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McAvoy's late goal lifts Bruins to 4-3 win over Capitals

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

McAvoy's late goal lifts Bruins to 4-3 win over Capitals

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"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:49 min | 7 months ago

"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"He could run a power play from the top with neat amire when they won the Stanley Cup and years after that. He could be on the half wall. He really could do it all. And now to go down is probably the best player to ever play for the Anaheim ducks. He's well deserved. He broke salones record. Of course, he did it in a humble manner, talking about how solani did so much for the game in Southern California. Excuse me. And I'll never forget. The year the penguins won the cop when I was traded for it. We put it in the playoffs. We beat the president's trophy winning sharks in 6 games. And then we lost in 7 to Detroit. We ended up losing to Pittsburgh. So in 13 games, I think get stuff had 18 points. He was playing close to 29 minutes a game, and he was by far and away through the first two rounds of the NHL playoffs that year, the MVP leader. The cons might winner. That was the top of his game. Oh, dude, this guy, he fought Joe Thornton. I think in game three, off the opening face off, just like the ultimate leader, so good and dirty too, man. This guy little Mark messier in a fucking western Canadian prick. I think he's a Saskatchewan boy. I think his brother played a football. I mentioned that, Regina. And get stuff is just like such a funny guy too. He's always busting balls, real good chirp or funny guy, loves golf would love to get him in a sandbagger. And the interview with him was a blast. I thought it was a great interview. I think that was during COVID if I remember correctly. And an amazing career he's had. I think he's 11 points away from a thousand he'll get that, no doubt, one, two, three on wood. And it was an honor playing with him. Truthfully. It was a guy that you you've heard over and over. If he was in a big market out east, he would be that much bigger within the game. And he really couldn't give a gift to Fox. He's got the gold medals. He's got the Stanley Cup. He's got the world junior gold. He's done it all. Funny you mentioned that playing with him. I don't know if you know I play with him. Yeah, under 17 or something he said, I'm under 18. He didn't make the original team in the summertime. He should have. And then Calgary hitman got beat at a playoffs. I think in the first round, he joined us. And he ended up being the MVP of that tournament. And that was when we ended up winning gold. And, you know, I wouldn't have I wouldn't have that ring if it wasn't for him because he pretty much put the team on his back. I thought you pawned that ring and sold it when you were short of some cash. You're a fucking idiot. He actually sold the ring when he sold the abercrombie clothes in the parking lot. One of the pair of jeans came with The Rain. Why was he trying to ruin my story, buddy? Are you fucking go ahead, go ahead, go ahead, go ahead. Go ahead. I wasn't really going anywhere other than the fact that he helped me with a ring, so I'm very grateful for him. And to see that he went on to accomplish everything that he did is no surprise because I saw it from that minute that this guy was going to be special and what a fucking run, buddy. Congrats, got you. Congrats. Talk about talk about the Matthews drag and shoot. You can YouTube and look back at some of gets last. Yeah, check out his highlights too. Not as highlights goals, like the highlights on his head when you see all this beautiful. That's what I love. All right, who is he again from Sopranos? Adi buco. He is a. The frosted chip special baby. Yeah. Well, most so like, he's actually doing the full shade, but yeah, really when he started going bald, he definitely had the ID. No, but before so there was like there were stages to it. It was starting to thin out a little bit, but he was still going with what he thought. He wasn't picking it basically. There's a name for the same boat as him. The man bits when the oilers go further than the flames. No, what do you call it Granada when you pull the hair through and you die it? The frosted tips. Yeah, I said the highlights. I said the highlights. Oh, yeah, boy, they're called frost. Well, boys, you know, they've been a lot of depressing things going all lately, but one of the saddest sites these eyes have ever seen. Occurred in the last few days. Saint Catherine street, Montreal, super 6 burned down. I don't know if you guys saw insurance fire. Screams insurance fire. I mean, that shit must have been on fire. He definitely knows what's going on up there. You little on fire. But no, I mean, it was awful to see it. You know, anytime you see a picture, I mean, they'll fire again as a son of a fucking Jake, you hate to think of a guy's going to work and putting that out. But there was one picture and it was the fire burning out from the top of it. But the super sex super sex and I was still lit up in the Superman colors. And then in the morning, everything was just burnt down, melted, just sad, tragic. People lose a business, but you guys been 17 is going to Montreal has a super sex memory. Just a giant yells, just a giant inferno ends and there's rubble and burnt trash everywhere and sticking up a giant dildo. It's used at super sex that made it through the fire. Yeah. So hopefully everyone's obviously. And hopefully the insurance company can pay out the owners who probably had that fire happen on purpose. Yeah. And finding less it was hell's angels and I take it all back. And if you find my ring, please return it. And if you see business walk there, we're off the road. Email the Chico to count. We'll get back to him. We're off the rails. We'll talk to you guys next podcast. Are we down here? And everyone, thank you. What else you got all right? The other thing RIP to Jerry Remy, who was the Boston Red Sox announced for a long time for me and you went generation YouTube rally. Just a former Red Sox second baseman, he became basically an icon around here, and he battled through Kansas 7 different times and he passed away the other day. So just wear Boston guys, we'd be remiss if we didn't acknowledge the passing of Jerry Remy just a huge influence. The remnants. Nobody announcement announces the rem dog. So that and also I was sitting home watching hockey, watching the bruins 9 o'clock Saturday night at my phone rings. It's Wall Street wall. She's like, what are you doing? I was like, watch the bronze. He's like, you want to go to Santa's? I was like, okay. So I do like, this is the most out of the blue thing. I mean, wash your car once in a blue moon, but like we usually text like, I'm like, okay, we went over. I think I ate the most aggressive pizza I've ever eaten in my life. It had sausage, hot pepper and garlic was the pizza at the end fabulous..

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"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:06 min | 7 months ago

"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"After Adam Fox had done last year, what he'd done, and now that I'm keeping a closer eye on him, like I'm in and obviously I've been very bullish on the ragers since the start of the year. So I'm tuning in to see how they're evolving as a group. There are like two, three times a game where he just completely takes over. And we went back to that road trip where they went four and O, where two of the games he made the winning play by just like spinning off a defender and finding the open guy for tappans. And then on the day he signs this extension for 9 and a half sheets. He ends up getting the game winner against Seattle in which sherkin made a great safe. He ends up breaking the puck out to Panera, Panera does a great job on the zone entry of finding space, but Fox, you could see him come up the ice and find the gap. Accepts the pass perfectly and kind of does that toe drag shot where they pull you in and snap it, change the angle on the goalie. I'm taking Adam Fox. And he's just he's on a run right now and he's caught a wave and I think that he's the best defenseman on the planet. He's incredible. We've been talking about every single podcast. I know. I know. I feel like a loser. I feel like I'm gonna get a restraining order. No, it's okay. It's okay because the guy loves him all the way to help them get paid. And in the end, I said, werenski's older. He's a year older than the three guys I mentioned. I think mcavoy, mccarran Fox of 23 and Weinstein's 24, I might be Fox too. I actually, it might be mcavoy, fuck, the game we had the other night was ridiculous. So if you want to look at Florida, if you want to look at the complete package as a defenseman, I mean, we talked about pronger earlier. I would say that you can't be as nastiest prong or was when he was being asked. The cross at every sassy to be in the box. But the full physical, complete game with offense, best 5 on 5 defensive player, yes, you have mcavoy. Were what he could provide the Columbus being a not so being a very average run of the mill team. I don't know, man, if you put him in the environments that those other two guys are in, like, who knows where the sky is? So and then of course we know what McCarthy could the second half of the season ended up running away with the Norris, right? That's how good he is. He's a video game player. He is the McDavid of the back end in the way he moves. So it's like we're coming upon a time here where it's like the greatest generation of tennis, where you get like Nadal, Federer and Djokovic. And even Andy Murray. I feel like that's what we're dealing with as far as balancing these defensemen. Who is the best one? I don't know. And that's with Victor had been still running around this league. Yeah, to wrap up the atom Fox contract. I'll say this. He got himself traded twice to get to his hometown favorite team, New York rangers. And his quote is, I feel like I've been a part of the range as my whole life. You know from being a kid and to have this opportunity now and be with this organization for 7 more years, it's so special and there's no place I'd rather be. And I truthfully believe I got chills. The next player to wear the sea on the New York rangers uniform has to be Adam Fox. Wow. So we'll see what goes. I completely forgot about the the phantom gallant comment. Yeah, the gallant sonk with the aids. Something. Did we mention this song got into the big booty mix? I don't know if we mentioned it. It's been a big week for the song because song got in the big booty mix, big booty mix 20, check it out by two friends. And the song this week on the play barstool app gave out $15,000 to a winner who went 6 for 6 in his picks. Play bar stool dot com baby. Blade barstool dot com. You want to just do a game that takes three seconds. That's what Adam Fox makes in one shift. But the best thing is if you win the song, you get the 15 G's and then a check comes it just says song. Does it get to tough joke? I know with all the ranges you want to talk about the moment with that. I didn't understand. I didn't understand if you were being serious or not. So that's why I didn't react to that. But great game that you guys got going online. What were you asking are? No, I was going to go to the Elvis Moors leaking clip that you wanted to talk about. The ranges goal tender? Yes, but put a nice cap off on that whole atom Fox breakdown. I think that it makes way too much sense to make him captain now after giving him that contract. Whether he gets it this year or not, I say, I say play the season out with as give it to him in the office. Things are going good right now. Don't fuck with the chemistry. Don't put another thing at the back of his minor on his plate, stick with the a's, stick with the gallant song. We gotta talk about more goaltenders because we were stroking them off on the front part of this with all the great goaltending with bobrowski with Markov. Markov, Jesus, markstrom, Bennington. Another bizarre thing happened in the Columbus New York rangers game where RA was it at the end of the game as things were getting wrapped up. Yes, it was basically it was for nothing with about 16 seconds left 18 seconds left and blue jackets were down for another and they had the puck in their own zone. And Elvis Presley is basically told his team to just like just hold the puck and he raised his stick to salute to ego shift. And I've never seen anything like that in hockey before, like in the NHL. I mean, it was pretty cool because I guess the game's over nothing. But I've never seen a goalie kind of call off his team and give like a salute to the other goal. And I mean, some people thought I was cool. I don't know. It was unique. It was different. I don't have a reaction negative or positive. I just never seen it before. I'm kind of shocked when I first saw it. Just to have a goalie like tell his team, like, all right man, just leave it. Like, I mean, they're not going to probably anyways, but.

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"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:57 min | 7 months ago

