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Fresh update on "donald " discussed on Jim Bohannon
"Back to the Jimbo Hana Joe one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo what 866-505-4626 as we talk a bit about the change at the top at Twitter and the Theresa patent cybersecurity expert is our guest of Michael and Virginia Beach Virginia had called in about the power of a Twitter to keep the president of the United States off their platform and again I guess that would get into serious areas of just what is constituted under section two 30 of the communications decency act I mean I have the authority I could have on Donald Trump if he wanted to come on and I could at this point in the interview simply say well that's we're done And I can drop him off I have that absolute authority to do so Granted to me by the company was in a rude manner or something of that nature that might give me some hot water but it's not as though the president of the United States is sacrosanct and therefore I must have bowed down to him To what extent should Twitter be held more accountable for their banning of Donald Trump from Twitter Teresa Yes Well I mean this is a question that needs to be asked and this gets back to what you and I were talking about earlier which is transparency of your governance model So being very open and candid around when we say we will not tolerate these types of behaviors these are the types of behaviors that could lead you to a permanent ban a temporary ban And if you want to appeal the band here's who you go to So those types of things really need to be fleshed out The one thing I will mention is very interesting about Jack Dorsey He in one hand said this was the right decision But then he almost second guessed himself and said he was worried that the move was divisive And then it's set a precedent that was considered dangerous to a free and open global Internet and the free and open global Internet Those are his words So he was even conflicted in making that decision Obviously was under enormous pressure who knows who called him and told him he needed to move and do something whether it was the board we don't know What weight into his decision making process only other than what he told us But he obviously was incredibly conflicted about it But this again speaks to governance models and basically inspecting what we expect but they are private sector companies So again who's the regulator And what's the framework And what is the codified law or benchmark that we're holding them accountable to We don't really have a good one Some years ago I don't know maybe ten 15 years ago somebody made a comparison of the biggest economic entities in the world They tried to compare countries and companies and they had a formula they used as I recall seeing reasonable at the time because they're not directly comparable but it was roughly along the lines of total assets for a company versus say a gross domestic product for a country Whatever the formula was as I say it seemed reasonable at the time and they selected the 100 biggest economic entities in the world And I'm wondering if you would be at all surprised at the result because the result was of the 100 biggest economic entities in the world 51 were companies 49 were countries and at the time I remembered thinking to myself gee it should Bill Gates be allowed to buy a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council The comparison surprise you at all That is a really high ratio I was thinking in my mind as you were talking through it maybe it's a 60 40 or 70 30 as far as countries versus businesses but based on the sort of rapidly rising valuations of many companies it'd be interesting to see that report redone for today's global economics to see how that would shake out I would have to think that it would have shifted even further in the direction of the private sector would be my guess I don't know that Yeah And so the issue I think for many people is concentrations of power are inherently at least potentially dangerous They're not necessarily inherently evil but at the very least concentrations of power are potentially dangerous and I've heard the argument put forward for example just an in terms of the antitrust laws that you could argue that the behavior of the tech giants of today is at least as egregious as the behavior of century and a quarter ago of the trusts the oil trust the steel trust the sugar trust the rail trust and so on I think you can make a real point a real case for that particular viewpoint that the behavior of these companies today is at least as egregious I mean at least nobody was telling you what you could or could not say and for many of us our voice is the social media I happen to have this little microphone here but most people don't have that And so I think you could make a serious case that if we don't deal with these tech giants through something like section two 30 of the communications decency act that maybe we should deal with them through the antitrust laws or a variation of the antitrust laws Is that using a nuclear weapon to kill a house fly or how do you feel about that Well the antitrust laws could be very interesting also outdated and America is fairly unique compared to the rest of the world around antitrust because it's I'm not a lawyer but I'm friends with them And I've asked some questions about antitrust and what's interesting about America compared to the rest of the world is we get very focused on have you created a monopoly such that you and I have unfair pressures on our pocketbooks because they can control prices And in the end economically our U and I worse off because we have less choices or the prices shoot up because of the monopoly Versus do you have a lot of power centralized and if you're a monopoly Facebook Instagram Twitter SnapChat TikTok none of us pay to use them they're free So really the antitrust in my mind when I look at these different platforms probably comes into play as to how these algorithms work where it drives you to certain products services I did a study for one of my books around there was actually travel pricing and there's this one travel site This is years ago And they got caught that if they saw they were using an Apple product versus a Microsoft product they would steer you to higher priced tickets And so you can see with these different algorithms that operate as black boxes on all of these different platforms perhaps that's where the antitrust lies So even though you and I are not shelling out money per se to be on these different platforms are we at a disadvantage because we don't really know what's in the algorithm We'll come back and we'll talk some more about this with our guest again Theresa Payton cybersecurity expert one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo is our number one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 and we'll be back in just a moment.
9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
Lawyers allied with Trump ordered to pay $175K in sanctions
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting lawyers lawyers who who allied allied with with Donald Donald Trump Trump after after the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election must must pay pay one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions nine nine lawyers lawyers aligned aligned with with former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump including including Sidney Sidney Powell Powell and and L. L. Lin Lin would would have have been been ordered ordered to to pay pay the the city city of of Detroit Detroit and and the the state state of of Michigan Michigan a a total total of of one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions for for abusing abusing the the court court system system with with a a sham sham lawsuit lawsuit challenging challenging the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election results results the the total total includes includes more more than than one one hundred hundred fifty fifty three three thousand thousand dollars dollars going going to to Detroit Detroit the the sanctions sanctions will will cover cover the the legal legal costs costs incurred incurred by by the the city city and and Michigan Michigan in in defending defending against against the the lawsuit lawsuit the the money money must must be be paid paid within within thirty thirty days days U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Linda Linda Parker Parker who who imposed imposed the the sanctions sanctions in in August August rejected rejected most most of of the the attorney's attorney's objections objections to to the the proposed proposed award award for for Detroit Detroit but but she she did did reduce reduce it it by by twenty twenty nine nine thousand thousand dollars dollars Parker Parker previously previously ordered ordered to to each each of of the the lawyers lawyers to to undergo undergo twelve twelve hours hours of of legal legal education education including including six six hours hours in in election election law law hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio
Fresh update on "donald " discussed on AP News Radio
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting lawyers who allied with Donald Trump after the 2020 election must pay 170 $5000 in sanctions 9 lawyers aligned with former president Donald Trump including Sidney Powell and L. Lin would have been ordered to pay the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan a total of 170 $5000 in sanctions for abusing the court system with a sham lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results the total includes more than 150 $3000 going to Detroit the sanctions will cover the legal costs incurred by the city and Michigan in defending against the lawsuit the money must be paid within 30 days U. S. district judge Linda Parker who imposed the sanctions in August rejected most of the attorney's objections to the proposed award for Detroit but she did reduce it by 20 $9000 Parker previously ordered to each of the lawyers to undergo 12:00 hours of legal education including 6:00 hours in election law hi Mike Rossio hi Mike Rossi a reporting lawyers who allied with Donald Trump after the 2020 election must pay 170 $5000 in sanctions 9 lawyers aligned with former president Donald Trump including Sidney Powell and Ellen would have been ordered to pay the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan a total of 170 $5000 in sanctions for abusing the court system with a sham lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results the total includes more than 150 $3000 going to Detroit the sanctions will cover the legal costs incurred by the city and Michigan in defending against the lawsuit the money must be paid within 30 days U. S. district judge Linda Parker who imposed the sanctions in August rejected most of the attorney's objections to the proposed award for Detroit but she did reduce it by 20 $9000 Parker previously ordered to each of the lawyers to undergo 12:00 hours of legal education including 6:00 hours in election law hi Mike Rossio hi Mike Rossi a reporting lawyers who allied with Donald Trump after the 2020 election must pay 170 $5000 in sanctions 9 lawyers aligned with former president Donald Trump including Sidney Powell and L. Lin would have been ordered to pay the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan a total of 170 $5000 in sanctions for abusing the court system with a sham lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results the total includes more than 150 $3000 going to Detroit the sanctions will cover the legal costs incurred by the city and Michigan in defending against the lawsuit the money must be paid within 30 days U. S. district judge Linda Parker who imposed the sanctions in August rejected most of the attorney's objections to the proposed award for Detroit but she did reduce it by 20 $9000 Parker previously ordered to each of the lawyers to undergo 12:00 hours of legal education including 6:00 hours in election law hi Mike Rossio hi Mike Rossi a reporting lawyers who allied with Donald Trump after the 2020 election must pay 170 $5000 in sanctions 9 lawyers aligned with former president Donald Trump including Sidney Powell and Ellen would have been ordered to pay the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan a total of 170 $5000 in sanctions for abusing the court system with a sham lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results the total includes more than 150 $3000 going to Detroit the sanctions will cover the legal costs incurred by the city and Michigan in defending against the lawsuit the money must be paid within 30 days U. S. district judge Linda Parker who imposed the sanctions in August rejected most of the attorney's objections to the proposed award for Detroit but she did reduce it by 20 $9000 Parker previously ordered to each of the lawyers to undergo 12:00 hours of legal education including 6:00 hours in election law hi Mike Rossio
The Political Cost of Distancing Yourself From President Trump
"I think the real message behind Chris Christie's book not selling is not the message in the book, but the fact that like Hillary, he has become irrelevant. I would take it one step further, I think the fact that Chris Christie is sort of denouncing Donald Trump, even though he claims their friends still and pretends that everything's all as well. I don't think it would be right with president Trump. I don't think he would say good things right now that Chris Christie. So the fact that he sold like 2000 books or something his first week and it has bombed despite all that media infatuation he had. He was everywhere every network show the view. We interviewed him, you know? I've always liked governor Christie. But like the phrase I like to use, the dogs don't like the food evidently and it's not a winning message for a prominent Republican. And I do think this is the political lesson here. There is a kind of a losing message behind denouncing or criticizing or trying to distance yourself from Donald Trump. It's not going to work. Americans miss the guy. We look back at those four years wishfully and realize how much better we are, how much better we were under president Trump than President Biden.
