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"dopp" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
"The freeze is another one and fawn so firefly. Were pretty much aware of what those are. Freeze is the response of just dopp. Being able to do anything and this is a lot of times we see this with people who are able to make decisions or they might be stuck in these repetitive patterns of just trying to always do it right before they can step out onto the next thing. The fon one is Appeasing other people to people pleasing to the extreme is really a great way to describe it. So you're doing things always just to keep the peace just to make everybody happy. Just keep making sure that your liked by them dot com that kind of feeling and these are all responses again to trauma in us that are real to the amid lab but are they instead of us dealing with it head on and really understanding why it's their re beginning to rewire it. With the truth. We have these coping mechanisms The for me a big one was perfectionism. Which is a flight response to trauma. So you don't think of that as that but really it is overworking and Being a worker hollick that's running and protecting and keeping ourselves safe from those painful things that were feeling that we don't want to deal with. That's what that is. And wow when i started learning about that kind of stuff. It was like okay. It's really it's a part of my of our anatomy to keep ourselves safe like that but we have been given the gift as humans to have not just a brain that works like that but a mind. We have a mind that monitors our brain. We have a mind that says i can choose what to think about. I can choose to focus on certain things and so it's learning how to cultivate a mind that notices what's going on and to be able to let that mind to be influenced by god's word and the holy spirit to cultivate a holy spirit centered mindset to remove those. Thanks not of god and to stay in that poll that positive kind of world so anyway lots of things we could talk about. But i think the biggest responses to trauma which we all have whether it's a true capital t. trauma or a little t traumas. They call it in counseling. We all have them..
What We Know About How I Met Your Father
"Seven years after the story of how i met your mother wrapped on cbs. A new tail. Coming to hulu how i met your father. According to deadline streaming giant has announced a straight to series order of a new spin off based on the hit sitcom that will start. Hillary dopp. This has to be one of the longest development times. Ever for a sitcom with how i met your mother creators. Pitching the idea to cbs. Back in two thousand fourteen even shoot pilot starring greta gerwig but the network passed on the idea that they were working on a new version but the producers got pulled away to do. This is us as for hillary. She says she's equal parts excited and nervous big shoes to fill how i met your father. Hulu twenty twenty two
"dopp" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals
"What i'll actually happen. That's boring though. And i wanted to try to make this giant waterdrop thing work. I wanted to correct. I want didn't necessarily want to correct my fact. I wanted to force my facts to be correct. I found the fun thing. I got to change the question until it suits me. Yeah so what. Can i do to achieve this. I i looked into What actually causes the trump to flatten out. So it is gravity and there's a property of a waterdrop that's called capillary length which is basically the relationship between surface tension and gravity so a drop with a radius smaller than the capillary length is considered a micro drop which means that surface tension the shape of the drop his governed by surface tension and it becomes like a dome shape if the radius of the drop is larger than the capillary length thence considered a macro drop and that means that the gravity will dominate the surface tension l. flattening out and won't be a dome shape matter dopp is a really good. Dj name true so the capillary length of water is two point seven millimeters. That's the biggest sized dome drop you can have two point seven millimeters. You're not going to get a giant drop. Sound like okay i need to increase the capillary length of water in order to get my giant trump. What are the factors that affect kepler length there too. I mean obviously there's there's gravity and surface tension so obviously one way i can increase. The catholic length is to reduce the gravity. So i mean we've done that on the show before reduce gravity if we have reduced gravity can average i drop or if we like put on a different planet or something if we put on the moon We can have a bigger drop. But that's not really what this question. This question is. What if the earth was smooth which means our giant drop has to be on earth with earth's gravity so we can't change gravity which means so we have to change surface tension so what exactly is surface tension so causes surface. Tension is. it's basically depends on two things cohesion and adhesion. So if you're looking at water real like inside drop. Each water molecule is surrounded by a bunch of other water molecules. And they're all attracted to each other and that's cohesion because it's like the same material molecule is attracted to another of the same material as cohesion. God my brain is like really really waiting for like the high school teacher. In the mock device to tell the dish we'd adhesion and cohesion. Will the difference is basically just adhesion is between two dissimilar materials whereas cohesion is too similar materials so cohesion is happening inside. The waterdrop pins all equal in all directions so it nets zero but at the surface of the drop..
Cyber Safety, How to keep your identity protected using mindfulness and practical tactics
"How you doing Sandra? Hi. How are you doing? Thank you for having been your show. So, matty here. Right absolutely. So we're talking today about identity and cyber. Theft here. So give us a little bit idea on what that's about what does identity theft what is cyber theft? What does all that stuff? Of course? Let me start why I started. Niger, any may be. Definitely will get into into whether they cybersecurity are cybercrime or identity out. That okay with you. Sure. So I was returning a many many years ago I was returning from these things. Colombian. So I mean, the plane were landing in Miami and the pound announces that Homeland Security. Were boarding the plane. I course to ask for a handed to the to the agent and at the time I, head out these. It was relocated recently to the US. Ns I had my passport to the agents. then. He's next thing I know I'm the only one that being score of the plane by the two officers. And enthroning to the room you the. Famous rooms. that. Are In airports in I, don't know what's happening. Out. I'm about to connecting fighting my husband's waiting for Chico. So ten hours later and handed back my passport and is revoked. Few weeks later I mean Venezuela my native country and I'm trying to process my. Mom to processing again, you sign I had a lot of support from Maya Turks from my former employer journey. So we are in to again and. It was interesting officials. They kept asking me about China. Why we're doing China. China who is your contact? Like I never been in China. beating know what they were talking about. Some how when? S Model China go to hold of my information and was smuggling women into the US using my identity. Yes. So humid slate, you know everything I convinced, of course, a smuggler I gave my new visa and a back home two weeks later and returning from Euro my job requirement to travel a lot. And as we are going to. Control. I. Give My passport booth. I'm right back into that room. Because I have to. The, real me over and over that for six years. Yeah. So when I going everything was Chinese I. Mean it was really crazy at nobody wanted to travel with me a united in my almost wanted to travel with me. and. Finally. made the citizenship, my aspirin I changed my. Everything Courses Okay and at the time I was working tonight not. Having in the industry for over Twenty Years Community? It non no it was identity. It was not in the news. He was not like every day right now at breach or cyber drive or this or that. Back back in that day in that time, it wasn't so I couldn't make the connection. So few years later, I changed my career and I join cybersecurity cybersecurity? Area. Industry. And I realized what happened to me, and what happened you know when someone takes your identity with Tony, personage you for their gate. and. You know eat my corporate career I did that I? was very passionate about. Training and education awareness and Allison Park job that I enjoy the most. So I wanted to Redo it at a bigger scale as I left my corporate all by did your original question about what is at Know when stolen takes something from you. And wince when they break into your life, and that can be very dramatic experience and it can be for many reasons financial reasons it could be for. Someone inside your company that has. Either made a mistake or by attention. Jober that is you and ninety. Attack you could be for like in my case, there was a vying for for that criminal to have my identity so he can use it for him. So there are many life happens. It's It goes on all the time. We don't always hear about identity theft on the news I might do commercials about it. You know when the advertising different products, but it's something that a lot of us don't even really hear about. So how does that happen? How does someone? Get your information. So you can happen. Through many different things that can happen through your social media, it can happen through your email can happen through when you give out your credit card in a restaurant. It could happen when when when you ride formation with with a doctor. Often, office I mean, there are so many ways. Jury information can be obtained. We share a lot in social media share. Many different things. That are personal and that that is one thing that can use. Of you do that. You know sometimes we don't hear the news a lot about identity issue i. think we should do a because there's a new victim, every two seconds. A new victim I mean someone right now? has just being victim of identity DOPP and there's different decrease appointed. You know sometimes we someone let's say takes your credit car. And data charges in your credit card and probably most have had situation and the bank context you. Just have to get a new credit car. Scare of it. So it's a degree of identity theft is in the financial. Hesitation of identity theft, but it is. Your credit car on and bought things on your behalf. But it wasn't as faithful as many other situations are obviously. More were personnel or or moines more invasive.
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Abducted toddler reunited with parents 32 years later.
"A CHINESE MAN. Who was stolen from his family as a toddler has been reunited with his parents after thirty two years. Mao. Yan was snatched in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when he was walking home from nursery with his father aged. Just two and a half. He's parents finally embraced him again on Monday afternoon. In the western city of Chia where he was born after vanished. He's mother Li Jing Z. Quit her job and launched a decades long search for her son that included sending out more than one hundred thousand flies and appearing on numerous television shows after more than three decades tip off in late April finally led to that long awaited reunion. Police received information about a boy from Sheehan who had been sold to a family. Just over three hundred and seventy miles away for six thousand yen. State media reported authorities utilized facial recognition technology to help with the search using toddler photos to create a possible photofit of the adult now and comparing the image to ones in a national database. Dna tests confirmed Malian's identity and on the tenth of May Mother's Day in China. Police told Li that her son had been found. This is the best gift I have ever got. On Mother's Day. She was quoted as saying officials arranged the reunion for just a week later in front of a sizeable crowd and ranks of television cameras. Mao who've been waiting in a side room ran towards his mother when the door was opened. The family embraced all weeping and mouse father. Maoz djing gently kissed his sons forehead. He had lost seen his son when the toddler asked for water and they stopped at the entrance of a hotel to get some renamed. Goon Ning Mao had been brought up in the city of Mianyang in neighbouring Sichuan Province. Without any idea he was the target of a decades long high-profile surge. Child kidnapping has been a problem in China for decades. Some of the miners snatched from their parents have been directly exploited by adult criminals and coerced into begging pickpocketing forced labour all the sex trade others have fed a market for DOPP. Dis both among Chinese couples. Who want to son and from ages seeking the lodge donations that foreign adoptive parents are obliged to make abductors have included family. Planning authorities who under China's one child policy had powers to seize children from parents who exceeded their quotas.