"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Legit 15 seconds within the draw that I lost lost my guy again. Minus two, both goes my fault. So half the guys are mad because they're actually having to play and we're ready to hit the break. So they didn't even want to travel the Providence. So I'll let you continue to start. Yeah, so I mean, that was it, but then like, what are some other really good ones? But I think I find the finish the game minus three on which another mistake I made and Josh gratton was so mad because he was on my wing and he was worried about us plus minus because he's like, dude, I'm trying to fucking get a contract for next year in Europe and they take these stats very seriously. And I go downstream because you're a liability at center. I fuck me. I was like, oh, my God. We studied to Mike stutters, was like one of the best coaches I've ever had. He used to walk biz out of the video session once a week because his show up late from stretching his hamstrings. And I remember biz like, you know, probably things that NHL guy just coming off that, you know, you know, league in the NHL or career in the NHL and every open the door, he's like 30 seconds late, maybe. Maybe not even late poked his head in and he's like, he's like, hey, stunts I'm here for video instead of you guys. Yeah, we're all good. And biz like closed the door in his head. That's you wouldn't let him into the video. I was having once a week. I mean, we had the we had referees in the American League that would not allow biz to stand up on the bench. So biz, when we get into tight games or whatever state business wasn't planned, something whatever, like, this would go park himself all the way down at the beginning of the bench and he would operate the door for all the boys. Need a good door guy, asked lannis dog. Yeah. Yeah, so you always operate the door and I remember one of the lines or one of the referees came up until busy. He couldn't stand up anymore. He couldn't talk and he couldn't stand up anymore. On the bench, like, I don't know. The American League is just we had a weird Star Wars night one time. And they got Darth Vader drop in the puck and he's dumb, dumb, dumb, dude. The guy fucking steps on the ice falls, terrors his ACL. We couldn't even talk drop, had to help the guy on. He lost his bucket as bucket goes flying. Biz had his bucket on his stick. Darth Vader waiting for this guy to get up after he torn his ACL. Remember Joey crabb went down on the shootout and shot it right in the bar sex pad when he wasn't looking. Oh, yeah, that was a wild year. We had so many crazy things happen. Oh, that went kind of viral, I think. Yeah, the referee signaled. I play with Trevor. Yeah. And so crabber starts going and he comes down the ice and our goalie didn't hear the whistle and signal him to go. So our goal is looking down at his feet, getting, you know, getting mentally focused to prepare for the referee to blow the whistle and allow this guy to come down and shoot. So Joey crab comes down to stick hand dangling and then puts it right into fucking I forget the our goalie's name. Barta sac. All bar to sac. Yeah, he ended up he ended up making a save. So I'm sure granelli can end up pulling it up, but I have been that video. So yeah, you could send it over, but okay, I appreciate you bringing up those stories other than the fact that I went downstream in that last game at sunrise. I probably just came with it. What a great group of guys out here. John Carlson said he'd come on and he'd do a sandbag over this. Maybe you'd be as partner could be a solid team. Yeah. I don't know. I think he's a lot better than I am, so. That's fine. A lot better than biz. Oh, yeah. I know I've seen biz golf. It'll even it out. I want to go back to your childhood a little bit. Like you said both your parents are from England, I believe your father was a doctor, your mother was a nurse correct? Yeah. Settled in Huntsville, Alabama. You don't typically think of England and Alabama in the same sentence, was there a lot of cultural differences? Was it a tough to adapt? What was that like? I can only imagine they came over at 74, so. Oh geez. I can imagine there was probably a lot of cultural differences that, you know, but yeah, I mean, Huntsville at the time, I think was like a pretty up and coming city and it still is. It's always rated in the top ten places and live with families and everything like that. So yeah, it must have been interesting. My dad came over on a basically a program that a program that placed English doctors in the U.S. and he was a professor and he worked in the hospital and eventually took over his own practice. But there's actually between Huntsville Alabama and Les sewer Minnesota, which is like a tiny farm town in Southwest Minnesota, I believe. So I guess it could have gone either way, but they just happened to pick on school. Being close to the Tennessee, did you become a preds fin when they joined the league? Yeah, yeah, actually I did, yeah. The fan kangaroos I still remember that. I don't know if they still got that going, but yeah, we were definitely definitely predators fans. I was like one of the big things that her childhood every Christmas or dad would take us up to watch a pretz game. Usually like Detroit or Colorado. And yeah, we got to watch all the big time players, which was great. So that's awesome. I was too surprised to hear that Alabama had such a good minor Hockey League system and that's part of the reason to help you accelerate. Is it getting even better from when you played? Yeah. I mean, I believe, so yeah, like I said, I'm back in a while. But, I mean, they have a great, I think they transferred their total package hockey, the TPH program and maybe even change names. But they moved all that up to Nashville. Now, I believe, and then, you know, they form it based off of kids from the whole southeast, so like Florida, I mean, looking like what our parents did for us was insane. I mean, we just, I think it was something like one weekend out of every month we traveled somewhere to play like these triple-A programs. And then the other two out of the other three weekends, we would have to travel to a different city and practice and we only during the week you would practice just with the kids in your hometown. So he might have like 6 or 8 kids that were from Huntsville. And then on the weekend, those 6 kids would go. And they'd stay at the houses of the other kids that lived in Atlanta and Nashville and you would practice there. And then you'd go play games on the weekends and Chicago, Michigan, you know, like everywhere. And then you'd fly, yeah. I mean, it was nuts, yeah. When you said that your dad coached your older brothers when he came over from England, was he a hockey fan or he actually not even know anything about the game. How did he even know what to really coach them? Yeah, I don't know, he's probably he's probably putting some soccer stuff mixed in there a little bit, but I like that. Yeah, yeah, but yeah, I honestly I've never asked that question that someone gonna have to get into with it. But he just coached from the bench just on his shoes. And I think he just got into it, honestly, because they needed someone to coach and then my brothers just wanted to get into hockey. I mean, you can imagine too parents probably just get sometimes get their kids in the mix of stuff just so they can beat other parents. And I think that's kind of how.

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"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Will remember you. We sing that like every other episode. Hey, I want to talk about D man. You talked about goodrow. Rasmus Anderson, he got a pretty big deal a few years back. Maybe this was it last year? All right. I mean, I look up raster Sanderson's contract. But I think he just makes just under 5, I believe it's on a 6 year deal. Okay, yeah, and I think it was maybe signed two years ago, but a hard to play against big bear of a defenseman who can log over 20 minutes. He can pique, and now right now he's 6 points through 8 games. So he's throwing some offense in the mix. And the fact that monaghan what's up G? So his contract is a 6 year deal with an AAV of 4.5. Great. When was it signed? When was it signed granelli? The contract was signed January 8th, 2020. Oh, so it's last year. So I think some people at the time were like, what's this deal? Whereas a lot of flames fans are like, yeah, we know about this guy. We know what's up with that. There's more around the league. Yeah, it's like more around the league. People don't know, you don't quite shut down type defense, but he's played great. And then on the forward side, monaghan hasn't really gotten going yet. I think chuck's got a little more offense to give, but he's doing his thing being a rat. And in the end, goudreau plays like this on a contract year. Fuck, we talked to the preseason predictions where we all thought they weren't going to do nothing this year that he could get traded at the deadline. Now who knows what goes on if the flames keep rolling like this, but have we had a battle of Alberta yet? I don't think we have one. Yes, one Edmonton one. Oh, actually I did know. I just wanted to hear you say that bitch. Shut the fuck up plenty of. I think that's their only loss. And that's when you're born. I understand to open a night. Had butted Yamamoto. So listen, you can have your hot start to the season, buddy. I watched the last game that they played against Philadelphia..

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"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"dowd" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"He did Ali too, of course, though. I never seen a no he didn't. That was Will Smith. No, no. He was in a he played on that TNA dramatic drops a little bit, but by the way, booty call all time class you haven't seen booty call. I believe that's the movie and she's like wrongful. Is that booty call? I don't know, man. Sounds like sounds. The man was in the wrong hole, but yeah, I don't know how we just got here, but God damn it. We're talking about Halloween costumes and how bad what's his name's dye job was. Tom Cruise. Now, what were some other costumes that I saw this year that were creative? Far too many squid game ones. I think that was the most predictable. It's funny to hear me like I'm not complaining, but way too many Ted lassoes. I think maybe because it's been out for a long time, but it seemed that seemed to be by far the most popular. Oh no, I got some devastating news 'cause Cole perfetti ended up DMing me and he was Ted Lasso and he's like, hey, I win his Ted Lasso and let our rain know. He'll love it. Listen, every part. So you just crush our cold. We won't have RA on the interview when we have you don't worry he doesn't want interview for dressing. I guess I thought there's gonna be way more squid game, but I guess a lot of people didn't see it whereas people finally caught up with Ted Las. I think that's more indicative of people elite until they've been out for so long. You would have thought Ted Lasso costumes would have been big last year, not this year. Yeah, no, that's true. A lot of followers out there. I was on the squid game train early. One of the people that helped break new Netflix record for how many times it was watched in the short amount of time. But what any other costumes quickly before we move on from Halloween stuff? I didn't know she TJ oshi did a mean girls, which was pretty funny him and his wife. He was dressed up as Regina George. So that was pretty funny. And I saw Charlie Coyle in his wife where body Boucher and Vicky from the water boy, I thought that was really funny as well. He was like, head to toe in football gear is nice. Ego is just dark and his girlfriend wife, whatever. They went to Vincent wegger and Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction. They were doing like the fucking dance and stuff. You didn't see the clip on Instagram. They dressed all I'm trying to do. I'm trying to keep focus because you keep in and out on your new camera. I raised it in a new place, guys. Maybe that was the other thing I mentioned in the lead the intro yeah. I'm in a new place. I moved back to my hometown finally after a 17 years. I didn't know if I'd get back, but I moved in today. I'm still a little spass in here, spots, whatever the word is, but I'm in all I needed was a bed in Internet to get my first night and so I'm psyched to have that. Yeah, back in Charleston. We lied, it's actually a prison cell already gotten a little bit of trouble. The only went back is 15 years must have been the statue of limitations for something. So he waited two more. Now he's back. I said I wasn't going back. No, but I'll kid in the side. It's great to be back in the whole time, man. I didn't know if that'd be I'd be back. 17 years, I was in south Boston and, you know, he's like, there's a funny road of free food and Wi-Fi in the clink. Sign me up. Oh my God. Andy Hudson. Are those pajamas? Those look comfy. What's the breakout? I was gonna mention I guessed, obviously when I bring it on right now, but a little bit later we have Washington forward nicked out and you're gonna love it. It's Susie of an interview he's an absolute beauty, so we do have that a little bit later. And I just want to I know you guys probably heard Harold Russell is the name I was looking for best years of our lives. Old stools out there who actually seen that movie, but it's the original like war movie PTSD movie. It's unbelievable. It holds up to 70 years later, still show. What else we got here, boys? Oh, of course. What else are we going to talk about? But pink Whitney. It's all about hockey football hoops right now, so head on over to your local buyer and make sure to order some pink Whitney. It's the perfect fall shot for you and your boys in your gals. And now that I'm relocated my new local business my old local Warren tab and used to be my Buffy is, so I'm across the street. Could be a good thing could be a bad thing, but I know they got pink Whitney behind the basso. I'll probably be over there after we record and whack it back a couple shots. My girl was in Buffalo this past weekend and she said she was going around trying to buy a little bit of it and she struck out at three stores, sold out. I don't know if everybody was all getting boozed up for Halloween in the festivities in the past weekend or it's because buffalo's the biggest bunch of drunks you've ever seen in your life. What a city it is. It's all drinking town. And they're celebrating a competitive hockey team right now. Oh, actually, I love Josh Allen, came in as Phil Mickelson to win the thumbs up. Like, did you see him doing that? Flex the cabs in and flex this crab, doing those nerdy fill thumbs up. So that was a good one. Josh Allen is a freak and the bills are nasty. Actually, I have a neighbor. He's a huge bills fan. I saw him during Halloween. I said, like, the bills go to the Super Bowl, you're going before I finish the question. He goes, yes. If the bills get to the Super Bowl, it might be 80% bills fans, like they are just a rabid bunch that love to drink. And they love to get after it. And I'm like, if the Pats can't get it done, which I don't think they can this year. I'm a bills guy. Go bills. So bills and oilers, you're on. I'm on the oilers so heavy and all these leafs fans coming at me for my comments. Shut up. Holy shit, by the way, talk.

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Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:52 min | 9 months ago

Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

"While republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand

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Matthew Dowd Applauds Joe Biden for the Afghanistan Crisis He Created

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Matthew Dowd Applauds Joe Biden for the Afghanistan Crisis He Created

"Do something. That's Matthew Dowd for the talking heads that came at We have to do the dipsy do on Biden. Okay, We've got to turn this. This Haran, one of the worst. Most atrocious, poorly thought out, Commander in chief decisions in the history of of of of thinking beings in general. Forget about the United States. We've got to make this somehow into a positive. Why don't you go first You dip your toes in the water and Matthews ahead. Okay, I'll do it. Biden. Did you hear his lines in there? Matthew Dowd. Matthew Dowd said that That we are here. What does he applaud Joe Biden some He was for the hand. He was dealt. He would dealt He doubted to himself. What do you mean, doubted? He dealt it to himself. Maybe exactly, Jim says he's playing solitaire card game with himself. He did this The reason there is a crisis he has been dealt is because he dealt it to himself. What do you mean? You're giving him credit for causing a crisis Then he in turn has to solve after he causes the

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CNN Invites Matthew Dowd to Flip on Afghanistan, Celebrating Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 9 months ago

CNN Invites Matthew Dowd to Flip on Afghanistan, Celebrating Biden

"House Here we go for here's how it works. Here's how you do the dipsy Do Flip a room and you turn a devastatingly bad Democrats story. We're in the media or if you're a hapless talking heads sell out. Here's how you turn it into a positive You have to start slow. Because you don't want to be the first one to kind of, you know, breached the dam. If you don't want could explode, right? Maybe you need a little simple word. A little poky little puppy. So you gotta go with the suckers first, right? You gotta go with the suckers. You don't want to be the first one to breach in the whole thing. Breaks, Okay, because you were if you're the first one out of the chute, right? If you're some say, ABC guy and you think you're super credible, and you want to tell the story of how Joe Biden is managing the greatest evacuation operation in human history, even though he caused the crisis that led to it. And you're humiliated. No one's gonna follow behind you. So you got to get a real soccer first. I mean, a real sucker like a guy who will say anything. Just to go after Republicans Trump or whatever. So that guy often is this guy Matthew Dowd, not a particularly bright fellow. They can't be bright, either because of their bright, they'll sense what they're saying is absolute garbage. And I'll understand Do an elevated social like you If they're bright that there's going to be negative feedback, so you gotta get Particularly dumb person who will say

