35 Burst results for "Cutter"
Larry O'Connor: Larger Corps Don't Have Visionaries Anymore
"You saw it with Apple At one point and I think you're seeing it with Apple again With their currency Where you have a visionary like herb Kelleher like Steve Jobs Like Walt Disney and frankly after him it wasn't until Michael eisner And Jeffrey katzenberg where you actually had visionaries back in charge of Disney Where you had people who had a passion for the product that the company made And then they go away for one reason or another sometimes because they die or retire Or move on Sometimes there's a hostile takeover by investors Who want to go in another direction And then they put somebody in place that doesn't have that love for the product They don't even understand the product that the company sells Wall Street would have you believe that the product doesn't matter The people with MBAs coming out of your Ivy League schools will have you believe that knowledge of the actual end product is superfluous to running a good company That there's some sort of mold or cookie cutter That you can just put in place And in Apple is the perfect example They get rid of Steve Jobs they put in a guy whose claim to fame was running Pepsi Ah you know same thing It doesn't matter it's a consumer product You can sell a soft drink At the time probably 75 cents Or you can sell a $1500 personal computer It's really ultimately the same business That's the mindset That's the mentality
"cutter" Discussed on Counter Apologetics
"Maybe they think that consciousness is like a non physical property, but nonetheless, and here is in physical substances or something like that. But yeah, maybe they're also just confused. I think you're giving them too much credit. I think they're just going to. But okay, so why is psychophysical harmony improbable if you accept naturalism and epi phenomenalist dualism? Well, here's the basic thought. If you're a dualist, do you think that there are fundamental psychophysical laws that is metaphysically contingent, laws of nature that link physical states of your brain, for example, to states of consciousness. You think that the direction of causation only goes in one direction. So physical states of your brain causally generate states of consciousness, but your states of consciousness don't kind of top down influence the physical processes in your brain. Moreover, dualist standardly think that these psychophysical laws by which brain states give rise to states of consciousness. These are metaphysically contingent. Why think they're contingent? A standard line of argument for dualism relies on the conceivability of variation in the phenomenal states while holding fixed the physical states. And then they typically appeal to some principle to the effect that conceivability is a guide to possibility. And so you get the metaphysical possibility of these scenarios where the phenomenal truths vary while you hold fixed. The physical truths. So these kind of standard arguments for dualism are already committed to a metaphysically contingent link between physical truths and phenomenal truths. So that's going to amount to metaphysical contingency in these basic psychophysical laws. Okay, but if these are metaphysically contingent, then there's going to be other possible psychophysical laws that map our brain states onto different experiences, different states of consciousness. So for example, there will be a possible world that's physically just like ours, but in situations where I experience pain, my counterpart experience is pleasure and in situations where I experience pleasure and the actual world, my counterpart in this counterfactual world experiences pain.
"cutter" Discussed on Counter Apologetics
"Welcome everyone. I'm Emerson green and today I'm speaking with doctor Brian cutter of Notre-Dame, about psychophysical harmony. We skip some of the basics of the argument that we do take some time to lay down some essentials before moving into more interesting waters, we covered a few objections, some to the theistic answer to psychophysical harmony, some to the mystery of harmony generally, but we also skipped many of the bad objections to the argument like evolution solves the problem entirely or that this is just a God of the gaps argument or that it commits some other informal fallacy that fatally undermines the argument. Doctor Dustin crumb, Brian's co author was interviewed on this podcast and we had more time to cover that sort of ground and get into the weeds. And Dustin has also appeared on other channels where he does a great job providing a sort of intro to the argument, but today we're assuming some background knowledge of the topic. And we get to some new areas that I haven't seen explored in other conversations about this argument so far. We do begin where the argument often begins with the presentation that assumes epiphenomenalism before going on to say that this problem that so many people identify with epiphenomenalism is actually a problem even for those who go on to reject epiphenomenalism. We talk about physicalism and the supposed metaphysical impossibility of disharmony, their revenge problem, the path of least resistance, and objection related to divine hiddenness, the under determination of the evidence, natural teleology and spooky naturalism.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Republican Path to Recovery
"Thanks to former New Jersey governor Chris Christie for sticking around and talking to me some more because governor, when we went to break, you were telling me the RNC doesn't plan to put count a ton of stage until August. I don't know if you saw JD Vance, the senator elect from Ohio. He wrote in the American conservative about our small dollar donor disadvantage. It's significant. It's massive. One way to close it is to get our candidates on a stage talking about our messages. Why would the RNC wait till August? You know, I don't know you, I think, you know, they're doing the same thing they did four years ago. I think it's cookie cutter and it's easy. And I think that's what they're going to do. Now I've actually always changed. It certainly candidates to make an agreement to go out there and do these things together as well. You know, meet you. I've never been reluctant to get on the stage. No, anybody. And have a conversation. And look, in the end of the day, what we need to do is to start talking about as you said, our public issues, and we didn't win our Tuesday in the way we should have. Because we ran that candidates who were giving not completely, but in the mean messages that were not credible. And I think voters just said, yeah, no, thank you. I don't know thank you in Arizona. Now imagine this does do see one by 13 points in 20 14. If I 15 points in 2018, this should not have even been a close race in Arizona for the governorship there. And when we're not winning those kind of races, if we can't be competitive like you, statewide, in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, there is no electoral math that gets a Republican the presidency. Let me ask you, do you think Mitch McConnell should be reelected leader of the Republican caucus? Look, I've never worked in Mitch McConnell, but I would say this. I think he does a very good job at managing a very unruly and difficult caucus. And so from my perspective, I think Mitch McConnell is the leader of the Senate Republicans and I think you should continue to be. All right,
The Charlie Kirk Show
New York Is Completely Falling Apart
"And so New York is just completely falling apart. And it's not the only city that's doing this. I want to play a piece of tape here of something that's happened in New York. It's a news report. It's shocking. Let's play cut 100. When migrants first walk in after intake, they will see a recreational room set up with rows of couches, TVs, xboxes, and board games. There will also be a phone bank so migrants can connect with family in order to find more permanent housing. Next, there is a cafeteria that will provide migrants with three meals a day and snacks, coffee and tea will be available 24/7. Those meals are all culture appropriate. It is South American fare. Oh, it's South American fair. These people are criminals. They're trespassers border jumpers in line cutters, and every day they're here, they're continually breaking our law. What are they migrating from exactly? What's the crisis? I would love someone to tell me other from climate change. Oh, from not having work. Yeah, that's not our problem. Sorry. They should be immediately deported back to their country of origin. I keep saying that it never happens, but it's worth saying, I suppose. But no, instead, if you break into America, you get an Xbox. There is a very serious New York movement against all of this garbage that's happening.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Border Is Completely and Totally Wide Open
"Border is completely and totally wide open. And if for quite some time, we've been talking about how the American southern border of the U.S. southern border and is being invaded. By the cartels. Who are completely and totally pure evil. I believe over 5 million people have passed across the southern border since Biden has become president. Over 2 million people in the last year. Our sovereignty is completely and totally at stake. And, you know, for some people, they say, well, you know, we need mass Amnesty for everybody here. And I say that's interesting. So you're making an excuse for one law. What other laws do you want to make excuses for? And I refuse to call these people immigrants. They are line cutters, border jumpers, they are cheaters to come into the American system and as far as I'm concerned every day they stay in America, they're continually breaking our laws. You break into someone's country or home and you just keep staying there, we should somehow feel sorry for those people. And they say they're economic migrants, rather than that, they're thieves. They're stealing on the American system, because they broke into our country.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
A Live Report From St. Petersburg, FL
"Here's Richard in saint Pete. Hey, Richard, are you leaving? Are you staying? No, I'm staying. I live about a mile north of downtown St. Petersburg and write down from downtown saint Pete to about four miles north. There is what I call a Florida mountain. I'm 55 feet above sea level. So if a lot of this is my house, we have problems. I'm just curious what zone are you in? We don't have to evacuate. What zone are you in? Is a big deal there's no zone. Well, yeah, there is a year everybody's in his own. I mean, Florida breaks out. Well, they know vaccination zone. We don't have too high but sea level. I see interesting. I got you. Okay, well, that's fascinating. Well, my app is a big is a big circle, just north of downtown. Elevated that's when my House is a hundred years old. I got it. So it survived for a while. Well, good deal. The house was a built there. I got you. I'm a former coast guard officer. And I work in the marine industry. The port closed yesterday afternoon. So supplies like we have gasoline tankers come in almost every day. There's got to be no gasoline coming in for a while. Well, you know what's fascinating too, and you know this area as well, because I live there as well, Richard, those huge that's that big coast guard cutter right there in the Marina. And I read somewhere last night that they take those ships and those boats and they take them, do they put them out to sea in the middle of the storm? Yeah, safer to see the ship than ride safe for a seat. If you're a port, you're at the mercy of storm surges. Wouldn't that be something?
