35 Burst results for "DOM"
The Eric Metaxas Show
Spencer Klavan Dives Into Gnosticism and the Greeks
"Just talking about what I threw out this idea that gnosticism can be laid at the feet of my people the Greeks. So talk more about that. Yeah, I want to exonerate you guys a little bit, actually. I mean, it's definitely true that there's a tendency in platonic thought to draw this dividing line between body and soul and this becomes really exaggerated and extreme among the neoplatonist guys like plotinus and I talk about this in the book in the body crisis section. It's also true that that concept of hylomorphism, the fusion. That's also a Greek idea. I'm getting it from Aristotle and from his work on the soul. And of course, it's really it's Thomas Aquinas who kind of baptizes Aristotle, brings this guy into the fold in a certain way. And adopts highly morphism as one of his governing mechanisms for understanding what we are. But there's this point that I make in the book that I think is kind of important. We think that people say Aquinas baptizes Aristotle as if that just means he's kind of claimed foreign tradition for himself and he's kind of ignoring the scripture at this point. But in fact, if you look at what Aquinas is doing there, it goes right back to genesis where there is a remarkable feature of the description of man that gets overlooked. And that's God takes the dirt DOM. And he molds it, and then he breathes into the breath of life. And that moment that the fusion of the two becomes a Jaime, a living soul, that it's not actually the dirt, and it's not even the breath of life, the kind of disembodied air that makes up man or the soul. It's the combination of the two, and it's perfectly. So there's kind of an amazing marriage there of Athens and Jerusalem.
The Officer Tatum Show
Former President Trump Visits Ohio
"All right, I got a bunch of other stuff I want to talk about. I want to give a shout out to president Trump. You know, I've been very critical of president Trump lately because he had he been doing a lot of shenanigans that I think is absolutely ridiculous and it's going to cost him the presidency in 2024. However, I really respect and appreciate what he did in Ohio. He went to east Palestine, Ohio, he flew in on his plane and he brought supplies to those people while dummy McDonnell DOM half dead falling up the stairs of Air Force One. I mean, we should be ashamed I was telling my wife this last night. How dare these people install a president that's that is that bad. I want to say all the stuff that I want to cuss and do all of these things to describe how I feel about President Biden, but I'm not going to do that 'cause I'm a Christian and I don't want to represent Jesus that way. However, I'm incredibly frustrated on a day to today basis. Thinking about how they screwed us and they put a half dead man in the office as the president.
AP News Radio
Hollywood sex symbol Raquel Welch dies at 82
"Active Raquel Welch has died after a brief illness, according to her agent, Welch was 82, a march east are a letter with a look at her career. Raquel Welch had all of three lines in the film 1 million years BC, but it made her a star, primarily because the animal skin bikini she wore in it. Welch told reporters in 2001, it was hard to overcome being a sex symbol. It's not all that much fun, as I was coming up to 40. I was looking for breadcrumbs along the road of sex symbol DOM, you know, okay, now what do I do next? And I couldn't find any that were very positive. While Welch appeared in other lusty roles, she also won a claim for her performances in the three musketeers in the James coco film wild party and in the TV movie right to die.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Your Title Doesn't Make You a Leader
"It's a 40 year career that begins at the Georgia Tech navy game, which I'll come back to. But I want to illustrate how you do name people who get the props. And I want to do it by naming our friend Rebecca, domski, and face. Now faces a call sign. All right, so the admiral's call sign is nasty. Fighter pilots and many other people get call signs, but fighter pilots always have a call sign. Rebecca is not a fighter pilot, but tell us about face and DOM loss. And how they helped you out because looking down for leadership lessons is as important as looking up to mentors. Oh, absolutely. And if there's any of your listeners that think because you have the title, you're the only one with the answers. Please read my book because I demonstrated and all through this book, like good grief, nasty. How come you didn't kill yourself 12 times? How come you didn't get relieved like 15 times? Yes, gosh. I locked a rock. And it was only because of the people on my team that I'm still here today with the ability to write a book from a positive perspective, but Rebecca dunzo is the finest officer of the deck in the United States Navy for only one reason. She stood up to a type a fighter pilot, sure he was right, captain.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: Feeling Betrayed by the Republican Party
"Wondering if you kind of feel is betrayed as I do. With what's been revealed with Elon Musk with the behavior of our Republican members of the House and Senate. I mean, it's just demoralizing to those of us that have supported Republican candidates have knocked on doors. They've given money, have voted for them. Only to find out that they're really, there's not a DOM's worth of difference. You know, major issues between Republicans and Democrats. I mean, I remember that movie back in the 80s called red dawn where the United States was invaded. Remember that? I do remember that movie. Yeah, okay, yeah. It was a good movie. And we were having a fight for our survival. It was a Russian Cuban Nicaraguan invasion. Well, based on what Elon Musk is revealed with the collusion between big tech with the government, the media, the Democratic Party, and everything that's been done to our country. It's almost like that we've been invaded and defeated, maybe we don't have the body count. But the net result is the same. We've lost control of our stuff and border. We become a one party state. The destruction that's being done to the economy, foreign policy, it's just, it's humiliating. And it's like, what do we do? And I just hope that Kevin McCarthy, if he's the Speaker of the House and Republicans coming in, we'll do something to hold these people accountable. And not cave in and give us some type of remedy. What's being done? Look, Charles, that's going to have to happen. And look, you are right to feel the way you feel.
The Officer Tatum Show
Walmart Shooting: Manager Kills Six at Virginia Store
"Authorities in Chesapeake Virginia released an image Wednesday of the suspected shooter, they say gunned down 6 people inside of a Walmart where he was employed and injured several more in a deadly rampage authorities have identified the gunman as 31 year old, dumb, dumb, McDonnell DOM, Walmart previously told Fox digital that this dude was an overnight team lead and he's been employed with us since 2010. Chesapeake police responded to the Walmart on Tuesday night amid reports of an active shooter just before ten, 15 p.m. once inside officers began to evacuate the big box store, at least 50 people were inside, the building, according to police, three people, including his fool, were found dead, and an employee break room, another found dead, I need the front of the store, three other victims were taken to the hospital where they later died in total 6 people were killed and several others were wounded, employee, Breonna Taylor, said that overnight stock team of about 15 to 20 people had just gathered in a break room to go over the morning plans when shots rang out. She said, meeting was about to start and her team lead said, all right guys, we have late night ahead of us. When her manager turned around and opened fire on the staff, that's which is crazy. How many God dang? He was just shooting all throughout the room. She said, it didn't matter who he hit. He didn't say anything. He didn't look at anybody and he's specific type of way, a witness also told the news that she heard the suspect laughing at one point and that she believed that the shooting was planned.
