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Rep. Mike Bost on the Craziness of Congress

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Rep. Mike Bost on the Craziness of Congress

"I dear Friends, we're more than that. We're more than colleagues in Congress. We've gotten to know each other. Very much our families and it's just good to have you on the show. We got a lot to talk about today. I mean, Congress is, have you seen it this crazy lately? You know, I've been reading the book reading a couple books that have come out recently. Everything from the dealing with Abe Lincoln, what he dealt with, and then also the clash between Adams and Jefferson. You know, I think we're maybe each time feels as bad as it is because you're living in it, at least I hope that's the case. If not, we're in a lot of trouble with as bad as it is right now. I think the idea of all the social media and the 24 hour news networks and the extremists on each side that it's more about fighting and having reason, you know what I mean?

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Marketing Your Self-Published Book With Awards

Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Marketing Your Self-Published Book With Awards

"So we're going to start out with number one awards programs now. This applies to some. Not all you probably saying. Hang on a second you just. You told me that. I'm going to do a book award now. The book awards could be my way of marketing. Absolutely believe it or not. There's a lot of book awards out. There that will showcase all of their winners on a site. They will share it across social media. Heck there's even some other marketing and promotional opportunities for instance. I've done a couple book awards where they've given me editorial reviews that could then use and other areas so that part was really kinda cool. You got to dig and sift through some of the awards to figure out what's going to be the best fit or you should get book award pro. I'm just going to go ahead. And just over that. Because i don't even have to think about it. I just leave them in charge of but the nice thing is you can sift through those book awards and see what you're you're gonna get for submitting. What could you get if you win. So moving forward number two remember. I mentioned editorial reviews whether it's going to be a place. You're going to go ahead. Showcase this on amazon author central. You're gonna want to showcase your award. Submissions or nominations. If you will and winnings if you've never done it before all you gotta do is just over. Two author central that's author dot amazon dot com. And you sign in with your katie p log in and such and you go to the specific book that you want to place it on now. Remember if you've got kendall paperback or hardcover you'd have three different listings. You're gonna wanna make sure you put all of your awards status on all three of those iterations it's not available yet for audio book There's other opportunities. We can do an audio book for for the most part if you want it. Put on a specific product page. Those three iterations are the way to go.

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"couple books" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Person who. I thought was really charming. A mom that we talked to. Dolores lucia who lucci susan britton a couple books like how to get a blow jobs how to get ahead in hollywood and i was chatting with her recently because at one point in time you know to make ends meet working in hollywood. She was made for dean martin. Ed so i mentioned to her. I've only got. Have you seen the nudes of dean. Martin jerry lewis dean martin and jerry lewis were like house and they took like publicity photos or something a gay bath how well. It was a men's bath house so who knows it. So there's a picture of them in the shower together you can see. They're they're sitting on our web out there. Sitting on a couch is like just hanging out. Smoking cigarettes naked with some other people to know men's nudity. Back in the fifties was much more casual than it would be today. You wouldn't see like people just hanging out naked in the shower but you know boys grew up showering together swimming in the nude all that kind of stuff so we have a different relationship to our bodies down than we did back then. Could they have been gay lovers who knows but she does mentioned in her book that he did talk about carey grant about like almost teary eyed talking about what gentlemen cary grant wise and dolores is kinda like wondering as i see coming out to me but she never really knew a really loved him to laura. She's a mom and she actually had a baby while she was part of the co cats copycats francisco. That slip was this accurate. Or yes and coke. Say the cats cats. the cats is a plan that we're coquette. Which is you know. Somebody plays coy. I'm sure back in the day. They were like oh those coke heads you know she lived with divine as a drag queen and one that i really thought was really fascinating. Was monique had just won. The oscar for playing I guess pressure on their mother a year or two before right. Yeah and i think we want our over..

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"couple books" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"We talked to dolores. Lucia who lucci susan written a couple books like how to get a blow jobs how to get ahead in hollywood and i was chatting with her recently because at one point in time you know to make ends meet working in hollywood. She was made for dean martin. And so i mentioned to her. I've only got. Have you seen the nudes of dean. Martin jerry lewis dean martin and jerry lewis. Were like at a bath house and they took like publicity photos or something a gay bath. How well it was a men's bath house so who knows it so there's a picture of them in the shower together you can see. They're they're sitting on our web out there. Sitting on a couch is like just hanging out. Smoking cigarettes naked with some other people to know men's nudity. Back in the fifties was much more casual than it would be today. You wouldn't see like people just hanging out naked in the shower but you know boys grew up showering together swimming in the nude all that kind of stuff so we have a different relationship to our bodies down than we did back then could they have been gay lovers who knows but she does mentioned in her book that he did talk about carey grant about like almost teary eyed talking about what gentlemen cary grant wise shoe and dolores is kinda like wondering as i see coming out to me but she never really knew a really loved him to laura she was wrong she is a mom and she actually had a baby while she was part of the co cats. Copycats the san francisco. Well that slip. Was this accurate yes. Yeah and co. cats say the cats cats. The cats is a plan that we're coquette. Which is you know. Somebody plays coy. I'm sure back in the day. They were like oh those coke heads you know she lived with divine as a drag queen and one that i really thought was really fascinating..

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"couple books" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I think that. I think she knows that with a gun. They can still a few a few dollars with a lie. They can still million juicy using her professional experiences with scams and schemes to write fiction about greed and often jokes that she can choose reliving her glory days by producing in hosting fbi retired case file review a true crime in history podcast where she interviewed retired. Fbi agents the high profile cases in careers based on her experiences. Fbi spokesperson also debunks misconceptions about the fbi in under contract at a technical as a technical consultant for major tv networks and production companies wanting to create authentic fbi drama in characteristics. A couple books there. And i really really appreciate her coming onto podcasts. We've had a great great conversation talking about obviously law enforcement getting more minorities in law enforcement to state of law enforcement if if there is any tension between law enforcement in fbi agents. Were gonna take a look at all that kind of stuff. So i had great great interview without further ado ladies. Gentlemen here is retired. Fbi agent host of fbi retired case file review. Podcast ladies and gentlemen was jerry williams. Thank you so much for coming. To capitol hunters podcast. I really really appreciate you coming on. appreciate you former. Fbi agent jerry. Williams thank you so much. Thank you for having me. This is This is exciting now to. It's an interesting time for policing and an america. Yeah yeah to say the least right. So i've been reaching out to Obviously a number of former law enforcement current for Law enforcement as well as other other people just to have you know really exciting conversation And i'm gonna give special shout out to my good friends over at the fruit loops pod. Because they were on another podcast that i listen to and they gave me a shot out. And they talked about What other podcasts. They listen to and they mentioned that they listened to your Podcast on so. I'm like okay. Well let me check this out and I checked it out. And i. I was very much impressed and I thought i'd reach out and and so here we are so thanks again for coming. You are the second. Fbi agent of former fbi. agent hat. On i had on larache qui- coy qui- quiet think then. I'm the third. Because i listened to your episode with michael german. Yes absolutely. you're gonna learn how to count. yes absolutely. I always forget about michael german. I actually reached out to him recently. he's going to try to come back on it. I know he's been so busy with this whole white premise. That type of thing. That's going on so definitely want to get into that with you but if you would for us just introduce yourself until the audience this a little bit about yourself. Yeah so again. Is jerry williams. I was in the fbi for twenty six years. I specialized in economic crime. Which are your fraud or ponzi..

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"couple books" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Had not pierce greg high. Manush it is greg epstein here and i'm finally getting chance to record voice memo for you. You asked me to catch you up on. What feels like an absolute lifetime. Since we talked everybody questioning everything rightly so about what it means to live in this country. What it means to be student what it means to be a person of faith or an atheist or humanist or what it means to be a chaplain or a critic of the tech industry. There really is a desperate call for support for people who are trying to figure out how to live meaningfully. In this time. I find myself having these conversations in my head every single day about. What does it mean to cope with a pandemic like this. A is our life ever going to be the same. Is this the fall of the american empire you should i radically reinvasion. My own future Should i radically re envision. My child's future chris. The answer's yes. Yes yes yes yes but you know. The specifics are really important in. So i've been thinking a lot about some writing. That i read a few years ago when i was zigzagging out of my work with my congregation where i was deciding to stop doing my congregational work. I read a couple books by an academic named william bridges who studied life. He died several years ago but His wife susan bridges now continues his work. That got an institute. The the william susan bridges institute where they studied life transition and essentially william bridges model is as follows. He analyzed data. Over decades of people experiencing life transitions and what he found was that a life transition begins not a new beginning like getting a new job or starting a new school or going back to school after a pandemic Life transition begins with an ending with a sense that something in your mind even if not in the external circumstances has come to a major endpoint. And you don't know what's next. And he then found that the most successful people in terms of getting to a sense of a new beginning after a major ending in their relationship or their career or their studies or their family or whatever. It was the people who did the best that getting to a sense of fulfilling and satisfying in meaningful new beginning. We're not the ones who move quickly from the end point to their next point but rather were the ones who allowed themselves an extended period of what bridges calls a neutral zone could be. Several months could be years of not knowing.

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"couple books" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"This cold poker gang series and things like that and he has a very specific philosophy about writing. Which is you you were right. One draft you turn off the the internal critic entirely you. Allow your brain to take the story wherever it's going to go. You can cycle back while you're writing as many times as you need to clean things up but once you hit the end that's it it's over it may get a sort of a typo cleaning pass. But that's it and he's very firm about this notion that you have to trust what you right and if you and if you keep second guessing what you right that that you're basically training your creative brain not to trust itself So it's so. I don't you know and i had a couple books recently. Where falling that. His sort of process really worked for me. I've had others where where it didn't but it is interesting that that even that notion of the first draft is is that Is that first draft this getting stuff out of yourself. So that you're more. Analytical brain can fix it or is that first draft the the true and genuine expression of the story. You're you're artistic. Self wants to tell their for you to it. That's the question i would say with my. We'll talk about me for a minute with my writing with my first draft that It is i. Don't change huge huge things in these. You know. I have things to fix. But the overall story i. I don't make switch scenes around or move chapters here and there anything like that once. I have that something to the end. That is the shape of the story for sure. So i guess i'm falling a little bit into his his way of thinking about it so it does get worked out in my head as i'm going. It's just that. I know at times that i've got. I've got to do some foreshadowing back there because i didn't really set this up and that sort of technical stuff that.