Author Seth Berkman on 'A Team of Their Own: How an International Sisterhood Made Olympic History'
"We have another amazing righteous yet. His name is Seth Berkman. He is journalist by second journalists. We've had on the show but I'm a little bit of a twist. He has been the contributor at the New York Times nine since plenty of twelve he's also been published Yorker. ESPN other national outlets and this focus is actually on sports with an emphasis in perception the Asian athletes and we are catching him at this next exciting phase of his career. He is an author now. He published a book called a team of their own. How in the International Sisterhood Olympic history about the Korean women's hockey team in the two thousand Eighteen Olympics? That sounds like yes. Yes yes so. Thank you again for coming through. I guess we'll just go right into both. I mean so for for those the for those of YOU OUGHTA be watching. I don't know when and how this is how to book. Looks like a desk. The author right there on you know what I mean. Eight represent and Korea Korea. You know saying team of own available in all major bookstores available. Now so let's talk about this go. Who on the surface kind of book about sports and like players and identity? But you also talk about how this book really explores gender under an immigration in communication and that how do basically three identities of South Koreans like North Americans who you have a Korean heritage DOPP DIS as you call them imports and also towards a few weeks. Before the Olympic stars they find out they have to play with North Korean Ain't players so basically pulled from the diaspora and just kind of the hockey team. Right is that what happened. Essentially it's like a peeping pop pop of hockey players. They just kind of Joe hit. Go ahead you thank God. Damn tell us about your book in the very concise Nice way just for our listeners who are encountering it for the first time short and so it makes me think I once heard a long time ago. When you're writing a book someone told me that you should be able to explain it? One sentence I haven't been able to do that only because there's so many layers but to give you kind of just a simple breakdown to me. What the essence of this book is eventually? It's a search for identity a search for belonging that I think anybody can really relate to and what really sticks out to me. Is this give and take take that developed over time. So you had like you mentioned players from Korean-americans Korean-canadians North Koreans and South Koreans all forced on this one one team together over time though you saw this give and take develop between the sides for example. The Korean American Crean Canadian players like you said that imports they they never attached much their identity. They never felt Korean growing up. It was just language. Some of them grew up in rural North Carolina. So there were yeah no real strong connections or cultural aspects. They're going to Korea. Living in South Korea among young women obviously obviously changed that started develops stronger feelings towards Korea than on the other hand when you have the South Korean nationals. These half the team were teenagers. Fourteen fifteen eighteen sixteen year old girls on their growing up in Korea. And they're at that age where they're questioning everything they're having these thoughts emotions for example. Some players battled all depression but they never spoke about that openly just because in Korea it so taboo. Depression is still very new. Run around and there were even some players who had questions about sexuality their owns actuality. They just couldn't talk to their friends at school. Their people they knew increase about this but when the imports it's came over it became like an open book. You know they basically had these. QNA sessions where anything they wanted to ask about emotions or sexuality the imports. I would tell them. Oh it's okay that you can have these feelings. And so like I said you had this give and take between the exchange and I think that's what the book starts to really bring out is just how the sense of belonging grew from these two from opposite ends of the world basically coming together and forming this team. This little family that they did and going back to what Jackie said about. This is like a situation. You had a really crazy breakdown of how this team got recruited rooted because you know career finds out. Yeah we got the bid for the Winter Olympics. Oh we don't have a hockey program. So can you tell us then. Refresh the people who haven't read the book of how they went about recruiting in how unconventional it was so two thousand eleven. South Korea gets the bid to host the Winter Olympics in two thousand eighteen. So they celebrate immediately but then it dawns on them. Oh Shit we have to create a hockey team. Olympics hockey is a centerpiece sport of the Winter Games. No one in South Korea. They'll really plays hockey at all. So what they did. Was Korea Ice Hockey Association of a man who works in the public relations relations department. Basically he went on Google and googled women's Hockey College Women's hockey teams in the. US and Canada pulled up the rosters and looked at but names that sounded Korean or if they had pictures took note of players. Look Korean when I interview early on even said the first few players he found. Were actually Chinese. These there was like a Yang and a Wu and he never heard back from them but he is a cree. How can anyone who looked? Possibly Korean sounded like later Korean rename reasons. How like an excel sheet of a name? Exactly eventually he stumbled on a few that responded to them but at first when they were contacted they thought they were being spammed. Damned pranked emails. Broken English Green Symbols Ronan was like something at dot com got even like an official government in my email account and so the first person that kind of bit you know took the bait was She actually had an uncle lived in South Korea and so he when in an e content to Kia loughry ice hockey association. Verify you for sure Kia C.. Kriss oil great pat branding confine your and they reach out to him and he was like. Yeah we're interested in bringing your daughter over here to represent South Korean the Olympics and that's how these korean-canadian free in America players kind of latched onto the team. Yeah well it's interesting that they think bank just like you looking Korean is what makes you Korean route. You know if they're looking at Asian faces. I'm sure some of them were adopted so they don't have green last name name so they were making like these assumptions. That's like really interesting of how that was something that was important to them that they were just Korean. But even if on the inside they may have never encountered the right and then but I think maybe for this government official who had to put this together his or her door process was probably early like you know as an easier way for me to possibly convince them yeah to kind of like take citizenship or you know like maybe they are or dual citizens so it was kind of an easier
"dopp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Author of numerous bestselling books nineteen Eighty-eight Pulitzer prize winner for commentary, and syndicated columnist work. Great humorous tongue in cheek and all that good stuff. And days go talk to us today, about his latest book, Dave, welcome to the show. Thank you for having me on appreciate it. Yeah. It's pleasure. Sir pleasure. Now, I have to ask you, so the books called lessons from Lucy. The simple joys of an old happy dog total about Lucy that the star of the show, you know, this is life radius. When we talk about the, the animals, but also about Lucienne and really how this book came about okay? The he's a rescue dog. She was picked out of the newspaper by the internet by my daughter. Sophie back ten years ago soapy and Ivan Lee. Inning on my wife, Michelle for years to get a dog never had a dog and I grew up with dogs always had a dog and really wanted to dog Sophie just loves animals. She wanted a dog, but Michelle kept saying, well, they're like dirty, and they, you know, they stick their nose in your crotch. And you know, like yeah. But. Well, anyway, so. Just going to answer humor in here. But I'll leave it out. It this is a family show. So we'll just put it there. Anyway. I kept telling Michelle that dogs are really wonderful what you have one you, you appreciate why. But she didn't see soapy the war her down. And we, we decided to get a rescue dog, and we went on the internet, and they had all these pictures of cute little puppies. Labs and we kept toward these puppies, but she kept being drawn back to this one and it wasn't he could barely tell that it was a dog was pitch black dog, and they don't photograph. Well, which is one of the issues, I've learned getting Dopp did. And these glowing orbs her eyes devil dog. But it said her name the name the rescue folks group. Pause for you had given her was, Monaco, they just like to have a name for the dog. So they found her with another dog or sister. I guess, and they call them Paris, Monaco. But it's at Monaco, is a sweetest dog we've ever had. She just couldn't be sweeter. She never eats the other dog. She's just so. Nice. And so we'd say Sophie, don't look at this little puppy. Monaco is. So sweet assume anyway, we had to go see Monaco, we saw it was over. I mean, she just rolled on her back for so pita rubber belly. Just one of those puppies. Happy to see you so happy. She'd been at the shelter for several months at that point. Nobody had taken her so she was very excited so lucid became our dog. And of course, shell my wife immediately loved her, and the woman who claimed that dogs were dirty, and everything would bend over, and let Lucy kisser all over face. Anyway, Lucy is I did it twenty three and me thing or whatever they call with dogs. Genetic analysis. We thought she was a lab, everybody looks at her thinks he's a lap because everybody thinks any big black dog the lab, but she's actually half boxer quarter down nation quarter Chow Chow when a quarter retriever. So I call box mation, Chowk river. Mainly really nice nice dog. And so that's how we got Lucy, which was a little over ten years ago. And what led to this book is I turned seventy last year and Lucy turned ten last year. And so, basically we're both. If you go by dog years, right, Lucy seventy seventy. My editor against that. I write them about dogs and I thought about it. And the main thing I think everybody's Lucy despite the fact that she and I are both old is much happier than. Better at it at Betty. You know she just there a lot of things. She does that make her happy that I used to do more when I was younger but I don't do much anymore. And so the premise of the book, is that why watching Lucy does that makes her happy and trying to do those things to the Finn. I can't as a person I could make myself happy to accept for drinking from the toilet. I'd rather line there. That's right. Yeah. So some these lessons, I think it's fantastic. And I think it's great happy birthday to you both turning seventy. So we're actually no year old seventy one now. Seventy seven but anyway, go ahead. She can jump ahead of you so some life lessons in, in what they done because I know they're saints. I one of the topics was when the chapters, you know, making new friends and I know. I don't know about you. But I find that the older, I get the less I kind of friendly, I am in the fence that tend to make friends, especially men do this. I think you tend to make your friends earlier in and then you stop making new one my wife is much better at that. She continues to. But I gotta stop, you know and what you. Sure they're all live, because I'm not. And, and it's a sad thing is I'm sort of happy with that. You don't need to be around anybody, I can just sit home and look and Lucius now like that at all Lucy loves everybody. She loves dogs, you have people when somebody comes to our house. This is our new best friend immediately. She'll follow that person around. I think he would cheerfully go off with anybody who wanted to take. But it makes her happy people make a really, really happy. And I thought, well, I could do better on that. I've started getting back in touch with old friends and trying to be more open to two new ones, because I think people are people can be a source of happiness, not all of them, but a lot of them idea of people can be happiness producing. Yeah. Absolutely. It's funny you say that because I think you're right. I mean, even in my world, add much prefer, being around a dog than, than most people hate to save. But it's very true. I hear you there. They're a lot easier. They don't say as many stupid things they don't care. People religion. And they, they don't argue stuff like that. They don't worry about stuff like that. That's right. That's right. But they do I think, as you get older, though, it is important, you start to reflect and reminisce a little bit. I think it is important for your mental stability to be socialized indulge for. She to do that. I mean, they, they will one way or another, whether the most friendly dog in world grand drag you to the next person that you're going to have to be friend, or a dog that doesn't really care about people, and they're gonna be barking animal the time. So one way or another facelift. He's the former, but the NFL thing, and I think this is well documented that, if you have a dog and you, you know, you, you have to walk your dog, and I live in a neighborhood with a lot of a lot of people have dogs and over the years, I've got to know everybody who has a dog in this neighborhood and people, I don't think I would know any of them if it weren't for our dogs, and sometimes the dogs, don't, you know, sometimes the dogs barking Lucy, and sometimes they don't, but I still know they are. And when their dogs like Lucy, you know, naturally when we see them walking, we always have to come and say, Hello. And I've gotten to know these people that I wouldn't have otherwise doesn't just make friends for herself. She makes friends for me. Absolutely. You know, it's dogs are the great stabiliser, you know, when you have children, you're sort of forced into all the children activities in the school activities, and soccer and all that other stuff going on dogs are same way, you know, you could be if you delve into your neighbor, you may not have anything common. But if he got a dog, and they've got a dog, hey, you're golden. Yup. What about the fun? Factor. I can imagine it being in this is just me you in my mind thinking about this being an author or writer. You know, you spend lots of the computer you're writing you'll you're in your little office in your own little world. How is it about having fun? You know, teaching funding dogs a really at least Lucie is really good about the same things that you love to do when she was a puppy. She loves to do now she loves to go out, you know, she loves when you throw the ball, she gets you won't give it back. Not that kind of dog, like if you want the ball, you have to get it, but she loves to play and she still