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Australia Bans Flights From India Stranding Thousands of Citizens
"Is rapidly shutting its doors as virus ravaged India pleads for mercy and help there's growing pressure on state and federal leaders to lift the ban on flights from India, with thousands of Australians trapped in the Corona virus stricken country. With hundreds of thousands of new covered cases in India daily on the country's health system crippled some Indian Australians are calling for special flights to bring their loved ones home, Stephanie Smale reports. Maybe such Deb's husband is in India caring for his elderly father. She says The situation is dire, with food shortages affecting many parts of the community. People are saying that you know you could have all the money in the world, but you may not be able to have a meal on your table. You know, $34 days down the track because there are no essential services open and there's only so much food that is stored at home. Maybe such, Dave says she and her husband have lived in Australia for more than 30 years and run a business in Melbourne. She's devastated that her husband can't get home. You cannot leave. Those people stuck without thinking off assisting them. So I think they should have special flights which go in and extradite the Australian people and bring them back and they should have their quarantine facilities up to scratch so that these people can come back to their families. Indian Australian lawyer Rita Mitra is more pragmatic about the decision to suspend flights from India today. The former school Adoration for the government here has to be how do we protect the quality of life and the people that are in the country? Especially now that you know most of our population is not vaccinated. Meet the balancing act. You can't have everyone coming back in order, but similarly, you can't block Italian citizens from coming back forever.
Sharon Buccino on Deb Haalands Fast Start
"Going to check in on deb holland's first few weeks as interior secretary to say she has hit the ground. Running would be an understatement. The secretary went to utah earlier this month. Making good on a promise to the state's congressional delegation to visit bears ears and grand staircase escalante national monuments before making a recommendation to president biden about whether to restore or expand the monument boundaries. That president trump attempted to shrink now. It's worth noting that the tribal nations that originally proposed the bears ears national monument have made it clear. They want president biden to protect all one point nine million acres of their proposal. Not the one point. Three million acres that president obama protected in two thousand sixteen and after that utah visit secretary holland signed two major secretarial orders. That really set the stage for what we what we're going to see from the interior department under her leadership and so joining me to help break down everything in those orders and talk about national monuments and a whole lot. More sharon pacino. Sharon is the senior director of the land division at the natural resources defense council. She's an attorney who works on environmental reviews public participation. the freedom of information act she also teaches public. Land's law sharon. Welcome to the podcast. It's great to be here thank you. So let's tackle these secretary lew orders in order the first one's about reversing the legacy of former interior secretary bernhardt and the trump administration that second order creates a new climate task force so reversing all of these trump orders. What is covered there. And what's the practical effect of it. Sure well it's Very significant i I would characterize it. In general saying you know in that secretario order Interior has really assumed it's critical role in addressing catastrophic climate change. And so there was a there were a series of actions. Secretarial orders that had been issued during the trump administration that in her order secretary hallen reverses
Interior Head Haaland Revokes Trump-Era Orders on Energy
"The new secretary of the interior has revoked a series of trump administration orders that promoted fossil fuel development on public lands and waters the directives boosted coal oil and gas leasing on federal lands to promote what trump called energy dominance in the United States interior secretary deb Haaland also rescinded a trump administration order intended to increase oil drilling in Alaska's national petroleum reserve a new directive prioritizes climate change an interior department decisions part of a government wide effort ahead of a virtual climate summit president Biden is hosting next week in a statement Holland says the orders will make communities more resilient to climate change and help lead the transition to a clean energy economy Ben Thomas Washington
New state unemployment claims rose again last week
"Shows the number of Americans applying for jobless aid rose to 744,000. While the numbers have declined sharply since the Corona virus hit more than a year ago, they remain high by historical standards. Economists monitor the number for signs of where the job market may be headed. But it's become a less reliable barometer during the pandemic, with states struggling to clear backlogs of claims and suspected fraud, clouding the picture. Still, the numbers suggest many employers continue to cut back even as the economy added 916,000 jobs overall last month. And Thomas Washington Interior Secretary Deb Holland will be
Blooming Post-Divorce with Mindfulness Coach Deb Lauren
"Am here with deborah lauren. Who is a mindfulness and meditation coach in a divorced mom of two. She struggled through her own divorce in dealt with depression and guilt and all of the things that keep us stop when life. There is a plot twist our way but now she teaches a heart centered approach to healing in his dedicated to helping women through their divorce. So welcome thank you for having me rene. So let's just start with what you do and why you doing okay. Two important questions. So i am like you said mindfulness and meditation all wrapped up in mindset. And i coach primarily divorced working mothers. Who are really overwhelmed and kind of overbooked and over scheduled in overthinking all of the roller coaster ride that is the divorce life and having that work life balance and oftentimes they feel like divorce might sabotage that success their chance at happiness their ability to be the kind of parent they wanted to be all those different things and i really help women step into this new version of self that they have to be in order to make good on those desires in those wishes and goals for themselves and their family and their future and it can be really tough to do that when you are kind of stuck in the sadness of it all in in the hard parts of it all which they are and so. I started to do this. Because i myself am a divorced mother and when i was going through it there was no such thing as this at least i didn't know that there was. I didn't know this kind of support was out there and i went through a really tough
Biden Pressured to Restore Boundaries of National Monuments in Utah
"Confirmed interior secretary Deb Holland is traveling to Utah shall meet with tribes and elected leaders, and the focus is on the future of the Bears, Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments. Former President Donald Trump dramatically slashed protections for these monuments. President Biden issued an executive order to review that move and his administration is under pressure to restore their boundaries. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Former congresswoman from New Mexico. Deb Holland is the nation's first indigenous interior secretary. And in the four Corners region, there's a lot of anticipation among tribes about her official visit to the Bears Ears National Monument. When President Obama designated it giving it enhanced federal land protections. He cited its cultural significance. Land is rich with cliff dwellings, pictographs as well, A sacred camping and burial grounds. This is our chapel. This is our place of worship. Had Gonzalez Rogers runs the Bears ears inter tribal coalition representing five sovereign tribes. Ah, Holland alone doesn't have the authority to restore the monument's original boundaries. But he sees her visit as symbolic in FAC in the first kind of the world. I think it's less than 30 days of Secretary Holland on being in office, she has had more engagement more action than the previous 1300 days. When former president Trump downsized bears ears by 85% and cut the nearby Grand Staircase Escalante and nearly half tribe sued that court battle is on hold after President Biden's latest executive order calling for another review. Utah Republicans, including Governor Spencer Cox, are pressuring the administration to put a bill through Congress. Can we give on some issues? Can they give on some issues? Can we Can we come to a peaceful resolution of this? So we're not fighting this battle every year for 20 years, 25 years IN 1996, President Clinton designated the Grand Staircase Monument without consulting Utah leaders summer still fuming about what they saw as a loss and ranching and mining opportunities.