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"couple books" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

"And were so excited. You think about the other areas that you're alluding to here but just think about telemedicine telehealth whatever you wanna call it remote patient monitoring and just think about the benefits to health. Care that all this is going to bring but one thing i'd like to go back to is a you know you you hit q. Three you're getting super traction. I'm not gonna mention the number you mentioned in one of our previous discussions but you had an you know a multiple x times growth. You said it was like having you know x. Number of years of business development and two quarters which is and you're again still very involved in all the selling but you did have you bring on Jim surrey. The started a sales team. You re able to expand other parts of your team and now. I'm just excited for you. That you're on really solid footing and with something that in. It's so deservedly. So i mean everybody's a winner in this. The patients the winter the doctor. The nurses the the med tech company. And then the hospital. The med tech company's paying for this but the hospital saves money and has a good outcome. it's just terrific. The i mean that's what we're going for. Raid is in delivering value to all of the stakeholders the most of the day the bishopric convertable accident our guiding motto. Everything we do is build a product delivery and serve as as as if it were you know your loved one that was on the table will. Would you want to happen while they were able in the room exactly as a ceo. This is a great story. I think because it's from the back of the napkin to commercialization. You don't see a lot of ceos that are founders of a company actually make it to commercialization because either too technologically oriented or they have some other weakness and if they don't know at the board knows that a change has to take place so i i just think it's great that you took it from the napkin to commercialization. It's a great story. What advice do you have for other. Ceo's in your particular situation that are you know they started with that. You know back of the napkin. Business design and they're on. The cusp of commercialisation would advice. Do you have a say patients as much as possible at cam on absolutely not a patient person but i am glad that continued persisting even through some of the united states the darker times were worried about one demarco. Murray too early so they actually have. Patients I would say take advantage of this much capital raising as you can through grants and the best thing about being in the healthcare space is there is access to so much research funding. They you get to help rake your next market. And then the last thing i say. Is you know. Keep doing customer discovering every day so the last year anything is at the market involves really quickly. So what navy happening one day. Maybe totally different next day the next week for next month and at the end of the day if you're delivering a product that creates value for your customers. You know. everything's gone. Every everything i i do. Think we'll turn out and sell but you have to keep listening to your customer is and what they need. What works for them to make. Sure you're still offering you right. Do you have any business heroes. Yeah i should have. I should have prepped. You for that one. I'm sorry i didn't you should have. I'm trying to think of caught my hat i i. I haven't number of people that i really look to you. Know as mentors and as advisors. I'm not sure enough authors. Anyone on in particular that i would So let me come back to you on that one and we segment later. Sure and then the other thing. I wanted to ask and i should have prepped. On this is is. Is there a particular book or a couple books that you if if somebody's asking you. Hey which i read about being in the c. suite or about being in a startup or whatever. Are there any books that you always recommend so for. Start ups you know. The hard thing is offered things. This is a favorite of mine. The hard thing about hard things. Yeah title well. I will look it up. And it'll be in the show notes for people to refer to so i'd not heard of that one. Okay the hard thing about hard things and all about the really early days of building the e Learned so that's probably my favorite must enjoyable up business. Buffet recommended release date on news. And then there is another books. that is The author. I want to say it is as easy to read but it is. Extraordinarily sports is called venture deals by all And it's you know how to be smarter than your venture capitalist lawyer and really nice job of explaining the different terms on the venture capital financing. 's and i think it's extraordinarily useful on an ongoing restaurants for any entrepreneur that lost raise outside to have a book that's on their bookshop. And what made you entrepreneurial. What do you think you know. Gave you the entrepreneurs.

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

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"This year and possible season fourteen. Come over to a podcast org slash telegram and say hello. We'll be in there. I mean we're not going anywhere for christmas all we know. And it's it's generally friendly place and we talk about all manner of stuff whether it's te- biscuits and sometimes yeah. Yeah so sanctuary much. Everyone we might see you again next year

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"couple books" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sits big game special on 77 W A. B C. Now, here's your host Sid Rosenberg back here in six big game special on this special Sunday afternoon. And I do miss hanging out at the site of the Super Bowl. Of course, Today's game later on, we'll be in Tampa Bay, sitting on radio roll all week long Seeing all the former athletes and Celebrities and all those folks walking around one of the guys, I have to tell you. That is a scream every year. I'm a huge fan of this guy. Huge fan. Brilliant impression is great Comedian Frank Callie Endo and Frank is Instagram Page. I go there every couple of days and he still makes me laugh. He did something after the inauguration. What he actually did The voices of the three presidents that were there that day Obama, Clinton and Bush, and to say it was brilliant would be an understatement. That's how good Frank is. And here he is. On this special big game broadcast my friend Frank. Callie Endo. Hello, Frankie. Next time. I'm gonna need a better intro, man. That's just a still live up to my standards. You would build me up production on the great. Oh, funny. You're not still winning those tackle twill shirts of professional people with your name on the back. Are you where you hope that I wasn't gonna remember some of this stuff? That is funny, I I was telling somebody just yesterday, I said You know, I used to wear on Lee said Rosenberg show T shirts in Miami. Now I'm a big Stone New Yorker where Joseph Abboud suits I look like a million bucks. But in Miami, that's all I would wear. And you were one of the guys that actually Uh, comment that very few people put their own name on the back of professional jersey. E mean, That's something that maybe in a dream somebody like you. You know, in your dream, your name is on it. But you made it happen like you. What did you have, like a friend who ran a shock and, uh, you could get a discount because they get only he could see you just Yeah. Could I get a couple of good A couple books off for this? That's what I want to meet here. Uh, give me a couple dollars off. Uh, Really think a brilliant choice as a, uh, get up. Put put an exclamation point after the G. Could you do that for me? It was pretty good. Well, you actually said to me, Frank, this a couple of days ago that in the spirit of Sid Rosenberg, you to now have found a way to get your name. But some of your own merchandise. Is that true? You know, old merchandise, But you know, I've got full Italian. Nowadays. I've got velour track studio with my initials and last name of the bag, mostly because of my brother. Christmas alleys for Christmas. And like this is the greatest pieces article of clothing I have had. And then he sent me three more subject Walker outgoing A which, but he can't get cheese. Chicago Whatever. Go to meet. Well, that yourself, You know, that smell was like the chief spa fee it, Frankie. You can't get rid bottle. You can't get any of it without going through me. But why you so angry because your people looking for me Ricky, That's why. Well, what do you bring that up? Because I've become very friendly with a guy named William to Mayo. Frank Caliendo. He is the writer, creator and star of an Amazon prime series. It's titled Gravesend. It's kind of like The Sopranos, but it's in Brooklyn. It's in the graves and section of Brooklyn and well long story short. They had four episodes on Amazon Prime last year. Now they're shooting season 25 episodes in Miami, five in Brooklyn. And believe it or not, I make my acting debut. I mean, Andrew, Dice Clay, Armand Assante, William Foresight, some pretty big actors and I play one of those guys who in fact wears Brooklyn brand. The Lord suits like you're talking about. I'm living. I'm jealous. It is at the, uh, not gonna have to do a crappy impression of you in an Amazon series of this, like big that's like, you know, that's my worst nightmare that I will Sid Rosenberg velour track suit to try and sell picked Ox. Hey, Gonna believe this? Well, it's coming. It's coming, Frank, get ready. I mean, you could only You could only do the the former president so long. But I will tell you that that unity thing you did last week after the inauguration with and I brought it up with being in the conversation. It was It was fantastic. You're Clinton. Yes, that was genius. Yes, the hard thing that had been broken up by, uh, like this. Uh, things comfort little increments, But with five It's really it doesn't articulate words. So you ever right? Uh, you were working on a word processor. And you realize you didn't press the space bar off in between words. That's what Joe Biden talks like A like a bubble would always say every single word. Let me be clear. That is what this is all about, right? He didn't like that. Bides like left the currents. Winds are back. What did you just say? Come on, man. We were done in her. Oh, yeah, There's tutus advisers. There's the speech bite, which is the quiet, soft light. I'm sorry. There's the conversation fights that there's the speech Biden, which is that? You know they were sure you know, can't nobody's really unlock it. That's the problem, though. With the Depression is somebody lock it completely. And I've had it happen A couple times. I just can't Can't narrow it and get it working all the time. But that's why you see so like everybody watches Donald Trump, but that you know, they start doing another person. Another person that's very, very good at a lot of people have tried to figure it out. Everybody did Bush. You go back. That wasn't even Asian Bloc just slow at the beginning and speed up the stuff. Uh, find out with their cases. Are you working on it? Uh, but I've got to get back for audiences to see what works for the office stuff to craft the jokes around. It's tough fight stuff. So right, But But what do you doing that now? Because I have a lot of friends like you that are comedians. Although I will go on record down, saying they're not as good as you. There are my friends, and I just couldn't you But they're not really working these days. The comedy clubs were closed and, you know, they do a lot of stuff. Like you said on Tic Tac and instagram and that type of thing, But then exactly raking in the big bucks these days. How does Frank Callie Endo make big money these days? Well, I don't. But that's why I saved millions that Z. What money, But that's not even a joke. That's real. That's real. Somebody's doing. Think, uh, escape like Like this was actually a tic tac, which have poured myself on a completely but they're talking about you make money doing impressions in the voice of the world, and, uh, They do think culture. It's out there where you take the five seconds of their thinking that you put your thing afterwards and take that stitch where they say You can't make any money doing impressions and they go through my cool. Go. Hold on. Let me turn off my waterfall so you could hear, make Yeah. I mean, it might. My journey's been pretty great. I've got lucky, you know? This. I was gonna sports impression. Very few people were doing right. What's impressions now? It's kind of Ah, lot of people take it onto that J. Moore was doing that early, too. Hey, did a lot of people. That Majesty. He didn't pigeonhole himself as badly as I did Crappy anyway. Wasn't it again? It wasn't very good was crappy like yours or yours A great I mean, it's ironic we're getting ready to watch the Buccaneers play the chief's later on this afternoon. Frank and Your one of your great impressions was the last fucking your coach to get to a Super Bowl and win a Super Bowl 18 years ago, And that is the current coach of the Oakland Raiders. Jon Gruden. You've been doing him forever. And now the Buccaneers, you're back in the Super Bowl. Tell you what a nice to coach that we play with. Have a quarterback survive, But we don't even need a quarterback at the time. You know, way. Just played hard. Don't football banter. Run it up. The gut guys asked. Went necessary. I'm gonna need about 12% fixed with their cars. Uh, yeah, I texted Bruce Arian because I've got a charity is for him to charity work. Success like that. I texted him the devil if you ever speak to do it, But we're losing the booze, baby. That's all. Talk about Derek and I texted him. Uh, you know. Congratulations. That's job, Daddy. You did a great job. Super Bowl going when it think it happened. And, uh, got his text back was thanks, man. And, uh, give me a thumbs up. Oh, gee, and then a crown drug glass. Let's not talk about that and making it what it is with food, baby. The other one you always did for a long time, which he did. Actually, my show's down in Miami. I still have to this day Frank from one of those Super Bowls that we hung out together. I've got rejoins. With Jon Gruden saying my name. I've got.