loves to play. And when I look at my own life, I thought I'm much more likely to spin around than it used to be. And so I started looking at things in my life that were really, you know, not just like easy fun, like taking a walk, but really, really fun like exciting fun. And I think when you get older again, this is something you don't do as much and I started thirty picking stock of what I've done in my life. Especially as an adult that really one for me. And why haven't continued doing those things, and there were two main ones the big win for me was I'm in a rock band of authors called the rock bottom remainders with actually pretty well known author, Stephen King. Amy tan Mitch Albom, Scott to rope and we're terrible. We're not. But we're fine. I mean, we have a lot of fun audience kind of has usually, especially if it's been drinking. And I, I need to do that more, I need to get back and do that. Get my guitar, even though we stink and get there on the stage play 'cause I really, really enjoyed that traveling like I think people tend to tend to kind of slow down and do kind of the same old thing, more and more. But try trying to force myself to just get out and do more things that are just plain fun, that don't have any explanation for them except they're fun. It's fun to do. I'm enjoying it. And that's interesting. What you say about travelling because I can imagine, you know, when you first started this, you know, and start writing against some notoriety. I mentioned there were a lot more business travel things that you had to do book, signings, events and festivals in things. Best. Would that be correct? Yep. That's not really fun travel. I'm back. I'm about the lunch myself around the country, talking about lessons from Lucy. I'll be on a book tour, but that's more like you go to a city you do some interviews like this one, then you go you go to a bookstore in signed book, and I kind of enjoy meeting, the people and everything. But the travel part of that, I could I could live without, I think travel for fun is different for me, not having any obligation just going somewhere and just seeing what, what's cool to do. They're much different light. I always tell the story I used to work in corporate America for about twenty years and traveled all over the world, and I still remember, the first time I saw Paris, and it was a redeye flight from Atlanta to Paris, and then swine on down to niece for conference in business event. And it was pretty good for business. Good. Yeah. And so, so early on in the career of flying I get into pairs Charleston Gaulle airport. We won't go any further than that. But we small jet and, you know, I'm dead tired, but it's won't saints where you just can't sleep. You know. Oh, you should you just can't do it. So put up the window a little bit in looked down and took a double double glance. There was the Eiffel tower and that was the first time I'd seen the Eiffel tower and I'm over it now lying over flying into it. Why November it you know? And it's like so the glamour of it all, like you said, when you're doing it for business, or for worker because you, you don't freak it. But when you get the chance of which I did later on obviously to go to Paris, and it's lovely was fantastic, but much different when he had to do it for work. Dogs don't really, they don't work. I mean they do work in their own way, and people do use them for working. But you know what I mean dogs just kind of enjoy what is happening for itself? No matter what it is. They're really good at, at just like the dog would never not notice the Eiffel tower, you might have something else on your mind. But dogs are so into the moment there, so present that they never miss anything. They just enjoy so much what's happening. I mean, they don't think about the future, they'll pick about the past which, I guess, we cannot do, but we can learn from them to pay less attention to the future and past. Sometimes when we're in a moment that, that could we could really savor and enjoy, and dogs are fantastic. At that. Exactly. That's exactly right living in that present moment, is one their greatest gifts. They give and I, I was just laughing today, actually was talking to someone and we built a new new home up in the north Georgia mountains and the terrain is very different than our residents. That's more in the city. So we have..
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"Dopp philosophy that we later believed to be untrue, or ineffective. Mr. x, I'm wondering if you still believe in a segregated black nation. No america. I don't believe in any form of segregation or any form of racism. Is it my right of saying that the black Muslim movement, which you have left deadly allies? Muhammad taught his followers that the only solution was a separate state. Yeah, black people. But when I begin to doubt that he himself believed that it was these -able, then I turned into different direction. Perfect person is a non existent person, a person who has all the correct answers to the world's problems from the beginning is not human. There are plenty of people who thought they were making the best choices for their communities, but ended up doing harm to the very people. They were trying to protect their also have been plenty of people who incite it changes that seem to be for the greater good. But later, those changes were reversed or overridden, progress is not a straight line. There will be bumps along the way some anthill hill some mountains. Sometimes we forget that we can only do the best. We can do with our best intentions, turning to factual knowledge in the legacies of our forebears as guides. Yes. Sometimes we get things wrong. But we can't see into the future science in Burley knowledge are faithful allies, but a degree of faith is required to believe our actions aren't for not and will be fruitful to believe. That what we're fighting for will pay off, and we have to have that kind of conviction if we're going to face the risk of persecution for the sake of progress. Every week. We'll penetrate the consciousness of someone in history, with out on a limb to change the things they thought needed changing, these are people who envisioned better futures that they believe. They help create in the present. They were dead set on unsticking people who were stuck in their ways, and uprooting entrance systems. They weren't clear voyage, but they did have the foresight to realize the danger in harm certain structures cause they saw clearly the way.
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"The epic game store exclusively means money. A lot of people don't think about this. This is James bachelor over games industry. Dopp is he talking about snapshot snapshot games Phoenix point. I'll them explain. But this is our ongoing discussion of what's going on at epic in why snapshot games Phoenix point isn't due to be released until September. Yet. The game has nearly doubled development costs already. That's according to an Email sent a fig backers shared on reset era. The document tells holders of fig game shares that the strategy title has already accrued a one hundred ninety one percent
Retail sales beat expectations in February
"We begin today with a tribute to you the American consumer time. And again this economy has threatened to throw a Potanin say, that's it. I am just going to stop trying to be so good, and you. Yes, you you have simply refused to let it how do we know? We know because the government told us so retail sales numbers came out this morning, quite spiffing. Thank you very much up more than a percent and a half month to month up three and a half percent from a year ago on the other hand prior performance, as we know is no guarantee of future results because a separate survey on consumer confidence came out this week as well. And it showed that the percentage of Americans who think it's a good idea to buy stuff right now has actually fallen so marketplace's mariusa garra has this look at how. Reconcile this positive moment in retail with a more cautious outlook, the retail sales numbers out. This morning are good really good. Especially compared to the previous couple of months when they were kind of terrible. Joel Bines is a managing director at Alex partners with the government shutdown. We had bad weather. We had a lot of things conspire against us in December January and February that I think really tamped down the numbers. And clearly we've put that behind us the consumer is back spending and spending in a big way spending online and in person on things like cars, and beauty supplies and gardening equipment. So there's that there's also the new data from the Conference Board senior researcher Denise del Hof says Americans continue to feel optimistic about the economy at large and consumers feel very good about you know, Dopp prospects of their personal financial situation. But then there was a question about spending do. Do you think now is an excellent good? Not so good or bad time to buy goods and services from the end of last year to the first quarter of this year, the percentage of Americans who said excellent or good dropped from sixty to fifty eight percent which. Yeah, isn't so much. But it is noticeable Dollhouse says the reason could be uncertainty over things like trade negotiations. But what can we make the difference between the actual retail sales numbers and the Conference Board data doll says the Conference Board's question was an indication of consumers intentions, and between your intentions, and what you actually do a lot can happen. Maybe you're planning to cut back on eating out to save money. But then one night, you get home late from work, and you just don't feel like cooking. You know, I've been following retail for twenty five years. I will always put my faith in the hard numbers versus what consumers tell us. They might do in the future. Joel Bines Alex partner's says the hard numbers like low unemployment and rising wages tell him that people are going to keep spending money whether they think so or not
"dopp" Discussed on KTRH
"Glad you waited, sir. You're up. Hello. Yes, sir. How are you? Quick observation before my question. Driving down the street in California and every hundred feet. I assign atop the beach stop the bridge the park. Why don't we have adopted illegal immigrants? Exactly, right. Exactly. Right. And that's what you can donate. Have have you ever adopted a highway, by the way? Beach. What what you get? When you adopted the beach wanted me paid money and use that to help clean it. Yeah. But you feel responsible as what a person adopted illegal. So you know, pension onto the president. That's a great idea. I was first time I ever saw Dr highway thing, I'm not kidding. I was driving in Connecticut. I wasn't driving. I was writing. I saw Dopp the highway. I asked the person what the hell is this person lived in Connecticut? What you? Adopt a highway. What what do you do while you're paying for cleanups? They already tax us for this. Tax. The was particularly in Connecticut for what Dopp the highway. Does it come home with me when I'm not using it? No. Of course, not. Anyway, it's just another government scam to get even more out of you. But I the thinking Dopp the illegal that'd be great appeal right to the heart of leftists who supposedly support them. They put your name on a sign my question. So and address your name and address. And and and and Rifi so Muller's investigation is proven to be based on a complete falsehood. Lie fabricated stories fake news. If that's the case can then then be used in the gate, all of criminal filings, all the people that were prosecuted because based on that ten I probably could. But that's I I don't I don't know. For example, there is again, my friend Andy McCarthy had a piece over the weekend about they remembered when when Muller indicted, these Russian troll farms in Saint Petersburg. And they were never going to stand trial because they were never going to come to Washington to face charges. Well, one of them one of them did. But his point is that. Assange will probably not be indicted on things to protect the idea that the Russians did you protect Muller. It's a long convoluted explanation on time to get into it here. But the theory is that Assange will not they all think asandra is working with Russia to elect dirt on Hillary and Panetta out there, but they don't and he doesn't think that they're ever going to charge or indict Assange for that. Because that would somehow, and I know it would it would challenge Muller's indictments on the Russians. You can't they both don't go together. The reason I say this is an answer to your question if bar investigates here, and they find out that there was nothing that there was never any evidence. Nothing and I think bars going to do this. I folks it's just. Instinct are feeling, but I think he's serious about it. Yeah. I don't think had mentioned it. Otherwise, I think it's going to happen soon. I think he's going to get started on it soon. Because I I think I think bar really does believe. That it's important to protect the intelligence apparatus this country. And if it was turned inward, if the intelligence apparatus this country was used under the auspices of Obama people the FBI like Komi and Clapper and Brennan and all of that on an American citizen and his business that that will discredit the entire operating and the industry. So I think bar really believes that it is crucial that we have a respected intelligence gathering apparatus like CIA NSA. And I think he's going to get to the bottom of this and just to take your hypothetical. If he finds that this thing never had a single evidence to propel it. Well, didn't that's why it was a counter intelligence investigation and never criminal. Your question. Could Flynn argue. Well, my my conviction. My please thrown out because I I'm not processed crime victim. I lied. I I don't think that whatever adjudication there might be on an investigation. The investigation would like let Manafort out of jail. You're maybe. Well, should the whole thing was fraudulent. I understand that. And maybe it will. Maybe maybe I don't know how far. Bar wants to take it. I think he wants this is my feeling I think he wants to get to the bottom of what happened here. To make sure that doesn't happen again. But also when it's over to make sure that the intelligence apparatus is not denuded. Because it really has it has been corrupted here, this is in escape -able, the intelligence apparatus, the FBI leadership, the people that were involved here have really corrupted the purpose and the objectives and the techniques, and I think that's what they wanna get a lot of find out an expose it. So that it doesn't happen again, and expose it in a way that protects the ongoing ability of this intelligence apparatus to actually look at real enemies, credibly. And do what they do to keep the country safe. I don't think bar wants to tear apart. He wants to build that back up. But that's just my guess. So take that for what it's worth with back. Rush Limbaugh, but gift that keeps on giving and giving on the network Houston's official severe weather. Radio seven forty. Say.
