28 Burst results for "Desert High Desert"

Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

"For those who are not familiar with your service in the Trump administration, your background. In multiple uniform services, rising to under Secretary of Defense, tell our millions of listers and viewers across the nation a little bit about your background where you came from and how you got to do what you do. Well, it's a very simple. I am the son grandson, great grandson of combat soldiers. I spent my youth at fort sill fort Bragg, and also, as you know, at the royal school of artillery, in lark hill, England. My father was a senior officer in the 82nd airborne division when I was in high school. So my calling was to serve the nation in national defense. My military service has been modest compared to that of my ancestors, but I will say that a formative moment in my life was when the hostages were taken in Tehran. Two things. One, outside of fort Bragg on Bragg boulevard a place you know well, a massive billboard went up that said Iran let our people go. And I had to pass that billboard every day on the way to school and as I got older, I thought, that's what we had become. Under mister Carter, a mendicant, begging the theocratic fanatics and Tehran to let our soldiers and diplomats go. And then the second experience was in my neighborhood. The day the hostage rescue desert one collapsed. And the MPs closed off our neighborhood. They took the name signs off of our homes, and they surrounded colonel Charles beckwith's home. He was the commander on the ground. And president Carter came on that day. And said this was all my fault. I'm the one responsible. That's quite a contrast to what we had in Afghanistan a few months

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Africa's 'Great Green Wall' shifts focus to hold off desert

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Africa's 'Great Green Wall' shifts focus to hold off desert

"Africa's great green wall has shifted in focus to hold off in coaching does it sounds the idea was striking in its ambition African countries aim to plant trees in an eighty five thousand mile line creating a natural barrier to hold back the Sahara desert this climate change sweeps the sun's south them as temperatures rose and the rain full diminished millions of the planted trees died but efforts to rein in the deficit continue in the country Senegal on a smaller scale only four percent of the great green walls original goal though has been met and estimated forty three billion dollars would be needed to achieve the rest I'm Charles the last month

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Astroworld emergency operational plan lacked surge protocol

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Astroworld emergency operational plan lacked surge protocol

"Lawsuits mount over the astroworld music festival where eight people died and hundreds were injured one of the youngest a nine year old fights for his life concert organizer live nation rapper Travis Scott in the venue or being sued Elijah Garcia says people were screaming crying for help you try to lend a hand but was pushed and then a girl I noticed her boyfriend's under his eye I just gather up like get a job and I get up and I remember seeing someone under him face down on the ground is under him nine year old desert blunts dad says when he passed out the little boy fell off his shoulders and ended up in the hospital in a coma with severe organ damage actually chapter says security and medical staff were overwhelmed giving CPR the wrong way he's on top of the person just giving them chest compressions and you never saw the injector polls meanwhile unanswered questions about why it's got kept performing for nearly forty minutes after officials declared a mass casualty event I'm Julie Walker

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Gordon Chang Discusses China War Games With US Targets in Secret Desert Site

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Gordon Chang Discusses China War Games With US Targets in Secret Desert Site

"With us now is the foremost expert on China. He's terrific. He is the author of the great U.S. China tech war. And it is Gordon Chang and Gordon are you with us now? I am Charlie and thank you so much. You bet you do a wonderful job and talk about our enemy, China, and you have been on the cutting edge of this for quite some time. So let's talk about this breaking news here. China war games with the United States targets in secret desert site. What is going on with the Chinese Communist Party militarily right now? It seems like they're ramping up and I'm not really sure what we're doing domestically militarily. That's a separate issue. So give us the insight, give us the breaking news of what's happening from the Chinese Communist Party militarily. The breaking news is that satellite imagery has seen an aircraft carrier and a destroyer a replica in China's Xinjiang in the northwest part of the country, used for target practice. This has occurred before where China has built replica replicas of U.S. Navy ships. And so to a certain extent, this is ground log day, but the American people are starting to pay attention and that is what is the news. And the broader context, Charlie, is that China's involved in the perhaps the world's fastest military buildup certainly the fastest since the Third Reich, and we know from history that when militant regimes build up their militaries like this, they always use them in acts of aggression. That's definitely true. Do you anticipate China making a move towards Taiwan in the coming months, it sure seems that that's what some of the rumblings and intelligence is showing. It could be coming months. It could be after the Olympics, which start in February of next year, or it could be India could be Japan could be any other country that borders China because we know that China believes that it should be much larger than it is today. And in fact, Chinese leader Xi Jinping has been hinting that he should be ruling the world. Chinese officials since 2018 have been saying that the moon and Mars should be considered sovereign Chinese territory. This is the most ambitious human history.

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John Zmirak Describes Accusations of Anthony Fauci Funding Experiments Involving Beagles Being 'Eaten Alive'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | Last month

John Zmirak Describes Accusations of Anthony Fauci Funding Experiments Involving Beagles Being 'Eaten Alive'

"Is, John smirk, welcome. Thanks, Eric. Mainly today I'm here for the beagles. Look, the beagles thing, before we get serious because it's so serious, I get murderously angry when I think about it. Frame the question because most people are familiar, but some will not be. We might as well leap into it. This is very dark. It's very important. Thank you for writing an article about it at stream dot org go ahead. Yeah, the title is well beagles be the avenging angels who finally bring down Anthony Fauci. It has come out thanks to the white coat, the white coat waste project that one of the many things the busy Anthony Fauci was doing. Was funding cruel and useless research on helpless innocent beagles that he was paying for them to be put out in the desert with sandflies eating their eyeballs. Overnight, that their eye their faces were being torn apart by sandflies in the Tunisian desert in order to test some new medicine. And when the dogs barked in pain, the lab people cut their vocal cords

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What Is Hammurabi's Code?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | Last month

What Is Hammurabi's Code?

"Is. What is hammer Robbie's code? This is a good question, I think. And what is a significance with the old test of it profits? Oh yeah, this is it's actually not the profits. It's earlier in the Old Testament. The bottom line is that when they discovered Hamilton's code, I think this was in shushan or susa, which they also discovered. Like this is, you know, the archeologists keep discovering things. They go, oh my goodness, we've discovered the city of shushan or susa, which is where the book of Esther takes place. Nobody knew did it really exist. Boom, they discover it. And while they're excavating it, this is in a 150 years ago, they discovered this steel or Stela, I never know how to pronounce it. With what we now call hammurabi's code. And it's a detailed law listing of laws, very detailed. And it lists, for example, the price of a slave at 20 shekels. And that and other things, which I won't go into because we don't have time. But we now have something from, you know, many, many centuries before Christ that corroborates something that never could have been corroborated before, which is intense little specifics of when Joseph is sold into slavery. In the early pages of genesis, how much money was paid for him? How many shekels? And you can trace it through the early pages of genesis. So here again, you have out of the sands of the desert of the Middle East. You're getting archeological historical corroboration of tiny details from the Bible,

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How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

"Breaking of the weekend was a series of documents that were obtained through a freedom of information request. It was obtained through an effort to try and get to the bottom of the medical experiments or the medical experiments that Fauci has been conducting over the last couple of years. These documents came out and we learned that Fauci, personally directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institute of health to repeatedly fund research where he placed sedated beagles heads while they were still alive in mesh cages and allowed starved sandflies to feast on them and eat them alive. Beagles they then repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages in the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights. In an area of Tunisia where sand flies were abundant. Now before we go any further, this is something like a James Bond villain would do. This is something that in a halfway through the movie of goldfinger where they kind of come in and they zoom in kind of panoramic. All of a sudden the Bond villain is like torturing beagles in Tunisia. Like that's not that's not normal, okay? For the public health official. The guy that's supposed to be in charge of epidemiological spread, like, okay, we're gonna go torture dogs and Tunisia. They repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages. In the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights the experiment was just one of countless tests. Done on animals with your taxpayer dollars, but when you go to work and you work hard and you go write that check to the Internal Revenue Service, you are funding dog torture.

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Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | Last month

Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different

"Welcome back to one on one with Marine Corps guttery sergeant Jesse Jane Duff. All right, so you joined the Marine Corps, Jesse James, you don't have driver's license. I want to give you MOS transport. They're going to be driving stuff. Big rigs. I got to ask you first because I'm just curious. What was your favorite thing to drive of all the rigs? Oh, they probably the Mac that when we at least a Mac truck at my commercial motor pole at camp Pendleton base motor transport. They at least a Mac at one time, and let me tell you there was nothing like it. It's like the Cadillac 20 feet up in the air. But I can tell you two of my favorite experiences. One was when I was driving. It was probably a flat nose white. I don't recall the tractor that I was in. And I was hauling heavy equipment to an Air Force Base outside of riverside, California to get offloaded onto a aircraft. And I have to drive through commercial streets, civilian streets, and I didn't have a concept of how I looked. I didn't realize I was pretty. I really didn't. I wasn't even allowed to date for goodness. Yes. Protective family. Straight into the moon. I mean, I knew I wasn't ugly, but I just did. So what happened? Well, so two things. Well, one. What are you wearing? Are you in common? Yeah, it's always in camouflage. So to experiences, being naive like that was very good for me because I was never arrogant or big headed, and I never thought I could. Manipulate people. No, I was always like, I got to prove myself. I got to work harder. Always. I was always like a maniac. So I'm driving this tractor trailer. Now remember looking at the roads and how the navigate the turn. This is a long trailer. And I look down and there's a civilian lady. She looks up at me. Her eyes pop out of her head. Her jaw drops, and then she gives me the biggest thumbs up, you would ever see. Like, she just thought that was so cool 'cause the side of the truck said the United States Marine Corps. I'm in camouflage. The second experience was offloading heavy equipment and, oh, no, to pick up equipment from an infantry unit in 29 palms. So I get out there, that's the desert. I have to back up into and I'm backing up into the dock to load up their hummers. They're humvees. And I jump out of the truck and the look on their faces was absolute shock. Now I'm a sergeant at this point. Marines are professionals. You hear all these horror stories from I'm sorry. In the Marine Corps, they see your rank, you don't hear a PEEP of disrespect. And I'm out of that truck and they'll look on their faces was seriously. She's gonna hold us out of here. You could just see it. And I said, all right, double dogs. I need to get you to drive up the hummers onto the trailer. And they're waiting for me to ask for help to chain it down. But we don't do that. When you're trained in the motor pool, you're taught how to chain down your gear. And again, I'm not thinking I'm a lady opened the door for me or help me. It was a different mindset. And then they stood there and watched me get the underneath those at the chains and then take the break apart, pull it in and clamp them all down all two or three hummers. And then I said, anybody want to ride back to camp Pendleton and that one of them had the balls to get on that truck. And I roll back to campell, guys, I'll see you there. And then they offloaded. But I would say those stood out to me because that's when I realized I was different.

