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Fresh update on "duncan" discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

01:24 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "duncan" discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"You know, my sense is that Indian affairs has long been a bloated bureaucracy. It's among Canada's biggest until it split into two, but I'd be very curious if the two combined still add up to a pretty hefty presence within the overall public service. Would you happen to have a rough sense of that bread or is that putting you on the spot? Well, I don't know exactly how many bureaucrats they do employ, but I do know within recent years the department of indigenous services has been really one of the highest spending departments in the government and they do employ several. I would even suggest thousands of bureaucrats to do that work. But I can't give you an exact number, but it is large, but I would also point out, as you're indicating, indigenous services is the department that's responsible for the Indian act. So when they did create these two shiny new departments and they gave indigenous services, a brand new mandate to transfer service delivery responsibilities back to communities, they also gave it responsibility for the Indian act. And it actually says within the indigenous services act, the legislation that creates this department that the minister of indigenous services is technically for legal purposes, the superintendent general of Indian affairs. So they are also the top Indian agent in the country, and those two roles are very much in conflict. And I think you can kind of see the department's old mandate conflicting with its purportedly new mandate in a lot of what it does. Wasn't that the so the guy I was trying to remember, Duncan Campbell Scott. I think he had actually the title similar, superintendent general, or something. It still exists in law. It's still a title that the minister has. So let me ask you though, Brett. And if you just, you know, you think I'm putting too much torque on this question. You just say so. But do you think, given my characterization of what's going on, people would probably say, look, we live in a colonial society, this is all just part of the game. This is just part of the dance, we're forced to do, we would like it to be otherwise, but hey, don't be naive. About all this stuff. But given that, it does still make me wonder, and I wonder if it's a fair question to ask, where does Indian affairs end and the AFM begin? If you know where I'm going with that. Well, I think it's a fair question. And I think a lot of these issues are baked into the institutional structure of the AF in itself. The AFM acts like a government, it holds assemblies like a government, but it's not a government, as we touched on earlier, it is strictly speaking, a lobby organization for chiefs. So even though the AFM purports to advocate on behalf of First Nations people, I don't get a say in who the national chief is trena doesn't get a say in who the national chief is and neither does anyone else. I do. I do. Sorry, sorry, sorry. Sorry, Brett. So because it's not necessarily a democratic institution and it's not funded from First Nations people themselves. It will struggle right out of the gate and always kind of be hounded by these questions about its credibility about its independence about its relevancy and other matters just because it's baked into the system. Which is a colonial system. It is a system we inhabit that is governed by the Indian act, which is today one of the most racist pieces of legislation that exists anywhere in the world. That's not an opinion. It's a fact. And so because we inhabit this system, we're going to run into these issues. So I think there is a little bit of fairness to your question and I think it's a fair question to debate. And I think you could even ask based on that to what extent should we be pointing the finger back at ourselves and wondering why the AFM hasn't reorganized itself in a way to address some of these issues. Why haven't regular First Nations people being brought in to have a say in who the national chief is? Have we considered alternate funding arrangements, for example, where this money, instead of going directly to the AFM, goes to the communities who then fund their own national advocacy organization. However they want it to be. These are legitimate questions to ask. And I won't claim to have the answer. But they are worth debating. We brought you on to have the answer there. But just let me insert something quick here. I am thinking about alternatives to the status quo, wrote some semi kidding approach to just saying, why don't we crowdfund an alternative? We've got all the tools now. A dollar independently raised from the citizenry at the grassroot level would have ten times the independence of something handed down from government. Anyway, sorry, tran. Well, I was just going to say that I'm not an expert on the AFM and I haven't been to a General Assembly and covered it for a while. So I don't want to sound like sound like I'm like an expert. But I just have these memories of ones that I have covered where it was a topic of discussion, but one that got sort of tamped down pretty quickly around this possibility of reorganizing, you know, even just like to reflect more nation as opposed to just like Indian act, chief and counsels that you would actually rather than it being an assembly of 634 bands, it would be organized by nationhood, more reflective of the way it is, rather than the Indian act system. But then I think the consensus from my recollection at the time was that it was like, that's too complicated. Like it's going to get too hard for people to agree. And I think they just dropped it. And I haven't heard it since. That was probably ten years. That's a while ago now. And I never really. But then like I said, I'm not an expert. I'm not, I haven't been to a General Assembly for a while, but it may be Brett, you have, is that still a conversation that comes up? Yeah, it's still comes up, and I think there are some resolutions on the table when they meet for the special chiefs assembly next month that have to do with charter amendments for the AFM as they discuss better ways to change it.

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Ayton has 29 points, 21 rebounds as Suns edge Jazz 113-112

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Ayton has 29 points, 21 rebounds as Suns edge Jazz 113-112

"Deandre ayton led away with 29 points and 21 rebounds both season highs as the sun's edge at the jazz one 13 one 12, 8 and scored a season high for the second straight night following 28 on Friday. For this team I have to be that energizer that dude who making them plays was on the glass. It was Duncan the ball was getting the crowd in it, setting the hard screens setting the tone of the physicality. Devin Booker added 27 points as the sun picked up their fourth straight win to improve the 13 and 6. Jordan Clarkson 22 points, Kotlin Sexton 20 to lead the jazz. They've lost four straight and 5 to 12 and ten. George Canada, Phoenix

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Doorbell video shows malnourished Texas twins seeking help

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Doorbell video shows malnourished Texas twins seeking help

"A woman accused of abusing her twin teens in suburban Houston has a criminal record of child abuse I Norman hall Court records show a mother whose twin teenagers told police in suburban Houston they were handcuffed and forced to drink bleach pleaded guilty a decade earlier to charges of putting her kids in danger Zika Duncan was arrested in Louisiana this week along with her live in boyfriend Doorbell videos show the 15 year old siblings barefoot and holding handcuffs knocking on homes before dawn in their neighborhood and Cyprus and asking for help According to an affidavit by Harris county constable the brother and sister were severely malnourished and said the abuse had been occurring for months the mother and boyfriend are being held in Baton Rouge and face extradition On Norman hall

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How Christa Helm Got Started in Hollywood

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:59 sec | 4 months ago

How Christa Helm Got Started in Hollywood

"Foray into the entertainment industry goes back to 1974 about 7 years after her daughter's born, she appears in a low budget horror film called legacy of Satan, then she lands the leading role in let's go for broke. Another forgettable low budget movie described by people as a James Bond spoof. The producers Stewart Duncan put it that way. Apart from singing the movie's theme song, Christa helm portrayed Jackie broke, a TV reporter that gets herself kidnapped to save other brainwashed women working at a pleasure palace. Doesn't sound like this will get over 10% on Rotten Tomatoes, does it? Obviously the film was not successful, but Christa helm gave her best. And when you're young and in the business, you just happy to get the role. You can't believe you're on a set in someone says action. You can't believe you see yourself on screen, even if the movie's shit still gives you a jolt of excitement.

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The Left's Emotional Illogic Over Britney Griner

The Officer Tatum Show

01:50 min | 4 months ago

The Left's Emotional Illogic Over Britney Griner

"So you know the girl Brittany griner, right? The girl with the boy's voice that plays for the WNBA, which nobody watches. I have never in my life seen a WNBA Jersey ever. I've never seen one. Day out there, but I haven't seen one. The league where girls can't even dunk. Nobody's watching you if you can not dunk. Because they would rather watch LeBron James is woke as he is, and all these other NBA players jumping over people's heads doing 360 windmills. They're not watching girls miss three pointers. And do layups. Dudes in high school Duncan. Okay, let me get off my soap ops. But she went to jail in Russia. Now she's been traveling to Russia. I believe frequently for the summer. She is in like a summer league in Russia. So she knows better than to take, I will say, hash she's all. I think that's what it was. Paraphernalia. What was it again? Yeah, the hashish oil in her luggage through the airport into Russia. Now she know better. She knows against the lawsuit traveler often is not like she accidentally went somewhere and didn't know the law. So she gets in trouble. And guess what? Just because you black don't mean nothing in the rest of the world. Nobody cares about feeling sorry for you and that you're a victim. You're going to go to jail. So she goes to jail in Russia and in our country because this administration and leftists in my opinion are completely emotionally driven, they feel like she should not be in jail. They feel, not according to the law, but according to feelings and emotions. Brittany grinder should not be in jail.

