35 Burst results for "ERA"
The Eric Metaxas Show
Pat Boone Shares a Story About Elvis and Lisa Marie
"I remember, I don't know, it's got to be close to like 15 years ago or something. When Elizabeth Taylor passed away and Dick Cavett, who I'm privileged to call a friend as I call you friend, he was interviewed on, I don't know what it was. I don't think Larry King was on anymore. But it was one of those shows and he was being asked about Liz Taylor and he said, yeah, she's like the last of the redwoods from that Hollywood era. She's the last one. But he said, but, you know, we shouldn't envy these people because he knew the behind the scenes story that addicted to drugs innumerable failed marriages, alcoholism. I mean, a level of misery that is mostly hidden from the public or it's sold in the tabloids as part of their fun, crazy life. But you know these people as people and you realize it sells itself records, it sells movies, but it destroys lives. It's heartbreaking. Yeah, when Lisa Marie. Died recently and her own son had died of a drug overdose. And I'd been with her just a month before with Priscilla. It was at the 45th anniversary of Elvis's death. And of course, there were still people coming from around the world as they do every year in August. And there's a shrine that was on Elvis at his at his home site. And it's almost like they're coming to commemorate saint Elvis. Because for sure. And he was gone and so they just can't let him go. Well, then in the shadow of all of that, talk about the valley of the shadow of death. Lisa Marie's son died, and then of drugs, and then she died of a heart attack. And I made the statement because I loved them all. I had just been with them. Celebrating, you know, Elvis life. And to some extent, his death, and I made the statement that supreme fantastic success can often be more dangerous, the sudden success than long lives in poverty.
AP News Radio
Biden issues first veto, taking on new Republican House
"President Biden has lobbed the first shot of what's to be a bigger battle with the Republican led house. The president's issued his first veto, looking to kill a GOP author Bill that would have effectively reinstated a Trump era ban on federal retirement plan managers, considering things like climate change when making investment decisions. The veto is likely to stand and is an early sign of how the president will deal with House Republicans intent on undoing parts of his policy legacy, but it also serves as an olive branch of sorts to environmentalists who were upset by the administration's recent approval of a massive oil drilling project in Alaska. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Hurting the Culture
"Anyway, we have here an example. It's important to understand the idea of setting a precedent involves humility that you ask yourself. Is what I'm doing hurting the culture. But that's not a question that anyone anyone on the left asks. Liberals on occasion might, but tend not to, but leftists are outright opponents of it. The ex-president of the United States is alleged to have paid off, I'm I believe he did. Paint a woman money not to publicize their having had a one night stand. Something many, many married men who had the money would be happy to do. Because they don't want to hurt their marriage or their family. Or whatever reason, all of which would be understandable. Remember, during the Clinton era, we were told constantly, yeah, he lied under oath, but it was about sex. That was the entire democratic argument. Incidentally I did not find that to be a stupid argument. And for the record, I never came out for his impeachment. I thought he should resign, for the good of the country, but I never came out for his impeachment.
AP News Radio
Entertainment Update for 3-19
"I'm Archie's are a letter with an entertainment update. Actor Lance Reddick, who had roles in the TV series the wire and in the John Wick movies has died at the age of 60, his publicist says Reddick died suddenly on Friday, but gave no details. Reddick said in a 2012 AP interview he was proud of his work on the wire. When you step back and when you actually look at it, you think, wow, I'm part of I'm in that group. Remember the mess with ticketmaster and Taylor Swift tickets last year, swift kicked off her eras tour Friday in Glendale, Arizona, ending with the song karma. She told the crowd of more than 70,000 she realized it took considerable effort for them to be there. That is the song tegu it by late rapper Coolio. It's the first single from an album called long live Coolio that his estate will release later this year. Kulia was working on new music when he died of cardiac arrest in September. I'm Archie's are a letter.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
John Solomon Discusses China's Treaty Violations and the Wuhan Lab