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William Shatner Finally Went To Space

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

William Shatner Finally Went To Space

"I've got big breaking news with all hell breaking loose the country going down the tubes, crime, illegals, COVID vaccine mandates, people getting fired, Southwest Airlines. We can all breathe a sigh of relief. Captain Kirk made it to space and came back down alive. All is well with captain Kirk. William Shatner, 90 year old William Shatner. Made it into space. The second, space launch, the Bezos and all these guys do. Here's Fox News's description of the touchdown. What a day for our astronauts. So now our team is preparing landing safety operations and recovery of our astronauts from the crew capsule, will be on the ground at the landing site to follow the action in just a bit. Maybe even talk to the world's newest astronauts. So I'm absolutely breath taking stuff. And I'll note that you're going to see our recovery team show up very shortly because we actually send them out before the capsule has landed. Because through our modeling, we get by now, we're very, very good at analyzing where the capsule is going to come down that way. Exactly. Where the winds are. And so we're going to see the recovery team come out there. And of course, we will also be joined by some of their friends and family to watch as they emerge from the caps. So let's check out these beautiful shots of our four astronauts there in the Texas desert after having gone up over the karman line and back. They're up over the karman line. You couldn't pay me enough to go up over the Carmen line and back. William Shatner's 90 years old God

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Why Are U.S. Doctors So Hesitant to Prescribe Ivermectin and HCQ to COVID Patients?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Why Are U.S. Doctors So Hesitant to Prescribe Ivermectin and HCQ to COVID Patients?

"Either folks. I'm talking to dr ryan coal. We're talking about the disease. The kovic pandemic. we're talking about the vaccines. I'm of the opinion Dr kohl that honestly It is seriously unwise to get the vaccine. But everywhere i turn. There's a chorus of voices demanding that i get it. I i just can't believe. I live in this kind of an america where something so simple has become so complicated. You just said what they did in a province in. India flat-out works. That all this stuff i ever met in a hydrochloric quinn. All of these things simply work. But if i get this disease. And i go to a hospital or go to a doctor. Chances are they will steer me in another direction. Why what is telling them to steer me away from these things that work and toward what would they. What would they give me. What was the thing that wha-wha-what is mandated. I mean what do they. What is the protocol that they're using well not whole lot for one rendez avert one. They'll give you. They usually by the time the hospital. Your past the viral replication stage. And they still give you rim desert here which has just one mechanism to block viral replication. But it's really kidney toxic and the quarter of the animals in the mammal trials Rim desert put them into kidney failure rim desert here Failed in the abolish trials. Ramda's desert failed in many drug trials. It's it's not a safe safe drug they'll give you oxygen. That's great. they may give you some site akon blockers. That's great but the the thing is if you catch the virus and you treat immediately. There is no reason for our hospitals to be

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The Science Does Not Support Needing COVID Vaccine Mandates

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

The Science Does Not Support Needing COVID Vaccine Mandates

"And this is that the desert dot com site Do people die from COVID after getting the COVID-19 vaccine New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest 99.999% of people who are fully vaccinated against the virus did not have a severe breakthrough case that led to hospitalization or death This was according to CNN According to the CDC more than 166 million people have been fully vaccinated it's now over 170 million It's 76% of the population that is capable of being vaccinated The new data suggests 1507 people Now this is in August or about .0001% of those fully vaccinated people died from getting the COVID-19 Meanwhile 7101 people of those fully vaccinated people or .005% were hospitalized for COVID-19 And almost none of them died because of the Therapeutics that are available According to the CDC most of the severe breakthrough cases about 74% of the tiny tiny tiny tiny percentage had been among seniors who were 65 years or older Reports CNN About 20% of the people who died from COVID-19 after a breakthrough case died from something other than COVID-19 though they had a breakthrough case when they died according to CNN And that's always very murky In terms of breaking out the numbers And so this is accurate back to August Because that's what I have So all this stuff about mandates which came on the heels of the disaster that Biden had in Afghanistan Remember that's when he did it mister badass in America At 20 announced he was putting in place mandates And osha and all the rest of them remember that folks

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Fox News' Chris Wallace Confronts Mayorkas Over Border Chaos

The Dan Bongino Show

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Fox News' Chris Wallace Confronts Mayorkas Over Border Chaos

"That This is my alleged Homeland Security secretary You're only job is to be the secretary of Homeland Security to secure the homeland It's written in the job title Here's my orcas when he's Chris Wallace and Fox system hey I got an idea to secure the homeland It's just crazy ideally How about we build a wall Well that might stop some people not all but might stop some people from crossing into the United States illegally That's a crazy idea Maybe we should try that and listen to my orcas response Check this out Why did you allow them in the country in the first place Why didn't you build forgive me A wall or a fence to stop them from walking in this flood of people coming across the dam It looks like a highway that allows them to cross the rail ground It is this policy of this administration We do not agree with the building of the wall The law provides that individuals can make a claim for humanitarian relief That is actually one of our proudest traditions So you can make a claim for humanitarian relief So I'm just checking Can you do that In the middle of the desert on the Texas Arizona Mexico border at four o'clock in the morning Now if you're a liberal listening you're confused right now But I asked that question deliberately and for a reason Why can't you do that Why can't you make an asylum claim at three 30 in the morning at the Texas Mexico in Arizona border somewhere in the middle of desert Well maybe because we don't have an office there We don't have an office there We don't have some personnel there from ice or CBP whatever to entertain your asylum claims So how would you if you were gonna do an organized asylum claim process How would you actually do it Just a question just throwing that out there for the leftist Well I've got an idea Maybe you would build a wall and an actual hard border to the United States which would encourage people who wanted to enter the United States to enter through what we would call ports of entry or points of entry correct Pour its points airports You know the legal organized way So how would it work then You would walk through a port of entry you would make an appointment whatever it may be you'd go to a consulate overseas You would make an asylum claim that could be entertained by a judge or some kind of advocate or adjutant there And they could actually determine if you were entitled to asylum That's how a sane person

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Why Is the Media Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Why Is the Media Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

"Ivermectin works. You're being lied to by corrupt medical profession. it is. I never thought i'd say this is as corrupt as the teachers unions. There was no difference between the american medical association the cbc the nih and the teachers unions. They're left wing activist groups. They have no commitment to what they claim to have. Commitment to there are some wonderful teachers. There are some wonderful people at all. Cdc and nih. it's corrupt it's been corrupted by big pharma. They want you to take the vaccine. Because if you can get healthy by taking a cheap pill like ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine and zinc. They don't want you to do so. They wanna make billions by pushing and shoving the vaccine down americans throats. That's the reason for the war against ivermectin in india. They used it and listen to the story. Okay just listen to it that this is a A doctor writing from the desert review dot com republished in zero hedge. There's a black on any conversation. About how ivermectin beat cova nineteen in india when i discussed the dire straits that india found itself in in earlier this year with four hundred fourteen thousand cases per day and over four thousand deaths per day and how that evaporated within five weeks of the addition of ivermectin often asked. Why is there no mention of that in the news. Yes exactly ask yourself why. India success against the delta variant with ivermectin is such a closely guarded secret by the nih and cdc. Second ask yourself. Why no major media outlets reported this fact but instead try to confuse you with false information by saying the deaths in india are ten times greater than official reports perhaps. Npr's trying so hard because npr's essentially government mouthpiece the us government is all in with vaccines with enthusiasm. A seventeenth century catholic. Church all in with a jia centric metal of the geo centric model of the universe disputing galileo

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Dysfunction in the Desert: A Look at the Stumbling Arizona Coyotes

The Lead

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Dysfunction in the Desert: A Look at the Stumbling Arizona Coyotes

"Also katie the arizona. Coyotes haven't exactly been the most stable nhl franchise over the years there's been a bit of a revolving door of owners and the nhl even took control of the team for a while back in two thousand nine after a bankruptcy filing so given all of that. What was the feeling when. Alex murillo became the coyotes new owner in two thousand nineteen or so appealing on a number of levels on new era of arizona. Coyotes hockey began today the nhl. I ever hispanic owner was introduced to the valley and it was heralded as sort of Watershed moment i think for the franchise in the sense. That here could finally be that guy with uber. Deep pockets like he was reported to be a billionaire. And someone that had tied to the latino community what started this is alex enrolling arizona's cowpeas which is a market that is about forty forty two percent down and really showed a commitment to wanting to grow that level of connection with fan base. You spittle to this. But it will stand up delekta akin arizona but luckily latina. It asked us. He has a really interesting. I don't wanna say rags-to-riches tail but someone that really supposedly scrapped. His way to where he is now. His parents fled cuba in the sixties. They came to miami in college. He opened a location for a pizzeria that grew to become a chain. I had this knack for picking up. Visit our broken losing money and turning him around and make them successful. I'm very proud to be a part of the fifty five year. Old morello owns a chain of pizza restaurants in l. a. casino on the las vegas strip a construction company as well as tv and radio stations. No doubt his will in history of success. Some major win for the coyotes.

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California Governor Candidate Larry Elder's Message to Voters

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 months ago

California Governor Candidate Larry Elder's Message to Voters

"Larry Elder. Um, what is the message that you want to say to the people listening all over California? Obviously you've gone through the issues and so forth. But That they must turn out. They must turn out in large numbers. They can't leave it to other people to do the heavy lifting for them, right. Well, that's exactly right. Mark, you know. Are you happy? Forget about Larry Elder. Are you happy that for the very first time, people are leaving the state? Are you happy that the price of a home has just now hit $800,000? Are you happy stepping over homeless people? Are you happy about needles on Venice Beach? Are you happy about the crappy education People are getting K through 12 while spending $15,000 a pop. Per year per student. Are you happy with all of that? Well, if you are, then maybe you want to retain this guy. But if you're not, how about some change? How about some common sense? Are you happy that this state is running out of water? Israel is a desert country mark. We've got a little body of water next to them called the Mediterranean. They've been able to figure it out would be solid nation plants. We have a little body of water next to what's called the Pacific Ocean. And we can't figure this out. Are you happy with how severe these forest fires are? Are you happy that $30 billion was stolen from the employment Development Department money that was supposed to be for the unemployment for Californians money that was stolen, but people in prison filing for unemployment benefits and getting them people, criminals in Nigeria, filing for unemployment benefits and getting them $30 billion stolen. Are you happy with all of that? If you're not go to elect elder dot com And throw something in the tip jar because my opponent Mark can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money. And he's doing just that. From the usual suspects. The teachers union, the public sector unions, Hollywood big terror, So throw something in the tip jar. Make this a bit of a fair fight. If you're not happy with what's going on in California, which is why people are leaving the state taking their jobs with them.