Fresh update on "donald " discussed on All Things Considered
"We're ready for you know This is no surprise yesterday What Stacey Abrams did get into governor's race has what we expected the whole time I've been working so hard on our fundraising He had his regular talking points ready to go about what issues he wanted to run against Stacey Abrams but you know Jim he was also ready for questions about the former president Donald Trump David perdue and others When I get to that in just a second but really raul for winning the race in 2018 The governor has mentioned Stacey Abrams name quite a bit over these years So when he says that he's been prepared he really has been if you could take what he said over the years as evidence Yeah I would agree with that I think a lot of people saw this rematch coming He saw this rematch coming And Stacey Abrams didn't disappear She obviously with fair fight action With voter rights that she's been working on And some of the controversies she's got involved with She's been out there So there's been a candidate to aim for these past two and a half three years Well governor Brian Kemp may have known that this rematch was coming up but he may not have anticipated some of the noise from the his own party even Playing into the next contest what did he have to say about former president Donald Trump and really other Republicans in the state And so during the press conference that's actually a question that I asked him I asked him former president Trump put out a statement yesterday about Stacey Abrams but in that same statement attack Brian Kemp some of the other conservative voices are attacking Brian Kemp And then I asked him about that And this was his reaction I can't control what other people are saying You know I can control what I'm saying what I'm reminded in Georgians out there of Iran.
AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world
"Military military explosives explosives have have banished banished and and have have shown shown up up in in the the civilian civilian world world demolition demolition trainer trainer sergeant sergeant Travis Travis Blosser Blosser started started collecting collecting leftover leftover explosives explosives in in twenty twenty sixteen sixteen fearing fearing Hillary Hillary Clinton Clinton would would beat beat Donald Donald Trump Trump you you know know crazy crazy the the world world is is out out there there so so it's it's like like well well you you know know I've I've also also got got that that just just in in case case if if you you know know the the world world does does start start coming coming to to an an end end or or anything anything crazy crazy like like that that that that I I can can protect protect me me and and my my family family any any B. B. investigation investigation found found possibly possibly thousands thousands of of armor armor piercing piercing grenades grenades hundreds hundreds of of pounds pounds of of plastic plastic explosives explosives as as well well as as land land mines mines and and rockets rockets have have been been stolen stolen from from or or lost lost by by the the armed armed forces forces over over the the past past decade decade in in Mississippi Mississippi Chris Chris Smith Smith was was very very close close when when an an artillery artillery shell shell exploded exploded at at a a recycling recycling yard yard okay okay member member Bob Bob flus flus heard heard explosion explosion while while slime slime or or or or or or what what Smith Smith says says the the military military needs needs to to make make this this a a priority priority I I was was anticipating anticipating liars liars man man for for no no reason reason at at all all military military officials officials the the thieves thieves in in the the ranks ranks are are a a small small minority minority I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Fresh update on "donald " discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"You can't hear Here's your indoctrination with regards to the closing bell confetti dropping people clapping bells ringing 619 Dow points higher in the green 1.8% on the Dow 1.4% on the S&P 500 45 77 That's basically your closing level The NASDAQ composite gonna close higher by about 8 tenths of a percent up a 127 points And we gotta mention two things here Dow transports up 3% here on the day and the Russell 2000 up about 2.7% here on the day We saw most of the buying today was not necessarily in those big cap tech stocks but it was a lot of the materials names energy names financials a lot of the cyclical stocks Carol And Romain it was a lot of the hospitality stocks I mean take a look at the super composite hotels restaurant leisure industry index the S&P was up 3.8% Airlines as a group were up 7 and a half percent So it was really the reopening trade in a big way It feels like everybody's cooled off a little bit Taylor when it comes to concerns about the variant And Carol you really see that reopening trade for a radio audiences we do every day on this sector level with the winners and the losers And I hate to say but I really feel like since Thanksgiving we haven't really had an even date but neither are a lot of green or a lot of red Today of course it is a lot of green And as Carol mentioned it really has been this reopening trade This reflationary trade transportation banks dividends energy those are up anywhere from 2.8% to more than 4% on the day There are two losers down at the bottom of the screen and it's auto components really in technology As you're thinking a little bit of perhaps out of the defensiveness with yields rising as well Carol those are some of the ones that we used to do factor Thursdays was that one of us got it Well you run FTW on the Bloomberg It's value It's leverage And some of these momentum Maybe we make factor Fridays and do it tomorrow Yeah factor Thursday doesn't quite roll off your tongue as long as there's ring dings I'm in All right let's get to some of the gainers in today's trade Delta Air Lines I talked about the airline stocks the hospitality trade Up in a big way on this Thursday delta up 9.3% So finishing pretty much at its highs of the session $36 in change for you folks on radio So travel stocks back delta top of the S&P 500 But carnival Hilton worldwide you name it These were the stocks that were really gaining in today's trade Also I thought it was interesting I don't know if you guys saw on the terminal Bailey lift shelter a great column out Trump day stocks tied to ex-president Donald Trump staging a rally sparking a rally following a report that the former president's media group is in talks to raise as much as a $1 billion So there was a different bunch of stocks dwac digital world acquisition corp that's a blank check company That was surging fun where it was up today And the one that I want to highlight is CF acquisition corp number 6 I believe it is That stock is a small cap company it's a blank check company sponsored by Cantor Fitzgerald They agreed to combine with video platform rumble which you might recall took off last fall especially amongst some right leaning users There's talk about content from Donald Trump being on that platform anyway see FBI up 8 and a half percent And I just want to mention is it okta optic You have another time Actor thank you very much I'm getting ignore you for a moment remain Top in the NASDAQ 100 cybersecurity company reported after Wednesday's close report boosted its revenue forecast for the full year And ending for him No ring ding It was at 11.7% by today's clothes Well we were watching technology today of course Apple the big part of today's narrative Shares were down as much as 4.2% but they ended up finishing the day down by only 6 tenths of 1% It's all about the demand story Bloomberg news reported that Apple has told suppliers its demand for the iPhone 13 has slowed We talked to mark earlier in the day today he said part of this has to do with those carrier deals not being as sweet as they were a few weeks ago He says this is a blip not a trend for Apple and perhaps that's what investors saw later in the day as they bought up some of those Apple shares off of those record highs Serious logic also taking a hit as a result down 4.48% today It was down as much as 6.1% It's a fabulous semiconductor company gets as much as 80% of its revenue from Apple So when Apple moves serious I thought it was going to be.
Trump was COVID-positive before debate, ex-aide says in book
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting an an ex ex aide aide says says in in a a book book former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump was was coded coded positive positive before before his his first first debate debate with with Joe Joe Biden Biden former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows writes writes in in a a new new book book that that then then president president Donald Donald Trump Trump tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen three three days days before before his his first first presidential presidential debate debate with with Joe Joe Biden Biden in in September September twenty twenty twenty twenty the the guardian guardian obtained obtained a a copy copy of of the the chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs ahead ahead of of its its December December seventh seventh release release in in it it metals metals right right trump trump received received a a negative negative test test shortly shortly after after the the positive positive test test and and resumed resumed his his usual usual activities activities including including attending attending the the debate debate the the virus virus spread spread among among the the White White House House and and campaign campaign staff staff and and trump trump announced announced in in a a tweet tweet on on October October second second twenty twenty twenty twenty that that he he and and First First Lady Lady melania melania trump trump had had tested tested positive positive for for the the corona corona virus virus trump trump was was admitted admitted to to Walter Walter Reed Reed national national military military Medical Medical Center Center the the next next day day Mike Mike Rossi Rossi up up Washington Washington
Fresh update on "donald " discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Seeing James an actor Alec Baldwin is claiming he didn't actually pull the trigger that killed that woman I don't think he's doing himself any favors claiming this magic gun fired itself We'll dive into it Tomorrow morning on 8 90 WLS You're listening to the Dan bongino show damn 24/7 at bongino dot com I've got the woman of the hour the hottest guest in cable news right now when I love Miranda Devine coming up at the top of the hour her book laptop from hell which again the interest of proper disclosure and being fair to the audience I have been on one of the publishers of that book I believed in this book for a long time because I believe the public needs to know about this grifter in chief in The White House It's corrupt grotesque family that's been involved in this activity for a long time And it's been kicking the media right in the cajones forever and they don't want to report on it because they want to cover up for this guy If this was the Trump family we all know what would have happened This would be front page news They would elect Donald Trump again just to impeach him again over it And they refused to talk about it Well that's going to become untenable That's the important by the way just one quick note as a guy who's written a few books myself That's the important importance of writing books I know in kind of this new digital social media economy we have People kind of soft pedal books schmucks whatever No no Books are still important They puts it all in one spot footnote it It's a compendium of research right there They've become really hard to ignore You can't do that in a tweet or a Facebook post folks They just can Books are still important They're critically important I'd make the case to use strongly that Greg Jarrett's book on the Russia hoax and hopefully mine but I'd say greggs to a greater degree on the Russia hoax broke that thing wide open Because it was right there it was impossible to ignore Peter Switzer too to be fair to him on the Hunter Biden stuff who broke a lot of their crap a long time ago the Biden family Had tipped to him as well don't let him get lost in the argument All right we'll get right back to that in a.