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Oiilers rally past Flames, knot series 1-1

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Oiilers rally past Flames, knot series 1-1

"The oilers have nodded their second round series at a game apiece with a 5 three comeback win over the flames Zach Hyman snapped a three three tie with a shorthanded goal of ten 14 of the third period We did a good job and just battling her down two goals there early in the second Off of too many men penalty and then we just worked Leon draisaitl and Duncan Keith each had a goal and two assists to support Mike Smith who was sharp in stopping 37 shots after getting pulled early in the opener Connor McDavid had a goal and an assist for the oilers giving him 20 points already in this postseason Tyler to foley's power play goal early in the second period gave Calgary at three one lead The oilers will host game three on Sunday I'm Dave

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Robinson makes eight 3s, Heat top Hawks 115-91 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Robinson makes eight 3s, Heat top Hawks 115-91 in Game 1

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TPUSA's Jobob Reporting From UC Berkeley

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 8 months ago

TPUSA's Jobob Reporting From UC Berkeley

"Your approach, by the way, because you were a sort of undercover, you were keep California weird or perfectly weird or something like that. And we have some clips here that we can show. Actually, you know what? That's what we'll do. We'll start with that. This will give people a good primer for what you were doing. Cut 90 is some of your handiwork, Joe bob. Let's go ahead and play cut 90. Well, tell me, what's his deal? Should we like, what's his deal? If you don't like it, you're literally talking them out. Wow. You know he just tweeted that Kamala Harris vice presidency was affirmative action. At this point. The guy that gave us this, and he seemed like, I feel like nobody wants to work with Russia. Like, right? Like that's amazing. So tell us what you were doing. What we just saw. So Charlie who set up doing his thing, which was hilarious and I wish I could have seen more of it because I think there was some substantial Duncan on leftist thought there going on at the table, but we were incognito, kind of going around milling around with my black beanie on my sunglasses, my black shirt kind of just confused and aloof of everything happening at the protest. I think there are people protesting, but I don't think there was definitely some Nazi name calling going on, yes. Well, so I was just asking questions. Like I wasn't going out there to like stump people on their dumb ideas. I was just asking questions and letting people talk themselves. And a lot of the footage that I think we're going to see eventually. They're cutting it up and making it look all nice and pretty. Is people talking themselves into circles. We had one girl, by the way, who was adamantly chasing us down afterwards saying, you need to delete my footage. I have the right to have you delete all of my footage. You don't have the right to film me. And you know, we didn't get into the stole her essence or something. Yeah, the legality of like, hey, you knew that you were being filmed, so no, we don't have to do whatever you

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Booker has 23 points in return, Suns roll past Heat 111-90

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Booker has 23 points in return, Suns roll past Heat 111-90

"Devin Booker returned from NBA protocol also scored twenty three points as the sun's ratted the heat one eleven ninety Booker also had nine assists and eight rebounds as Phoenix won a battle of conference leaders he missed the sun's previous four games due to virus related issues McHale bridges finished with twenty one points as the Suns improved to a league best fifty three and thirteen the Andrea Ayton had nineteen points on nine of ten shooting and ten rebounds for Phoenix Duncan Robinson had a team high twenty two points for Miami which lost for just the third time in fifteen games I'm the very

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Heat hold off Irving's charge, hand Nets 11th straight loss

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Heat hold off Irving's charge, hand Nets 11th straight loss

"Bam Adebayo delivered nineteen points and fourteen rebounds as the heat handed Kyra Irving in the nets their eleventh consecutive loss one fifteen one eleven Duncan Robinson finished with seventeen points shooting six of ten from three point range we were able to play with pace in the Boston out of Florida and that's more just for us to guard because we just have so many different looks on but you know down the stretch of games you know teams are gonna let you do that necessarily Irving almost single handedly led Brooklyn to victory scoring twenty of his twenty nine points in the fourth quarter after the nets trailed by twenty one in the third camp Thomas hit a three pointer in the final minutes to get the nets with that one but a later passed by Thomas was stolen and led to two free throws by PJ Tucker I'm the ferry

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Heat waste most of big lead, hold on to top Lakers 113-107

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Heat waste most of big lead, hold on to top Lakers 113-107

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"duncan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"duncan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Ago Elle Duncan joining us. A couple of weeks ago and I was concerned called the insurance carrier to make sure they had a big premium on you. You look great today. You're sounding great. You are correct. Your prophecy has come true. Well, I'm glad that the prediction is right because the rest of it was super wrong. I said that their defense was shaking good God. That didn't hold up. What a freezing cold take. I do want to say this Paul, I want to say this Paul, I appreciate that you wanted to have me on the show. By the way, guys, I agreed to come on Paul show, no matter what, Paul, right? When we're lost today, no matter what. I was a huge gamble. And I just want to say this as predicted a new all along, never had a doubt that we would be the national champions. And here we are. And I have to say this in such a cruel twist of irony, God has taken my voice. It's like he knew I needed to be humbled and that I could not have my full throated ability to talk the most mess of all time. So he is trying to prevent that from happening. But I'm fighting through for the good folks that I met down there in Indy that said, ale, I want you to get on Paul find bomb show. I don't know why I'm doing that accident. I didn't sound like that. And I want you to rip for the dogs like you always do. And I'm here, Paul. I'm here, because I'm a hero. Last time I was on this show, I wore this because it was basically a blanket. And I was sad. And now I'm wearing it because I haven't slept and I had no other clothes in the car and my game clothes were smelling foul. That's the kind of turnaround that I needed and was hopeful for and it has happened, Paul, and we are.

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Heat ride hot shooting to 123-100 win over the Suns

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Heat ride hot shooting to 123-100 win over the Suns

"Tyler Tyler hero hero and and Duncan Duncan Robinson Robinson come come off off the the bench bench to to combine combine for for sixty sixty points points as as the the heat heat blow blow out out the the sons sons one one twenty twenty three three one one hundred hundred Robinson Robinson during during twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eight eight triples triples from from Miami Miami offense offense that that carried carried a a twenty twenty one one point point lead lead into into the the half half after after hitting hitting fifteen fifteen three three pointers pointers over over the the opening opening two two quarters quarters with with Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler sidelined sidelined with with an an injury injury hero hero scorched scorched the the nets nets for for a a season season a a game game high high thirty thirty three three we we really really shared shared it it tonight tonight guys guys were were sharing sharing the the ball ball and and flying flying around around making making plays plays for for each each other other and and we're we're able able to to I I can can pay pay you you know know and and not not just just from from the the three three but but all all around around the the world world rose rose is is going going for for its its job job only only TD TD on on treatment treatment jae jae Crowder Crowder came came off off the the covert covert list list but but that that wasn't wasn't enough enough for for the the sons sons which which saw saw the the Western Western Conference Conference lead lead trimmed trimmed to to just just a a half half game game for for the the warriors warriors who who get get Klay Klay Thompson Thompson back back on on Sunday Sunday I'm I'm Danny Danny cap cap

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm John John with with a a rare rare Tuesday Tuesday night night of of the the NFL NFL to to end end week week number number fifteen fifteen visual visual games games due due to to cope cope with with protocols protocols in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Jalen Jalen hurts hurts returned returned at at quarterback quarterback to to lead lead the the eagles eagles to to a a twenty twenty seven seven seventeen seventeen win win over over Washington Washington more more from from the the AP AP rodeos rodeos Dave Dave Emory Emory Jaylin Jaylin hertz hertz was was terrific terrific in in his his first first game game back back from from an an ankle ankle injury injury completing completing twenty twenty of of twenty twenty six six passes passes for for two two hundred hundred ninety ninety six six yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown the the U. U. is is very very fundamental fundamental to to been been back back on on the the field field in in the the winter winter which which we we need need it it you you know know first first division division went went on on for for this this football football team team this this year year can can come come at at a a better better time time in in LA LA Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford had had a a pair pair of of second second half half touchdowns touchdowns to to Cooper Cooper Kupp Kupp if if the the rams rams twenty twenty ten ten win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks their their plan plan really really really really deep deep short short on on us us as as a a as as an an offense offense trying trying to to make make us us check check it it down down to to go go you you know know ten ten fifteen fifteen play play drives drives we're we're able able to to get get over over the the top top a a couple couple times times but but you you know know it's it's just just one one of of those those you you can can have have a a slug slug out out and and those those winds winds are are big big fish fish in in December December to to the the NBA NBA have have afforded afforded with with twenty twenty two two points points Julius Julius Randle Randle Kemba Kemba Walker Walker with with twenty twenty one one each each but but next next one one at at home home for for the the first first time time in in almost almost a a month month beating beating the the pistons pistons one one oh oh five five ninety ninety one one the the heat heat playing playing without without five five regulars regulars including including Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler and and bam bam Adebayo Adebayo right right with with the the Pacers Pacers one one twenty twenty five five ninety ninety six six Tom Tom Barrett Barrett has has more more he he trailed trailed by by a a point point midway midway through through the the first first quarter quarter then then went went on on a a thirty thirty five five fourteen fourteen once once we we have have a a twenty twenty point point lead lead midway midway through through the the second second quarter quarter that that was was never never threatened threatened as as the the Miami Miami lead lead grew grew to to as as high high as as thirty thirty three three points points Duncan Duncan Robinson Robinson scored scored twenty twenty six six points points including including six six of of ten ten three three point point shots shots to to lead lead the the heat heat who who tied tied a a team team record record with with twenty twenty two two three three pointers pointers NBA NBA commissioner commissioner Adam Adam silver silver says says there's there's no no plans plans to to pause pause the the season season even even as as numbers numbers of of players players entering entering the the league league health health and and safety safety protocols protocols related related to to the the coronavirus coronavirus continue continue to to rise rise NHL NHL players players will will not not take take part part in in the the winter winter Olympics Olympics after after all all a a person person with with direct direct knowledge knowledge of of the the decision decision telling telling the the Associated Associated Press Press the the league's league's going going to to withdraw withdraw from from the the Beijing Beijing games games after after its its regular regular season season schedule schedule was was disrupted disrupted by by coronavirus coronavirus of of bricks bricks I'm I'm John John other other B. B. A. A. B. B. sports sports