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U.S. Ramps up Wild Horse Roundups in Drought-Stricken West

Environment: NPR

02:20 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Ramps up Wild Horse Roundups in Drought-Stricken West

"Throughout this hour we've been following how the rain and wind from hurricane ida is punishing the southeast. But we can't forget that all this is happening. While the west is experiencing severe drought and that drought is not just affecting humans. Wild horses are dying. Due to a lack of water the federal government is trying to save them by rounding them up and adopting them out across the country but as nevada. Public radio's nate heggie reports. It might not be the solution. It appears to be black helicopter. Swoops past a group of wild horses running across western. Utah's high desert. It's mid morning already on. The helicopter is trying to herd them into a corral. Lisa read is watching the action while sitting on a blanket under an umbrella. The helicopter works like a sheepdog. It works the horses from side to side guiding them to the direction that he wants them to go read is with bureau of land management. Right now. her agency is in the middle of a huge emergency campaign to get roughly six thousand. Wild horses like these out of the desert and into private stables or pastures across the country. That's because the drought in the west is so severe this summer. That it's killing horses. People wanna say let mother nature take. Its course but boy. That's the stuff. Nightmares are made of reed remembers reading reports about a small group of wild horses who died from dehydration during the west last severe drought two decades ago. There was one full. That was still alive and It was nursing off of a dead mom. That's heartbreaking wild horses rounded up. Today are faring better not by much at a nearby row. Some of the mayor's look got you can see their ribs and their hipbones and that is definitely a direct impact from the drought unlike other desert critters such as bighorn sheep or mule. Deer the federal government. Can't just let wild horses die off. They're protected under a fifty year old. Federal law it mandates. A set number of healthy horses living on healthy range lands. But lately the beale has argued that there are too many wild horses on those range lands. That's creating unhealthy conditions and the drought is just making things worse so the rounding them up and adopting them

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Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall in Louisiana

WSB programming

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall in Louisiana

"Of the most powerful, powerful hurricanes to ever strike the U. S. With 150 MPH winds and, of course, this coming on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Jim Krystle in New Orleans by mid size SUV is being buffeted, rocking side to side by hurricane ideas wins. Streets, which are mostly deserted, are already littered with downed tree limbs and leaves. The rain has been off and on falling in sheets at times low grey jagged edge clouds are racing by overhead. Jim Krystle to CBS News, New Orleans and again. Ida has just made landfall. We're told very different story in metro Atlanta over the next couple of days where we remain

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California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

NPR News Now

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

"Fires continue to rage in california scott rod of member station capela radio reports more than one and a half million acres have burned so far this year fire crews are currently battling over a dozen large wildfires in california. The dixie fire has grown to the second largest fire in state history and continues to threaten communities in plumas and lassen counties. The kaldor fire has blanketed. the lake. tahoe region with hazardous levels of smoke leaving popular resort areas deserted. The federal government has closed nine national forests in the state through labor day. due to extreme fire risks. Last year california saw a record. Four point three million acres burned. The state is on pace to match that number this year

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"desert high desert" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Funny. Yeah, that's enough. Ohio talk. Probably for the lovely for the year. Yeah, I think so. Yeah. I can't help because you know, with Grant being over there and helps you All right. Um, let's see David in Denver. Hi, David. David. Hi. Can you hear me? Got you? Yeah, you're on the air. Okay. It is enough. Ohio talk. Let me give you guys a little refresher here in history, the region here the front range would be considered high desert. High desert would be right region that were considered. I don't know what that might have to do with Ohio. What The thing that would really get to me is the story of territorial Governor Evans. He's the one to decreed. That you could bring an Indian body. To the Array area. Campus area or area was the original Homestake of the Denver area, and you could get paid for bringing a dead body. Of an Arapaho, Cheyenne Indian that was a territorial governor of Colorado. Evans and Mount Evans, a major Shillington. Through a militia. Which was formed outside of Boulder is the one that went and killed the Indians in the Sand Creek massacre. He wasn ordain Methodist minister. Do you follow me? Yeah. Where we going with this? I know the story going with the fact that this is not the Midwest. If there's a bunch of Midwesterners here, I would suggest they become Westerners and understand the history of the region. And the fact that this is the West, not the Midwest. Thank you very much. Yeah, I agree. I think to me this is the West. More than the Midwest. There's ah lot of Western history here in Denver. Gone away is mad about it, but I have eyes. He did seem a little upset that it was something you said Grant. I don't I don't know. You know you being on Ohio and move in here? Yeah, I think he was just sick of me for him a little bit. But here, that's an interesting fact. There are 99 counties in Iowa. Hey, 88 Ohio In fact, Yeah. In Ohio in 64 in Colorado. There you go. Okay. Alright, Fun fact. Yeah, in that caller is right. I've read that same history. About Denver, Timmy Denver has always been a Western town. They call it Western. When I just Whenever you think of old Colorado, you think of you know the open range and cowboys and so I've always interpreted as a Western college you much more than Midwest. Rick always makes fun of me when people come to town, and they say, What should I do? I said, go write a horror. Well, okay. Part of the history, of course. But it's riding horse there. You could ride horses. A lot of places in Colorado. You Yes, okay. But Denver you know what surprised me about Denver when I first came here is I thought Denver was in the mountains not know it's Denver's on the Plains. And you could see why people settled here. When the pioneers came out west. They came to the mountains and went. No, I don't think so. I think we're going to stop right here, Martha, and we're going to put down our roots right here. We're not going over those damn mountains. And that's why that's how the city of Denver was was started. The pioneers looked at those Rocky mountain. Some of them said, Yeah, I'm going to keep going, but a lot of them said No. This is it. Right into the road. Yeah. Can you imagine how much tougher those people were than we are? To be able to do all of that on horseback by foot and covered wagon. And then go over the mountains and then build a tunnel through the middle of a mountain. Unbelievable. Think about just getting there from wherever they were coming and to get here with us, and then they're like Well, now we have the Rocky Mountain, right? I guess nobody told them. Oh, by the way, there's a huge about 2000 miles down this trail. You're going to hit these giant mountains. Known as the Rocky Mountains. Like they didn't see it coming, or they just got here. And when I'm done, this is it. That was hard enough. I'm staying here. That that surprised me that Denver is not in the mountains and a lot of people. And you know this grant being from back in Ohio. A lot of people think Denver is in the mountains. Well, yeah, that's why when my friends come to visit at first, like war of the mountains Aren't we? On top of a murder now? Exactly crazy to me that people think that I don't know. Weird. You just assume Denver's in the mountains. It's in the plane. I guess that grew up here. I don't know any different. Yeah, right. Probably, you know, cause I just since I was a baby, I've been here, right? And I never left till I was 19. You never left. What are you talking about? What you consider leaving? Going to Boulder Never went out of state. Right? Well, I was 19. Let's Ah, I guess we'll wrap it up here. It's been a fun.

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"desert high desert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Week of this year I mean I did take a few days in mid February it took a couple of days three I think three or four went to Arizona he has actually one of the people I got to see some white baseball this year with wow I sure fun memories there was some baseball but I'm glad to be back I always feel it's very very important to take a vacation I believe the vacations are highly underrated the drive for me they do so many things I am allowed to clear my head to get a little break from the daily routine sort of decompress it goes some stress all of that stuff and I did that and I had a great time get to see family there's just so many great things about it but I'm glad to be back it's nice when you have a job that you like you to come back in about this so I go all the way to Spokane I'd never been to Spokane for those of you or anything that's a lovely vacation Pat you drove to Spokane well you know what it lives what is yes you have a Spokane man I didn't even know about Spokane mountain I'm up there with my cousin Nick who is given may his had he had his way with the going to the top of Spokane mountain but being a courtesy courteous cousin that he is realizing my complete in order terror of heights we didn't do that but we went up we went up there a ways it just had a great time so but it is good to be back I want to fill you in on my someone very hairy using this microphone apparently I forgot to change the might cover I did lie solid down by the fifty Joe Michaels is in studio so good to see you Joe in the C. U. S. good to see you back instead of a friend thank you so again by the way the home of race car driver Tom Sneva was that right yeah hi yes it's very nice so we went up to Spokane mountain and we were pretty far up there and I just as you know just a curiosity because I know a flamethrower this fifteen thirty years right I tune in the fifteen thirty and boom what even it wasn't even dark it was still daylight of course seven whatever and we just thought he was my my cousins very interested in how the show works everything we're talking about and he was mentioning how strong the signal is a C. I. now so let's check it out still daylight boom comes in I mean what we say flamethrower this signals gigantic it is our firm order jaman Jim Naylor used to say the most powerful radio station in the United States American right thus probably in the world it's so well it's tied with that with the Vatican also has right now us in the vacuum yes it's a at least in my book is now backing up pretty north place bad company tonight now I just wanna I don't know where I'm going with this any I was great time on vacation I was great here the station covering that much distance I have a a lot of really interesting things along the way to see down for those we going yeah sure you did you drop the Spokane I've been on have road there's some things like for a long time there's nothing extra wait there's there's nothing for a long time they are here you know what I mean have you been on the road you drove that road when I moved from Minneapolis store again yeah right you know the way I do it you know to it's like okay if you go five one way I see take five when you do that thing then I can't come back on the five again I have to take a different route I've only seen it once you see that beautiful five for god knows how many hours it's like well it is nice to her I think maybe to find another route up to band you know a lot of people don't realize yep there miss real desert high desert plants yes remanded them back down to what we need in Klamath falls and we yes that whole area up there Dunn's mere a nice little town Dunn's mere yeah it was just a stop on road trips and we because of course they have the big guy gas stations are we get a lot of snacks and I always remember the cool air in there and you know you can see the big mountain and it's just it's yeah it felt like I drove past mount Shasta for two hours do you ever you've gone so like you know Johnston for a long time so you see it well okay there's bound Johnstone coming to Manchester in the end and then in the next hour half you're still coming to mount Shasta is way up there he gets about Shasta it seems like did you see the personal plateau where you can see kind of going up to mount Shasta and then it seems like you drive by mount Shasta for it maybe it was just me for it seemed like an hour and a half I was still right next about just nothing how big is this mountain is big maybe I was coming towards in some outgoing and maybe go around a little bit I'm not sure the truck drivers would now surely you don't go through it that's for sure looking at it I think it's just in their right mind decides you know I'm going to go climb this mountain I'm just gonna go take my day where I could be doing anything else in this world and I'm gonna put my life at risk I mean it's kind of so like cloud base and everything up there you know it's got its own weather environment at the top of that thing did people just I think I'm just gonna go out there now but you know pretty soon people be thinking that I'm going to drive the spoke F. right yes that I do you know put it it's like you you go to these other places and you realize it's not all what we experience on a daily basis so you know that of course but when you're locked into this routine constantly right here going up down there AT the end of my case eighty court or whatever you forget about all these nice little places that you've never like I'd never been to Spokane very nice little lovely community well there's a difference you know different pace a different look kind of a different feel and everything you just kind of get out there to yeah there's other ways life count here other than that the court or I'm so used to there was a passing through and you know on my trip down I came out of the high country of Montana and Idaho and just went right on through Spokane there was a snow storm coming because I was moving in the middle of winter and I just kept on going nice then there but didn't have the time to stop right in Spokane yeah I try to be allies are trying to be a snowstorm and when you're from Minnesota continued a chance to be a snowstorm exactly like nothing that exactly Thursday night and then one year then I find that when I'm going to certain areas and then again it was a lot of desert area I have to listen to the right music this setting everything has to be right now if you.