Celebrity surgeon Dr. Oz running for Senate in Pennsylvania
"A a popular popular TV TV doctors doctors prescribing prescribing a a political political future future for for himself himself senator senator oz oz if if voters voters in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania go go his his way way it it could could well well be be doctor doctor met met Matt Matt oz oz is is running running for for the the vacant vacant Senate Senate seat seat in in the the keystone keystone state state he he is is running running as as a a Republican Republican and and he he will will bring bring major major name name recognition recognition and and wealth wealth to to one one of of the the nation's nation's most most competitive competitive races races in in a a one one minute minute video video on on social social media media as as mentioned mentioned some some of of the the issues issues that that would would likely likely endeared endeared him him to to voters voters loyal loyal to to Donald Donald Trump Trump key key because because the the candidate candidate that that was was endorsed endorsed by by the the former former president president has has just just left left the the race race always always use use the the trump trump phrase phrase America America first first and and vow vow to to fight fight a a government government that that he he says says has has mishandled mishandled the the code code nineteen nineteen pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Even the WHO Criticizes Joe Biden's Africa Travel Ban
"You know the Asian Psaki chili and sake why is this Peter doocy from Fox News How come this isn't racist but when Trump did it was racist and she said well Peter I think it has something to do with president Trump the tweet that Donald Trump said or something like that Now give me a break Look either travel bans are racist or they're not racist They can't be wonder Well it's racist when a Republican does it not racist when a Democrat does it And the World Health Organization even said this travel ban is stupid It's not even do anything And the next time a country finds a variant they're not going to want to tell anybody because they're going to know they're going to get punished by some political hack in Washington who just wants to try to show people that they're doing something even though it does nothing I mean there's nothing Come on you know that I know that If it was so dangerous they would have put the travel ban in place that day Instead they go it's really bad So we're gonna put a travel ban in next week So travel now well you can Smoke them if you got them I'm so
Appeals court orders release of some Mueller report passages
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting an an appeals appeals court court orders orders the the release release of of some some older older reports reports passages passages a a federal federal appeals appeals court court has has ruled ruled to to the the justice justice department department can't can't disclose disclose certain certain redacted redacted passages passages from from the the Russia Russia investigation investigation report report compiled compiled by by special special counsel counsel Robert Robert Muller Muller that that relate relate to to individuals individuals who who were were investigated investigated by by prosecutors prosecutors but but not not charged charged the the ruling ruling came came in in a a public public records records complaint complaint from from the the news news organization organization buzzfeed buzzfeed the the three three judge judge panel panel ruled ruled passages passages buzzfeed buzzfeed sued sued to to see see can can be be disclosed disclosed because because they they involve involve facts facts available available elsewhere elsewhere in in the the report report specifically specifically the the appeals appeals court court said said the the justice justice department department must must disclose disclose redacted redacted information information about about the the Muller Muller team's team's decision decision not not to to prosecute prosecute an an unnamed unnamed person person for for campaign campaign finance finance violations violations buzzfeed buzzfeed contends contends that that person person is is likely likely Donald Donald Trump Trump junior junior Mike Mike Crossey Crossey out out Washington Washington
Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote for former DOJ official
"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting the the house house January January six six paddle paddle schedules schedules a a contempt contempt vote vote for for a a former former DOJ DOJ official official a a house house committee committee investigating investigating the the January January sixth sixth insurrection insurrection of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol has has scheduled scheduled a a vote vote for for Wednesday Wednesday on on whether whether to to hold hold a a former former justice justice department department lawyer lawyer Jeffrey Jeffrey Clark Clark in in contempt contempt Clark Clark appeared appeared for for a a deposition deposition on on November November fifth fifth but but he he told told the the panel panel he he would would not not answer answer questions questions based based partly partly on on former former president president Donald Donald trump's trump's legal legal efforts efforts to to block block the the committee's committee's investigation investigation Clark Clark is is one one of of more more than than forty forty people people the the committee committee has has subpoenaed subpoenaed so so far far meantime meantime members members of of the the house house committee committee say say they they could could decide decide as as soon soon as as this this week week whether whether to to hold hold former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows in in contempt contempt as as well well Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban
"At the Cyril ramaphosa Have you ever heard of Cyril ramaphosa mister producer How about mister coal screener He's very busy While he's the prisoner of South Africa today and he's ticked off Joe Biden picked 8 African countries 8 African country A black country is essentially To put a travel man out there and is no doubt I didn't hear anything Every talk show host in America On TV and raiders pointed that out to you Now if Joe Biden were Donald Trump you know that they'd be calling him a racist and here's the thing Joe Biden actually has a racist history That's right he was a segregationist He threw in with the too Mississippi former plantation honors He likes to talk about Charlottesville Charlottesville is nothing to do with race when it came to tromp All I know the lib media the Democrats their little websites get all worked up about it but the fact is the president did not support the clan or neo Nazis None of them It's a horrible death that took place there as well But here he is Cut 13 go We call upon these countries that have imposed travel bans On our country and our other southern African sister countries To immediately and urgently reverse their decisions Now these restrictions are completely unjustified And unfairly discriminate against our country and our southern African sister
How the Pandemic Crushed the Middle Class
"The one common theme that will not be covered by The New York Times. Recovered by any meaningful I don't even call it The New York Times meaningful, but they have mass distribution, no doubt. Mainstream drive by activist outlet is the deterioration of America's working class. That finally, blue collar workers and people in the muscular class of our country welders and carpenters, electricians, we're starting to make meaningful gains under president Donald Trump. But as soon as we decided to lock down our country, we minted 500 new billionaires. Do you know there were 500 new billionaires in the last 18 months, new billionaires? There was a $3.8 trillion upward wealth transfer from working people to the ruling class. You will not have a country. Let me say this again. You will not have a country without a stable, robust, anti fragile middle class. It will not happen. You see the middle class is not dependent on the state, and they're equally skeptical of the rulers and their skeptical of the permanently poor. Middle class life must always come first when it comes to how are we going to create a robust and long-lasting society and civilization? The middle class has always been a hedge against the government getting too involved in your life for your business. The latest kind of wave of middle class anger has come from moms and dads in school boards across the country. But that really is just the latest manifestation of the economic angst and anxiety that has been created by a kleptocratic oligarchic grueling class that locked down the country unnecessarily is now firing people from their jobs not want to take a vaccine. And then punishing people if they dare disagree with the status quo.
Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Explains Joe Biden's COVID Failures
"First, these statistical numbers, I mean, The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes President Biden may not recall what he said during a 2021 campaign debate last fall, but Americans should, anyone who's responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America. COVID deaths this year have now surpassed the toll in 2020. Wall Street Journal points out it would shame that mister Biden has done no better than Donald Trump in defeating COVID. Despite the benefit of vaccines better therapies and more clinical experience. The left politicized COVID by holding mister Trump responsible for a disease that was always going to be hard to defeat. Biden said, if the president had done his job, all the people would still be alive. The Wall Street Journal says that was his false as anything mister Trump has ever said. But most journalists and experts agreed with the basic premise, mister Trump had blood on his hands. The world's top medical journals called for mister Trump's defeat. The Wall Street Journal writes about Biden's COVID death milestone. Because of the Trump administration's preparation they say, the U.S. led most of the world in vaccinations. Yeah, mister Biden had no plan to deal with a large numbers of vaccine holdouts other than to deride them. He missed his goal of getting 70% of adults vaccinated by July 4th, but proclaimed victory nonetheless. Biden blamed Republican governors and unvaccinated conservatives. Yet blacks and young people have also shown resistance reluctance to get vaccinated. They don't tend to be Republican, see Nicki Minaj and Kyrie
Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms
"That's the opportunity here and that's why it's our job to educate And to take the opportunity and part of the education is of course by bringing about good candidates We have to have as we're heading into a midterm election cycle candidates that will bring about Reagan style values That will lead not just to win an election because your point Jimmy is well taken If you go back just four years ago what did we have Donald Trump as president of the United States and Republicans and control of Congress And what ultimately did that get us Yes it worked on certain issues for a window of time But what it didn't do was stop the movement by the left that you're talking about and they have been playing the generational game Let's not forget Marxism It goes back a little ways Karl Marx and gone for a long time right And certainly when you take a look at the major catalyst of the modern Marxist movement fingerprints all over the lensky ice of the 60s rolls for radicals Can remember if you don't have Mark Levin's book American Marxism absolutely should This would be a good gift For someone who's still trying to figure it out it's a little bit younger As an aside But that is what has it And now it's our job because it's not okay Biden sucks therefore I'm a Reagan conservative You have to have politicians that lead like Reagan did The policy has to be right
Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case
"A federal judge has ordered two lawyers who filed a class action lawsuit over the twenty twenty election defeat of Donald Trump to pay the attorney's fees for the defendants the lawsuit now dismissed allege the twenty twenty presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump and that elections officials in four states Facebook and dominion voting systems were responsible a federal magistrate ruled in August attorneys Gerry D. fielder and Ernest J. Walker should pay penalties to the defendants and is now ordering they pay another one hundred eighty thousand dollars in attorney's fees U.