Parenting Autistic Children David Grant MBE - burst 2
"This episode will be doing things a little bit differently, though, as I'll be interviewing my husband, yes, fellow broadcast a vocal coach and leadership coach and campaigner David grant. As we talk about our own experiences of raising four neurodivergent children, welcome to the show David. Wow, nice to be here, Gary. So for those people that don't know about our family, could you just give us a rundown of our kids? Okay, we have four children our eldest olive is an actor. Our and olive is 27. Next in line is Thailand, who is 20 and also an actor. Next in line is Arlo, who is 16 and at school. And next is in line is Nathan, who is 12. And supposed to be at school, but currently not in school. Yes, okay, so you just had a little bit of a hint towards their not in school. That's been a familiar experience for us with three out of the four children. Because you've named all of their ages in their names and stuff. But what about their diagnoses? Just run me by some of the diagnosis that our children have got. Okay, I will, but because this is like a pick and mix at which point I'm bound to forget some. Would you jump in if I forget any? Yes. Because you know them as well as I do. Olive, has a disparity. And ADHD, Thailand is on the autism spectrum. And Arlo, third is on the autism spectrum. And Nathan. Now I got a minute rewind rewind back up back up. Arlo is autistic and has ADHD. Of course, yes, I forgot all of it as a whole a whole suit of what coterie. Yeah, these disabilities, they're traveling gangs, don't they? And has ADHD. Nathan a 12 year old has ADHD DMDD. Probably dyslexia. Even though they're still working on a diagnosis, and yeah, we have, you know, at some point, if anybody does disability bingo, we jump up and say house. Yeah, well, it's interesting you say disability because I don't really think of them as being disabilities. I think of them as being just different. I don't think of them as there are any disabilities in the light of the fact that the world is so unaccepting. That's very true. I think that one of the things with an invisible disability so it's called is that, you know, if we what we have done in our family is to recognize that the reason why it's called a disability is because some people find it more challenging to do things that neurotypical people take for granted. On the other hand, without children, it's also proven to be a different ability, because so many of them are able in ways in so many ways that they might not otherwise be able. You know, the gifted in ways that they might otherwise not be gifted. They're different and see the world in ways that absolutely challenge a neurotypical vision of the world. Yeah, and that's what we love about them. So tell me what it was like when all of these diagnoses that you've just mentioned there started to pop up. How did that come about and what were your feelings? Well, it's interesting. I've spoken to so many parents because we run parent groups. And I spoke to so many parents about the initial diagnosis and the reactions have been very, very many in varied, you know, for some people, it's a bit of a shock for some people it's almost like a disappointment for others. It's a surprise for others. It's an explanation. And I would say for us, well, certainly for me, it was in part an explanation. And also, in part, a sort of a wake-up call that said to me, this journey isn't going to be anything that you might have imagined. It is going to be. We don't know what it's going to be, but what we do know is that it's going to, it's going to plow its own field and chart its own course when we first got the diagnosis of our second and third Thailand and Arlo, the ones who are now 2016, which we got the autism diagnosis on the same day. Tai was 7. Aloe was three. What was that like for you? I have to be honest. And there was absolutely no sort of like heightened emotion connected to it, concern or disappointment or what was there was, okay, I need to now discover what this means. What this means for them, what this means for us and how it makes things different. Is it going to make things different if it does? How is it going to make things different? Because it didn't change them in any way. They got in the car. You got given the diagnosis and then they just got in the car and they were still Tyler and Arlo, weren't they? They had to change. But with that bit of paper yeah, it didn't change them one dot. One shot. One bit. But what it did change was my awareness of who they were. What it did change is my awareness that they may see the world a different way. And I didn't know what that was going to be, because there are only 7 and three, but what I did know was that the carnage journey that you can prescribe and chart out and say that the raising of a child is likely to fall within these parameters. There may be anywhere from track a to track B but the train is going to run along these tracks in some way. That went completely out of the way. I didn't realize at the time just how far out of the window it was going to go. But I did think, okay, this changes things. And one of the, I mean, some people might call it exciting with the benefit of hindsight, but at the time slightly sort of slightly nerve wracking things was having no idea of what it meant was going to change as they grew and as they developed. And as they began to inhabit the fullness of their personhood and understand the fullness of their identities, what was going to change. Well, we didn't know. And I think that, you know, there's a saying that everyone to see person probably knows, which is even if you've met one autistic person, you've met one autistic person. And even with just having two children on the spectrum in the family, the presentation is so entirely different. Yeah, they are. If somebody said to me, when we got the diagnosis, this is what autism looked like. And used one of them as in illustration. It would have completely excluded the other. Because the other one wouldn't have got a diagnosis based on that. It's very, very good point. So you've talked about what it was like to kind of grow in your knowledge of them and who they might become and to understand them a little. But what about parenting? Have you changed as a parent? This was 2009 if I remember. So we've had a good few years since. Have you changed as a parent? As a parent, I am unrecognizable from the parent I was in 2009. Now let's be really honest about this. Anybody who has raised a child will say, well, yes, of course, the parent you are to a 16 year old and the same parent you are to three year old. So there's the natural evolution of your relationship that happens as your child grows and matures. But there's also, I think that certainly for me having children on the spectrum, it meant that I needed to really abandon everything I thought I knew about parenting. It meant that I had to discover and develop a bespoke style of parenting that fitted specifically the child that was in front of me rather than having a general sort of one size fits all approach because it absolutely didn't fit. And really, it's not to my credit that I think that I was quite resistant to that because of the way they don't fit the one size fits all. Then it's obviously because I'm not implementing the one size fits all with enough figure. So I need to I need to just retrain and double down on the one size fits all and it will work and the fact is it was never going to work. And it kind of I would say out of the two of us, I was you were the hair when it came to realizing that we needed to adapt and adopt a new parenting style and we need it to be fluid and I was very much the tortoise. There was a kind of rigidity of no this is how you do it. And you know, I think that with regard to parenting, having children on the autism spectrum has taught me and continues to teach me is teaching me to be a parent, I would otherwise never have been. And I think that had I never have been, I would have missed a lot. There's a lot of their growing up that I got by constantly having to reassess and reappraise and recognize who they are now. You know, not living on who they were last year or last week, even. You know, who are they now? Who are they today? And who do they need me to be today? Yeah. So you talked about the fact that it took you a little bit longer to describe yourself as the tortoise. So how was that then? Well, I made the tool to seem like St. Louis Hamilton. We got the diagnosis in 2009. Up until about 2012, I thought there's something wrong with these kids because they're really not getting my style of parenting. About 2012, I began to realize there was something wrong with me because I wasn't being the parent they needed me to be. And then I was all at sea. I think I took a little while to actually work out. If I've got autistic kids, I need to learn, it's not me teaching them and then learning how to be. It's actually me learning and I think that I think that when I kind of was humble enough to recognize that I didn't actually know, you know, sometimes you don't know what you don't know. But when you've got autistic children and they need you to be a parent, you have to learn what you don't know. You have to realize what you don't know and it is certainly in my case. I think I learned a lot from watching you, but I also learned a lot from realizing that I couldn't be you and I couldn't just be you the deeper voice that I actually had to change me. I couldn't just ape behavior that I saw it with someone else. I had to change the way my outlook and gosh, I would say that you're saying how long did it take to be? Well, the diagnosis arrived 13 years ago. And I consider myself still to be under construction, and a work in progress, because the dads that I was 5 years ago that they needed me to be 5 years ago isn't the dad they need me to be now. Because they've changed. Yeah. You talked a little bit there about you said this lovely phrase bespoke parenting. So just give me some examples of what you have bespoke. Bespoken. Okay, it's interesting because with, I was 16 year old, there was a rigidity of actions that isn't always, so it wasn't just a rigidity of thinking. So with Arlo, we have certain things. I am my face is a stress toy. I actually, I mean, I know I look like this, but you know, I think I would look about maybe 15 years younger, if not for all. All that has to excuse my face. And they always squeeze my face and there are certain things that we do. There are certain actions that we do. There are certain little dances we do. There are certain words that we say. I don't even understand your communication. I mean, you two are like a whole, you're like a double act. I know. It's all part of my being father to Arlo, is that we have loads of unspoken communication. That revolve around movement and actions and dances and laughing at the same thing that other people don't understand what's going on. I've had to learn that I've had to enter into our lives world and learn how that world works. On a practical thing, although loves to have drives, they want to have a drive once a day. It's part of a de stressor towards the end of the day. Some people read or watch TV or they're too young to have a drink, they go on a drive. They sit in the car and listening to music and we drive and 40 minutes later, half an hour, 40 minutes later, we arrive back home and they're in a different head space to the one they were when we left. And that's an important thing. So whatever the schedule will have my day. If I'm at home or if I'm coming home, I know I need to be out for that drive for Allah because that's an important part of parenting are there. And it's an interesting thing that to me, it's not even I don't even think of it as a chore or a stress. It's just part of being a dad. It's part of being their dad. Yeah. Because I actually think that, you know, speaking of bespoke parenting, I could quite probably be a rubbish dad to every other child in the world, but I've learned how to be the dad that the children I have need. Yeah. And that is bespoke. It is also humor. You have loads of humor, I would say, with Arlo. Yeah, yeah, we are a lot. Mostly at me, but often at all because Arlo is really funny at all that has learned to laugh at themselves in a way that they couldn't when they were younger. You know, in the early teens, they could not laugh at themselves because I think they felt such a level of low self worth and such a lack of confidence that to laugh with them at themselves would have been perceived to be laughing at them. And one of the ways that I can see that their confidence is growing and their belief that they have a place in the world is growing. Is for how much they laugh at themselves, how much of their humor is directed inwards. Yeah. I agree with you on that. Okay, so that's Arlo, who's our 16 year old. What about Tyler and katana is very different? What have you had to change very different? In your parenting of time and what's changed there for them? I think in my parenting style and what's changed is to listen to time. It's to really listen is to not be so ready to give advice, not be so ready to give an answer because even sometimes when ty says. I need to know what to do. I know that what will happen is that I'll be giving answers. And they'll be saying no, those aren't the answers. That's really bad advice. What I should be doing is this. So it's almost like they're using me as a sounding board. A classic example is when we run our way up to Holly oaks for their final audition. Time is one of the members of the cast of Holly oaks down. And it was their final audition and they were absolutely wrapped with nerves. And we're driving along the M1. And they're almost crying with us. And I thought this isn't good for them. It's really isn't good. And I said, you know what? I want you to know you don't have to do this. We can turn the car around and we can go back, and they