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"dowd" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

08:56 min | 9 months ago

"dowd" Discussed on WBUR

"And I'm Peter O Dowd. This is here and now U. S. Intelligence officials are concerned that the Islamic state could attack crowds of people trying to flee Afghanistan as they gather outside the international airport in Kabul. Here's national security advisor Jake Sullivan on CNN yesterday. It is something that we are placing Paramount priority. On stopping or disrupting, and we will do everything that we can for as long as we are on the ground to keep that from happening, But we are taking it absolutely deadly seriously. For 20 years after the 9 11 attacks, US troops in Afghanistan helped keep terrorist groups like Al Qaeda in check. So now what? Charles Lister is director of the countering terrorism and extremism program at the Middle East Institute. Charles. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me You wrote recently that the Taliban takeover of Kabul was the most significant day for Al Qaeda since 9 11. Why do you say that? Well, I think putting aside you know, the war in Afghanistan and the strategy and the mission creep and everything else that has, you know being being discussed in terms of countering terrorism. Presence in Afghanistan in the air over Afghanistan in the wider region has afforded us the ability to exert an enormous amount of pressure on Al Qaeda senior leadership over the last 20 years. Um and the the implications and the consequences of that have been clear. Of course, we killed bin laden years ago. But now the current leader, Ayman al Zawahiri, has literally not been seen or heard of almost a year. The senior leadership has been very effectively cut off from its affiliates all around the world, to the extent to which many of them aren't following its instructions anymore. Um, and that's of real significance. And, of course, looking back at 9 11. That is a kind of an accomplishment that we should all be proud of. But Contrary to what President Biden said in his most recent speech. Al Qaeda is not gone from Afghanistan is most certainly still there, at least in several 100 operatives and senior leaders. So the mission in that sense is far from finished. And by taking our hands off of al Qaida's neck, so to speak, and gifting Afghanistan to the Taliban, we are quite literally giving it back the very safe haven that allowed it. To build and thrive and operate and coordinate pre 9 11. Do you believe that the Taliban will do anything to keep those remaining Al Qaeda members in check? Well, listen, The relationship between the Taliban and Al Qaeda has always been very complicated. I mean, at the very top Al Qaeda owns and owes an oath of allegiance to the Taliban. That is never going to disappear. That is a Religiously binding, irreversible oath of allegiance That's never going to go away anywhere, notwithstanding anything that someone from the State Department might have been telling us over the last several years. Um, now below that run below that on the operational level, the Taliban is a very complicated movement. Parts of the Taliban are very close to Al Qaeda and parts of the Taliban are quite distinctly not But Al Qaeda for itself has retained the relationships with those at certain allies within the Taliban all throughout the past 20 years and will undoubtedly exploit them now that Afghanistan has fallen into the Taliban hands, so it's not a matter of what one Taliban official might be saying. In public. It's much more complicated than that. The Taliban isn't an organization is essentially an alliance. Of warlords and faction leaders, some of which are very close to Al Qaeda. And that is what Al Qaeda will be relying upon now it What's the time frame you're looking at here in terms of risk that Al Qaeda would be resurgent enough that they could strike the West? In a significant way again. Well, that's I mean that that question is almost impossible to answer. I mean, in theory, Al Qaeda could have the potential with you know, two or three operatives to do that tomorrow. They could have done that six months ago. I think the the reality or the more specific answer to the question is how how much higher is the risk of that? I would say it is far more significant, Um Al Qaeda will we'll look to receive foreign fighters. In fact, there are already reports just in the last couple weeks. Of foreign fighters beginning to arrive in Afghanistan, and most of them will not be joining Isis, which does have a small presence in Afghanistan. They will be joining Al Qaeda whose deepest, deepest roots are in Afghanistan itself. So the more fighters it has at its command. The more resources it's able to extract the more it's able to exploit a relationship or revitalized operational relationship with the Taliban, the more risk that we face Let's hear what President Biden has to say about some of this. He has said since the fall of Kabul that the terrorist threat has metastasized well beyond Afghanistan, and that's why it's time to end this war. Here's the president, speaking Friday at the White House, the bottom line is we have to do we're dealing with those terrorist threats from other parts of the world and failed states. Without permanent military without without permanent military presence there. We have to do the same in Afghanistan. What do you think about that? Does the United States have to be in country with boots on the ground at that level to successfully stop Al Qaeda from from coming back? Well, there's a few different levels upon which to answer that question the first and I think the most significant is that yes, the United States is combating terrorism. Elsewhere in the world without a permanent boots on the ground presence, But it's not doing that in a country that is controlled by a terrorist organization, the Taliban. It's not doing that It is doing that in places where there is a legitimate government with a legitimate armed force that allows US air and ground access from time to time to conduct counterterrorism operations. The Taliban and Afghanistan is a totally different challenge for us. That's my main concern. More importantly or equally importantly, at least, is the fact that we're going to now be doing this so called over the horizon, as president, Biden has said. But that's kind of pulling the wool over American people's eyes. We do not have a racks s rights. We have not managed to negotiate a single air access arrangement with any of Afghanistan's neighbours. And we've also had to as a result of this very hasty withdrawal dissolve essentially our entire intelligence network all across Afghanistan. So in theory, yes, we are going to continue to counter Al Qaeda in Afghanistan, but we will be doing it effectively blind. And that is very different to the way that we have been countering terrorism elsewhere in the world isn't optimistic or realistic to think that the U. S. Might have some sort of relationship with the Taliban, whether its diplomatic or otherwise in order to get intelligence About Al Qaeda. The Taliban is not going to be a publicly facing US ally in the fight against terrorism. There is, in theory, the possibility That our intelligence community has managed to establish relationships covert secret relationships with certain Taliban figures who may for one reason or another be willing to provide US intelligence in secret about Al Qaeda. But the Taliban as a movement will never, ever turn to being a U. S ally in the fight against terrorism that would go against everything they have ever stood for. And it would be to portray, as I say, a religiously binding, irreversible relationship that they have had with Al Qaeda for decades. Now, considering everything you've been telling me, do you think the United States military should have remained In Afghanistan. On balance. I think it was time for the United States to look towards the exit in Afghanistan. But this clearly wasn't the way to proceed. The Trump Administration set all of this up. Was a dreadful, one sided deal. It was a deal that demoralized and undermined our ally, the government in Kabul and set and created conditions in which the kind of chaos we've seen unfold was essentially inevitable. I think there was a much slower, more conditions based or conditional withdrawal that we could potentially have looked to do, but that would have necessitated a deal between the Taliban and the government in Kabul. That would have necessitated us to establish some kind of fall back longer lasting covert ability to counter terrorism from within Afghanistan rather than what we've done, which is to dissolve it all entirely. But it's largely about the conditions..

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Maureen Dowd Manufactures Fear Over Global Warming

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Maureen Dowd Manufactures Fear Over Global Warming

"I told you. I read comments to articles not just comments on my own. Columns columns have comments usually and i love reading them. 'cause that's the face of the of the world that reads that website right so the new york times has its readers and they are virtually to a person cardboard cutouts of leftist and is a fascinating thing through the comments. Maureen dowd columnist new york. Times had a hysterical piece on global warming. It's over it's just over death and mayhem. A greenland is disappearing. Antarctic is disappearing life on earth as we know it is disappearing been. I've been hearing this since nineteen ninety. It's now thirty years that everything is horrible. In the meantime by the way. I should just not to you a fact but facts. Don't bother these people and that fact is noted by bjorn. Lomborg the dane who writes about these matters. Fewer and fewer people die from climate related natural disasters. This is even true. Twenty twenty one despite breathless climate reporting over the past hundred years annual climate related deaths have declined by more than ninety six percent in the nineteen twenties. The death count from climate related. Disasters was four hundred. Eighty five thousand on average every year in the last full decade. It was eighteen thousand three hundred to ninety six percent lower. But this doesn't matter to to maureen down none of this matters.

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Nic Dowd scores in OT, Capitals beat Bruins 3-2 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Nic Dowd scores in OT, Capitals beat Bruins 3-2 in Game 1

"The capital squandered a pair of one goal leads before nic Dowd scored four forty one into overtime to complete their three two win over the Boston Bruins Tom Wilson Brendan Dillon also scored for the caps who finished the game with Craig Anderson in goal after VTech vantage check was injured early in the game Anderson finished with twenty one saves on twenty two shots Alex events can and T. J. Oshie each had two assists including on the game winner Jake DeBrusk Nick Ritchie talent for the Bruins who will try to even the series on Monday to grasp top twenty nine shots I'm the ferry

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Sprong Sends Capitals to 6-3 Win Over Eliminated Rangers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Sprong Sends Capitals to 6-3 Win Over Eliminated Rangers

"Daniel Sprong strikebreaking goal in the third period propelled the capitals to a six three victory over the Rangers Sprong put the capitals ahead for three of the four thirty seven mark in the final period before Niklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson added insurance tallies nic Dowd Conor Sheary garnet Hathaway also scored as the caps snapped a two game skid out so that you can return to the lineup after missing four games with a lower body injury but he went to the locker room after playing just thirty nine seconds in the first period and did not return Hathaway says they really had to work hard for the win she came together no it's about the best I can say you know it wasn't it wasn't pretty for awhile but I think we we managed their game in the end and come out with when the outcome puts Washington back into a first place tie with the penguins in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie

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Capitals Dominate Islanders 6-3 to Stay in 1st in East

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Capitals Dominate Islanders 6-3 to Stay in 1st in East

"Daniel Sprong scored twice and Evgeny Kuznetsov had a goal and two assists as the caps beat the islanders for the second time in three nights six three of course that's good at home and this is a team that we can face in the playoffs sorts big pressure to get to Robinson in a hard building that's playing now we are we got another game against my home strong was on the top line in place of Alex of educated who sat out the game with a lower body injury nic Dowd Gary Hathaway TJ Oshie also scored as the capitals stay one point ahead of Pittsburgh and for head of the islanders in the east division if anybody really eight Adam pelican JG Pageau talent for the islanders who have dropped five of seven to Washington I'm Dave Ferrie