"Is COVID origin secrets near the classification that in itself is exciting. Wuhan a lab's ties to China military burst into focus, talk to us about the latest things we need to know about our country, our government and the military biodefense lab in communist China, John. It's extraordinary. So no matter where we end up on whether the COVID-19 virus leaked from the lab or not, obviously the FBI energy department House intelligence committee Senate health committee all believe it did and growing other number of intelligence committees believe that. But here's the bigger question. No matter what happened with COVID-19, there is now irrefutable proof that the United States government has known since 2005 that China was violating its own treaties to not do offensive biological weapons they had an offensive biological weapons program. It was based in the Chinese People's Liberation Army at an entity called the academy of military medical sciences specifically the 5th institute. The State Department declared that in a document in 2005. Over the decade after they made that declaration, wide open evidence that the MMS that academy we just talked about was working with the Wuhan institute of virology, the place where we think the COVID-19 virus worked on. What were they working on? On Anthony Fauci's own site. On the NIH, you can find this. There was a study on anthrax. There was a study, a book, a book that said, coronaviruses as a class are going to be the leading edge of a new era of genetic warfare. That's the Chinese words, not mine. Those are the sort of things that were going on between scientists at the Wuhan institute of virology. And the academy of military medical sciences in China, the place that we said was the epicenter of an illicit bioweapons program, despite all that knowledge, despite all that evidence, no one in the intelligence committee, no one in the national Institutes of health. No one in the State Department stopped it. Millions of dollars flowed from U.S. agencies to the Wuhan institute of virology. And now we're hearing maybe also directly to the academy, the
The Doug Collins Podcast
Aaron Barker Weighs in on the Digital Zoom Era of Songwriting
"Things you just mentioned, and I've talked to, I mean, I've talked to a lot of songwriters in the last little bit. We're going to do even more as to just one of my passions as you well know. But one of the things is, is this new and I've talked to younger songwriter older songwriters that have been in the business for a few days, you know, for 50 years. Yeah, and this idea of the digital zoom songwriting sessions is, what's your thoughts? I mean, 'cause you wrote a lot of good stuff. I mean, how are you adapting to it? Well, I'm not. I've been I've written by myself most of my life. I do co writing, I did more when I was signed with the herb woolsey publishing company over there, muy bueno, because it's kind of expected of it. You kind of spread the, you know, all the resources and get them all combined. But I kind of have an anxiety about getting into new places and new people and stuff. It's always been really challenging for me to co write. Even here at home, but so I don't do a lot of it. And so the zoom thing well, one, I never did it during COVID, which is when it got very popular, and it took a great tool for those who used it. But I lived so far out in the country. We had to get sky link. Is that what it's called, Starlink? Well, the Elon Musk satellite system to get to get enough gigabytes or whatever they are out here to get online for years before that. We couldn't get online. We certainly couldn't zoom.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
How Government Uses Anti-Terrorism Tools Against Us With Mike Benz
"Let me just share with you a comment that kind of shocked me that a very sober individual, one of the few, truly dedicated investigative journalists made on my radio show. Maybe about a year ago, and that man is John Solomon, a dogged investigative reporter who's worked for, you name it, AP Reuters, Washington Post, you name it. This is a good guy who actually still believes in journalism created his own company called Justin news dot com. And with regards to the Russia collusion hoax, that he reported on admirably in the afterwards was smeared by the mainstream media. He said the following to me on my show, he said, the tools of Cold War propaganda that had been used to target the Soviet Union are enemies, have in recent years been turned inward against U.S. citizens. I mean, that's a stunning statement to say, how do you react to John Solomon's commentary? The only addition I would make is to say before it was turned inward, it was given several shots of steroids to make it bigger, better and meaner than it ever was. You see, what happened was in the analog age, we had a Cold War propaganda apparatus that was also married to official government propaganda organs. We had a U.S. information agency. And at the time, in the Cold War, there really was no press by and for the people in the pure sense that it would come to be in the digital age. All of the traditional legacy media institutions that were popular during the Cold War were offshoots early offshoots of the office of war information, really from 1942 until the Eisenhower era, you had basically all of the means of mass communication you had, you know, since the invention of the printing press, you had newspapers, but the new also had the telegraph in the 1800s. You had wireless communications in the 1900s, TV in Hollywood, all of those modalities of mass communications were all rolled into the World War II effort through OWI, the office of war information, and remember Fox News didn't come along until the 1990s. CBS NBC and ABC were all run by former OWI guys. There was always a back channel. So the office, let's just repeat that in case people missed it. The handful of media organs we had until the explosion of cable news and the Internet. The handful of news platforms America had were being run by people who had been involved with the office of war information, correct? Correct.