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"couple books" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"I've only tested in a real game once and it worked well except i forgot to make an option to allow players to declare bankruptcy so sadly with deemed to play for an eternity. But isn't that how ol- monopoly games go anyway. This because this is not only playing games during the event but also developing something new during the event excellent is yes and in forbes emailed us in episode thirty six. You asked us how people been filling their time after the event as in sweden. We're not in strict lockdown but staggered shifts have been introduced at work to minimize staff interaction following a small outbreak. How do i counter the existential angst. Mainly talisman digital version among us and tabletop simulates on weekends and during the week. The great courses audiobooks. These books are often sixteen plus hours lungs. He get a value of your credit. So far i've taken courses in biology human behavior eastern religion and russian history. I should be able to crush the rest of the family attorney. Said regress mister fantastic. Very good. graham ashton emailed us. I too have been focused on decluttering recently and have many things to photograph. Describe and take to the post office. I also have a spreadsheet of things sold and cash recouped very motivating. The main reason i'm emailing is that i'd love to know what you've discovered about. Cheap and responsible packaging allen any tips so every time something arrives at shape e in a combo box i keep the couple books i reuse couple books all the time. And if you come into my kitchen along the top above all the The shelving the will the kitchen stuff goes in. There's just lines and lines of couple boxes Because i would way rather reuse existing covered kabul boxes and res the packaging then create something new. So that's that's my thing. Is i keep them. And it makes my kitchen look a bit cluttered if your eyes go above six four but if you keep your eyes six and don't live derise looks fine. It's fine nobody cares but yeah there are a whole litter boxes in my kitchen. That i reuse. That's why and finally dave parker emmaus greetings from canadia. I tried the roast potatoes and they were hit thank you. I thought i'd share my lennox project as a chiropractor. I was forced to close shop for six weeks back in april may so i did a come online love project. I can never find lennox music player. Who's playlist because easily be shared with an android player. So i made one. It's a bash script that extensively uses yet yet another dialogue and employees apologies for the unschooled. Coating this is also fantastic. It's so many buttons like his show script and you've created something. I approve of this completely. It's fantastic yes. We'll have some links in the show notes to dave's project it's called yet player. And that's all of your feedback for this week and indeed this year and that's all for episode forty. We made it guys who took two years. It's time right. Well thank you everyone for listening all year. It's been lovely to hear from you. Have all your feedback. Lovely to chat with you all in telegram again. If.

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Evan King on facing a career crossroads

The Tennis.com Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Evan King on facing a career crossroads

"Hey tennis dot com podcast listeners. This is another amazing episode of the tennis. Dot com podcast. I'm your host nina pantic. I'll be joined in this episode by irena family as well as our special guest. Evan king. evan is a twenty eight year old chicago native who is currently ranked outside of the top. Four hundred in singles and just outside the top one hundred doubles. His current situation has led him to crossroads on deciding whether or not to pursue doubles only and leave a singles career behind after being ranked inside the top. Two hundred a couple years ago. He tells us what the twenty twenty season has been like for him and why he's not planning any event in europe or even the challenges in the us as he battles with what he calls an identity crisis. We caught up with him while. He's in austin where he moved to an airbnb for a little change of scenery. It really makes sense as we get to learn that this guy who embraces the nomad lifestyle and enjoys seeing new places from mexico to pakistan to china to everywhere in between so without further. Ado our chat with evan king art f in king. Welcome to the show. It is awesome to catch up with you hide in no dumb doing well preceding of mu on so we want to ask you where in the world you are for those not watching. You have a very interesting setup in your room. And where in the world are you currently in airbnb in austin texas of got here at the beginning of the month and yes you can see on under a bed on the bottom part of a bunk bed right now. That only has a top and two other guys. Here migrate lakey buddies from michigan. And i was the last person in the house. So i ended up with this room with the upper bunk died and i did not really wanna sleep up there because honestly appear in the middle of the night i gotta go down you going down the ladder by get like my head. My hit the top. You have all this cushion it inside. Put the mattress on the floor so it was kind of my set up the next like monkfish. So it's cool though so you pretty much just decided on austin because it was. It was literally dislike a new city. That i haven't really explored none of us really explored so i was playing a bunch of little exhibition matches saddlebrook out there with mike ready in than that ended in both had nothing to do his lisa ended. And then i'll song to one of my great friends from michigan and she lives in new york and he's working remotely till next summer in like the same kind of boats so we were talking about like lincoln up somewhere in those perfect. 'cause i admire silverlake china's my buddy you out so yeah. We landed in austin like honestly. My vote was west. Because i haven't spent the decent amount of time west like in my life about a pretty cool in all these amount of people out there but i mean everybody raves about austin this a great first impression on these pretty outdoor active city. It's been cool So yeah we. We ended up in austin and actually got kinda lucky. 'cause there's a money term next week here too so i get to like hopefully pay for the airbnb that way. You're getting to do stuff that you probably would not have imagined you're doing this year but you're still training and practicing and competing. Yeah it's it's such a weird balance. Because i was thinking about it before i went to austin. I don't think i've spent that long time in the same time zone. 'cause either in florida west virginia from march until the end of september. Like since probably young junior tennis. So it's like very very slow down gone through different phases of of things to keep my mind occupied. Keep my by occupied. Go through like little waves of being motivated not motivated so gotta stay in shape regardless plans score so not think for the most part of ghana pretty good balance but yet super weird. Have you picked up any new hobbies and stuff like that. You talk about being entertained off court and stuff like that so Started a couple books. That i haven't finished There's a koby Biography not abide a biography on him. That started in another one. And it's not a new hobby. But like i'm really interact battles. It's like the most random thing. So i will go on just sprees of dislike watching rap battles and it really entertains me. Because i was like either crazy disrespectful. Or they're just like crazy creative like how they dislike mess look at english language like pick it apart and stuff now knows kind of cool so i think that's what i'm currently into right now but honestly we have this conversation next week among change.

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Interview with Amy Dresner

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Amy Dresner

"I'm your host Angela Pugh we are recording in my home away from home. Sunny. Hollywood California although it's not very sunny yet it looks like. It's getting there our guest today I'm so excited about this. I just met amy she's fantastic. She's so much fun Amy Dresner. She's a former professional stand up comic and she has this fabulous book. I can't wait to read called my fair junkie a memoir of getting dirty and staying clean and that is available on audiobook to which I just found out, which is my favorite. So I will definitely be getting it as soon as we are done with this podcast. So Amy, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here I. Thanks for having me. I'm really awesome to meet you in person. I'm glad. Yeah Right. God. You're not glad you're here and I'm not doing this podcast by myself. So I was thinking with your personality, you should have a podcast of God. And everyone has a podcast. I'm time for a podcast You know I'm doing a lot of book promotion and a lot of podcast like yours people people other writers are like teasing me. They're like, are you on a podcast? Thirty it's embarrassing. So I actually made a meam of Colonel Puff Puff my cat going up you're on another podcast for your book please tell me more. So, what other stuff have you been doing promoting the book? Not Just Interviews readings I did a couple book fairs Best places for people to find your book. I'd say Amazon, it's Barnes and noble online. It's on target online nice but Barnes and noble in stores online everyone seems to be buying on Amazon. It's on india-bound. It's on fit? Amazon. Is probably going to own the world pretty soon. If they keep doing same day delivery like I will never leave my house to shop again. Yeah. That was the problem I think with the book. was them trying to push for a pre sales like addicts don't want deferred gratification? You know what I mean. So there I am like pushing. preorder book is like three months away and everyone's like No like they want. Order Yeah you know addicts one instant gratification me with audiobook. There you go. That's says they've never has never seen something like that. With my book, they've seen a one to one ratio of the paper of the of the hardcover audiobook. Me On a podcast and they downloaded immediately. Yes. The. Other part of it is audio. We were talking about this a little bit before we started recording audio is so easy because I can hit play on my phone and I can walk out of my house in it'll play I walk in the House it POPs up on my Bluetooth. Speaker. When I get in my car pops up on my car you're very electronically organized not I I'm I'm Ju Yeah I'm not tech people in general. Speaking for myself not other Jews. We're not that great at that's up except when I was a tweaker I had a little I had some good stuff it'll. Yeah and I was good at taking apart electric's. Fixing them just taking them apart in. Do you really need to fix them once? and. Now I'M GONNA go for a series deal based on the book, which is Super Super Exciting. Okay. What will that look like eyebrow? Oh come on as a little something. Okay. It's based on the book correct. So So based on a true story. Yeah. It's based on the book and I really want the opportunity to be involved in in the writing and I really want the opportunity to do a TV show that shows. Addiction. How it really is Not just these destructive monsters that were sensitive and needy and that we you know it's not celebrity rehab wherever was puking in garbage cans and fighting, and you know that's a part of it but it's like you I don't think there's been I've been I've been watching Patrick Melrose. I can't watch like I'm trying to watch at one of my good girlfriends. Told me about it she is hooked and I. Watch it but here it's so hard for me because of the needles like there's go to in the beginning. Yeah. When I when I started it and the first thing was a Syringe, my heart was like. Were you an IV drug user I? Well, I, was in such a chick was and I still have like of lick a visceral reaction needles and we spend maybe fifteen years since I've shot drugs right But my I have a weird sort of like it's like excitement and kind of repulsion nausea at the same time. But my body remembers I. See it my body goes crew. Is Wife's up wanting watching intervention because that's why I stopped it stopped it was to actually what triggering me freaking me out to show. She told me about that show and I started watching those are the that goes away that's beginning Kelly I can't watch this why I stopped watching out beginning it goes later it becomes more about is abusive childcare becomes. Because this is part. Don't tell me one TV show. That that really shows addiction the way it