US report: Bald eagle populations soar in lower 48 states
"Once near extinction. The bald eagle is seen as a conservation success. Story LESSON 60 Years ago, there were only 417 nesting pairs of the national symbol bald eagle in the lower 48 states. Now there are more than 316,000 of the birds, including 71,400 nesting pairs. The comeback follows banning the pesticide DDT and placing the eagle of the endangered species list. Since then, the population grew to the point where the bald eagle was removed from the list of threatened or endangered species in 2007. And the numbers have quadrupled since 2009 Interior Secretary Deb Holland hails the success of the bald eagle as the Biden administration takes steps to review a number of environmental actions taken by the previous Trump administration. Tim McGuire,
US report: Bald eagle populations soar in lower 48 states
"Once near extinction the bald eagle is seen as a conservation success story less than sixty years ago there were only four hundred seventeen nesting pairs of the national symbol bald eagle in the lower forty eight states now there are more than three hundred sixteen thousand of the birds including seventy one thousand four hundred nesting pairs the comeback follows banning the pesticide DDT and placing the eagle on the endangered species list since then the population grew to the point where the bald eagle was removed from the list of threatened or endangered species in two thousand seven and the numbers have quadrupled since two thousand nine interior secretary deb Haaland hails the success of the bald eagle as the Biden administration takes steps to review a number of environmental actions taken by the previous trump administration timid wire Washington
Supreme Court to Hear Appeal of Ruling That Overturned Boston Marathon Bomber's Death Sentence
"Radio boston. I'm donna deering and we start today with another major development in the country's largest drug lab scandal suffolk. County district attorney. Rachel rollins says that her office could vacate up to tens of thousands more criminal convictions. That were based on drug evidence tested at the now closed hinton lab. Wbu our senior correspondent. Deborah becker is reporting on the story. Deb joins us now dead. Welcome back to radio boston. Thanks for having me so deb. D. rollins is proposing to vacate any drug convictions based on results. From the hinton lab from may two thousand three to august two thousand twelve why that nine year time window will. That was the time period when two chemists worked at the hinton lab at the same time. Any dukan and sony ferrick you may remember. Both women were convicted on charges of tampering. With the drug evidence they were supposed to be testing fair conviction though stemmed from her work at the state lab in amherst but both women worked at the hinton lab. At one time. Eric worked there before she went to amherst. Rollin says what's needed is a more thorough review of all the drugs certifications that came from the hinton lab wild. Both women were working there. She calls the drug lab scandal. Systemic misconduct and a catastrophic failure of management that she says needs a complete review so all the testing done at that lab during that time should be looked at and we should point out that after both chemists were convicted tens of thousands of criminal drug convict. Convictions were dismissed because of their misconduct. We're talking about more. Give us a sense of scale here. Deb how many people might this effect will will. There's no precise number but rollins office says is that the hinton lab certified almost eighty three thousand drug samples for evidence during that time and that was in suffolk county and the massachusetts supreme judicial court which has reviewed various challenges and calls for a way to deal with all of the cases in both labs has vacated thousands of convictions based on the testing and hidden lab alone about eight thousand from hinton so the remaining seventy four thousand drug certifications that rollins talking about from suffolk county. She says her office is going to review all of those and they could be part of what she says is a global resolution to deal with these cases once and for all and thousands more convictions could be erased. But there's no exact number because one drug certification could have several drug certifications could have been done for one case so. The exact number is unclear. Got it got it. But it's it's a lot to review. So how does it work are they. Are they essentially starting deb with the assumption that all the convictions must be vacated and then working backward from there as they review the cases. How are they gonna do this well. She says she's going to convene robin says. She's going to convene a summit next month with the defense bar to start this review look at every affected case all the drugs certifications and determine next steps and she says any relief in what she's calling her hinton lab initiative is only for controlled substances convictions. And if someone was charged with something else along with drug use or possession or whatever the drug charges may have been those charges withstand this would only be drug charges in a particular case and then after that they would look at expunging records. If need be it would be a very lengthy complicated process. So our defense attorneys reacting to this well The aclu the american civil liberties union of massachusetts which was the agency really primarily involved in fighting with the s sjc to try to get some sort of resolution for many of these cases that were based on evidence tested at the hinton lab and at the amherst lab. It says it is. It's pleased that rollins has done. This here is matt siegel whose legal counsel for the aclu of massachusetts certainly would our preference and the preference of the public defenders are law firm partners for all of these cases have been dismissed when we first started calling for that step in twenty twelve. There's a saying about the arch of justice and At this point were very glad that seems to be bending in the right direction. I think as referring there to the you know the arc of the moral universals long but it bends toward justice but regardless also the State criminal defender agency. The committee for public counsel services released a statement after They heard about rachel rollins initiative the hidden lab and it also said that. It's pleased that this is happening. And it hopes that other district attorneys will do the same. So will they deb. Do you think we'll other. Da's follow suit. And i guess. I'm wondering if somehow this forces their hands if they have to. Now i don't think anyone necessarily
The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior
"When she was confirmed as the first indigenous interior secretary on Monday. Now that the celebration's over He's promised to begin repairing a legacy of broken treaties and abuses committed by the federal government in Indian country. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports on the huge challenges ahead for Secretary Helland. With so much land under federal control. There's an old saying here in the West that the interior secretary has a more direct effect on people's day to day lives than the president. This is multiplied on reservations. In her confirmation hearing, Deb Holland nodded to the fact that the department she now leads was historically a tool of oppression toward tribes. If an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior Our country holds promise for everyone mending a legacy of broken promises is a priority for many of the 574 federally recognized tribes on the Nez Perce reservation elders like Mary Jane Miles, See Holland as a turning point. It feels like we're moving and we are claiming What we could have done a long time ago. The Nez Perce consider much of the northwest their ancestral land, but through a serious of treaties there, now confined to a small slice of remote Idaho River country. U. S government is supposed to protect that land and it's salmon. But the fish the lifeline for people here along the Clearwater River are nearing extinction due to dams and climate change. Miles. Also points to a legacy of toxic mess is from mining that the tribe had little say over. I think we've noticed that maybe we've been taken, but nationwide, tribal leaders think this might start changing under Holland. The Biden administration is reinstating an Obama era rule requiring consultation. That means any future lands, development or right of way. Projects like a pipeline must be approved first by tribes and Secretary Holland is going to oversee all of that protection of this government relationship is all important to the tribes in Colorado. John Echo Hoggett, The Native American Rights Fund says that relationship is fraught because interior agencies like the Bureau of Indian Affairs have been chronically underfunded. He says. The previous administration also spurned tribal input on major lands, decisions, something he's looking forward to restarting. Well, it would prevent things from happening. You know, happened to us here during the last administration elimination of 85% of the Bears ears National Monument, the Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama formally protected the Bears Ears Monument on Utah land considered sacred to native people. Then the Trump Administration dramatically reduced its boundaries, and there's pressure on the new administration to reinstate or even expand them. Secretary Holland will travel there next month for a listening tour. Her to do list is a big one. Doctor. Look good afternoon in the money Quest, we add two not to. Ah, hiked back on the Nez Perce tribal leaders like Casey Mitchell want Holland's ear on saving the salmon, and he's optimistic. Unlike with previous administrations, there's no learning curve with Secretary Holland. There's always such high turnover within government entities that you know, sometimes that plays as an excuse. And as a government entity, there should not be any excuse for the trust responsibility that you hold to the tribes for the nest purse That trust responsibility is at the heart of a new deal brokered by a Republican congressman to remove four dams on the Snake River just downstream from here. Plan they hope Deb Holland will put in front of the president soon. Kirk Siegler,
The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior
"Deb holland made history when she was confirmed as the first indigenous interior secretary on monday now that the celebrations over. She's promised to begin repairing a legacy of broken treaties and abuses committed by the federal government in indian country. Npr's kirk siegler reports on the huge challenges ahead for secretary held with so much land under federal control. There's an old saying here in the west that the interior secretary has a more direct effect on people's day to day lives than the president. This is multiplied on reservations in her confirmation hearing dabhol and nodded to the fact that the department she now leads was historically a tool of oppression toward tribes if an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior. Our country holds promise for everyone. Mending a legacy of broken. Promises is a priority. For many of the five hundred seventy four federally recognized tribes on the nez perce reservation elders like mary. Jane miles see holland as a turning point at feels like we are moving and we are claiming what we could have done a long time ago. The nez perce consider much of the north west their ancestral land but through a series of treaties. There now confined to a small slice of remote idaho river country. The us government is supposed to protect that land and it salmon. But the fish the lifeline for people here along the clearwater river are nearing extinction due to dams and climate change miles. Also points to a legacy of topic. Messes reminding that the tribe had little say over. I think we've noticed that maybe we've been taken but nationwide tribal leaders think this might start changing under holland. The biden administration is reinstating. An obama era rule requiring consultation. That means any future lands development or right away. Projects like pipeline must be approved first by tribes and secretary holland is going oversee. All of that protection of this government relationship is all important to the tribes in colorado john. Echo hawk at the native american rights fund says that relationship is fraught because interior agencies. Like the bureau of indian. Affairs have been chronically underfunded. He says the previous administration. Also spurn tribal input on major lands decisions. Something he's looking forward to restarting will it would prevent things from happening in. Oh happen to your. During the last administration who emanation of eighty five percent of the bears national monument the keystone excel pipeline. President obama formally protected the bears. Ears monument on utah land considered sacred to native people than the trump administration dramatically reduced its boundaries and there's pressure on the new administration to reinstate or even expand them secretary hall and will travel there next month for a listening tour. Her to do list is a big one dot to look good afternoon. In when nick west we add to not to a hiked back on them says birsh tribal leaders. Like casey mitchell watt holland's ear on saving the salmon and he's optimistic unlike with previous administrations. There's no learning curve with secretary holland. There's always such high turnover within government. Entities that you know sometimes that plays as an excuse and as a government entity there should not be any excuse for the trust responsibility that you hold to the tribes for the nez perce that trust responsibility is at the heart of a new deal. Brokered by republican congressman to remove four dams on the snake river just downstream from here. A plan is deb. Holland will put in front of the president's soon
The Senate confirms Deb Haaland to be the first Native American Cabinet secretary in US history
"Deb holland is being sworn. In today secretary of the interior she is a tribal citizen of the laguna pueblo. She becomes the first native american ever to serve in a us presidential cabinet the two term congresswoman from new mexico was confirmed by the senate monday after four. Republicans joined democrats in voting to confirm her. Susan collins of maine lindsey graham of south carolina lisa murkowski of alaska dan sullivan alaska as interior secretary. Manage five hundred million acres of federal and tribal land. She'll also oversee government relations with five hundred. Seventy four federally recognized tribal nations during her confirmation. Hearing holland vowed to work for everyone.
Deb Haaland Confirmed As 1st Native American Interior Secretary
"Deb Holland made history when she was confirmed as the secretary of the Department of the Interior. Secretary Holland is a citizen of the Laguna Puebla and is not just the first Native American to lead the Interior Department but the first native Cabinet secretary of any sort in U. S history. She's last month during her confirmation hearing. I believe we all have a stake in the future of our country, and I believe that every one of US Republicans, Democrats and independents shares a common bond. Our love for the outdoors in a desire and obligation to keep our nation livable for future generations. I carry my life experiences with me. Everywhere I go. It's those experiences that give me hope for the future. If an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior Our country holds promise for everyone.