The Voicebot Podcast
"dom" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"Plus I know many of you would rather listen and watch. This way you have both options. DOM and I got together at voice bots Cynthia conference in September. That is the online event where we talk about AI technologies and the synthetic media category. That ranges from GPT-3 and text image generators to voice clones in virtual humans, our one, offered those latter two technologies to adopt for his digital twin. I'm sure you're going to find this interview in interesting. And maybe you'll want to create your own clone. By the way, voice bot is going to host Cynthia to the online synthetic media conference on December 14th. We have some amazing guests lined up who are true innovators in the synthetic media space, and there's going to be a particular focus on some applications that use natural language to generate text and images. We didn't do as much of that. We did some of that and first in the event, but we're going to focus a little bit more on that this time. There's going to be some artists or an author, an engineer inventor, some other surprises, actually one of those surprises. I'm not going to tell you all the surprises. But one of those surprises will be some new research on text and image generators. And that's from voice bob. We're going to debut there, some of this research and our findings, the attendees will get early access, maybe something special there. However, you must register to attend it is online, but we will have to limit the audience. So I recommend you go and register if you want to attend live, or have easy access to the event reporting afterwards. Just go to voice by AI and click Cynthia and the navbar, and there's a link there to the registration page. Now DOM esposito began creating tech review videos on YouTube way back in 2012. He's a true pioneer in the space, and you can find his work at YouTube dot com forward slash DOM. That URL will give you a sense about how early he was and how YouTube believed early on that he was an important creator. DOM was previously a writer at 9 to 5 Mac and app advice and a creatives producer, a clear channel, which is now known as iHeart. Next up, becoming a digital twin and how creators will use virtual humans. Let's get started. Artificial intelligence is everywhere in our lives. The phones we use, the cars we drive, the devices we buy, even down to tech used in certain surgeries. And recently, I had the opportunity to be cloned by artificial intelligence and, well, let me tell you, it's pretty wild. Hello, this is DOM. Your friendly neighborhood artificially intelligent virtual human. Lately, I've been working on a project with a company called hour one who specializes in virtual humans and I've been turned into exactly that. So how did we get here? Well, I had to go through a process of documenting my movements, my speech patterns, things like that in front of a huge green screen so that they could extract that data and it can be put together using their AI algorithm to generate what is now my artificially intelligent avatar. Okay, so I should bring DOM esposito up onto the stage right now..
The Hockey PDOcast
"dom" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Can be a player prop as well. I mean, it's not fair that Andy got two and then mentioned my biggest one. I won't blame him too much because I'll give you a layout. So I'll let him have that one. And if Andy lebrun's fan talking up the bruins, I got to go with my guys and talk up the Minnesota wild. There we go. My model has loved for two years straight. And has made me a lot of money and the market still isn't as fond of them as I think they should be. I think when I wrote my best bets for futures article a few weeks ago, they're over under whether on 9.9 and a half. And I think that's moved since to over a hundred, but I still have them around like a 106 107 points. And there's still room to hit that over. And the wild sense caprice came have been on league's most exciting teams and I think they played around a 110 or 12 point pays for two straight seasons now. And I think even losing chemical, they're not getting the respect, they deserve, but that's just that's just always the case with the wild and they're my ride or die. And it's not just their over under. I like them to win the division, the conference, the cup. Obviously too much smaller degrees by think if you want a longer shot but while that's 20 to one is pretty good and if you don't think that there will be one of the teams in the east then the conference is fine as well. That obviously depends on how you see them stacking up to the avalanche. And I don't think it's favorable by any means, but the avalanche did lose a lot of talent. The off season that I don't mind the wild God this year. Yeah, Andy, yesterday, when I did I did players, I'm excited to watch the season I talked a lot about Matt boldy and how I feel like him and Marco Rossi kind of step in and cover for some of what they're losing with Kevin fiala's departure. I feel like the perception for this team, especially heading into the off season was very doom and gloom because last year felt like, especially after they acquired Marc Andre fleury, it was like, all right, we're going to go for it this year. We're going to push our chips in. This is the final year before the buyouts for Parisian suitor kind of become extremely prohibitive and take up 15% of our cap. And then they lose in around one, and then they wind up trading Kevin fiallo for futures, basically. And it feels like people are sort of have been expecting them to take a step back or have missed their window to really kind of compete for a Stanley Cup. But I look at this roster and I think there's still so much there in place like dawn was saying to compete. And if you believe that that's going to be the case and they're going to hit this over and potentially even challenge Colorado for the central division title, it seems like Capri saw but then you can get them at like 12 to one or something for the heart. Maybe even D and evason at 20 to one for Jack Adams. It feels like just because of that perception that this team isn't supposed to be as good if they wind up bucking that and actually providing the results. You're going to be able to fill in that narrative as well. All right, the coach or the best player kind of carry this team and overcame this obstacle that they had up against the cap. Yeah, so I'm not as high on the wild as DOM is. I don't think anybody is out there.