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Herro, Robinson each score 26, Heat roll past Pacers 125-96

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Herro, Robinson each score 26, Heat roll past Pacers 125-96

"The the Miami Miami Heat Heat playing playing without without five five key key regulars regulars including including Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler and and then then at at a a bio bio rad rad of of the the Indiana Indiana Pacers Pacers one one twenty twenty five five to to ninety ninety six six he he trailed trailed by by a a point point midway midway through through the the first first quarter quarter then then went went on on a a thirty thirty five five fourteen fourteen want want to to grab grab a a twenty twenty point point lead lead midway midway through through the the second second quarter quarter that that was was never never threatened threatened as as the the Miami Miami lead lead grew grew to to as as high high as as thirty thirty three three points points Duncan Duncan Robinson Robinson scored scored twenty twenty six six points points including including six six of of ten ten three three point point shots shots to to lead lead the the heat heat who who tied tied a a team team record record with with twenty twenty two two three three pointers pointers it's it's a a great great feeling feeling especially especially when when you're you're playing playing with with unselfish unselfish guys guys who who are are enjoying enjoying other other people's people's success success and and you you know know want want to to get get other other guys guys shots shots you you know know it it definitely definitely can can be be contagious contagious in in that that sense sense for for sure sure Holly Holly hill hill came came off off the the best best also also scored scored twenty twenty six six shooting shooting five five of of eight eight from from three three point point range range I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam

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Vincent, Robinson lead short-handed Heat past 76ers 101-96

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Vincent, Robinson lead short-handed Heat past 76ers 101-96

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Robinson scores season-high 26 points, Heat beat Bulls

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Robinson scores season-high 26 points, Heat beat Bulls

"Duncan Duncan Robinson Robinson shot shot five five for for nine nine from from three three point point range range and and scored scored a a season season high high twenty twenty six six points points as as the the heat heat transfer transfer short short handed handed bulls bulls one one eighteen eighteen ninety ninety two two the the Wayne Wayne dead dead man man had had twenty twenty points points and and twelve twelve rebounds rebounds from from Miami Miami Kyle Kyle Lowry Lowry provided provided sixteen sixteen points points and and fourteen fourteen assists assists and and Tyler Tyler here here dropped dropped in in seventeen seventeen points points the the bulls bulls were were in in action action after after guards guards I I assume assume and and recently recently signed signed Stanley Stanley Johnson Johnson were were placed placed in in the the health health and and safety safety protocols protocols they they join join leading leading scorer scorer demar demar DeRozan DeRozan as as well well as as Matt Matt Thomas Thomas Coby Coby white white you've you've already already green green and and Derek Derek Jones Jones junior junior Zach Zach lavine's lavine's scored scored thirty thirty one one points points for for Chicago Chicago I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Federal Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate

"Daily wire just some examples Federal appeals court blocks Biden's staggeringly over broad vaccine mandate This is the 5th circuit Court of Appeals they did this late on Friday calling it as I said staggeringly over broad The three judge panel in New Orleans ruled that Biden's mandate grossly exceeds osha's statutory authority something I told you right here I mean read the statute Now the Obama lawyers read the statute they didn't give a damn And writing that rather than a delicately handled scalpel the mandate is one size fits all sledgehammer that makes hardly any attempt to account for differences in workplaces and workers They have more than a little bearing on workers varying degrees of susceptibility to the supposedly grave danger the mandate purports to address This is a quote from them Judges Curt the englehart Edith H Jones who would have been outstanding on the Supreme Court on her day And Stuart Kyle Duncan said that the mandate imposed financial burdens on businesses They could potentially violate the constitution while it does Writing the mandate imposes a financial burden of on them by deputizing their participation in ocean's regulatory scheme exposes them to severe financial risk if they refuse or fail to comply And threatens to decimate their workforces and business prospects by forcing unwilling employees to take their shots take their tests or hit the road The court stayed the mandate in a ruling Saturday writing that there were potentially grave statutory and constitutional issues with the mandate

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Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

"The heater and a one eleven one oh five win over the jazz behind Tyler heroes twenty seven points and eight rebounds Duncan Robinson nailed six three pointers and added twenty two points Kyle Lowry had twenty one is Miami swept the season series and snaps a three game skid you taught me to close by scoring eighteen straight in the fourth quarter boy am Bogdanovich delivered nineteen of his twenty six points in the final period and Jordan Clarkson finished with twenty five points the jazz have dropped four of five since opening the season seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Florida Congressman Byron Donalds Discusses Tuesday Night's Election Results

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Florida Congressman Byron Donalds Discusses Tuesday Night's Election Results

"It's inspiring to see voices that represent conservatism that represent the Republican Party. I mean, we're seeing we're seeing people emerge with clarity and with passion and congressman Byron donalds is a great example of that. He's a congressman from Florida. He represents Florida's 19th congressional district, and he has been so spot on regarding the failed policies of the left and the Democrats real pleasure to welcome congressman Byron Donald to the Mike Gallagher show. Congressman, I don't know about you, but it feels like a wave of sanity is starting to blanket the country. I got to believe you're as ecstatic as the rest of us with the results of Tuesday's election. Well, first, let me just say what happened in Virginia. What happened in New Jersey, you know, even though we felt a little bit short in school boards all across the country, the police movement in Minneapolis, watching all these things from the radical left go down in flames. Frankly gave me hope because it's very clear that our country continues to be a center right country. It's very clear that voters of all demographics and all socioeconomic stripes are small fee conservatives. And it's interesting to see that the Democrats can run these crazy campaigns but literally look at certain all he did was talk about Donald Trump and try to call Glenn Duncan for racism. That's all he tried to do. And it was so wonderful to see the people of Virginia just reject that, reject what's going on by these school boards in our classrooms, reject these vaccine mandates and reject a simple common sense, conservative public safety issues. It was great to see if both of all for

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Going to visit us at dr moon. Yes and and we're going to have a kind of joint presentation about the upcoming courses and also just doing more what we do all the time. Anyhow we just talked about stuff in the dharma and also some time may be for the people to participate in that and the two programs that are coming up are a teacher training program which quite a few of your your What should i call them. When you call your people my family family okay. Quite a few of your family taken his training and we just finished one last night and people were. It's very happy thing because in code in this environment we have connected. Virtually and people are actually able to share their hearts in these programs in ways that i would not have imagined possible when we started doing an online. Look you know. I think people listening as you got david and i've been having these conversations for for god knows how long honestly probably millennia this point but you just see how you need like if you're interested in this sort of thing there's a real i don't know i don't want to do some telethon over here but i like any anytime i have these wonderful conversations with you. It's cool that we can record some of them. You realize it's like this is not like it's as simple as simple can be. But the thing is so weird. You just need someone to like help ear. Whisper you a little bit. You know it just as entertaining so we have one course coming up. Which is the mindfulness. Meditation teacher training which starts october fifteen and then have one course. That's that's kind of full course. Four month training in. That's a deeper deeper dive for folks but we have a Foundations of mindfulness course which is a starts thursday. The september twenty third. That's just four thursday nights of just getting into some of the bundy metals. That might be right for a lot of people. Yeah so between those two. We're gonna talk about them a little bit. You can go to dharma moon dot com and then right at the top to go to the info session or click onto any of the programs. You want to learn more about but right at the top is the is the trailer for the infamous you cook on. It's free and dunkin. I will both be there wednesday. September twenty second dahmane dot We have a great group of people gathering. I'm completely inspired these days by. Who's showing up for this. And i think we've overcome the obstacle of not being able to gather physically where there is a kind of a definitely community by that's evolving entities in parallel to the duncan family. And there's a lot of crosstalk there which is special and delightful dunkin. I keep saying thank you. They are wonderful. Well david thank you so much. I was be seeing you on wednesday next week. Can't wait can't wait for did start doing these in person again man. I saw a susan from some of the other night it was so cool and just man that was we used to david. Nice to do these. It was the best. Oh took it for granted everything for granted back then but any like you know what the remote stuff it's to me it's like it's what we've got. So what else are you going to do. Well and you know. The beauty is people. Gather from all over the world. The course last night there were people in in japan. Australia south america exactly. Yeah you don't have to travel across the country to go to the things that's cool but we'll both we'll do both right dunkin coming out. Yeah yeah absolutely. Oh god yeah. I can't wait for that whenever it is. Thank you david. This has been a wonderful conversation. Thank you holiday. Kushner thank you. That was david nick and everybody all links. You need to get to his teacher training. We'll be doug trussell dot com a tremendous. Thank you to all of our sponsors and thank you for listening. I'll see you next week. It's a two episode week. Got some great gas coming up until then had a snack..