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"couple books" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"couple books" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And you went on. The price is right here because here's what happens and we overlook this. A lot of folks who overlooked this every single day. You're looking at your big balance. You getting all excited, but you have to realize that about 30% of that money's going to be lost to taxes when you retire. Greg the tax deferred accounts, All you're doing is kicking the can down the road into the future, and then having to watch your account balance is increase. And as your account balance is increase, So does your future tax and in coach if you ask 99 out of 100, people of taxes are going to go up in the future. We're going to say, Of course they are. Esso. I mean, but But if there was a way where you could have money come in for retirement, that you'd never have to pay tax on what you want to know about it, Andy folks, it's exists. It's called the Roth IRA. Steve. They're underutilized, and it's it's it's embarrassed. It's a national embarrassment. Really, because we all are just behaving like Congress. We're kicking the can down the road. We're building a dead up to ourself a future taxation debt, which is going to be gigantic. And if you look at our national debt, it's getting bigger, bigger. So, like Greg said, taxes going up, But there's a way for you to pay taxes today, putting money put the money away Half the growth and the money you put away today and all the money grows, too. Come out tax free in the future. If you follow their very simple rules in the Roth IRA, my next book that I'm writing right now, I've got a couple books of writing. But the book that pop the retirement Cork and Matthew Money's coming out both of those, but the next book's going to feature the right way to save money and get money out tax. Freon retirement. Very, very important. Yeah, Absolutely. So, folks, let me come to give this offer, though. I want to make sure that people understand that we're here to help you and like we've gone over some of these questions you've asked today, Steve. A lot of people don't realize the answers are right in front of those, and they're good answers. If you asked the right question, the problem these days is we don't know what question asked our adviser. Therefore, we're getting the wrong answers. And the adviser is not clarifying your question because they don't want to give you the right answer a lot of times because they're not true Fiduciaries. We are a fiduciary planning firm. We have never had a complaint in 26 years, which is amazing. I'm not going because someone's gonna complain about my voice or something Voice but never complain about my books, either eight books that have written But if you are with the next 20 people call will follow a three step process create a comprehensive financial retirement plan that aligns with your financial in retirement goals and your values. Now, first we're going to understand what money means to you and how it fits into your life. Then we're going to organize your finances. So you have a crystal clear picture. Of where you currently stand. That's the most important thing, And that's the most over. Good things figured out where you really are right now. Next, we're going to talk about your retirement goals. What do you short, medium and long term goals. And what do your dreams let's see if we can fulfill those dreams? And then we'll work together to clarify your goals and dreams to the crystal clear, intangible and finally, we're going to create an actual step process to get you on the path towards financial independence. We call it a proprietary financial green print strategy. Folks. We've seen others charge over $1000 for this. But if.

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Parents who want schools reopened risk putting themselves before their kids

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Parents who want schools reopened risk putting themselves before their kids

"Sociologist and professor of education and public policy at U. C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Education. Hey, is an authorities written a couple books, standardized childhood and organizing locally. Speaking of books, Bruce, are you going? I know you're in the midst of your writing another book, but it's not on this top topic. Isn't this really something that someone should be writing a book on? Oh, for sure, It's Ah, It's a right area for Her research and lay foundations and others. You're trying to get some research up on going to really document In part, the inequalities that had built in the online instruction You know, before we talk to talk about that I do want to talk about the inequalities because I know you've done a lot of work on that and and you know, it's hard for me. I really identify why don't but I would like to identify with inner city kids who parents who have a really difficult time. I understand. I'm very fortunate in that regard, but others are less fortunate, and they have a lot of issues that they're facing. But talk a little bit about what you've done. Commented on in some of these pieces about the attention to child care, academic supervision for low income families and how the unhappiness and anxiety of parents will in fact, maybe Permanently. Hurt the development of kids. Well, I think is all parents know, Alan. Our kids are super sensitive to the stress and anxiety in the home. Especially younger kids say through fourth or fifth grade, but even adolescence or hyper sensitive to how they're parents you're doing you know whether In a one parent's divorce when parents with childcare arrangements cancels their job. Congress is deadlocked over unemployment protection. So in time of benefits, maybe running out in the next couple weeks on the problem is that the stress, of course, is most intense and working class. Household so Not only do we have kids that are trying to figure out what to do during the day and how detective teachers but we have terrorists under You know, suffering enormous anxiety and pressure. Some have to get to work to risk their own health. Some as we've seen in the papers, some get Corona virus come home sick. And then and then have to lose their jobs. And all those stressors buildup and that really set skins back emotionally and socially and They start to turn off start employing from online instruction. So I mean, this agreement is nice. It's it's better than the spring, but it doesn't provide child care for parents. It doesn't provide relief for parents who need to get back to their jobs. And it's a deeper structural problems facing blue calling parents especially They're really going to start to drag down kids on Dwyane achievement gaps and social developmental disparities. Yeah, I was going to ask you about that. But I mean, if this continues throughout the year How many kids are going to need to repeat this year? How many kids are goingto possibly need to repeat the year before? I mean, this is his going there. It seems like this is good. This might be a massive problem. A lot, And that's why I think we've got a experiment in small charters or small private schools carried to see how we get out of this hole because You know better off families. Khun can finance learning pods they can hire college students is tutors, but You called her parents trying to get back to the mechanic jobs or they're nursing assistant jobs. These air folks who don't have many options, and if their kids falsehoods and certainly behind, it's going to close off college opportunities are not able to graduate from high school. So I'm sympathetic with the unions who want to be super cautious about Teacher's going back to school. But the costs are going to be mounting for the families and kids, and we've got a way that I think more heavily than we have in recent months. And what about socialization? What can we do? In order to try and avoid some of the detrimental effects that we know occur when kids don't have for especially younger ones. You know, I know, For instance, my kids they really haven't had a whole lot of play dates of Fanny. They haven't been able to socialize. It's got to have an impact. What do we do? Oh, yeah. And I think that's what this learning pot idea. Alan is picking up speed. It's it's going to create inequalities, but you got to sympathize. With parents like yourself. Who's kids? They're just not They're not making any friendships. They're not working. You know, morning howto work out problems with their peers. They're not enjoying the joy of, you know, being in school out in the playground. And that lack of emotional support and Emotional wonder Munch. You know that that's so much part of childhood and that's goingto Nita mounting disparities as well. So I think we have to find ways of expanding our pods hanging out with our cousins, You know, figuring out who's been Most unhealthy for a number of weeks and then trying to engineer these get togethers for kids because All learning is built upon a strong emotional base. If that starts to crack its biggest section on kids running on the society as a whole

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Interview With Steve Gorman

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Steve Gorman

"All right. It's attorney trunk I gotTa Tell, you. I get so many rock auto biography sent my way, and some of them are good. Some of them not so good. Some of them. I start reading I, put down Mike I'm good with that, and this one was as they say in the business, the proverbial page Turner, I was absolutely riveted by this book I. Loved It from start to finish. I couldn't put it down. Down I know it's been out for a little bit but you can always get the word out. Still this book is called hard to handle the life and death of the Black Crowes and it is written by the Black Crowes Drummer. Steve. Gorman who joins me right now Steve Pleasure to talk to you. Thanks for taking the time to do this. You know I find that. Promote books real hard like the first couple of weeks that they're out, and then some people get around to reading them late like I do. So it never hurts to give it another spin. So I appreciate you taking the time. Oh. Man. No worries. Thank you I. I, never looked at it as a You know it's not a single for radio. You know what I mean I. I don't know when I don't have my second book started yet. But not exactly like I'm hurrying through this. What now this? I. Think I got one book in May and this is it. So I'll be talking about for a while. Well, you had told me just before we started rolling the recording here that this book when you actually wrote, it was originally more than double the amount of patients that came out. Close to three times, actually, it was Well, I guess the three fifty and I turned in just under nine fifty. So yeah, two and a half times at least. And it. Was it was it was it was great. 'cause I my deadline Halloween of eighteen and I turned it in on that day. Not One day soon and I sent it in for the publisher and he wrote back immediately like how man great work you did. It congratulations. That's awesome and ten minutes later after it open, the file is next email was what the fuck is this. What's wrong with you? What are you crazy like I didn't think about things like this. For example, the cost of printing a nine hundred page book. He goes. What do you want to sell a book for eighty dollars and I was like oh? Yeah. That's how this work. It's not unlike record. Basically, I wrote a triple album out of the gate and he was like, yeah, too much too much. Well, you could have done. Well, here's the thing for me like you. So hearing that is having done a couple books myself. Not An autobiography I'm still working on that, but having done a few I know about that editing process and it could be agonizing as an author because you feel like everything you put in, there is really good and should be included and is a big part of the story. So did you leave it to them to do the tough cuts or did you have to dig into it and really do some self editing? Well Eddie to that point. I. Believe I'm the first person who said this is nine hundred and fifty pages of pure gold. Yeah Now, we'll see that's my partner. Steven Hyden the simplest way to describe what he did. With I. I wrote the songs and he produced the album and what I mean by that, we got together ahead of time and we just established the timelines together like I. We talked it through. I have a very linear chronological memory and we started with me moving to Atlanta and he just led me like breadcrumbs through the whole story and we. It was just conversations where we recorded by cowling of the the art like this happened this, the the met them and. So I had. So we put together like forty chapters of my my audio breadcrumbs for me to venues to go right the story, keep me on a on a linear path in writing. And so that was hugely important and then, but I went I wasn't wrote the thing, and then when it was all said and done as I was finishing chapters, I'd son the Stephen. and. He was aware of the fact as I was writing it this way longer than anybody's expecting and probably longer than any was gonNA. WanNa publish. So in his mind, he was I think already. Paying attention to the overall narrative arc and looking at things that don't necessarily move the story along, they might be funny or they might be crazy, but they don't. Keep the momentum going. So he had a really good overview from the minute I finished already in his head of what he thought could probably come out if need be and that was hugely important for me because when they told me go away and edit it you know the editor said I'm not gonNA edit this. You'll hate me why you guys gotTA. GotTa take the first path and so Steven Hyden was huge and that because he was able to speak to me talking me off of my perch of, but this is a blockbuster brilliant book. You know and he said, no, hang on the pitch stories are great. But four of them are all of similar. You know what? I mean. They're telling the same. In the grand scheme of things, you're kinda repeating themes and the reader doesn't need the readers. You know, give the reader credit. They know who the characters are real soon and they get your humor they get. Stuff deprecating, you don't have to keep going to those wells, blah blah blah, but he was instrumental in making me see. Where we go and I mean, it could have been edited a million different ways. But we came to this one really pretty quickly. You know I mean within a month or two. We had basically what you're reading, and then it was a matter of just the copy editing, which is where you pick every sentence apart. Make sure that the ten. Grammar. Jerk. You know I'm a real nerd for that stuff. So I I actually enjoyed. Tearing, apart, my own stream of consciousness writing and making sure the verb tenses. All matched up and all that kind of stuff.