said, so that's the worst thing you could have said. You can't say that. This is what you're supposed to say. I told you what they wanted to hear. And you know, it's a completely different kind of relationship to all that. And how we connect and how we relate is to share time together. Yes. And that's the wonderful thing we're tie. I mean, tiles say there's a box set that I've been watching and I really want you to watch it. So I'll sit and watch. And you know, maybe in the course of an hour, we'll say three or four sentences, but time. That's together time. That's valuable time. That's been our time. And you know, it'll be, I'll get a text with have a listen to this music or I'll send them some music. And tire listens and goes, yeah, I like this. I really like this. And then he'll put that on his playlist and that'll be and that will be a connection to the communication because what tie really loves. One of the things that I love is that feeling of being part of my heritage and my dad played this for me or my dad told me about this. And then what ty does then is to do the same for me. So I know you're like this. Have you heard of such and such? And it'll be somebody that I liked when I was 20 years old or something. And then we'll connect on that level, but it's a very, very different communication to our lows, but it's just as deep and it's just as valid, but it's entirely different. And if I was to switch and relate to time, like I do to other and relate to other, like I do to tie it, I would be completely disconnected from a couple of meltdowns going on there for sure. Yes. So you and I have run a parent support group. It has over a 180 parents, families, and we work with the families and with the children. That's been running for very long while. And over lockdown, you have run your weekly meeting online every single week for those parents. And I've been absolutely amazed and marvel at you and your consistency and the way that you love those parents is just wonderful. I love them too, by the way. But I love watching you talk to it to them. If there's parents of autistic children listening today or families of autistic children. What advice would you have? You know those parents when they join our group. What do they most need to hear? I think what most autistic superior will most parents of autistic children that join our group and need to hear is that they're not alone on this journey. I don't think that most people need parenting advice. Occasionally people will ask, look, this is a situation how would you approach this situation and ask the group? But generally, I mean, we're talking about super parents, parents who sacrifice everything and are willing to sacrifice everything. And by that, I'm not talking about money or material I'm talking about themselves. They're hopes aspirations, dreams, whatever they expected for themselves later on in life is just like that all of that gets put into a margin. That gets parked and everything is focused on the needs of their children. So what they need to hear generally is you're not alone on this journey. We've all walked this journey and so when you say something that to somebody else who isn't on this journey may sound outrageous about how you feel about what you're going through about how challenging or difficult or impossible you feel, how inadequate you feel to the task, it's fine to say it here because we've all felt it and we've all expressed it. And the other thing is having a space in your life where you can describe without having to explain, I think that so much energy is spent and wasted and exhausted by people feeling as though they have to explain their children. They have to explain their situation. They stand with a teacher. People say, wow, your child's your child's not that at all. Your child's like this. And they go, well, no, you don't know the whole picture. There is a different person at home to the one in school or the one not in school because they refuse to go into school. Or the one not sleeping because they're refused to go to bed or whatever. Just having a space where you can describe, but you don't have to explain because everybody else who is listening to you gets it. So is your advice that people link up with other parents? I think it's really important to do that. I think it's so important to do that because I think that in Albert Einstein said, if you measure the fish by how well it climbed a tree, you would think it was stupid. And quite often, all we get in terms of a metric for our own children is the yardstick of a kind of neurotypical world. And if the neurotypical world is the tree, our children may be the fastest swimmer in the ocean, but they're not going to climb the tree. So yes, I think it's really important to link up with other parents who are walking the same walk. Others who are in the same situation others who will be able to listen to you and not just sympathize and not just empathize but experientially understand. Yeah. No, I know for many of our families that we support theirs. There's quite a high percentage of their children and young people and we see this in the adults as well autistic adults might be struggling with their mental health, what have you learned about coming alongside our children in their mental health crises? Wow. I think I've learned more than anything that there's no quick fix. There are no easy answers and presents is everything. And that there's no guarantee that if you do a and B, you're going to get C that two and two are going to act a four. But what I do know is this that our children, even when they, we sometimes become The Rock against which they bash. And we feel bashed, but we're the only rocks they've got. And so the thing that I think is how important it is to be there and to listen and when possible to talk them down and when necessary to talk them up and also more than anything to also come alongside others so that we guard our own mental health. Because it's impossible to carry somebody if you're limping. You know, it's really so much harder. And yeah, our children's mental health is such a big deal. It's such a big deal. And it can turn on a sixpence. Everything can be going well. And then one thing, real or imagined, one thing can completely trans the picture. And so I think that most parents I know with autistic children live as such are a level of hyper vigilance that, if anything, yeah, do what you do and be there the way that you're there. But please remember your own mental health, remember your own need for support, remember your own need to be heard. Yeah, and to find voice. Just moving on to, I guess that thing of school and the workplace, how well or not well, our things set up for allowing our neurodivergent people to thrive. Wow. That's really interesting. It's an interesting question because the question in itself is it presupposes that any advanced society would recognize that there is more than one way of seeing the world and there is more than one way of thinking and therefore. An advanced society like ours would set things up that everybody, whatever that, not just the well-being of whether the neurological situation would be able to say, yeah, there's a space for me. There's a place for me. There's an opening for me. There's an acceptance of me. People are making the allowances I need made so that I can thrive, not just so that I can fit in and limp along, but so that I can thrive. But that doesn't really exist in any way like the number that it should. The number of employers who I think employers should be made to have a number of people who are on the autism spectrum, a number of people who have just had a neurodivergent. I think it's really important we get away from this cookie cutter one size fits all everyone has to look the same and replicate one another's strengths in order to fit in. And yeah, I suppose my answer so far suggests that I don't think that nearly enough is done. I don't think the nearly enough is being done. There's so much talent and there's so much ability there's so much intuition and knowledge and just being wasted being sidelined being overlooked being ignored. And if it wasn't overlooked, how much richer we'd be, the companies that actively seek out people on the spectrum because they have an attention to detail perhaps that others don't have or they have a skill set that I was specially interested, which means that they know their stuff almost as much as a PhD student would know just because they're taught themselves that kind of auto didactic skills that so many autistic people have, if only there was a recognition that these aren't just skills that come from a hobby. These are skills that become so deeply engraved. So knowledge based and so worthwhile that their valuable if we could find and be made to find ways to fully utilize the gifts and the talents that we have from people on the autism spectrum, the world would be a much richer place because so many of the things that enrich the modern world were devised or created developed or initiated by people on the autism spectrum. Yeah, which is exactly what all too kind of trying to do. That's absolutely you've just given their remit basically their davids. And we know that for Thailand, their workplace at hollyoaks has they've made all those kinds of adjustments four Thailand. So there is some good practice happening out there, isn't there, but there is. But probably not enough. And I do want to also about people even disclosing that they are artistic before they can even get to the needs that I might have. It is this sense of disclosure. How do we change perceptions out there, David? Gosh, I think that we change perceptions by I think drawing a line that delineates between our understanding of terminology and understanding that the term different and the term normal shouldn't actually be the opposite of one another. That your normal isn't my normal. And the your differences could complement my differences. The fact is that we've created an environment where two often people who are different in any way feel as though they have to underplay or deny their differences and create some kind of fake fake normal that fits with other people. And I don't think that that I don't think that that's right and I don't think it helps. But I can understand why. You know, somebody walked into a typical edition and started by saying, I'm autistic. They don't know they don't know the reaction they're going to get. They don't know whether the person sitting opposite is going to get, you know, yeah, fine. You almost want to go in and say, could you just tell me what you think is autistic looks like? Hear what they say and then
AP News Radio
Santander, Hays, Kremer power O's past AL-leading Astros 3-1
"Dean Kramer allowed one run on four hits over 7 and two thirds innings as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Houston Astros three to one Kramer struck out three without walking anyone in the longest outing of his major league career Didn't really have my best change up towards the end of the outing and curveball pretty much kept me in it Curveball and cutter pretty much kept me in it and then flashed in the sinker and the four seam every once in a while Austin Hayes and Anthony Santander hit home runs for the Orioles who now trail Toronto by a game and a half for the American League's last wild card spot Adam spelling Houston
Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"cutter" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"I just feel like say whatever you want about wildflower and my comments about just being able to really be a fan and do your job at the same time. Yeah, wildflower, I shot right after prey. So I came back from Calgary last year in like September of 21. And wildflower was a tiny script and it was a very, very small budget. But it was fantastic script, an incredible, incredible cast, as you mentioned some of them, and kiernan shipka, and Jean Smart. All these wonderful wonderful actors, with a wonderful script, and with a director who I had not worked with before, but I felt I just knew we were going to get along. We had similar tastes. And you know, again, it's a thing when I feel like you're either in simpatico with someone or you're not. And I knew that we would be. And I wanted to do something that was the opposite of prey. So rather than this big sci-fi period piece, which even though my approach was naturalistic for the night work, we used lots and lots of lights and we had lots of big equipment with techno cranes and cable cams with remote heads and all these things. So I was very interested in actually doing something really small and intimate. And I did not operate on prey. I don't always operate, but I wanted to operate the camera as well on wildflower. And I think as you say, having that seat at the table, it was such a joy to kind of be there, you really are out there with the actors and you're watching their performances and you have to react to what they're doing. And it's such a, it is such a pleasure to get to see these brilliant actors work. And to sort of participate and hopefully kind of contribute to that in a way where it's like where I place the camera and where the camera goes during a scene to have that influence the storytelling process
AP News Radio
Melendez posts 6-RBI game as Royals smash Red Sox 13-5
"The Boston Red Sox dropped a 13 to 5 outcome against the Kansas City Royals with rookies driving in 12 of Kansas City's 13 runs Rookie catcher MJ Melendez in the 5th homeward off Red Sox starter cutter Crawford to open up the royals lead I was going for the punch out there so obviously didn't execute pitches in that situation through my hanging curveball and the one was blown out pretty good but he put a good swing on it Crawford gave up a season high 5 runs Melendez drove in 6 runs as a leadoff batter he's the first starting catcher as a leadoff hitter with 6 RBIs since 1901 Greg eklund Kansas City
AP News Radio
Haggerty hits pinch homer and M's hang on to beat Yanks 8-6