The Hockey PDOcast
"dom" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Be in that in the thick of that race because there's a bit too much challenge in this lab connect me therapy Atkinson haze as you mentioned. They have some okd with prograf and spanheim and Deangelo is fine on the power play as well. So it seems like Arizona Chicago they don't have as much Chicago obviously has Kane, but you know they're doing everything they can to get rid of him and really just has a bit more. Yes, I guess the bar is very low to clear in that regard. So yeah, you got me there. Andy, like looking at the opposite end of things, right? The obvious kind of opposite extreme here, thinking about the incentive for the top teams. I think the leafs are kind of in their own discussion here because I think the ascendant is pretty clear at the state of the Atlantic division bracket and try to play a wild card team in round one. So for them to try to finish atop the Atlantic and get as many points they can in the regular season. That makes a lot of sense. When you look at a team like Colorado though, for example, who obviously just won the cup last year, is it fair to kind of wonder about what their own incentive is going to be throughout this regular season in terms of pacing themselves and potentially not needing to have kale mccart and Devon Dave's out there for 27 minutes a night in a random back to back regular season game when they clearly have higher aspirations moving forward. Yeah, I don't know. I do wonder about that, but I think like, I mean, you look at, you look at Colorado last year, the injuries kind of kind of pace them for themselves, I guess. You know what I mean? Landis cognitive 31 games to choose convince 20 games. McKinnon 17 page 16 kadri 11 rancid in 7, even the car missed a handful of games like, I think there's a couple of different ways this could go. I do wonder about that, but I mean, I'm not a mind reader. So I just, I just try to try to stick with what I know and I think this is obviously elite hockey team and maybe we haven't seen really the best of this group yet. Like McKinnon scored 40 goals the last time you played a full 82 game season. So I don't know, it's going to be really interesting to see just how these days, like you said, how they pace themselves, how they play each and every night. So I'm excited to find out. Tom, what do you think about that? Because any alluded to it, we saw it last season and obviously some of it wasn't intentionally their own doing it kind of worked out this way. Their entire team was missing because of the COVID protocols for a while and they had injuries here and there throughout it's not like they planned and even necessarily, but it did work out neatly in the regard that a lot of their top players actually wound up playing somewhere between 65 and 70 games as opposed to the full 82 and potentially that that helped them in the postseason.
The Hockey PDOcast
"dom" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Filippovich. Welcome to the hockey PDO cast. My name is Dimitri filipovic and joining me again as we sort out through these technical difficulties. It's my good buddy, Don Les Trish and DOM, what's going on man? It's been so long since I've talked to you. It's a pleasure to be here. Oh, you sound, you sound amazing. I know more echo no more reverberations. It's good old DOM, so I'm excited about this. Also joining. If you heard the yakov too, 'cause I thought that was just on mine. I was trying to talk to those. Oh no, it was absolutely. I think everyone was hearing it. So I'm glad that we've sorted that out by the looks of it. Also joining us are pal Andy McNeil, Andy. What's going on? Hey, yeah, I think I don't feel as bad now that I was so awkward trying to answer your questions because I couldn't hear half of them. And I could only hear myself talking when I was talking. So I'm glad we're through that and we can talk about hockey down. Let's do it. So let's start it back up from the top. We're going to repeat it just because I really want to get this conversation going and smooth as possible. So what I was saying was, I was listening to the low post podcast and they were talking about how in the MBA, there's a concern this season that the bad teams are going to be especially incentivized to just completely blow it up and strip it down and anyone that's performing well and actually helping them try to win games, try to trade them away to increase their odds of getting the number one overall pick because there's a generational talent in this year's class. And we can kind of apply a similar principle, of course, a different league, but a similar principle in the NHL this season with Connor bedard and how good he looks and how teams are just celebrating or the idea of potentially adding him into the mix and instantly getting better next season because he's already that good.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Don Lemon Berates Scientist Over Global Warming
"Lemon had a the to see that. The DOM lemon. Clip from CNN or Don lemon is a Tucker Carlson calls him. So he had an official on CNN from the national whatever the whatever association of scientists oversees hurricane issue. And said, so tell us the effect that global warming had in producing such a powerful storm. And the guy says, I'll talk about that another time. Let me talk about the storm. And he pursued it again and the guy says, well, the effect of global warming on any given storm is not all that clear. So Don lemon pursued and said again, well, it is clear, storms are rougher today, stronger today because of global warming. He's telling the scientists that he knows that they are stronger today. There were years that we didn't even have a strong storm in the very, very recent past. It may have absolutely nothing to do with global warming. Let's put it this way. I don't know, and Don lemon doesn't know.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
Allison Gill's Concern Over Trump Blackmailing America
"One of the things that the DoJ keeps harping on and the ODNI keeps harping on is that, you know, we have to find out where we still haven't recovered all the documents. There were 90 misses empty folders. And we have to continue this risk assessment. And it's linked to the criminal investigation because we have to know where this information went if it was compromised. The fact that it was just down in Mar-a-Lago in a basement means it is compromised. So it's going to, I think we're going to, you're right, we're going to find out a lot of really, really scary stuff. And probably stuff that we won't find out about because it's so top secret. Well, would you heard what Michael Cohen said that he has this stuff he stole to he will blackmail the United States government to get out of going to prison, that he will use he will, I will release these whatever it is nuclear, whatever information. I mean, that's terrifying. Yeah, and his lawyers were up there talking to Wyndham. Last Thursday at Maine justice, purportedly about executive privilege assertions over folks like Patsy baloney and pat philbin and Eric hirschman, who's a riot, by the way. I love him. More bombs per square inch than any lawyer I've seen on TV thus far. Fantastic. So it seems he seems a little DOM. He seems a little dummy. Give me the best effin advice lover up and give you. Criminal defense lawyer. How you doing? He's having some serious parties. So yeah, we just have to very carefully watch that. But you know, I'm wondering if and when he's going to make he's already made had somebody make a phone call to Merrick Garland saying, it's a nice country you got here. It's a shame if something happened to it. You know, so I'm wondering when the outreach will be if he takes these nuclear documents and said, boy, I have some interesting information on the nuclear weapon locations for England. Be a real shame if Putin found out about, you know, like when does it come?