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"If you're interested in buddhism if you're interested in meditation these are excellent books for you but don't go reading them yet listen to this episode of the h. With the great david. Nick turn john david. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for coming back on my pleasure now. Let's just dive into it. The last time you were on we talked about enlightenment. I think we did. We put the cart before the horse is my question because it leads actually to the actual question. Which is maybe you can clarify something. That has confused the shit outta me on and off ever since i read it. Maybe i heard him say it. What did job him trump Rampage shame mean when he said that confusion is a quality of enlightenment or a condition of enlightenment on the continuum of i. Just don't understand that. Do you know what i'm talking about. Well there The basic premise. That i think you're pointing to is what's called co emergence that the enlighten possibility coa merges with the confused possibility in really two different perspectives on addressing the exact same situation and they co arise so in a certain perspective. Not trying to get rid of the confusion. You're trying to see the line possibilities within. Okay i think. I intelligence okay so i'll just create an example. You're at your ear in a hurry to get somewhere really important job interview you get rear ended by somebody who's looking at their phone your your piss. You're probably not going to get the job because of this. You gotta stop because your car got screwed up you get out of the car and is this the moment where you have a decision to make between like being angry and telling them to fuck off or dealing with it in some civil way is that that co emergent possibilities that you're talking about well. She'll right in that moment. Freeze frame it like your mouth opening a you know right before you say something. There is a a moment and you do have myriad possibilities in that moment now once. You're karma kicks in and you initiate a habitual response to the situation them. Whatever happens next is going to be a a cascading rippling. You know an unconscious kind of process. Okay so let's talk about that moment before. The karma kicks in. Yeah it's the moment between the last moment and the next month goforth moment though. That's actually what it's called. Yeah the fourth time. I'll tell you why there's the past clearly right. Yep there's the future. those are easy to kind of. Wrap your mind around then. Everyone makes a big deal about the present right. Yeah so where is that well up here on this gone so we call that the fourth moment the fourth time. It's not even the present. Wow so what is it. Does it exist in this universe. What is ed's you could argue that. It's the only thing that exists in this universe with any kind of substantial existence because the rest of it very quickly cascades into memory right the past memory. The future's all anticipation and the president. If we're chasing it becomes the past or the future depending how you shape it so the fourth moment would be kind of edge the razors edge of actual experience arising in the in the moment. Okay so where is identity. In that moment there is not okay so this is before basically like this is the. Tv's right they apparently like you know. If you try to fill tv you see those flashes on it because you're seeing in between the frames. I guess i don't know what it is digital. Tv's now is that we're talking about here is this is sort of like you have a time line. The timelines your karma it's all your shit then simultaneously existing will. This is a metaphor that you're using which frames of film a creates the illusion of continuity. Right we are convinced. We're watching continuous experience. But act in actual factor thirty frames each second going by. And if you're tuned to you and your mind was quick enough. You would see the space between the frames as having its own type of non existent existence. Right yeah is is like matter and antimatter or something. It's it's it's it's is. It sounds almost like even though was saying a parallel universe implies. It's not here. That is kind of what it sounds like. Just this well. It's the in the world of seeming continuity which is where we live gold sarah. There's a sense of ongoing experience that's being had by particular person named duncan blah blah blah. When you look for dunkin of courses name gets peeled away. His beard gets peeled away. His podcast gets peeled away. Shared gets peeled away. His skin gets peeled away than his bones. Get peeled away and dunkin kind of doesn't have a fixed identity in that in that moment. can you see that yes. It's not fixed identities. It's a very rapidly Morphing sense of some kind of experience artist say so is to get back to the co emerging is the from. This perspective is the dunkin part of the situation considered to be confusion and the and and the fourth moment park considered to be enlightenment. The two are sort of wrapping around each other to Know we've talked about this before. But this is the absolute and the relative truth which is important. But it's idea and then the third truth is the inseparability of the two. So that's a very important one to one peel out. Dunkin from from the kind of sense of openness spacious nece pure awareness You end up with out in space without you know without any kind of gravity without any kind of reference point and there's something a little bit It derek about that and when you try to peel that out of the dunkin thing you end up with a really solid thick heavy dense mess right. So the mix of the two is where you could probably consider enlighten possibilities. Lay is in understanding how they intertwine. Okay okay. I see so trying to like trying to turn to find a threat in there and say oh. That's the enlightened part and that's confused part will do that and they say some sierra nevada right sooner von is acquainted with enlightenment well known nirvana's really quite equated with the kind of sensation of that confused part but you could say depending on which language you talking that enlighten possibility is really the Complete you could say Understanding of the totality of the situation. Okay so like my friend. Michael calls hit the mikey show. It's still going on but it's not you know it's not like life and death at that point okay. Yeah oh god what a show. We all have it right. You know doesn't don't you find your meditation. Practice gives you a little bit of humor about the duncan charley. Yeah well i mean it is and that is just understand anytime i find myself doing my show like one of my great magic tricks. Here's a good one. I did this yesterday. i for whatever satanic reason. I've decided to get golf..

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Duncan of the Duncan at the Duncan duo Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, tic TAC Snapchat, whatever Social media channels out there. We are excited for football and hockey season coming soon going to continue our rain as the official real estate agents of the Tampa Bay Lightning working with them on her upcoming advertising now so that we can continue to have a presence with our favorite Local sports team and look, I love the bucks to but the lightning, you know they're more my team. So I talked before the break about 10 31 exchanges and the first segment of the show. I talked about the national eviction moratorium being lifted, as well as the Biden administration, taking steps to try and address the affordable housing shortage. But what I want to talk about next another investment tactic and vehicle, but not a lot of real estate investors know about or not just real estate investors, but just Everyday people that want to invest in real estate. But maybe they don't have their own capital. So you are able to use funds that are in a retirement or four. Oh, one k retirement account, Ira, You can move them around to make this that make this happen. The right way to be able to buy investment. Real estate. Um not a lot of people know this. But it can be done for people that don't want to continue and invest in the stock market. They want to invest in real estate. They want to maybe have a little bit more of a knowledge of what their money is doing. So so you can use funds from an IRA to buy investment real estate. You can also take in advance or alone. From your IRA or 41 K to to buy a primary residents. So for those people that are that have a shortage of cash that maybe don't have down payment money. There are ways that you can use money in your retirement account. Sometimes there can be penalties. Sometimes you have to pay it back within a certain timeframe. There's a lot of complications there again. Like I said before. This is in tax or legal advice, consult your CPA your attorney, But it is available for you that you can use these funds. But I want to talk specifically about buying investment property in your, um, you know, using your retirement account. This is a mistake that a lot of people make, and they don't realize it because when you buy property through a retirement account You cannot. You can't co mingle. And here's what they mean by co mingling the money from a retirement account and a residence that you buy or property that you buy as a investment property. You can't manage it yourself. You can't do work on it yourself. It literally has to be its own completely operating separate entity. So if you buy, let's just say I go by 123 Main street for 200,000. I have 2 200,000 in a in a retirement account. I go and buy that house and I want to fix it up. You can't do it. You can do it if you use your own funds, But when you buy it through, um, and a retirement vehicle, you have to keep it completely separated. So all of any work that needs to be done has to be hired out to appropriate people has to be documented. You have to hire property management company to manage it. Um, you know, managing it yourself doing work on it yourself. There's a coming going aspect of that that they tied up loopholes on that Because you know, in the past, people would use that as a way to take it. Advantage of, you know they would pay themselves $50,000 for doing work That didn't happen that they basically just got out of the retirement account without penalty. So they've done this to make sure that the money is really going into real estate. Not into your own pocket through some sort of scheme to move money out of your retirement account into your own pocket by saying you're buying and working on the house. It doesn't all have to be documented. It is a it is something that does get scrutinized by the I R. S and you can't come, Ingles. So again another way for people that are strapped on cash that maybe can't qualify Or that you know that. You know, once you get into investment, real estate, if you have money in your retirement account, that is a way. For you to there is a way for you to use that and began investing in real estate. So You know again, a great tactic. A lot of people use it. But not a lot of people know about it. So again. You're listening to the Duncan Do real estate show here on 9 70 w F l A news Andrew Duncan of the Duncan duo It is your home. And home insurance ready for extreme weather. So in Florida, we're still in hurricane season. You've heard the storms that are out in the gulf. You've seen the impact of Ida in.