"Pinch hitter Sam haggerty opened the 7th inning with the go ahead Homer Andres muniz escaped the bases loaded jam in the 9th and the Seattle Mariners hung on for an 8 6 victory over the Yankees Haggerty batted for left handed hitting Jared Kellen against left hander Lucas ludic and broke a 6 6 tie by lifting a one O cutter into the left field stands His pitch is all would come into a right hander so you're definitely looking at trying to get something out over the plate that was going to come in and you know I was just fortunate enough to find a barrel The Mariners victory came just hours after a busy trade deadline across the league including in New York The yanks traded Jordan Montgomery and Joey Gallo ahead of Tuesday's game Krishna Arnold New York
AP News Radio
Rays score five in 7th, beat Boston 5-4 for four-game sweep
"The rays completed a four game sweep by scoring 5 times in the 7th inning to beat the Red Sox 5 four Taylor walls and yandy Diaz delivered two run singles following Josh Lowe's RBI double Boston appeared to be in control with cutter Crawford taking a three hit shutout into the 7th inning but he allowed three straight hits to start the frame leaving after Lowe's double John Schreiber entered with a 0.60 ERA and had stranded all 14 inherited runners this season but he gave up the two run singles Tommy Romero worked a scoreless 7th for his first major league win I'm Dave
The Charlie Kirk Show
Greg Abbott Orders Texas State Police to Return Migrants to Border
"I love your show and never miss it. Thank you. I've heard you be critical of Texas for their PR stunt of busing illegals to Washington D.C. it seems that they are starting to listen. Texas is now authorizing its own state level law enforcement to immediately remove all illegal crossers and put them at the port of entry in Texas. Do you believe this is the right move? Or do you want them to do even more? Becky from Fredericksburg, Texas, first of all, I love Fredericksburg, Texas. It's great, and that is what is happening. Governor Greg Abbott empower state authorities to return migrants to border crossings, breaking in just the last day. Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday cleared state authorities to return migrants. They apprehended the border, setting up a potential clash of the federal government over the authority to enforce immigration law. Thank you. That's what we've been calling for on the show for quite some time. We're not taking credit for it. We've been one among several voices, but not enough, Tucker, Bannon and others. Immigration law enforcement is a federal responsibility to the Texas tribune rights. Abbott appears to be testing the limits of state authority by empowering state law enforcement National Guard troops under state deployment to bring migrants to port of entry, stopping short of using state resources to expel migrants from the country as immigration hawks have increasingly called for in recent months. I call for that, obviously, we should be sending the illegals the lawbreakers, the vigilantes, the line cutters, and the criminals, because those are all descriptions of the people that break illegally into the country and send them back to where they came from. Now look, I want to say something about, you know, some of the illegals that are here. You know, some people say, well, Charlie, a lot of the illegals are here and they just want a better life. And I've always found a difficulty with this argument because imagine knowing you're breaking the law and staying there. I don't have a soft spot for those people. Now, for some of the children, I might have a soft spot like the DACA kids, I don't support Amnesty by any means whatsoever I support removal, but I'm just talking about from a tonal perspective to there's people that say, well, Charlie, come on. These people want a better life. Yeah, a lot of people want a better life. But you're breaking the law every day that you are here.
AP News Radio
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:56 a.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm Josh valenti a 4th of July shutout for the Boston Red Sox Correspondent get them cool ball with more Cutter Crawford helped pitch the Red Sox to a Ford and nothing Independence Day victory over the AL east rival rays Crawford earned the win after relieving opener Austin Davis allowing only two hits and striking out 8 over 5 and a third scoreless innings It was still a little different but you know I came out of open earlier this year and you know I haven't experienced art and so I just kind of combined both of those and went well Trevor's story blasted a fourth inning solo home run Rafael Devers had an RBI single in the 5th in Boston tacked on two more in the 8th ray's reliever Josh Fleming took the loss allowing four runs in 5 innings The win was Boston's third and 5 games while Tampa Bay snapped a three game win streak Trace Thompson hit a three run Homer as the Dodgers top Colorado 5 three Thompson leading the way to a 5th win in 6 games for Dave Roberts team He was here to hit left handed pitching and to play a good defense and that's what he's done So it was a big hit and then for us to tack on another couple of runs late was big Brittany griner made an appeal to president Joe Biden Monday more details from Ben Thomas In a handwritten note to the president Brittany greiner says she's terrified she might be in that Russian prison forever and pleads Biden not forget about her and other American detainees The two time Olympic gold medalist notes on the 4th of July her family normally honors the surface of those who fought for freedom including her father of Vietnam War veteran but she adds freedom means something completely different to her this year Russian authorities arrested griner in February on charges of possessing cannabis oil and she's now on trial The White House calls grinder's detention wrongful and says it's working aggressively to bring her home And at Wimbledon Nick curios reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal in 7 and a half years with a 5 set victory over Brandon nakashima the Australian hit 35 aces in the win I'm Josh rowntree AP
AP News Radio
Red Sox win 8th straight on Fourth of July, beat Rays 4-0
"Cutter Crawford help hits the Red Sox to a Ford and nothing Independence Day victory over the AL east rival rays Crawford earned the win after relieving opener Austin Davis allowing only two hits and striking out 8 over 5 and a third scoreless innings It was still a little different but you know I came out of open earlier this year and you know I have experienced art and so I just kind of combined both those went well Trevor's story blasted a fourth inning solo home run Raphael Deborah had an RBI single in the 5th and Boston tacked on two more in the 8th Rey's reliever Josh Fleming took the loss allowing four runs in 5 innings The win was Boston's third and 5 games while Tampa Bay snapped a three game win streak Geffen kuba
The Dan Bongino Show
Rand Paul: We Have to Drill Down on Rising Costs
"Of course center I you probably see in this right now Joe Biden who is seems to be lost in The White House calling for a gas tax pause I have a theory on this I'd love to get your take I think the Republicans should double down I think they should turn around and say you know what Now that you're a big tax cutter Joe We agree It's a great idea Let's pause it for 6 months Let's double it and while you're at it let's throw an amendment in there to make the Trump tax cuts permanent Your thoughts on that We shouldn't run from this We should embrace it Well absolutely on making the tax cuts permanent but I don't think we have any Democrat votes for that And it will point out their hypocrisy But really I think we need to keep drilling down on the cause of the gas prices going up in the first place There's generalized inflation and that's from the massive $6 trillion borrowed in the last two years when the fed buys the debt that create all this new money when it enters circulation to all the different $1400 checks They passed out to everyone It increases the demand and the prices rise So that's responsible for the prices across the board going up in gas there are some specific reasons Well you have an administration who says they want to end the era of gasoline powered cars So that scares people to death and scares the marketplace to data You have an administration that doesn't want to let people drill for a while So when you have restrictions on the supply basically the price goes up And there's also the war So I think speculation in the war has added to the problems But it's one thing after another and they act as if they don't understand what causes inflation but basically deficits and the financing of deficits by the Federal Reserve is what causes inflation and the way you fix inflation is you got to quit adding to the debt
The Dan Bongino Show
Democrats Run as Conservatives
"Jim think about this right When we run as conservatives we run as actual conservatives Right We believe in economic freedom so we run on tax cuts so people can have more of their money so they are free to spend it When we say we're for healthcare freedom we need patience being able to pick their own healthcare not the government We run on this stuff When we run on educational freedom and liberty we run on the premise that people should pick where their kids go to school That's an actual thing we run on But do you ever notice how when Democrats run specifically liberals a lot of liberals They'll run pretending they're doing something It's actually a Republican idea Joe Biden say oh I'm a deficit cutter Okay cutting deficits is in no way a premise a foundational premise of the Democrat party They'll spend any amount of money you give them The Democrats They're always faking it We're here to lower costs for healthcare Okay that's a free market thing Republicans have stood for it The Democrats run on it They do nothing of the sort They passed ObamaCare healthcare costs went up People's healthcare was canceled The worst thing you can do to a Democrat I will continue to insist this thick a mirror in front of them and show them who they really are Now On social issues it's not just anger It's outright red hot rage When you explain to a Democrat or show someone else who that Democrat show the Democrat who they really are the Liberal Democrat Social issues they go crazy When you point out the hypocrisy of their approach to what they call gun control and how these people are actually protected by guns again baby killer you want to kill people You want to murder kids They go nuts They go nuts Like an actual crazy person They go crazy
AP News Radio
Man gets life for killings in California, Texas
"A a a a homeless homeless homeless homeless man man man man who who who who pleaded pleaded pleaded pleaded guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to multiple multiple multiple multiple killings killings killings killings in in in in California California California California in in in in Texas Texas Texas Texas gets gets gets gets life life life life in in in in prison prison prison prison fifty fifty fifty fifty year year year year old old old old Ramon Ramon Ramon Ramon Escobar Escobar Escobar Escobar was was was was sentenced sentenced sentenced sentenced Friday Friday Friday Friday he he he he pled pled pled pled guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen killing killing killing killing of of of of his his his his aunt aunt aunt aunt and and and and uncle uncle uncle uncle in in in in Houston Houston Houston Houston Texas Texas Texas Texas after after after after their their their their disappearance disappearance disappearance disappearance police police police police questioned questioned questioned questioned him him him him he he he he fled fled fled fled to to to to LA LA LA LA where where where where prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors say say say say he he he he began began began began attacking attacking attacking attacking mostly mostly mostly mostly homeless homeless homeless homeless people people people people he he he he pled pled pled pled guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to killing killing killing killing five five five five men men men men and and and and injuring injuring injuring injuring seven seven seven seven with with with with bolt bolt bolt bolt cutters cutters cutters cutters or or or or baseball baseball baseball baseball bat bat bat bat Escobar Escobar Escobar Escobar told told told told police police police police he he he he killed killed killed killed some some some some of of of of the the the the victims victims victims victims because because because because they they they they hated hated hated hated him him him him were were were were disrespectful disrespectful disrespectful disrespectful to to to to law law law law enforcement enforcement enforcement enforcement or or or or he he he he robbed robbed robbed robbed them them them them because because because because he he he he needed needed needed needed money money money money I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
AJ Reflects on Where His Path Diverged From His Best Friend Ronnie
"Ronnie at this point was doing very well with let's call it illicit illicit sales of recreational drugs, okay? He got to be pretty big around the neighborhood because of a certain mafiosa who lived in down on the cutter court of mister Moretti. And mister Moretti employed a lot of young guys who wanted to go that route. I didn't want to go that route. Ronnie went that route. And I've told this story before in that me and Ronnie did everything together. In fact, we went and saw the movie Scarface together. The only difference was when the movie ended, Ronnie wanted to be Tony Montana, and I wanted to be Al Pacino. And we kind of both got what we wanted to a degree.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Why Did Larry Taunton Visit Cuba?