The Eric Metaxas Show
Journalist Kay Rubacek Describes Her Journey Examining China
"Talking to a journalist, a writer, award winning filmmaker, K rubic, the book rather new. It's called who are China's Walking Dead, a personal journey into the strange world of communist culture and official DOM. So what led you to write this book? In other words, this incident happens 21 years ago. What's been your journey in the 20 years since then? That's led you to write this book and make these documentaries. So after I studied art at college, and there I really received this socialist indoctrination. And this is an Australia. This was 25 more than that years ago. And I was, I knew something was wrong. But I couldn't identify it. Then, you know, I go through this journey and I realize I have to be careful with what I educate myself with. I need to keep a broad mind. Because in that socialistic indoctrination, you just so limited. And so after having this experience with in China, I had been working already as a producer in video and education for quite a few years professionally. So I started to turn my skills to use it for good rather than just for commercial purposes. So I took that turn and my husband's been fantastic to support me in my efforts there and I made a documentary called finding courage, which is the one I mentioned there's a family. A family story of surviving persecution in China under the communist regime. And they, as victims, they couldn't tell me why. Why the state is so brutal. Why the torture is so brutal. And so cruel, so I had to, as a journalist, I felt it's my obligation to talk to some perpetrators and
The Charlie Kirk Show
The History of Really Horrible Ideas With Michael O'Fallon
"Back to what you talk about post Vatican two, kind of in this area, this kind of period of time. What was it about that period of time, marcuse, you know, that really thing started to become, you started to see institutions pop up around this kind of globalist point of view. Well, if you take a look back to that time period, we're talking about between the early 60s and mid 60s and late 60s to have several different things that were happening at the same time. Number one, you were in a post Stalin era in Russia. You had a change within what was happening within Marxism and communism throughout the world. Both with internationally within Vietnam within Central America within South America within different parts of Africa and so forth. And then as well, you had within Vatican the Vatican two situation, which was happening within the Roman Catholic Church, you had kind of a reimagining of the faith, the center of the catacombs that took place just the beginning of Vatican two. And that's with DOM helder Camara, with many others, were basically they were intentionally trying to move the church, the Roman Catholic Church, to understand it as a faith of the oppressed, which then that theme generatively is then constituted reconstituted within someone by the name of Paula Ferrari. It's a good friend of ours named doctor James Lincoln has been hitting that quite a bit later. In Paul ferreri would write the book the pedagogy of the oppressed. And then as well, the politics of education. And in chapter ten of the politics of education, you would see polyphonia start to basically introduce everyone to the concept that basically what basically what this is is a catechesis or a teaching of these things, not just through education, but as well, you need faith, too.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Left Wing Sheep, Have You Any Wool
"So she says this and I want you to hear how the sheep, the left wing sheep, which is redundant. All leftists are sheep, not all liberals, liberals are weak, but they're not necessarily sheep. But all the left wing sheep on the media. This is how they reported with zero evidence. Zero evidence. This is how they reported the claim by the duke girl. Hey duke volleyball player is speaking out after she and other black teammates. And threatened during a match against Brigham young university on Friday. A volleyball match between CNN university turned ugly after one duke player was heckled with racist slurs, racist slurs, hurled at a dude. During a match at Brigham young. It's not just the absolute racist attacks that Rachel Richardson and her fellow African American volleyball players endured. The richness it was not only called the Indian women. She served during a game against BYU. She was threatened and she said she was made to feel unsafe in a crowded gym. So here's my question. I used to be on Don lemon somewhat frequently. And I would like to ask DOM when you said that. If we were to put you on a lie detector, would you have passed the test if the question that you had to answer was, do you believe what she said to be true?
The Eric Metaxas Show
James Howard Kunstler: 'Politically, I Was Never a Lefty'
"I was never a lefty, really. And I had my first encounter with politics in a strange way when I was a college student, I ran for student government president as a joke. When I was a sophomore, and I won the election. And all of a sudden, I was in this position in 1968, 69, 68 and 69, which was the height of the Vietnam War. And also the height of the beginning of the hippie, the hippie age going sour, because that would be the summer of Charlie Manson and elephant. And Woodstock, which was not altogether bad, but had some elements that weren't so appetizing. And so hippy DOM was kind of going south. And I was tussling with student radicals who were making my life miserable in this job I had. And what college? I was a SUNY college. It was one of the four year liberal arts college. But you wilderness of upstate New York. You saw clear enough to where the radicals were, you could see that they were. What I saw was that they were despots. Even in 1964, despots. They were trotskyites. They were despots. They wanted to basically tell march you around and tell you what to do. And I could see that very clearly. And it's been coming on for the next 55 years.
AP News Radio
Mets rally in 9th, score 5 in 10th to beat Reds 8-3
"The mets erupted for 5 runs in the tenth inning to beat the reds 8 to three in the rubber match of the three game series Brandon nimmo belted a three run Homer to cap the rally Very important when you know even though it's against Cincinnati they made us fight and scratch and claw for everything we got this whole series DOM Smith doubled home the tie breaking run and James McCann added an RBI single before nimmo collected his third hit of the night and third run scored Starling Marte's RBI double in the 9th forced extra innings before the Met stayed two and a half games ahead of second place Atlanta in the NL east I'm Dave
AP News Radio
Authorities Find Belongings of Missing Journalist and Expert in Amazon
"The search for an indigenous expert and a journalist who disappeared in a remote area of Brazil's Amazon continues following the discovery of a backpack and other personal belongings submerged in a river The items have been taken by federal police officers by boat to Italia do not the closest city to the search authorities saying they've identified the items as belonging to the missing men including a health card and clothes of Bruno Pereira the Brazilian indigenous expert a firefighter has told reporters the backpack identified as belonging to Britain DOM Phillips was found tied to a tree that was half submerged is
The Dan Bongino Show
Mike Lee: The Incredible Timing of Releasing Book 'Saving Nine'
"You So you have this new book out saving 9 now Interesting I mean the timing was fortuitous You had written this book about this ongoing onslaught against our court system You being a very skilled lawyer yourself And conveniently right around this time we see the Dobbs roe V wade decision is about to come out And we're seeing renewed attacks against the legitimacy against the Supreme Court We haven't even had confirmation of what the ruling is yet So unfortunate but fortuitous timing for the writing of this book Exactly Correct on both fronts when I started writing saving 9 over a year ago They didn't know this leak was going to happen Nor did I know exactly when a ruling in the DOM's case might occur but I had a feeling that Rome might be on the chopping block because roe is bad law But I started predicting based on a variety of tea leaves and based on what the Democrats were talking about starting early in this administration the President Biden might try to follow what his role model Franklin D. Roosevelt tried to do by packing the court I thought we can't afford that We are still paying the consequences suffering the dire consequences from what happened last time he tried to pack the court in 1937 I explained this in great detail in chapter four of saving 9 And I'm more concerned than ever now Dan especially in the link of these leaks from the Supreme Court That's exactly what they're going to try to do We know that because they're already doing it