Deb Haaland Confirmed As 1st Native American Interior Secretary
"Deb holland has won senate confirmation to lead the interior department becoming the first native american cabinet member in. Us cre- the progressive democrat had faced stiff opposition from republicans who feel her anti fossil fuel activism will hurt their state economies as. She helps to develop president. Joe biden's ambitious. Climate change strategy but senators ended up voting in her favor yesterday. Fifty one to forty as head of the interior department holland will oversee the agency that manages twenty percent of us land in nearly a quarter of the nation's oil and gas production
What Deb Haaland's historic confirmation means to Native Americans
"40 vote confirms to Mexico congresswoman Deb Holland as interior secretary, making her the first Native American to lead a Cabinet department and the first to lead the federal agency that is wielded influence over the nations tribes for nearly two centuries. Democrats and tribal groups hailed her confirmation as historic, saying the selection means that indigenous people will for the first time see a Native American lead the powerful department. Interior also oversees a host of other issues, including energy development on public lands and waters, national parks and endangered species. Two
Senate confirms Deb Haaland as Interior secretary
"Senate tonight confirming New Mexico. Rep. Deb Holland to serve as president Biden's interior secretary. She is the first Native American to ever hold a
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"deb" Discussed on 1A
"And then the campaign. After the election really gained steam and as the as president biden's started putting together his cabinet we saw in his deliberations. It became clear that he explicitly wanted to create the most diverse cabinet that the us had seen. He wanted it to be representative. He wanted to have historic appointments and so into an and the pressure was just coming through increasing increasing increasing. So into that moment It just kinda became you know within the transition it was. It was a deliberation but it was sort of this moment of well. This could be a historic nominee and even though there was opposition by republicans. They went ahead and and that was how that choice was made. We'll ultimately alaska senator. Lisa murkowski a republican sealed. The deal for confirmation. I have really struggled through this one. How to reconcile an historic nomination with my concerns about an individual's and an administration's conception of what alaska's future should be. I truly believe that representative holland's heart is there for native peoples and all who treasure our public lands. I don't believe that is the extent of interiors mission. But she's also told us that she recognizes that if confirmed she'll be serving in a different capacity curl. Some of the republican senators who did not support holland's nomination come from states with large native populations to like murkowski. what is the political calculation. They're making well. I can tell you that. The probe political calculation that lisa murkowski appeared to make is Kind of weighing the extremely important role oil and gas development plays in her state's economy versus the fact that eighteen percent of her state is Is native alaskan and so that is clearly a very significant portion of her electorate And that's a that's a larger percentage than in some of those other states but ultimately that was kind of what what seemed to to to make the biggest impact and part of that again is getting that back to that. Same campaign These these native tribal and environmental and progressive activists that pushed deb haaland onto the scene helped secure that nomination in the first place have not stopped and a lot of people i've talked to have said we have not seen something like this. Where essentially this campaign is going out into the states that have a significant portion of Native americans as part of the electorate and and making sure that that the natives because natives aren't aren't necessarily guarantee democratic vote And saying you know wanting to hold these senators to account and saying if you do not vote to support the first native cabinet secretary. We will vote against you. That message seemed to resonate with. Senator murkowski We'll see what happens with a lot of these other. Republican senators who are clearly no votes. What do we know about biden's larger policy agenda when it comes to the department of the interior so the most controversial one is that he has proposed to and new oil and gas leases on public lands That's a really big deal and if that actually comes to pass That will be a dramatic change for the way in which public lands are used in america. That's coral davenport. She covers energy and environmental policy for the new york times coral. Thanks for speaking with us. It's great to be with you. Ordinary dame tweeted. It's about time to listen to and follow indigenous leadership that treats.
Senate panel advances Haaland's nomination for interior secretary
"And Natural Resource is committee. Today sent the Nomination of Congresswoman Deb Holland as interior secretary to the full Senate. Just one Republican broke ranks to vote to confirm Holland. Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, ape. So I have. I have really struggled through this one. How to reconcile. Historic nomination with my concerns about an individual's and an administration's conception of what Alaska's future should be. Presented. Holland's heart is there for native peoples and all who treasure our public lands? I don't believe that is the extent of interiors mission.
"deb" Discussed on Native America Calling
"From studio eight six nine minutes letter pueblo. I'm tara gate. Would republican senators had sharp questions about representative deb. Hollies record on gas and oil development democrats braised collins qualifications both sides acknowledged the historic opportunity for native woman to hit the us department of interior. She faces a vote to be confirmed by the full senate. Coming up. we'll go over the highlights from the hearings this week. We'll also take your calls. We go live right after national native news. This is national native news. Tonio gonzalez montana. Us senator steve daines opposing deb holland's nomination for interior secretary. He showed his disapproval during questioning at the two day. Confirmation hearing this week in washington holland has support from montana. Tribal leaders and native legislators yellowstone public radio caitlyn nicholas has more many tribal nations in montana. Most recently the crow nation support holland's confirmation while montana's republican senator. Steve daines has come out as one of holland's strongest opponents you support a ban. On fracking and no new pipelines. Senator president biden does not support a ban on. Fracking is my understanding and it would be his agenda that we would but do you personally. Support a ban on fracking and no new pipelines. Senator if i say if i am confirmed as secretary i would be serving at the pleasure of the president and it would be his that i would forward while senator danes questioned representative holland about critical minerals trapping semiautomatic weapon bands and grizzly bear management. He did not ask her about how she will handle oversight of interior programs that impact. Native americans. Such as the bureau of indian. Affairs isn't the role of cabinet secretary to advice the president on these important shoes. Not just follow him blindly senator the way i have always taken any position i've had is. I feel that. I'm part of a team and if i'm confirmed it's working with all of the other cabinet secretaries as well as with president biden senator. Dan said he will work. To block and defeat holland's nomination calling her a quote hardline ideologue with radical views out of touch with montana and the west end quote democratic senator. Jon tester says he will vote to confirm the congresswoman. I'm caitlyn nicholas. A group advocating for the protection of oak flat. A sacred site in arizona filed an emergency appeal this week. And it's pursued to overturn a federal judges decision to allow sites transfer to copper company emma gibson from arizona public media reports the emergency appeal is meant to speed up the legal process as march eleventh approaches..
"deb" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"We wanna think that things get better over time that opportunity expands but it doesn't always work that way in fact sometimes if we're not paying close attention opportunity actually contracts. This is what happened for. Silicon valley product managers a decade ago. I started talking other women realize this happened to so many of us. There was a point in the middle for all of us like you know. Product falls out of product market fit. Right we fell out of product market fit with our with product management. Even though we had done the role we were no longer invited to the party. That taboo deb started as a product manager at pay pal then. She moved onto facebook. If you've ever bought sold or even browsed on facebook marketplace. You already know her work. So a few years ago deb noticed something when she started her peers. Were both men and women. It seemed pretty much fifty fifty but a decade in the women had mostly disappeared. Deb set out to understand. Just how this happened. She shared this work in an article. It was called what happened to women in in product we linked to it in our newsletter required reading for anyone who cares about equity tech. Here's deb back. In the day. Twenty years ago when i started in this field it was extremely diverse. We were getting women and men from different backgrounds come together and actually bill products and because the field is so new. You didn't really have a fixed idea of what success looks like so we just hired smart people as what pay pal david sacks was hiring team with amy climate and they would recruit from people with different backgrounds and a lot of people at marketing backgrounds. Business backgrounds i happen to be graduating from stanford getting my mba and so i went to a career fair and they were. They're hiring and i stumbled into this role actually interviewed not knowing what the role us in the interviews themselves. Their questions were. What would you builds. If you're us the thing is i was. I was an avid ebay seller. I love paypal. I use it for years. And so i kept telling them you need to build. This need to build this. Here's a few ideas. Here's how you can make life easier. And when i showed up the first day they said okay you know. Welcome your product i said. Well what does the product manager do and they said you interviewed with half a dozen people. And i said well nobody ever told me and they said you know there's ideas he told us about you. Bring them to life. And i spent the next several years doing that. Actually led the seller side of the business and then eventually took over the ebay penetration when we were bought. And you know it was really kind of looking at what customers needed being pathetic to them and building and that's something that both women and men of people have different diversity. Actually it's better when you have different. People who can answer customers can understand customer needs so it's not like in this role you needed to know how to code for example back done. Most of us didn't code. I had i happen to have an engineering degree. But you didn't have to have a technical degree because your job was really translating. Customer needs into what it took to get a team to build the right product so there came a point when things changed and you experience that in your own career when you went to facebook right. You went to facebook in two thousand nine. Yes don't facebook into tonight so at that point. Facebook was already launched. It was probably already something that your mom was thinking about joining. If she hadn't already but it was still fairly new. It was early in its story and facebook was kind of a boys club right well when i joined facebook i. It was fewer than a thousand employees and so it was actually when i joined there was a few things one was everyone was so incredibly young and i had a toddler and a newborn and i felt out of place as a mom in particular so when you say incredibly young you mean like college age young. Yeah i mean. I think our ceo was something in his early twenties at the time. Mid twenty s. At the time. And i had a couple of kids in there were very few months there and it was pretty young. It was much more stereotypical silicon valley. It was just a much younger company with vibe without lots of families. And i think the only thing was you know in product management. You did require technical degree. And so you know. At the time i think at one. Fifth of technical degrees are actually earned by women and so i don't think it was pacific that they said well. We only want to hire you. Men for this role. It was much more. Hey technical degrees are earned by you know certain population and we're going to draw from that population referenda wrong and again. It was a choice that was made along the way that had happened. And by the way at the time i had no idea and even many many years later had no idea why i couldn't get into product management again. I had run a fairly large product team at ebay and paypal. But i came in in a product marketing manager all because i couldn't get back into a product management all well. It's interesting that you had no idea why. But actually there's this little pocket of history in silicon valley really one companies early history that that shaped years years later so about two thousand sixteen or so two thousand seventeen. I started talking to other product years as working on women in product the organization in the conference and one of the women i talked to. His april underwent was a chief product officer at slack. And she's now see over on company and we were talking about how back in the day. We were product managers and then at some point we were uninvited to the club and we couldn't figure out why and she said. Yeah wework to travelocity. I actually coated and they became a product manager. But i didn't have a cs degree. And so i went over to google as psg partner role. And i started talking other women realize this happened to so many of us that there was a point in the middle for all of us. It's like know product falls out of product market fit right. We fell out of product market fit with our with product management. Even though we had done the role we were no longer invited to the party. And i think each of us felt like we had done something wrong but i knew i was industry changing. Didn't realize so. We say the company. You're not out there looking so nobody checks your vacations. Acid you of zia's degree you kind of continue to your job you rise in the ranks but the many try to go to the company realize that this extra requirement was there and you had no idea and i talked to a lot of people trying to trace back what happened because it was really difficult for me to understand. This happened to me. And even i didn't really articulate articulate. What had happened and so one person i talked to you with someone who's an early google product manager. Said you know at one point. Google just felt like the feedback from their engineers was that they are product. Managers weren't technical enough so they changed the requirement to have a computer science degree requirement product management and again. It was a choice made by one company that fit their needs at the time. And i don't fault them for that at all. I remember reporting on silicon valley around that time it was an interesting moment in the evolution of the internet is small. Handful of startups became wildly successful companies. Like google other entrepreneurs began to emulate them. The assumption seemed to be well to be successful as google. We should do things exactly the way google does them. And this gave rise to a generation of technically trained product managers again. They're extremely successful company. What they're doing something that's just spread throughout the industry and it wasn't right or wrong was this is something that happens. I think in an uncoordinated fashion. I think things just happen trends happen. And it spreads through industries and then suddenly. You couldn't get another job if you didn't have a cs degree on your resume. No matter how many years of experience you had it certainly was very problematic for women right. I mean it led to a real setback in this field for women and therefore i would argue for the field in general because when you don't get that diversity of perspectives at the table making creating.