"Hey folks, welcome back. We're talking to my friend Larry Alex Taunton, who knows a little bit about communism. In fact, ten minutes ago, or maybe it was two days ago, he was in Cuba. Larry, why? Were you in Cuba? Well, it's interesting, Eric, I've wanted the opportunity to get into Cuba for many, many years now, and it seems I was always blocked. And on this occasion, I had the opportunity to go for humanitarian reasons, but it gave me the opportunity to really look at the underbelly of communism there. And of course, what you find is that any communist state, kind of like Islamic states, they create cookie cutter a country. They all kind of look the same in terms of their poverty, the way their secret police operates. And in this kind of thing. But Cuba relates to our conversation about Ukraine. In explaining why we are where we are. John F. Kennedy decided that the west simply would not tolerate a Russian missiles 90 miles off of our coast. We were very nervous about having a Russian puppet state, rightly so, right off of the coast of the United States, bay of pigs happened all of these things. The efforts to destabilize the Castro regime. Well, this time it's reversed. The Russians see us. As putting a puppet state right up against their border
Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"cutter" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Fine because it was never that serious. So did you regret being married ever? No, but I think to your advice. That's incredible question. When I so I did this girl for a long time before I was married, like going way back and to your point about not getting hung up on that person or trying to look for that person, other people that you date when you're post breakup, it's a 100% true, because you're getting your own head and then nobody's good enough and then you don't dated anybody for a long time, which is what happened to me. And so that's what I would best be advised to give for this person is don't do that. But here's the one thing I want to say about his trepidation of breaking people's hearts on Tinder is there's a good chance that they're also talking to a bunch of other dudes too. Like the fact that you're talking two to three, four girls, they're probably talking to three three four guys. So if you drop out, they're probably not gonna cry over it. Yes, that's a very, very good point. You can get really caught up in your own ego where you're like, oh, well, I have to let this one girl down. And, you know, you're like, no, actually, she's talking to like 7 guys. Just one of the 7 guys. You're on the harmony, your batch or like Christian mingo and it was almost like maybe don't ghost them, but it's pretty tender. So you're saying don't go on. Yeah, like a more serious dating website. Like Tinder's not a serious dating. eHarmony, be nicer, Tinder, just stop replying. Wild west. Tinder bumble, do whatever you want. We should have a dating person on to answer these because I'm getting sick of answering the dating ones. I just am. I've hit a creative peak. Or I shouldn't even call it a beak. Yeah. We've plateaued Kyle, well said. And you already asked you recycled the the question is to Rudy. Do you regret getting married? Who is that Cole Hauser? That question. You've got nothing left. You're recycling questions out. Well, it reminds me of rip a lot. So good jawline. To answer the question, no, I don't. Previously owned Yellowstone. All right, we'll talk to you guys on Friday. We got vilma and a replacing quarterback. We're not going to make it a draft, but I did some research on this. It's going to be pretty interesting. So we'll be back. Please subscribe. Thanks for calling Steve. I'm still a podcast ring..
Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"cutter" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"You may remember from last year, hightown came out on stars and I immediately loved it because it reminded me a home, I'm from our stranger, a little different than anywhere on the cape, but there are some real similarities. And Rebecca cutter is the creator of the showrunner and incredible incredible person behind this show. We're in season two, what's on stars about 5 episodes in, and let's talk about it. So it's good to talk to you again. How are you? I'm great. Thank you so much for having me and, you know, thanks for watching this show. Yeah, well look, I mean, it's whatever we cover the first time around. I was like, this is exactly what it's like. It's back to that thing. Oh, I think exactly the target audience. Yeah. It's been here, so perfect. The part of it that is not on brand, the off season, blue collar, element that nobody seems to get unless you're from there, where it's not just people walking around in darksiders arguing over their yachts and where they're going to park them. So what I love immediately about it is I feel like everybody's even a better version of themselves in season two. I'm not sure you get that with every show, especially some of the premium shows like this one. How I'm sure you notice it, you wouldn't disagree with me here, but whether it's Jackie, whether it's ray, whether it's all of the characters are like a very comfortable version of who they become off of what they built in season one. Yeah, well, I think every character switched positions, like, you know, ray was like this cocky cop season one and like now he's down in the dumps and Jackie was like this hot mess season one. Now she kind of has her shit together and she's getting into her real relationship and she's a cop. So but these actors are so good that they just took these changes and destroyed and built it into what they'd already built. And just it feels so real and they all feel like oh shit, like this depth of character. So that's the acting for sure. And I think raised nailing the kind of dirt back state troopa, he's nailing it now in a way where it feels like he's more comfortable. I mean, it's not just the accent and everything else. He feels like a lot of guys I know. Yeah. And James badge Dale to his part, I mean, he's like, you know, he's arguably one of the more famous actors on the show and he has such a long career, but he's a real dude in real life. I mean, he's just like so not down and dirty, like in a bad way, but he's just a real guy. And I think he's really comfortable doing that, lived in. That's not an act. So I think that's a really great melding of character. And the factor. How much did you have, I don't know if it worked from a pitch. I know we talked before you wrote the pilot and an agent was like, hey, we could probably get this done. So I don't know what the pitch process. Let me just go back to that. What was the pitch process for this? So, you know, I wrote it like you said. I wrote it on my own, CA was like, I was like, it's just a sample, you know, don't get any high hopes, and they're like, no, I think we can sell this. So we went out and JB Draper came our TV came on board, and we went out. And we basically, we did a very small pitch. It's called a drop off pitch. It's when you already have a script. So you're just basically like going in and doing a little razzle dazzle to make them read the script. So it's like a ten 15 minute pitch kind of pretty much just me saying like how you know, why am I the person to write this? What should what makes me passionate about it? What should make you passionate about it? Why is this a good idea for a show? And then let the script speak for itself. How much is season two season three? Did you already have down?.
"cutter" Discussed on Negotiate Anything
"Jason so but before you go Can you let the listeners know about your podcast and the upcoming book again and how they can connect with you. Yes oh my podcast is. The sales experience podcast. You can find it. I tunes stitcher. Spotify all those places and Yeah it's really about helping people improve their sales experience. Both sales rep sales teams for themselves and for their customers. Which i think is so important. All the stuff. We've been talking about The book again is called selling with authentic persuasion. And so that'll be coming out soon. And the best places to places to find me one is just really basic central hub. I put together as jason cutter dot com so on there as links for everything from the podcast to e books and other resources. I have and and wait a scheduled time to talk to me. For salespeople and managers you can also go to cutter consulting group dot com and..