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"I mean look we're storytellers. Everything is manipulate right. That's true everything's manipulable. You're gonna manipulate. Just try to come up with a new way to manipulate. Like don't like any any time. I'm sitting down for our movie. And it's like a fucking dead kit upfront. Like when you know when aaron was pregnant We wanted to watch a harm. And so i'm like. I picked out this harm if you just look cool and like within the first ten minutes. It's not just a baby getting killed. it's an entire nursery of baby. This so i'm going to. It was on netflix. I can't even remember the name. We never see obviously couldn't finish it. 'cause like this demon. Eating babies are owner nurse got possessed. I think it's just like using a scalpel to kill babies or something. My god now named aaron. Who's like about you know. We're like a month away from her. Giving birth is looking at me like and she says what did you do to me. You fucking idea that there was a scene. It's just too easy. There's a movie which i actually recommend. edgar right actually recommended this movie. It's who can kill. The child is the name of the movie. Sometimes it's referred to as the third Children of the damn movie coal. But it's in color and it's a beautiful movie and will take place on the island and it's basically like this this. This couple is young. Couple one pregnant. The woman duncan the woman is pregnant and it. Yeah yeah. I know edgar right goes to goes to. They wind up on this island. I don't know by on purpose or by chance or whatever they wind up on this island which is seems deserted but it's inhabited by children. That are all murderers like cycle. Just like freaked out there just killing children. Yeah and and it's the the two of them trying to survive a horde of children as he's like. Why can't you defend yourself like who who could kill. A child is now now the reason. I want to warn anybody. That's going to go well. That sounds interesting. I'd like to see that if you watch this movie. Skip over the credits on now because the credits for some reason the filmmaker decided like. Let's use footage. I believe it was from world war. Two o of bearing child corpses and it's just like over and over again and it's all grainy and it's all real. It's like documentary footage. It's not think it's like it's. It's like watching steve and we're like on. Jesus christ the movie hasn't even started yet as whatever age texting edgar going halla. Fuck why did you do this to terrible and like just watch after the credits. The book and we we skipped ahead. Watch the movie. The movies actually really really shot beautifully. Like that old kind of seventies early eighties. Just like hell. Yeah rainy but just really. Kind of the boozer really blew. The reds are like red. It's really really really beautiful. Looking movie and But and the kids are creepiest. Fucking in and you believe the the the terror but i recommend the movie if you skip over. That horrible responsible yet. Don't do that credit. don't do that. We've opening title sequence chist irresponsible and it has nothing to do with the rest of the movie. I don't know why somebody didn't say. Hey maybe you know white titles. I'm black we don't. We don't need that we don't need this. Why would why. I would love reasoning. Who could kill a child sometimes referred to as Island of the damn. I believe that as soon as we get internet back. I'm gonna watch. Oh by the way. So you're you doing this. If your internet is i'm met my studio your studio studio yes because i have kids so it's too loud right now. Rob listen i want wanna ask you. This is the only real question i have for you for the whole time. I'm sorry to ask you. We've already done an hour. Do you have a second longer. Yeah it as long as you want. Okay so here's here's something. I've been wondering i feel like i already know what you're gonna say but if you look back at like the texas chainsaw massacre if you look back at rosemary's baby you know the classic vintage horror movies of the past. Maybe even texas jason massacre to though and then you look at a lot of the modern horror movies that are coming out right now. Do you think a some something. I know it just makes telling oh man but our horror movies like is is something. How is it impossible to recreate the harm. The past like is that over. Was there like a golden age of horror. Think i mean like the eighties in particular. There is a weird. There is a lot of stuff going on like special effects came of age in the eighties and so like and also like a lot of independent. Horror movies came of age in that like you know. Texas chainsaw massacre being like one of them going into the eighties or whatever. So you had like your sam. Raimi's let's go out and with our friends and make a movie in the and we'll make a horror movie. Yeah because that's a genre that has proven to make money as opposed to doing comedy. Let's do that so you have. Somebody like sam ramey. Who's like i wanted to comedy. But i know of. I make a horror movie..

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"He's like the to hand-in-hand hand. He's like all this conservative. shit is not the. that's not the way. It should be with christianity. But somehow they've co-opted it. Oh yeah. Have you ever read that book. By tolstoy it's called so fucking good hold on l. tolstoy at this wonderful little essay on christianity essentially. I'm not gonna look the premise of it was. You can't be a christian and kill. You can't be a christian go to war. You can't be a christian and a soldier you can't be a christian and like you know it's really hard core and that is in that. Is you know there is jesus. Didn't get fucking nailed to the cross. Because he was like getting along with powerful people. You know what i mean like. You don't end up being crucified because you don't pose a threat or something like fat like there's a reason they ended up you to have to hammer you're gonna have to get rid of this one. He's going around saying that you know he's going around saying that like we're supposed to treat everybody like ourselves. Forgive everybody and that we're supposed to lake. You turn the other fucking cheek. How do you turn turn the other cheek into like lockheed. Martin how do you convert turn the other cheek and you know. Every from time to time it's okay. Dropped cluster bombs on cities. Matt i love you thank you for letting me ramble with you. So much for me to and I'll see out there. Have a good podcast. You are you interviewing This guy ryan something long german. He's from canadian. Band called mother. Mother fucking huge conversations with matt dwyer folks listen to it. Thank you duncan.

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Ya yeah. And it's sackable as the other scary fucking. It's like bad enough. That these mobs of who the fuck knows whoever doing this but then add to it those sinister pictures of like a bank and like seven hundred cell phones that all have their own individual twitter accounts that are just randomly tweeting from different places to give the fucking allusion that there's something going on in that regard and the anyone you can just put together seven hundred phones not even that three hundred three hundred funds and just sick them on whoever you feel like sticking them on in or reversing you could like inflate someone with just three hundred phones thousand cooking with gas so it's like the whole that there's an allusion to to to because for some weird reason. People are just assuming that the people behind these accounts or even human beings when most of them aren't there just bots and then some percentage of them are like you know who the fuck knows like working for this company or that company and so yeah. I know it's like an invasion of the body. Snatchers situation. You know but yeah what are you gonna do. You made this great special. What are you gonna do. I mean do you have. Do you have a plan like some sun. I know you've seen. I've seen it so my friends. You know. all of a sudden they like explode into the stratosphere and like they get you know they become so fucking famous than everyone's just attacking them out of the blue. But what's your play. Do what are you gonna do if like if you know. You put out a special. Yeah what are you gonna do when they come for you. That's the last question. Rosebud what are you gonna do when they come for you. I've thought about that dude. Thought about that a lot. And i don't for the amount of time that i've spent thinking about it. I really have come up with zero plan. Like i don't have one i i've like i'm like i think the best thing to do is not say anything. That's probably the best thing to do because The more like if you react to it ends up like inflaming it more and i like i really love the way michael. Che deals with His haters he's just like like enjoys it. You know what i mean like. You're really has a fun time. And i think a part of me really enjoys doing shit like that but then then i don't all have a moment where i'm like. Oh fuck i'm just. I'm just like making things harder for myself. You know and so. I saw like take it down or or all not respond. But i just yeah. I think it's better to just not say anything and that's probably the hardest thing for me to do. But that's what i'll do. Most likely is just disappear. I no one's gonna come for you. You're great you're gonna be this special. I'm telling you it's so nice to see you. Special like thing like when i was when i was a talent coordinator the comedy store you know. I scott spend time with mitzi. This is the kind of special that she would have just. She would've loved it so much and it's not my place to speak but like she really like that was how the not just like i mean. Obviously the your hacked in your in your performance but the way. The whole production was so simple but so somehow like super glamorous at the same time it like brought me back to like you know. Those great spent the prior specials. You know what. I mean like those great simple yet awesome special so everybody. I really really hope that you will watch rosebud. Special all the links for that are going to be at duncan trussell dot com or rosbach. Can you tell people where they can find you. Yeah definitely you can find me on instagram at rosebud baker and twitter at rosebud baker I might special is on You just go to stand up dot com slash rosebud baker. And you can watch it there. It's called whiskey fists It's a that is a title that you'll find out what is behind the title when you watch it but whiskey fists and yeah i. I hope he goes a watch it. I hope you'll share it with people. I i really i. I'm proud of it and i. It feels like the receptions been really good so far. So i'm i'm. I'm just grateful that you had me on to talk about it. Honestly i'm like i am kind of dumbfounded. Now that it's out. I i'm just like okay what's next. It's like. that was ten years of my life. You know your free. Let's see what happens now. Yeah it's whatever it let's going to be a lot of things and they're all gonna be great or but i really appreciate your time. Thank you so much thank you. Thanks for having me second. Wait hold on. I didn't die. Okay hold on. I'm press stop and it's going to upload for.