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"dowd" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"dowd" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Didn't i didn't realize it you know they didn't think they didn't think anything of it either. I already taken the testosterone after they found out before they found out that i had a uterus. So that's where the that's the estrogens coming. So what you're seeing is on natural natural as i can get and It has changed my body quite a bit. People could not believe it. And so i got to the point where i could. I did a people. Were asking. Me is m i in my tomboy. A lesbian i guy in general because they kept second guessing me on that on. That's more embarrassing than this. Sure so how do you. How do you define yourself now. Someone asks but what do you say to say your emma. I i in my entire life and you just couldn't see it. That was the thing it was hidden. I only allowed people to see what i wanted to see. So yeah and it's not easy to do so. I'm glad that i had that opportunity to To be the person. I was supposed to be because i believe that everybody should and everybody should be happy and i was happy before. Don't get me wrong. I just was awkward. You know. Because i never i walked okay. I went to. I went to animal kingdom this past weekend. And i saw people looking at me and i was like i didn't know what to do here. What are we. Do you know. Because i'm so used to walking looking at my feet and that's a that's not. That's not a fun thing to do. And you know when you finally look up because you you feel good about yourself you know. It's a wonderful feeling but dinner like god. What am i look at down. Not look at them and contact no contact type of thing so it was a different situation and i have noticed that i have a lot now. I don't know why i do but I realized that either people don't look at me or they look at me and break their necks walking by. I don't want it conceded. Like that when i'm at all it just just good for you though that's great. Go from a place where people bullied you to now. People are looking at you in a different way. that's wonderful. yeah. I know my blisters are going to ask What is your parents say. Believe it or not. My parents were the where the hardest one i did. I came up with a four faced plan on how to do so. If it ever came out so i was going to start off by telling my closest friends because i knew i'd need that support in case when it got to my parents when i do then i wanted to discover what it was like to put on makeup and look like me. If i didn't look like me. I did not wanna look like a drag queen and i didn't wanna look like the guy address So that was always. The celtics fits the self exploratory. And then i went to the point where telling more and more people more and more friends people that wanted in my life but And people that i didn't care if they stayed or not either but they weren't my closest comment on people. The last one was with my parents at the end of stage. Three and then stage four is gonna be myself completely so I technically wanted to have my birthday last year as my stage. Four but it didn't work out like that so i'm technically in my stage for now getting used to things and this is what i'm finding about other things like garbage licenses. Mammon inquiry and stuff like that of course but my parents They really shocked me. Because i really thought they were going to. Reject me from the gecko. So i was scared and at i went to orlando About four or five weeks ago. And i was i wanted to. I wanted my my wife said. See the real meat so it was just me entire weekend and when i got back i didn't realize how miserable i was. I do not believe that. I put myself through that because i didn't know what the other side felt by so i came back and i'm like oh i can't do this. This is no way could do this. So that gave me the courage to talk to my mom and my dad and they said wow they said i loved you then i loved you now and i will always love you no matter what and that was so important to hear. It's ridiculous angry. I i understand they are. They're upset that. I didn't tell them about all this stuff you know. They're like you really should have come and talk to me and i'm like well. How do you tell somebody like that. I'm like i didn't know if you were going to reject me as a kid and i needed you. And they said why we're. Why weren't we the first ones to know as it. Because i didn't want to lose you. I was ready to lose you at that point. If that was the case. But i was never ready to lose you before you take what you could get from them them with a new about you and that was good enough for the thought of losing. That was devastating. I understand that it was it was an and i'm glad that i did because my dad's a little bit of a hard time with it. I'm not gonna lie. My dad's went on my facebook page and seeing all the guy's hitting on me and he started getting into that defensive daughter so he's having a little bit of a harder time with my mom but my mom is really cool with it now. I have not shown them myself as you see here. Seen a picture of me. But they've never met me like this person versus and i'm just trying. I'm trying to move in slowly. So i don't shock anybody. That was the key to all of. This was going slow and planning it out. Because i didn't want to hurt anybody from i didn't wanna freak anybody out. I care about too. Many people. And i hurt people i would. I would be devastated so my my thing is slow and steady wins the race. Yes and i got to think with so many people who who are different from the norm. And i said norm in quotes of course People who are gay people who are trans people who are like yourself that they never want to hurt anybody there. They're and they're usually very very loving people and so when they do actually come out so many people can become angry with them but a lot of time at anger is really more. The defense of we're feeling but there's so many other feelings we have. But anchors easiest one to identify angers easiest one to feel because the other ones are to've to and so that's what my listeners know that if you have anybody who is who does tell you a secret like this. That is not because they didn't want you to know it's because i wanted you to know but they don't know how to tell you that's exactly right. I mean that that is you. You hit the the nail on the head with that. One turned the key in the lock. I mean got it. I mean i. I didn't want to be a freak. And i felt like i was going to be that freak so i had to gain confidence in myself which took a long time you know. I consider what i did was like shackles on my arms and my on my ankles and i was locked inside of a prison and i did that to myself to protect me and my family on seventy eight eighty nine. Seventy eight to eighty three is a tough time. You know this is not expected. Even even when i was in high school was not accepted So I locked myself in prison and i just could not understand that the real me was not good enough to be accepted or above and so that was hard but when my friend came over and saw me without makeup and said holy crap. I can't believe that she didn't know it was me that broke one of those chains. My wife saw me that broke the chain and then when my other friends came over there and saw me dat broke that chain. And then when i was outside orlando i had the freedom i had my wings. Nothing was gonna keep me down. I was ready to soar to the to the moon and be and be myself and Then i told my parents. I got out of jail and i believe that the truth is the best so no matter what happens you got to tell the truth even if it hurts i think i think the only way i could i could do it with. Just go up to somebody. Tell them what it was. Put my hands to the side. So i'm not showing age form of a restraint and let them have what they were going to say to me. And that's okay. you know. They they have a right to feel angry. Ever the saturday of right. The feel anything so i listened to and i just said look i understand. You could be upset. I can understand if you wanna speak to me again. I can understand if you to be my best friend. I can understand if you want to punch me in the face but whatever it is talked to me i want to fix it. I want to make it better for you. And that's one thing. I'm so glad to hear that people have accepted you and hopefully people are saying that to you as well. What can we do to support you. I'm sure your support group is really thriving here really excited to be able to be around you and help you in any way this they can. I got about five six people and some of my regular friends were real. Supportive of it The best thing. I could tell anybody is just don't make don't make an issue of it. I'm a person. I'm not a label that's right you know i had. I haven't i have a condition but that doesn't make me less of a person. And i won't treat anybody else so any anybody else differently than i would wanna be treated myself so don't focus on one when i'm doing if i bring it up to you or you have a question. Of course i'll talk about. I'll tell you anything. No i'm not gonna hide that but don't make a focal point. Every time we see together you know. I want to go to the if i want to go to the mall with you and go shopping go shopping. Let's talk about what i'm going for mark. I want normal normalized normalized. Yeah because it is normal. It's totally normal. Yeah and see. I don't have the ability to get pregnant anymore. I have no. I've never been the prom queen or homecoming queen. Because i was never. I could never be nominated. I was never asked out by guy and brought to a dance i never had. I never had the experiences that every other girl has excellent parties. Going all and go in this spot with each other and doing stuff like that. I don't have that to hold future for that exactly so now that i'm able to do that. That's what i want to focus on. And and that's what i wanna do is i want to recapture the things. I couldn't and forget the things that i was denied and still can't have wonderful. No regrets now yes out has been pleasure. Have your my show today. If i want to find out more information about you and she made me follow you. Instagram or any other thing. You're doing where were they find their information online. Instagram has fallen angel. M and a facebook. You could just look a emily dowd. You can go to emma's diaries. At it's plural. I screwed up the url with that by dot com and that has all my links. I put up stuff. That i talk about some tips that i've learned from other other women along the way about makeup and you know things i review and stuff like this is pretty fun so kunai try to keep every day trying to keep everything doing wonderful. Thank you am. I really appreciate attack but he absolutely been love to talk to anybody that has that. Needs me. Excellent and you. I also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show here which ever portal. You join me today. Also please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life policy dot com. Be sure to follow me. Also media platforms under the name. James miller following except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..

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"dowd" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"dowd" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"With my normal day and just don't really have any friends. Yeah a talk about loneliness. How lonely were you came in. Imagine what it was like beverley. Because like even when i would come like my typical day from high school was i would come home. I would. I would leave about six. Am seven am to come back to. I'd have like an hour to myself. And then i would go to work and of course while i'm at school and when i'm at work i can't i can't be myself. I can't let let my guard down. So i will come back around nine ten o'clock at night. My mom was technically a working. When i got home. She was tired sleeping. So i would do my homework and that would be my happy i am. I guess i call it emma after dark. But it's it's where i i just let out i kept my sanity by doing let out and i would just i would. I would eat. Whatever i wanted to eat didn't care. Stay up as late as stayed up. I didn't care. I would go out and listen to music. I didn't care. I just i had fun and yeah so that kind of kept my my things under control. But i didn't have any friends had maybe one or two friends and that was it and i can only say i had like maybe one really really good friend and the rest of them were just like. I didn't trust him. I mean. I did trust him. I liked him. But i wouldn't have never told them this type of secret so i i never had sleepovers i because i couldn't do this all night. I never had anybody over my house over there for a little bit. You know i would try to things and then people got annoyed because it's like okay. I know guys like football. So i i am the be good and so i would literally bombard them with information that they didn't i you know. So then yeah. So they're like oh he's the weird one and it's like all right so i just i took to art. I took to writing. I took to other things that would help me express myself released my my sadness attention. But gimme some type of comfort and companionship. But my dog was great to exactly now. I know you're i know you're photographers about your on my show a couple years ago. We talked about that but the photographer you've done. The diversity diversity was muslim portfolio but exhibit. You had before the cultural diversity which is wonderful was helpful for you to dairy helpful because what that day was it allowed me to show the world my my world through my eyes so i can literally and if you notice it most of it was female and most of those costumes crazy costumes stuff i would wear. I would wear that it. That was me coming out in my in my photos but people just never really realized it. But i told stories to and i always focused on the ugly because i always thought ugly so i always saw that no matter how ugly something is. Something has a story in his beauty in it. Look so that's what i did. And that's what i did with my with my art work and it always has a big hit. The most powerful pitcher i've ever taken was called the fallen angel and most my most of my social media is fallen angel. It was my vision of myself an angel. The fallen from heaven rejected by everybody forced to live in in in isolation and pain and suffering and solitude and When i told my mom that she really freaked out she goes. I had no idea. But that's that's how i got through it but you can still see that no matter what she's pretty she's got strengths. She's got you possibly want but she just got put in a situation beyond your control to hear you say that it's do here all that strength. They hear all that resilience. How does he reconcile with that. Because they'd be bullied to be treated in such a way to ostracize casts out all of those things here. You talk about this. I mean you can talk about it with such ease. And i say that respectfully obviously what's going on inside of you because you're good at masking apparently the how. How is it for you to sit here. Hear yourself say this tell. Your story is a listener. How would you. How would you hear that honestly for me. It's very emotional i. It's very hard for me to even get on here today. Because i was like i was trying to figure out i was trying to like call myself down and i know it's emotional but the one thing that i always i could be probably when the angriest people you'd ever meet and i have every right to do but on the other hand i keep seeing that there's so much there's so much good i could do that. I decided to take all the hate that was ever thrown my way and turn it into something positive for not only me but the world around me. I wanted to make the world of beautiful place for people to live in. I wanted to give a smile to anybody that needs because i believe they need to see that smile and it makes them smile. Then i for reason. And that's what i'm going to do. I'm going to continue spreading love and sheer beauty. As any which way that i can push it amazing you are married. Tell me more about that. And that was talked. Imagine i honestly never had any interest in females. Honestly until i met my wife and never dated in school obviously either for obvious reasons so it was tough and when i got out of school in what i don't go to bars. Don't go to anything. I'm never gonna find anybody and i didn't know. I thought that i was going to be the way i was so i train. My brain to look at females and it was Right after school. I got married. Believe it or not. I met her. Read the ice palace I was i was at security guard and she was a ticker at the ice house. Tampa bay lightning play. And so we. We met do that and and she called me over. This is how we met at the who concert because the guy was dancing on the chairs and the holdup kind right at right on the state i said you can't you can dance or whatever you want. Just don't dance on this. You can get seriously hurt listens. You're heavy so he said okay so he went back he she did it again. He she called me over backwards like two or three times. The last time. I came up there What ended up happening was he had a box of he had a bag of cocaine that fell out of his out of his bail out of his leg when he got upset and had and had the tantrums. So that's how. I met my wife and you know honestly i didn't think any of this was ever gonna come out so i was. I really laid up. Good as best as i could but it was twice as hard on me because literally. I had somebody near me all the time so the only time i got to give myself a little bit of reprieve. Was it like eleven o'clock twelve o'clock at night when all my work was done and she was sleeping then it would come in and do my math dark year in this room so it was a lot of fun and It may it gave me a little bit of peace but what was really with the worst part was when she found out what was going on and i had to tell her and i didn't know with joshua i can't yeah i mean yeah so walk me through that so we'll be back up because you had been to have a did you have a hit to head or something i did. I came out my or friday really sick dog. And i don't believe in putting animals down because i have that mess and honestly i should be put down to because i'm suffering but i don't so i don't believe in that so he was sick and he was having some trouble and i came out in the morning to to pick him up out of the crib that we had him in so he wouldn't get hurt and i slipped on some urine for my other dog and i got pvc hole right in the very base in my head. I'm like right where the skull ends in the neck comes together. The soft part it blew that wide. Open my head on on the the magazine rack and then the tile floor. I was cold for a while i went. They said i went to the doctor. This that i had a concussion. But they didn't think it was going to be that major and It really was. Because when does it stop the testosterone naturally produced from those shots So last november two thousand nineteen. I started feeling that bump again. I said well see what happens because new bumper assessed. Yes so the testosterone actually made my ms works and it made me really sick. And i'm like. I don't want to risk this. I got too much to live for. So that's why. I said we'll put it out and see what happens so about actually. It's around this time last year. When she found out she came up and gave me a hug. And she said oh..