Slack and Grammarly Integrate ChatGPT to Embrace AI Era
"7 p.m. Friday March 10th, 2023. Slack and grammarly integrate Chad GPT to embrace AI era. Slack, the instant messaging program for professional communications will soon offer new superpowers after unveiling a chat GPT AI tool aimed. The post slack and grammarly integrate chat GPT to embrace AI era first appeared on meta news.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Lord Conrad Black Talks Murdoch, Schumer and J6 Footage
"Lord black, the idea that the establishment doesn't want us to see this footage and then the most senior individual in the upper house here on Capitol Hill wants the CEO of fox corps to ban his most popular star from giving us more information your reaction. If Chuck Schumer were the chairman of News Corp., they would still be sitting in Adelaide Australia losing money. I mean, he couldn't run a two car funeral and Rupert Murdoch who might have known well for 40 years and had the challenging but bracing experience of competing with him in Britain and in Australia. Adequately successfully. Is probably the greatest media proprietor and innovator in the history of the world. And it is not, it does not lie in the mouth of senator Schumer to tell him how to run his business. And in the broader sense, of course, what he is urging on a spurious invocation of what amounts to the partisan interest of the myth makers and elections steelers of the Democratic Party. He's demanding censorship. The voluntary censorship by the world's leading media owner because it would be an inconvenience to the Democrats and the myth making that they have that they have conducted in a defamatory and in my opinion at times illegal way throughout the Trump era. And exactly the reverse is what should happen. The truth should come out. I mean, obviously you can't run 40,000 hours of this stuff on prime time television. But a fair sampling of key moments to indicate a precisely and fairly what really happened
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. Bob Good: Calling for 1990s-Era Work Requirements on Welfare
"The things I really appreciate about your plan is to actually embrace the Bill Clinton era, work requirements on welfare. I think for me, and we're going to get to that in a second, but congressman just imagine how far the Democrat party has moved to the left when they were the ones who actually embraced these ideas of, hey, you know, if you're gonna get all welfare, you gotta show us your, you're out there trying to get a job. No question. There's our 3 million less Americans working today than there were when Biden became president and not only is it costing us we're going to save about $30 billion a year on the spending side by having able bodied Americans return to work. So not only is there an economics budgetary savings there, but it will fuel the economy, job creators, employers and businesses can not increase productivity, can not invest in their businesses the way they want to in terms of growing that business without workers. And so there's a cultural component to it. There's a moral virtue that's part of work that we're hurting our country, our hurting our society. We're also against we're spending money to provide federal subsistence to people who are able to work, but then also we're holding back our economy. This president is projected to continue like the anemic 1% economic growth. We got to get back to Trump's pro growth policies, three to 4% growth, which means cutting the regulations again instead of increasing means keeping Trump's tax cuts in place and cutting taxes even more. It means getting Americans back to work as you've just noted there. And it means unleashing American energy again. All those are critical to getting the economy churning again, which will mean we can get to fiscal balance more quickly than we can. We're just trying to cut our way there alone. We got to cut the spending no question, but we all got also got to get Americans back to work, get the economy going again.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Intelligence Suggests Pro-Ukrainian Group Sabotaged Pipelines
"Several weeks ago, Seymour hersh, a longtime, a lifelong leftist. Did a bombshell post on his substack, I believe, but certainly he did a blog post. Basically saying, I have evidence that the United States Navy divers from Florida blew up the Nord stream pipeline. And he gave a lot of detail, which was came out of nowhere. The most he was able to do is point a sources that were inside the U.S. government that told him this. And then there was a kind of long silence the media sort of not touching this article it sort of radioactive, even though Seymour hersh has a record of breaking major stories, I believe he broke the story of the my lai, the milai massacre in the Vietnam era. Nevertheless, this article has gone, you may say, untouched by the western media. I talked about it on the podcast, but it's coverage has been very muted. And now something very interesting from The New York Times, quote, intelligence suggests pro Ukrainian groups, sabotage pipelines, U.S. officials say. Now, according to this New York Times article, a huge change, obviously, for the first time here is a major media outlet acknowledging our side blew up the Nord stream pipeline. But they're saying not Biden, and they're saying not even zelensky. They're saying this is not something that was done by kind of Ukrainian officials or say, but some kind of renegade Ukrainian group. U.S. officials said there was much they did not know about the perpetrators and their affiliations. They did not specify the members of the group or who directed or paid for the operation. They implied was quote a proxy force with connections to the Ukrainian government.