"dopp" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Percent of your first year, whatever else, you're doing backup. Why you can't afford not to do this. Plus, they're great people. I drive dot com. Here's Dave in Huntington Beach, California. Glad you waited, sir. You're up. Hello. Yes, sir. How are you? Quick observation before my question. I'm driving down the street in California and every hundred feet. I see sign atop the beach. Stop the bridges out the park. Why don't we have adopted illegal immigrants? Exactly, right. Exactly. Right. And that's what you can donate. Have you ever adopted a highway, by the way? Well, what what you get when you adopted the beach. What did it mean? You paid money and they use that to help clean. Yeah. But you feel responsible as what a person adopted illegal. So you know, pension onto the president. That's a great idea. I was first time I ever saw Dopp highway thing. I'm not kidding. I was driving in Connecticut. I wasn't driving. I was writing. I saw Dopp the highway. I asked the person what the hell is this person lived in Connecticut? So what you adopt a highway one. What do you do it while you're paying for cleanups? They already tax us for this. Tax the ones particularly in Connecticut for what have you Dopp? The highway doesn't come home with me when I'm not using it. No. Of course, not. Way it system. Another government scam to get even more out of you. But I think Dopp the illegal that'd be a great appeal right to the heart of leftists to supposedly support them. They do put your name on a sign my question. So and address your name and address. And and and and wifi. So Muller's investigation is proven to be based on a complete falsehood. Lie fabricated stories fake news. If that's the case can then then be used in the gate, all of his criminal filings, all the people that will.
"dopp" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The Democrats do it again? That's the question is since the Democrats did it this time. And make no mistake. Hillary Clinton did this with the aid improbably initiative of Barack Obama believe me. None of this could have happened that Obama at least knowing about it this stuff started in two thousand fifty misstep started the moment. Trump got in the race and started talking about shutting the border started talking about building a wall started talking about getting out of NATO started talking about ridding a NAFTA. Trump's campaign was heard by these people as a great unraveling of the world order that they ran. They weren't going to take any chance this guy. One spouse to get the first base, they were gonna make sure Trump never got the first base, much less. Second base. Third place a home run. This stuff started the minute Trump's rants on what he thinks wrong with America. And and and Con-constantly putting America back together again making America, great again men re asserting America in this global arrangement rather than having us be subordinate in the global arrangement. These people started having a cow, and they weren't gonna leave anything to chance they've devoted their lives their educations their careers their forebears. I mean, many of these people are legacy in their parents, fathers, whatever were involved in all of this. They weren't gonna let some ogre come along. And even if he didn't win the public was reacting really favorably to what Trump was saying. And they couldn't take the chance that the Republican nominee. If it wasn't Trump wouldn't pick up on some of this stuff because it might be seen. That's what it would take to win the election. And that's a real real far out possibility than any of these other Republican candidates what Dopp policies like Trump's. But they couldn't leave that to chance. Trump had to be taken out. And I'm telling you this had coordinated involvement from the UK, and maybe Australia. There's a if you heard of the five is intelligence arrangement. The five is our Australian new-zealand United States UK and Canada. Five countries, and they have a tacit agreement not to spy on each other and to share intelligence as what are you laughing at? That's actually what it's called. It's called five is I y e y e s not five is it bombers and Bala B five pronoun is is no five five five nations not spying on each other and sharing Intel because of the coordinated unified aspect of western civilization, UK, Canada, United States, Australia. New zealand. English speaking for the most part countries and the five is work together to shield each other not spy on each other extensively. But here the Brits were spying on American. This trump. And the point is that this this was a coordinated and focused concerted effort that could not have happened without the bare minimum knowledge of the sitting president at the time which was over. And. So Mr. Hanson's piece here in detailing the when that failed the net didn't work they tried this credit. Okay. After all of this has it become into institutionalized. Could it happen again? Well, no because there's no. If a Republicans pants on fire. I don't think Republican would engage in this kind of stuff. Putting spies coordinating with the DOJ and the FBI and the Brits getting the CIA to plant spies on a democrat presidential campaign media found out about that, can you imagine reverse all of this reverse the parties, and then take the media out of it. And put the media in it as a democrat spy organization on its oaken. You magin media found out exactly. If Republicans had done, what Democrats did the the media would be devoted to exposing. And destroying everybody involved. The question is now that it has been done. And now that they have seen that they can do it even though some of them got fired. And even though today it hasn't worked, but has it really not worked for two years. This administration has been in a straitjacket for two years. This administration's been sitting there at forty five percent approval. Instead of fifty five percent for two years this administration and operating under a cloud of suspicion. That's only gotten deeper and thicker. So to say that it didn't work is not true. It did work. It the ultimate objective getting rid of Trump and overturning the election results didn't work, but the next best thing did. Near paralysis of the Trump administration. They've got people inside the Trump administration in the west wing her still trying to sabotage it. They've got the administrative state, which is now called the deep state. The administrative state of all these unelected bureaucrats populated by leftists for decades now working to undermine Trump on every serious policy initiative. So the question is not would the Republicans do this. But now that this has become institutionalized. As part of the weaponry of political opposition to elected, president will the Democrats do it again, while I'm gonna tell you something folks. It's much easier to think that something has happened can happen again. Then to believe something has never happened will happen. And so since it has happened. And since today everybody involved has gotten away with it. In terms of not being charged not having gone to jail at worst. Some of them have lost their jobs, but they are still writing books and they're getting pensions, and they're considered heroes by people on their team for the valiant effort in which they engaged. So I- damn straight. It's going to happen. Again, you go look at two thousand George Bush was was treated as illegitimate because of the Florida recount, the Democrats never accepted his legitimacy, and it it it it covered it flavored affected the coverage of the Bush administration everyday by the media, they attempted to sabotage the war on terror and the war in Iraq. And I have to whisper this consignment. You know, don't tell me this. But I'm not even sure that weapons of mass destruction that whole thing was not a contrived ever to embarrass Bush look at the Intel people involved UK five is everybody said Saddam's got weapons of mass lamb dunk here. The photos, here's Colin Powell the UN, presenting the evidence. To this day, people think Saddam had them and somehow moved them out to Syria before we got there. That sounds viable other people think Saddam never had him. He was bragging about it. Love being a big guy in the region, bringing the US to its knees. Love Joe Iranians that the Iraqis were much more powerful against the US than the Iranians were. But. That was very embarrassing for the Bush administration. No weapons of mass destruction after eight two year national tour by President Bush speech after speech in city after city laying out the case. And giving all the credit in the world to the intelligence agencies of the United States and the United Kingdom worldwide. And there are no WMD's. Bush's. Second term was just as bad. George Bush forty one was treated much the same way not as illegitimate but still somebody that had to be gotten rid of. This is the group that barked Robert Bork attempted to Bork Clarence Thomas. So we get to years of Obama. They really thought John Kerry if he just one fifty five thousand votes in Ohio could've been president. He could his election stolen from him. They didn't think Bush is going to win reelection because they thought they had destroyed him. But Bush was even he was he was he was not a threat to their order. What are the Democrats? He was illegitimate into the media's illegitimate. He didn't really win. Well, Trump same thing. He didn't really win yards. College shows that we don't need it anymore. Why knowing the popular vote no way Trump should have one. Hillary Clinton was dude. So Trump's illegitimate in every way, his policies early his existences legitimate, not legitimate as a human being is an ogre. I guarantee you this Trump wins reelection twenty twenty this stuff isn't stopping. I mean, not be under special counsel. I mean, I go the same. Things but the overall effort to disqualify or de-legitimize Trump will never end and the next Republican president. If one's elected in twenty twenty four is going to get the same. Once this stuff happens. You run the risk that becomes institutionalized. And remember people read the New York Times, watch CNN MSNBC don't think anything about this was illegitimate. They just think. Wow, wasn't any collusion. I didn't find it. But they don't have any idea. What this really was. And so I'm sure that I don't know how many would a segment of the American population. It's perfectly fine there some guy. White Muller appointed to sit out there and make sure that Republican presidents. Don't try any fast ones. Virtually every deterioration and bit of corruption in our political system can be traced to left wing political operations, not saying Republicans are clean insurance, the wind driven snow, but this kind of stuff. Doesn't even occur to them. They're too worried about the media, thanks to ever ever. Even try this. The question VH was asking was was rhetorical in terms of Republicans. But the fact that it's happened here in almost. I don't think we know how close we came here. I want you to sit imagine if. Three weeks ago now is at four weeks when the mullahs report was issued at five pm on a Friday during March madness. Imagine that. The summary from the attorney general said that there was evidence that Trump had colluded with right? Can you imagine what this country would have been the fast four weeks? You only want to think about it. Would be over. And this is how close we came on something that has been completely illegitimate from the day. It began. There has never been and the. Shred of evidence suggesting that the original fear or claim I e a foreign power stole election. There was effort and the evidence that there was even any involvement the Trump campaign. That's how close we came. So it's a legitimate question. I think can't happen again. Well, since it's happened once and since everybody involved to date has gotten away with it. Why won't it happen.