What Happens in Your House Is More Important Than What Happens in the White House
"My motto has always been what happens in your house is more important than what happens in The White House Let me explain We get obsessed by what's going on Every four years in the presidential election we don't even pay attention to some of the other elections that go on in this country The people people know every minute detail of a presidential election because that's all the media focuses on and we get obsessed with it We watch it like it's ESPN and sports although frankly these days ESPN is more political than cable news We watch it and we get obsessed with every nuance in every little minor detail when a presidential election but most voters can't tell me who their state senator is Oh hell a lot of voters can't tell me who they're governor is And what about your school board members Let me ask you something Over the past year if you have children in the government run schools in this country Who do you think really affected their lives more Donald Trump or Joe Biden as president Or your local school board members I think you know the answer to that question
Energy Secretary Doesn't Know How Much Energy Americans Need
"Biden authorized the President Biden authorized the use of the strategic oil reserve yesterday to combat U.S. gasoline prices. It's a fade. It's a fake. Three 50 million barrels of oil sounds like a lot. The strategic oil reserve is for dire national security emergencies. Donald Trump filled it up to the brim, and President Biden had taken up 50 million barrels to make a gesture. It may have a little tiny impact on three days of gas. Three days of gas prices. That's what it is. No other nations are Tapping into their oil reserves and a collective effort to bring it down, not going to work. The kind of amount of oil we consume in the world is one of those pieces of data that nobody really knows. It's so astonishing, high. Except maybe the secretary of the energy, right? The energy will know. How much oil we can. Let's go to her number two energy secretary Jennifer grant on The White House press yesterday. How much oil do we consume? Do you know how many barrels of oil does the U.S. consume per day? I don't have that number in front of me. Some suggest it's about 18 million, which would suggest your releasing less than three days worth of supply from the petroleum reserve. Why is that enough? It isn't enough. Not knowing, by the way, not knowing how many barrels of oil, the United States consumes every day. Why in the world would we believe the secretary grant on those? And if Rick Perry had done that, remember Rick couldn't remember the three agencies when he himself was on painkillers. She'd be if it had been him. He'd be roasted with the turkeys by
Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the house January six panel subpoenas Roger stone and Alex Jones the house select committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol has issued subpoenas to five more individuals including Roger stone an ally of former president Donald Trump and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones the subpoenas demanded documents and testimony from stone Jones and three people accused of organizing and promoting the two rallies that took place January sixth in the nation's capital representative Bennie Thompson the democratic chair of the panel said we need to know who organized planned paid for and received funds related to those events the committee also wants to know what communications organizers had with officials in the White House and Congress Mike
Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship
"So let's talk first about censorship. So Dennis and prager you did a great job. They're Google lawsuit. They were way ahead of the curve by the way. They tried to warn everyone that Google was going to shut everyone up. And people took them seriously, but not enough people, and then next thing you know, Donald Trump gets kicked off YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, all in one day, and it's kind of, I told you so, right, Dennis, it was one of those things. And we kind of have a separate government that exists in our country, one that we elect and one that is technocratic and one that is headquartered in Silicon Valley and in Menlo Park. So I could get into that form of censorship. I could also talk about the former censorship that exists on college campuses, whether it be the administration or antifa, and all that. But the type of censorship that I think is actually most helpful to talk about is one that every single person in this room participated, which is when we shut ourselves up. Self censorship has become the biggest form and most powerful form of censorship. Now, it's not only we don't shut ourselves up because we always want to, it's largely because we're afraid of the price or the cost associated with speaking up. And a great example of this is when people say Charlie, what can I do? And I asked them, I say, at work or with your Friends, are you allowed to express your political or religious or moral beliefs? And a vast majority of the people that listen to my show say no. I say, well, then you are not free. I said, let's just start there. You know, instead of you running for governor or whatever, what you're all great things and say, why don't you next time at your lunch break, tell the people around you how you view the world like Charlie, I can't do that. I mean, I'll lose my job, I'll be ridiculed. I'll be marked. I'll be smeared. So, of course you will be. So why won't you do it? And that's really the issue, isn't it? And this has been one of the genius moves to the left is that they are able to hold hostage our decadence to use a great word. Our lifestyle our luxury over us. We have a great life here in America and conservatives know they have a great life. And it's actually this very interesting thing. It's this inverse relationship, and I love Dennis thoughts on this. Because conservatives are more thankful to be an American and thankful for what they have. I think we're also more afraid to lose
"donald " Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction
"An envelope. That's been handed to you. I see that as two of many interpretations that could be written. But aren't there funny. Yeah then some of it gets Almost inscrutable Particularly towards the end when you have those sort of marginal intersections in crucial intersections and you have Someone who's going to turn you off. Old exercises onto new exercise becomes a bit abstract. Yeah but is there is there meaning behind. The abstraction is only so much you can puzzle out here and you have to accept it for what it is just like you accept the balloon. Yeah i mean the same thing is true of. I bought a little city which all those years ago we have to assume that the narrator is really bought corpus christi texas and is making changes to the city. You just have to take it as it is You know there's only so much interpretive. Work can do these stories our experiences. They last for as long as we're reading and then they last beyond that say you say you were reading this for the first time and you get to the last paragraph and you discover that in fact this balloon is not any of those things that have been positive but it's this autobiographical symbol manifestation. Does that then change how. You've read everything that came before that does for me. It does at this point. It did when i. When i read it to my wife and and felt the emotion for the first time in it. I'd read it any number of times before that barthelemy was very important writer for me. When i was younger felt free. You know but when i read it this time several years ago from maria and i felt that emotion it changed the the way to the story entirely for me gave the story much more weight and much more gravity. Do you think there's any contradiction in the fact that the story insists on meaninglessness the meaninglessness of the balloon the purpose looseness of the balloon. And yet it's a story. The love story And love stories are filled with meaning. It's all about the meaning right but we get a bit of that meaning at the very end is only a short paragraph but we find meaning in that maybe we find more meaning than we do in the balloon but no. I don't really see a conflict there. I don't think i do given my life. No i i. I don't see any problem. There obviously bartha did not ever construct story in a traditional way. I mean how do you think he constructed this one. Do you think that he knew all along where it was going. Was he writing towards that ending. Barthelme writes in essay called not knowing which describes the importance and the value of not knowing that of not knowing where you're going what you're writing is against the outline that the writer fills in. I am too. It's hard to say i mean. He may not have known where he was going with this. He may not have known until he got in the end. What that in was when when you start a story do you know where ending. No no never. I mean i'm thinking of your novel. The verification est which starts with kind of scene of inflation and floating upwards and when you began that book did you know how and when these people would come down. I didn't know a bit. It took a long time to to make progress Because i didn't know. And i'd been stuck that and the beginning for a while and then i had the idea of in floating to the ceiling and that was greatly liberating but i still didn't know what it was gonna be what he was gonna do. I've never known where i was going. When i was writing. Section grab says part of why why barth is such a touch point for you. Yeah yeah yeah. The balloon is a much taught story. It's much red story at sort if you read. Only one far story in an anthology is probably the balloon right. Why do you think that is. How does it stand out from his other stories. It's accessible. i mean it's less abstract Well short to the probably homes but this is a very contained story. Know and i think it would be teachable with that ending like that you know people talk about endlessly talk about barthelme as opposed modernist or a writer of fiction. Do you buy into that kind of classification of what he does. I mean when i started reading donald karratha me. I didn't have any sense of what those things were. And i still don't a way. No i just think of him. As a great writer that's acceptable. Who has an element of play. Always always is fooling around. Yeah i just love him. Yeah that's why. I wanted to read this again after reading bottle little city if i come and do this again and read for a podcast. I'll definitely choose another reiner. I won't will. You did choose another one in the middle. You read dennis johnson right. The story work which is also a very playful and inventive story. What is it. The most attracts you to a particular story or writer A convincing world you know in bartholomew's making a world here it's new york but it's not our new york but it's a world. Dennis johnson and work makes a world. So i would say that that the concrete fully describe world or enough describe world is something that draws me in and not just a balloon drifts around. And that's all we know about it. It's got texture. It's got extent it's got borders. It can be blown about on a wind. It requires helium. It's a very to me a very concrete story. Well thank you so much. Thank you almost barthelme. Who died in nineteen eighty nine at the age of fifty eight was the author of sixteen books of fiction including the story collection unspeakable practices unnatural acts in the novel snow white. Donald barthelme collected stories edited by charles. Mcgrath was published by library of america earlier this year. Donald antrim is the author of the memoir the afterlife and three novels including the hundred brothers and the verification est. His new memoir one friday in april. A story of suicide and survival will be published by norton last month. He's been publishing in the new yorkers since nineteen ninety-six and was awarded a macarthur fellowship in twenty thirteen. You can download more than one hundred and seventy previous episodes of the new yorker fiction. Podcast or. Subscribe to the podcast for free and apple podcasts. On the writer's voice podcast you.