"cutter" Discussed on Negotiate Anything
"My mom is a banker. My dad is an engineer group. In a non sales household. In fact i grew up in an anti sales sales household such that. When we would go buy a car my mom would be. We would be there for five hours. Usually because my mom would battle the car sales person and negotiate and then they'd have to get manager and then she negotiate with the manager because she you after being in banking she viewed sales people in negative light because she saw so much fraud so she just applied that a broadly And so what happens. She went into those in battle mode. versus you know when it's done in a different way. Every year compliance regulations change thousands of times and every year. Adp makes thousands of seamless platform updates so businesses can focus on everything else. Like running their business grow stronger. Adp hr talent time and payroll. This is a great example. And so let's say let's use as an example like that. Somebody has the mentality that sales people are bad actors and they put up their defenses as a sales person. What can you do to try to reframe. The conversation in a way that makes it more likely for the person to engage. Well it's it's interesting because it's probably gonna lead into the second point which i won't jump to it about the empathetic reversing But really it's about not doing the things that will trigger the prospect using the term prospect. Not trigger them to think that you're a salesperson but instead think of more as No matter what you're doing even if you're selling a if if i were to sell cars my goal is to sell cars and make a commission however there's a different way we can have the conversation. I can have a different motivation with you. Because i want to help you. And that's how i'm gonna win. Is when i help you win. And when you're happy and so not doing the things that other sales people do that trigger. All of those alarm bells like the overexcited. Nece the over report the the the crazy over the top. You know there's place for some of those slick closing lines. But the hey if i can show you how to save money today. Is this something you wanna buy. You know before you leave like those kind of things. Say oh my gosh. This is a.
"cutter" Discussed on Negotiate Anything
"All the time of anything that's gonna happen versus missing one tiger and then being killed right like our brains wanna keep us alive long enough to procreate and that's pretty much it now of course in our common reality for most people. There's not too much to be afraid of like that but our brain is still afraid of change. And that's the biggest challenge that sales people come up against is eons and eons of brain wiring that makes people afraid of change. Obviously if you go to the store and you need to buy some new paper towels and your brand out you got to pick a different one. That's a low barrier to change. Maybe it's a low risk. You might still hate it. I bought some bad paper towels in the past. You know but like then there's bigger choices a car house anything like that. It represents change..
Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"cutter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"It was door knocking or social media or earned media or phone calls or videos you have to figure out how people want to be communicated where an adjuster strategy so not a not a black and white situation. You know you're totally right. I'm a nerd. Built my first computer with assad during iron. I'm that old. But i always say a great sign of a bad campaign as at ninety percent of the talk is about the plumbing. Not the water. Because messages everything in their million coal ways to distribute it and some are more efficient and others stuff you can optimize but if a campaign is meeting all day about. Hey there's a new kind of digital sign that will read a license plate and target the car but the contents no good. It doesn't matter. I mean i remember asks weird some panel after two thousand eight and i said then and i believe now and i don't think you disagreed with me. You can now through believe so that barack obama would have won in two thousand eight without the internet because the message was superior and people found they get now the internet health. It was a huge amplifier. You guys did amazing things with it but we overestimate the tactical trickery as important as it is and forget about the core stuff probably. We needed the money that the internet produced for us in that campaign. It was it you know. It was a valuable thing at particularly at the beginning of it. It fed on itself and it became you know hugely important. But yeah the you're absolutely right. Message is is the key. An and jason understand You don't decide who to talk to Based on social media. Social media's tool that you use to talk to people there's data that's valuable valuable but there are other means of understanding who it is that you're trying to reach and should be reaching and what messages Resonate with them. So ty lets see for mike murphy. Do you think the gop can become the party of wisdom in the future instead of the party of reacting looking backwards. I hear a lot of comments. Even on the podcast. Wow about communism and unions and snowflakes. I don't know who he's talking about. But i rarely hear about a building a better future are you are hope and optimism principals only found on the left these days or do you see a way for the right to turn things around great question. You snowflake i actually don't throw the snowflake thing around maybe not enough. It's true i. I'm an old soviet area studies guy. I actually was in russia. Pre gorbachev i was there today. They announced andropov is the new leader in so. I can't resist peppering. The stuff with old comedy analogies as i like to say when the red star fits where it comrade axelrod. But i do that mostly for levity. You are right in your assertion. Dear correspondent that optimism winds campaigns most of the time you can run a grievance campaign has been very successful when you have a grievance country when people say things are very much on the wrong track and we've had a lot of that bernie was a grievance candidate of one flavor trump of course was the master cancerous grievous candidate but i hope the republican party does move back to a message of opportunity and growth and breaking down barriers. So people can succeed in the american dream no matter where they're from. I think that is our best winning hand. That is our best policy. And that's where we've got to get. It's going to be a battle. In the short term to get there. Because both parties have found the grievance weapon can work and it becomes self reinforcing in the electorate. But ultimately i prefer and why i'm so guarantee anti-trump and anti-populist knucklehead henry i prefer the reaganite message the jeb bush message of opportunity for everybody and optimism about america. So yeah that's the recipe. We gotta get back to it if we want to become a national governing party again. all right. Our final mega question from tyler for brother axelrod tyler writes. I'm a twenty something congressional staffer who works in the field for a moderate republican member but my ideological home is always been within the democratic party. Give me one sec tyler. We need to look into this and the internal charity. Yeah exactly trader in our midst tyler. Your fight for that moderate member. We need say about people three members you might be talking about but anyway go ahead. Yeah no exactly. We've just probably probably tyler if i were you. Change your name and go into hiding. But there's a question so he works for itchy. Really named tyler. Yeah actually ted cruz crafty. So anyway tyler's ideological home has always been. He writes within the democratic party. I hope to marry my political experience to campaigning for candidates that are more ideologically in line with my principles in other words abandoned the gop. What is the best way for me to go about. Pursuing campaigner political work on the democratic side of this midterm elections. I would say step one. Stop working for republican guys. How do you crack democratic world. Yeah it's an interesting. That is an interesting journey to make. But the truth of the matter is that there are a lot of Centre-left moderate Democratic members of the house remember two thousand eighteen. The the vast majority of those members came from swing districts And our Are are you know. More moderate in their approach a lot of them in suburban areas And they're going. Have you know there's going to be A lotta contests In these places this year. I mean the suburbs will continue to be a battleground where republicans will try and claw back and democrats will try and hold onto it They have and you know. I would just look at the roster of those races and And inquire of them how you might get involved. D triple c probably could help you put. They will ask you exactly. They're going to ask you about your journey. Tyler and You know what. But here's what i feel if a kid is working for republican member decides. That is not where he wants to be. I think that should be encouraged. I think that should be embraced. I think it's okay to have your first job. And then evolved the file your heart. The other thing. I'd tell you tyler is the smart dem's operatives will understand that somebody who has field experience with republican voters. Suburban can speak center. Republican is a useful tool for the democrats speaking. Aoc twenty four. Seven does not grow their pie. So you have some skills. I would end republican career before you try to start your democratic. Don't be too clever by half but follow your heart and stay in politics. Exactly cutter agrees do already so send your resume to both of them. Leave me alone traitor. I kid tyler. I'm staying in for. The fight is hopeless as becomes and stephanie. Let's wrap up by thanking you for improving hex on tap as you always do by guesting with us. Thank you for having me always coming on this and keep the campaign gone where we're all fauria. Hollywood we're we're going to organize. David knows a few people in chicago. Who specialize in finding votes overnight in the hundred so send a merola hundreds of balto. Multiply your support. Not we gotta get rum in on. This already talked to you next time. All right brother.