"dopp" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Here's Michelle later Mun. Let's talk about the connectors advantage or just connectors in general has that. I'll follow your lead. That's that's worked. Well, the last few time so far so good. Yeah. What I liked about. What when we're doing the the prep and everything is you really have like outlined different mindsets of connector most people just go like put yourself out there network, and it's like and seen right? That's joe. But you've got different types of connectors in a spectrum of connectors, and we like spectrums now, I don't we? And also the mindsets of a connector, which I think are important because. A lot of people don't really think you need to do anything more than be friendly or follow up with an Email. You know? So let's go through these mindsets. Because I think these are important because you convince Dopp each one sort of as a piece instead of just being more social in air quotes, which people can't do then the one that is social and curious is not intended the way people generically think of it. Okay. Well, what do we mean? By that. What I say social, I don't mean social butterfly. I don't mean life for the party. I mean thinking about being curious. Okay. Right. That's why they go hand in hand. It's not being social it's nothing. It's being social end curious. So when I meet you to ask questions to learn about you to find where that common interests in that common value that common experience that common something, which is where connection forms. Okay. Curious. I like a lot of people think they're not curious or people will think they're social, but not curious or maybe they think they're they're both tends to be the people that aren't either. Well, sometimes people think that they're being nosy. And especially a see this a little bit more with introverts. They don't wanna ask questions because they think they're prying or being nosy or being too forward. I have slash had that and heavy get over that. It was very helpful. I used to be like, well, I don't want to ask some I'm bothering them. You know, someone go what are you doing this weekend? And I go nothing, and they and then I wouldn't say what about you. Because it's like, well, that's none of my business. But most people love to share course. And they love to talk about themselves. When you grow up shy..
"dopp" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"How you doing Daniel dot TV's, Daniel Dopp? Oh, please is now producing the podcasts co hosting it. Whatever you want to call it because he's a star. So I'm going to ride his cO tales. Obviously those who've listened to this podcast for quite some time know that he was a regular host podcast contributor, whatever you wanna call it producer of this podcast back in the Chad millman days, and then he went and became famous with Matthew berry in the fantasy world. And we're there we're lucky that they're sharing him with us. I'm lucky to be here. I'm actually excited to be able this gives me something fun to be able to do off-season. I can get some. Mart from you. You know what I'm saying? I heard I'm hearing things that you're pretty smart guy. Doug. So we've we've done pretty well. So the sounds like I am an aggregate of information. So we have good guests who provide a lot of insight into the bedding space and made some people some money last week. We had met unions on had too easy winners in college basketball on Saturday, Utah state and then Tennessee in the rematch with Kentucky, Mr. director John Murray who will become an later on the podcast was unavailable last week. But he did I was able to share his you have see pick from the west gate behind the counter who's mon- winner. So we've done pretty well with up. That's what I like to hear. It's all about making some money. Doug. It really is. And speaking of which like, I said, it's a new era Tius peon. I'm sure most of you if not all of you have seen the release in the news but starting next week on Monday, a new bedding show on the ESPN platform. Stop it who is going to be hosting. It showed kazillion I will. Be the lead host, and I was trying to downplay that so maybe that sounded more fish oil. So I'll be hosting. I will be driving the conversation but ton of people will be on the podcast, including the bear and Stanford Steve. And I said podcasts the show, and we have a lot of guys David Perdue. Does a fantastic job has been dot com. Covering the entire space just a worker bee. So he'll be contributing as well Nita marks. Andre smelling ings who you might know from ESPN dot com as well.
"dopp" Discussed on Techstination
"Can only go so far it's up to the device manufacturers to alternately embrace standards and in Dopp open local secure access. You know, unfortunately, it was a lot easier and in the early days of of IOT a lot faster to bring something to market just connected to one service out in the cloud. We're now starting to see the side effect of that is win revolve or or an iris or somebody like that goes away. We just saw Scott's, you know, discontinued their plant link because they had an outage and decided to no longer continue to support it. These are the things that are just a side effective industry that was moving very fast to create smart devices, and I use that term loosely that that connected. To a single point out on the cloud, but not able to control it simply on your local network. And it is a problem with consumer. So I don't I don't envy a consumer today. Trying to find what will work with what it's it's a confusing soup of of of of challenges there. But what I do in courage people to do is check out look for those Z wave labels. If it is years away to buy s-. It's very likely it will connect locally. And I think we will see. Yeah. Wifi bluetooth, improve over time to emerge standards, and you have invo on your website that people can look into before purchasing. We do we have. Yeah. We do have a full sport at device list that that list out all the devices, we know that work. Well, there are playing Moore's being Z wave devices that we haven't tested that that that our users are finding that that work, and then you know, when we do identify some devices that don't work with also quick to point those things out hubba, tat dot com. Our website, you can find out a lot of information our community, which is community dot com. A great.
"dopp" Discussed on WLAC
"Walk, Roger stone instantly. Boom, boom. That's incredible. So anyway, so anyway, so. Who is our head researcher head writer for the program. He went over the indictment that came up after we went on the air. So it was the guy reading the indictment. I know. No longer. It is you read. So I don't have to give the executive brief. Okay. So tell me what this thing said. All right. So if you've read this or seen this I'm gonna save you a whole lot of heartache right now. Because these things read like stereo instructions straight up stereo instructions, you know, person A the slot to nothing makes any sense, right? The biggest people that they're calling out here. They're they're saying organization one, which is pretty obvious. That's wikileaks. They're involved in two other people are involved with this register indictment what they're calling person one and person to now they have to say this because you can't name US individuals or entities or anything like that you have to use. These code words so person one is Jerome Corsi. How do you know that? So that that's already been verified and other reports before that this is the person that registers actually said look, this is my source. Okay. Official documents. And there have been like full quotes reported in previous news sources that are included in this indictment like the exact quotes. So in the original reporting, it has the names with it. And then the exact same quote with person one or two is a indictment. So it's really obvious. It's kind of unnecessary. But they have to legally person to is Randy credit co which also like what you just said is always already been verified. Other reporting rainy credit co is a he's a radio comedian host out of New York. His this. I had the same reaction because I was like how does this guy have access to Julian Assange bowl the way, they're kind of laying it all out is he knows the lawyer for Julian Assange, and he was the one that he wrote so credit goes actually, the main guy. So course, he is even though his personal one seems like kind of like back fiddle. Really, okay. So credit co is the main guy. So the actual indictment is for perjury for for lying to congress and for intimidating a witness, which is critical. So stop. So what tell me where I have this wrong. What what happened was Roger stone was using. Back channels to communicate with WikiLeaks, and and not necessarily coordinating with them. But they were saying, hey, we've got this on Hillary Clinton. We're going to dump this on the DNC. We have this. It's going to happen. And they would tell one of these guys and one of these guys would tell Roger stone. Now, we've Roger stone didn't know that that was a Russian group. It's just getting Intel on another candidate, correct right opposition research. So so it's there's nothing illegal about that. It is illegal. If they knew that it was a Russian source, but I think you could make the case bad case. But I think you could make the case. And win in a court of law that you didn't necessarily know that was Russian you didn't know that that was a foreign entity that was doing this. It's not to be against the law, though. It doesn't just have to be Russia has to be a foreign entity. Wikileaks is a foreign entity. It's hard to say that he didn't. I mean, look they wanted to do it. Again, we've seen several times in this in the story line where they wanted to do things that could have theoretically been illegal if they had accomplished them but didn't necessarily accomplish. So, but that even this is not why he's in trouble, my understanding, right? He's in trouble for is. He went to congress and testified under oath, and then lied to the FBI under under oath that. He had no contacts with these guys and he was not talking to WikiLeaks. He was not talking to Jerome Corsi, and he wasn't talking to this DJ. So he had no information on that. Well, they've turned Coursey. Right. Of course. He was I believe he did participate in the investigation in some way. Right. And so course, he said, yes, I had contact with WikiLeaks, and I had contact with Roger stone. Now, what is the intimidation of the DJ? So he's. So it's and it's so blatant like, it's when you when you read through it, Roger stone, deathly communicated with these people, you got so like blatant like he's like when is it dropping like tell the like ask your person in London, which is a Sanjiv exactly when these things are dropping and at one point he actually says there's going to be a dump every week, you know, following the main. I mean, so they knew he's Conrad handed the intimidation was after the fact when they're starting to get in trouble and stone is telling credit go do not talk to you know, the FBI do not testify. He's like your stupid, if you testify if you testify my lawyers are coming after you like that was one of the intimate. It goes so far is he actually says I will come and get your dog if you testify I mean, so blatant like he is not unusual for Roger stone Rogers. This is why when Donald Trump, you know, had the advisor of Roger stone. We immediately said Dopp stop. Roger stone is not a good guy. Guy they separated early in the campaign. Right, but they were still working together. Distance sort of way. Yes. And Roger stone is a known complete liar. The guy says stuff all the time in my opinion that are complete lies. It's you cannot trust a word. This man says, and you know, what his defense is going to be on this whole situation. I'm a liar. And you can't trust a word that I say he's gone on television. And said, look, I'm a hype man as his way of saying, I say things all the time that I know aren't true. So he's going to say, I think claim look I knew these things were coming in. I was trying to look more important to the Trump administration. Yeah. I was trying to say, I'm the man I've got all this stuff from WikiLeaks. I'm awesome. You should listen to me in reality. He had very little at least that's going to be. I think his defense. Well, yeah. I don't see how he has a defense at all because he's caught lying to congress. That part is you can't get out of that intimidating the winnings. You cannot get out. He's going to prison. But I I don't see there's any way out of this amazing hasn't been in prison. This whole time no prison for forty years. So yeah, Nixon. His tattoo on his back is Nixon. He's the original dirty trickster under Nixon. He is. He is unrepentant for anything that they ever. Did. He is the worst of the worst in politics, and he pretty much admits it, okay? So what does this mean for the president? He's probably going to jail. Now. What does this mean other than Donald Trump pick some really bad people to be around him? There's nothing at this point to connect him to Donald Trump. There's nothing on collusion or anything else? However, the next guy probably to drop now will be Steve Bannon because Steve Bannon, and and stone were very close. And if Steve Bannon has testified that I had no idea about Roger stone. I had no idea about why. Key leaks. And if they have evidence that. He did. Bannon will be the next to go. And and that's also in the indictment. You can kind of see the chain of other indictments that might happen. So they've already showed that stone was in communication with these people to get this information. They knew about it. Another unnamed person in this indictment is what they're calling a senior campaign staff member. And that's Bannon, it's Bannon, the reason we know it's Bannon is because they lay out everything that was said in the indictment between stone and this person and that Email has already been dropped. It's all over the place. It's in the New York Times today word for word. But in the New York Times version, it's got Steve Bannon 's name in the to and from subjects so here's the here's the problem for Donald Trump. If if he has testified and said, he didn't know that's going to be a real issue. And I'll explain why here in just a second. Give.