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"dowd" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"dowd" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Welcome to life. Algae i james miller your host and a licensed psychotherapist. I'm looking forward to spending this time with you. As we learned some pretty amazing life lessons. Let's get started. Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to listen to the show when you're done listening. I hope you take a minute and write a quick review on whichever radio podcast platform. You've heard this show. Your insights will help others to be inspired and encouraged. Today's episode is different from the usual format of the show. Where i teach you a life lesson that prepares you so you have a better understanding of what my guests will be talking about. One thing i love about life. Algae is our life. Experiences may be completely different but we all feel the same types of emotions. Listen to my guess story here. The emotions that were experienced and reflect a time when you experience similar emotions and doing so you'll start to realize that people who seem so different than us are not so different after all. I have a very special guest today. Who in two thousand and twenty a life. Changing event occurred exposing a secret. He held for forty years. He was a hermaphrodite and now he's body showed forcing him to live the true life and tell the story of struggle in achievement welcomed by show. Emma taher you it is such a pleasure to meet the this version of you. I had the pleasure of actually meeting you. Back in two thousand and seventeen when i was part of a majority of broadcasting group. So it's a pleasure to meet this version of your this truth with you. The true self. Yes he wouldn't yeah. It's quite fascinating. I i told you in. The pre call was the facebook. God's connected as soon as we connected back in two thousand seventeen. But when i saw the pictures review on your facebook profile it just seventy just seemed off and i don't say that as i'm some psychic or something but in my field in psychology it's easy to look at different people how comfortable they feel themselves and the pictures i saw i could tell you just didn't feel comfortable and that is noted it and filed it away for another day. I suppose today you're you're totally right though. I was not comfortable in myself. And i had to wear big your closing to hide some things and it was. It was a struggle was really mistrial. District's plan to people. What does hermaphrodite. What does that mean. A hermaphrodite is means. You're born with both genitals or both reproductive system or both Just and now they're not always one of them's not always functioning. Is that correct correct. Yes yeah and i know. He's an expert in this. I an expert more expert in psychology. But i can definitely speak more of a conversational level of what this is. I do know that the intersex that category is an umbrella of umbrella term for individuals who have different characteristics than to quote binary male. Female the typical. I use that word in quotes typical gender assignment when it comes to male female correct that's correct now individuals who do watch this. I totally butcher. That i know that so i know you can feel free to correct me that i'm totally all right. So let's talk about you so for you for forty one years this you had a secret. What when you were born. What what does your parents say what will happen there. I really didn't know that was the funny thing. 'cause they'd kept it really quiet too so the thing about it was. I didn't know until i was in about eleven th grade because i went into I had the male genitals but the female reproductive system ahead inside so nobody's and and what ended up happening was i went. I went to the doctor because they started having like this pain underneath my one of my nipple and i thought oh my goodness could probably be cancer so i decided because i was eighteen at the time actually was eighteen. My junior year. Believe i graduated when i was. I didn't get held back because of grades. It just that's how it ended up in a move down here so I had a actual insurance. I had everything. You can imagine a job so i went and paid for it. I didn't want to get my mom and dad upset in. There was nothing well when i went there. They took it and they said that. Usually breath brushed developments. What they said. Can we take a blood sample. And do a hormone. You know check. Ryan came back that i had a hundred percent of the same levels as biological female profession. Oh yes and. I shouldn't have shouldn't have that at all so what they did. They put me on testosterone regimen and that helps stop the breast development but also cost me my hair. It gave me a little bit of a goatee. And that's about all. I ever got from it and i never had never really had shaped patriots and Just some other little little odds and ends. That made me stick out more as a man which made easier p for you know because you have to sit there and change out and then it was probably later that year or even my into my senior year. I can't remember exactly what i thought. I had a bleeding. And i started having that early but i just kind of put it off because the cancer is more so i went and got a sonogram or ultrasound. I can't remember which when they did but it turned out that they found out. I had a uterus and it was working uterus. I did not have. I did not have a bleeding at all. But i was losing blood so technically it was a functioning problem and i just had no way of expelling it so i got very very sick once a month. Wow wow i'm sure some people listening to your if you've never heard of something like this which unfortunately is it's very common in many people many people don't ever find out like yourself you find out later on some people do not and so there. Is this the spectrum of knowledge and of course ignorance for for many people as well. I wanna go back. How was it for you as a child. I mean did you. Did you feel different than anybody else. I did completely especially like in kindergarten. You know how we had those little sections where you do like different types of activities to help stimulate growth and stuff but we have house and they always made me play the wrong roles. It's like either be the father. The brother the mother grandfather such. I didn't relate to that i'm like why are you this so i would just like walk away. Go play by myself. Of course got in trouble with teachers. you know. he's not being social and stuff so all right. That's a problem. And then one time i came home. 'cause i always thought of female acted like a female everything i came home in in my I told my mom that. I wanted to marry my friend. Michael bogart and she goes. Oh no you can't do that. And was right in front next door neighbor so he completely like making fun of me on putting my mom on edge and she goes look. I don't care what you say she goes but you say it and how you don't say it outside and so then when i real and she goes you got act like a boy and that's really the first time i was told i was a boy so what i did was. I decided not to ever let that horrifying experience of watching my parents get humiliated and megan humiliated. So i kind of regressed and became like a hermit. I i call it. I was hiding places. And i didn't have anybody to look out to kind of understand what a guy is about because i have a younger brother but he's younger he wouldn't have known yet m. I doubt traveling all the time. So what i would do is. I would watch other boys in school. I would mimic what they liked. Admendment what they do and how they say. And i would make sure that i checked everything so i didn't have like these mannerisms or i didn't say anything that would bring on that. That situation where people would be like. What's wrong with her. What's wrong with him as you get and it slipped out one time and i got severely bullied for the rest of my brother rest of my childhood really and they were wrong but they still voted me to the point of of of major problems. I mean they through. I have to wear makeup now. Because i have scarves all the way down this year and over here because they threw Bones deletion on that stuff that you build with straight off face. I lost half my eyebrows. Don't have all my eyebrows at the draw that in I also got fertilizer thrown in my face and down my mouth. So that kind of screwed up so i had my close stapleton. My back i had. I was hit by a car. A couple of times not directly but just enough to click with the with the mirror on purpose so this horrible things and i pretty much just avoided everybody. I didn't know who to trust. I didn't know how i could be safe so my idea was just shut up. Do i need to do to get out of school and just go on.

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Ovechkin leads Capitals past Flyers for fourth straight win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ovechkin leads Capitals past Flyers for fourth straight win

"Alex eventually netted his seven hundred sixteenth career goal and Carl Haglund added a goal and an assist in the capital's fourth straight win five for Philadelphia Haglund says his team is playing well right now I think we've done a good job coming out with a lot of energy each game the middle score the first goal and you can see we're doing pretty good job too defensively well that's composed within one of tying Phil Esposito for sixth on the NHL's career goals list twenty fired a wrist shot in the second period to put the caps up for two Nick Jensen Daniel Sprong and nic Dowd also scored for Washington which is one eighty nine no one Patrick James van Riemsdyk Shayne Gostisbehere Claude Giroux scored for the flyers who have lost four of five I'm Dave Ferrie

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Nic Dowd, Washington Capitals hold on to beat Philadelphia Flyers

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Nic Dowd, Washington Capitals hold on to beat Philadelphia Flyers

"Scores twice, including an empty netter with under a minute left that makes them breathe a little easier, Nick tells NBC Sports Washington. I think we need to do a better job of basically stepping on teams an accident in the game there, but you've got great goaltending. Let's back this up, and I think we've done a good enough job of getting herself. How could lead and But yeah, that's not gonna cut it Come later in the season, eh? So what? We'll figure that out, though. John Carlson also scores a goal for his 5/100 career NHL point caps have won seven of eight men's college hoops conference tournament time delivers an upset in a near shocker. Big East Quarterfinals

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Ovechkin scores No. 715 to lift Capitals past Flyers 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Ovechkin scores No. 715 to lift Capitals past Flyers 5-3

"The capital scored a pair of goals about the first and second periods only five three win over the flyers Washington to the one of the first period lead on a goal by Alexander will that's given the Lafayette tied the game on a power play goal by Travis correctly the capital's regained the lead on a goal by Connor Shuri John Carlson in the three one of the second period became for one late in the period on a goal by nic Dowd who also closed the scoring in the third period with an empty net goal Ivan Provorov and Scott Laughton also scored for the flyers Michael long ago Philadelphia

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Trump to attend GOP's spring donor retreat

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Trump to attend GOP's spring donor retreat

"Trump is scheduled to speak at the cpac conference on sunday while americans go about living their lives. Political reports trump is expected to attend the rnc upcoming spring donor. Retreat in april quote. The rnc's donor. Retreats are a prime stop for future presidential candidates who use the events to establish relationships with wait for it. Major contributors Back with us tonight. Abc veteran washington journalists and associate editor and columnist over a real clear politics and matthew. Dowd he is the founder of country over party. We should point out. He is a texan. Who has a new appreciation for a hot shower. Since the cold dark outage of late and in the past matthew was chief strategist for the bush. Cheney presidential effort Back in oh four Welcome to you both. Ab you right with your usual candor and clarity quote just six weeks. After a deadly insurrection against the us government republicans are past their horror and hopping eagerly back on the trump train. The new twenty twenty one ticket price. They must buy into his big lie. That brings us to the question a. b. if trump is the banner under which they all must run under which they all must try to raise money he lost. How can that be a winning strategy. Whatever he says goes so you saw that. Nothing made it more clear than the house. Gop whip steve scalise going on tv. The sunday after his visit mar-a-lago where apparently they just talked about their families and how chill and relaxed. The president has been in his post presidency period at his resort and he just could not bring himself to say that this was a free and fair election. He said yes. Legitimately biden one when he was pressed by jonathan karl of abc news because elector said that on december fourteenth basically. He said a lot of sing. Swing states just didn't follow their own state laws and a lot of people are very concerned so what you do is instead of spreading the big lie. You never defy trump. You never disavow it and you never spell it you sit and you never discuss. How pernicious and dangerous. It is liz cheney and adam her and others have you just sort of try to circle around it because quote your constituents buy into it. And that's what's gonna keep you in trump's orbit if you want to keep your job in twenty twenty two. Matt voters have a funny way of kind of market testing ideas on their own and figuring out what. And what's gonna fly. How is this gonna fly especially in republican tightly contested suburban races two years from now. Well i think it does well in republican primaries. So i think that's the issue and that's the real problem for the republicans right now. They know that. Donald trump tests eighty eighty five percent popularity among the voters at will participate in republican primaries even in republican primaries in purple states or in suburban districts. That are swing districts. The problem is every time they venture into capturing that republican primary voth it more and more offense the people in the general election so it gets okay in a red state or deep red district to do that but when you start to try to win in suburban areas around houston suburban areas around dallas suburban areas in michigan suburban areas in california. It becomes exceedingly problematic. An i think that's the problem there in though it doesn't seem like they're in any way trying to confront that general election problem that they just keep pushing that often it's somehow they think is going to solve itself. It's almost as if they're going through this primary. They did in two thousand fifteen in twenty sixteen where they thought that donald trump problem would salve itself or he would peter out or nobody would deal within or somebody else would handle it and they didn't have to and then what they ended up having donald trump the republican nominee and then donald trump the republican president and now donald trump the republican president. So i do think it's his party. I don't think there's any question anymore that it's donald. The drill pay party is now the trump party and everything that donald trump does from town to what he cares about to. The conspiracy pushes is the republican party.