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"desert high desert" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

16:12 min | 1 year ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

"Software and we connect highly specialized medical devices into that software and we capture those images and those sounds that data into our platforms transfer. Those sounds images that content to a place. That's not where you're at so at a distance which is set essence. What telemedicine is so? We're a software company and we're deploying these systems around the globe and how many countries do you have installations in as a today wearing one hundred four countries around the world and we take pride in that number again being in business for twenty nine years we have the longevity so We doing business actively one hundred four countries today? No actively probably sixty but over the years we've deployed telemedicine systems and a hundred and four countries will still sixty countries actively is pretty impressive. You know when when we spoke the other day you had a great story about deploying a telemedicine system in a South American country. Would you share that again? Yeah short that was probably the deployment brought the most pride to amd. It was our biggest deal to date. It was back in two thousand fourteen. Amd worked with our partners in the ministry health down in the country of Bolivia if you know much about Bolivia. Bolivia is a very rural country. It's very diverse country. So you have desert's high desert you have mountains. You have very compact urban centers so in you throw in that with all of those barriers in developing country you also have challenges with with broadband so the infrastructure in Bolivia was limited at the time and they were trying to address the child mortality rate. So when we worked with the Ministry of Health in our partners down there in the period of about eight months we deployed three hundred thirty. Four specialized telemedicine systems and so it was really really really interesting. It was it was fun to go to the country and learn what they're doing there and I love telling people that we went into communities rural communities where they didn't have power we did a live telemedicine launch with the Ministry of Health. At the time and we sent one of our trainers in installers up to a small town around the Lake Titicaca and they went into the clinic and it was in the afternoon and there was no power. There are no light so they had to go out into the into the back. Start the generator to generate power. And then we went inside the clinic and of course is now this specialized telemedicine system and in this village. They didn't Alva- village doctor. They didn't have a nurse and we were able to bring in a pregnant lady who had not seen a doctor yet in her pregnancy. And we brought Matsu telemedicine and we connected to a satellite in within minutes. We were streaming live video conferencing from this remote village to the capital in the pause with the ministers of health. What's in so now this? This woman who had never seen a doctor is now having her first consult with the Ministry of Health and not only doing the physical encounter. Doing how feeling which would happen. In every physician encounter now we have specialized medical peripherals so we had streaming live vitals were capturing high-resolution images and in this case we integrated a alterra sound system and so we re streaming live abdominal images of of the growing fetus to the Ministry of Health. The pause in it was very powerful. It was an overnight overnight success and as I said over eight months we deployed three hundred thirty four systems. And you know something we always say around here at. Amd as we we bring specialized healthcare to the most remote and undisturbed parts of the world. And we truly effect a change in healthcare in that country overnight and as we get fathering to this confrontation It's very different than here in the US. We have broadband we have access we have physicians. But when you get into challenging parts here in the United States are or even in urban centers. There's not a doctor on every corner or you can't see specialists when you need to so. We truly made a high impact on the quality of health in that country. That's a great story. I enjoy hearing again. So you've been in the business the telemedicine industry for almost twenty years and you end Amdi Global. Telemedicine are definitely pioneers in this business. What was telemedicine like for a amd in the days? Yeah I I always love to save this this saying I always say it was like pushing a wearable uphill in mud. It was it was challenging. It was challenging for for a variety of reasons reimbursement. We always use the the saying from the movie. The field of dreams. If you build it they will come but in healthcare. That's not the case If you build it and they reimbursed for it they'll be adoption that people will come and now that's obviously today's world that we're living in dealing with this. Pandemic reimbursement has changed significantly in the last thirty days. But it's made a lot of progress over the last few years but in the early days reimbursement was a major barrier physician. Licensed chair here. In the United States Cross state licenses A doctrine Massachusetts couldn't practice in New Hampshire New Hampshire doctor couldn't practice in Nebraska. These were real challenging issues acceptance. Today you can turn on the evening news and you see the president or you see someone from the Department of Health and they're talking about Kelly health telemedicine so I think you'd be hard pressed to find somebody who is at least has heard the term telemedicine but fifteen years ago. I'd go to a party or a barbecue in someone would say. Well what do you do I so I work for Telemedicine Company. And they said well. That's great what's telemedicine. Now people understand what it is at least conceptually what it is and also acceptance you know before there was always that bias of A. Why would I see a doctor over over video instead of seeing the doctor face to face in a wouldn't it be better to see a doctor face to face in the answer's yes the real short answer is of course it is but in a perfect world? You and I could see specialises physician anywhere. We are anytime whenever we want for. Whatever we want but that perfect world doesn't exist in so with telemedicine does is bridges that gap. It allows you to see oncologists. Dermatologists are cardiologists. Any of the list. Right at a distance at a time that's convenient for you can potentially convenient for the physician and that helps healthcare systems. It helps patients but in the early days. Acceptance was a big barrier in cost. I can remember join in two thousand and one and of course we had the Internet in two thousand and one but you're the broadband that you have was very limited. A lot of people were still using dial up modems. You know now here in Massachusetts you can get you know hundred megs up fifty down for one hundred dollars a month where fifteen. Years ago you couldn't dream of something like that so we were doing video calls over over ice D. N. lines it would cost significant amount of money. You can remember a video call. We did that lasted forty five minutes to Bangalore India and it cost nine hundred dollars. There's just no way you could. You could have any type of scale or adoption that those kind of costs and and you'll like with any industry device. Aggregation was very limited in the early days so videoconferencing Kodak was the early days that was the nineties yearly two thousands thousand people being able to just to have a communication with somebody on the far end in real time. And you weren't on television. You know with something novel and then it became. Can you plug in a video camera? And then can you do with digital stethoscope for sounds and then it just continually has evolved to where today you can do alive ultrasound on a train going through a village at one hundred forty miles an hour real time to a physician in another country. It's like mission impossible stuff so it's come leaps and bounds from where it's been passed but you know a lot of a lot of credit goes to the American Telemedicine Association here in the US in their advocacy both from a policy standpoint the international society for Telemedicine and e health their global society promoting telemedicine helping countries hundred plus countries as members to adopt telemedicine and helping advocate in those parts of the world. An Andy takes a lot of pry. Pvs previous past presidents hearding MD of served as board members on both the ATA in the I. T. Some of our employees here have served on these boards in the past or provocation. I think we owe that to the association's I'm currently a board member with the International Society for telemedicine out of Belgium but we have a hundred plus nation countries so in the early days it was challenging in today due to the pandemic a lot of those barriers that we've been fighting against and continue to fight against have been torn down so if we look at the Early business was most of the business in the past was at international. I mean we're using your experience in Bolivia where they didn't have the doctors. They really appreciated telemedicine and they were willing to take the steps to install it and to provide it. You know for their country. We didn't have that in this country. So we're was most of your business international at that time or was it mixed. That's a great question ten. We've it has been. That's been one of the reasons for these longevity. There have been a lot of great companies. A lot of brilliant people. Wonderful Technologies have come and gone in the last twenty five years in this in. It's the they might have been just before they're tied it They couldn't get reimbursed. Couldn't get revenue at the end of the day. That's that's what keeps businesses going so with. Amd's diversification maybe the economy's down or North America's economy down but the euro. Strong in Europe's doing well or Southeast Asia's growing Africa South America. So yes it really helped us over the years in the past international and some years. It's it's been as much as fifty percent of these business I'd say today it's probably settled somewhere in the twenty to thirty percent of our business. But it's still a a meaningful significant Piece of our our annual revenue here. Okay and so as we've been talking about this Kovic nineteen comes along telemedicine explodes. How has this affected? Amd Global Telemedicine. We're very busy. And it's it's terrible that it took a pandemic to bring awareness to tell him edison but that's what it's done and a lot of health systems are struggling significantly and there were struggling even more two or three months ago because they still needed to see their patients but it wasn't safe to bring the patient to the clinic or to the doctor's office and the patient didn't. WanNa go there so it's changed. Amd in different aspects so. I'll take a minute to go through here. Now I apologize. I love to hear myself talk so I have a tendency to go on. I'll try to keep it short but we we hear at. Amd thought well. We fit within the whole virtual care continuum. So we're whether you're in a prison or school or an acute hospital post acute hospital if you WANNA be mobile or in the workplace are platforms fit within each one of these industry segments. But we don't look at him his segments. We look at it. Health Care and how it's delivered so initially. We have a very large push on our direct to consumer platform Carrion and marketing and Ron and the team has done a tremendous job building awareness around connecting cure platform. And so we've probably seen a five hundred percent increase in sales of direct to consumer platform. And that's a mobile platform that doctors offices or employers or physician groups that can provide to their patient population access to them or to their services over a phone over an APP for the convenience of their whole so initially we saw push there but because of our global footprint I mean goodness. We closed an entire countrywide telemedicine deployment for a country that was doing little to no telemedicine in South America in fourteen days. And then so we've done. We've been part of a some large projects year in the US state of Oklahoma. The governor they're funded program called Project Echo in through our partners here in the. Us We participated in that providing technology and software platforms in with the physician services group going to high acuity sites throughout the state of Oklahoma and those are just a couple of small small snippets of of programs that we've been here and involved in and the other. Amd I won't see. It's our niche. We have a large footprint larger than most in the post acute market here in the United States. And Its. You don't have to turn the evening news to to see that are most loved ones are also the most vulnerable in the ones being impacted by this pandemic. So how do we care for them? Provide quality here. Also protect them so We were also already providing access to those patients to remote physicians at a large degree prior to Cova nineteen but post cove in nineteen. The spotlight's been on that industry as well. So we've been deploying a lot of telemedicine systems to folks markets. Okay and in our last podcast. Tanya Malik said that the ATA hoped to cement certain gains for telemedicine as a result of the pandemic. What changes do you think or hope will remain in place? Yeah Tania's is a very smart woman and I listened to that podcast and I think she was spot on in in her assessment of that. We've had some wonderful gains from what's referred to as originating site in For those people who are are aware of what that means originating site in the CMS world means you can bill for the telehealth services in a really really basic terms and if it didn't qualify originating site before Kobe nineteen even if cms reimbursed for that type of service if you weren't adding originating site you were not going to be able to get reimbursed for that so some of the recent gains of of having the home qualify is a reimbursement originating site with with tremendous you. We're all in self quarantine in our homes being able to access the doctor from your home in that Dr being able to be reimbursed for that in countries tremendous the the biggest in my opinion the biggest gain that happened was the cross state licensor barriers. Were TORN DOWN BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT? Cms WAS GONNA reimburse for this now a doctor in Massachusetts can provide care to somebody in Texas and excetera and that just changed landscape overnight so reimbursement from originating sites in the doctors having access to cross those virtual lines were tremendous so those were massive gains mentioned on.