AP News Radio
Smith, McNeil 4 hits each as Mets beat Phils behind Scherzer
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The Trish Regan Show
Trish Sits Down With KeyCity Capital's Charlie Dombeck
"I'm joined. Again, on the program by my friend Charlie DOM, great to have you back, Charlie from key city capital, who, by the way, has been predicting this, thinking that we were heading in this direction, maybe not as soon as it's happening, but at Charlie, you've been warning about this for quite some time. Give us your reaction to the GDP numbers. Yeah, so in the pandemic, in the early stages, we saw GDP decline, but we expected a recover. We got the recovery. This is a little bit different. We have been talking about this event since I have been working with you on your show. It was a bit unexpected by the markets, but not unexpected by us. And I believe we are in the early stages of an economic correction, potential economic recession. And here's the thing, we have not even experienced the significant interest rate increases at the Federal Reserve is poised to enact. And 13 out of the last 16 times the Federal Reserve increased interest rates, we ended up in a recession. And now you have major banks around the world predicting potentially very severe economic recession coming forward. Yeah. I mean, that was a new report out of Deutsche Bank, just this week. A couple of weeks ago, they said maybe it would be a mild recession. Now they're talking about a major recession. I don't know how the fed manages to move rates that much higher and not actually cause an economic
The Larry Elder Show
Caller Shelton Relays a Message of Gratitude to Guest Tuan Dom
Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"dom" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"Let's talk. nfl football week number. One from the score guy dom constantino joining us here on pushing the odds don knapp peralta aurea great matt. Thanks for having me good to talk to you too all right. Let's start with this question kind of a softball one. But the biggest surprise the biggest story surprise from week one of the nfl to you is what has to be jameis winston and the saints in general. I think we didn't know what to expect from winston and how much of a change. His sort of high risk reward style would be for the saints For him to go out and have a game he did was one thing but also for their defense to just shut down and and completely Smother the green bay packers. Who i think we all thought. Despite all the offseason turmoil would be a super bowl threat. was really really a big surprise and me talk three weeks ago and i told you the states. We're gonna be good. You listen to me. Nobody wanted to listen to me. You know i just didn't know You know winston would be and but but you're right you know he was you sean. Payton's got him had him playing under control taking what he's what he's been given. I think i think he only threw two passes with beyond twenty air yards so you know not not taking chances taking those shots downfield like he did when he was turning the ball over a lot and topix one game but That's about as good as they could have hoped for. I would agree. What do you think of this statement. I was talking about this off the air a little bit. There are seventeen games so really the first couple of weeks. I don't wanna say they don't matter they matter obviously but is it different now because of the length of the schedule that there is so much time that we could have like in the nba. There's like two or three actual seasons inside the inside the actual season because you recreate your team injuries. You add players you you find something that works and you keep on keep on using. It does week one week two. Does it really matter anymore giving. We're playing seventeen games. While i think it matters first and foremost for possible playoff positioning. You know i mean pittsburgh's now got a tiebreaker over buffalo new orleans has that over green bay when you come down to it but but to your broader point. I think you're you're correct. They did there. There are times now. They're opportunities for teams. To course correct. I think the tampa bay buccaneers or a perfect example of that when we look at how where they were at seven and five last season You know and what they did to turn it around and win the super bowl. So you know i. And the way the seahawks even looked in the first half of the year when russell wilson on stoppable and looked like a surefire. Mvp candidate and the wheels kind of came off by the end of the year..
Unreserved Wine Talk
"dom" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk
"What makes dom perignon such a great luxury brand apart from. You know it's really expensive and it's really great. It is the largest produce luxury wine in the world. five million bottles of it even at that production level it's able to have maintained its status. Its scarcity in its quality so to have been able to establish such success. Keep that story. There keep some prestige. Keep the prestige of the brand while having spaniard. It's you know that is amazing. And i guess it's the story. As well of the monk dom perignon he was probably influential in establishing how champagne is made but he didn't invent it. I don't think his name was necessarily that big back then adds the beauty of storytelling. He's become this mythical bigger than my figure that when he was alive probably was just like a pretty good winemaker thirst to learn about wine. D love stories about wonderfully obsessive people. Ponting lee beautiful places and amusingly awkward social situations. That's the blend here on the unreserved wine. Talk podcast i'm your host natalie maclean and each week i share with.
Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"dom" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
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Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"dom" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"Let's talk some. Nfl football with our guide dom constantino futures writer for the score the score bet and more here on pushing the odds dom map peralta aria. Good good matt. How are you. Thanks for having me. Thanks for coming on. Let's start with the tim. Tebow conversation today in full disclosure. I just did a lot on bill. Because i really believe that people who are hating on tim tibor just miserable and don't chase their dreams and hate a guy for doing it but i said today it was the right decision. The team had no choice up to the video came out. the first. preseason game was pretty ugly but what was your reaction to tim. People get cut from jacksonville. Today i wasn't surprised. I i never thought he was going to make the team to begin with. I feel like he got the opportunity. After all these years. Because of his connection to urban meyer and you know he was going. He was given a good faith opportunity to see what he could do. Position switch after having been away from football for so long. But i was always a long shot For him just given his age given how you know he away from the game. All this time You know. I have no opinion one way or the other on on on on the merits of what he was trying to do chasing his dream any of that. But you know. I always thought that this is kind of a long shot situation. He was given a non-guaranteed deal. And that's that yeah. The thing i question was if you brought tim tebow in could you cut him and they clearly could because they did in the first round of what's he didn't survive it. So i guess. On level it shows urban. Meyer will give you a chance. But then if it doesn't work he'll pull the trigger and let you go. Yeah i mean they. They obviously have the connection going back to their their time together at the university of florida and he was. You know it'd be probably extended him an opportunity..