"donald " Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction
"Choose a story from the magazines archives to read and discuss this month. We're going to hear the balloon by donald barthelme which was published in the new yorker in april of nineteen sixty six disability on the part of the balloon to shifted shape to change was very pleasing especially to people whose lives were rather rigidly patterned persons to whom change all the desired was not available. The balloon for the twenty two days of its existence offered the possibility in its randomness of getting lost. The story was chosen by donald antrim. The author of three novels and the story collection the emerald. Lighten the air. His memoir one friday in april a story of suicide and survival will be published this month. High donald. Hey how're you doing all right. So in one of the first podcasts in this series in two thousand seven you read and talked about a different donald barthelme story. I bought a little city. And what made you choose barth again. I loved donald barthelme for one and the balloon is one of my favorite stories of all time and seem too short to read for this. But it's not apparently I have a soft spot. Why do you think you have a soft spot. partly because donald barthelme was one of the first writers. I ever read. Who made me feel like. I wanted to be a writer. I read barth in highschool and there was some sitting on my few copies sitting on my father's shelf and i took them off took them to the beach. We lived in miami. That tom and i just couldn't be bothered while i was reading them. That just went straight to me when you when you first read them back then as a teenager and thought maybe you could write. Were you thinking he would write in a style like that. Not exactly I'm not really sure what it was. I didn't begin writing for a very long time after that. I was still reading when i was younger. I had the feeling that. I had to read everything. And before. I could right before i was allowed to write. It wasn't until i was in. My mid twenties began to write anything in earnest and with the balloon. He said it's your favorite donald barthelme story. Why is that. what is it about this one. It's a love story and for a long time reading it. I didn't really realize that because it comes so subtly at the very end of the story but not long ago i read it allowed to my wife and it really hit me that aspect of it that that fact and i had tears the emotionality. The story is intense for me. It's interesting we'll hear the story but that emotion is well. Maybe it's it's an undercurrent but it's not mentioned explicitly to last paragraph of the story. But you feel it earlier feel it earlier now know after reading it again and again and do you remember when you first read up. Oh i must have been about seventeen or eighteen. I think when. I was trying to read if i were going to be a writer. One day reading everything i could get my hands on reading gauge lawrence reading donald bortolami. Does it very different writers. Sure but you've got to do that. I think you gotta read around. Yeah well we'll talk some more after the story. And now here's donald antrim reading the balloon by donald barthelme. The balloon the balloon beginning point on fourteenth street. The exact location of which i cannot reveal expanded northward all one night while people were sleeping until it reached the park. There stopped it at dawn. The northernmost edges lay over the plaza the free hanging motion was frivolous and gentle but experiencing a faint irritation at stopping even to protect the trees and seeing no reason the balloon should not be allowed to expand upward over the parts of the city. It was already covering into the airspace to be found there. I asked the engineers to see to it. This expansion took place throughout the morning. A soft imperceptible sawing of gas through the valves. The balloon covered forty five blocks north south and in regular area east-west as many as six crosstown blocks on either side of the avenue in some places that was the situation then but it is wrong to speak of situations implying sets of circumstances leading to some resolution some escape of tension there were no situations simply the balloon hanging there muted heavy grays and browns for the most part contrasting with walnut and soft yellows a deliberate lack of finish enhanced by skillful installation gave the surface a rough forgotten quality sliding waits on the inside carefully adjusted anchored the great very shaped mass at a number of points. Now we have had a flood of original ideas on media works of singular beauty as well as significant milestones in the history of inflation. But at that moment there was only this balloon. Concrete particular hanging there. there were reactions. Some people found the balloon interesting as a response. This seemed inadequate to the immensity. Of the balloon the suddenness of its appearance over the city on the other hand in the absence of hysteria or other society induced anxiety. It must be judged to calm mature one there was a certain amount of initial argumentation about the meaning of the balloon. The subsided because we have learned not to insist on meanings and they are rarely even looked for now except in cases involving the simplest safest phenomena. It was agreed that since the meaning of the balloon could never be known absolutely extended. Discussion was pointless or at least less meaningful than the activities of those who for example hung green and blue paper lanterns. From the warm grey underside in certain streets or seize the occasion to write messages on the surface announcing their availability for the performance of unnatural acts or the availability of acquaintances daring. Children jumped especially at those points where the balloon hovered close to a building so that the gap between balloon building was a matter of a few inches or points where the balloon actually made contact exerting ever so slight pressure against the side of a building so the balloon and building seemed to unity. The upper surface was so structured that a landscape was presented. Small valleys as well as slight holes or mounds once atop the balloon a stroll was possible or even a trip from one place to another.
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"You get your bud right over here and then crossing the street. He gets run over by a bus and it makes the day even worse. Because not only did we lose the pumpkin that we decided to raise instead of looking for art kidnapped son. Yeah we also lost. The sun returned to us. You've lost both sons. Yes donald. Can you remember. could well donald. Can you remember another fantasy. That went on that long in scrubs history. I think that's the longest one nia maybe no net. 'cause i can't remember any that change location even do it goes from a isn't a car. It's not only in a car. Pumpkin patch they graduated shot at for a full day..
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"Show the people out. There know what is happening. Yes you only have until when joel saturday. September twenty fifth midnight. So friday into saturday midnights. Alright you're gonna go and you're going to write an essay. That's a maximum one hundred words about why you or someone you love should get this free hyundai tucson and i have breaking news for you you might say that would be cool. Zaken donald but i can't pay taxes on the gift clever. Why don't you tell them what is going to happen with taxes. Yes we are covering the taxes. You will not pay a dime in taxes. If you win this free hyundai tucson just so i'm clear yes donald go ahead we're paying taxes. Yes we're paying the taxes on the holiday tucson. Yes so what you're gonna do. Let's say you or someone you know in your life really could have their life change with a car. You can't get to that job that you really want. You can't visit that family member. That really needs help. Being taken care of this is not for someone who wants a car upgrade. Okay please don't waste our time or or iheart time hyundai's time this is for someone who has a true story that we'll be verified so please don't lie where your life will really really changed with the car and the good people at hyundai are going to give one winner a free hyundai tucson. I'm very excited about this. And i'm very excited to read all your letters. Read them all of that. You will joel is going to tell you right now. The website where you go to write your hundred word essay on why you should win the free. And i mean free. No taxes paid hyundai tucson for you or one of your loved ones my joel tell them where to go. Okay guys. here's what you're going to you're going to go to. Www dot fake docs hyundai giveaway dot com again the addresses www dot fake docs like this podcast. Hyundai like the car. You could get giveaway that thing. We're doing dot com..
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"Sean. You are on the show and tell us who's with you. This is the boss kenny. Hi gay ninety. You guys are white. I'm telling the audience there in white lab coats wearing. They're wearing math surgical. Assuming you can't take off your mask because you're working. That's the rule okay. And that's all we know there's a sign behind that says no eating or drinking inside. Thank there appears to be fluorescent lighting. just a little bit of a hint of a cloud picture. Deepen the background on maroon. Wall all right. What's up guys. Where are we what's happening. Yes so we're in a conference room at the innovation centre beyond me and beyond meat because there was an episode. I think in season sewers access. Like oh yeah. I pretty good all weird. A couple of shots were like. Oh man maybe that's our way in so we're list is your way in because i listen i want to. I'm glad that you will dwell. Who can't be here right now. I'm glad she organized us. Because donald and i are Are both having varying degrees of success. Getting off land animals. I am one hundred one hundred. Say ninety eight percent there. I usually have a dabble. Donald's back down to pretty much eating everything good work. I'm closer to around. You know twenty five percent. But when i you did reduce reduce points for reduction yes i will have to say and i don't think beyond even a but i will say they should be. Tell you. tell your friends in marketing. I will say this thing when my personal biggest thing when it came up to like giving up meat was all but i love cheeseburgers. That's my thing. Yeah and yeah. And i and i have to say you scientists over there have figured something out. It tastes good. What's this yeah not just not. Yeah how do you turn pee into red meat. P. protein that we're using. Oh yeah tell us about that. What's the secret. I mean you have to give us the secret ingredient. You'll probably be fine. We can stare here. But yeah i mean did down. You know what we're doing here at the innovation centres. We all come from various different scientific backgrounds. We're trying to take the knowledge that we know from all of these different areas and really understand what's going on with the animal me what's going on with our body but we can really take that science and understand you know. How do we put this ba'athist protein these minerals water kind of constructed in a clean label way so that we can kind of get a more realistic and more representative and a plant based product as the work that we're working on here and so ultimately raising a lot of clean label ingredients where trying to make sure that we can get those things process with the minimal amount of processing so that just eat Aperture time kind of controlling how we can mix all of those things together really. Were using the same equipment that you find in a kitchen. A scaled up or in any type of bread possum making assessing accurate in twisting. How we can think about it. So thinking a little outside of the box out of processes. They're usually done try and get something that's realistic. So what is it. It's wait before we go for it. So i could make. I can make beyond meat in my kitchen. I think if you look on youtube there's a lot of people try and make what we make the different levels of success. I would say but we do have some proprietary parts that really cracked down here are texture or It'd be funny if that was me. Few proprietaries names like no question. I listen i. I honestly think it tastes amazing Do how does the price point come compare because obviously that's on people's minds they go well. I'm not going to pay more for it or sure. Knowing that's something that we're working on you know for the last couple of years so it is a little bit more of a premium product right now as it stands compared to the animal There is a lot of things that we have to take into consideration there. The subsidies at the animal meat industry is from yes. The government from taxes on our scale as we as we increase you know when i started here six years ago. We were working on the original burger and We were making that in a little kitchen here in l. a. You know and of a mandate is in oregon hundreds of burgers a day and heck on a scale compared to where we're at now and the thousands of of ads for day or whatever we're their everywhere and he asks have sausages we donald and i got you guys are probably responsible because someone sent us from the motherload care package. We gotta get us. Some work is a we have then. I'm but then donald whether there was breakfast sausage there was All there's joel there were well joel. It's been a very masculine show without you. We really i'll. I'm so happy to bring my feminine energy to the podcast. We need it. But we're learning of these are telling us all about beyond donald. You had a question. Go ahead yeah. I so it really delicious. And there's some people like you order it from restaurants and they've really mastered the way in cooking it whereas like if i cook it. It's not as juicy. And you know what i mean like. It's a little bit. But it's still like i like a burger. Well done so. I don't mind a burger. That's not that you know that juicy but then you get from a restaurant and they've figured out a way to make it so it's literally like you're biting into a hamburger. What is the what is the difference. Are you guys giving people like a d a different way to cook. Like how do you cook it to make it. So it's just like a hamburger. Maybe kind of boils down to like burger like we do have some work to get it perfectly there. You tasted it. There's still work to do here to make it where we wanted to be like an animal product and replicate with animal visas. But like when you're picking a burger home if you cook that on the griddle some way you know. The the restaurants can probably do that a little bit better and they always do. He said that in the nicest way possible. He's a professional fucking chef. No actually scientist. Yeah but Yeah questions all right now listen. Impossible burger there the competitor right now. Who who's winning in the space. You guys you them from on questions. Got great question does it. I mean. I know you guys you're scientists and you're not in the fucking sales department but i wonder who's scientific point of view and really you know. This is our point of view. We're not representing anybody. Right now is we're fans of you guys van the so and we want to be on here. We can talk about this stuff. I'm you're saying do you guys as scientists take apart. The impossible burger much. Like i'm sure. The scientists had three musketeers. Might take apart the snickers and see what is in it and how they make their nougat. I think i think everybody when based industries probably taken apart everybody else's product for sure. But you know. I think the thing possibles during some great stuff and they have you know. They're pushing for the same real change that we're trying to push for sustainability affect impacting. The climate change health animal welfare. All of those things are the core of what they're trying to do this for change. Maybe the biggest difference..