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"couple books" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Dot orgy couple books written lessons from armed America with Kathy Jackson forward by Mossad are you the lessons from unarmed America with rob Vickers for about Ted Nugent the third one here is grilling while armed but I kinda like the euro I really do it's the visual against me you know with a chef's hat and everything it got across the wrong whether we're we're really work around the grill well do the small of back Kerry you know or something but then if I do that somebody could sneak up on me really that's a great title for a book would you mind just tell talk into it just for just a minute to about about grilling while armed that sounds very intriguing I appreciate the opportunity to do it it's a it's a lot of labor of love is how it came about I know huge barbecue aficionado eyes if you ask my wife if I have any more girls around here she's in a really upset but I cook I'm a purist I cooked over wood I could go over fire I cooked over coals I believe that I can tell you how to start a gas grill to me that's just out of an outside the old man called me over wood fires that's what we do advise has everything from small little twenty six which would be our twenty eighteen twelve hours all the way up to my gigantic huge bilang barbecue smoker that looks like a train and I love the fact that I was given a barbecue recipe up on the air Bob Donnan number of years ago and I had a firearms expert with me loaded firearms expert Georgia was on there looking after I gave my but barbecue recipe out Georgina portlets are classic American barbecue I'm here in the Carolinas and you know I'm a good firearms were on your hip is a classic would be a Smith and Wesson six twenty nine or whatever model you attached to it and grilling while arm was born so in the cookbook while liberals like to pair fine wines with food food food U. K. a bunch more don't get a lot of heat we care good bye mereka barbecue recipes some of my favorite with a great fire arm and we paired up to match the Terry in growing markets the best work we've ever done it's it's doing really well you can get a copy on Amazon or anywhere else that you like if you want a signed copy you can email me at market on the market radio dot org at my website and when that happens just on topic well that's fantastic well armed I love that and then that's that's really interesting lessons from armed American lessons from unarmed America mmhm this is a little primer here we got a couple miles teller but about yeah why backing up two thousand two I used a firearm Jonathan my life my daughter was two weeks on I was living in Tampa Florida at the time yeah on my way to work in the morning individuals pulled out in front of the lows approaching the traffic light at an intersection on my way to work about six thirty in the morning two guys got out of the palm turned their attention toward the vehicle off my front left bumper trying to get in that vehicle were trying to break in that vehicle the woman was in a panic identifier obviously that that are much more seats available by fire are not sitting on my lap when the individual who had warned me when he got out of his car that I was next in the section of the words he turned his attention towards me and I love a bonfire about an opinion shield over the steering wheel and it stopped the action immediately against me and that other woman sending them on their way and that was down on the outside of her life changing incident to say the least and I later that would become a story for concealed carry magazine a couple of years later and I began running that magazines value right in that magazine column for approximately fourteen years and that later in volume turned into the radio program and so forth over all these years so lessons from armed American became pardon some of my columns are put together in a book then I got together with Mister rob Pincus and we wrote lessons from on our network but what we do differently as stories of true crime are nothing new I took storage very compelling stories of individuals who had wished to have a firearm they needed it and then change trainer came behind in the first book it's Kathy Jackson and analyzed what was the worst moment of someone's life would be to write what did they do wrong how could we have avoided this and we did the same thing with lessons from monarchy mereka except we took stories of individuals who wish they were armed and warns that the worst moment of their lives will be broken down and analysed by coloring those book I gotta give a hats off that's really tough to do to go in and analyze somebody's actions at that worst moment in their lives and and all of the people who wrote about was very was which is great with that and and the only question when we come back on the inside is for a gives the lowdown on lessons from our north.

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"couple books" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"We're one hundred eighty thousand titles to choose from on your iphone android kindle or MP three player if i were to recommend a couple books that are on my shelf out loud.

"couple books" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Close are they getting tortured and if they don't find it. what will you do with that then I will you stop although they say well there's gonna be a junior the large hadron collider looking for the higs boatswain particle the god particle haven't they found it or gotten close to a David it is that's what is referring to is the god particle I think that was the title of the book and I think that's a good business you Leon Lederman possibly. that that calling that name the god particle which I think is a little bit overblown maybe call people think in down the wrong line certainly very important particle but exposing has been has been found yes the large hadron collider hasn't yeah exactly as it was still looking for you know to the city's properties what is it. well it's it's it's it's a it is a it is a bows on which is a type of particle there are two fundamental types of particles mailings and those arms and this happens to be of this particular class the the the bows on the force carrying particles and it is responsible we believe for format because it's it's with what actually gets things Massey generates a field out of which mass emerges so it's a fault is a very important part is the missing piece of the puzzle the goal standard model so it's the last Baltic we were looking for to fill in this picture that we already understood and now we're looking for other particles that we know must exist that go beyond the standard model. so tell us how you tied consciousness in the universal aspects. I wish I could answer that it right a couple books about this you have good ones too this is an physics which which tries to give my views of what consciousness is a more happens after death and I'm not kind of thing it's very difficult to know because it has to be some interaction between the two this is of course a talk about the interaction between consciousness or observe a ship and reality through quantum mechanics so the results of the link we already know about but in a in a broader sense I don't know his mind a separate thing from matter they always have to depend on master for existence or is it is it is this is something we can float above it all as it were I don't I don't know when to be quite honest I think it's a field out there I think I think mind or or consciousness is a field on the we tap into that somehow but I have no I have no data so age is just pure speculation but I think in mind is out that as it were and if that is a primitive of the universe. let's go to court Elaine Idaho Jason's with us welcome to the program chase and thanks for calling. thank you really interesting to listen to your doctor and I appreciate all your all your knowledge I had a question originally when I very first started listening to you but. after losing a little bit longer to curse me you might know not know the gentleman I'm referring to doctor wall one bird. what's his name again chase. Dr wall or number either the author or co author of the electric universe yeah okay I I'm I'm not familiar with the name but but go ahead. okay well. contrary to what so many people of that believes yeah they they you know started taking Einstein as fact you know the L. he literally said at the very beginning the theory of relativity his in fact the. and not proven facts and everything the doctor walked Lawrenceburg has discussed over the past many years actually it in the long in conjunction with plaza mall was just over the past century and a half. shows that we actually live in a universe that is highly electrical and most of creation of planets ways and you know what we try to do defined by gravity is more readily and athlete defined by the mathematics with electricity and that's actually been proven a lot in the universe and electric models now some of the electric starring that we see on Mars some of the scoring I like the dual lobes scarring that we see on me yours and especially the the most recent comment that we sent you know this the satellite to know the dual low can actually be explained with the electric universe. and there's actually not gaps in the map. for the theory that have to be explained with things like that dark matter you know there's actually no exceptions to the rules that are out of it that fourth thus far. so I was wondering if if perhaps the a new approach might be taken to look at it as a black hole with the electric universe theory in mine. okay well the thing about general relativity is that we haven't actually found any problems with it yet we've not found any situations that it it doesn't work it now the black hole would be an exception for example we know that the general relativity are are are known physics will break down inside of a black hole in an intense gravitational fields we know that it breaks down we also know that general relativity doesn't marry up with the other big aspect of all the physics is quantum mechanics so for example there's no quantum theory of gravity so we know this although general relativity has never been shown to fail I mean I'm can be buying can be demonstrated to extremely high degree of accuracy we do know that there are certain situations in which it is bound to fail I will need to be supplemented by another theory now I don't know anything about the Selectric theory and I am very dubious about it because I don't think there's actually a need for general relativity to be replaced in the universe that we know what we do know that general relativity is only if they are you're right that and that eventually will be supplanted by something that's even more general and accommodates what's happening is that black hole or are a company's going to mechanics as well number nine Stein with computers today be doing things a little differently than he did last the time period when he was around. well I don't I don't think he would have needed computers to do what he did because it wasn't sort of computational what he actually did I think it's probably the case that if Einstein hadn't found certainly special relativity somebody else warded but other scientists were very close to to discovery and he built his theory another on on on of the work as well he was no great mathematician Einstein he was a great visionary and a good physicist but he wasn't actually great mathematicians I don't think he would have taken to computers particularly but no doubt other people would have been able to demonstrate things about his theory much sooner with with present day technology there's no question about that we've got Chris in Merced California hi Chris good morning to you. hi I have a couple of questions sure for you tonight one was who developed the theory for the black hole event horizon and. if you guys can prove that how would you explain the existence of god because both of those things not be with them and I. nothing my **** off on the right speculative questions David from go ahead okay well the first one is is relatively easy wasn't an individual that that this is worked out the physics of black holes it was it was a number of people because you don't you don't know about Stephen Hawking and keep a full on and people like that it was the generally these things are bounced back and forth between the various scientists about that sort of all emerged in the nineteen sixties nineteen seventies out of a group of P. theorists who working on that all the stuff about the nature of black holes in the event horizons and what might be inside of them was worked out by a team of people Stephen Hawking would be one that of course most people will know about now the second part of the question seemed to be a disconnect with the first box I think she was talking about god is that right second part how can you prove the existence of god yeah I didn't see that those two were related in any way the first one is a is a physical phenomenon we don't we don't a tribute to black hole than necessary any any connection with god anymore than you know star or as an actor my means it's a physical entity so I don't think the two are in any way related I I Kansi across the connection between the two I might be wrong but I I don't I don't see how the two questions linked together to all. stop let's go to Mitchell in Seattle west of the Rockies Haymitch go ahead. thank you for taking the call Jordan Dr Darling sure they buy let me let me ask you since you're in Seattle's crazy computers out that way I don't know anything about that okay. I have a quick comment if possible for for your audience there's this really cool program you can get for free I think it was made by M. I. T.. undergrad and it's called the last year and it's like a telescope for your computer really cool yeah you can browse the solar system it's got lots of the pictures of the planets and you can eat you can map the orders and if you look at Jupiter and particular first so many satellites run around there. the you know. enable the the orbit tracking it's fascinating. but my main question was work and this is like speculative obviously but what is the. with your colleagues in your so what is the consensus about what's going on with that interstellar object that's coming in and the second one is in this is also kind of silly but have you ever heard the term gods jewel box is that a popular term among among the strong. well in answer to the second part I've not heard about before I don't I don't know what is referring to well there's a cluster of stars or or what but it's certainly nothing I've I know this is this is the stock closed a thing called the jewel box but I don't think it's called steel box I have no information on on that what so ever the the of the other point because they did this this new object this is the second in to Stella all project that we've we think we found the first one was in twenty seventeen I'm not sure get a poor pronunciation right is it is it more more that's because most enough David my my point is a bit rusty and don't exist into that but it that's kind of what is name is as the homeland name anyway and that that it was of course the first interstellar object that was confirmed and very interesting because the shape is extremely long gated shape because of a you know cigar shaped object I'm not good everybody's speculating about whether it might be some from the artificial in out a probar something and not not that was interesting bought it now appears that it's it's more like an asteroid in fact it's because the surrounding spectrum as a D..