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"So lucky so lucky. To have these conversations with you Thank you thank. That's how i feel too. We've got you have a. Can you talk a little bit about the course you have coming up and wonderful well. Here's the here's the amazing. Miraculous news is We have mike platforms called dom moon d. h. a. r. m. a. moon dot com. If you go there you can learn about what we're offering but we're trying to help with. I guess gradual training which at this point includes training teachers of mindfulness meditation. And hopefully doing a good job of that so that it's not just a kind of groping kind of approach towards communicating about. But something barely well trained in specific. So we have one hundred our mindless meditation teacher training. And there are free info sessions coming up for the first one is wednesday august twenty fifth If you go to Donahue dot com link is there and then if you go to garmin dot com slash info dash session. You can go right to it. It's free you can just come and find out about it. But so many of our friends that dunk lights. We call them have gone through this training. We have one going on right now. There's so many guides in it. And i told people we were going to be talking about enlightenment and i got like five. Emails will tell dunkin. Enlightenment might be this. It might be that so there's a. There's a nice community of dunk guides. That are part of the Part of the tradition of being trained as mindless teachers last. They're really good people. Don't they're really good people. I mean you really you. You really got some nice friends out there. And they are very sincere and they're kind of You know they have good discipline in general and they're not you know just going just spoonfeed me this and and they're really curious so the here you know i appreciate any any all. All duncan trussell. Friends are welcome dom dot com and come to find out what it's about off. This is clearly after year. This conversation i get to have these. I could just call of these not to brag but you should definitely take this course and david thank you so much for your time. It's just a real honor to get to work with you on his way. Thank you thank you dunkin. Say hi everybody out there and dunkin land. I will take care of yourselves everybody. That was david nick..

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Steal your credit card. They will spend your money right now. It's cute On on forest. But if he's twenty and he stealing your credit card to go score opioids. It's not gonna be cute right right so we gotta like you know extract the love and the generosity from that and somehow at the right time go you have what you need for us and you need to help him learned that he does have what he needs. He doesn't need to crave what other people have. And i'm sure you'll you'll teach him that your family will be held up. And he won't have to go through that. So hungry ghosts They're they're visualized with tiny little mouths and tiny little necks and huge bellies. So they never can get satisfied and we all know what that feels like. Everybody i know knows what that feels like. But you know when you're sitting with somebody who has a marked amount of that. They're kind of leaning into space. That's their way of That's their way of making love to actually. That's the only way they know how yeah. Yeah i'd have enough and there are only making love to themselves and it's never enough so it's a particularly a particularly challenging state of mind to work with and generosity is the only cure okay. Is there such a thing as greedy generosity. Well there's idiot compassion you know about that right where you sort of. Yes satisfying yourself by appearing to be compassionate to others. you know. that's another great great phrase idiot compassionate. I love that. One image that iran. I always think about it. Is it psych. Someone's dumping honey on top of you. It's like someone's boring. You're stuck in this house. Sticky sweet outflow. But it's too much and it's like it's all you know when it's happening when someone's being legitimately generous. It's a totally different feeling than when someone's like trying to like do some kind of pot latch in front of you by giving you shit you know like in. It's a sad state to see someone in. It's a sad state so making an answer. I think this idea of making friends with the clashes is something. I want to just keep talking about it a little bit more because the you get like the gas leak of suffering it explodes into these fires aversion desire and confusion again. I just don't understand how to make like for me. I think my if i had to like look at the way the thing catches fire the worst of them for me is the confusion part. It's the the in the. I can work with desire. I can work with version. But when i get all confused tired you know what i mean just fuzzy work with. I don't i don't know how to make friends with it because the state is so remember. When we first started working together. I would meditate. I couldn't meditate for medicine apparently meditate and anytime. i started meditating. That was the first thing that i felt sleepy. It was the very first thing. I would feel all the sudden. I had insomnia at the time. So all of a sudden. I would feel mysteriously. Oh god just exhausted like now. I can really sleep whereas at night. I'm like laying wide awake. You know what i mean it was i. I must be top. It's tired fatigued or something. But now i've come to see a fuck that's one of the things and it sucks. I don't know how to make friends with it when it creeps in and suddenly. I'm fussing out or i'm just like feeling kind of in tropic. You know it's depression. I think it's a form of you know. I think people call it depression when it gets out of control. But it's something worse than that even how the fuck do we make friends with that david. Well of course there's a person who's experiencing that we could make prince with that's right yeah and it does come and go in my experience. Yes it is often. I'm not to say every single time But often people like us who are real thinkers. Sit down and just pay attention the breadth and we just go right. It's like i call it. The road runner principle. We're kind of zooming around zoom and then it just all stops because you sat down and it's just like you crash so a lot of a lot of kind of thinking thinker type. People not out during meditation not exclusively it also could be. You're not getting enough rest and that that's you know you should get enough rest So i thought well gee if you if you fall asleep every time you meditate wanting just meditate right before you go to sleep either way either way you come out a winner either. You won't fall asleep. And you'll be meditating or you'll fall asleep and that's good because you're trying to fall asleep that's what that's what making friends is like working with the energy of it as opposed to i see okay like kind of like like looking at with a system you're dealing with and then hacking it to some degree like i understand what how is the energy system functioning and then let's let's tweak it with when i started meditating more that phenomena when it went away but it was the first thing it was it was worse than boredom. It was worse than not wanting to sit still. It was because it's like heavy headed feeling. She'll went away. I think that's how i experienced confusion. I mean i think that's what to me when we hear the term confusion or ignorance I i think people think more of like i can't solve this equation. You know what i mean. I don't understand why this is happening versus what for me at least the way. It appears is more just like a zombie like state or something is that maybe i'm misinterpreting it. No there's i mean again you know classical dharma. There's laxity any relation of the two words in english that are used so they basically correspond to manic depression contemporary language and those are the kind of two extremes that most of us will experience in the meditation process. Either it's and it's too loose or too tight would be another way of looking at it not do. So that's laxity you're describing. Just the energy sinks. Yeah you know. And and his bottom usually people like that. They're gonna hit the other extreme too at a certain point. Sure so relation doesn't mean you're happy museum like kind of a little bit wired up. Yeah elation there you go there you go. That's a good one right. That's real good and we're going to experience it. There is no so. I feel duncan as you know that like helping people to understand that. There's a process involved with meditation. It's not a magic pill is can be really. I found it experience very helpful to people like the. They're not just..