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"G donald but so yeah odd starts with a g. Right down commodity. I thought you fucking encyclopedia. Oh it is a wound. It's not a really pronounced gestalt bod silent. You dare call the years all right. I'm glad i didn't. I'm not hugely. I don't think he would call me twenty years. This guy does twelve..
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"You probably heard us talk about our helix mattress which we live in there that comfortable. Yeah talk about the one you gave your son and then you would try to take it back. listen man. i gave boy the bed. The mattress thinking you know what he could use a good night's sleep. Yeah you're trying to be a good dad but then you went and hung out in his room in your life and i to sleep in there. I wanna sleep in his bed every night. I know it's amazing comfortable and I think you regret being a good father. You are by giving it to your son. Helix hook a brother up. I need a new one. We're excited to tell you that. Helix has left the bedroom and started making sofas they just launched a new company called all form and they are already making the best sofas in the game. So what makes all form. Soap is really cool. I'll tell you donald for starters. It's the easiest way you can customize a sofa using premium materials at a fraction of the cost of traditional stores. That can you pick your own fabric. You know you. Can you can pick the sofa color. The color of the legs the sofa size and the shape to make sure it's perfectly bespoke for in your home. Your i heard they got arm chairs and love seats to is. That's that is a fact all the way up to an eight seat sectional so there's something for everyone and you can always start small and buy more seats later on if you want your all form so to grow and change. Let's say i have another kid and you're like honey. We need to add to the sectional. You can do that all form. Sofas are also delivered directly to your home with fast free shipping and the past. If you wanted to order a sofa it could take weeks or even months to arrive and you would need someone to come in assemble. The bad boy for you off. Form takes no time to arrive in the mail and you can assemble it yourself in a few minutes. No tools needed. I haven't all form four seats. So far with double shays..
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"On berm firm and we through partway and invited. Everyone renew you would see. The big is gift would beat from me and the card attached foods. Say thank you for being a friend. That's what i'm talking about are you. Are you back on the weed. Am i back on the weed. Yeah i mean not like all the time so yes so oh boy. Growing facial hair out. No i just haven't shaved. We did a whole other podcast while we waited for you. I'm so sorry my my friends. I'm so sorry it's okay. I apologize to you call. Attach thank you okay. He's here found us. Well we waited for donald for a half hour. He had to upload his new. What something on your computer. No for some reason my computer. Just i it does this. It just it up it upgraded itself. Danell can't tell you how to turn that off danot you. I mean sure. I would just recommend turning it on more often talking about. That's way too much bong water. Are you high now no. I'm not hi. I'm coming down. Oh you're is there. I know very well. I know so. Yes a. and b. I know very well. And i know the radius of your eyeballs when you're high radius of your eyeballs. How i'm talking about. How much of the i'm all i can see under the island. I know him so well be like alad through that low. It was probably going forty five minutes ago. We walked into a meeting for the podcast wants. I was blitzed out of my mind. Not realizing how the what the meeting was for like. Not what the meeting was four but how important the meeting was. I should say blitzed out of my mind. Guy goes to the bathroom that turns me he goes do you stoned and i'm like yeah so this was the you were also late. I think yeah i was. I was very i was. I was pointing. We're talking about the very first meeting with the company. We didn't go with yeah. I was on time. We're late and i was on time. Fuck dude. I remember the awkward small talk. I had with dude waiting for you. You are early do. that's what happened. You were like five ten minutes early. Well you know what they say. Donald some better to be a half hour earlier than one minute late night. That's true indeed. True indeed. i believe that when you're late to meet me..
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"It's time to six year chavez. How can we fix your life. We're here to help you got my question. Was that Ever since i had a kid. I've noticed it like the relationship that have had that i have with my friends. That don't have kids has kind of changed. And you know my priorities have changed. And and i've noticed that it turns into tension and things like that and i was wondering how the two of you as the has y'all's relationship changed since i guess. Donald had kids the entire time. Or how do you guys navigate that with zach. Not having kids and donald having kids to of the show there. She is guy talk. That's travis and casey hi and travis was just asking how we navigate our friendship when y'all have all these kids and i have none if how we how we do it because i'm so free and don't have any responsibilities in the children department but y'all have like thirty seven and he's from dallas texas so be extra nice try well for just to give an example of how out of touch sack is with having kids we you know. We've been friends with zach for. I've been friends was act for fifteen years and our oldest is almost eight and two days ago was the first time he's taken us to disney. Let us go to disneyland with our kids. Yeah yeah no. I think sacks just kind of coming around now you know we your kids when i'm with them crannies. Hey i get it. If i didn't have kids. I wouldn't want to hang out with kids. Well sometimes we go to disneyland. And it's an adult trip to wells nodding. she knows. Yeah sometimes you bring the rugrats because they slow it down yeah first time we brought the rugrats was two days ago of yeah no. I think he's just kind of meeting us in the middle. We're you know we try. We like to have adult time with that. Because you know that's it was like that for so long so that love you. Oh god. I love calmed down. We have a guest here. It's not appropriate charge people for that. We should make it a ringtone joel ringtone. You need to be on cameo. We're not to be on cameo by you know. i think it's i think we have to do just as much as act as far as meeting in the middle. Because i really. I think i'm very conscious of. If it was up to donald donald would be like well. Fuck it if we can bring our kids. We're never gonna go anywhere and i still. I still like to go places without my kids. 'cause i had such a fun life before kids as much as fun but you guys you were. We were having a barbecue and you such we bring the kids or not. And you're like they're going to be loud and now it's like it's a barbecue. Them swim cares and they had an amazing time. Yeah well they're also older now. They're at the age. Now of you know understanding that uncles. That gets really pissed off. If you scream so i just have no screeching policy and casey's like casey's. I just decided if it comes from uncles ac it might stick better than if mom is like keep it down. Keep it down. I was a guys. do whatever you want. There's no high.
"donald " Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me
"Atonement for me donald He magic misfits. It's kagan i've you and welcome back to tone meant for me. So i've been talking a lot about my art lately and some of the things that i work through in my designs and in my art and people who inspire me and drive me and a couple of weeks ago. I said one of the biggest prisons that i have created for myself as been trust and that is always going to be the hardest thing for me any relationship whether it be a friendship or family or romantic. But i haven't had very much opportunity and least a decade to make art. That is hot. Be and that represents me in a happy and safe space and the only well. Not the only reason but the main reason that i'm able to do that right now. Is the man that i met who i'm dating. And his name is donald. He is my biggest support right now and i don't know what i could have done without him. And if you've known me for any amount of time you'll know how difficult it is for me to hold people close to me and acknowledge that and tell other people about that Relationships to me have been super super private but also a huge mark of shame for me just because of how terrible my recent relationship then and getting myself into super awkward relationships having been abused in a romantic relationship will change you for ever and he has been so patient and kind with me that it sounds so strange to say this out loud but he makes me feel like a human being and that should be a basic. But i just discovered that i could be a human being and that could be treated like a human being and equally and fairly and that is terrifying and amazing and mysterious to me. I don't know all the time what i'm doing and i'll look at him like i'm just waiting for the other foot to drop because i am terrified and i tell them all the time that i absolutely terrified but it's also something that i don't wanna lose having lost so much in such a short period of time and having lived with nothing for so long that being given the other half of your soul is just miraculous but at the same time like what you when you need that and i don't couple months ago v was talking about who they saw for me the perfect partner and i didn't even know what i wanted. I couldn't even conceptualize what i wanted. And what they described is what i have with donald..