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"dom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"And be legendary dude. This is so interesting so. I have a growing hypothesis. I'm a lay person. So take it for what it's worth but i've growing hypothesis that just an absolute overwhelming number of the issues that we face as sort of chronic illness things that we think of as being genetic issues are basically we're doing things agitate our immune system and it's the prolonged over activity of the immune system. That's really the problem and so anything that lowers it so going back to that key inside the gave me at the beginning that basically you get an insult to the immune system whatever that maybe and then you eat something top carries pathogens or whatever and so you and then if on top of that you're also just your standard american diet which is highly inflammatory from the amount of glucose that it contains that we're just constantly agitating the immune system agitating agitating agitating. And when i now put it into a an evolutionary context. And i'm going to do something that may make you deeply uncomfortable with somebody who really understands science but i find it incredibly useful to get a sense of what the bumpers in the bowling alley are. But i'm going to create a narrative that i can sort of make these dots connect so if i think about health from an evolutionary standpoint and i think about what fasting would be because from an evolutionary standpoint. Fasting is hey motherfucker. You're about to die. You better eat something. And if in those moments things get worse and it's harder to move her to harder to see all of that i'm fucked and so evolution has over this extraordinary extraordinarily long period of time has selected for people that have a. It's not superhuman but like this. Everything improves by slipping into this. Yo you're actually in kind of a dangerous state. You food has obviously become scarce. I need you hyper vigilant. I need you focused. But i'm not the immune system is going to chill out. Because i can't have all my resources going to that which then reduces inflammation makes your joints feel better. You can think more clearly. Don't have headaches on. Does that narrative though not proven out make sense from an evolutionary perspective. So i mean i believe. Evolution was god's tool for creation so So there's a lot. There's a big debate between science and religion. And i think a lot of the debate really is centered around evolution and there's creative evolution or intelligent design that people talk about but Many of the upper level scientists believe they advance in their knowledge about Biochemistry and life in creative evolution is that evolution although there's not hard evidence for this but Being devout christians they believe that if come to the consensus upon studying all the philosophy all the religion all the am very deep levels of of science. That creation Evolution is sort of god's tool for creation and our concept of god can be highly variable even in the same religion right so but bringing it back to fasting. I think that going into being infested state There's an evolutionary advantage evolution being a tool of god. That can create hyper vigilance in cognition hyper vigilance in your immune system and And wouldn't it have to be the opposite that the immune system chills out. Well your immune system becomes more powerful and hyper vigilant. Because it's not dealing with other pathogens antigens that you've introduced three years you know i don't want to derail you but i think this is important enough to stop on. So you've got you get a virus from the outside. You walked us through. The immune system goes crazy. So in a good thing the immune response and the inflammation is a very beneficial thing. Because it's like working out right if you do it extremely hard workout and then you take blood you should and he had someone looking at. You would basically say stop doing what you just did. The adaptive response to that stimuli which is very good so when you fast. There's an adaptive response that can further augment fatty acid oxidation. In the liver. Your liver becomes better at kita genesis. So there's an up regulation of kita genesis. There's an up regulation of keitel it again. I'm allow your body to use a key fuel. The more you do it the better you get at it and you become a much more efficient ketone producer in keystone utilize or when you fast. This is augmented response is in response to a stimulus with your immune system the augmented response. And if you take the peak of the response that's when you are adapting not the nater the nater is when you become hyper vigilant to build to detect various antigens at you're putting in your body and then your body is already adapted and augmented in a way to deal with the challenge. So it's like you know you wouldn't go into a max effort lift if you just did your max effort. Lift the day before right. You want your body to recover and heal and then you are much more able to recruit that contract tile apparatus to move the way. So was the immune system overreacting. Because i think of my story was the immune system gets some insult whether it's a virus whether it's the food that you eat whatever it gets that insult and you get inflammation and so if inflammation is useful but ultimately has a problem inside. Acute inflammation is like super useful. So think about acute inflammation is like working out right and so you have a stimulus. You have damage. And then the adaptive response so this storm that kills people with co vid dat that is due to the chronic nature of the virus. That doesn't seem to make sense or you're saying because hey the reason that it's only problematic and people that have homer is because they've already had this chronic problem. That actually makes a lot of sense. Is that yeah. Well cove is a little different. You can have your if you're healthy young people it's very Potentially very damaging for them because a very large immune response could cause more damage to your internal organs. So if you're immune system is my term of hyper vigilant is being able to detect something. Deal with it and neutralize it okay. So that's hyper digilent- without overreacting so that's a proper immune response whereas if you have an auto immune condition under no situations that i'm aware of our auto. Antibodies beneficial. Maybe they are. I don't know from my knowledge you know about the immune system. Immunology no context our auto. Antibodies a good thing if you had an auto immune meaning your body reacting to itself so anybody's against itself against proteins that are in itself and i mean we.
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"dom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Everybody. Welcome to another episode of health theory. Today we are joined by somebody who was going to make your brains leak out through your ears the one and only dumb deg dino dom welcome to the show man. Thanks for having me tom dude. I'm excited to have you back the last time we talked about the brain and all the things around optimizing that but this time i want to dive into some really juicy stuff so i heard you in podcast. Say something that. I've heard of the people sorta dance around be really came out and said we need to make this prime time thing. We need to get everybody focused on if you want to avoid getting sick in these very troubling times then you need to base. You didn't say stay. Lean but you said that the heavier people get the more risk they are and they've got to know that and they've got to get the weight down and when you say wait. I assume you mean body fat. Why does that matter. Well i mean it can mean body fat. But we're in interesting times and with kobe. The main risk factor. That's not really being discussed as much as it should be is metabolic health. I mean that's why we have. You know the conference metabolic health summit which is bringing together clinicians and scientists and networker z- To discuss this topic before kovac's even hit And we do know that if you have hyperinsulinemia hyperglycemia in type two diabetes. If you're overweight if you're obese your astronomically at a higher risk for contracting but having a poor outcome if you have covered nineteen infections whether it be you know just your immune system or your Atherogenic risk or your body's ability to cope if you have hyperglycemia and high inflammation. That's a bird in that your body has to deal with in addition to the covert infection. And that could also exacerbate the inflammatory response so having optimal metabolic health in terms of low insulin. Low glycemic variability low glucose overall And just optimizing your cardio..