"dopp" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"But we had difficulty bringing other partners allies of ours to to to the table to do that. What what President Trump has done is Dopp to a policy of Jess confrontation and in doing. So he has made it extremely difficult. In fact, for a leader of Iran to come to the table because the politics of Iran are complicated anybody's politics. So the hardliners in Iran or saying to the supreme leader looked we told you so you can't trust the United States. And what President Trump has done is reinforced that no hardliners in Iran. It should be pointed out opposed oppose the deal. Video oppose the deal. You know, they're getting President Trump to help them under it just as President Putin is getting President Trump to can you imagine President Trump adopted the Soviet Union's point of view about why they invaded Afghanistan, which everybody knows to be ally. President Trump stood beside President Putin and Helsinki feet away from them like we are and literally. Renounced the the consensus opinion of the entire security intelligence community, the United States in about the countries and took putting side on the subject, and why do you think all this? I think it's because the Russians clearly he has some special relationship with them and is not made public. And I think he's fearful that President Putin probably has information, I know from our trips to Russia, everything you do say as being listened to his being followed while while Donald Trump was pursuing the Miss Universe contest. And and Trump towers in Moscow and visiting I have no doubt that whatever activities. He was engaged in. I don't know what they all were. But I do know from intelligence community personnel that I've talked to that there is huge credibility within the Intel community to the so-called Steele dossier, and too many of that now, you know, you see any of that in the Intel. When you were you were there during the two thousand sixteen hang in your very good book, your memoir here, you didn't really cover the two thousand sixteen campaign, but you must have been privy to the Intel during that period while I was privy to Intel which made it very clear to me and others in the administration. What the Russians were doing and how they operate and anybody who knows how Russia operates has to understand and the cautions that we are given when you go into a hotel. How you behave. What you talk about where you talk about it. Those cautions ring very true. But but in terms of their intrusion in our election do think that we didn't know everything they were doing at that point in time. Did you do as much as you could in terms of alerting? Alerting the country. I know the president was concerned about about not looking like he was trying to put his finger. I guarantee you from having run at presidential race that if the president had gone out with Trump already in the process of laying the groundwork for potentially not accepting the results of the election. Trump already arguing the election was rigged. Trump already creating this framework, which many people talk about about creating a new media network and thinking he was gonna lose I believe that if the president gone out and personally and said to America, this is what's going to happen. There would have been enormous backlash and I can hear what it would have been and President Obama in an effort to avoid that went to Mitch McConnell, the majority leader and asked him to join in what they all knew as the intelligence and Mitch McConnell refused. So the president did the next best thing which was have the director of the CIA and have the national intelligence rector, go out and make what was very carefully drafted and thorough warning to America that this was happening. But doing it in a way that it wouldn't be politicized. And then mmediately after the election was over the president took measures that he thought were appropriate to punishing Russia for that. Lemme ask you something more on this Russia issue. There was a kind of startling piece in the Washington Post recently about the fact that the president of the United States met privately with of Ladimir Putin. And there is no record of it. And he is and his senior aides were not apparently briefed on what happened there those the only two people who know what happened in those conversations are Putin and Trump. In your experience. How unusual is that what's unusual to have to our meeting and that context, and I think I had a four to five hour meeting with President Putin..
An 86-year-old woman lost 120 pounds by walking back and forth in her one-bedroom apartment every day
"From China where the devices could soon be used on millions of students. Bueller? Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Remember, even if you're zoning out this morning and need to get all news Dopp. There's a simple way to do that even without a radio. It's your Amazon echo speak to it. All you need to do is touch with. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on. Iheartradio. Simple as that. The technology boom in the Seattle area. Like several other locations turns out to be a curse as well as a blessing. But now Microsoft is making a move to help people squeezed by that explosive growth, I'm Gary Nunn. The software giant plans to invest a half billion dollars to make homes more affordable to more people in the Puget Sound area. Where home prices have nearly doubled over the past eight years over the next three years. The money will be spent not only new homes for non tech workers, teachers and other middle and low income people, but also preserving existing housing tech companies and other areas like San Francisco also are dealing with similar inequality issues. Gary Nunn, CBS news, more recreational marijuana is about to go on sale. In massachusetts. State regulators green light pot sales in Fall River, and it could happen as soon as this Sunday, the cannabis control commission gives it's okay to northeast alternatives to grow make and sell recreational pot products at a location just off route twenty four the shop will be handy to people in Rhode Island where recreational pot is still illegal northeast alternatives already providing marijuana for medical purposes, a breakout the spinach cake for the birthday boy. Popeye
"dopp" Discussed on The Big 98
"Thirty. So you're thirty eight thirty seven thirty seven. Yeah. Do you feel like you're live together? No, no. You don't know. But I think I just think thirties a good age of where you start to get into your career you figure out. Maybe you're if you're in a relationship, if you're gonna have family, I don't know all the things the age where according to the survey where they did like eight thousand people most people fill the age, we save your life. Together is thirty nine years old. Time. You still have time. I still have time. That's awesome. But I think we have different parts of our lives. Nobody has their whole life together. Because you're always say if you want something to be substantially better you have to sacrifice something else for me. I've had to sacrifice a lot about personal life for my career. Now comes up over have so much career going. They have no personal life. I'm going oud. I'd like to which we have to peel back from the career like if you just want all even. You really not gonna have anything. That's it's topping the charts. They're so Amy has a lot of personal life. Certain things I'm well. I mean when I think of having it all together. Sometimes I think if it's like the adulting of at all and the responsibilities and taking care of it. Sometimes I don't even know how it happens. But it happens, you know, sometimes you just have to figure it out figure it out. And I don't even know how we take care of these two kids and they're in school, and they go there every day. And it's like, and you didn't even get to grow as parents because you Dopp kids they came in. There were seven and ten. Yeah. And have that time to grow as parents eleven going on sixteen. Your daughter. What are the girls that your daughter? She's in home school. So there no kids there. Gosh is no.
"dopp" Discussed on TechStuff
"That tell you who happens to be online at that time. But this was a new thing back in the early nineties. Now, the developers had determined that aim should exist as a standalone service so that it didn't limit. It's a Dopp Shen that way it wouldn't just be users that could get hold of aim, but the team quickly ran into a challenge they had no resources because again, it wasn't a sanctioned project. But a service has to run on hardware somewhere. It's. Not something that can just exist in the air. So apple men called in a favor with a co worker who was getting ready to ship some old servers to HP they had bought these servers the servers were now kind of obsolete. And so the AL was going to ship the servers back and get a small amount of money in return. So instead of shipping back the servers, his co worker friend quote unquote, lost the servers, and they actually went to apple men and his team. And so that team was able to work on developing the messaging app when they had finished up they decided to show it off to their bosses. They thought well, we've got it already to go. Now just have to convince her bosses that. This was a good idea from the get-go. Ehlo management was not thrilled about this. In fact, there was a real danger at first that the whole team might get fired because of their work on this project. They had built the product without telling anyone they had allocated a server without permission, and they intended to release the app for free, and that really stuck in the craw of a lot of the leaders over at AOL AOL was a subscription based business plan the way ale made money in those days was that they would convince customers to subscribe to AOL service. And then the customers would use the AL interface to dial in and get online that was the way made money primarily they also did some advertising stuff, but that was minor compared to the subscription service. So to give away stuff for free seemed antithetical to AOL's business plan. But ultimately, the leadership at AOL was convinced to give it a try. Halfheartedly? So they launched aim in may nineteen ninety seven released by the way launching in fact, would be really really generous while the leadership actually agreed to do was make aim available on a file transfer protocol or FTP service. Now, this FTP service wasn't actually positioned as a public facing service..
"dopp" Discussed on Embedded
"And you get the games or plugs into steam. No, it's like, it's a self contained unit, computer. It's got a phone caliber thing computer in it and put the headset on but. So that's just moving along weird technology though. So is it has so much potential. But it has to get over it to Dopp Shen. It has to be adopted which I think is a price thing. It doesn't have anything. There's nothing drawing people to it right now. There's no like oh have you seen this game? Or it's okay. There's some fun games in mostly indie is a couple of big games that have that our ports of existing games. And that's you know, and experiences, and they're all fun and cool. But yeah, does not gonna make somebody run out and spent few hundred bucks. I mean, I love the whale experience. But it only lasts intendo comes Super Mario VR. Then you'll know it's a thing. Let's see any changes you're seeing in the job market. We probably shouldn't answer that one. I don't know. Are you seeing any job market still seems pretty hot still seems pretty hot actually hotter, which is weird? 'cause I feel like things are getting worse. So maybe there's a delayed reaction in the job. But. Still a lot of still out of activity in recruiter activity and aggressive activities. So. We're in dire need well. If you're if you're recruiter don't use the word dire anywhere in your job position or emails to people and then do followed up with the safety critical system. Anyway, we shouldn't do that. What kinds of guests? Are you looking for in the new year, really really famous ones? No unfunny ones. Funny, ones and famous. No. My favorite guests tend to be people who who. Have nothing to do with embedded come on. Expose me to something that I just really tend thought about before deeply or had have cooled perspectives on stuff. None of our guests have been bad. So it's it's it's kinda hard to to say, I want anything different. Yeah. I just like talking to people about jobs, and what they're excited about what they're doing with had a few professors on lately, and I kind of like that. But I also liked to having authors on and musicians in. I guess we haven't had as many entrepreneurs on lately because I haven't really been in the whole I want to be an entrepreneur state. But there's only so much you can say about Kickstarter. Yeah. Pro projects and things like that. I mean, it's interesting to talk when people bring a new product, and they wanna talk about how it works and things that's cool. But the process of Kickstarter, I think we already know cut beaten into the ground. Everybody knows it's it's a mind failed..