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"desert high desert" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on The Confessionals

"One that is in place to keep people in reality of sorts of no. You can't go here you can't go there but yeah there's there's some really strange things going on. There's activity that kind of like rebooted around two. She thousand sixteen right around when this oil rig Quentin right around when new ownership purchased and It's it's very interesting. Yeah definitely sounds interesting. What do you mean by these? Wolves have paranormal characteristics. Or whatever you said I mean Have you seen wolves do crazy things. That aren't natural absolutely insane things with excellent researchers and to to put it in perspective. What I thought made everything possible? Unfortunately and not myself I. There were others present and and it was basically this black mist or nebulous look like gnats or maybe some nanotechnology technology. It's hard to put this in when you're under moonlight in the middle of the desert badlands. At no no ambient light. Uc some forming before you like everybody else describes with getting walkers or with Jin or with some of these other areas spoke of it is almost like something andy or elemental turning into something material and or like a dust devil turning into be creature. And that's exactly what happened. It turned into this. Canine and it was close enough in proximity and large enough. That myself and the other the researcher we're like this is too much and just as our mind started to wander on what to do. It's fight or flight this entity not kind of be constructed and went back down into some other form and that was smaller and easier to deal deal with. We actually both really don't know what happened at that point. It was like a small porcupine and it was very very interesting what it was doing. And in retrospect I often talked to the researcher about exactly what we saw. That kind of our phone conversation goes. Hey Man has gone have you. You've been so that night like like we've talked about many times is trying to deconstruct it. But definitely some inter dimensional uh-huh cryptic able to maneuver through space and time like animal in nature but maybe spiritual in essence dominant yet very passive so kind of the Alpha Apex Predator. But then yet when you're hit with the fight or flight it's got what it needed already and it Kinda deconstructs and I don't know what it it is. It's very interesting. It really is interesting. And so we're talking about You and the researcher having lost time after experiencing wincing something very paranormal Out there and it's one of those things where you hear so doing what I do talking to all the people that I talked to list of The fascination of these topics aren't childlike. Wonder anymore like a once wise. I one time I was like. Wow what could this be this that and the other now so I really get off on hearing similarities between people stories. So like I'll hear somebody say something and I'll be like I heard that before a year ago. Only you're talking to me about aliens and this person was talking about bigfoot and I make notes of that in my mind I really like you know connecting dots and putting puzzles together and skin Walker ranch is filled with that kind of stuff. And so you're talking about lost time. which is something that actually is very popular amongst people who've had alien abduction in scenarios? Now this was an alien abduction scenario as far as you know I mean but you're talking about you don't remember what happened after that point. Do you remember there being a time where you actually realize or you can remember what time it was like. How long of a period there was that? You don't remember well. There is something going gone there because it is not unlike other cases you hear about missing time. I'm not saying that it's not Artificial alien intelligent but if you KINDA strike in the hot dome and what is currently spoken by the people there where this took place you have to Kinda puts headed the mix or the mixture. You do get the legend of the Skin Walker where there's many of missing time and these things appearing disappearing carrying in the desert High desert but still desert and these these inter dimensional crypt. It's usually in in wolf form able to whether they're spiritual darker most likely because of their trickster nature they are dominant yet very passive. They don't actually really ever it. They can. I'm sure but if not provoked. They are really.

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"desert high desert" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on The Confessionals

"One that is in place to keep people in reality of sorts of no. You can't go here you can't go there but yeah there's there's some really strange things going on. There's activity that kind of like rebooted around two. She thousand sixteen right around when this oil rig Quentin right around when new ownership purchased and It's it's very interesting. Yeah definitely sounds interesting. What do you mean by these? Wolves have paranormal characteristics. Or whatever you said I mean Have you seen wolves do crazy things. That aren't natural absolutely insane things with excellent researchers and to to put it in perspective. What I thought made everything possible? Unfortunately and not myself I. There were others present and and it was basically this black mist or nebulous look like gnats or maybe some nanotechnology technology. It's hard to put this in when you're under moonlight in the middle of the desert badlands. At no no ambient light. Uc some forming before you like everybody else describes with getting walkers or with Jin or with some of these other areas spoke of it is almost like something andy or elemental turning into something material and or like a dust devil turning into be creature. And that's exactly what happened. It turned into this. Canine and it was close enough in proximity and large enough. That myself and the other the researcher we're like this is too much and just as our mind started to wander on what to do. It's fight or flight this entity not kind of be constructed and went back down into some other form and that was smaller and easier to deal deal with. We actually both really don't know what happened at that point. It was like a small porcupine and it was very very interesting what it was doing. And in retrospect I often talked to the researcher about exactly what we saw. That kind of our phone conversation goes. Hey Man has gone have you. You've been so that night like like we've talked about many times is trying to deconstruct it. But definitely some inter dimensional uh-huh cryptic able to maneuver through space and time like animal in nature but maybe spiritual in essence dominant yet very passive so kind of the Alpha Apex Predator. But then yet when you're hit with the fight or flight it's got what it needed already and it Kinda deconstructs and I don't know what it it is. It's very interesting. It really is interesting. And so we're talking about You and the researcher having lost time after experiencing wincing something very paranormal Out there and it's one of those things where you hear so doing what I do talking to all the people that I talked to list of The fascination of these topics aren't childlike. Wonder anymore like a once wise. I one time I was like. Wow what could this be this that and the other now so I really get off on hearing similarities between people stories. So like I'll hear somebody say something and I'll be like I heard that before a year ago. Only you're talking to me about aliens and this person was talking about bigfoot and I make notes of that in my mind I really like you know connecting dots and putting puzzles together and skin Walker ranch is filled with that kind of stuff. And so you're talking about lost time. which is something that actually is very popular amongst people who've had alien abduction in scenarios? Now this was an alien abduction scenario as far as you know I mean but you're talking about you don't remember what happened after that point. Do you remember there being a time where you actually realize or you can remember what time it was like. How long of a period there was that? You don't remember well. There is something going gone there because it is not unlike other cases you hear about missing time. I'm not saying that it's not Artificial alien intelligent but if you KINDA strike in the hot dome and what is currently spoken by the people there where this took place you have to Kinda puts headed the mix or the mixture. You do get the legend of the Skin Walker where there's many of missing time and these things appearing disappearing carrying in the desert High desert but still desert and these these inter dimensional crypt. It's usually in in wolf form able to whether they're spiritual darker most likely because of their trickster nature they are dominant yet very passive. They don't actually really ever it. They can. I'm sure but if not provoked. They are really.

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"desert high desert" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

16:52 min | 2 years ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on The Bible Project

"So lots of resources here all this name To one is helpful. Book called by William William Osborne called trees and kings a comparative analysis of tree imagery in Israel's prophetic tradition and the ancient Near East. It sounds like a book title. That's going to be hard to read. It's an academic volume really really insightful. So so that's one way to start another one. I forgot to list here in the notes while just tell you about it and our spy scholar tear. Hey store. Dahlan called. Echoes of Eden Genesis Two and three and Eden symbolism in Biblical Hebrew Literature. It's it's the most comprehensive study on the Garden of Eden. It that's ever been done. It's it's almost six hundred pages. It's encyclopedic reference work But a whole section of the book is on Garden Eden Tree of Life Imagery in ancient near eastern cultures. There's so these are kind of go to resources for all of this. So let's go back to Osborne. He has great introductory. Chapter has a huge long chapter after on tree of life in ancient near eastern cultures yet he has a great way of introducing it. He says as any astute tourist quickly observes the landscape landscape of much of the Near East is predominantly stark and baron the landis comprised of innumerable shades of Brown with only brief interjections Sion's of green and blue the blue trees and Water Oak the higher elevation. One goes the greener. The picture becomes consequently mountains tunes and rivers along with the forest that adorn them seem to be natural focal points for anyone who lives travels in these lands the ancient peoples else from the remote Western World Egypt to the Eastern River marshes of Babylonia lived in the land not simply on it they were all agrarian. Various cultures meaning farming filters whose livelihood was found and maintained among the shade fruit shelter and beauty of trees. As a result. There can be little doubt that this lifestyle had a significant effect on these ancient cultures and the way they perceive the world trees in some of the most sacred elements in ancient near eastern civilizations Plus you stop that register sacred trees. The the trees are these. If you so I this hard for me having grown up in the Pacific northwest just full etry. realit- imagine living in a land. Where tree is our unique and big flourishing green trees and marshes and wet ponds with all kinds of life those is our unique You would view them as in a totally different way because as big stamp on them that says there is life here life life life. Where's that water coming from down? There must be connected to some deem source of life down there where all this tree and life and fruit. Such a gift left the divine gift and I noticed that The higher I go in elevation the more of that green is up there especially at the top of things. So that's what he's saying. High places and trees and pools and rivers are charged with divine life meaning In in all of these cultures in Israelite culture the levels where it was bursting came up in especially in the land that has a lot of wilderness and desert high desert trees. Really stand out. So let's just quick survey here. We could nerd out for longtime but quick survey in ancient Egypt Cup. William Osborne has section. There are multiple gods but one particular. That's interesting on Newt. Who is the sky goddess few? Look there's there's a lot of famous Egyptian depictions of the Cosmos depicting a female goddess. Who's who is the toes and fingers represent the Blue Blue Sky Dome above us and sometimes she's raining milk from her breasts like nursing giving giving rain accommodate rain? This is newt gives lat this newt. So she's The Sky Goddess who sustained in Egypt the order Egyptian Sky Goddess who sustains the order of the Skies Newt is sometimes portrayed as standing in the middle of a tree giving fruit and water and food to people standing and giving honor to her so that sounds like a contradiction in our minds. Guy is now down here but if you think about the sky gives water what and wants wants the water hits the ground. What happens it births vegetation and trees and sold? The trees are like a gift of Newt in the Egyptian world. So Newton is in the sky but she's also the author of the fruit in the tree to 'cause she provides the rain grows so the whole point is there's there's all these famous scenes in Japan in the book of the dead or the most famous Egyptian texts. You'll find newt in the middle of the tree offering fruit of of life into her whispers significant William Osborne also notes that kings are often portrayed as trees so you have a goddess as a tree in Egypt Egypt in Egypt. You also have kings depicted as trees. He decided to feel. I have one picture here from from the Temple of Karnak. Where in Egyptian King Seti the First from the twelve hundred BC the depiction of his like coronation and and he's standing in a tree or as a tree And he's being given a sceptre by God what I say Thoth and thought is also one hand giving the sceptre with the other hand thought is writing Setis name in the leaves of the tree. It's interesting so what he's he. The the goddess the God is giving the power of fertility in life over to the king now. The king is the one responsible off Kazan Egyptian belief systems. The king is the incarnation of the Gods. So the gods are among us in the person of the king as a tree of life. He's the one now providing so Osborne's observation is just. The trees are an a gift of the garden. And then the human king who is the embodiment of the God is in control of the produce and maintaining order said. The tweak produce Egypt in Syria and Babylon apple on for the most part these cultures did not view their kings as incarnation of God. So but as appointed by the Gods Kerr so still like they control troll with the Gods. Give you and kind of thing. But it'll men middlemen. Yeah Middle Management but tree sacred trees and gardens or a huge I thing Oh yeah you look this up once the gardens of Babylon yeah famous famous thing. If you just Google Alike Assyria Babylon and gardens hardens. You'll get all these famous ancient drawings so I've got a couple of pictures of Autobahn Paul Famous Assyrian King. And there's either depictions of him in the center. The garden feasting. With the Gods. It's a wall carving that depicts him his castle up in it looks like the Garden of Eden. And there's a river coming out of the Royal Sacred Garden and then it divides outside of it to water the rest of the land. Just live with no. You're just like the river. Yeah and in rural propaganda you know. The kings will write these descriptions they describe the gardens are a little microcosm symbol bowl of the whole empire so he maintains the Roy Hardens as the image of his control and maintenance of the whole empire. So he controls the fertility at the garden You can trust the fertility of so. Yeah it was an inscription of another Assyrian. King Seneca Rib he says by the will of the gods vines fruit trees olive trees. Aromatic trees flourished in my garden Cypress trees grew tall sending out shoot. Take I created a marsh for the flow of the water for the gardens. The birds of the heavens the herons the boars and the deer gave birth in abundance but notice he sang. I created. This is my making. Yeah so this is Royal Garden This is a image familiar. Yes to yet ancient thinker correct so for out of need be put in this garden They're thinking royal garden correct. Oh Yeah Yeah exactly royal royal garden correct. Just the next step. Real briefly here is particularly of the concept of a particular tree that gives the gift of divine life uh-huh to those who eat it This is the thing seems like this. MOTIF originated like the earliest drawings and descriptions of our from Ancient Mesopotamia Tapia even pre Babylon said this in Sumeria and so on but they're developed this motif image of this beautiful fruitful tree in the middle title of a garden with two goats eating from it or to chair beam like winged animal human-like creatures eating from it. And so so the heavenly beings when you have chaired beam round. It's guarded by the Gods when you have goats eating from it. It's the idea of accessible to the creatures of the ears. But the all of the fertility of the earth comes as a gift from God symbolized in the sacred tree So this is kind of like a stock Image that you know we have these. In many cultures have stock I learnt it's an icon. It's an ancient iconic brand. Yeah totally it's the Gods it's brand Yeah there mark. Yeah you're GonNa talk about your of the gods that sustains and creates life uh-huh and you wanted one image. It'd be a tree tree. Yeah either guarded by the heavenly creatures or accessed by earthly creatures intricately goats and gazelles were the main variations of the MOTIF. So I just have a bunch of pictures of it you can see different variations of it One of which was found a broken postured with a bunch of Semitic Inscriptions on it in the Sinai Peninsula called Cotillard Osh rude from from eighth to ninth century. BC when Israelite monarchy is jammed up north so this is an image that has pre Israelite. And how the long afterlife even into the Israelite period so okay. Here's Osborne's conclusions. Tree imagery his three interwoven. Layers of Sagan's one abundance and prosperity comes from the gods and that is depicted with lush gardens. trifled forest but the way of talking about the gods have given life to the barren land. Yeah second deities and their powers to give fertility are often associated with tree symbolism. Come so you can just be abundance. In general comes from the Gods and Forests and gardens represent that particular gods. It's who give fertility can be depicted as trees. We saw that with Newt. Yeah there was a canaanite goddess. Who will talk about later? 'cause she meet meet we meet her in the biblical story calm either Ostra. More Aussitot wrote and her idol images of a tree. Yeah Atlanta's within the gardens and people perform ritual sex in front of the tree. This was a thing in canaanite culture. Either you go. She's a deity. GotTa third is kings who mediate the power of the gods can be symbolized as trees towards kings who grow gardens or your caretakers acres of it can be described and depicted as trees. We saw that in Egypt where he had the king they're also portrayed as taking care of the trees correct caretakers of the trees but then like in the Temple of Karnak. You have Seti who's in the tree who's the rigging on timing and he's receiving a sceptre so the king becomes the tree of life as the embodiment of the gods. They're interwoven. Trees are the gift of the Gods Specific odds can be depicted as trees and humans whom the gods of appointed took care and help like Cultivate fertility they can be treated as well got it so contrast and compare all of this genesis one and two You have God as the giver fertility and life in Genesis one appease the one behind the trees he's not identified as a tree But the tree can be a conduit of his life through its fruit MHM in Genesis One and two humanity is given the royal kingly task of caring for the Royal Sacred Garden. Yeah not just one king but all humanity is depicted this our image of God conversation. Yeah can I ask you about that because I love that image that that all humanity are or in the role of the Queen Kings. Yes yet and I want to understand how we get there. Because it says that male and female So it could just mean that the first to humans Where the image of God how do we then raw inference stat than and all their offspring? Oh got it yeah. the genealogy in Genesis five talks about human that is male the female being made in the image of God. And then there Seth who give birth to is in the image of. What could we talked about that? So the image is passed on is resembled. Yeah and then. The image of God is mentioned in Genesis. Nine with the Prohibition of murder no right yes risk because they're clearly everyone cracked yet so while in the ancients imagination there is a king who is the image of God who rules on God's behalf his like a tree takes care of the trees has the power of the gods for life infertility infertility. In Jena's it's humanity. Yeah altogether is that is the image of God. Yep that's right cool that's right so Similarity different rights. Same with the tree itself in the ancient Near East. The trees are symbols of specific acidic. God's Oh really With nuts with newt sky got us and Egypt ah or with Ashra in Canaanite Culture and granted it's a symbol all but an idol is a physical manifestation in Genesis. One humans are the idols of God. Not a tree yeah. Humans are the image of of Gaden not trees animals. However there is a tree that conveys the life of God To the the image of God. And that's what. The tree of life represent conveys. Yeah envy's that word. What's that conveys? Oh I've actually been looking for that Word Weird Multiple Times earlier it. It transferred for two carries carries. Yeah but I think the biblical others are careful. They don't want us to conclude that the tree has its own deified magical powers. And how are they careful By depicting the trees as something thank God creates something. God created there a type of creature that God gives life to come in then he designates this one tree to and and again it's in the middle of the garden. That's actually that's really important. That's temple imagery. Uh The middle then the garden. Yeah then Eden around that Eden is a region region within Eden as a garden with garden at all and that three part maps onto the tumble is precise. Mapping onto the design pattern of the temple. Simple and motorsports accordia courtyard.