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"couple books" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Because right hands but even I don't know where it's a great story or what I I you know I'm I'm look hang in there I I I don't know how to respond to that we have the route you know there is a there was a famous philosopher named to the N. J. B. S. Haldane and he once said that the universe is not only stranger than we imagine but stranger than we can imagine so you know whether this is just a tremendous Tricker or whatever something in the realm of the paranormal I can't say but I I do know there's a lot of strange this out there we deal with it every day we have a we operate a a website that has a lot of such nor normal offense called spirits daily dot com and you know you hear some things in the just the he don't know what to do with them and that's what you just related to something I wouldn't I wouldn't know how to come. Doug thank you for that great call a let's see let's see how to Jonas who's in Austin Texas tonight Jonas welcome good morning. hi there my call. my pleasure. yeah I wanted to comment about the Ingersoll Lockwood book yeah that that is an absolutely fascinating read the there's a couple books the first one Barron trump underground marvelous journey in which she travels who he gets a bunch of manuscripts any travel underground to basically the hollow earth. where he needs the don this is what is called the don and I'll summarize the book. the end of that book the don help fast forward to the next book which is called nineteen hundred or the call the last president by the missile Lockwood and the doctor at little bear and then is now grown up and he is running in the election the book starts over angry mobs riding down this street on trump tower okay all right yeah trump tower in its own good street in the book okay. it goes on to the people claim that elections are rigged that he's on it I mean the the similarity to his book are actually scary actually they are you're right you're right there also is there a vice president named Michael pants in the Bronco at which is good about. Samantha's cabinet name fence exactly and there's killer man gets rid of cabinet member name pillar men in the end US vice president mean has this all happened during it all takes place during a rare solar eclipse like happened during the election it all takes place during. it's called goggle land. Google and Google there you go yeah. I mean it just it it's actually kind of chilling. it's not just always not interesting it it's kind of scary. well so much is you know so much is already transpired that was in that book just in in an astounding fashion you wonder about this thing the last present what does that mean last president what is the mean an uprising on fifth street Fifth Avenue whatever was in in in the book you know but again we know that in in the other realms and the other dimensions there is no future pastor future pastor present it's all now in so these novelist you know the using imagination which maybe it's just the the highest form of perceiving.

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"couple books" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:43 min | 3 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We are back with our final segment with Ken grown back as we talk about the demographics he's got a couple books out there one is called upside the other is the age curve you talk about Japan and that that could disappear by twenty fifty what do you mean by disappear Kim the settled population there the population right now they don't have enough labor they they simply do not have enough labor so what they're asking their their elderly population to do is to stay continue to work so when you have an old population that's reliant on some sort of as assistance from the young people in the population and it doesn't exist you don't you don't have labor you don't have consumers and you don't have taxpayer so what happens in the country I don't know I really don't question back to the calls let's go to Paul in Wyoming first time caller Hey Paul go ahead Hey I George longtime first time really exciting to get their call through and I just wanted to say there's probably been one of my favorite shows this year really appreciate that yeah really interesting I love it looking forward to tomorrow too I love it when you guys dig into these contemporary social issues yeah which you got to do it a little more really interesting thank you you there yeah go ahead Paul okay all right so I can very very interested gonna look into more of your work you know while listening to coast to coast if I misspoke the allergist by profession at both the logical gold mine yeah and you know just to hear all the different topics the callers everybody coming into this this topic tonight is really in my wheelhouse and the question I called in with is going to ask you if you guys will allow it like to squeeze one more generation the generation X. and that that's not the topic of my first question if you guys will allow it I'd like to get a question about Gen X. two my first question is you were talking about president trump twenty twenty election more challenging circumstances the growth in the population of liberals versus the decline in that population of people that we can count on to potentially boat or conservative yeah my question can is from what we can see most of those younger voters they're more likely to be the liberal voters they tend to cluster in the area of like you mention Washington I know some of the population growth areas for these folks are or again you talked about Colorado we'll both states didn't vote for trump they're unlikely to vote for him again the fall of the younger voters a potentially more liberal voters stay in those areas where they tend to cluster that doesn't seem like president trump has to change his game plan that much yet rely on it almost sounds like like that's going to minimize their effectiveness but from from my perspective I look at the nation and even though we're we're seeing a lot of the generalizable ideals moving to Texas Colorado and Washington state we still have millions and millions of them across the United States so I believe that that the net effect is going to be one of a more difficult time for the president Hey do you factored in canned the electoral college yeah no not affected the electoral college is what they came into play that's what got him in last time yet they exactly so what would be the without the electoral college that the country would be run by you know Texas California New York and Florida and Pennsylvania that's your let's get the polls other question and Paul go ahead all right I really appreciate that okay can I have a question and like I said I'm a Gen actor I'm I'm thirty nine and you know you guys talked about the fact that I'm from Wyoming so I got two things going here I'm a member of the smallest demographic groups Gen X. eleven with the least populated state in the nation there's a lot of challenges can I wonder what the general folks do we have anything going for us and in terms of a positive can Frank I know a lot of it we feel squeezed between these two huge demographic groups we got our parents the baby boomers a lot of us are worried about what's happening with them they go into retirement you know we're gonna need to help them take care of them and we have the other super well educated huge demographic group coming up all right behind us you know the like you said I think you what what's the oldest millennial now thirty four thirty five we did your current squeeze it doesn't seem like anything going our way you know how to somebody in the Gen X. generation just look at look at your urine urine eggs exactly opposite you're in fine shape one of the things that I tell my audience as I like I said how many genex was here raise your hands I said how many directors are in that Gen X. is a sixty five to eighty right nineteen sixty five to nineteen eighty other than that there are nineteen sixty five to nineteen eighty four eighty four okay yeah so to speak whatever you're doing right now you have a job for life you are going to be in such demand you will be in demand until you die because there aren't enough of you don't sweat it this all comes down the numbers doesn't it yeah Hey Paul thanks for your questions next up we got Randall in Indianapolis welcome to the show high Randall I would go on about your everything's great thanks there are all and I drive to work yeah in their mind about how they need to raise up the way you do but I tell everybody as long as they don't have a wall built former Gretchen gonna be having this conversation forever but Bob I don't know it's going to happen but are the question again for your yeah I will I can't think the lady's name that was on how about a year ago issue affair like seventy percent of all homes now or Catherine Catherine Austin Fitts yeah ocean and the thirty years from now someone bet that seventy percent of all her own going to be a rental yup okay I guess they that since I guess the millennials and the ones that are going to come in behind them are gonna want smaller house more convenient lance responsibilities backgrounds who they want more money for the experience will all that does he believe that that will lower the cost of housing or will we we keep on forgetting gal well listen I did the error of the staff of the starter castle built by the baby boomers is over six thousand square foot started castle yes the millennials are asking for smaller houses but pretty much the millennials are people beyond being you know psychographic lead generation did did this millennial generation at first and we're believe we're believing that they're going to live in cities and they're gonna live in apartments but as soon as they have kids they're going to move to the suburbs just exactly like the baby boomers did but they're not gonna live in six thousand square foot house is the thinking in the C. two and three thousand square foot house is it is as essential to the limit and the mode well that's the way it's going to happen with these the demographics in in terms of housing California for example I still in shock to with the prices compared to like Missouri I mean they can't keep going up like that listen used it to one of the beauties of Texas is you can get a to three thousand square foot house for a couple hundred grand you can't get that in California no not at all okay next up let's go to Peter in Louisiana Hey Peter go ahead hello I enjoy your program thank you Sir Asian in today's time you know the year twenty nineteen related to the minority quality affirmative action and how that's still in place in affecting businesses were as far as promotions the best person mine are the most qualified person is not getting that promotion you know I'll use an example of like sports football basketball baseball the are the best person no matter their race gender they're going to be playing as opposed to government jobs I happen to work for a large company even a fortune fifty company and I see were they have those guidelines that they have to abide by were the most qualified person is not in that getting that promotion how's that affecting businesses in United States and you know if we compare the world what are your thoughts on well I will I will we were trying to African Americans not after I just all races and stamina Artie's in our enemies gender would put the Asians African Americans and and Latinos the dust those are the that's the lion's share our our our on qualified people going to be getting jobs is that what you're asking because of their race well maybe it's not just right I'm talking meant gender race in not necessarily African American I'm seen across the board asks the unqualified people getting positions just due to being in a minority clan okay let let me just make a generality because that's the that's my stock in trade no I don't see that as a factor I really don't the the we're we're watching the minorities very very carefully and and we'll we'll put women in their two women one are going to they've broken at the the glass ceiling to the the other minorities the the the African American culture because the one thing that the millennials are bringing to the table is the fact that they did that bigotry is history so if your big get over it and I think that once they bring that to the table that the Latinos and the African Americans or anybody that's slightly different than the norm it's going to be in good shape and I but I don't think for a for a moment that we're going to look that employ people are less qualified can in terms of what you see as the greatest thing that's going on force right now what would that be relative to what George I'm sorry in just in terms of anything demographically what would you say is something very positive about what's happening generation and and I brought I read it all time when it when I sell a book and that is I see generation why is why generation Y. is going to it is it's going to set the housing industry on fire the housing industry is the economy the economy as housing so generation Y. is also bringing to the table a a twenty five percent interracial marriage where they just don't see color they don't they don't see color and so I know and I think once we get rid of bigotry and the United States I think this is gonna do marvelous things for people of color I just I see so many pluses so many positive things and I believe the money is going to be the best and most productive generation that we have ever ever had in the United States to tell a story about my I have a daughter twenty seven she could tech center phone faster than than the phone call and they deal with her thumbs it is it is absolutely unbelievable she she fixed the problem on my computer a she's texting on her phone and listening to music she sits down at her computer she turned on the TV she brings up a Facebook and then she brings up somebody instructions as five things at once it's amazing and I'm thinking a raise an alien but no I believe in around my show but what if you raised an alien get are on my show you know like I really I think the the the next twenty years for the United States is going to we will see an economy that we don't understand I think you're gonna see a stock market that's going to explode I just think there's so many things are happening in so many very very exciting things and they're they're negative thanks I'm sorry I just don't see it I I I I don't I don't.