AP News Radio
McClellan becomes 1st Black woman for Virginia in Congress
"A black lawmaker from Virginia has made congressional history. I Norman hall. Democrat Jennifer mcclellan was holding the receipt of a poll tax her father once had to pay, tucked in the pages of a family Bible when sworn into the U.S. House. She is the first black woman to represent Virginia in Congress. House speaker Kevin McCarthy held a ceremonial swearing in with mcclellan, who was joined by her two children on the chamber floor, Virginia's now the 23rd state to be represented by a black woman, according to a recent Pew Research Center analysis of historical records, mcclellan recalled voting struggles of the Jim Crow era, she said her grandfather had to prove he could read and find three white men to vouch for it. Norman hall, Washington
AP News Radio
Plunge in border crossings could blunt GOP attack on Biden
"A new poll shows some support for changing the number of immigrants and asylum seekers allowed into the United States. About four in ten adults who responded to an Associated Press north center for public affairs research survey say the level of immigration and asylum seekers should be lowered about two in ten, say they should be higher, and about a third want the numbers to remain the same. There has been a sharp drop in illegal border crossings since December following president Joe Biden's announcement that Mexico would take back Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans, under a pandemic era rule that denies migrants the right to seek asylum as part of an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but at the same time the U.S. has agreed to admit up to 30,000 per month of those four nationalities on humanitarian parole if they apply online, enter at an airport and find a financial sponsor. I'm John water
CNN Boss Stopped Staff From Reporting Lab Leak Theory
"Credibility crisis writes fox dot com Fox News dot com CNN boss ordered staff not to chase down COVID lab leak theory As pandemic unfolded Then seen in president Jeff Zucker considered the lab leak theory a Trump talking point quote unquote according to an insider CNN has long referred to itself as the most trusted name in news And famously launched its facts first campaign during the Trump era But like many other outlets that sentiment fell by the wayside when it came to the COVID lab leak theory I would argue reality In recent days the theory has been embraced by FBI director Christopher wray and a bombshell report indicated that the U.S. energy department believes the virus likely started in the lab He sent him an express by top Trump administration officials nearly from the outside But in the early months of the pandemic then CNN president Jeff Zucker would not allow his network to chase down the lab leak story because he believed it was a Trump talking point according to a well placed CNN insider This is why this unusual looking moron Jeff mother Zucker needed to go a long time ago
Brave Embraces AI Era With Summarization Feature in Search
"11 a.m. Sunday March 5th, 2023. Brave embraces AI era with summarization feature in search. Brave, a web three browser, launched a new summarize or feature in its search engine that is powered by different large language models. The post brave embraces AI era with summarization feature in search first appeared on meta news.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Emergence of a Russia-China Alliance Against America
"Thought we'd start by talking about something that Elon Musk has been warning about and it's quite obvious for anyone to see the emergence of a Russia China alliance against America and the west. And when we talked about it this morning you were saying that, hey, this is something that the United States has historically tried to prevent. Successfully. During the Cold War, we were not fighting China, Chinese communists, and Russian communists. So we kept them apart, but here we have to give a little credit to Nixon. Let's remember Nixon's trip to China. What was the purpose of that? To peel China away from the communist alliance and to create more friendly relations between the United States and China. So at that time, it served our purpose just as it served our purpose to ally temporarily with some of the Muslim radicals who were trying to push the Soviets out of Afghanistan, but it is amazing how in new circumstances everything changes. Yeah, and it's a really dangerous alliance because both Russia and China, of course, have nuclear capabilities. And they may use them and we don't know if they're going to or not. And I don't think the doofus and The White House will actually, I think he's escalating it, actually. His actions are. His actions are. You know, the other day he was reading something from the teleprompter, I kid you not. He couldn't read it. He could not only could he not read the teleprompter, but he couldn't even make sense of what he was reading. In other words, he didn't, he couldn't comprehend what he was reading. This is the man in charge while he's too. Think of the psychological effect on adversaries, right? It's almost like you're getting ready for a football game. And you can see that the quarterback on the other team is totally out of it. He doesn't even know what's going on either of these. He's not even sure where he is. And the idea that he could coordinate plays, you realize this is never going to happen. We're going to have an easy time of it. So it's very emboldening. Now, interestingly, Russia and China are both not the same country that they were in the Cold War era,
AP News Radio
Colombia proposes shipping invasive hippos to India, Mexico