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"I didn't know the Kelso's actual name was Kelso. Cassava vicious cal of it. Yeah I don't think comes up again. But this is the first episode where he introduces his. Wife's name. Enid right and I thought that was very interesting that you know. He changed his name to fit in to be to sound more American so I set a Casanova which it then became Kelso. I think everybody Did including Donald Phase on and Judy and Sarah everybody was great in these monologue. Sections they were. Oh my God. It was kind of a cool. It's funny because documentary sal. Became very common in shows like the office and And Modern family that. We're doing sort of the shaky. Cam Documentary style was not a style we did on scrubs because of this segment. I don't know why the interviewer was so herky-jerky with the Damn Camera. I mean put the fucking thing on a tripod and the interviewer was making his own. Shaky Cam. Tv show. But I thought everyone it seemed like the the mandate was they were not gonNa have cuts in them and they would all be long takes and and I thought everyone did a really nice job in those scenes. Do you call it. They prepared us for that. Because the fact that I knew my lines like that was very weird. Decent sized yourself. I'm watching and I'm like they're gonNA cut soon because there's no way I remember we. We talked about it a lot and we knew it was. It'd be when I if I remember correctly the those are half the monologues that we did. I mean part of the reason. Why the upset so long as those chunks and I remember Johnny see I feel like he was disappointed. 'cause there was another long Take it oh so even though this episode is what did we say twenty four twenty eight twenty eight twenty eight. I think at the editor's cut was closer to forty. Yeah and there's a really cool section later on we're we're Donald and judy side by side and they're still not cutting so they were able to time out. I don't know Judy in the room reading with you down to you. Remember no that that was it. They gave us ear wigs. I think for that. Because you're we get if he's a tiny piece that goes in your ear that you that you can't see the camera can't see. I remember rehearsing it with the voice wreck. I think they recorded judy. I could be wrong though. I think they recorded judy first. And then I. I went in Africa her to record the timing of that was perfect. Because you you know you you had to stall so you're like thinking and then you took a sip of your water and food totally look natural but it was well done by by Larry. Chilling trilling men. That was one of the that was one of the highlights in my notes that I wrote you know. This was his first episode to direct for us and we gave him a pretty. You know you guys gave him a big Brando and you and bill gave him a pretty big episode to produce. I wonder what money do I get to make this? Go easiest for me. You know what I mean like. I'm guessing he was told that it was going to be a long one because Right Randall or was decided. After the fact it was decided after the fact that we didn't know what was going to come out. But we knew from timing. The the table read that we were up against a an. We didn't make cuts in those. You know soliloquy pieces are you know directly to the camera. For some reason I feel like production-wise there was just a lot of talk about the pizza clock. Like getting the right angle and how much pizza take out know. We're in that bedroom for so long. Which was a tight set and Sarah know we were friends and we really loved each other but that was a very bizarre thing to have that much fake sex. All over one set for many days on end were yet. You guys were very much in each other's face. I was going to ask you. You guys made out a lot in this episode. Yeah how awkward was that for you. I think it was. You know we always hear actress. Oh It's you know it's all very choreographed and it's not weird. It is weird. There's everyone's standing around you're making out with your good friend. It's you know it was. It was bizarre. I remember being because also a lot of most times like okay. There's a quick make out scene it's a TV show. That's that's all it ever is. This was like wrestling around and groping each other and for days. Was We face to face not only face to phenomena donald you gotTa Menaka but NOCCO was? We had a man named Kevin was his last name. Renell do you remember. That can't be right now. Kevin Tanya tires also hires the whole crew. Everybody so he should really know but Kevin used to see that we all used to knock it back in the days. Still Spray Aerosol Benach and we made a joke like great because the boom mics right over your head like it'd be great if there was a boom there was Benakka on the boom because then we can just reach up. Pull the boom mic down and grab it off. Next day we show up and he had VELCRO D- Benakka to the end of the boom Mike Mike itself and temple and Kevin santee Kevin santee. Thank you and and literally wasn't just a joke. He kept up there for like months. And whenever you need a Benach you just reach up grab the boom pole. Pull it off to a spray. Velcro backing sticking up. I go crazy with the Benakka because I felt like maybe if I spray enough in my mouth the era saw the freaking mint will get me high enough when you're wearing off so donald weeded worn off. And he was on set to let me try and get high for knockout one day. Random came into the room rental. Tell me if you remember this and you're like Donald and we were on set you like Donald Wake up do I need to splash coordinator facing something is something I am. No no no no no but in my mind I was like they know they know. That's probably because you get to set. No the only time I took a long time to get to set was when grand theft auto vice city came out and I remember one time they were trying to set and I was on my way out the door and Randall's pushing my door in as I'm pulling it then I was like hi and he was like kid up stairs backup. I had to get up the grip. Grab people skimmed. I remember sending a PA. Your House one time Zach. Somebody climb over the fence to get you a really bad moment. Know what happened with the pound. What had happened was the power went out. The power went out in my in my on my street or my neighborhood and so the alarm didn't go off and and also the phones didn't work and so I woke up to a PA knocking on my window. And which is the worst site? If you're an accurate it's like the most horrible feeling and I remember getting to set really late and bill like no no. Don't worry we'll split the fifty grand I during scrubs I had a real moment of peace about producing which was I gave up on the idea. Everything being okay for more than five minutes at a time. Because nothing's ever always okay. It's not and and now fires. Nobody comes to my door to be like. Everything's great as our. You know somebody took my candy. We don't have any failed. You know. Somebody's late so typically ever run out of film we came. We came close. We used a lot of short ends one particular week because part of the reason that we were able to fire under the radar financially and one of the reasons that that show is one of the last shows to be on film is because we shot on sixteen show Super Sixteen not thirty five so we cut our production costs. You know by a lot but we made a great print. I mean we we show that show on a DJ in the DJ scream held up. You don't know this is one of the last show. Still being shot on film especially sixteen millimeter film. Probably at the time probably is right now I would. I would guess now unless it's like a big budget feature Netflix's or something but most people don't do that anymore anyway and it's one of the reasons why people always ask how come there's no. Blu Ray and a high resolution sixteen by nine version of the show is because when we made it we didn't and we were done with no one anticipated all this streaming stuff so it was never up. Res- TO BE FOUR K. VIDEO. Right cut the film and then and then we do and some of the film that we used. You can't even get anymore. A lot of the flashback scenes. I think I think you'll see it in in season. One Are Shot on something that was called reversal film which was like from the Vietnam. War could had this look of Yeah Abbas Pacific texture. Those in fact. There's different clearly different films being shot for these interviews sequences because they're very grainy and have a different color sort of palate than the show. Itself did win switch. When did we switch over to chip than when did we switch over to digital? Because I know you do it. In Season Nine. It would only been using nine. I think it was before season nine to be. I don't think so. I mean 'cause because it was talked about so much shows 'cause NBC had made this mandate that everybody was going digital but then when they looked at our numbers they were. Keep doing what you're doing like A. I think maybe in that season nine we were. I honestly can't remember us the top of my head. I remember that I remember that. That was very interesting when you would see them. Changing mags or somebody getting the film ready for the day and having to put the film in a mag so that it could fit on the camera and reaching into this like Bag It looked like a is what it looked like picture like a miniature camping tent that like that would fit on a desktop and it was blacked out so that they could put their hands in there and not expose the film while loading the camera magazines right. I I I remember when we switched over to. I guess it was season. I where we switched over to chip and I remember being like this is the easiest thing in the world. Why didn't we do this before we could do? Takes for days and days and days all I remember all my fuck ups. Every time I missed a line or forgotten line and everything like that I remember being like how much. How much more do we have automatic before before you know what I mean before. We're out and we have to change the MAG again. You'd have you'd have about eleven on on a sixty meter magazine and and he'd be like trying to get me like how much how much more before we ruled out. I gotta I gotta I gotTa go forever now. You don't don't got we got. We got cut. We only got like feet all right when I say to Sarah a stool sample not for medical reasons. My robot needs food. I made that I'm proud to say and Sarah cracked up at it and so random.
"donald " Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"Hey Donald Hazak. Hulu has whatever you are feeling. Do you know that I understand it? They have full. Seasons of your favorite shows like scrubs Donald Scrubs is one of my favorite shows and they have some people always ask us. Where do you find scrubs? You find on Hulu Right. You can also find little fires everywhere High Fidelity Rick. And morty Seinfeld this is us ten fifteen the good doctor who even has a live. Tv Plan Yeah. All sorts of good stuff guys go learn more at WHO DOT COM OCTOBER? Sixteenth Thousand. Nine hundred seventy two two congressmen vanish on a small plane in Alaska despite a massive search. They're never found. The case goes cold. That is until I started researching it. I'm standing right little portage pass and Alaska. My Name is John Wall Zach and what I found is one of the strangest stories. You've never heard. Did he indicate what was in the suitcase? He said it was a bomb. So join me as I travel from Arizona to the Arctic Circle trying to crack this case. Listen to missing in Alaska on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you find your favorite shows it's Memorial Day we're recording this today Memorial Day. We should be at a barbecue together yet. We should be eating ribs. Are you really trying? We hold on. Let me get this straight. Go on you really try not to eat meat. Nowadays I am PESCA -Tarian. I'm trying that out. When did you become a Pesky -Tarian I watched this documentary? That really got means fired about stopping eating animals besides fish. You sound like my dad. My Dad is the same way right now. The documentary was It's called the game changers. It's called Yes game changers but I've never done. I love Burgers I love. I love all the Shit. We all have eaten our whole lives but we have all this time on her hands right. It's like an experimentation time on every front right like you can experiment with. I've been experimenting with all sorts of things in my life is. I'm sure a lot of people have and one was okay. Well let me just try this this during this time to only be officiator and I do feel better. I do feel healthier. Well that's great by nine year. I know you're very meet Passionate Donald. I'm I'm trying to stay away from the red meat. That's the hardest thing to stay away from. It's so tasty So I've been trying to figure out different ways to cook chicken and I've been doing that a lot lately But yeah you're right. I do agree that too much. Meat is bad for you. Obviously because you know cholesterol says something about that. Blood pressure said something about heart disease. Colorectal cancer says a lot about that. You know what I mean. And that's when you eat too much red meat usually or processed foods. I'm having a hard time getting off of all of that stuff. The problem I know man. Oh addict I'm going to tell you last night. We had a fake Burger. You had beyond Burger. It wasn't one of the fancy ones beyond it wasn't beyond impossible as only two names. I know we just got it at a supermarket. It was nice. Nice brand forgot the brand but it was amazing. I mean once you put cheese on it and all the fixings and your spices great but once you put the cheese on it you're no longer press paterno whatever it is that you've carrion. That's yeah I Jeez. I'm just not eating. I'm not eating meat. I'm not even I'm not eating any form of meat other than fish. All right well. Should we sing? You don't seem happy. I want you to get happy. You seem very you can't seeing unless you're happy. Donald Song. Hold on. Hold on hold on just you have a furrowed brow. I am very happy first of all. Okay well let's let me see we're about to bring on Randall. Winston one of the most exciting people. I'm really excited. I don't want him to see you better. Turn that mother fucking bearded frown upside down. I'm telling you something right now Randall. Winston is responsible for some of the most happiest moments of my life. So I can't wait to have him on. Okay well then counties. Mother fuckers in six seven eight mother fuckers.