"dopp" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"And prosperous new year. See you see in Brooklyn on the thirteenth sweet country bumpkin Sam last year at this time many on the left, including you. We're saying it was okay to give Trump money for the wall. If you kept the government open. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, not the government open for Dhaka legislation and Dopp legislation. Not for the government open. The idea being it was on feasible anyways. What changed? I'm surprised this line. It's completely thought has vanished because the deal on the table was supposedly wall for Dhaka or possibly. That's that's what changed Colin from Nebraska, Santa busting clean, coal this Christmas Fash. Oh, you Sam listen, Al Franken's interview, David Frum and found it interesting. I'm beginning to see the value never-trumpers like from 'em. I mixed up. I haven't listened to it. But I would suggest. Yes. Yes trained boy. Who is Stephen Miller reporting to if my memory serves he was a sessions guy. Dating back to one sessions was in the Senate shouldn't he be gone. Yeah. I know it's very strange. He old his way on a lighter his play from the beginning. Many many thanks to everyone involved in our affiliate shows, you kept me informed entertained insane. During these awful times Winnipeg Craig SAMs just mad at Jason Bateman because he thought he could have been the star of arrested development. In fact, I did audition for that. I've told that story, right? Where the guy started grilling me about Benjamin. I'll tell that nights too. Maksim phoenix. What do you think of Marlene Williamson's possible presidential candidacy who's the Marion Williamson? She writes nice books Marian Williams. I'm not prog it's really uncomfortable being in this current situations. Progressive Trump's dumb decisions are bad enough. And then you've got the dumb left antiwar crowd looking at door and Kalinski cheering it on with zero nuance or foresight. And we're left to defend continuing operations my head hurts Brock. Well. You don't have to defend continuing up rations just due to wreck solidarity with the Kurds Brock from a VA MR crew wondering if nation of Islam Obama's looking forward to white genocide Christmas. Why genocide is so passe got new terms? Now, full me white Boy, George yester- res w ELL your Kush. With regard to things that have been said over the year. If you keep violating your freedom of speech by not monetize videos, which started left this YouTube. Call it red tube. Con con. Hey sam. So thank you for the thankful the show and everyone on the crew can I get a show far for my brother Kevin's birthday sure year year. DAX folks happy new year once again Sam neglects dimension is Bill that replaced. Judy gold on the final episode of Margaret chose first sitcom as for things to cover up like Stephen Miller scalp. I think Sam should resolve in the new year to stop stuttering and stammering ring a fire since time is money and Digby needs to get a word in now. And then Jamie should resolve to change your cadence. I mean, she sounds fine on her own podcast. But here's she's like ready to pick a fight all the time. Is that hot furred? Oh, hot furred accent and hot food and chill and have some ketamine. Okay. Peaches and fix the diet a damn IM signaller. Boy, I it is a lot of I thought you were only reading nice ones, Scott from California. It's my birthday. Can I get a Jew horn last one of the season? All right, folks, got a ton of callers on the phone. But as somebody's got to catch a plane, at least two people do are. I folks have a great new year merry Christmas. If you celebrate happy holiday, happy kwanza. Thank you so much. Thank you, Michael. And Jamie, and Matt and Brendan guys done an amazing job this year and very happy this excess for your respective shows. I think you Brandon I'm sorry. Maybe maybe nine twenty nineteen is the year. Fish pot is coming. There you go and. Wow. So tweet.
Dell shareholders back return to the public market
"We're taking a look at sales returned to the public markets in two thousand thirteen the computer company quit the NASDAQ in a controversial twenty four billion dollar buyout. But now five years later and after a fierce fight among some key shareholders. Michael Dell's technology company is set to listen to the new York Stock Exchange are US editor of the lex column. Sajida in that talks to Amy keen about what's bringing the company back to the public market. And why some shareholders resisted the deal? So G starts with what prompted Michael Dell to take his company private just a few years ago. So dull, obviously, it was the famous stop. He c- maker Michael Dell started the company in the eighties. When he was a college student and his dorm room at Texas. It was hot company for a really long time. But say ten years ago, you know, the PC became much less important smartphones were here, the the iphone and the like, and so he ended up spending like fifteen billion dollars between twenty ten and twenty twelve trying to turn delicacy off company, a much broader tech company, the market hated that. It's down shares like twenty five percent between twenty ten and twenty twelve and around the same time he had met this guy. Egon Durban who was a private equity investor to firm called Silverlake, which is a Silicon Valley based buy out firm, which is quite prominent both in Silicon Valley and in Wall Street and doing these buyouts, and they happen to be neighbors in a Wii. And so they had the idea that they could take Dell private buy out the public shareholders, and then reinvent this company and private so through the course of twenty thirteen the announced the deal and. By the end twenty thirteen they were able to tail private at a twenty four billion dollar valuation is very controversial a bunch of shareholders protested because they thought Michael Dell was a CEO, and he knew things that no one else did. And if he's buying why should we selling? But ultimately, they're all able to push the deal through and Dell became a private company in late. Twentieth. Thirteen and so if you fast forward five years Dell is going to be coming back to the public markets. What's changed? What happened over this period? Yeah. So the whole plan was to turn around and reinvent the company, which they did very dramatically Silverlake is a private equity firm. And so they have investors who are pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds and endowments who after five seven ten years want their money back. So it's natural for companies that go private like delta to relist again. And so what they've done in the last five years is that they really did till it turn del into this like one stop shop for corporate IT department. So they bought most prominently EMC, which is a tech data vendor for sixty seven billion dollars. They offload. A divisions that didn't fit anymore, and they've turned into this company that really can go up against Cisco HP and IBM and companies like that Sajid in order for Dow to have the backing to list again this time in the new York Stock Exchange, they company needed shareholder support. Can you walk us through what led to the vote that took place on Tuesday places start with that as we have to go back to the EMC deal, which happened 2016 EMC was a sixty seven billion dollar company. Dell was big it was perhaps thirty forty billion. Maybe at the time twenty five something like that. So it was private. So we don't actually know what the valuation was. But the point is he was much bigger. And so two by all of EMC offered their shareholders to things that gave them twenty three dollars per share in cash and the gave them a piece of paper called tracking stock to track. Another company called VM ware VM where was majority owned by EMC was also listed. So eighty percent of this company that was listed was owned by EMC Dell couldn't afford to buy all that for cash. And so they said, you know, what will give you this piece? The paper called tracking stock in VM ware, and it will reflect our interest in this company VM ware, and it should trade roughly in line with with VM ware. And so this piece of tracking stock which was publicly listed or traded called deviant t was created UNC shareholders got it. And for the last two years. It has traded has gone up quite a bit. The problem is it's always triggered a sharp discount to the pure VM ware stock big del wanted to go public again. And so the way to do that was not a traditional IPO where they just go out and sell shares of Delon people by that in like an under written offering what they wanted to do was take Dell shares a private and then swap it with Devi shareholders who would get the new Dell paper and through that transaction. Dell would again be public company. The problem was how do you actually value DVD, and that has been the fight for the last six months, let's say it's been particularly contentious who are some of the key sort of people fighting. It's interesting TV. Mt. Is like this weird security. VM ware is hard to understand. So not survey. Rising Lee its biggest investors have been hedge fund. So most prominently call icon had a big stake Elliott, the very high profile hedge fund that gets in these kind of fights. Was there a bunch of other kind of brand name twins were involved in the Soza a fight really between for the last six months to throughout the terms of this reverse merger IPO between these big hedge funds, and then Silverlake sedans had the benefit over these last few years of not having to answer to the public markets not having to release quarterly earnings. How's it looking like, it's gonna trait? That's a great question. So part of the fight that's gone on with this VM ware. Tracking stock called Devi MTA has been there's really two issues around it one VM ware. Let's say one hundred and fifty dollars per share company. The tracking stock has traded say around one hundred or one hundred and five so thirty forty percent discount. So the whole of that tracking stock one want to be made whole sort of get a value that approaches at one fifty the other half of the fight in the more complicated. Fight is a big portion of this. Deal is in this del stock which is suddenly going to be public. How much is that worth since it's private there's a big disagreement on how much that is worth. The delta worth quite a bit. The hedge funds have been skeptical. And so that was really the core kind of fight that just got resolved a came up with a clever mechanism to sort that out. But if you look at the actual numbers, and where Dell's going to trade at least initially the Cordell business businesses, not going to trade at a very high multiple. And so Michael Dell who was frustrated five years ago about his valuation is probably going to be frustrated now again, and so the question is do shareholders publisher holders now mutual funds, and the like do they kind of Dopp his vision on how Dell is going to really compete in this new IT market that they've been remade. And they're right up there with Cisco, and Microsoft, and the others or is this going to be thought of as a slow growth business that has this corporate governance problem with private equity firm who still there and Michael Dell who have super voting shares? We're going to take advantage of us. So the real question is now. Hey, the public. They got this deal done our daily at the benefit of the doubt or not. All All right. right. Thank Thank you. you.
Brendon Sinclair And Two Hundred Seventy Three Million Dollars discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Game subscription services are killing it. They generated two hundred seventy three million dollars in the third quarter of twenty eighteen this is from Brendon Sinclair over games industry. Dopp
Senate Judiciary Committee, White House and Senator Dianne Feinstein discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Break on that's going to give us that the steps forward. We just haven't received that tip yet. The boy's mother Antoine's black man with gold teeth and dreadlocks driving. A white Toyota Camry will the white grill. You can see sketch more nine seventy WFL a dot com.