"Colombia is proposing transferring dozens of hippopotamuses that live near Pablo Escobar's former ranch to India and Mexico as part of a plan to control their population. The hippos, which are territorial away up to three tons have spread to far beyond Escobar's hacienda Napoli's ranch along the magdalena river, environmental authorities estimate that could be about 130 in the era and their population could reach 408 years the ranch and the hippos have become a sort of tourist attraction in the years since the kingpin was killed by police in 1993, when his ranch was abandoned the opposed survived and reproduced in local rivers and favorable climatic conditions to successfully export such animals for hippos would be lured with food into large iron containers and transfer by truck to the international airport. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Pastor Jack Hibbs: The Story Behind 'Jesus Revolution' & Chuck Smith
"When you do and I assume he did, he studied the role of who was this man chuck Smith. Todd, he was not flamboyant. He was extremely frugal and simple. He was at that era and the Jesus movement or the hippie era, chuck was considered an old man. And he had a pretty monotone voice, but he sat on the stool and opened the Bible and just taught chapter by chapter verse by verse and tens of thousands of people flocked to here. The Bible and they were hippies. They were, listen, I remember going there when I was 19 years old. And there were people showing up in the parking lot that had been invited off the streets are off the beach and you could even smell pot. Now in those days, I was fully legal. But it was like so shocking to where there are people that would come to church being invited by somebody. Hey, you should come. And they would bring drug addicts. They would bring prostitutes. They would bring religionists, you know what I mean? Anybody. So when you saw the demographic of any given service, it was shocking because there were men in three piece suits and there were hippies. There were people with no shoes and people with wing tips. And they were all shoulder to shoulder. And I thought Todd, 'cause I had no religious upbringing. I got saved in 77, and I thought that's what church was all. Whatever church was like. And I didn't know that. So I've been spoiled. It's the only example I've ever known is verse by verse, chapter by chapter Bible teaching and then Jesus does the rest. He brings his people to hear his voice through the word of God.
The Suburban Women Problem
"era" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"There are only two requirements in article 5. The first one is to pass by two thirds of Congress, which we did, and the second one is to have three fourths of the state legislatures ratify it, which again has happened. So many people, not just me. Other distinguished legal scholars argue that the ERA is the Twenty-eighth Amendment that it has been ratified. It does exist and it just needs to be recognized. And so that's sort of the battle we're in now of fighting for its legitimacy and trying to help people understand that it is the Twenty-eighth Amendment. It has been properly ratified and not only that, but it can be an invaluable tool specifically when we talk about reproductive rights and freedom. I think one thing that can quote unquote save row is ratifying the ERA. Awesome. All right, so before we go, we always like to ask her guests a few rapid fire questions. So are you ready to answer some questions? Yes. All right, you're a lawyer. So you got this. Actually reference legally blond in your book. So, do you have a quote from the movie legally blond? What, like it's hard? Also my favorite quote. So good. All right. So what's the best advice that you've ever been given? The best advice I've probably ever been given or one of the pieces of advice is from a woman that I write about in my book, Sonya Johnson, who was the founder of Mormons for ERA, and she said, she refuses to debate women on issues where men benefit most. So they try to pit us against each other as if it's like a cat fight, and she said, I won't participate in creating that narrative. Oh, wow, that's actually very good advice. All right, so what's one of your favorite female politicians in office right now? There.
The Suburban Women Problem
"era" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"And I was excommunicated as a result, but I think that experience really helped me to see patriarchy in a way that other people have a more difficult time. You know, people who are secular sometimes think they are free. Yeah. Sometimes think women and men are equal in our society. Sometimes think, you know, they live in a place where patriarchy doesn't exist. And I have some bad news for you. There is nowhere where patriarchy does not exist in this world. If it did, if that place existed, I would go to that magical island and never return. As a lesbian, I'm trying my best, but you don't have to be Catholic. You don't have to be evangelical. You don't have to be Mormon to suffer from the political influence of these groups. And I think it's really important to make that clear that they have a disproportionate impact on public policy. Right. All right, so you brought up the ERA, the equal rights amendment. And so much of your work, including your book, focuses on the equal rights amendment. So why? What's the connection? Yeah, so I actually learned about the ERA because I was raised Mormon, and the Mormon church played a very outsized role in the defeat of the equal rights amendment in the 1970s. So my mother and my grandmother were assigned to fight against the ERA by the church in Arizona where I was born. And, you know, Arizona never ratified. They're very talented women. It worked. And the ERA fell three states short because of women like my mother and my grandmother in the 1970s. Unfortunately, the ERA went through what I like to call alone. So when it fell short of its deadline, initially proposed deadline, it went through several decades where there were no additional ratifications, but it was revived in 2017 in Nevada. So a queer black preacher named pat spearman senator pat spearman in Nevada..