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South slammed by winter storm, millions left without power in Texas

Here & Now

05:46 min | 1 year ago

South slammed by winter storm, millions left without power in Texas

"O'Dowd. This is here and now much of the country is in the path of a major winter storm today that is icing over roads, closing airports and causing rolling power outages for millions of Americans. Oklahoma City plunged to a record low six degrees below zero this morning. The last time I got even close to that cold was more than a century ago, Alana Roach to a reporter at the Texas Tribune woke up to an unfamiliar scene here. She is with her four year old daughter, Remmy and 17 month old son, Patrick. We are in Austin, Texas, on Welcome this morning to see what outside Ram Snow. Yeah. What do you want to do in it today? No angels and I'm Valley. No man's Yeah. How beautiful is our backyard? And that scared? It may look good. It may look beautiful, but it's also dangerous. Joining us now is Mark Elliott, a meteorologist and storms specialist at the Weather Channel based in Atlanta. Mark busy day Thanks for making time for us. Absolutely. You're not kidding. And then first let's focus in on Texas because we do not hear about snow and cold like that very often. How unprecedented have the conditions been in Texas? I mean, by all measures. This is just an incredible weather pattern that led to some incredible weather. That's really not done yet. I mean, as an example, you're just hearing from that family in the Austin area. They're gonna have single digit low temperatures when they wake up tomorrow morning, which is on Lee happened eight times in the long Recorded history of the Austin area. I mean, this is an impressive cold air outbreak by all measures and to see the snow across Texas. Very impressive as well. San Antonio officially had six inches of snow from this storm. Wow. Well, this has been going on for a few days because there was recently that terrible pile up around Fort Worth where nine people died on and now looks like every county in Texas is under a state of emergency. And we're seeing millions of people there who don't have power because of the burden on the power grid. It's just so great. So how dangerous is a storm like this? Yeah, I think it's a little bit under appreciated. How? How stress the body can get over When underneath these extreme cold conditions, You have to take all kinds of precautions. I mean, everyone was saying, you know, don't go traveling unless you absolutely have to, and I think most people are listening to that. But, you know, have blankets in the trunk of your car. In case you do get stuck somewhere Know where those extra blankets are in your house. In case you're you know, you lose power for an extended period of time. It is not a comfortable thing to go through. We'll put it that way, Right. And when windshields are that low in a place like Texas, where it doesn't happen very often, it might be worth it. For people to know. Like, what does it feel like? And how dangerous how long can you be exposed to that kind of weather? You know, and single digit temperatures like we are forecasting into central, even portions of southern Texas along with wind chills. That will be even colder than that when you could get frostbite outside in a matter of minutes, So, yes, it's fun, right? Do you have the kid? There's a fun side to this novelty of snow in Texas. But you do need to protect your skin. You need to make sure that you're Getting breaks and getting warmed up because you can really get hurt if you're out there too long. Yeah, And it is not just Texas. As we said neighboring Oklahoma. They've gone days now without getting above 20 F and even Seattle has gotten about a foot of snow. So how widespread is this system across the country? Yeah, A couple of different storms are rotating through what's a a bigger trough of low pressure across, say, the eastern two thirds of the country but then that Trump also extends into the Pacific Northwest. So that's the storm pattern. Storm's coming into the Pacific Northwest, diving very far south into you know, central or even southern Texas and then turning the corner going through the mid south and eventually into the Northeast corridor. So Everybody along that path is seeing ice or snow. Anyone north of that path is in the extreme cold air. And, yes, there is another storm waiting in the wings. So many of the same areas that we've been talking about are going to get snow again for the middle and end of the week, including North Texas. The Dallas area could see significant snow again. Little Rock could see significant snow Memphis could see significant snow. I mean, these are areas that don't get snow every season. So to be talking about it twice in one week is just one more example of how incredible this weather pattern really is. I mean, is it normal? I guess what you've been describing No, it's not normal, actually. So what's causing it all to happen? Yes, So there's there's a loaded question, right? Because weather will always happen and, you know, long term averages are made up of weather extremes on so it's winter. You're going to see winter weather, but you don't see this kind of winter winter weather every year, and a lot of people are like, Oh, it's so cold. You said climate change and global warming. There is a you know, ironic component to that that as the polls warm at different levels, it messes with the polar vortex. I'm sure people have remember hearing about that from a couple years ago as that slows down that strong corridor of wind around the Arctic that keeps that cold air locked up. It gets all kinds of wiggly and wobbly And that happens all the time. That polar vortex is always there. But this is an impressive wobble if you will. So all that Arctic air spilled into the lower latitudes where the U. S is and that cold air is, you know, we're really feeling the impact right now. Marc Elliot, the weather Channel. Thank you so much for your time.

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Guentzel's winner lifts Penguins by Capitals 4-3 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Guentzel's winner lifts Penguins by Capitals 4-3 in shootout

"J. counsel was the lone player to score in the four round shoot out and did so before Casey DeSmith stopped Alex Ovechkin to preserve a four three shoot out win for the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Washington Capitals Evan Rodrigues Colton CV your and Markus Paterson all scored their first goals of the year for Pittsburgh dismissed made twenty saves as well as for more in the shoot out as Mike Sullivan penguins won their first game of the year to give ourselves the best chance to win each and every night we we need to have that sort of effort but also playing with a sense of purpose nic Dowd a veteran and Nicklas Backstrom all netted goals and Ellie a Sam song off the twenty four saves but Washington dropped to two oh one one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Election misinformation is still spreading

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Election misinformation is still spreading

"Lies and unfounded allegations about the us election. Continue to circulate and though we talk about facebook and twitter a lot critic say youtube hasn't been doing nearly enough to prevent the sharing of videos making false or misleading claims. Seventy one percent of americans say they use the website according to pew research and over a quarter of. Us adults get news from it. All this is a topic for quality assurance where we take a second. Look at a big tech story rebecca. Hi awhile is a reporter for boxes open sourced project you to stance with some of the videos that just proclaimed trump one is that you know the election already happened. It's not technically interfering in the democratic process anymore. But of course other people would disagree with that characterization and say it's promoting a lot of doubt in the electoral integrity. So a lot of average people would probably call election misinformation certainly not being removed from youtube. There's a lot of frustration that this platform has played a really large role in just sewing. Dowd and creating confusion another concern. Is that even though you to. Maybe making it harder for people to find that content that doesn't stop people from sharing direct links on other platforms. And that's one way. This content sort of slips through the cracks. That's exactly right in one sense. Youtube is saying we are ticking borderline videos and taking them away from our search results but none of these platforms existent vacuum and they really aren't coordinated in the most optimized way to make sure that it's not jumping from one place to another one of youtube tubes other strategies has been to de monetize video so not allowing ads on misinformation. How effective has that been a lot of the videos. That i saw were not from channels. That are on youtube to make a lot of money. They're just random videos that sort of allege voter fraud in some capacity and they amass views so that strategy might work for a channel that really needs youtube to survive. But for someone who's just trying to add to the confusion. It's not clear like that move would really be particularly helpful. It seems like youtube has escaped a lot of the pressure that facebook and twitter have been under and they have responded by slapping labels on content or removing it. Why do you think Youtube has gotten a pass. Facebook was the tax story in the aftermath of the two thousand sixteen election. And so much of what we discussed regarding tack and politics has centered around facebook. It's given researchers and journalists that data tool that makes it easier to get a peek into what's getting attention on its own platform and i don't think youtube is really been pressured to do the same. Which means that you can't look at it and brees attention about things that are sort of going viral in the same way and there is maybe another test coming for these social media platforms with the possibility of corona virus vaccine and misinformation related to that. Do you expect anything different when it comes to preventing vaccine misinformation. So i think something. That's really interesting. As youtube said it will ban covid nineteen vaccine misinformation. So it's actually said you can post something. That's going to contradict the world health organization or local health authorities. About what the nature of a covid. Nineteen vaccine lennon. If one does arrive obviously there's a lot of attention on that now because of the announcement from pfizer but you know beyond that rule. There are other signs that youtube is going to take a similar approach in to the election into other topics that get a lot of attention like this so you know pushing authoritative content trying to rely on officials to sort of divert people to what they're saying and pushing fact checks and things like that rebecca. Hi awhile is a reporter for vox. Youtube says the most popular videos about the election and its search results are from quote authoritative news organizations though it won't say paul qualifies as authoritative

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Donald Trump is Expecting a Red Wave

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Trump is Expecting a Red Wave

"In tight races in many battleground states. The president said he was expecting a red wave on Election Day, and ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd says that's a one appears to be happening. Donald Trump's supporters are turning out even in greater numbers than they did in 2016 on Control of Congress. ABC News projects the Democrats Retain control of the house. In the Senate. Democrat Doug Jones lost the former Auburn football coach, Tommy Tub, Orville in Colorado. Former governor John Hickenlooper invested incoming Republican Cory Gardner. I want to thank Senator Gardener for his service. I wish him his family the very best I want to say to everyone that voted for him. I'll be your senator as well. ABC NEWS Also projection Come in South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham will win re election with continuing coverage Richard CAN to ABC News You're listening to the on ly coverage as a source for Election Night returns in New England. The

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Millions of Americans Voting Early in What Could be Record Election Turnout

Brian Mudd

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Millions of Americans Voting Early in What Could be Record Election Turnout

"S elections projects is over 27 million of cast early voting ballots. That's about 20% already of the total vote count of the 2016 election. Another 55 fatalities reported yesterday to the States Coronavirus death toll awaiting the new report from the Health Department today yesterday more than 2500 new cases were reported. And for the first time in over six months, the Miami immigration Courthouse is open. It's back to business, but it's not business as usual. Is Uncle Sam resumes in person Deportation proceedings Today, masks are required. But Miami immigration attorney Tammy Fox is a cough says they've been given no information about other courthouse safety protocols. And she says other immigration courts that have tried to reopen have not been successful. These immigration courts that have reopened, have re opened for a day and then closed the next day, then reopened for a day, then closed for two days. There's no notice on their operation. There's a major backlog of cases due to the shutdown, leaving hundreds of thousands of immigrants in limbo, waiting their day in court. When did Grossman NewsRadio 6 10? Coyote showers, thunderstorms? It's all increasing with a large low pressure system located about 700 miles southeast of Bermuda. It is expected to develop into a hurricane. Leader this week. Tropical depression number 27, which will be named Absalon when it does take a look right now on Wall Street, negative trading across the board. Dowd just dropped 4.5 points in 28,602 NASDAQ off 6.5 points. Yes, and peace down by two more news at 11 30 more Brian Mud on the way I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio. 6 10 w y o D fly from South Florida

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Q And A With Alex Potter And Rob Maurer

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Q And A With Alex Potter And Rob Maurer

"Everybody robbing our here today, we are joined live by Alex Potter off Piper Sandler Alex Cover Tesla for a long time, we've had him on the podcast a couple of times. So today we're just going to go through. You know everything that has changed in the last few months with Tesla. Alex. is on a lot of research autonomy on energy and then we're also gonNA talk a little bit about Battery Day We are GONNA be doing Q. and A.. So on Alex's side, they have their investors pepper sandler investors are going to be asking some questions and on my end If you WANNA, ask questions on Youtube feel free to do that. We're going to select a few of those to you also go through So thanks for joining Alexander Smith, and you want to add to that Andrew. I don't think so very much looking forward to it. As Rob mentioned I'm analyst at Piper Sandler. I cover Tesla and for our institutional clients were dowd right now you can. I know there's a Q. A. Function. So Jessen corporate access watching that, and if you have any questions, you would like test me or or rob. You can either use that function or you can send me an email I've got my emails up here. as well. So maybe I don't know what do you want to I'll ask you to do an intro. You introduce yourself I my audience understands who you are and then all of the same. Sure. Yes. Oh. My Name's Roy Moore. I have been a retail investor in Tesla since two thousand, thirteen I started doing the Tesla daily sort of. podcast back in August twenty seventeen the reason I did that was just because I saw a lot of misinformation out there in the media and I thought a lot of investors were having trouble getting good accurate information in a timely manner I felt like I can help with that just because I was doing so much research on the company every single day. So just on a whim, sorta started Tesla daily as podcast, and since then it's grown, I took a fulltime last year on Youtube and over the last year of we've gained about one, hundred, thousand subscribers. So a lot of people definitely interested in Tusla and interested in it from an investment perspective. and I'm lucky to be joined by people like Alex Lincoln, help us understand that. And also has more or less has a monopoly on the question asking. Comes to the quarterly earnings calls as well. I might add so if Obviously the test approach during these earnings calls is is atypical, but for institutional investors and another sell CIDERS You know when we started seeing this say dot com stuff it was sort of Sort of jarring a little bit odd. But for those who are unaware. that works by vote process. So people like rob and others they submit questions on behalf of retail investors and then they get up voted and rob because of the quality of his questions and get basically. Five out of five or something. Questions while you're limited so only. I've cut myself down to two because it's you know everyone should have an opportunity and not everybody else audience. So. That's generous. All right. Okay. So how do you want to do this route I? This is this is going to be the third time that Robin I've had discussion. That's been sort of a an interview. Interviewer interviewee sort of a a a setup but I think this time and we can do it that way as well. I know that we've got some topics we want to get through but then after after that, we can open up to Q. and A., and if nobody has been accused or as than Robin Top, we'll ask her own questions. Yes I think I want to start off with just your last couple of notes since we last talked again as did the the big updates deep dives on both the energy business and the economy business, and that's something that particularly retail investors have been frustrated with. I don't know if it's you know institutions or Wall Street or analyst in general, just not really modeling for those things and so I just like to you know go through what your models are sort of showing and the thought process that you approach them with I don't know that's a broad question. So I guess we're GONNA Kinda start wherever without. So I think it's. It's not just retail investors that are frustrated with it. I mean I think that investors in general are frustrated with IT A. Topics in particular software autonomy, self-driving row taxis. But then also the. Stationary storage business energies are or the. Batteries. Gigantic Mega Pack, Grid scale type batteries a lot of people they approach these topics without really knowing what to do with it like how'd you build a model? in the first place, it's not like the auto business where we're getting tons of data from lots of different regions market share pricing you know people are tracking these things on a daily basis and you can. You can track Tesla's progress. You have a much harder time doing something similar in the stationary storage business like if I was to ask you. How many megawatt hours of stationary storage were installed last month and what Tesla's market share within that in Europe was. People would be like I have no I don't I don't have any of the Ammo to answer that question, but they answer those questions daily for the auto business. Right so partially, it's a question of you know data availability partially, it's also a question of PNL contribution like these topics aren't a big enough needle mover today in terms of what Tesla's going to do in any given quarter. So people just don't devote as much bandwith to it. but that being the case. Especially, the bigger the market cap gets hired valuation goes the more you have to consider. Pieces of the business like this that you know at least if you're GonNa believe, you must take him at his word that these parts of the business. Core right and potentially at one point going to be as large or larger than the automotive business. If that's even the right zip code, then you can't just continue ignoring them. So you know we firstly published a big sort of deep dive on. On autonomy and The soffer opportunity. Then we did a note that wouldn't know that I would call it a deep dive on the energy business because we're still sort of getting our feet wet there But. Yeah. I. I don't know if you had an opportunity to read them that. They get a little bit detailed But. It was educational, one way or another, and at least now we have a framework for thinking through You know how big these businesses could potentially be, and