"dom" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Consume that. You can talk about that. Does make it rather tricky. I am directing a giant franchise. That will come out before the end of this year that i've been on the performance capture and the voice over for and icons oke about it But i also blizzard stuff so direct over watching. Here's the stolen hostile. Warcraft and diablo restarting on the full. Very soon i drink fort night and then Apec sledge's is ongoing and continuously developing and continuously kind of confusing with stories and plots and intrigue. And who's related to who and so. Let's coming up as well. And then i start shitting on season three of berry where very soon which i'm very very excited about. I cropped up in the season two with a just basically w- onscreen and grinned. But i'm hoping this macaques depend on the season three several. I love working with that team. That a great bunch of people and so. I'm very excited about that. It was a powerful grin by the way. Thank you very much. Set it off advil. Hey thank you bill. so how. How familiar are you with domino from fast and furious and black widow from emc to be the world's leading expert on monosyllables them and so. I'm a huge vin diesel fan. That's me covering for saying very little eye. Outclass ray in the fact that i have never seen a first years film but i have just done. I've done a bit of sneaky brushing up recently. When i knew i was going to be doing this. And i've obviously seen the avengers now little familiar with with black widow and her sacrifice and an her skills. So you know i'm i. I'm a dabbler rather than mercer. Shall we say what i appreciate. Jabe having you on the show. Is i really feel like you're classing joint up. It's and maybe that's my mistake. Listen man just put the on the accident onto. Descend more more intelligent than i actually am. I don't sound like that at all actually from ohio and And so it's it's just try sound smarter man. I mean what are you going to do. I'm with these intellectual powerhouses here. I can't compete with that. Well i mean. I'm not going to deny that. Yes that is a frequently said thing something. No one has ever. I don't mean to say it. it's so true. That's it's about that time ray. Let's get started. Police do the honors and announce it as matchup. I'm scared representing the. Mc you the assassin. You gotta keep a gpu tracker. On 'cause she just keeps romanoff ads representing the fast and furious franchise the racer who might use nitrous. But his car's always run on diesel dom thereto is usually say. Well done ray twice this time. Whoa well done right before we go any further. Let's go over the rules for. Who would win match now. Rule number one eastern bedroom make re points number two the win matches a random encounter neutral location with no prior knowledge of the time to prepare for the fight rule number. Three the debater mistake within the confines of the character's personality and the exact version that character has to be specifically say. Look in most of these matches you have. Hey i'm going to read superman. We got tell us. It's the animated version of the comic book version. So i'm pretty sure there's only one version of dominic hereto and obviously the nc version of black widow. Unless i'm wrong on this one ranked. Actually i'm going to be using the lawgivers in red retto no of course using word from the movies fast and furious one through f nine it. I a very very. I couldn't be more excited to be using the nick junior version of black widow. Yes it's very cold f nine. Because it's like i believe that is the know now to leave it. We're just a capsulated shocker. F nine now in space. That's where else you gonna go Inter dimensional f ten hour number four number for debaters mealey's examples of skills power weapons that are long established. Part of the character's continuity feeds from non canon crossovers are loud but will be given way we'll number by the winner of the debates. The judge decides has the best gains by depth submission or battlefield rule number six. The judge the final arbiter and disallow were veto any. Bill violates these rules that were established logic and before we get started. Don't forget to visit the official who wins store. Get your official would win t shirts. Look your mugs. Your merchandise by going to who'd win dot com and click on the midsection. Remember to keep an eye out for new merch all the time as guys so much identity is wrapped up here from how it feels at beginning. Fresh cut to the ways perfectly style going out. That's why when we get into the twenties thirties diagnosing. The person's a hair loss yet definitely feels like panic time because let's be real no guys go ball thankfully now there's keeps simple easy way to keep your hair. You know two hundred three guys would scream. And some form of male pattern baldness by the time. They're thirty five. Oh yeah that's true. Look you wonder of the best way to prevent hair loss. Do something about it. Why still have hair left makes sense right and prevention is definitely the senior peeves treatments typically take between four to six months to see results. So it's important to act fast in the series. Start using the more hair you'll save. Hey friends ray here. And in the olden days of your you had to go to a doctor to get a prescription but now with keeps you can do all that online and get the hair loss medication delivered right to your door. Every three months no more waiting at the doctor's office no more waiting at the pharmacy by the way he's treatment. Start at just end dollars a month. Only ten dollars a month plus for a limited time. Get your first month or if you're ready to take action. Prevent air loss go to keeps dot com slash win to receive your first month of treatment for free that's pay. Eps dot com slash win. And now let's get to the tale of taper both of our combatants. Ray please give us the details on dominik. Toronto dominic dom thereto is the leader of a group of street. Racers in the fast and furious movie franchise. He's portrayed by vin diesel and was created by gary scott thompson erik bergquist and david ir dom first appeared in the film the fast and the furious in two thousand one originally an auto mechanic and underground street racer dobbs. Onscreen journey has shown him progress onto international multi million dollar heists covert espionage for secretive government agencies to saving the world multiple times from global threats through it all dom is strong courageous and always puts his family above all else. Fun fact. dominic. Toronto makes a surprise cameo appearance at the end of the fast and the furious three tokyo drift. Which is not otherwise in that movie. Tokyo drift is a separate story with totally different characters than the first two movies. Although most of those characters were later integrated to the main line franchise in later films but originally vin diesel wasn't planning on doing this essential tie in cameo but did eventually agree upon condition that they give up the rights of the character riddick to diesels production company which they did to get the cameo done that makes that small little cameo seen important to the future of two different film. Franchises waco vin diesel. That is dominic toronto. You know that's interesting. Who would win dominic toronto. Or rick is the fans right. My and taking we. We actually talked about doing that battle at some point in the future. But this one made too much sense right. Now.
"dom" Discussed on F**ks Given
"About we are potential child unborn child but the guys. Just like yeah. I'm done done coming. You like give me a moment this. I hit me hard. Because the other day. After i finish having sex by power and it was like you always looks like disheveled after set and like a car remember exact word he said i always far. I think he's a new is fucked after we have sex. Put like that's all that's because my hair is always just like it's like a haystack. With my hair is not hard. Please take a picture. Please off his head like if i was wearing makeup makeup halfway down my face and i'm just i think run home. My chest goes saw red. And and i'm sweaty. I love the makeup thing. I think that's sexy. Like i will put on makeup just to fuck in and have it run down my face and be disheveled and let smith anything on my on my bed sheets. And that's how. I'll say that still finally sexy though. Say he was like well. Yeah obviously my mind. I was like i if i can lie you you think. Come discussing for the next five minutes after you came. thought. I don't know how true as well sometimes the guy will come fast and then finish you off but if that repulsed by off to sex like surely he wouldn't finish you off. Yeah yeah cermony guys dart finish ear off. That's true that is true and also it depends on what we mean by attraction as well because attraction is not like the attraction is so different for different people attraction. Might just be like a like not that. I'm repulsed by that. I mean that's that's fucking harsh. She could literally just be like. Oh like i'm done with this situation. I could quite happily so my own for the moment you know. I don't think it's like as harsh as we're making it out to be like i don't want to be anywhere near new. I don't like you don't fancy. I don't think it's like that. Maybe we need. I think it might just be on the pokonos. Oh my god yes. I think that's a great idea. Like yes sounds amazing. I'll try find video again but you know once it's gone it's fucking gone onto talk. Yeah that's true. I don't think. I don't know if i liked favorite it shit. I mean i won't believe this. Until i see some hair colfax basically i need fucking silence all up in here as much as like. That's great asking your friends. That's not everybody. And that's not also meet some what i thought was i brand the table and then like maybe when we got a guy on the cars we can bring it back to the table and we can sir who so that we like. The curious fuck is can be in on this little discovery journey of whether this is a thing to ask every dude. That's more false fake news. Hello i'm an incoming. And i have a new podcast called an incoming shelves.