Monster Hunter: World removed from sale in China
"Monster hundred world has been pulled from sale in China. Allegedly following a quote, large number of complaints, issued against the game publisher. Ten cent has been forced to halt the sale of Capcom monster hit with shifted, which shifted eight million units on Xbox One and PlayStation four before arriving PC. Earlier this month sitting record number of concurrent steam users. The Chinese version of the game was previously available on ten cents. We gain platform releasing a day before it's global steam release on August ninth users will be able to refund the game without conditions. Anytime before August. Twentieth company said according to a statement from we game monster, hunter world was. Removed due to numerous reports received by thirties that failed to meet China's strict publishing regulations, restrict restrictions include games, which feature blood or sexually suggestive characters, but analysts claim that monster hunt or did not feature any obvious infractions. According to a report in the financial times, a source close to we game blame, quote, bureaucratic infighting, which erupted in recent months resulting the complete halt of government issued publishing license for games. China is a tough territory to do business. You gotta get everyone wants because there's so much money exactly hotter released movies. They're the very strict cultural status for the longest time. Blizzard couldn't put the Pandera n- into warcraft. All really? Yeah, because there's okay. You'll wrong me if I'm wrong, hey, but I was told by multiple sources that there are very, very strict rules in China about depictions of pandas because pro share sure that you can't show like a panda being killed in. Video game. Will you pan to like character? The eventually did find their way around that independence now, obviously our playable rice and have some time, but for longtime, they remember, I think it was Christmas and that some of the become a pant is in the game because China allow any kind of negative or violent depiction of pan is because one thing that China takes very, very, very, very, very seriously is protecting
Mets, Noah Syndergaard and Ashley discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Owning Schork, where's? That's why he went cou. He got. He fell into the mouth of sharp. That you're waiting for. That's where you wanted to participate. Hold on Ashley, the shark? No, no, no, no, no, no, that's good. Really good stuff. Let's get into the news speaking of teen up Ashley. Our first story today don't know if you guys saw this the Mets. Put Noah Syndergaard on the ten day deal with hand foot and mouth disease. Now, a lot of people think that was funny on the internet and mouth disease. What is that? Sounds like something you'd get on the Oregon trail? This is indicative of what a mess. The Mets are. Here's the tweet from James Wagner who covers the Mets for the New York Times, Noah Syndergaard is going on the deal with hand foot and mouth disease possible. He picked it working picked it up working at a kids camp over the all star break, blah, blah, blah. Who cares? I realized this isn't funny. We have an expert here on hand foot and mouth disease. This may be the only sports story that sports is more qualified to talk about than most other people. Ladies and gentlemen, I introduced you survivor of Amphion mouth. No. Well, actually think thank don't club for yourself. Dopp wasn't going to. That's true. Well, maybe so. So you haven't haven't? I haven't put my son did, and it is terrible. Now what happens to the hands of feet animates, not just that area actually started with. Sores on the on his bum. Oh, it's you think is diaper rash? Yeah, naturally, but then you get them on other parts of your body obviously. So he had little tiny bumps on his arms and legs, but this it gets real gross like sores, like blister sores on his hands and his feet and his mouth inside of his mouth. And those are the ones that are really painful you? Yeah, it's, it's terrible and it's super contagious. How long does it last for several days like in ended up? I think he was at a daycare for like a week, which is a long time, and it's just it's heartbreaking and it's super gross. Yes, sounds pretty when you see someone in your like, oh, you're sick, I feel bad for you, but also do like I don't wanna touch you. I take care of you again. I think I might still have pictures on my phone. I'm good. I think. Are you sure research? No, I'm good job. You want them for research? Nope. He's like, what are those. Oh, okay. Okay. When it can also come with like real lethargy and fever or good vocab word for the pockets, it's it's really debilitating, and adults can get it obviously brother-in-law just got it from his. Okay. So tell me what the symptoms are furniture because I know there's a couple. There's a couple of sicknesses that when little kids get them, it's not that bad. And when a parent gets really bad and then there's the opposite when a parent gets it, they're fine. Yeah. So this one is the sangam we're both. Yeah, and it's it's one of those things where like you can get it to varying degrees like you can have a mild case, or you know, more severe case, but it's is disgusting and really painful. And I think it's probably harder for little kids because depending on their age, they're limited in the pain medicine they can take, let's I can't like verbally express how you're feeling right, how much it hurts and also they're constantly putting their hands in their feet in their mouths. And so I imagine it's just passing in the source back and forth. It's it's really gross. That's sucks tape. Their hands off or like gloves on their hands, so they don't put them back in their mouth? No, because I don't think like the sorting. As a parent, like, do you have to put socks on them and gloves and. It's not like if you touch a store, you get a sore. It's like if you have a virus, I think so like you just have it and then it's gone like you treat him..
Zephyr, Valiant's plus size, geek super hero is a must read
"I don't think valiant comics gets the positive praise at it deserves several years ago. I was listening to the goal kicker podcast by Carl Smith, and he was talking about the rebooting of rye from valiant as the right comic. He couldn't say enough good things about it. And I thought, what the heck, I'll check it out. I was pleasantly surprised at the fantastic art, the mazing storytelling that they did then proceeded to read their superhero team titles called unity, which the lead which led to the Jack title that they print us. Well, last, but not least I ran into faith which Carl had mentioned as well. I just never got around to her title until a few weeks ago on a side note or side tangent, whatever you wanna call it. I got a mention. I've purposely for the most part of did most marvel and DC titles. I guess you could say it's my way of rebellion against the popularity of both publishers. Yeah, I'm that kind of rebel, right? But anyway, I. Not that in never read them. It's just not as much as I've read into the independence like valiant and image anyway, back to the story faith, Jim shooter and David Latham created faith. Herbert codename zephyr in nineteen Ninety-two. She's a SCI fi and comic book nerd which leads her to Dopp more traditional superhero characteristics that her friends such as secret identities and super villains. She's a huge fan of doctor who she's a legit fan girl who creates listed goals and post cat videos by day while fighting crime by night. Physically faith isn't your stereotypical female hero. What I mean is she's not a size zero with a large bus line that most artists in the comic book industry tend to adopt. I know that does sound a little bit crude, but come on guys. Let's face it. Comic artists do get a little carried away when it comes to the female form in comics. I like the fact that the creators faith. Made her more realistic. She's one of us. She's a nerd girl who doesn't look like how society wants a young woman to look. She's not super skinny. She's not into being popular in pretty. She just wants to enjoy her nerdy stuff and be left alone. And by the way she uses her powers for good. In fact, many storylines she questions the motives of the other heroes because she doesn't want to inadvertently hurt somebody else. She has an innocence about her and that's why she's a breath of fresh air. She's relatable trying to balance a job, a boyfriend and catching the latest episode of doctor who since her character is innocent, it's nice to read a more lighthearted book. Maybe you can relate when you're reading more dark books. Does it affect your mood? I know I can get that way. I have to realize when it's
Microsoft, Us and Congress discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Number three interesting one microsoft has issued a statement about border separations this is via rebecca valentine at games industry dopp is microsoft is a formal statement regarding the us immigration and customs enforcement ice for forcible separation of children parents at the border in it the company condemn these actions and urged congress to pass legislation against the practice the statement came in response to recent criticism for microsoft's ongoing contract with ice to develop and improve the as earlier government program for the agency's it cloud data and other technology needs here's the statement we are not aware of zoar.
"dopp" Discussed on U&U Podcast
"In whatever information i could gather is far as like my dopp dopson what what all intel with that the whole night and so they were having issues getting any information because my cases a seal case so long story short it turns out my cases and abandoning case so my biological parents nobody has any idea like anything about him the only thing that showed up in my seal records of my dopp shin was my mother's real name that they can't give me because because my case is sealed she has to give permission for them to release her name to me i i work yeah so so in my situation so here i am i'm in a state where i don't know nothing and i finally get to the point where i actually know my mother's actual name and they say well we can't tell you that because we can't find her to get her permission to tell you that so long story short they ended up in okay well we can't tell you anything so do you want us to seal this back is it up and i'll get with my thurbers as soon as i i'm going to go crazy i'm like i'm because i felt like if i could at least know that that's something that's better than nothing you know what i'm saying i can work with a name in look it's not even so much that i'm trying to find my biological parents that's not the issue just to have anything to be like oh name was right.
Nintendo will release a new mobile game in the genre of action RPG
"It would move units if louise mentioned cells while on the three s there's money there for louise mansion three on switch that by the time that comes out it'll be a bigger switch user base and they'll sell probably millions of copies you know there's a strategy there and i still think that there's a chance that we get a link to the past remake on thirty not link to the past sorry link's awakening okay make on three ds yeah another zelda game on thirty s i'm like that one bit but okay i have to accept it you know i have to your last part of the union tend to rock block comes from games industry dopp is there it says nintendo today announced a new ip exclusive to mobile and developed in partnership with japanese studio side games drag eliya lost in all new action rpg has been codeveloped by nintendo and side games with the aim of quote bringing the life of the shared vision of a new gaming experience with worldwide appeal scheduled for release in japan taiwan hong kong and macau this mccoo mccall kevin your international you're smarter than me m a c you go macau okay i thought putting too much our in macau this summer drag alley lost could also see a us european release date this at a later date as part of this deal nintendo also acquire a five percent stake inside games with mario kart tour slated for release sometime the next twelve months this represents a change in tack for nintendo following the mixed performance of its first.
Trump repeats intent to send troops to Mexican border in press conference
"Open mic line six zero two two hundred two seven three three president of the united states says he wants to put the military down on the border to secure it until we can get a border wall built good idea bad idea six zero two two hundred two seven three three at this press conference he they said he was only going to take one question he took over question from reuters the reporter asked about the future of the us president in syria and also what did he mean by the troops on the mexican border president trump's literally in the process of still answering that question she got cvs's super producer listening to that and we're going to turn that for you here quickly but the idea of putting the military down on the border to deal with immigration is a new creative kind of idea here bruce reason that it hasn't been done the posse comitatus act those of us enjoy law you know those of us that are maybe in the history of the civil war understand that the posse comitatus act you're gonna have to explain that to me into law now eighteen seventy eight it's not a new one it specifically applies to the army and the air force over the navy has dopp in the marines ornery fat and it prohibits prohibits the federal government from using the federal military personnel to enforce domestic policies within the confines of the united states you're talking about federal troops and federal troops require certain documents and regulation so you've gotta have army air force navy brains but what about the national guard.