"deb" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"That. you know I also very honored to serve on Vice President. Biden's climate engagement advisory council and There we've. We've we meet once a week. We talk about how we address these issues we roundtables with various. Sectors of of the environmental movement if you will to talk about these issues including, we had tribal roundtable as well and brought tribal leaders to the table to talk about the environment and climate change and and I mean I'm just excited that. Joe Biden. He is someone who will listen. And and he knows how important is that we address climate change and he is he's all in. Wondering if they can talk a little bit about the economic factor in his climate change plan, you mentioned the the plan to create a lot of new good paying union jobs and I think that that's what they really smart. The by campaign has been emphasizing about their climate plan lead the the existential problem of climate change is something that's very scary but I know in the Midwest, a lot of people want to know what the economic consequences or or pros of the plan would be, and they've really focused on sort of the economic advantages that this plan creates. Can we talk a little bit about how you see the climate plan? The economy own absolutely. Yes. So I. Mean. Look we we can invest in renewable energy jobs in send. America back to work. It's a shame the vet this administration is current administration squandered. Our economy, the economy that President Obama and Vice President Biden had built over eight years and we remember what was happening when when President Obama I came into office two, thousand nine. Moving toward renewable energy as a way for us to get to really get some of that back I come from a state with over three hundred days of Sun per year that that's New Mexico. In fact, the sun is shining it right now almost every single day. We've got plenty of wind well, the sun in the wind lots of it to go around and we need to harness all that energy and put it to work I. Know Under a Biden Administration, we can increase good paying jobs for all Americans of by pushing our renewable energy infrastructure forward president a President.
"deb" Discussed on Women belong in the House
"It's interesting that you mention that I'm it seems like not only do you have to figure out how to find your place among all of the other members but. It's not only are there to parties but even within the Democratic Party there's so many different shades of blue is that something that you found to be calm a complicating factor or difficult to navigate or what sort of your take on figuring out? How to find the right allies for the right issues given how? Diverse. The perspectives are even within the Democratic Party. Of mechanisms that will help them find you also right like like there's a straight where you can put dear colleague letters on the Web and all the staff can read those and you know I mean they're there. It works both ways I. Can reach out and find folks, but we can also find you know they can find me in the issues i. AM working on we've missing murdered indigenous women, for example, have been. That's been a priority of mine and we've worked hard to move some bills forward One of my colleagues was having a hearing on that topic, and so his staff called my office please give us your top talking points so that we can manage some questions that would be effective for this hearing. So they'll find you we see that you know various. People have because of their backgrounds, they have their own priorities right we have a number of of women who were in the military, for example, and one their seats at the same time. I did women who were in the CIA and and you know worked at the Pentagon and and so you of know by people's backgrounds what their priorities are and you just. Reach out, but they reach out to you also When I first got elected actually before I got sworn in. The US Commission on Civil Rights had put out there broken promises report and that highlighted five areas where the US government essentially drastically underfunded and neglected. Indian country and and so I wrote an op Ed on that on that report and I sent it to all my freshman colleagues and let them know I wanted you to read this and I want you to know that I'm going to be working. On this and I. got a lot of responses back. That's great. You lead the way we're behind you will support you. So you know early on I sort of let folks know that I wanna be I wanna work on these issues on these issues were tribes have been neglected, and so people know that and and they support me or they they come to me if they need some help with something. Wow. That's a lot of wait to see I mean that's you're representing such. So many more people than are in your district. It's really amazing. You know before cherise I got there. There's amazing allies for Indian country in Congress already. So I'm really grateful for all of them and We'll just keep moving things forward. Think about especially now in the current environment, where none of the work is normal? How do you balance? Still, doing your work. In Congress both your DC work and your district work, and also the fact that it's an election year. So you're also running to keep your seat. How do you think about balancing all of that I? Think you just do it. Try Not to think about it. Because it's a lot right? I. Mean Yes. You have all those things and you gotta keep things separate to right. You can't make sure. Your campaign stuff and so your staff separate and everything separate. And you know you have separate emails and so yeah, it gets you know once you get down that sort of this this goes into that pile that goes into this pile. You you know it's kind of easy to keep those things separated but but. I, mean look I. I am I, wanted to run for Congress because I. I felt like I could. Work. Extremely. Hard. And I felt like I knew what it was like for you know the vast majority of people in this district. I. Know I felt like I knew what their struggles are and you know what was important to them, and so I just I I just forge ahead write and I I WANNA, win my reelection because there's so much more work we have left to do and so So for me it's you know you don't I mean it's not. You don't look at the hour's Oh my God I've know. For Fourteen, hours today you just do the work and when it's finished, it'll be finished. You've been in politics for a long time. So what's been the most surprising thing since being in? Congress. The most surprising thing. Well, I mean I mentioned just a few minutes ago about. My Republican colleagues and you know you see on the news every night that you know. Everyone's. Arguing and and We. We seems opposite sides of so much but we actually. Can. Agree on a lot of things also so and that doesn't always make the news, right? It doesn't always make the headlines that Democrats and Republicans came together to agree on something, but it happens quite a bit and. In fact, this last package that we passed where we had to, you know there was one Republican? Who made us all traveled to Washington DC. That was a bipartisan bill and we all. Overwhelmingly, agreed on it. So there's a lot of things that we overwhelmingly agree on and. You know sometimes I feel like Folks don't realize that there's a lot of bipartisanship and and I was frankly a little surprised to. That's great to hear. One of the things I've heard a lot in these interviews is just like people don't realize how much does get done because the things that make the news or the things that are stuck don't get done, but there's a lot that actually happens and that really gets passed absolutely and so many of my colleagues cared deeply about this country. Speaker Pelosi. The most amazing. Leader that I've I've ever had the experience to work with she really does. Put Her heart and soul into you know doing whatever she can for this country and you know you don't hear that often either right. There's a lot of there's. So there's a lot of people in Congress who really do. Work their hearts out. It's so amazing what you've been able to do especially bringing the fact that you and cherise are the first native women in the House, and I am wondering just it speaks to the fact that it is so important to have people from all different communities and backgrounds in the house to have those perspectives and I wonder how you think this can be sort of a case for the.