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Creepy about trophy rooms. You know what. I'm talking about like that creepy. Look for to buy a house out your man. There was like more than a few houses that had like a really prominent trophy display. What the fuck do your building all duty yourself. They'll like your gas after what he wanted to someone's trophies like what's the healthy way to season what were you supposed to say. Wow you got a lot of trophies. I mean it it also reminds me unfortunately of like really disappointing sex because you know when entering that experienced that like in theory this could be one of the greatest feelings that the universe has to offer. And like you don't know why your brain is disassociating or not present enough but there's nothing you can do about it. There is nothing you can do. It can be someone that you're genuinely wildly attracted to but there's no words that come to mind nothing that can you explain the fact that you're just not in the zone at the moment. There's just nothing and all you know as that. This great thing is being squandered and insulted and disgrace experiences. Not going to happen is escaping you. You know yeah so. I think that things like themis or whatever anything like that you know whether people talk about you know meeting their heroes or whatever but just like the big moment the big guitar solo. That is one of the saddest things. Is that when you realize that that in itself ended up not being so great you know and that hurts the most because you have the hollywood theme in your head you have the whole story that mythology and your head so being able to throw away those connotations and those heights and those great experiences it makes perfect sense to me. Because you're just comparing things to that all the time you're young i mean if you're having sex you're comparing to the last time you did or or the better time or whatever you know it's like there's a demand insects in a in a fascinating way to be president. You have to be or else. You won't enjoy it dude. It's like you're crucifying yourself on your fucking trophies. So creepy z's seems like isis. Do like take someone's emmys and like turn them in and like hang them. We're like make them eat them. Mo this was wonderful. Thank you so much man. I love talking to you. I love gauging with you. Thank you and i'll have all the links for people to find you. Dug a trestle dot com. Do you have anything you want to plug. I'm trying to finish up all my own. My new solo work and my new podcast shit so i. I don't have anything ready for a digestion yet. All right man. I love you. Thank you email. How do you do that. Was email amos everybody other links to find more going to be a doug. Trussell dot com. I want to once again. Thank the wonderful. Drew lewis for Coining the term gas damp and singing on that incredible track geared at the beginning. Did i mentioned i have a soundcloud. Just search duncan trussell on soundcloud. And there's a lot of tracks from this podcast over there..

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Right there. There are ways to do it though. Can't be in a glance way. It has to be done in a way of real real sanctity. But we don't look at these world as a you know listening to this one. I guess this this simulation you know. Just gotta run it through. Try it next time. We'll be this is the way it's supposed to be. There is dialectic of like okay. So i'm good. How can i be better like yes. Meaning when you're living in consonance with your spirit and your body that is the rebuilding of the temple. Yes there's going to be a physical manifestation of that but when you're doing that and when you don't have that when there is that internal struggle when there is that fight whether is this your tearing yourself apart you've destroyed the temple and that's what we're trying to person. I have to thank you for something very specific now. Because what you've given me in. This conversation is not just something. I had forgotten but something i have been perpetually confused about for decades and you have helped me completely unravel it and i really have to thank you because i just up until this point have not understood redemption. And that's what you just gave me. I just didn't understand the possibility of how it works. The physics behind the math behind it and i thank you for this because that is what you gave me. In this conversation it is so beautiful so sublime in such a perfect exposition on the subject. I really wanna thank you for that. Because wow what an incredible. What an incredible perfect kind of math. There it really is. It's coming from arts addicted coming from our gurus and we are blessed again. I liked it. You know what did i do in my previous lives to be able to to have this not. I remember that you know like don't deserve anything. The d. word we're exposed to we've been exposed to people again. There's a certain you know disbelief that like. I don't think i'm supposed to be in this club. Like like i know people i know people i know duncan dr veggie. I know you. And i know you hang out is.

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Wait a second. That's what i'm capable of. Yeah that's what i'm potential. That's the more exotic because they're they're they're invigorating and they're they're they're pushing button of like. Oh me too. I also have or at sava me and again we're talking about more. Get this is. This is what they're able to do. Because it makes no sense that the two of us and i get i want our was possible and express my gratitude to the universe to duncan trussell to ever else everything that's lit up to this moment. Blessed lane gratitude. I can't believe you have these conversations. I just can't believe it. It's impossible to understand and when we get depressed. We forget that depression is again. The cabalistic works depression. Means forgetting your name. Forget your name. It says it says after you die says after you die you forget your name unless you like conscious of innings your name. Isn't you know your name is. What is your name is feed right after king david wright it's w. donkeys meal. Yeah i would you know after after we do after we do the circumcision again but added that bit. That bit up getting. I'll getting out no you don't you're in we're gonna we're gonna do to work around coach tickets telling you if you want to be in the club you might as well enjoy yourself haters. It's like if you're going to be in this. Are you a metaphor. But.

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Look at color. Just look at color colours. Perfect what are you gonna. I mean like who's going to you know maybe color relatively you can have some problems. Certain colors like don't what great together. But like you know what. I mean if you see shade of green you would it be out of your mind. If you're like look at that malfunctioning. Fucking color there you know. That's the that's the that's the story. Maybe that's the dim ear. It's just a bullshit story. Yeah yes saying. Yes to the moment as they say. Or what do you call it what we say in. Aa acceptance is the solution to all my problems. But i agree one hundred percent. But i also agree with carl jung and marketing and edward burne as and all that that what we are dunkin or miguel is a small fraction. Or we think we are in the rest of his giant iceberg of shadow. Material trauma complexes you know powers that be know this from edward as to steve jobs in marketing. And we all know you don't market to somebody's consciousness you market to their unconscious because that's who's making the decisions in life when we go shopping. Scientists said we have already made a decision. Five seconds before conscious mind has made the decision. They've tracked part of our brain so what we are is ultimately a construct and if this concert wants to enjoy the present fine. But i believe i want to understand the entirety of whom he is vast ocean of Unconscious just as i want to explore the mind of the true god and i think that's my goal is and that's why i respect narcissism because i'm not going to accept that this little fragment this thing this iceberg over the water is all miguel will ever be insane with duncan duncan is this divinity and there's so much going on yeah when you and your wife are fighting or meyer while i fighting. I think there's about forty people fighting at the same time. There's my wife when she was ten. There's me when i was fifteen. There's me who got hit by my drunken alcoholic dead. There's me who got rejected prom. There's my wife and her you know there's a lot going on. We are legion as we lead. Throw me in a fucking pigs please. Over the cliff. I'm ready says means. I think he's doing therapy are legion swarm. Oh miguel. thank you so much for this. I what a joy to to get to ask you all. You've cleared up so much at created a lot more confusion in a really beautiful way for me. I'm just so we're lucky that we have you. Can you tell people where they can find you. sure sure. Yeah it'd be glad to come on again and talk about different aspects of nas. We've only tip of the iceberg. The legion is still covered even close. But what a great tip. I i mean yes and i will anytime you have the time i would love to have back on awesome four. My website is surprising. Nobody the god of god dot com because it has to be nonstick and there. You'll find information on my podcast. A on by my books. My articles social media movies. That have made short movies Anything you want. If you want to contact me some questions please do so but everything you need in a ton of articles on ostracism introductory to go to the god of of god dot com awesome. Thank you so much. It's been a real pleasure to bless thank you. That was miguel connor. Everybody the links you need to find. Miguel will be doug trussell dot com or you can just go to his website. God above god dot com a tremendous. Thank you to our wonderful sponsor squarespace and shudder and a big thank you to you for subscribing to the d. f h. I love you so much. I'll see you next week until then how krishna stat of the matrix..