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"couple books" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:56 min | 3 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Final segment with Kym grown back as we talk about demographics he's got a couple books out there one is called upside the other is the age curve you talk about Japan and that it could disappear by twenty fifty what do you mean by disappear Kim the settled population there the population right now they don't have enough labor they they simply do not have enough labor so what they're asking their their elderly population to do is to stay continue to work so when you have an old population that's reliant on some sort of as assistance from the young people in the population and it doesn't exist if you don't you don't have labor you don't have consumers and you don't have taxpayer so what happens to the country I don't know I really don't question back to the calls let's go to Paul in Wyoming first time caller Hey Paul go ahead Hey I George long time first time really exciting to get their call through and I just wanted to say this is probably bad one of my favorite shows this year really appreciate that yeah really interesting I love it looking forward to tomorrow too I love it when you guys dig into these contemporary social issues yeah you got to do it a little more really interesting thank you yeah go ahead Paul okay all right so I can very very interested gonna look into more of your work you know while listening to coast to coast it's but I'm a foot the allergist by profession at such a logical gold mines and you know just to hear all the different topics the callers everybody coming into this this topic tonight is really in my wheelhouse and the question I called in with is going to ask you if you guys will allow it and like to squeeze one more generation the generation X. and that that's not the topic of my first question if you guys will allow it I'd like to get a question about Gen X. too but my first question is you were talking about president trump twenty twenty election more challenging circumstances the growth in the population of liberals versus the decline in that population of people that we can count on to potentially vote or conservative yeah my question can is from what we can see most of those younger voters they're more likely to be the liberal voters they tend to cluster in the area of like you mention Washington I know some of the population growth areas for these folks are or again you talked about Colorado well those states didn't vote for trump they're unlikely to vote for him again the fall of the younger voters of potentially more liberal voters stay in those areas where they tend to cluster that doesn't seem like president trump has to change his game plan that much yeah rely on almost sounds like like that's going to minimize their effectiveness but from from my perspective I look at the nation and even though we're we're seeing a lot of the Gen Y. some way of moving to Texas Colorado and Washington state we still have millions and millions of them across the United States so I believe that that the net effect is going to be one of a more difficult time for the president Hey do you factored in canned the electoral college yeah no not affected the electoral college is what they came into play that's what got him in last time yeah exactly so what would be the without the electoral college that the country would be run by you know Texas California New York and Florida and Pennsylvania not sure let's get the polls other question and Paul go ahead all right I really appreciate that okay can I have a question and like I said I'm a Gen actor I'm I'm thirty nine and you know you guys talked about the fact that I'm from Wyoming so I got two things going here I'm a member of the smallest demographic groups Gen X. eleven with the least populated state in the nation it was a lot of challenges can I wonder what the general folks do we have anything going for us and in terms of a positive can Frank I know a lot of it we feel squeezed between these two huge demographic groups we got our parents the baby boomers a lot of us are worried about what's happening with them they go into retirement you know we're gonna need to help them take care of them and we have the other super well educated huge demographic group coming up all right behind us you know the like you said I think you what what's the oldest millennial now thirty four thirty five I would rank squeeze it doesn't seem like anything's going our way you know how to somebody in the Gen X. generation just look at look at your urine urine eggs exactly opposite you're in fine shape one of the things that I tell my audiences I'd like I said how many genex was here raise your hands as an homage actors are in that Gen X. is a sixty five to eighty right nineteen sixty five to nineteen eighty rather than their nineteen sixty five to nineteen eighty four eighty four okay yeah so to speak whatever you're doing right now you have a job for life you are going to be in such demand you will be in demand until you die because there aren't enough of you don't sweat it this all comes down the numbers doesn't yeah Hey Paul thanks for your questions next up we got Randall in Indianapolis welcome to the show high Randall I would go on about your works everything's great thanks there are all and I drive to work yeah in their mind about how they need to raise up the way you do but I tell everybody as long as they don't have a wall built warm regards we're going to be having this conversation forever but Bob I don't know what happened the question I got for your yes I will I can't think the lady's name that was on how about a year ago issue affair like seventy percent of all the homes now our our own Catherine since Catherine Austin Fitts yeah and the thirty years from now someone that that seventy percent of all the house who's going to be a rental yeah okay I guess they that since I guess the millennials no ones that are going to come in behind them are gonna want smaller house more convenient lance responsibility with the house because they want more money for the experience will all that does he believe that that will lower the cost of housing rule we we keep on forgetting gal well listen and did the error of the staff of the starter castle built by the baby boomers is over the six thousand square foot started castle yes the millennials are asking for smaller houses but pretty much the millennials are people beyond being you know psychographic lead generation in this millennial generation at first and we're believe we're believing that they're going to live in cities and they're gonna live in apartments but as soon as they have kids they're going to move to the suburbs just exactly like the baby boomers did but they're not gonna live in six thousand square foot house is the thinking in the C. two and three thousand square foot house is it is as essential to the limit and the mode well that's the way it's going to happen with these the demographics in in terms of housing California for example I still am shocked over the prices compared to like Missouri I mean they can't keep going up like that listen used this is the one of the beauties of Texas is you can get a to three thousand square foot house for a couple hundred grand you can't get that in California no not at all okay next up let's go to Peter in Louisiana Hey Peter go ahead hello enjoy your program thank you Sir mission in today's time you know the year twenty nineteen related to the minority quality affirmative action and how that's still in place in affecting businesses were as far as promotions the best person mine are the most qualified person is not getting that promotion you know I'll use an example of like sports football basketball baseball they're the best person no matter their race gender they're going to be playing as opposed to government jobs I happen to work for a large company even a fortune fifty company and I see were they have those guidelines that they have to abide by were the most qualified person is not in that getting that promotion how's that affecting businesses in United States and and you know if we compare the world what are your thoughts on well I will I will we were trying to African Americans not after I just all right and you understand when artists in our enemies gender would put the Asians African Americans and and Latinos those those are the that's the lion's share are are are on qualified people going to be getting jobs is that what you're asking because of their race well maybe it's not just race I'm talking meant gender race in not necessarily African Americans I'm senior across the board asks the unqualified people getting positions just due to being in a minority clan okay let let me just make a generality because that's the that's my stock in trade no I don't see that as a factor I really don't the the and we're we're watching the minorities very very carefully and and we'll we'll put women and their two women one are going to they've broken at the the glass ceiling to the the other minorities the the the African American culture because the one thing that the millennials are bringing to the table is the fact that they did that bigotry is history so if your big I'd get over it and I think that once they bring that to the table that the Latinos and the African Americans or anybody that's slightly different than the norm it's going to be in good shape and I but I don't think from for a moment that we're going to look that employ people are less qualified can in terms of what you see as the greatest thing that's going on force right now what would that be Roach what George I'm sorry in just in terms of anything demographically what would you say is something very positive about what's happening generation and and I brought I read it all time when it when I sell a book and that is I see generation why is why generation Y. is going to if it's going to set the housing industry on fire the housing industry is the economy the economy as housing so generation Y. is also bringing to the table a a twenty five percent interracial marriage where they just don't see color they don't they don't see color and so I know and I think once we get rid of bigotry and the United States I think this is gonna do marvelous things for people of color I just I see so many pluses so many positive things and and and I believe the money is going to be the best and most productive generation that we have ever ever had in the United States to tell a story about my I have a daughter twenty seven she could tech center phone faster than than the phone call and they do with their thumbs it is it is absolutely unbelievable she she fixed the problem on my computer a she's texting on her phone and listening to music she said some of her computer she turns on the TV she brings up Facebook and that she brings up somebody inspection just five things at once it's amazing and I'm thinking a raise an alien but no I believe in around my show but what if you raised an alien get are on my show you know I I really I think the the the next twenty years for the United States is going to we will see an economy that we don't understand I think you're gonna see a stock market is going to explode I just think there's so many things are happening in so many very very exciting things and they're they're negative thanks I'm sorry I just don't see it I I I I don't I don't see the the end of the world coming in any way shape or form global warming god bless them I don't think it's going to happen let's go to Scott in San Luis Obispo California squeeze you in here Scott go ahead.

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What Is an Oligarchy (and Are We One)?

BrainStuff

06:07 min | 3 years ago

What Is an Oligarchy (and Are We One)?

"Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here. Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent, who, again is running for the democratic nomination for president proclaimed an two thousand nineteen speech to sixteen thousand supporters in San Francisco, we say no to oligarchy. Sanders, who warns billionaires are buying elections, and exerting too much power over the government refers to oligarchy is frequently, but he's not the only one around the web, you'll see places ranging from Russia, China and Saudi Arabia to Brazil, and even Hong Kong described as oligarchies 2017, salon article even warned of the growing power of a global Uber. Oligarchy comprised of wealthy super powerful figures ranging from financiers to Rockstars, and the concept isn't just owned by the left either President Donald Trump may not have used the same terminology, but the billionaire businessman rose to power in part by railing against the elites that he accused of disenfranchising ordinary Americans. If you're not a political science, major, you may be wondering, what exactly is an oligarchy anyway. And do we really have one in the United States, we spoke with Bron forms? Sannoh the William T, Brian chair of American history and professor emeritus of history at the university of Kentucky. He's written a couple books on the subject American oligarchy the permanent political class. And plutocracy in America. How increasing inequality destroys the middle class and exploits the poor form, Asano explained an oligarchy is a combination of wealth, and power, and often tends to close off access to its ranks pulling up the ladder oligarchy from the ancient Greek word, meaning few is a concept that goes back to the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, who used it to describe society governed by select few wealthy, or aristocratic people as opposed to rule by a single monarch, or democracy in which the great mass of people of humble means holds control. Aristotle actually didn't favor either all ARCHE or democracy. He preferred sort of hefty CAF Cup of Joe in which a middle group of moderately wealthy citizens controlled the rains and the early nineteen hundreds philosopher Rubert Michelle's came up the iron law of oligarchy it holds the, any organization or society. Even when the two spouses democratic ideals of popular rule, inevitably will devolve into oligarchy rule in which a few people take most of the power in part because rank and file members tend to want. Someone to tell them, what to do in America Sanders, isn't the first politician to be concerned about oligarchy fear that an entrenched elite would seize power dates back to the era when the nation was founded John Adams, who became the second US president, in particular saw, as a potential menace. We spoke with Luke maye Ville, author of the book, John Adams, and the fear of American oligarchy. He said are popular history. Paints, a revolutionary society that overthrew monarchy, but revolution era, America was also full of animosity towards anything resembling, formal nobility or Hristo credit privilege. This animosity made its way into the US constitution in the form of the nobility clause of article one which prohibits the federal government from granting titles of nobility, what made Adams unique was a systematic manner in which he theorized about oligarchy undocumented the threat that oligarchy had posed throughout history. Mayvale continued relatively early in his life Adams was struck by the disproportionate influence enjoyed by men of wealth, and lustrous lineage, but the record shows that he became much more fearful of oligarchy during his long sojourn as diplomat in Europe, in the late seventeen seventy s and early seventeen eighty s in the old world, he became a careful observer of the power that went hand in hand with family lineage, physical, beauty, and especially wealth, when he compared these observations at the old world to conditions in the new world, he saw more similarities than differences. But Adams, didn't exactly see the world the same way as does Sanders for example, or Senator, Elizabeth, Warren and other presidential candidate who is concerned about the concentration of wealth and power, because Adams, worried about rule by ordinary citizens as well almost as much as he worried about oligarchy, he thought that giving everyone the right to vote would inevitably lead to all currently held private property being divvied up and redistributed. He believed in a balance between the power of the wealthy few and the organized power of the lower classes, something. Perhaps it can to Aristotle's concept of a mixed ruling class. Oligarchy is can develop in societies for several reasons in a country with a monarchy or dictatorship. If a leader becomes too weak or incompetent rule the strata of powerful people under the leader may start to siphon away his authority, and ultimately may replace them with a puppet or else one of their own members. It's also possible for an elite say, for example, superwealthy business moguls to take control of society because they're good at getting things done. Whether or not, those things are in the best interests of everybody else. And there's also oligarchy by default in which democracy, essentially withers because ordinary people allow an elite take over because it's easier than staying informed and grappling with complexities of governing. The question of whether the US is turning into an oligarchy, or perhaps already is one has become a subject of heated debate back in two thousand fourteen and analysis out of Princeton, and Northwestern University said, one thousand seven hundred seventy nine different policy issues and concluded that economic elites and groups representing business interests had a lot of influence upon US, government policy, while ordinary citizens at interest groups, representing them held little sway. They didn't actually use the term oligarchy, though, news. Media headlines summarizing their work did. But several other scholars published rebuttals arguing that either the masses and the elites didn't really disagree that much about policy choices or that when they did, the masses usually prevailed. Public opinion, though, suggests that most people think of the US as allegoric, even if they don't, call it that in two thousand seventeen poll seventy five percent of Americans said the people like them have too little influence in Washington and eighty two percent believed that wealthy people had too much power over the government here in the US form. Misano said, it's not a matter of restrictions. But more closing of opportunity, and diminishing chances for the middle and lower classes, even some billionaires worry that the nation's rising income inequality is unsustainable and may endanger capitalism's future, even if they're not quite ready to give up all their influence.

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"couple books" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Thank you super in your book still available and they still fly. And and so they like is available now primarily as an e book either as a download we can send it directly. Or if people want us on a CD disk, we can send it that way. And I have a special going on for your listeners, which is if they order any product, whether it's a hard, you know, hard copy of a book or a DVD or whether it's digital download and simply say, George or see to see then I will also send a link to a free DVD you now are you related to Thomas foreign? That's what I know of he's. Yeah. He just a couple. Books. He's a doctor. But I thought maybe this could be your brother somebody. That's an I know. Okay. Let's go to the phones. Blair and Sedona, Arizona. Hey, Blair, go for it. Thanks, george. Are there any comments regarding our planet as living dean, and then you earlier mentioned time travel has Meyer recorded any info about what toast earth changes society? Would look like. Yeah. Good questions. Well, you know, everything is living in a sense. It's a part of, you know, created of the creation of energy, it's not necessarily that is the way people may think that it's you know, it's a being that is thinking about the evil human beings who are messing it up. And it's going to take revenge. You saw cause and effect of the most amazing thing to me is to contemplate how any and everything works in life. How everything you're chords with certain immutable laws every substance that's in the physical form of or even gas from. What have you physical has a derision the nature of things, you know? We are told in the player and material that there are many more subatomic levels. And we know about that there were seven major forces in the universe. We had just discovered. One more. I think the fourth again, not an area of my expertise as for the post difficult times world or post apocalyptic world, it will take according to this information, literally hundreds of years for people to recover enough just to recover, but to gain the wisdom to never again, do those things in partake of the kind of thinking that has created all of this strife among beings, it should be cooperating in living. These words often sound try to assume that exciting love, peace, freedom harmony, knowledge, wisdom, all those things. But those are the cornerstones of real human life that we are very much estranged from for the most part and eventually. If my years in his nineteen fifty eight letter, and all of this is on my website somewhere, and you can Email me if you don't find it. But anyway, in that letter, he describes how ultimately the survivors have always when the women come to the fore is the true leaders the mothers of the millennia when the a chain and assume their rightful place with particular, wisdom that's been suppressed and disempowered for the fence. The female of the species when that occurs, and it will occur then the meal tendencies, the aggression and all that gets put down if you will get relegated to a an appropriate place of defense, rather than aggression, and it will be at a time when human beings of earth will have gone through a lot of unpleasant tree, including lot of the stuff at Meyer wrote about nineteen ninety-five warning about this robotic AI, the computerized weapons that will take over and nearly annihilate humankind and time things that, you know, Elon Musk and Stephan hawking we're concerned about, but we will ultimately gain the technologies to regenerate and helps to heal that. Which we've we humankind has done damage to it. And there's more in there too in that letter. So feel free to Email me if you don't find that info, let's go to Shelley Long Island, New York. Welcome to the program. Hi, shelley. Occasions Georgia Michael the question about good versus evil. We need to address weaponization and manipulation of weather geo engineering Chem Chelsea harp. Fagging around basis directed energy weapons in California. I think it's outrageous that Rothschild owns my brother dot com, weather, central and has exclusive global control of every aspect of our weather technology on this planet. I can give you rich. Okay. My question. Michael hold on. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Go ahead show. Okay. Billy gives us all these warnings is their solution is the solution is your hope can we have faith. Can we save ourselves? If we take away control from the far east elites. Okay. Well, you hit on a number of things, I not address everything in the laundry list except to say harp. Of course is a dreadful thing Meyer wrote extensively about it. And things that he's explained about it. I don't think has been yet discussed in even all the other material his take with the player until about the so-called Chem trails is different than we think. But you're more concerned about how do we take back the power from you know, the so called evil elite, and that is difficult because even as Billy said several years ago when I did a video which is online about the coming civil wars in America that he first published about an eighty one and eighty seven for time. The people will not have the power to deal with those who are far more powerful, and who you know, control and destroy, unfortunately. But eventually as we've learned and apparently the hard way, we will, you know, the evil are not immune from the consequences of climate change and earthquakes and all sorts of things. But those people who persevere and who seek truth will eventually come to the fore is a citizens reviews. Call the women will play a huge role in this. As humankind recognizes that the ways of power, domination, controlled aggression, and violence, which are primarily out of control good human nature for males has gone bonkers. That will help us to turn it. But there's no pie in the sky rescue immediate solution. Get rid of the Rothschild stuff. It doesn't play out that way in this material. It's it's pretty it's pretty. Testy. What's coming? And so we have to not focus too much and give our power away to conspiracies in the evil elite and the rush hours and a luminary. So we have to think about how do we take back dominion over our own lives? We do it from within when nobody even this early knows how and what we're thinking when we learned to think then we're marching forward. Step by step. All this stuff took time to get screwed up. And it's going to take time to rectify we've got Nick and Minnesota now it used to the Rockies. Hi, nick. Thanks for calling. Yes. Thank you so much for taking my call. My pleasure. Same Michael quick question for you. Here you token earlier about the United States consumed in fire or parts of it from a volcanic eruption. Is that correct? That is part of what will happen. There are also other things specifically foretold that will affect this country. The ruling walls of fire fire cylinders hurricanes. These are in the prophecies, especially in the Hanukkah prophecies. That are on the fly dot com. Again, if anything flies by you here. No pun intended. You don't find it? You Email me, and I will send you links. But yes, that's some of what happens. There's also going to be other things are still the danger of when the lapoma Cumbrae VA volcano blows which is a certainty..

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"couple books" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"couple books" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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