"deb" Discussed on Citation Needed
"While there is a soul in prison. I am not free and quote Buner yeah pretty much. Dads is convicted of three counts of trying to obstruct the draft sentenced to ten years. That's pretty much what happened. Yeah ooh Damn that's a lot of dinners with the sheriff's family. Surpreme Court eventually ruled on the appeal and confirmed the conviction. They claim that freedom of speech meant something different in wartime than didn't piece diamond. Deb started his prison sentence in April of One. Thousand nine hundred. Nineteen Okay but to be fair. Baby Susan Collins was both perturbed upset by that term. Yeah and Baby Elsie. Gabbard was president. Yeah Oh she was. Actually I don't know just like early Middle Aged Susan Collins at this point but yeah dabs in nineteen twenty decided to run for president from prison. The slogan awesome was the jailhouse to the White House. We have that in Illinois we just reverse the free in Washington while deb's couldn't do the things that a normal candidate would do travelling give speeches. He was allowed to give a weekly press release which I think is awesome. Hazing and matching key. He got almost a million votes six percent of the popular vote from a jail cell. The president that beat him in the election were gene harding commuted. His sentence in one thousand nine hundred ninety one and when deb's left prison he left the entire cellblock cheering for him down. Warren g harding pardoned him. Get it if yeah. It's not like you're meeting with him. You're like hey that's cool but like you might want to save your pardon me stuff off. Dad's after release slowed down a bit as his health was compromised from the Shitty prison conditions. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in one thousand nine hundred and four on the grounds that deb started to work actively for peace in World War One mainly because he considered the war to be in the interest of capitalism. He died in one thousand nine hundred eighty six now from wikipedia. I just want to read this quote. The current Vermont senator. The presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been a long time. Meyer of DABS and produced a nineteen seventy-nine documentary about dabs which was released as a film and also an audio l. p. In the documentary he described deb's as quote probably the most effective and popular leader that the American working class has ever had unquote okay. But maybe we shouldn't be so excited about. How effective guy was that got at? Its peak six percent back. Not The adjective. We're looking for is probably not. You're right I I agree. Sanders hung a portrait of deb's in City Hall in Burlington Vermont Where he served as mayor of the city in the nineteen eighties and he has a plaque dedicated. The DEB's in his congressional office hopefully sanders get some more than six percent of the popular vote. Everybody we'll see hopefully get zero percent of the popular vote because he's not going to be the nominee. I want him to be going to be. Okay he's GonNa get zero percents vote and it might fuck everything up. I'm just saying pay attention. Wow okay all right. Summarize what you've learned in one sentence Bernie Sanders is awesome. That's not the point of what I just said. What would it be? Well you know Socialist Party you know maybe a a strong third party candidate might actually be able to listen. I know you know just brakes. Are you ready for the quiz? Third Party candidate Jill Stein forever. Anyway go ahead all right. I'll over stomach so gene. Debs came back to life today. And let's say Joe Biden wins the Democratic nomination. Not that I want them to. But let's say that's what happens. Who Will Eugene v DEBS? The father of American socialism be voting for in November. Hey Joe Biden you fucking discussion going back to being dead. There was no other options is a secret answer. Be He'd vote for Joe Biden correct all right Ziesel. Capitalism is the answer. You Bet as the question okay. Why don't you shut up? You fucking baby. Are you crying? Do you want something to cry about? You Look Hungry. Are you hungry or D do these Lou batons make my feet look fat secret answer? E these are all chapters in Charlie Kirk Kirks new book. So there you got lewisham rub some dirt. All right see so. We've had a lot of fun today with blood pressure put. What are the real problems? Socialism when people imagine themselves to be billionaires under socialism. They have to imagine themselves with a smaller percentage of imaginary money. They'll never okay. Republican voters for the doors every single one. Holy Shit. Is that perfect. That is absolutely perfect. Be If the United States became socialist. How are we supposed to invade our or see if there weren't any poor people who could I feel superior to it's definitely not be trump skin invade sanctuary cities eventually so I love a so much. It's gotta be a right correct. Yes Oh wow you lie to real buddy to real but you also win for the reality. The real real real all right. Then I choose Tom next week's as someone. Who LOVES MONEY CHANGE WELL FOR TOM. No he'll be back next week. See so and Eli. I'm heath thanks for hanging out with us today. We'll be back next week and by then Tom whether he likes it or not. I hope he's an expert on something else between now and then you can hear Tom and see Salon. Cognitive dissonance and you can hear myself on golf movies skating atheist and skeptic grant and DND minus. It's out it's official we're playing DND on a podcast. We should've called pod. 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"deb" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Point. Six percent of the popular vote that year. We're talking big structural change structural Chan. I just WanNa know how he got all the socialist groups together under one banner so okay. Someone's yelling at me on facebook right now. I will read it to you. People's Front of Medicare for all not Medicare for all those which banner is the good team in which banners hate us so much so there's only two better I mean that's what's happening right now but if the banner is imperfect you could pretend that there are no banners. That's actually my God. That's right I like Thomson. Yeah but you don't you don't What we're Dennis crazy socialist policies. Well chances are. We wouldn't recognize them as socialist just like a person from Sweden doesn't think their healthcare is from a Marxist Utopia. He's pushing for the forty hour workweek. He wants to enact child labor. Long days as a guitar kids he wanted people to have some kind of recourse. When they were injured on the job he wanted the right to a union. It was a socialist. Halley was pushing for social okay so he wanted people to be allowed to compete freely in the labor market. That's weird 'cause that sounds super capitalist. Okay I mean Pharisees over. The last two were still not real solid on those. That's not what I'm saying now. When he ran he wasn't trying to win. He knew like Andrew Yang that he had no fucking chance of winning instead he just wanted to bring attention to inequality in their horrific clash struggle in the US. I'll point out before Yang Ran. We laughed about universal basic income. To right now we laugh at it and we associated with the time of fortnight streamer ran for president. You remember when w fixed the economy by giving everyone three hundred dollars a republican does it. It's a stimulus. I still have that check frame. Not hundred stimulate anything fuck as a socialist. He was for Racial Equality. Which for a lot of people back then was a bitter pill to swallow and it's also still like that. He felt like I think that really separated. People was economic class and the rest of the things we focused on. Were all made up to help. Do the separating deb said this about the employer class quote. I am opposing a social order in which it is possible for one man who does absolutely nothing that is useful to amass a fortune of hundreds of millions of dollars while millions of men and women who work all the days of their lives secure barely enough for wretched existence and quote. Yeah okay so just be clear. I love Eugene v debs but I've also read some slightly different accounts about the racial stuff. Some authors are saying. Well you know this white guy from the eighteen. Hundreds actually been a little bit racist. Deb's ended up supporting workers rights for everyone but according to some of these theories that was only because having the black workers in a lower status would make it easier for management to exploit the white workers specifically so landed on unequality via white power. Which isn't great. Oh Neat like that Nazi. Last week at Bernie's Rally I. I'm a little confused but like that management was having a hard time exploiting workers before this. I mean like they needed help. There is such a thing as too much lube right. I mean at some point. That's just a lie strong now. You're making a mess in nineteen o five. He took part in the founding of the I. W W which is the international workers of the world. This is another labor union that combined people that worked in the same trades as well as people who worked in the same industry debs ran again for president in one thousand nine hundred four got three percent of the popular vote which is over four hundred thousand votes in one thousand nine hundred eight. He did he did it again again. Four hundred thousand votes three percent of the overall popular vote all. Yeah poet in those sweet Tulsi Gabbard numbers now train and more than four times as many people as showed up physically to greet him when he left. That's what I'm saying. Oh man it was a dystopia back then to write in in one thousand nine hundred twelve. The inclusion of the Socialist Party in the presidential race really started to pay off some of the other people that were running were Teddy Roosevelt and liberals and they started adopting some of the socialist policies to lure voters their side. Many of the Labor issues of the day were being addressed around this time. Fine okay fine. We'll go down to an eighty hour work week and if your kid gets stuck in the gears the machines will slow it down so you can recover the bodies. Why did you put a on your kid that way? You can just pull them out when he goes with the film. I want all the pieces. Whatever their backpack on them. This is a really good year for the Socialists. Locally the socialist one thousand representatives from around the country and over three hundred socialist mayors deb's gets almost six percent of the popular vote almost a million people. It's incumbent William. Taff only received three point five million votes also just to let you know that election. The Democrats secured forty-one percent of the vote the Republicans got twenty three percent and the Progressive Party. Not The Socialist Party received twenty seven percent of the vote and more electoral states than Republican make America great again ranked choice voting. Kuma Tei sorry thousand. I'm sorry saying good ideas that will never happen. You do yours but seriously ranked choice voting like we I. It's the two party system. Goes away overnight and we have like a bunch of good candidates and we get the rank them and pick the best one. What the Fuck Yeah? We're doing awesome with the pick your favorite guy system so we should complicate it. I agree it complicates our we. You don't need primaries with ranked choice voting okay but what we should do is just introduced legislation that the two existing parties have to vote on in order to okay. It's not a shelter. Yeah I it. In nineteen fourteen. The first World War breaks out and the Socialists who were fucking baller at organizing have their own press bunch equality minded leaders there are one hundred percent against involvement and they are dead set on protesting entering the war and the draft itself. There's like okay if you think the government didn't care about your safety when you're at home you alone was going to happen next. Yup and for three years and the other socialist protested the war but in nineteen seventeen. Congress passed the Espionage Act which made it a crime to convey information with the intent to interfere with the operation or success the armed forces the United States or promote the success of its enemies. This was punishable by death or by imprisonment for not more than thirty years or both. Damn who knew telling people about student. Loan forgiveness was a war crime. Put to death and then hype you and I didn't know what trump stirs twister. When you little? No no no. No no no. No no no put a giant helmet on you put you on a donkey facing backwards into the desert a whole thing in Ohio. The next year DEB's gives an anti war speech in direct defiance of the law. Here's part of DEB's antiwar speech quote and here let me emphasize the fact and it cannot be repeated too often that the working class who fight all the battles the working class who make all the supreme sacrifices the working class who freely shed their blood and furnish the corpses have never had a voice in either declaring war or making peace it is the ruling class that invariably does both they alone declare war and they alone make peace and quote. Stop resisting Eugene's Yep Book. If the workers made the rules than they would just be the ruling class the whole thing would start over. You May as well pair. Don't plagiarize from Ben Shapiro like that. What is wrong with you so anyway? This land stabs in jail he charged with ten counts of violating the espionage act. He was tried and the defense called. No witnesses instead. Deb's gave the closing argument. Quote your honor. Years Ago I recognized my kinship with all living beings and I made up my mind than that. I was not one bit better than the meanest on earth I said then and I say now that while there is a lower class I am in it and while there is a criminal element I am of it and.