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"dowd" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"dowd" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He better on the steamer against this team we don't know that so well we did really doubt report you did see the Dowd report right I certainly did yes yeah okay so I mean but I'm he agreed to this I'm I'm more of a guy that says should be all over number Basil but it certainly one of the best ever but he agreed to it and we don't live up to our great but that's how I feel about it okay well I I would say this I would say yeah but you know and sports contracts you know how many times have we seen football players signed four year contracts for eighty million dollars and after two years the team says you know what you haven't played up to a twenty million dollar a year contract we're cutting you know and they get a couple of million and that's the end of it I don't feel to see through bad for them but you know contracts can be flexible over time and and also rose made a big mistake again Giamatti would have let him off the hook earlier would have been a year's suspension six month suspension do a mea culpa admit what you did and will move on and you'll be back in the game instead he said no no the open insisted on it and he got the lifetime ban as a result made a mistake big mistake but you know you look at what he did on the field in the example he set on the field and that's something that you can't really ignore so if you're putting up a hall of fame for the greatest players in the sport I think you have to include him and you have to make it very clear on his plaque he bet on baseball he violated the cardinal rule and that's why it took him so long to get in don't let people forget that but I don't know that you hold it against somebody for the rest of their lives to the wrong thing it's going to Tony Connecticut you're on the fan Tony a richer thanks for taking my call so three quick points the first one has to do with the Astros cheating scandal line older technology was a big factor in this and what if what if we use technology to prevent it in other words instead of the catcher using hand signals what if they just click the quicker or said fastball curve you wanted to a speaker into that pictures cap or something so using technology to overcome the cheating so that's that's one thought I had and just a couple other things you know that's that's come up and now I think if they can do that in a way that it can't be intercepted like you can't jam the signal or you can't hack into the signal that's great you know I'm even thinking people read lips so the catchers advance fall or separate too loud they would use a parabolic Mike an amplified so they can get here I mean now that you can overcome almost anything but if they can come up with a way to do a little buzzer that that keeps of a signal away so you can get all the video you want you won't know that be great so and then the other thought was with the ownership of the of the mac situation and comparing that to the next so he's going back to that of the ownership and I know that match that you're disappointed I'm a Yankee fan but I like watching the match what guarantee is there that Colin is going to be a good owner I mean I've last I checked a lot of guys with a lot of money like to make money more than anything else I don't know if there's any guarantee that he's going to be the kind of owner that you know commit to championships first is the kind of owner who commits to make millet like what happened in Miami making a lot of money and clicking the so there there is that I mean we're told these huge Mets fan huge baseball fan he owns a percent a mess anyway and that you know he really wants them to win and he's willing to spend his money put his money where his mouth is however give you the example of David temper nail of longtime Steeler partial owner bought the you know the Carolina Panthers and he fired Ron Rivera who got another job in a second who's considered to be a good coach he basically told Greg Olson yeah Greg and maybe this isn't the place for you and Greg also still a very good player I don't think cam Newton is going to be back he hires rule for seven years almost seventy million dollars and untested college coach who had one year as an assistant line coach in the NFL so he's spending money he's doing things differently his way but is that going to work man maybe it is I mean maybe this is the the new trend give these guys long term contracts and let him work it out and become great coaches maybe maybe it serve you know reinventing the wheel but just because you have money and you have the means to spend that money doesn't mean you're going to be a great honor he could make the same mistakes that a lot of millionaire billionaire owners have made over the years look at Dan Snyder huge success in his business what some money you know money can't spend in his lifetime and I think we agree that he's not done very well by the Washington franchise true in Patchogue you're on the fan through Hey Richard pleasure talking to you man thank you what's doing I like to just mention that I think everybody should be getting that would need players and did a major state they sign a code of ethics and moral code as they could be rose was that gambling is prohibited and and that's a big thing especially his own sport and I came to the Astros it wasn't so much dealing signs because they've been stealing signs beginning of baseball from Wrigley Field in the school board to the guys second base with the bullpen catcher dealing with binoculars it was the fact that they use technology that is prohibited from using technology.

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"dowd" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"dowd" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"From I. Don't even mind your debate on the bait come stuff. I think we have all that out. It's been I hope it's been for me a great conversation. Sation hope people find it interesting. Find it engaging and is there anything else we should mention about your work. We've mentioned the the book. Thank God. Thank God revolution. I no longer. I was still a techno optimist I still was techno Utopian I believe that evolution was all about humans and that we were part of a process process that was ongoing and complexity. Now no longer things so the ten percent of that book I no longer agree with. I really no longer grew so. I don't even sell my own book anymore. But the The pro inter-faith course absolutely one hundred percent. I'm right there. And the and the Post Dune conversations that are all freely available and my main website is the great story Dot Org Thaw Great Story Dot Org and if you just click on. What's new all of my past sermons and everything else and you? Oh you know. I'm all over youtube although there is there's a Michael Dowd. That's the most notorious police officer New York City history and so there was a movie about got him a few years ago. So if you Google Michael doubt there's a lot of stuff on him and a lot of stuff on me but yeah the Great Story Dot Org and especially post doom dot com is where people can find out all kinds of stuff about what I'm up to now these but I do. I really enjoyed it. Didn't seem like it because I got defensive a few times. I apologized for that but I knew that this is going to be a mud wrestling sling match and I appreciate you having me on and and doing what you do and doing it. Well so thank you. And I and I'm sorry I didn't it allows you to play the Judith Curry thing just I'm just not interested in debating. What one or two or three or four scientists say because I'm listening also to the hundreds absorb more who are saying things about sea level rise for example that are quite convincing to me? Michael thanks again for being on and doc enjoyed it. Thanks Alex thanks again to Reverend Michael Dowd for joining me today on skeptical I do have a few questions Russians. I would tee up from this interview and the first has to do with what I call the junk of the -cation of science. Now there's a a lot of debate. That is reasonable and important to have about climate but the one thing I think is beyond bait is that we're witnessing an unprecedented level of manipulation of science junk science and we have to begin to ask ourselves selves. What is really behind that and the second question I guess that? It up. And I asked it in the show and it's it's always interesting to.

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"dowd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"dowd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dowd's attorney says the government cooked up the charges to make him a scapegoat. Serious in this country. We take it very seriously. In this case these charges. His being Frank. Plan in simple. In this case, the government just. Just. Other companies and executives have faced lawsuits from a growing list of state and local governments looking to hold them accountable for the epidemic. That's led to more than seventy thousand deaths in twenty seventeen. Meanwhile, lawyers across the country recruiting clients for potentially crippling new wave of sexual abuse lawsuits against the boy scouts past payouts. Have already seriously strained, the organization's finances that hasn't ruled out filing for bankruptcy. But now the threat is increasing because a number of states are moving to create a new legal window so victims of long ago abuse. Consumer now bankruptcy filing could prove crippling to the boy scouts. It. Could also result in lower payouts. The people who were molested as youngsters by scout masters or other volunteers blue states are keeping a close eye on the supreme court, which appears ready to uphold the Trump administration's plan to ask about citizenship on the twenty twenty cents. There seems to be a clear divide between the liberal and majority conservative justices in the case that could affect how many seats states. Have in house of representatives and their share a federal dollars over the next decade? Opponents gathered outside of the supreme court.

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"dowd" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:36 min | 3 years ago

"dowd" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Dowd so here and we are back to all beer inside the seasonings recording from Cassa di Nona live to tate. I end your supreme ruler Killer Carpe Diem along with my why panel or what would latkes lackey's Tristesse along Akis but like he shoots Kurt time timber aw yeah that's starting. I guess my director of racial relations and Video Games we have Phil Racial Director Tur- of drunk and invading Chinese culture because he's married to a Chinese woman see money and director of weight loss to nominal Mr also we lost weight loss the numbers domino domino no and as we done every episode one <hes> we're doing tastings usual not as per usual just as Utah. I like ask her so I assigned beer starts to myself. Mixmaster Valence E-MONEY misruled school has been reprieved this week for his taste of Vermont's three episodes that was two years yeah. It was three straight years achievable so I assigned money. Couple styles unfortunately could make it into a beer store because he's got laser eyeballs now so I ended up picking up the beers we're starting with both see money styles thank you the first one was a blonde or golden lager. I assign him and I got from the ACIDY. Voted rose from CONNEC. Check we go hell hell. It's it's like a Health Margaret. Missing the ails angels okay so ultimate effort to create a Pale lager. The hell is the Quinta sense of Bavaria Craftsmanship of brewing beer that started three thousand years ago is calm summer yeah yeah I'd Miss Site Avocado develop Senate randomly newly developed in response to the overwhelming popularity that the checks pills were received in Germany since its invention in eighteen forty two by Joseph girl check's pills ner in Germany received achieved in Germany so maybe move from the checks Germany's celebrate however took another fifty years before the Vinyl Vinyl version of hell was brewed commercially for the first time in eighteen ninety four by the spot in brewery Pale blonde lager multi indelicate with generous and persistent head nose or upfront bitterness and a dry finish with a lingering noble aroma coming. Dr Towel is Bruce Ingredient Quality German malts and hops with traditional brewing methods to recreate this style in his purest expression Jordan. It is coming in at five A._B.. With twenty five I._B.. You draw smells synchronous no smelling. I heard it around the table. It smells tena smells really good. Actually that was I was expecting no significant taste of anything really. It's not bad I should really clean beer and I was adjective was looking for clean you simply now. No I said no significant take it like it actually smelling and tasting because sometimes it's it's not both Mexican very easy to drink. I have to admit I'm glad I picked this up this water while they knew it was a little thing at the end the piss water the now the Piss the water the bitterness Oh at the end of this over there. There's a limit bitterness that is there but because usually blondes are not hoppy correct. No No. That's just less hops baritone disturb the guy who picked up the the beers. I have to admit when I was at the store last night after attending the the Cabana on Wellington yes it might teleported residents Bobby's Florida from these arts unknown. That's that's pretty smooth all around. Give it a five okay. I'M GONNA give it a three point. Fives wealth like I said Mason Jason Clean I would love to like have access to this swell next summer when applying all upset but yeah I'm a three point five Phil same very clean beer smooth taste. They're gonNA complain about Israel very easy to drink. I agree with the clean adjective to little hoppy for my taste though not huge fan too much ops. I will give you two point five all drop. You don't even know what the the Scotsman from Braveheart digging before listening is new podcast another beer podcast air talking about they're talking to brew at Chevelle Loesch and Sad. When of questions is what you guilty pleasure beer or beer eleven happy cycle bureau never fully drink budweiser? He's like because it's brute so consistently the perfect pallet cleanser <unk> method fitted unlike all at so mean. Let's let's doesn't really defend itself. It kicked right to the swimming money that yeah that'll get no not if I can charge you six or seven bucks for bottled water and you pay. I'm Carol might be Lego but do you think the crab beret industry and the Internet now. Do you think it's slowly kill big name brands now because they name brands are buying up the smallest name brands <unk> states like buds sales gone mad significantly now on who was it they bought in the states. It's Fuck Budweiser Pot. A craft brews pretty popular states for a billion dollars remember. This is still a slightly newer millier. Let's call it right Craft Beers. It's only been around for maybe a decade give or take the popularity. It is right now. Yes I mean technically crap is been around at the eighty. No I know I know what I mean like diary. It's really in the last decade or so so I think once I think there's the large mass of the population especially in the states that they're still comfortable with their mass-produce mass-produce ship year the deer the always drank and it's it's the super bowl beer. It's you know it means something to them. You won't see bose commercial about imposing knickers bill stat but twenty eight okay your number. The to also see money beer that carpet and selected hops. I signed him a berliner vice of Germans out. It's called Berliner Dragon advice by Vanessa Dunham letter was that we've had done before. I believe we have a Berliner Valles's brewed with some Rye and then age for a couple of weeks in barrels with dragon fruits fresh sour bright fruity aromas is with a pink Hue. It is highly dribble offering coming in at four point two eight with no I._B.. You like strength plus. I can fire more rhythm pink then again up at the light. It is a bit wore pink that sentiment fuck off now. That's that's dragging dragon food and maybe Islamic tart tart but not to sour the red dragon fruit so I can't really compare it as good. I thought it this is a pretty refreshing summer beer tasting anything we'll see water. I guess if it's like an stuck stuck barrel with sobrie awry stuff. It's angry of it so you're so pissed off at US beer for bragging through barrels roy like an old man is seen some shit yeah okay yeah I enjoy this very much. I could see myself drinking many of these than being four point to be in trouble after a few of the large volumes that they come in seven hundred milliliter bottle yet. I'm a four for this bill. Also Ford is like juice both taste the alcohol barely this Rothko extremely easy to drink. I am a huge fan of sours. It is not overly overpowers to vinegar or whatever it's very very nice even a four point five Simoni. I think it might have been last show where I made a reference to a San on Pellegrino drink her beer that we had this is basically again very similar to assign pal but like the obviously not raspberry but in that vicinity so it's <hes> it smooths good for a smooth move operator that little bit of phys and kick to it there's somewhat owner of our all ride. He wants to keep some of the breakfast. You're like you're starving.