"donald " Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Hello and welcome to the hypnosis in NLP podcast. I'm Donald curry, a registered psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. I have over eighteen years of experience in the field of the mind body connection. Working on yourself can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. I developed this podcast to share information, tools and techniques to assist you in making changes feeling better moving forwards getting motivated, and to thrive maybe you're here because you'd like to learn more about hypnosis, or perhaps you're navigating the process of personal development and change and would like to learn how to tap into the power of your mind to improve your life. Either way this podcast is for you. In the previous episode. You learned about the inner critic and had the opportunity to experience hypnosis session to assist you with the lining with your inner mentor. Self talk is another method of creating change by developing appropriate in. Her dialogue in today's episode. We will explore the importance of developing positive self talk different approaches that you can use to change your inner conversation end. You'll have the opportunity to experience hypnosis session to assist you in changing your inner dialogue. I'm glad that you're here. And I hope that you find the session inspiring, and that it sparks within you the motivation to make your life better. Visit the home of the hypnosis and p podcasts at WWW don't hypnosis dot media on the site. You'll find all previous episodes of the podcast blog posts and the web store which contains premium hypnosis programs that can assist with a wide variety of problems issues and concerns such as healing the child attracting, abundance forgiveness and much more. Enter the code hypnosis at checkout for fifteen percent discount off your entire order. South talk is the dialogue and conversation that is directed towards the south it can occur either out loud or internally, and it manifests as self statements with things that are said regarding the self research has shown that most of our self talk is negative and as a result of this. It is though our minds or against are greater good research has also indicated that negative self talk can increase levels of cortisol, which is a stress hormone. And it is linked to other mental health concerns such as depression and anxiety, negative self talk is any self talk. That puts you down diminishes, you reduces yourself confidence or self esteem, or prevents you from being your bestself negative self talk tells you that you're not. Good enough, not smart enough or not capable enough. The way that you speak to yourself influences behaviors habits beliefs and attitudes. You may not always be aware of your inner dialogue. But you are most certainly engaging in self talk. Most of the time. The way that you talk to yourself is important because it has a massive impact on many areas of your life. Most of our self talk is like listening to a broken record the plays the same song over and over again. Many of these negative patterns of thinking are learned in childhood from parents, friends or teachers this is why it is so important to learn how to speak positively to other people as everything that is said positive or negative creates waves and ripples in the lives of others. When we hear the same thing over and over again in the external world eventually this can develop into messages in our internal world. There are hundreds of thousands of narrow connections within the brain neural pathways are connection. Between the neurons in different regions of the brain. These are connected, by and communicate with synapses the more that neurons fire and communicate with one another the stronger the narrow pathway becomes negative thinking creates neural pathways within the brain. You might consider these neural pathways to be like bike trails in the forest. The more that we traveled down the path the more it is etched into the earth. If we go off the beaten path in the forest where there isn't a trail that's formed usually we'd be met with sticks and branches and shrubs and growth that would make very difficult to maneuver. But if you continued to take the same path every day going over it again, and again, then you would create a new path where there wasn't one before. Creating a new path in a forest is much like creating new positive self talk. It may take a little bit of effort at first. But the more that you do it. The more you will create new neural connections and neural pathways within the brain. Every time that we think about something we're either traveling down the path that we've traveled down many times before and we know very well where that path leads or were beginning to venture forth into new territory that will take us to an entirely new destination. There's a popular story of the first nations. People some have attributed the story to the Cherokee, and it is known as the wolves within the story says. A grandfather is teaching his grandson about life. There's a fight going on inside of me. He said to the boy, it's a terrible fight. And it's between two wolves one is full of anger envy. Soro regret greed, arrogance self-pity. Guilt resentment also pride superiority and nego. He continued. The other is good. It's full of joy peace. Love. Hope. Serenity kindness benevolence and the feet generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same fight is going on inside of you. And inside every other person too. The grandson thought about it for a moment. And then asked his grandfather, which will will win. His grandfather looked at him smiled and simply replied, the one that you feed. We can make a choice as to which wolf we feed we can feed the wolf that is negative or at the wolf that is positive. We can work to, cultivate, more positive thinking in the same way that we would tend to garden by watering, the flowers and pulling the weeds every time that we entertain our negative thoughts. It's just like watering the weeds in the garden, and every time that we nurture ourself with positive thoughts. It's like watering the flowers it takes a little bit of effort to do this first. But the results are worth it changing self-talk requires mindfulness, and it must be deliberate and intentional patterns of negative self-talk are often present for a long while. And as a result, they can take patients in time to change one methods change these thoughts. Is to counteract them with positive truths regarding your life, getting a blank piece of paper and writing out every negative thought that you have and then writing out a counter acting positive truth can help to override the negative thinking there's always positive truth about your life in about yourself. Even if it might take a while to see it's always there at one level or another. Another method is to be mindful when they give self talk his presence and to correct it to positive self talk. This creates new neural connections within the brain, you might replace. I just can't get what I'm trying to learn to something like, I know that it takes time to learn. I'm going to choose to be gentle with myself. I'm going to do the best that I can in this moment often times, we tell ourselves that. We can't do something what works better at in. These situations is to tell ourselves what we can do. Or what we choose to do? For example. You might choose to replace a thought like I can't have burger because I'm watching what I eat to more gentler kinder thought I choose to have grilled vegetables and a salad because I'm on a path of health and wellbeing. Another example. Would beat the thought I can't get up and speak in front of other people. I don't know what I would say to I'm going to be gentle with myself. I am capable and I can learn how to speak in front of other people and feel comfortable doing so. One of the most effective and important methods. In developing new self talk is to see yourself as a friend to begin an inner dialogue with yourself in the same way that you'd have a conversation with someone who's close and dear to you. We are often kind and supportive to our dearest and best friends, and is simply learning how to direct this in wordly simply saying to yourself, relax. You have this. You're doing the best that you can in this moment in have a very positive impact. In this exercise today, you'll have the opportunity to develop new positive self talk. So if you so choose in you'd like to participate in this hypnosis program the place where you can relax and let go for this next little while. Make sure that you're not listening to this program while you're driving operating heavy machinery or engaging in any activity that requires conscious thinking. Make sure that your body is in the most comfortable position for you. And whenever you're ready. You can go ahead. And close your eyes.
"donald " Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"And your subconscious mind can begin to develop. These skills. Simply by setting this intention here today. To practice these skills. More and more. Practicing these skills more and more each day. And you can think of the benefits that these skills will provide you. Deeper more meaningful connections with other. Feeling more connected. More safe. And also feeling more heard and understood by others. Remember that new skills? Take practice. And the more that you practice these skills. The more effective you will become. In becoming a more effective communicator. In a moment. I'm going to count from one to ten and as I can't from one to ten emerged from relaxation when I reached the count of tenure open your eyes, you'll be back in the room back in the here and the now fully awake fully refreshed in every way and feeling better than you have in a long long time starting now at one emerging from relaxation two three coming up now four five six emerging from relaxation seven eight nine and ten is wide open back in the room back in the here and the now fully awake fully refreshed in every way and feeling better than you have in a long time. Welcome back practice using these often to communication skills on a daily basis. And notice the changes that happen within your relationships. I hope that you enjoyed today's episode that you found it inspiring and informative and that these skills help you to improve your relationships if you'd like more information about hypnosis, visit my personal website at WWW dot Donald Currie dot com. And if you would like to learn the hypnosis skills to help yourself or if you'd like to become a hypnotherapist so that you can help other people. Visit the mind institute at WWW dot mind institute dot CA, take care and be well until next time.
"donald " Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Perhaps even noticing specific times and places where you want this inner balance, this quality incapacitate of inner balanced to be fully Atra disposal in the future. This really making that as clear as you can in your mind. Take a deep breath in. Bringing your wariness back to the present moment. Thinking all of these parts of you. For this important work that you did here today. In a moment. I'm going to count from one to ten and as I do. Return to full waking consciousness and awareness. Starting now at one emerging from relaxation to coming up three four five six coming up now seven eight nine and ten is wide open back in the room back in the here and the now fully awake fully refreshed in every way and feeling better than you have in a long long time. Welcome back. Let's take a moment to predate the communication, but it's just taken place with these two parts as well as with your subconscious mind. Thinking all parts of you for cooperating with you. And allowing these beneficial changes to take place today over the course of the next week practice using the new alternative patterns of behavior that your creative mind generative for you here today. I hope that you enjoyed today's session. And that you found it inspiring and informative if you'd like to learn more about hypnosis, visit my personal website at WWW dot Donald Currie dot com. And if you'd like to learn hypnosis, so that you can help others. Visit the mind institute at WWW dot mind institute dot online, take care and be well until next time.
"donald " Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Full waking consciousness in a moment. I'm going to count from one to ten and as I to bring yourself back. Starting now at one getting to emerge from relaxation. Two. Three ticket breath for coming up. Now five. Six merging from relaxation safm. Eight nine and ten opening your eyes back in the room back in the here and the now fully awake. Police fresh feeling very good in every way feeling enthusiastic and motivated. Welcome back. Recommend that for maximum results. You'll listen to this program every day for twenty one days. I hope that you. Enjoy today's episode and that you found it inspiring and informative if you would like to learn more about hypnosis. Visit my personal website at WWW dot Donald Currie dot com. If you'd like to learn hypnosis, so that you can help others. Visit the mind institute at WWW dot mind institute dot CA, take care and be well until next time..
"donald " Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
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