"dom" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Dom. Okay. I don't want to talk. I don't want to talk about the impeachment. But as far as the protest that on January, 6 would got me mad or before I start. I wore a trump mega hat in New Jersey for three years every day, wherever I went And my wife called Georgia to get the people to vote for the two she called 500 people to get to people the vote, you know for the Republicans, but I am P o Dat Trump's people because it could have been avoided that whole thing. They said. If everybody knew that there was going to be some kind of problems, there's some bombs. They found the continuity things were gonna happen or the FBI. You mean to tell me none of Trump's sons or any, um, the Department of Homeland Security couldn't pick up a government phone and call the FBI and say is that you smell any smoke? Anything happening is that you've got anything on your radar. And they didn't and look what happened. And if they did, they could have said Yes. This don't look good, or are Dayton said Get the people down there. Get the North Guard down there. Just don't look good. Well, somebody should have checked it out. Because when you know when, when? When? When you're gonna go on a vacation? You check out the surroundings. You right? What do we do? Nobody did that piece. But people we don't know. If officials we don't know if a call was made from some official to stand down, we may not ever know the answer to that question. How many Carter here with you on talk radio 77. W A. B. C. I'll be right back on September 11.
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"dom" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
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"Know that they're not alone because by definition if you have a great idea with tremendous potential impact. You have to abandon quickly. Abandoned the idea of staying alone if you alone wolf for example. I couldn't even bring you in because we are looking for scale ability on the market. And when you by definition when you scale they need more people you need to have on teams. Who can actually do that. And if you think you yourself can do it all. You're in for a rude. Awakening has to be very confronting very quickly. I'm very sure that now. I used to be that guy. I used to think i could do it on my own. No you know you gotta. We talked about talented. Individuals are saying hundreds literally hundreds of amazing skill sets from across the globe and with technology in hell quickly it's expanding and becoming almost omnipresent worlds. Where is the best place to start a business. Start up incubation with somebody lot. You have to be in france. Or where's the best location. Do you think so. We spend a lotta time and keep in mind. Spent twenty five years in on the west coast of In california where everybody believes is obviously. That's the cradle right silicon valley silicon beach now in in los angeles and number one. I believe you could have a serious impact with the right type of venture anywhere including on the moon and soon mars right we call them moon shots for a reason because before it actually happened range for the nobody believed you could have yeah could ever go with a more now. We're probably going to call them. Are shots within the next ten. Fifteen years we're going to be landing on a human mission on mars. We'll call maybe palu shots but so you basically the bar. It's is being raised high and higher as we actually achieve these things as humanity. The reason why we picked france in particular is because there is a burgeoning ecosystem that was created from scratch..
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"Stick with it. You have to you see again. It all depends when you say startup entrepreneur if few solo entrepreneur. And you don't have that mentality if you're not willing to go through a pain and put up with not everybody's cut up to find someone who is so. I'm not saying you couldn't be an entrepreneur. But if that's the case is in business until you make sale nothing happens. Let's be clear. There is no revenue flow. There's no sustainability whatsoever right. I'm not saying you with your great idea. Need to be that salesperson by what you need to know is that you need to surround yourself with complementary assets human assets that can actually fulfill that dream fulfill that premise. That you're setting aside store and this is where it unicorn comes into. I wonder if i can ask a question about an incubator dot com dome. Because i'm looking at it and not say three things. I see incubator. Accelerate see thrive a. What and that of let me the question what the phases or the stages in storrow who and you can briefly spine them so for those of you have video enabled. You can see the front of my business card. I love right. Incubate accelerate thrive as. I mentioned crawl. Walk run underneath for each state does a roughly speaking to stages a the crawling stage the tends to term incubator right away. Where does incubator come from comes from the hospital incubator. When a premature baby is born and it doesn't have sustainability at needs to be put into a device that actually nurtured along until it becomes stronger to eventually live without the device at the early stage is one startups weakest at the most fragile and prone to failure. What we want to do is want to surround them with complementary skill sets to deal necessarily have internally that could be accounting could be legal. Could be marketing. Sales could be engineering. Could be graphic designer all of the above so they come to us and say look. We're good at this and you have an ecosystem with complementary skill sets the we do not have and then we figure out whether it makes sense whether there is product market fit of a financial analyst. At look suggest you know. Obviously the numbers as well make sure that they've make sense but the first question. We ask ourselves that unicorn. First and foremost is assuming everything checks out and we marry 'cause it's basically what it boils down to a mary unicorn with that startup. How quickly can we add value if the answer is i don't see i can add value..
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"Hi amy today. Let me tell you more about my story. So when you actually see the impact that that has and knowing that in our current school curriculum anywhere in the world we have massive dropout rates lack of engagement all sorts of reasons all sorts of reasons valid. Not mun fact is the air and now you have the technology you can actually bring back at a much much. Higher level accelerate the pace of learning right. Take something that is boring. You can have a boring teacher augment and all of a sudden becomes interesting and funny. Click clearly kids. They're going to learn faster right. Some some immediate tangible benefits for some of these Burgeoning technologies that are starting to have a very very measurable impact. Today i can say how that would be exciting. Just you explaining it in that manner. Made me feel excited about our children's future because at the end of the day to the next generation. They're the ones that we need to look. After and add like to be that flaw in the whirlwind. You know twenty thirty forty years time to say what's going on now. Don't caffeine to the core of today's call. We're going to obviously look at business models and choosing the right one. I think it's important to start off and ask the question. Can anyone with a business idea do a startup is difficult question. I would say yes and no Why do i say yes. Because i would say anyone with a bright idea who is willing has what it takes to execute unequivocally yes i would say no because my experience shows that not everyone is cut out to be an entrepreneur and it all has to do with your resistance to failure and what your tolerance level for failure is because the problem is our brains have been hard wired to consider look failure as a bad thing when in fact..