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"dowd" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"dowd" Discussed on WTVN

"The latest at three o'clock on NewsRadio six ten WTVN group yard of forgotten soundbites the archives, December tenth two thousand six. Remember Obama was elected in two thousand eight December tenth two thousand six New Hampshire after Senator Obama held a press conference. He walked straight over to New York Times columnist at Maureen Dowd and had this. Exchange with her. When I was a kid about. Were you able to hear that see I can't? I just heard what I thought were camera shutters and stuff I couldn't hear a single word with that. Except for her. We're trying to tough you. So he said you talked about my ears, and I just wanna put you on notice. I'm very sensitive about what I told them once I was teased relentlessly when I was a kid about my big ears. We get trying to toughen you up. Think about Donald Trump and orange hair. Yeah. Caller was right. These people basically bunch of babies, and they couldn't handle there's not a one Jim Acosta. Jim Acosta can't handle five minutes. Of what Trump gets Obama couldn't handle the day of it. Hey, folks, bollandbranch makers of some of the world's most comfortable sheets are now manufacturing their own mattresses. And because I am a powerful and influential member of the media, I have been testing one, and I'm gonna tell you like everything bollandbranch does this mattress, and I was really looking forward to it too. I just had a I had a I had a feeling this was going to be great. I had a feeling it was going to be special, and you know, when you have those kinds of expectations. The odds are they're not going to be met. But I was going solely on their reputation solely on when they say they've got the most comfortable sheets, and you know, that that's true. I was excited to see what this mattress was. It is first class. It is all about comfort..

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"dowd" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dowd" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Dowd and had this exchange with her. When I was a kid. Were you able to hear that see I can't? I just heard what I thought were camera shutters and stuff I couldn't hear a single word of that. Except for her. We're trying to tough you. So he said you talked about my ears. And I just wanna put you on notice. I'm very sensitive about what I told them was. I was teased riddle limitless Lee when I was a kid about my big years we get trying to toughen you up. Think about Donald Trump and orange hair. Yeah. Caller was right. These these people basically bunch of babies, and they couldn't handle there's not a one Jim Acosta Jim Acosta Cam handle, five minutes. Of what Trump gets Obama couldn't handle a day of it. Hey, folks, bollandbranch makers of some of the world's most comfortable sheets are now manufacturing their own mattresses. And because I am a powerful and influential member of the media, I have been testing one, and I'm gonna tell you like everything bollandbranch does this mattress, and I was really looking forward to it too. I just had a I had a I had a feeling this was going to be great. I had a feeling it was going to be special, and you know, when you have those kinds of expectations. The odds are they're not going to be met. But I was going solely on their reputation solely on when they say they've got the most comfortable sheets, and you know, that that's true. I was excited to see what this mattress was. It is first class. It is all about comfort. Art and.

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"dowd" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

10:27 min | 3 years ago

"dowd" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dowd. Welcome back to the internet advisor at Redel. Casting thomas. Cal Carson Gary Baker. And. We still have Colleen in here. So let let's continue with the question. Oh, yeah. It's a great conversation calling you giving us some tips. And yeah, they're just regular parenting parenting groups, but sometimes you don't think about the context or the how're the why I will I will credit Paul Walton who's one of our frequent visitors and does events for us and shot up to Paul, right? He had the great analogy that I've never forgotten. I always use. And that is when our kids turned sixteen. We don't toss them the keys to the car and tell them to have a great night. Right. They train they practice. They learn they read they watch movies. They drive with an instructor. They drive with us. Then they take another class, then they take another test. Right. And so if you just tossed them, the keys and told them to go there could be some devastating effects. We if we got into an accident. There could be some really bad things that happen, social media and technology uses no different. Right. Right. So we shouldn't toss our kids the keys to soc. Media and tell them to knock themselves out and have a great time and using your analogy with the driver instruction this obviously your school district's doing its job. And I know a lot of samples are on top of this. But the parents still have to walk with them. Right. And we're learning to as parents because again, this was not around when we were growing up. We didn't have the same things that our kids do and it's changing so furniture changes every day changes every day and the the effects of you know, the misuse of social media. Can we just as devastating is that of a car accident? We can get hurt we can have scars we can have long lasting damage. Right. You've dealt with the psychological impact. We've had someone come and talk about that. You know, we've had all kinds of different speakers on the technology and the law filtering monitoring software, the house, social media impacts your college applications. I mean think about that. Right. The things that you put on social media are now having an impact on where you can go to school and potentially what scholarships you get athletic or otherwise. Right. So some of the things that we tell our parents to do is to have that media contract and sit down with the kids and create it. That's one of the things that the documentary screen agers will talk a lot about is to have that. There's a lot of good resources out there counting. The I think the screen agers website has a template for that. Yes. Yeah. There's and there's lots of them out there. You can find. It's really easy. Yup. Commonsense. Media is a great place to get those templates to okay to say is another website where you can go and get things and a lot of parents feel like they shouldn't have the passwords to their kids account. That's right. Really should right? I told my in our household. There's no right to privacy. That's right. Absolutely. Yeah. It's I've bought the device I've paid for it. It is my device, and I am allowing you the opportunity to use it you have to do so responsibly. Right. And so therefore having all those passwords and realizing that as the parent you do have control over that. And you should monitor. What's going on my kids know, I read their text messages. Right. I remember my father we were sitting at the table, and I had a swivel chair. And you said as long as you're sitting at this table with your feet under my table. You're going to do whatever it was right swivelled, my chair and put my feet out to the side. And how did that go for you know, he looked at me didn't say a word and probably fifteen of the longest seconds of my life rights. I slowly put my feet back under the table. Absolutely. You absolutely. I remember when my son was just giving kind of out of junior high going into high school and some of his friends posted things on his Facebook page. Got him in trouble. Sure. Yeah. It's all about those setups in the privacy settings and things like that. And so what was happening was he'd say dad, I didn't post that that was somebody else said posted it, and I said, you know, what it's it's your site you control over it. He eventually we had a conversation. Probably every other night or sell for about a month. Finally, took a space book page down. Yeah. He couldn't get his friends to stop posting inappropriate things. And I just said look this is going to affect the rest of your life. You're going to go to and he just said, you know, what I'm not going to deal with it. I can't get my my friends to stop without being heavy handed. He didn't want to do that with his friends. He he's got it now back up, and right and the Spencer responsible, but you know, is that was one way to deal with it. And unfortunately, you know, it had to come to that for him to do it. And his friends all said, why are you doing? You just said look your your post stuff that my dad doesn't like. Yeah. And he took control of it. Right. That was the solution. Right. Ultimately like you said, Gary that's going to have an impact on his reputation and his future. And so it's up to him to make the decision on how he's gonna handle that conversation. Absolutely. And, you know, his parents we often live in fear of the unknown, and certainly technologies the unknown. Absolutely. But I I wanna challenge people to ask yourself. How do we help our kids with this technology to build strong confident independent kids who good and go out and conquer the world. And like, you said schools the colleges actually have software that will go out and score the social media, and if kids have Instagram or Facebook, our kids aren't using Facebook anymore. They followed my lead. But what happens issue Missa? Everybody's birthday now. Right. You know, what they didn't want my superficial empty Facebook. Happy birthdays. Anyway. Take care about them. You know, the other thing that I found that I was lucky because when my kid was coming up a Facebook didn't exist. Thank god. I'm glad it was there. But I actually sat down with her. And I said, look, these are the things you do with the internet. And these are the things you don't do with the internet. And I am going to give it to you. I'm going to trust you with it. And if you break that trust them to take it away from you write the contract, and the other the other thing, I said is don't do anything on the internet that you wouldn't feel comfortable putting it in front of someone you respect it like me saying out loud. Right. If you can't say it out loud, don't put it on social media. So grandma, grandma. That's always a good litmus test is kind of like what you said and beginning, Colleen, and that was that, you know, you lay down the ground rules you show them how to use the tool appropriately. And then once you do that. Then you I am strong believer in you naval the trust with them. You don't violate to trust them. They can continue down joy the privilege, but it's also about involving the kids to right, there are things that they know that I don't and they have to teach me that's part of this contract is they've got a. Teach me things that I don't know that I need to learn because I'm learning right along with them. It's actually an opportune spend time together. That's right, right. And it starts a conversation. Right. We talked a lot about how this has to be a conversation on a regular basis. There's actually a concept in large corporations of doing what's called reverse mentoring. And they take a young employee just out of college or a few years out of college and team them with the board of directors and everybody in the upper echelons of the the executive suite. And they have found that it wasn't just an advantage of the kids mentoring, the the executives, but relationships actually evolved in one case, I saw where the company actually created new insurance products for the young that evolved out of that dialogue. Right. Absolutely. And it's it's so important to keep those conversations alive and active on a regular basis. However, you do it on your home. Whatever makes sense for you. But to not let technology just take over. And you don't have time to have those conversations with everybody. And you know, what we've we've given out a lot of information here, and we'll be putting that up on our website. Right. It may be as simple as the first step of doing an internet search for parenting in a technological world. It's really that simple. That's the first step because there are plenty of list and plenty of people engaged in. This is not just. Screen agers. It's not just your organization at Troy, tech talks. And if you if you do an internet search for Troy tech talks just that will get you to your organization pretty quickly. Yeah. We right now, we're we're pretty low budget is in none. So it's just Tricia. I it's been all our volunteer efforts. So far, we're expanding a little bit this year. Like, I said we got the help from tour youth assistant. So right now, we have a Facebook page, and that's where we share most of our stuff, but we get a lot of partnership and help from all the other organizations that we work with what we should set up an account for. Good old fashioned gofundme page there you go. Never Tim Kaine at the entrance. I don't know. Offline can tomorrow night. Not maybe I'll put one out. For some reason of their I see cast and would attempt marine never mind. Yeah. Hey, Anna monkey. No, no, no Salvation Army red kettle for you. There you go. But these are all interesting points, very very valuable information for young folks to learn and for us older folks to share with young people in order to learn more about them and what's going on. And just make this whole internet and information experienced that much better for everybody. And we really do appreciate that type of information. Mr redel. Thanks cal. Hey, Colleen, I really want to thank you for joining us on the internet advisor. And I hope your participation overflows to me too. I really appreciate you. Having me. Eight hundred people signed up already. Yeah. We're climbing. We're all. Yep. Geyer?.

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