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"desert high desert" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Had a wonderful time on my way to brief vacation in the San Juan decrease the mountains of New Mexico they're the southern most part of the Rocky Mountains I don't find myself this morning feeling renewed and refreshed I was with a group of men of women of that included a number of lawyers Washington DC lawyers and just you know that's why we were enjoying our hikes on the steep trails and and in the desert high desert the conversation inevitably did turn to politics to the fundamentals of the constitution the fact that we are right public rather than a direct democracy and what does that mean and what does it say when only twenty five percent of college students today can correctly explain that statement we talked about impeachment we talked about becoming Alexian and how the Democrats can set themselves up to lose again but most of all those lawyers and those of us still in the technology industry we all to a woman had a a prescient sense about this coming twenty twenty election this time it's different for me that sense is not new nor does it surprise any of you out there who regularly listen to either our live radio show or podcast I do think this coming election is different in setting aside all that we know about the president's self dealing in Ukraine you know what I can wait for all the open testimony to figure out when I really think about that whole mass but I don't believe that president trump actions in Syria can be left to play out what the president has done by green lighting a Turkish assault on the Syrian Kurds and on Syrian sovereign territory is fraught with real time immediate playing on your nightly news life and death consequences consequences the Turks intend for the Syrian Kurds and consequences that occur when American service personnel are in the middle of a military operation by a friend in me an allied enemies of the United States of America did you see the Facebook post by Russian journalists moving into an abandoned American forward operating base laughing and saying so this is that the Americans live on the nightly news Charlotte that was on Facebook that was on Facebook I miss that Facebook allows anything doesn't even matter if it's true or not but that one unfortunately sadly was true and on the nightly news you saw shots of our own carrier based naval fighter jets scrambling scrambling first to provide air cover for retreating Americans who were bracketed by shells from Turkish artillery after and that happened after trump refused a Syrian Kurdish request for similar support in their retreat from the very same base then those American jets came back and bombed the evacuated American positions so that valuable war material and intelligence and high technology equipment would not fall into Syrian or Russian hands what a what a concept as though the Russians have not seen most of that equipment as tools of their new allies that NATO member Turkey and as if risking the lives of our military personnel were not enough the larger consequences which are only beginning to emerge will play out over years with potentially catastrophic consequences president trump out of you're worse or ignorance or just a fit of pique let's put everything Americans have fought and died for for the last hundred in two years since the United States finally was forced by the swirl of advance to add enter the first World War the war that Woodrow Wilson called the war to end all wars president trump and of your breasts or ignorance or a fit of pique has put everything Americans fought and died for at risk but you don't have to take my word for it here with all right reserved to CNN and gratitude for they're putting it on the net is a three minute conversation between Jake tapper who is no left wing liberal an admiral William McRaven explaining what compelled the admiral's New York times piece this past Thursday the title of that opinion piece the Republic is under attack from the president that's quite a statement coming from admiral McRaven who is the former commander of special forces operations and navy seals seal himself he oversaw the daring raid into Pakistan they captured and killed Osama bin laden he speaks for himself but his words echo through the generation to which he and I both belong the children of the greatest generation and without commercial upper up interruption here's admiral McRaven a jerk first was that you know if you want to destroy an organization any organization you've destroyed from within your distorted from without and then what you do is you convince everybody that you're doing the right thing so when you take a look at what the president's done is undermined the intelligence community the law enforcement community the department of justice the state department he has called the press the enemy of the American people and I will tell you I've thought a lot of America's enemies the press is not the enemy of the American people when you take a look at undermining us from without is obviously left the left our allies the courage on the battlefield we feel like we have betrayed them he's undermined the our NATO allies is taking us out of the JCP or in the TPP and that really is the international community has lost faith in America and then throughout the course of all of those use convince us that he's doing it for all the right reasons I think that is really what is what is troubling but if I can of the op ed that I think is equally important is that I think trump forgets that we are a nation of values that we're not just transactional he's a transactional present he believes that it's only good if it is good for us but he forgot so we're the same nation the fought Nazism and fascism and imperialism and communism and terrorism and we did that not because it was just good for us but because it was the right thing to do in the men and women in the military and the intelligence community and law enforcement community those people those Americans believe that these values are important I don't believe the president fully understands us and you right quote if our promises are meaningless how will our allies ever trust us if we can't have faith in our nation's principles why would the men and women of this nation join the military and if they don't join who will protect us if we are not the champions of the good and the right and who will follow us and if no one follows us where will the world end up you really see it in in that stark of you you really see it as the United States is basically under president trump in your view amoral not not necessarily immoral but amoral and that could really have a devastating effect on the world as I've said a number of times before just kind of have the the privilege and the honor of working for a lot of presents and I didn't always agree with them but I always believed that they were men of principle they were trying to do what was right by the country they didn't always did it right but they were trying to do what was right I don't see that in this president and my point and again I will never speak for everybody in the military that's not my intent the individuals can speak for themselves but I will tell you that I know what motivated me and I can offer what motivated a lot of the people that work for me is the fact that we thought we were doing the right thing that we believe in these values we believe in the constitution we believe that we are a nation of laws we believe in the first amendment we believe in universal rights we believe that we were the good guys and we're no longer the good guys it's going to be very difficult to inspire people to join any of the intelligence community the military any any part of the federal government for those values so critical to doing your job and to sacrificing for this country nor is Averell McRaven alone in viewing the president's actions with concern we'll be back in just a moment to talk more about those people when it 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"desert high desert" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To the re imagines American radio hour well I had a wonderful time on my way to brief vacation in the San Juan to Krista mountains of New Mexico they're the southern most part of the Rocky Mountains I don't find myself this morning feeling renewed and refreshed I was with a group of men of women of that include a number of lawyers Washington DC lawyers in just you know why we were enjoying our hikes on the steep trails and and in the desert high desert the conversation inevitably did turn to politics to the fundamentals of the constitution the fact that we are right public rather than a direct democracy and what does that mean and what does it say when only twenty five percent of college students today can correctly explain that statement we talked about impeachment we talked about the coming election and how the Democrats can set themselves up to lose again but most of all those lawyers and those of us still in the technology industry we all to a woman had a she incense about this coming twenty twenty election this time it's different for me that sense is not new nor does it surprise any of you out there who regularly listen to either our live radio show or podcast I do think this coming election is different and setting aside all that we know about the president's self dealing in Ukraine you know what I can wait for all the open testimony to figure out when I really think about that whole mass but I don't believe that president trump actions in Syria can be left to play out what the president has done by green lighting a Turkish assault on the Syrian Kurds and on Syrian sovereign territory is fraught with real time immediate playing on your nightly news life and death consequences consequences the Turks intend for the Syrian Kurds and consequences that occur when American service personnel are in the middle of a military operation by a friend in me an allied enemies of the United States of America did you see the Facebook post by Russian journalists moving into an abandoned American forward operating base laughing and saying so this is out of the Americans live on the nightly news shop that was on Facebook that was on Facebook I miss that Facebook allows anything doesn't even matter if it's true or not but that one unfortunately sadly was true and on the nightly news you saw shots of our own carrier based naval fighter jets scrambling scrambling first to provide air cover for retreating Americans who were bracketed by shells from Turkish artillery after and that happened after trump refused a Syrian Kurdish request for similar support in their retreat from the very same base then those American jets came back and bombed the evacuated American positions so that valuable war material and intelligence and high technology equipment would not fall into Syrian or Russian hands and what a what a concept as though the Russians have not seen most of that equipment as tools of their new allies that NATO member Turkey and as if the risk being an endless as if risking the lives of our military personnel were not enough the larger consequences which are only beginning to emerge will play out over years with potentially catastrophic consequences president trump out of you're worse or ignorance or just a fit of pique put everything Americans have fought and died for for the last hundred in two years since the United States finally was forced by the swirl of advance to add enter the first World War the war that Woodrow Wilson called the war to end all wars president trump and of your breasts or ignorance or a fit of pique has put everything Americans fought and died for at risk but you don't have to take my word for it here with all right reserved to CNN and gratitude for they're putting it on the net is a three minute conversation between Jake tapper who is no left wing liberal an admiral William McRaven explaining what compelled the admiral's New York times piece this past Thursday the title of that opinion piece the Republic is under attack from the president that's quite a statement coming from admiral McRaven who is the former commander of special forces operations and navy seals seal himself he oversaw the daring raid into Pakistan they captured and killed Osama bin laden he speaks for himself but his words echo through the generation to which he and I both belong the children of the greatest generation and without commercial upper up interruption here's admiral McRaven object first was a you know if you want to destroy an organization any organization you've destroyed from within your distorted from without and then what you do is to convince everybody that you're doing the right thing so when you take a look at what the president's done is undermined the intelligence community the law enforcement community the department of justice the state department he has called the press the enemy of the American people and I will tell you I've thought a lot of America's enemies the press is not the enemy of the American people when you take a look at undermining us from without he's obviously left the left our allies the courage on the battlefield we feel like we have betrayed them he's undermined the our NATO allies is taking us out of the JCP or in the TPP and that really is the international community has lost faith in America and then throughout the course of all of those use convince us that he's doing it for all the right reasons and I think that is really what is what is troubling but if I ten the other part of the op ed that I think is equally important is that I think trump forgets that we are a nation of values that we're not just transactional he's a transactional present he believes that it's only good if it is good for us buddy forget so we're the same nation the fought Nazism and fascism and imperialism and communism and terrorism and we did that not because it was just good for us but because it was the right thing to do in the men and women in the military and the intelligence community and law enforcement community those people those Americans believe that these values are important I don't believe the president fully understands us and and you right quote if our promises are meaningless how will our allies ever trust us if we can't have faith in our nation's principles why would the men and women of this nation join the military and if they don't join who will protect us if we are not the champions of the good and the right and will follow us and if no one follows us where will the world end up you really see it in in that stark of you you really see it as the United States is basically under president trump in your view amoral not not necessarily immoral but amoral and that could really have a devastating effect on the world yeah as I said a number of times before Jake I've had the the privilege and the honor of working for a lot of presents and I didn't always agree with them but I always believed that they were men of principle they were trying to do what was right by the country they didn't always get it right but they were trying to do what was right I don't see that in this president and my point and again I will never speak for everybody in the military that's not my intent the individuals can speak for themselves but I will tell you that I know what motivated me and I can offer what motivated a lot of the people that work for me is the fact that we thought we were doing the right thing that we believe in these values we believe in the constitution we believe that we are a nation of laws we believe in the first amendment we believe in universal rights we believe that we were the good guys and if we're no longer the good guys it's going to be very difficult to inspire people to join any of the intelligence community the military any any part of the federal government were those values are so critical to doing your job and to sacrificing for this country.