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Duncan, with the Duncan duo joined by Mike Cord with cross country mortgage. So, Mike It's interesting because when the market gets really hot, it becomes less, um, important for sellers to take care of things to repair things to have their house looking in Tip top condition. Here's one thing, though, that is still a pet peeve of mine that I see a lot of people making a mistake about I came across the listing. There is some stuff you know, through some stuff I do in the car seen somebody that actually has a house for sale and I was absolutely amazed. How cluttered and dirty the house was in the photo like dirty clothes on the ground luggage on the bed, half painted walls in rooms. Um, you know, just just I mean, I was absolutely baffled. This is an $850,000 house in another part of the country, so it's not local. And so It kind of made me take a step back because I thought to myself. Look, there are a lot of people who think they don't have to do these things. And you're right that the house will probably still sell. But the question is Will it sell for as much money Or will you get low balled in inspections Because they think you're not taking care of things right? It's still super important to put your best foot forward and at a minimum, if you're not going to make repairs or improvements to the house Man you've got to de clutter and have the house looking at least nice and presentable and clean. Almost think of it like if you were having a dinner party that night. What would you want your house to look like? Correct? Um And and so, so many people make that mistake and Mike, I'm sure you see some of the real estate photos all the time. We're houses all the time, like a train wreck all the time, and we talk to people I'm when they're getting appraisal done. If it's a refinance, it's going to be their own home or anything else. But It is. I mean, while technically you know, dirty clothes on the floor shouldn't affect value. Um one way or the other exception does become reality. And you know, everybody's heard that line. But that's real, because, like you said it You know? Does that mean that they don't take care of the rest of the house? If you can't even pick up for a photo when you're going to sell your home, pick up the stuff that's on the garage. Er de clutter, move things out of the way and everything else. And so you know, the sentiment can be to go to a lower value or something else and not get you the outcome that you want so Taking that extra time to tidy up. Keep things clean again. You don't have to fix everything in the house, especially nowadays, but making sure you do have things tidy and neat, um, can be in there. You know, it does make a difference. I you know, I mean, I wish I could tell you it doesn't right. But it does. And perception is reality. And you know, you should take the time and the effort to to put your How do your best foot forward like you said, if you're having a dinner party? You know you're inviting people into your house. That's really what you're doing. When you're allowing for pictures to do it. You're inviting people into your house. What would you want it to look like? So let's let's talk about that for a second, because I want people to understand. You don't have to spend a bunch of money to have your house looking its best. It's simply maybe. Look, if you're not a clean person. Maybe you're a bachelor. You know, Or maybe you're a single lady. And you just like the leaves stuff everywhere. You know, like it's not just bachelor's women are messy to now. Come on, You know, we've got to keep. We gotta keep it fair today. So you know the the reality is that You know if you're putting your house on the market, man, you've got to think of it. Like, almost like, you know, you're a marketer. Now, your marketing this this, you know experience for people. So even if you're not going to make repairs, even if you're not going to change the stuff that's in there. You've got to pick up after yourself. You get you can't have photos that show a bunch of clutter. You can't photos that show trash on the ground or, you know, half painted walls. The funny part is, as you saw in another photo that the room had three fully painted walls and one half painted wall. I don't know. Maybe you paint the whole wall. Or maybe you just don't show the half painted while in the photo. I'm not sure I don't understand the logic, but the reality is that you want to put your best foot forward, And if you're hiring a real estate agent, they're going to tell you the honest truth, a good real estate agent. Going to tell you the honest truth about what needs to happen to your house to get it to make you the most money and the most painless home sale. Now, people don't always listen like we we've had plenty of circumstances. We we put homes in a market where the client in listening, we've got to kind of regroup and explain to them all these things that they need to do. But the reality is the most basic thing is the house has got to be picked up. And decluttering is a big part of that. So I always tell people you know if you hire if you hire us to sell your house, we're going to sell it. So why don't you just start moving now you get put some of your junk wherever you can hide it. Don't have it out in the photos, put it into closets and look as much as I'm a garage fanatic. Personally, I think if if you don't follow us on social, you probably figured out I'm a car guy. So I want to clean garage. But if there's a place where your stuff can go, that isn't going to distract someone in a home sale. It's the.

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"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"Welcome to the. Nobody told me that podcast my name. Is theresa duncan and my goal is to share information that you probably weren't thinking about. I love preparing my friends for situations that may come completely out of the blue. I also want to share with you. Many of the tidbits. I picked up over the years. If you absolutely have to tune out before the end of the show make sure you check out the notes for more details and information on today's topic and thank you so much for making me a part of your day. Well hello.

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"duncan" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Convictions. Cool she's released from prison. She promises that she will not hold anymore seances. And then she immediately goes back to scotland and begins holding seances but she moved back to scotland and decided to to basically keep it on the down low and be a bit quieter. These are small seances in her home now giant packed halls and she's no longer releasing state secrets in one thousand nine fifty. Six police raided her while she was in the middle of a science one evening because now of course the fraudulent medium act has been established. And she's really truly not supposed to be doing this and she said that she was in a very very deep trout senate and it took her out it. she's very upset and throughout the rest of the day. She keeps complaining that she's really not feeling well and that evening she died. What yep of what. Her followers of course blamed the police raid. Yeah but also eulogized her. The people that fully taryn liked said to the the spirits decided to keep her for their own while she was in a trance. Thought it was very nice The general medical opinion now is that she was in very poor health and just it was bad timing and she just happened to die that evening but either way. That's the end of helen. Duncan wow or is it. She's a medium of course right if anyone's gonna come back. Yeah it should be held in dunkin and she did make a brief appearance. At a seance in the uk in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and i mean a very brief appearance. She appeared to wish happy birthday to another spirit. A nine year old boy who was celebrating his birthday from the other side with his brother's family and various other well wishers. Okay and helen dropped by mainly to encourage all the living attendees to remember folks who are alone on their birthdays. And it would help to papa card through the door of those that we know are alone. Oh we have audio of this to wait. What.

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Duncan on the Duncan duo real estate show. So back here on the Duncan do a show talking about the Tampa Bay real estate market. I'm Andrew Duncan of the Duncan duo joined by Mike Corrigan with cross country mortgage, and I want to talk next about first time Homebuyers, Mike I know you guys were in specialized with lot of first time home buyers looking to kind of jump start their life. Um, you know, and take the plunge of Either apartment, living or living with their parents, and it's a segment of the market place that I think is going to be key to real estate success over the next several years. But there are a lot of people I think that go into the their first purchase. With the goals to get everything they've always wanted in their first time, they want to knock it all out on the first deal. We know that's never really the reality. Is it now? It's it's not, And you know, one of the big things that we see with first time Homebuyers When we start talking him A lot of times is There is something in the conversation that they're surprised about Andre. It differs from person to person. Whether it's they didn't realize they could just put his little is 3% down, sometimes even 0% down to get into home. They still think they had to put 20% down or how much could they really afford? Or what is it going to be versus the rent? They have to buy the price range that they're looking at. There's there's usually always one or two surprises that that each of the conversations, you know, they're like, Wow, I didn't realize that. Um and it's just, you know, I mean, there's a lot of information that goes into it, and so we just see that all the time? Yeah, I think you know the whole objective of buying your forever home on the first one is unrealistic. Typically your first home You don't have enough income to really get everything you want The House number one and number two. There's gonna be a lot when your first time Homebuyer not to completely demographically. Determine what the first time Homebuyer looks like. But generally speaking, you're talking about someone that's a little bit younger. Um, you know, starting out, maybe starting a family. Is your family grows as your life grows as your personal needs and desires grow, so grows your home. So the very first home that you get needs to be a starting point so that you can start to establish equity so you can start to establish credit s so you can understand what it's like to be a homeowner far too often. I see people go out and say Oh, I wanna I'm a first time home buyer I wanna buy 19 twenties bungalow and some of the heights Yes, Recipe for disaster. Because the maintenance and repairs and you know, so you have to kind of graduate in different levels to be successful homeownership and not drain your budget. Uh, you know, maintaining your home. So what I will say is That also, financial motives come into play a lot of times the home that you buy, you know, appreciates dramatically and then it makes sense to sell it because you could have a financial windfall. To sell it and then move to another one and take your gain. Um, so certainly your plans can change with your family with your personal life style. Unfortunately, something we're dealing with a lot right now. Your first home, Concetta because of divorce. Um, you know, divorce numbers are way up and it's ah. Taboo subject to talk about, But it's something that through the years we've really gathered a lot of experience having to work with people. They're selling their home after going through that and and the steps and how to do it successfully and how to work with both parties. I think over. It obviously didn't help ah lot of marriages and and contribute more toe. Divorce obstacles and the right real estate agent for somebody going through that isn't the same as it is for someone going through a normal transactions. There's all these things that can happen in your life. That could change your quote unquote forever home toe being a, you know, not very much longer home. So you know, don't don't expect that You're gonna hit it out of the park with your first purchase. You've got to take your wants and needs focus on your needs. And if you get some of your once fantastic if not That's just the reality of real estate. You've gotta kind of keep, you know a stepping stone. So to speak. Yeah, for sure. And I mean, you know, most people go through different seasons of life. It's kind of what you were talking about there and you're gonna have different wants needs your likes change, You know, I mean, you probably like things differently today than you did 20 years ago or 15 years ago, depending on your age, or they You know if you're a young young person, a teenager, and now you know what you thought was going to be your dream home might be different now And so that's going to most likely continue to happen through life. And that's why the statistics show that you know, I think the last I saw, you know the average person stays in the home a little over seven years. Now that's going to be there. That's national averages, but The reality is they're averages like that, because people are going to make a decision One way or another. So a lot of what you mentioned whether it's you know, a growing family a reduced size of family a change in, you know, household, you know, formations on do things are gonna happen. I think one other thing that comes into play when it when you're buying that a lot of people fail to understand, Um, you know, they buy a home and they're going to fix it up. Right, And I think they they don't have any experience except watching, uh, crooked reality TV that lies to them. Every time they watch it. I'm being serious. Like Do not watch reality real estate TV. If you want to learn about real estate, I'll give you one example of why not to do that. I know I've talked about it before, but unfortunately friends with some people have reality TV shows. You know people that were shared a media agent with me. On D did some of the similar things early on in our business, and it's so staged. We get we get the major real estate reality TV shows reach out to us on the regular Asking us if her homes that we had listed that have now sold that they want to use on her TV show that the buyer doesn't end up selecting so the buyer is it's a ruse. The home isn't even available for sale on me. While the shocks that looks.

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