"deb" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Vegetables we can fuck priority is true so deb's is involved in the Burlington railroad strike of eighteen. Eighty eight interesting. Railroad workers demanded higher air of Burlington Seniority Rights and grievance procedures. The workers did strike but the railroad brought in the Pinkerton hired scabs and broke. The strike in a month in in the wake of this steps leaves the Brotherhood and starts one of the first industrial unions in the United States. The American Railway Union and its first year in eighteen ninety four they successfully got demands met for the workers. During the Great Northern Railway Strike I love demands was grievance to like one of their big complaints was. They had no good way to complain. I've gotta fix that. Yeah they got a suggestion. Box Out of it was in eighteen. Ninety four DEB's became involved with the PULLMAN strike pullman train cars were plush sleeper train cars they were made in a factory town just south of Chicago and when I say factory town I mean. The factory owned the town like Chris. Watkins Mining Town in the rundown the greatest action movie of all time to Jerry. You are you fucking kidding. Me Roadhouse or like why blood sport what he doesn't use guns at the Matrix anything with Gary Busey. Are you serious dairy abuses lead? The town was supposed to be some kind of capitalists wet dream people lived in the town and shop at the stores and worked at the factory there but the company rented the home sold the Food and pay the workers after recession hits the company slashes wages but they don't slash the cost of of room and board. That's crazy now. We call that. The economy could strike. How well we'll find out now. You can argue that. The deal sucked hardcore prior to the wage cut pullman. Rents were high. The wages were low and the hours were abundant but after the recession he cut wages forty percent and this in addition to not lowering costs caused the strike. So these workers joined dabs new union and they tried to convince the owner to make some changes. They eventually walk off the job in. May He's like all right all right. You guys can have forty dollars. Raise side note unrelated. Rents going up forty bucks this data so this strike actually had a huge ripple effect on the economy all across the nation see. This was an industrial union. Meaning all the people in the industry that were part of the union were involved in the strike. All the workers boycotted all the railroads that use pullman car so trains all over the country ground to a halt. Few WEEKS SLATER THOUGH GROVER CLEVELAND. That was the president of the time called in the National Guard. They clashed with the strikers. All across the nation a bunch of trains derailed properties damaged. Many people are injured in thirty people. Die The papers. Of course blame all this on the workers. And specifically on Eugene debs okay. I Love Union striking so much for all the obvious reasons but I think my favorite is how it stood peak of passive aggressive. Like I mean like the literal meaning of words each separately like super passive but super aggressive and National Guard. Guys COME IN. They try to break it up and they have to be like stop nothing gang. What are we doing a little baby Ronald Reagan taking notes at this point Ronald Reagan the US government eventually stops in stop the strike claiming that it's obstructing us mail and it's good news and bad news for depths? The good news is that there's a period of major unrest in the United States because of the pullman strike so they make a new National Holiday Labor Day. Bad News is DABS and seven others are brought up on charges of conspiracy for their participation tabs was defended at that trial by Clarence. Darrow was just as successful as he was during the scopes monkey. Trial DABS get. Six months in jail leans over a clearance. Not Trying to tell you how to do your job but the part three asked my boss. If the Bible was true in feel sued not great. Deb spent time in jail. Jail sounds actually really really nice. He's in a nice jail in woodstock which is acute small town in Northern Illinois as a comfy bed he gets the sheriff's family for dinner gets visitors has plenty of time for reading and reflection. Nice okay ill. When you read that and I'm thinking like man jail significant lifestyle up. We've maybe done society wrong. External like my life except you know a little bit north of here so while in jail minutes Nellie bly who interviews him and he realizes that maybe capitalism isn't super great and quote. It was said that a friend left a copy of DAAS. Kapital and prisoner debs read it slowly eagerly ravenously unquote okay. That part sounds like a penthouse letter. That does not sound like how you read. Copy can be both well like a penthouse letter. It's probably allies. Tabs emerged from jail. At the end of his sentence a changed man he would spend the final three decades of his life proselytizing for the socialist cause now the cause of the inspiration might not be accurate and some people attribute his socialism to other authors. But he definitely was a socialist when he walked out of the jail. Well see those really putting together a folk song on his guitar and Harmonica Rig. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA take a quick break for some apropos of nothing. All right everyone please. Rise FOR THE EIGHTEEN. Seventy Presidential Elections. Most of us don't know about germs. So this is very very silly. We recognize the speaker from Missouri. Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen I represent the scoot scoot part and all those things used to play on in gym class like a like a roller skate. That you sat on your parachute game anyway. Vote for me. Murray all right good. Excellent speech excellent and now the candidate from the new territory of Manitoba at Creole. Thank you good evening. Everyone sorry Mexico just took us back over. Never mind at all right all right. Enjoy Mexico fantastic next. I don't know the Republican. We are the good guys now. But we're going to do a weird switcher roofing in the fifties so being look up. That should be lots and lots of fun. All right. Well Gentlemen Gentlemen because that's who can vote. You have your candidates. Go ahead and vote if you know how to write and We'll meet up here in four years and we'll do this again. Sound good everyone Lamar Order Park. And we're back. When we left off Eugene v DEBS was leaving jail growing a match behind him and walking away in slow motion with a giant explosion behind him in the background. So what happens next? I reminds me of the rundown like where walking slow motion movie. Anyway the point that's amazing the pullman strike actually gets him some great publicity so much so that when he leaves jail six months later a hundred thousand people come to see him at the Chicago train. Station earm- speak and welcome him back into society after this. He realizes that he needs to start a political party. And this my friends is white. Tick Tock will be a political party by talk. Deb's traveled across the country and spoke to crowds hungry for some equality. There were actually a lot of socialist groups back then and DABS was suggested as the presidential nominee for the nineteen hundred presidential election. He of course would only agree if the disparate socialist parties. Join together under one banner..
"deb" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"In part of my property that reminds me there was a race track here once like a beer bottle or piece of concrete but Anyway that's an excellent movie i. It's a good movie Short track racing. It's not quite of the quality of board versus Ferrari in Grand Prix and rush the interesting thing about that. Is I feel part of that movie at Martinsville speedway as well in the media center Martinsville. There is a large black and white photograph of Jeff Bridges with many of the crew. Sitting there on the pit wall at Martinsville speedway now lemonde with Steve McQueen which came out in the early nineteen eighties. That's kind of a weird movie arts. Would starting of the twenty four hours of Lama it ends with the ending of the twenty four hours of Lama and throughout the movie? Steve McQueen is sitting there talking with a woman whose husband was fatally injured in a crash that had happened previously. Lamar and is Steve. Mcqueen had been involved with that crash so is kind of a weird racing moving another strange movie involving racing. It's not racing's not the focus. But it's called the last chase and it came out for saw it in the early nineteen eighties as well and Lee. Majors is in it. And it's about an era where some apocalypse has occurred and all of the cars in the United States have been destroyed or eliminated except in California California's. The only place where car still exist. And there's no gas stations. They're all out of business and everything but Lee majors plays a race car driver who wanted to keep his race car from being destroyed and he took it apart and buried it underneath the floor in his house. Will this young teenager finds out who he is and they decided they're going to put that race car back together and make it to California will. The government doesn't want them to make it to California because they're afraid if they make it to California people will want to go back to using their own cars in having their own cars and basically the car industry will return so this is kind of a weird scary movie all at the same time if you WanNa Watch one just for fun. That's cannonball run. There used to be honest to goodness a cannonball run from one coast to the other coast in this country and this movie again. A lot of license was taken in Hollywood but this movie is about or based on that that used to occur from one coast to the other coast many many years ago now. Thunder Road isn't erasing movie Per Se. But I mean let's face it. Stockcar racing did grow for Moon Shining and thunder road is about moon shining stars. Robert Mitchum is a classic is a lot of it was filmed in Asheville North Carolina. And if you're familiar with places in Asheville North Carolina you recognize Bo catcher tunnel. You WILL RECOGNIZE PLACES IN WEST. Asheville the service station that it blows up in the movie was filmed as you come across the Smoky Park Bridge. Think the name of it's been changed now. West Gate Shopping Centre. She come across the bridge. And you make the laugh like you're going on. I twenty six. What is I twenty six now? But that was the way we'd go to Asheville Weaverville speedway. That's where the service station blew up in every time my dad and I went to Asheville Weaverville. That's what he would tell me is. Oh that's where. They blew up the service station in Thunder Road. So Thunder road is definitely a classic. This is just a few of the racing movies that are out there. There's red line seven thousand which was made back in the sixties. I just a tremendous amount of rising movies years ago. Winston Cup illustrated did a feature on various racing movies that had been made and they're racing movies in there that. I had no idea one that really surprised me and I don't recall the name of it but it started Clark Gable and Barbara Stanwyck to people whom I never thought it would have been in a racing movie so if you get to researching. I think you'll find that it will take a lot of time and you'll be amazed how that will help. Cure your withdrawals from racing. Now if you really don't want to do anything else There's also got children. Pull out go to the of course now at this time. I've got two two. Promo five of my books Ray. Ever Him It talks about right Abraham early years. His modified Racing Amazon listed as being by Ray Abraham and not by me because ever Hams name is on the cover of the book but my name is on the and I'm listed inside is the author of it. Then you have. Ron Newman engineering speed. If you WANNA learn more about Ron Newman's engineering days in his early days in sprint cars and open wheel cars. I think you'll find it fascinating. He'll give you a lot of insight into run newman as a person and then there's the evolution of Nascar. There's a lot of items in there that I think will consume a lot of your time as you look and examine and there's ranging from Bill France seniors original business card to brochures from racism the nineteen sixties. Whitman Publishing. Did that book. And the design editor did a fabulous job of pulling the photography. And everything together. We spent a couple of days. Well actually more than a couple of days in the archives at Nascar pulling the photos and everything that's in that book and what we tried to do were obtain items that fans you. The fans would be interested in and had never seen before evolution of ask car. I've seen it still available on Amazon Dot Com. Then my latest two books are on Charlotte Motor speedway history. One is Charlotte Motor speedway granted gold. It's by the history press and it requires a lot of reading the one that came out in two thousand seventeen which is our Katya publishing and it's modern images of America Charlotte Motor speedway. It's the history of the speedway in photographs and it has lit the photo captions to it. So it's a quicker read and it's easy to start and then stop and then start again because it's not like losing your place in a paragraph or page or something like that so I have to give a plug for myself..