"desert high desert" Discussed on OUTDOORS SCOPED

OUTDOORS SCOPED

13:59 min | 2 years ago

"desert high desert" Discussed on OUTDOORS SCOPED

"We're trying to plan something. We're a little bit behind. The game is here but we're trying to plan something for the spring. I don't know if you saw the post on Arndale rugged mountain man or we're talking about doing a semi difficult recreational type hike in the mountains towards still tough but we're we're camping ping yeah. I know there's a lot of Um and they're like ain't GonNa can't I can't. I can't with primitive we're going. We're we're going up the devils river like on Friday as permanent as pretty much. Get Amy No cell service. You have to bring your own food on about but what did you think about the fact that you're there with those the military like you've got active military people all around you. You've got veterans. You've got disabled veterans. That's that's my favorite part. That's why go back to Bataan is because I'm there with almost nine thousand people and half of them are active military yeah yeah and it's military's from all over the world. I mean there was French. I know we ran into some of those guys and guys that were there. I I mean it's it's incredible to see and I mean those guys. Those guys have to do that as part of their job to they have to wreck part of their job but hearing them say that this was harder or I mean it's it's incredible and they accept you there. It's not like Oh them against us and I mean it was. All experience was incredible. I think I mean from start to finish I mean from the opening ceremonies and the flags and hearing in the fly over the I mean the whole thing was I mean again we live in the greatest country on earth so and we get to go out there and we get to honor and I had never personally heard of the Bataan death march until until until y'all wrote me into it and and I had an I had an uncle I mean it was a my GRANDPA's cousin so I think my mom called Autumn Ankle and who was a survivor Tan and so and I would have never known that part of my family history. I knew my GRANDPA was in world war. Two and I knew that I knew we had some mm-hmm. There's a lot of military in the family but I would have never known that. I had somebody survive what I'm going out there to remember. That's pretty cool so doing this event led to the region. I one of my uncles was said. Oh yeah you know cousin. John was a baton survivor and so I reached out to and I met some his brand kids who had never met you know now connected with them on social media asking them like can I can. I send in his pitcher like I had his pitcher on my rucksack while we were out there and they said absolutely he would've loved that you know He. He only passed away a few years ago so he was probably on their when y'all went out there. I think he passed away in twenty two thousand ten maybe so he might of another wind. Kevin was out there at the time and he was and I I had no idea yoursel. That's awesome. you know the and the other thing that gets me is how many female military are out there in their you know their groups. They're going you know as a group of and they're young. They're so young I mean these these girls in eighteen nineteen twenty years old and they are out there curious giant roof heavier than that thirty five required. They're fifty pound rucksacks in their in their abuse and they're wearing combat boots and L. They're they're they're dressed by. you know regulation. I. I just like to get out there with them. That's why that's one of the reasons I WANNA go back. It's because it's like you know for for one day of my life. Throughout the year I get to spend eight hours this year but I get to spend seven and a half hours whatever it was suffering with these people who are serving me serving our country and show them the people that are still alive. You know what we're honoring these veterans but we're out here with you. Were suffering with you too because we believe in what you're doing. I I'm you know my I have my brother-in-law is still active duty and I think I I know that there is a young the young girl that we met that was stationed at Fort Sam when we were abused the last mile and she helped us and we helped her she she was by herself out there and it's incredible. Let's see they don't have to do that. I mean we chose to do it for our own personal reasons they have to do that. You know however many times beer or week or whatever they have to do regulation wise and they chose to go out there and being. I don't want to say taping part of them but it was. I mean they if you got to talk to any of them they I it might have been different because we are females else but I don't know how many of those boys or men were congratulating us because we're a group of five females out there with packs and I look at them and I look at those huge tax and or their rucksacks in there you know two times as my body and their stuff full and they're out there and I think it is an incredible experience and I think that honoring not just the ones that are no longer with us but the active duty and the veteran said are still here is what that is all about you know the fuse. Britan's reiver's that we do have but also letting them know that that there are hopefully more than you know. The forty five hundred people are half was billion. That's just a kind of a guest but I would figure vigor popping habit looking at the numbers like you know when we're in the staging area in the warning and you look at Okay Herald civilians and here's all the active duty military. It's about the same same size crowd you know and I think we had just shy of nine thousand this year. He was like eighty six hundred or something like that and and there is a junior. Razzi guys I saw a couple of kids one of the the one of the women that does a court coordinator for one of the judges a CVS judges her son and did it with a group of his friends. They're all ROTC and they did it. and they all kind of came in different times they weren't as a team there are team but not not one not a five person team and you know they they came in and they're all high school kids that they don't have to be out there. Were are you thinking about something like that. When you're in high school I wasn't and that so that was pretty cool to see but I think it's just that whole idea of you know we could go anywhere in the United Right states and we can go for a hike. We go do this or that or we can hang out but then you go there. You're in the desert high desert. You know you're forty. Five hundred feet something like that ever snow on the ground still at the top of the mountain is sons beating down on you even when they're snow on the ground is still hot. The sandpits thank sandpits. Were so freaking bad but you know it you run into people that like I remember when I was that when I hit thirteen point one. I stopped for the second year in a row or random Tim Straw who works Komal Cross L. Active and I've been working out with him since two thousand nine nine so I've known him for and it was the second year in a row that he and I ran into each other at thirteen point one. It was like a sat down I go. Are you kidding me and he was like like what's up. He's in his fifties. He was a he was a fighter pilot and so it says I don't know how many years he's done it but you know he just walks the whole thing and he ran into him and then I ran into was was delta. I called him dog but they wanted to be delta. I ran into them and Dan. I was like Holy Shit. I caught up with these guys because they've been running. I walked the first thirty point one who didn't run one step because I'm running the end as woman run and I did did and I caught up with him at thirteen point one and then we kind of leapfrogged and I saw some of the people I saw Daniel and you know and I ran into Gen and Priscilla hello and amy it's kind of cool to see you know we've all trained together for almost damn near a year and then to kind of run into people on the trail yeah was cool. It was cool. It was I feel well we were. We're a little behind but so we didn't run it. We ran into Jimmy who I think. If you handed out like your bad motherfucker. She's all she did it by herself. She unfinished those six miles that we were talking about so hard at the end. Jenny was by herself and I found that absolutely incredible because I don't know if I would have been able to do it and she is a living in this. I'm not saying this in a derogatory way but she's she's older than us yeah just as active as the rest of us she. She knocked it out. I mean we were all kind of I've at the end like Ginny Ginny finish because and she and then she walks into the hotel looking like damn supermodel and we were all dying eating the pizza and here she comes rose a lot of marathons. Did you know that I did not she does she's run marathons all over the world and she travel she her. I was very fortunate in I got to do all the training that you set up for the most part Ginny did a lot of her training in other countries she. She carried her weighted vests. I remember she made a joke about having to take her weighted vest through security and Security Kinda and so mm-hmm yeah she she I think she would have gotten the bad mother record just going out there and we ran into her and her husband a few times on on it you know passing each other and then she would pass and we'll I remember it was like in shit the late fall early winter. I remember you know we went to we. Were supposed to go to jail you. It was the day you were talking about round up and come out in Jenny any came. She went to jail. They get the message because she wouldn't check the irony antler exiling we would. She went there and sheet. There are no cars there so then she she checked it out where we were came back to where we were and never found anybody but did the whole thing by herself. In Germany I mean that girl that girl is deter. I mean and she did it. I whatever reason she did it for. She set out and I think that was. I think that's what sucked man as soon as she was. You know it'd be like if she could do it not not if she can do it. I can do it but if she's doing it. I need to do it like I need to get off last and be like her. Be like Jimmy be like to be like Jenny okay so let's get into the hunting party all right. I I had to share something with you. 'cause I want a Delo this with somebody that I know has a good sense of humor so last week. I interviewed Josh Kinser. He's he's marketing for big and Jay which detracted and he also does marketing for swagger by pods which they make by pods and rifles sticks for hunters so this is a picture of him in New Zealand. I saw this with the taller okay so I promoted this just for the hell of it. I was like you know I'm GonNa promote this and see what I get out of it because he we talked about in the podcast but we talk about New Zealand and Argentina in Seattle. I want to go to Argentina anyways. I had some anti tight hunters some Argentinian. ooh Anti Hunters call me out so I'm GonNa read these teams right. I'M GONNA I have not looked at the translations use my limited Spanish to say what I think they are. You tell me if you think I'm right okay so Diego Diego at a non Marino. Just put sad faces like he just put his face is like. Whoa you know why why why are you killing animals. this this. Guy Fed Ferrara Eighty six seventy the first sentences so e host they put up Volpe models threat done so I'm thinking he's saying y'all are sons of bitches for killing this animal and probably threatened Komo's defor. Meno scarce personas like you're the bottom you're like the lowest people on Earth rather it's fucking in Spanish from Argentina wrath yeah and then he says gay no Maehara Casinos but as soon as they associate solic- I saw break blasio. I don't know what that means because I looked fine but he's I think he's saying because y'all are like married to people that are just like the bottom of the population which I think that's what he's saying. If I'm translating that wrong call eight zero four great for eight eight three nine and telling me you know here's the mother then the next guy says Bolton Lazaro said Hosa PUTO reporters. You poor sons the bitches something like that. y'All that's Braff scare me well. They're they're Argentinian. The anti hunters like hit US hard Hashtag. How did they find you. Okay so the last one says and let me tell you what the last one game no. Miranda ed La Monta Alfie now say assembly Amigos East Ghassan Hashtag spoiler alert. I think he's saying why don't you watch the series..