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"With that it was a fascinating race because one it is a big electorate is probably the biggest single in size you know. Democratic primary progressively inning electorate in the country and it was a rejection of that stuff. Now i think our local factors the crime rate. I think is part of it Kind of revulsion. A bill de blasios failures was part of in and under old school. Politics adams had a great base. He was a borough president. Yep good story. He was african american. That's why i was always short. Yang one a few beds on that because the voters of color moved late in these primaries particularly in new york. And we've kind of seen this happen before but it's pretty impressive and i think democrats i. I was on television on nbc with a nice progressive who was pounding. Now as a matter of we didn't energize. You know the magic. No you gotta you gotta wake up and smell the coffee here The cop thing is not the easy winner that i think some people in progressive politics fought. I mean miley had despite her bring campaign under the leadership of precision strategies else yet. Afc's endorsement right in the middle of aoc land. Now i think endorsements were always massively overrated but still it was a pretty good litmus test of that sorta messaging in a modern urban large democratic electorate Verses a little more traditional back to the tom bradley days first. African american mayor of la Also an ex policeman and you know people people like a mare who stands for some stability order incompetence and i think the pieces off fit together form and he had a very diverse coalition for him or middle class voters latinos. He became the outer jackley and any dominated african american voters despite multiple black candidates. Wish make a few points though. Here one is you. You say the crime issue animated this race. Crime is up a thirty percent in big cities across the country so this has national implications donald trump And i know we. We don't like to speak his name. That often here but he was out over the weekend. And you know in between his bleeding is about the you know the martians. Coming in and changing votes in In in montana He's now backed up by the pentagon on that martian. I'm going to reread his comments. But he You know he made a big law and order pitch and i think you're going to hear a republicans doing that. What adams's saying is we've got a better answer. You know which is a balanced approach to this yes support Safety support Policing but also support civil rights and You know he may have hit. He may have hit the sweet which sweet sweet spot. We'll see what was just real quickly. Just don't underestimate that biography. You know everybody is a liberal till they get mugged and once you're a mugged white liberal voting for an african american cop with real. Experience is kind of your dream outcome. 'cause you can make a statement about diversity and he can also make sure that there's going to be a squad car going down your street once a while so he was it. All kind of work for my thought but that cop thing was huge. This is by the way how your democratic parents from detroit explain what happened to you so no no. I was never mugged. My father went on the record. The detroit news. Saying i fill out of the stroller sue. The price he paid was me becoming a report. Speaking of republicans. Mike pence was out this week or last week at the reagan library and i thought his remarks were really Interesting strategically let's listen to that and kick this around truth is there's almost no idea more un-american than the notion that any one person could choose the american president. The presidency belongs to the american people and the american people alone. If the clip ran. You'd hear he got applause at the reagan library for that but he also has had some conservative forums recently murphy where he got booed and called a traitor He's obviously he's. He's made his bed. He's going to sleep in it. He knows that there's no crossing the rubicon back. He praised trump I should should. I say he at this event but he but he. He drew the line on on this issue of the election in january. Six stuff what has his level He pulls well because his name is known He's closely evangelical z- Is is pence is pence viable as pence is pence. What is pence's standing relative to twenty twenty four while he has enough to be in the hunt and they are out doing things. I am reporting in from the accent tap. Underground bunker in new hampshire and a pence definitely is trying to set up to run. I think he thinks his is Coalition would be traditional conservatives and evangelicals. So he doesn't wanna give up any moral high ground. He knows he'll be off under that attack. So he's trying to build his perch. I think he's also doing what a lot of candidates want to do after an experience like this which is kind of himself and his clear he was uneasy. You know his activity and he's paid a political price for shows at so. I think you're gonna see authentic mike pence now. I think it's going to be a hard run for him because he's kind of french. Vanilla ice cream is not over knocked. And he's not beyond trump because he was in the middle of it all and he's not pure trump. You know you've got others out there. I mean we viewed as visha franchise cream by some of the republican. His definition is for you there. Oh my god hang on for minute. Where we all a moment of silence for the death of the american pun. But but let. Let's listen to nikki. Haley the most cynical person in republican politics who was out on the stump in iowa to get kind of a little pre-primary taste of what they're doing so pence is doing conservative. Good soldier honest man wouldn't go there on the sixth. Now let's listen to what haley who's been on both sides of the trump thing and saint out in iowa. Her speech centered on three big challenges. He says america faces right now stopping what she calls a rise in socialism saving quote american culture and stopping the us from becoming quote weaker when it comes for foreign relations. Joe biden has been a gift to every country that hates america and wants to hurt us. He's the polar opposite of donald trump. Yeah there you go. So she has gone from pro-trump to not sure about trump. now she's back to if only we had another trump vets pure iowa caucus Music there and that's that's hit she is trying to play not nuanced at all and shall have competition. There will be ten people saying that. Yes she actually had a forty eight hours or so where she condemned trump on the election stuff and then got rebuked and came back. She she's been Stephanie more Agile shall we say about trying to skate. This terrain Than anyone else remember. She was ardently anti trump when he ran for president and scrambled back and became as un ambassador. Managed to be one of the few people left the administration You know in his good graces and not under indictment or any other issue. She's one of the few cabinet members that.
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"Who are anxious about how you pay for something like a six trillion dollar reconciliation package and Mark warner Coons senator carper. They're all gonna have real questions about how you pay for something like this so it's not just mentioned in cinema. They've got a lot of work to do to bring the entire caucus along and don't underestimate the republican windmills ability with a lot of republican house very happy to try to change the subject away from trump and space lasers To explain to the country that six trillion dollars is one and a half times the cost of the second world war. It's not a small thing and that is very comfortable republican territory to say you know what we had a brilliant trillion dollar plan to bridges in for your kids water everything care about but bernie sanders and afc in the squatter so liberal. They wanna bankrupt the country. Instead and joe biden folded like a chair that we go on full old school offense a thing which every republican is todd starting in third grade. And that's going to turn up the pressure. Which is why i think there's a high stakes gamble here for biden. But i think if he plays chicken with the left in the end. I don't think they're going to deny that. Bipartisan bill because if such a huge political victory to the ours if if it blows up i'm stephanie. I'm thinking of the thing you know we were together during the affordable care act Fight and i'm thinking about nancy pelosi and that back in two thousand and ten you know we lost that seat up massachusetts. You painfully remember Didn't have sixty votes to change the bill that the senate had passed the house had passed the senate bill. They hated the senate bill. We were twenty votes short. And you know. I watch pelosi now. She's sort of flaying the white house a little. She's poking the white house and it reminds me of how smart she is Because her members need to see her doing as she tries to bring them over to the to the deal that they're going to have to support nobody is better at this than pelosi and that may be One of the best things. That biden has going for him here in terms of trying to make this thing cohere one.
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"Leverage. Yeah i mean reality bites and the reality here is that mansion in cinema are not going to be at least right now for a six trillion dollar human infrastructure bill. It's going to take some time to figure out what exactly they will be. Four mansion opened the door to it over the weekend on a sunday show And said that if we can't get something done he'd be open to reconciliation but he's not going to be for a multi trillion dollar bill. They're going to have to work on it so that is a that door. That swung open should be taken seriously because they're not going to get it done otherwise. Yeah well swung. Open is a little bit of overstatement. He opened it to about two trillion dollars length. It an open all the way. Yeah and that's the point. I mean the point is that The you can't get this infrastructure bill without progressives and progressives can't get their reconciliation bill without mansion and this been the flaw all along when people say well screw the republicans. Let's do it ourselves it. I've said this before here. We talked about this last week. When murphy wasn't he murphy. Was i think doing his vegas nightclub act. Last weekend wasn't here but he week try to deal but anyway You know that this is the reality that they need each other and there is. There aren't fifty votes without mansion and cinema. And so yeah reality bites. The question is are are are progresses feeling it and can they land the ship here yet and it's not just mantis cinema. We should say there's a lot of moderate summer democratic.
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"Said house mitch. Mcconnell ever going to be for something like this. If joe biden is putting down ultimatum that he's only going to move infrastructure if you can get the other larger bill done but when i heard biden say that You know i did say holy shit and the speed at which they moved to try to fix it Told me that that was not a plant talking point. Oh no no no no. In fact on your mcconnell point we got a little snippet of mcconnell who on the floor of the senate literally within minutes of biden saying what he said but laugh at optimism. Short lived less than two hours after publicly. Commending our colleagues. Actually in the bipartisan agreement. The president took the extraordinary of threatening to veto it. It was a tale of two press. Conferences endorsed the agreement in one breath and threatened to veto. It and mcconnell hasn't even endorsed this bill himself and yet he's He's already a crying crocodile. tears about the about this misbegotten scheme and sawn. Well yeah but but biden gave him an easy show no question he dunked the ball you know. I mean he'd have to be a black granite not to figure that out but go ahead. What was your no. But i mean it's my point is i think mitch mcconnell would be. He'd be happy if the thing Went down destroyed by where he could pick. He could portrayed as being destroyed by the left because in a sense yes everybody wants the infrastructure but if biden gets this dunk this up. Big thing for biden right. I mean he campaigned on the idea that he could work with republicans And this would be evidence of that. That doesn't help. Mcconnell whose fundamental goal is to elect republicans defeat democrats. Yeah i i think mitch is looking at a fork in the road and smiling you know i can. I can hear him almost hitting the intercom button. Jasper bringing martini. Because things are looking pretty good. This is a you know. A dem's of set him up on one hand they can go ahead and they don't have the republican vote shit. There's some controversy in the republican party about this because some republicans say. Look a big bipartisan infrastructure. Deal i mean just talking about the politics of it is really good for a president of any flavor so this is good for biden. Good for biden is bad for us. So why are we for this thing again and then people say well we gotta show the world we can do. The country needs infrastructure and all. These paul's live a life. Where the phone's ringing with the local people the polls in their state all wanted of either party most places so one path for mcconnell where he thinks he wins is yep biden. Gets a win here. But my guys can cut ribbons. We have something to say we got done and we can go back to total warfare on the big social spending which is our natural thing and we think we can win that fight. Let's have it. The other route forum is the democrats and their fight between their trotskyites their mental a big blow up a powerful infrastructure. Bill a crown of bipartisan. Ship that i mitch. Mcconnell of work so hard for and they get to wash the senate and crocodile tears and politically. That works pretty well too so either way. Mcconnell can see a win here. I think some members of his caucus most hardcore politicos are like no blow the whole thing up others really want to be able to go out and say you know they've done something. I mean this thing. This infrastructure bill reminds me of the old joke of. I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out because they wanna fight over the big social stuff. The democrat left and centre with some concerns wants wants. The programs biden. Wants them the republican who oppose him. It's a classic liberal conservative brawls. Very normal but there's i think enough of them with some republicans to agree on classic infrastructure. Bill so that's where we were. But now mckenna's more than happy to reinforce any biden errors and i think as We're talking about the the bind guys balanced off as quick as they can think shed zell you know set a land speed record running to the capitol and did a pretty good job of firefighting but now the progressives are threatening and mcconnell's is gonna cackle and buy popcorn yes stephanie. You know I said when this whole thing started that ultimately because people are saying well can he strike a deal with republicans The big negotiations between democrats right. And that's just beginning right now and you can see That you know. The progresses are watching a mansion and cinema. And they're saying well wait a second week at decisive votes here too. We can be the goes. Why do they get all the.