"deb" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Tell us a little bit more of what to expect from Brendan's episode. I haven't had a chance to listen yet once we are through here with Daytona five hundred speed weeks. That will be on my wind down agenda for next week. What more will we hear from Brendon on that episode? He talks about winning the Baja one thousand and how long it took his family to be victorious in that offroad event and we also discussed the movie Ford Versus Ferrari and then he also talks about a lot of people may not know but recent Nascar Hall of fame inductee. Buddy Baker was his spotter and driver coach at Pinski and he talks about what Buddy Baker Mitt to him and tells a really funny story about one time when bought buddy was spotting for him at Darlington and Brendan kept hitting the wall. The friend and I absolutely love covering Brendan and the goal is to have him on my podcasts. At some point the season because it is final. Four racism and he's officially going to be done racing although he's already starting to backtrack a little bit by saying well at Indianapolis Road. Course might be a little tempting. Well he actually put it to me this way when I said that He retiring from Nascar Cup racing after this year and he said No. Let me correct you on that. I retired X. number of years ago he said I've just been out here playing and he said now I'm going to stop playing in cup racing. And he said he will always do off road racing. Yeah I mean. He's not done racing. He has done. I think this will officially closed the door on his NASCAR career. That's correct. He ended full-time in the in the community series. A couple years ago. He's been running these few races in the cup series. I think this is it as far as NASCAR racing is concerned. Yeah he also said that if he could lose some weight that he would like to go sports car racing again. Oh my goodness so much fun the again going back to the PODCAST is it just. GonNa be drivers. Is it going to be crew chiefs? Is it going to be team owners? What's the plan all of the above You know and I'm trying to find people that maybe you're wondering. Where are they what happened to them? You know like Robert Pressley for those of you. Who member Robert? Pressley is now County Commissioner Bunkum County North Carolina his home county. So you know you've got people that have set drag racing records that may you may not know about on the Bonneville salt flats and it will give you a look into various things I mean. We've got the sixtieth anniversary of the Charlotte. Motor speedway coming up. So there's still some people around that drove in that inaugural six hundred when the track was tearing up and there were huge pot holes in his Richard. Petty said. You didn't raise you just dodge. The potholes reminds me when we had the Pothole here. Daytona a couple years ago and Dale Earnhardt Jr. said we'll just put a cone over. It makes race around it episode to. Do you have any idea who that is going to be? Can we preview? What folks should expect if they start listening? Well I have Idea in my mind but I have not yet called him and see if he's available. Okay so we haven't got it recorded yet recorded yet but you a tip you never promise something on a podcast until you've got the interview recorded that makes perfect sense. I like that idea. I have many times told people. Oh this is what's coming or this is what's happening like for instance. I've been telling folks are last couple of weeks. I've got a few more Richard childress racing interviews with some crew chiefs and things and last week I changed tactics and I went with Adam. Alexander to preview the Daytona five hundred of timing and now I wanted to get you on here because time with her podcasts. I'm sure all the retro racing fans are very unhappy that those other episodes have aired yet. Who's on the bucket list? If you really can get a certain someone who is the person you really want to have on your podcast wile. That's a very good question because I'm still making the list someone who really doesn't like to be in the public eye to lax to be in the background and that's Jim France. But you know I've I've known Jim for a long time and Lisa and of course watched Ben grow up and what they are doing with the sport and we'll do with the sport. I think should give everyone a good feeling. I know that this team these last ten days Daytona when I have driven into this track. I have felt an energy and excitement like I haven't felt here for the Daytona five hundred in a long time and it reminds me of the feelings that I had when I was editor of Nascar Winston Cup saying I actually fail last night the night before the Daytona five hundred like I did back then. That nervous excitement of anticipation and I did something that I used to do. All the time the night before the Daytona five hundred and that was drive down a one a through Daytona beach to see how many hotels had no vacancy signs out. And how many how many vacancies there were and were a lot of no vacancy signs. That's good thing that's a very good thing. Fifth consecutive sellout and the president is also visiting the Infield looks amazing with Campers and everything. There's a lot of people that come to this race and when we had to come in so early this morning there were a lot of people who apparently partied most of the night because they were not awakened and those motorhomes very calm and quiet outside this morning but if you can in the reason it was so different was because we did have to come in so early because of security but to me. I love watching a race track. Wake up to me. It's just so beautiful to see the Sun rising and the crews starting to work and you smell the bacon cooking in the camp grounds and all I just love watching a race track. Wake up and we're going to go to sleep to. Yeah we do that too I I have to admit that somebody had just put some steaks on the grill to see her as I was leaving last night and it smelled awfully good. Did I am going to keep track of the time that we are here today? I think I rolled through the tunnel at about six fifty eight. Am and I'm sure when we roll out of the tunnel it will be well past six o'clock pm so I'm GonNa put it more like nine or chance noise. That's why I said it's going to be well. Let's get back to the basics here in wrap this up so podcast racing. Now say it backwards for some reason. I don't know why I was GonNa say then. And now yeah. We discussed that bill and I discussed that and that was. We didn't like that. Okay so but gary healed designs such a cool logo for it was fantastic. You showed it to me. I thought it was great and it is trademarked people. The wards are trademarked. The logo is tried more has gone through so much more trouble than I did. I just threw podcast together. Deb's over here with official logos and trademarks legal behind the scenes slayings so racing now and then I episode with Brennan. Gone already out so follow. Deb Williams seventy two on twitter to get the speaker link. Now is the plan. I know you told me what you plan on. Drop it to drop a new episode. Every week What can you tell us about what folks should expect when those episodes will drop going forward? What's the plan? At least my game plan and of course it will not be on schedule due to Daytona and driving back from Daytona. Now we do not fly. We do not have private planes. It is a hard eight hour drive and the plan though going forward is to drop every Tuesday once we get into the season everything calms down over the next couple of weeks. Every Tuesday have re Tuesday all right well DEB. Is there anything else you want to promote about the podcasts? Anything else we should know about this experience. And what's coming or well now stay tuned. Because I'm going to be including telephone number where you will be able to call and leave questions or comments and if you have questions then I'll answer them on the podcast or if I can I'll get someone who can you're already making me look bad. You're already you're only one episode. No it's just that I've been doing a lot of thinking late at night and I was trying to figure out a way to connect with you the fan because without you and and you're listening to this we wouldn't be here and I actually heard where this was done on another podcast. So I'm I'm fudging. I'm plagiarizing a little bit. Here listen every idea is born from seeing a little bit of what other people do and then you make your own I think and I think certainly in the podcast space. A lot of us do that. You know whether it's just how we structure it or things we wanna talk about or just certain ways we want to include so hey sometimes you need to see how it works for other people and then make your own. That's true in Um will tell a little secret. What happened here. Anybody who was a subscriber to sing when Rob Griggs own seen rob would go at the end of the year to the magazine stands and get all different types of magazines when from rolling stone. To what now would be gardening gun. And he would sit down and go through them and pick out things that he liked. And that's how you got the photo bio and seeing. That was how a lot of things happened insane or we would get it. They back from our subscribers. I we'd like to see this. You know Many of you may not remember in this. My sound antiquated now because of satellite radio but before there was satellite radio. We had a request that we kept getting from truck drivers who wanted to know where they could pick up the races on the radio as they were traveling across country that is what led to the station listings in scene of where Maurienne. Npr In would be broadcasting the races so that they would know where they could listen to the races as they were doing their job. Traveling across country in the trucks in other words deb is one of the best in business and has experienced pretty much everything there is to experience not just a nascar but all across motor sports and that is going to make this podcast successful at. I'm very happy for you. I've seen the Labor of love. It has been so I hope everybody check it out. We'll thank you Kelly and again you have been very very instrumental in making this happen. And I couldn't have gotten edited and up without you and we couldn't get it on the other podcast platforms if it wasn't for you either so this has definitely been a team effort. I'm deeply grateful to you for it. Thank you deb. And I had plenty of time to chat yesterday February sixteenth before the Daytona five hundred and then when all the rain we encountered happen than I was happy to have her on and help promote the podcast again. It will not be a Nascar Center podcast so if you're looking for something else to satisfy your racing needs. I promise that DEB has you covered..