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"desert high desert" Discussed on Born to Impact

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"desert high desert" Discussed on Born to Impact

"Live event happening is upcoming November most importantly he is a good dude stand up human being loyal husband and a brand new father house. I'd owned by the way it's it's pretty crazy man. It's crazy been a whirlwind. That's for sure seven weeks right seven weeks yeah like I tell everybody who's new parenting. You will not be prepared but you will be just fine. No one is truly prepared for what's about to go down so they experience it. How'd I'll take your word for him but you know it's a you'll be just fine as many many people who have played the role <hes> in probably less qualified than the two individuals sitting here so you'll be just fine but you will be learning on your toes a lot so we're GONNA have incredible conversation about all things networking which is a topic that is near and dear to my heart? It's my pleasure to introduce. Welcome our special guest today Travis Chapel. Thanks for being here brother fetch would make the trip all the way from Vegas Joel. Thanks for having demands a it's a pleasure you know sometimes it so if somebody's like an Oklahoma or something maybe maybe not as much of a willing true. It's not not bad to come out to Tampa for a couple of days yeah. We're we're <hes> just relaxing here. In <hes> with a view of <hes> my backyard and Travis was Jus- out there working a little bit before we got started and taken into view. It's not a bad spot to comment and hang out. I know that your family traveled with you. which is awesome? Glad you guys have the opportunity to come out together. So before we get into the main content we're going to pause for what a prayer as always ascot's blessing on the content here Lord grateful for the opportunity to have a show where we can have a platform to impact others were grateful for the opportunity or grateful for our guest today Travis we pray that you would just gotTa words and direction of the conversation that it would have the most impact it possibly can on those is listening change some lives. She's saying we pray Amen All right. We're going to start Travis with your story. We always liked to you know you built some pretty incredible things to podcast you have gone on have amazing gusts us on the show. You've you've been in the media an entrepreneur Forbes these are you know a list publications and and you build a nice business for yourself a nice lifestyle for yourself a great income for yourself. Many people are listening on on the other side of the podcast are would love to be in the position you are but of course didn't just happen overnight had a journey to get there so let's back up. Let's go back to Kinda your background your childhood growing going up and just walk through story and how you ended up getting into the place of doing what you're doing today Yemenga question so I kind of had sounds like a similar background to what you had <hes> grew up in a really religious suggest household pretty strictly religious so was kind of instilled in me from the time that I was eleven twelve years old that I was going to be in some sort of fulltime Christian Ministry at some point but I always kind of had that entrepreneurial Arial itch you know which to me is just basically like the desire to make money combined with the inability to listen to your authority which obviously in the circles that that that I grew up in is kind of frowned upon I wasn't. I wasn't a bad kid I just I if somebody didn't make sense to me. I want somebody to explain it and not just tell me that's the way that it was and so I always had that kind of path laid out in front of me and so I didn't go through the normal steps that I think most teenagers go through in terms of like hey. What do I WANNA be when I when I grow up because for me was always going to be something in fulltime ministry? You Know Youth Pastor Missionary Pastor something. I don't think I knew that about you so that was that was just kind of how it was for so just give you some context I <hes> I graduated kindergarten Eighth Grade High School and college all in the same exact campus well so it was very much like almost like a bubble type of away to grow up thing not not college but all all the way through <hes> my senior year really yeah K. through twelve thousand same spot yes so you know you know what I'm talking about so just very much very much a bubble and not necessarily all bad but not necessarily all good you know the thing that's Pr- basically the same firm anybody's growing up situation on all that not I'll good but you know so I kinda took that from there and <hes> that was kind of the path that was laid in front of me so I just went to Bible College and there was a Bible college like I said on the same campus so the church was like six seven thousand members had K. through twelve on this on the campus and then they built a college as well and so I went to college that was on on the same canvas the name of the school as West Coast Baptist College Okay Yeah Out in beautiful all Lancaster California which is the middle of nowhere. It's the sticks that Desert High Desert so cal and Lord Church for Middle Nowhere Oh yeah it is I mean it's amazing. What what what the pastor there is? You you know put together in the last thirty years or so we started. He was like twelve person church. Now it's six seven thousand and <hes> so so basically went to the Bible college associated there and I remember the first time that I started realizing that ministry wasn't exactly the path that I wanted to go down and I was interning at a church my junior year of college driving down every weekend with the Buddy of mine to Newport Beach California and we were interning at his church every weekend and at the time I just started in door-to-door sales and I was doing pretty well with it and I found myself on the weekends you know interning doing something that I was going to be doing supposedly for the rest of my life I I'd find myself on the weekends looking forward to getting back to school on Monday so that I could go to work because I really enjoyed sales and I enjoyed the business aspect and so I just kind of started thinking in my head like man. This might be a problem that I've only been interning running for six months to a year and I'm already thinking like man. I don't want to do this anymore. It's like that's going to be kind of difficult to base my life around yeah so what's interesting because we we do have similar upbringings and kind <hes> expectations almost on what we thought we were going to do right and I thought same thing like hey. I'M GONNA be one three things people. Tell me told me since I was a kid that God's hands on my life and I'm GonNa you know <hes> do do baked potato right yeah and I'm like Okay Pastor missionary evangelist which which one of my going to be right you know that's that's that's of course that's the only way that you can have an impact regard as I've shared before before and I'll just reiterated here. <hes> what you are doing. Now is an incredible ministry right. It's it's not the typical way that you could you know make an impact on people and in the faith eight community or whatever <hes> but what I'm doing what this podcast what you're doing with yours being true and authentic to you are and helping people right is a ministry in its own right for sure. This is the two thousand nineteen this this day and age. It's not just the pastors who are making an impact. It's not just the missionaries and they've Angeles but it's guys at me and you who've got has blessed in the business sector to use our platform. <hes> you know to impact people outside of just business us or health and fitness for me. Whatever it is that we we are doing we have an audience and a platform and we are making an impact so <hes> I like to tell people that I you know I I thought I was going to go into ministry and then God took me into Ministry of different way? I'm still ministering. I'm just not what you would think of one people's fulltime ministry right yeah totally that's more or less you know really similar to the way that I looked at it hand however however when I made that decision not that easy and I'm sure it was probably really similar for you <hes> when I started telling friends or close people to me that I wanted to perhaps pursue this business route. It was very much. It's like Whoa don't do that. It was it was it was thrown away all your right exactly exactly the thing is like I don't disparage anybody because I know that they're just doing it out of love obviously and just like genuinely he felt that that was the right path for for my life <hes> but that brings me to a great point is like nobody ultimately knows the path fear life except for you and you have to be the one to be able to like look inside and figure that out even go to so that no one really knows except forgotten <hes> I've seen a lot of people think they know and got some really but you know I'm big thing of minus render to run my arm freedom and surrender that when we let go oh and just say God direct my steps obviously going to do my par- thousand percent but like my life is in your hands you direct it and we see God be we set until a piece of what we know. Despite despite all the outside noise right it's blocked out everyone else has their opinion and then just listen to the one voice that matters let me make sure I'm true. Alignment with God's will for my life and if I am than either people will embrace that at some one point in time even if not right now and if they don't so what like you know I can't I'm here to please every single individual because you never will right right yeah exactly which is the lesson that I had to learn the kind of the hard way because that was I wanted to so that and it was it it was the pressure of like you know close friends and things too but it was also the Authority figures that I had my entire life that I looked up to like held and really high regard and so when they would tell me that I was doing the wrong thing like that was where it was. It was really like a lot of internal pressure to go. Please then probably a lot of people who <hes> again out of love but they don't get it <hes> and they grew up in same bubble that you did knows no you you chasing the money versus what's really important in life and all that type of stuff so I've heard it very similar yeah so basically coming out of that ended up getting married right before I graduated college so married my high school sweetheart Jackie who's here in Tampa with our newborn son. That was a five and a half years ago. We got married so we started dating ten years ago. Since I was sixteen years also got married five years ago and then moved out of for the first time ever moved out of that place that I grew up in so that was like really the first time that I remember being able to sit down and just be with myself and figure out what I really truly felt was next up for me was your degree in Bible in Church ministries so dull majoring Bible Church Ministry and then you graduate and did you already have an idea because you started with the store door sales thing when what year yet <hes> <hes> that was my junior year of college okay so you already and then I guess that kind of progressed newer exactly some money there and felt like I'm GonNa Finish up my degrees you so I have it but I'm already going down the seller path <hes> yeah it was still kinda..

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