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"Me. I'm not signing while paul. Call the office bump in the infrastructure road. Here cracking the bridge they got any others Yeah on the twentieth pothole. We can see ground. Mike murphy good to see a brother and get you. We have the perfect person to discuss. All of these developments Veteran a veteran of many national campaigns including some i was involved in veteran of the white house the creator of the precision media firm a behemoth astride the washington environment. There stephanie cutter and future emmy award winner. If if america comes to its senses and we have the voters a little later waclaw. A vast. Hollywood listenership. So we're going to throw the weight of hacksaw tap behind an emmy situation later. Because stephanie cutter up produced in my view A convention of virtual convention that will revolutionize political conventions and drag them from the nineteenth century into the twenty first century In a way that was really noteworthy. Hopefully the emmy people will note that we'll talk more about that later but infrastructure. Yeah here we are we. We are stumbling a little less. Well why don't we do a quick recap for the normal people who listen who aren't obsessed with kremlinology of this day to day. So i'll do the quick recap and you guys correct my malapropism mistakes here but fundamentally we have an hour from you i take this abuse Okay so A bunch of republicans got involved. A bunch of democratic senators negotiate with biden came up with a eight year trillion. Point to plan for the kind of hard infrastructure this most popular bridges roads internet water etc and then the president under pressure from his progressives away a minute don't go make some trillion dollar infrastructure delta republicans. If you don't have a commitment you're gonna pass the multi trillion dollar. The democrats would say social justice and badly needed infrastructure bill republicans would say welfare boondoggle and now. Lightning bolts are being thrown. The republican senators appear to be back on board because president biden said. No no no. I gave my word pass it. Standalone in the progressives are saying wait a minute. we're not gonna get hustled. Here and mitch mcconnell's throwing gasoline on the whole fire. That would that. are there good dramatization of Of what's going on here stephanie. You and. I've been backstage many times when candidates were speaking at press conferences and sawn every once in a while something happens where you just look at each other and say holy shit. This is a problem. Yeah and This this was one of those And so what was your. What was your reaction when you watched all of this unfold. Well actually david you. And i were talking that day Watching it together. And we both.
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"Plus if you buy a device you can get A free six months Trial a lot of people have bought disney plus and of course there is net flicks. So i see how this is happening in way back when brayden and i will talk about how eventually is going to get to where you just have your services and the different shows that you want will show up on those services and was really cool about the apple. Tv is they have a way to aggregate various services into an app. That shows you. What's new what you're watching. And just kind of scrolls across the top. It says up next. That is really nice. So you don't have to launch the application it you just hit play and it launches it automatically for you and when you watch the show just cues up the next one. I think i. I don't know if this is available on android or the The fire tv. But that is i believe the future. I think we will be buying services like this and eventually just get rid of Say at and t. Tv or any of the other streaming services They will all offer a live version and So instance for instance if you get peacock you could watch all the nbc. shows That are live. You know that would be on regular cable. Tv service he would just be able to watch him live or just watch them on demand. I think that's where everything's going. Let us know how many services use subscribe to think in this house. We have about seven and nine. That's on the list but We do have quite a bit but it does include a four people in the family and to those people pay for their own services but of course we share amongst ourselves are with that. That is the news. We're going to go back in history and we'll catch up with brayden and we'll run. I think we have one last feature to run and then we'll call it all right. I'm back all right brandon I can't tell you what happened in the future. Because now i'm back in the past and let's just get to hear that would mess up the whole time. Yeah but what. We can't time police in all that stuff. yes In fact when i was there. I got a speeding ticket on the way back. But that's all right. I'll go to court and deal with it all right so anyway Back here in the past. We found article over at c net. Which is the best. Ota dvr for cord cutters and brayden in. I used to have over the air recording capabilities but we stopped using that for quite some time. And when i saw this article i thought it'd be great to share that with some of our listeners. Who are fortunate enough to live near their transmitters. Were product like this would really come in handy. Yup so the best overall ota dvr for cord cutters is the amazon fire tv recast and this one. They say is their pick for most looking to cut. The cord is not perfect this over there..
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"Platform has jumped from just twelve percent of the market in two thousand fifteen to thirty six percent in q one of this year steadily growing and taking market share away from competitors the only streaming provider in the same league is roku with an equal thirty six percent. As of this year though even roku has slowly been losing ground in twenty twenty one. if you look at. There's a chart in the news story. Of course we'll have a link to it. Roku from twenty fifteen to twenty one is stayed between thirty five and thirty at the highest twenty nine hundred thirty nine percent and then back down to thirty six percent here in twenty twenty one so they have had a pretty stable market. Share fire tv on the other hand amazon has gone from twelve percent and it has steadily increased all the way up to thirty six percent in two thousand twenty one apple tv in twenty fifteen hundred fifteen percent market share their peak in two thousand sixteen was nineteen percent and then it is pretty much hovered between fifteen and twelve percent since Then chromecast twenty one percent and it has dropped down to eight percent and the category other also seventeen percent and today it is at six percent What does article did not say is if they were including smart. Tv's in this these. Are i believe just streaming devices. I do think a lot of subscribers are moving away from the actual box and using the television itself to do streaming but still. It's a pretty impressive. Gain for the fire tv and roku they are still dominant but they definitely have company alright and our last new story is an eighteen month period. That saw the launches of apple tv plus disney plus qube peacock. Hbo max discovery plus an paramount. Plus the term subscription fatigue has emerged into the lexicon and kind of Conventional wisdom that the market would expand only so much to accommodate so many new entrance. And here's how it breaks down in q one of two thousand sixteen The number of people who had zero services was about twenty five percent thirty percent and people who had four or more services was a tiny maybe five percent and the big majority of people who actually had services was in the one service that was about twenty percent or so and The about another twenty percent four Maybe a little bit less for To services i'm trying to read from chart does not very precise. That's why i'm i'm guessing. Rounding move over to twenty twenty one and the people who.
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"Radio telling you F L A Pitch 6 52, and we're joined now by James Judge, The CEO, a judge, public relations and James is out to save the The Coast Guard cutter. I think it's pronounced a dak. But to make it part of a museum here in Saint Petersburg. This thing was commissioned in 1989. But on September 11th The cutter, aided an evacuation efforts and transported first responders and established security zone to prevent further attacks. But basically it has a very rich history here as part of 9, 11 and James, I don't understand why the president and the government Wants to send it to Indonesia. Oh, thanks, Jack. Katie in here in the morning for having for having me. I appreciate it. Um, I don't understand a lot of things that our government does. Uh, this one is probably one of the more bone headed moves that I've seen. You're as you mentioned the coast Recovery attack has an extremely rich history. Not only did it help coordinate and oversee the largest rescue in world history when half a million people were evacuated from lower Manhattan on 9 11. A day that, you know, tragic day that our nation will never forget. Hopefully, um, and also captured some of the very first enemy prisoners of war in Iraq when we a Nair force 81 30 gunship on the night of shock and awe. Blasted in Iraqi patrol boat was the crew, the Coast Guard Cutter eight act. It did save the Iraqi crew out of the water and then took them prisoner, turning them over to coalition forces. Um, it also is down here in Florida and Florida Straits and 94 during the Cuban mass exodus. When somebody Cubans were trying to escape communism and come to the United States of America that in that pursuit of freedom, this cutter has an extremely rich history. And I think it's absolutely worth shaving. Um you know, our our mission is to bring it back here I formed of the Coast Guard Cutter eight action. Historical society, and we want to bring it back here making into a 9 11 memorial museum and even the training platform for use. Yeah, we don't have a lot of time here to save it. James and I want to get your initiative here in a second. But do we know how much what the dollar value is on the sale of this thing or what? They're attempting to get for this. I don't know. I'll tell you this. The Coast Guard cutter Bainbridge Island, which was another 110 ft Coast Guard cutter was sold at GSD auction for about $150,000. I don't know what the attack is going for. But you know if it's anything like the Daimler Jar, which is the same exact style cutter for the price of a Tesla, we could potentially, you know, save Ah national treasure. That is a no 9 11 artifacts, historic relics, So I don't think it's about the money. I mean, that's not what they're doing. This is about a political favor. In Indonesia. That's where they want to send the cutter. But here's my point. We have five other 110 ft patrol boats that are all being decommissioned over in the king of Bahrain, where this cutter is currently based, out of any one of those congealed in its place. Or there are several other 110 ft cutters here in the United States that could go over to The kingdom of Bahrain. Looks like the Department of State just doesn't want to deal with bringing it back to United States. However, you know, we've got some congressmen that have jumped onboard three congressmen. So far. We expect more this week. That air trying tol puss in our efforts to save the cutter, so Big Thank you to Congressman Gospel. Arrakis, who, you know, initiated that effort. Then Charlie Crist, who also jumped on and sign that letter on has been supporting Bill Arrakis and our efforts on that. And then Congressman Lee's album Zoning out of New York is also helping One quick thing. Where would it be A ZPA wrote of a museum effort here in ST Petersburg. Where would we have a just down by the waterfront or near the pier? Well, there were actually three potential locations we had discussed with clear water. It was a possibility of ST Pierre's. We're looking at the area by the pier down by actually, it's in the port area. I think it's currently there's a building leased by USF, but we were looking over back there by Coast Guard sector ST Petersburg, which is actually a historic to air base. Um, we may have put it there and maybe one USS leases up Look, at least in that building and building was actually designed as a museum. We might turn into a larger, you know, life stating Coast Guard and Armed Forces Museum. On then, you know, potentially if that didn't work out, Although ST Pete has expressed some interest, and we've been talking with some city officials, they're, um they're looking at it. They can make that happen or not, and I think we can. The other possibility would even be camp with waterfront area of Tampa. We already have the you know us on this American victory there, and we would love the partner with them. We've even discussed partnering with them and potentially, you know, having some sort of joint effort there on the waterfront in Tampa. Well, this is great your effort to keep it here, and I'm certainly hope it works out successfully because this would be a great thing to have in the Tampa Bay area. James Judge CEO, A judge public relations Thanks for joining us on a M Tampa Bay and we'll stay in touch..