"deb" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"There's a lot of first of all really funny jokes. And I feel like a lot of them are fairly subtle. Like there was stuff. I was picking up on didn't pick up on until my like second viewing. And I feel like there's still a lot of stuff that I missed so. Yeah, I'm excited to go back and rewatch it so Amy's like she professes her love for Lucy Lucy. Is there? There's this big fight that unfolds, and then Lucy and Amy are running around the cross paths again at the same place that they did the first time they meet and they're like, oh my God. Let's be together and all the Deb shop, and they're like, wait. That's the way. Does that mean that endgame took place in the pool restaurant? Oh, I guess says only. Station scenes, they did have one building for ten days, but that hoax in. It's like a warehouse that they're running around in. So maybe the basement warehouse under the pool restaurant, which is also in Deb's academy deficit kademi the exterior may have been mostly a green screen. I'm not totally. I don't I guess they sort they could have been in the pool restaurant. So then Amy lose your like. Yeah. Let's be together. And the dubs are like, okay, we accept you. And that is pretty much the end of the movie they ride off into the sunset. They got in Janet get together to. Yes. Yes. That's true. Endings all round. Indeed. Then she has to be like, this is my boyfriend's Scud. Just too bad. So that's the story. We're going to take a quick break. And then we'll come right back. Hey, it's Caitlyn and Jamie Bechtel cab. Where's your to talk to you about third? Love once again. Yes, we are. I love my bra so much that I needed to talk more about it. Okay. Well, I have a bra anecdote, please tell me. Okay. So I went to a function the other night as wearing my third love brought because I needed everything in place shows wearing a tube top brag. And I went to the event and who is there. But Alfred Molina I was too afraid to talk to him. However, I was wearing my third love bra. And I think that those two things have to be, you know, you're just putting out good energy into the world. When you're wearing these bras. That's right. I can't think of a stronger endorsement than that the there. It's your good luck bra. It's my good luck bra my bra has maybe not allowed me to meet any celebrities who I love, but I have been wearing it very regularly. And you know, wash it a couple times. Brag and it still feels really great it still fits really well. And one of the things I love most about the experience was the convenience of not having to leave my house to go shopping. I love not leaving my house. It's the best. There is love hooks it up. So if you haven't heard of third love, it's an incredible brand underwear company that has one hundred.
"deb" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Only film in one room, and it's green screen at every time fifty percent of this movie takes place in the same room. And I love it. Okay. So should I do the recap of the movie Deb's? Yes, please. Okay. We start with some wild voiceover. That says that there is a secret test hidden within the SAT that measures a student's innate ability to lie cheat fight and kill and those who score well on this test are recruited into a secret paramilitary academy, and they call themselves Deb's, though, ABS the first I thirty seconds of this movie. I was like what? It's like watching it three times to just be like, I get the feeling. They're not gonna explain this again. They never do. Do we ever find out what Deb's stands for? Yes. We do isn't game. Yeah. Yeah. Stanford. It stands for discipline, energy and beauty. Oh, but it's also like debutantes because endgame is like, prom, basically. Yeah. Yeah. But yeah, she does. I forget doesn't like hall in Taylor indirectly define it like ten minutes before the movies over. Yes. A when she's reprimanding Amy a choice was made being a big old lesbian. You're one to talk Colin Taylor one to talk. I know there..
"deb" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"deb" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"At this point I'm telling you, I don't take anything for granted getting these Abby Maria flashbacks here. That's what we thought about an Patty. Also John. Yeah. Save. Anyone pulls an an Patty Darnell might have pulled the name, Patty closest to a name, Patty Moore pants, Patty. Okay. There are seven people in the game a, you cannot vote for sugar. She also has the idol whose going home could be. This could be a take this curse thing away from me moment where she passes it off to somebody else. Maybe France, Kwa you kind of a crazy move. Let's see. Sugar will not play her idol. Someone is going home tonight. The final seven, seven votes are cast Saco. Deb eaten, Deb, ooh, Sekou vote. That's two votes Sekou to votes. Sekou three votes sake of two votes. Revotes Deb revotes Sekou one vote left. Thank you. Oh, angel, safe. My good this, those Bob, like vibes of been extinguished or Saco what Iran, what are run for Sekou, let and this and this is they really be like Sekou in debt side to officially flesh out their newfound rivalry right here. Right now. They drew that line in the sand with a chainsaw. Voted for Sekou Jonny fairplay voted for Sekou and the voted or Sekou Zane and saying. Best friends voting for Sekou together. Sprint alliance. It's strong. Yep. Sekou sugar and Francesc wa of otas for depth. So now rock sugar is going to be in the game all by themselves. It's going to be a four v to potentially situation. Yeah, but it's the two of them plus an idol. So the best friends, they can't. They can't be feeling comfortable at this point ideal. Either sugar or Francesc wa could win immunity here at the final sex. Francisco can only win rewards SOL right now, isn't it great that we fan fixed this first of all this whole thing. But Secondly, this best friendship that existed between Jonny fairplay insane. And now they've like actually formed some kind of a pre-game alliance that nobody's really keen into that stuff. That's hard. That's hard? Yes, only in international survivor. Does that happen? All right. Let's get to the final six and talk. About what is going on. Maybe we have some clarity here with these alliances according to Brian steel, Deb and Vitas have an alliance of strength of three Francesca tip in sugar having alliance strength of nine. Okay. That makes sense to me. There's also an alliance five out of the six people that does not include Zane is also an alliance of Jonny fairplay vetus insane. Oh, yeah, completely on Zane is the lone OG by on left of this entire final sakes also Francesca and sugar outta lines with Deb, even though they voted against her at the previous travel according to Brian Steele didn't we might didn't. We say that that's a possibility with Zane here too is if he makes it all the way to the top and he's the last by on left, it's bigger saints. Sane had Saint head. Goat tential at maybe those words are coming to fruition here. All right. He's the last by on a jury. That's what has like four or five by on them right now. A pretty good block a good block. Final six, eight survivor. I boots immunity Deb cannot be voted out. We'll have one in five chance at one million dollars Deb eaten you were not even in the cast this morning, and here you are. How about that. United went past Kimmy cap and Berg at this point already final five. She's not going to get knocked out of the game in any kind of weird. Final six wizardry. So good for you sill. No one can find that idol. This has been a very well. We've had idols played successfully here at the end of the game. Not a lot of idols in advantages in play. No advantage get incoming here in survivor. I, it's just this one idol. It's that it's that Takeo idol has not been to cake in out of the game sugars. God it. She's got to play tonight. Right? You gotta match gonna play well. We'll see strangers strangers. You could play it up until the next travel council. If she gets wind of what's going on. Of course, the final six, the original survivor Cambodia, very famous in terms of going to a zero zero vote high. We will not have that tonight with only one idol in play..
"deb" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"Deb Perelman cooks, writes about cooking and takes pictures of the food that she's cooking for a living. And then she posts those pretty pictures of the fabulous dishes. She's created on her blog for the entire world to see and that can be intimidating for some even the people that she sees every day in her own life. When you go to someone's house for dinner or you're making something for a potluck, do you have a pressure now because you've been at food blogging for ten years, known as food lady? Are people afraid to cook for you? You don't. It's funny. I have friends who've said that, and I'm like, are you kidding me? There is nothing awesome than somebody cooking you dinner. I have never gone to somebody's house or eating food somewhere and been like, this is not up to scrutiny. Cooking is completely absolved of the rules that you would put for your own cooking or cooking at a restaurant. If you go to restaurant, you're paying a lot of money for food and it comes out under season. You're like, oh, come on what a racket, you know, but I'm no my God. I love it. When other people make dinner, please make me dinner. I love to save my energy for when I want to make dinner. Like it's such a luxury. I also feel. Feel like I was thinking this. If like if you have little kids and you've snack weak at school, and it's your turn to bring stuff, and I'm like, oh, they found out who I am. So I can't just, you can't just bring. I'm like, here's the principles. I know here's the pre cut fruit. I got it trader Joe's. I always feel like I have to bring it. So what do you bring for snack day? I wanna come to snack day all too many banana muffins with whole wheat flour. Wen time I made cheese straws which we're like goldfish crackers, not exactly health food, but we did it with grape. So Bisley gave the kids a little wine and cheese kinda thing. One time I did like a homemade lemonade would like concord grapes. But yeah, no, I do feel like I can't just bring a bag of pretzels. They're watching you. Oh, no, they found out. So what are some things that your kids really love that you make on my goodness, obviously, pasta pizza and cake. Okay. So I have two kids. One of them is a pretty good eater. He likes things that I make. So he there's a kale Caesar salad in the new book where you do these, I call it crushed, croutons crunchy season breadcrumbs, and you sprinkle it with the cheese between the layers with in this really sharp dressing. I was surprised, but that turn both of my kids into salad eaters..
"deb" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Deb welcome to the jesus christ show good morning jesus high have just a couple of minutes here how can i help you thank you for taking my call my question is after the resurrection because you were in bodily form is while you're on earth he did you regain your omni attributes that's an interesting question the omni attributes are not separate in the same way that you might think that the question is we've said on the show many times any question you ask of me to ask twice or it has to be answered twice because really has to deal with in my human state or as deity so it gets a little confusing but obviously as when you have the omni attributes omnipotence omniscience omnipresence all of those things it's i couldn't be omnipresent in the flesh can't be everywhere at once when i'm in the flesh but as far as the omni on the attributes being with me they're always with me always capable of them but in the physical ness in that state those omni attributes are not enacted in the same way so they never left and they weren't they weren't granted or taken away or something like that is just the usage of them is different in the flesh so and also in the flesh even omniscience or knowing everything these types of things your they manifest different but absolutely had them for after the resurrection before the resurrection just.
"deb" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
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