"era" Discussed on Popcast
"The social justice narratives in the music, you know? Let me ask this question because this is something that's been on my mind. When you think of imagery and presentation, one of the things that's always been the case with Kendrick is you almost present as kind of an ascetic. Certainly when you contrast him with the other stars of the era, whether it's Drake, I mean, obviously coal is a complicated figure, but in that troika, I think Kendrick scans as the ascetic. Do you think that part of the moral valence of that is really what has formed the narrative around him that people see Kendrick as an anti or a resistor to some other dominant narrative through lines in the genre? He seems to be staging an anti career. He's not been he's been the least present that you could possibly be in that station. In the station of a person trying to put hits through on the radio every now and then or sell a lot of records. He's been a ghost and this is like kind of the coming back to explain why I haven't been here and then get back to it kind of record I feel like I feel like Kendrick and Eminem have a very similar appeal to a very similar this is the people nuclear skeptic. We could literally end the show. We can end the show at that take. Not for nothing. There's something to be said for the way that he sort of gets really crazy about cadences and stuff. Oh yeah. To that point, we opened the show. We were listening to savior at the beginning of the show. And I think that really doesn't captivate some of the themes that we're talking about and also this cadence thing that both Jeff and Craig are bringing up. You want to expand on that a little bit, like talk to me a little bit about this evil Janice, this evil two headed Janice of rap gods. Well, I mean, he even nonstop a lot. But I feel like in kind of what you described Craig of there's this sort of hip hop fan that is anti whatever is the kind of mainstream of what rap music looks like. And I think to a lot of people, that's your drinks. That's your Kanye is whatever. And both Eminem and Kendrick sort of traffic in this mistrust of narrative mistrust of the government. I feel like there's something bigger going on even when he kind of switches into that country cadence. I'm like, Kendrick knows low key that this is going to hit for like a certain Chet Hanks kind of got. There's definitely there's definitely a lot of there's a couple of moments on that record where he's like trying to poke a specific type of guy. And I think it's funny. That, you know, that you would think that that would be the audience. I mean, white people love Kendrick. But that's what I'm saying, but do you think that that's an accurate apprehension of his audience? He dropped the black of the berry on their heads and they ate it. They still consider it to be one of the best albums, so like what really is there to push back against is how I feel. This also came up in Charles Holmes piece for the ringer, shout out Charles, where he talked a lot about this, especially, you know, going back to butterfly especially. Kendrick kind of finding his way through grappling with his relationship with white fans and also white women on this album. This is something that he returns to on at least two, maybe three songs. Does it feel like this is a person who is now second guessing the audience that has found him over the last few years? It definitely has like the Atlanta seasons like now we are going to talk a lot perhaps too much about the white gaze thing going on. There's an awareness of who could be listening and what they might get from it that's like I feel like the least essential stuff on the record because I don't know there's just so much more that's fascinating than like whatever percentage of the percentage of people who are going to listen to the thing and be mad. Like whoever this is we're probably going to be talking about this Grammy time next year like what's really the smoke? Steven, what do you make of the conversations about family on this.
"era" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I mean, things go on as they did before until obviously the sale goes through. A lot is going to depend, I think, on the terms of who buys the club. This is a club that they've incurred losses over the years, but they've been compliant with financial fair play. I think they are sustainable. If you look at that one and a half billion, you'd probably find that some of that obviously result of the pandemic. But I think a lot of it was an earlier year financial fair play when they were generally racking up big losses. This is one and a half billion over 19 years remember. So I think the club can remain a force in the Premier League and run it break even. But there are going to have to probably invest in a stadium simply because Stanford bridge you get 40,000 fans in there rather than 60,000. So that's what 50% more. So that could help generate more revenue. But I don't think overnight this club's just going to go away because Roman Abramovich is gone. Chelsea have reached a level of being self sustainable or close to self sustainable. And it's still a very, very strong brand. The appeal of being a in West London is a big draw. And that's why it's so expensive. Just for context, if the fee is going to be round the roundabout 2 billion, two and a half billion pounds, that makes them by some distance the most expensive is the most expensive sale of the football club in the world. So it looks set to be an end of an era Chelsea and what an era under Brown witch has owner. He's brought 5 Premier League trophies, 5 FA cups, and two champions leagues as well. Well, Chelsea are in action. On Wednesday in the FA Cup, booking a place in the quarterfinals, beating Luton town by three goals to two good game this Luther would open the scoring early Berkeley the head of Sam getting the equalizer and then four minutes before the break. The ice goal from Corning would see Luton that take the lead, but goals from team O Verna and Romelu Lukaku in the second half would see Chelsea through to Thursday's quarterfinal.
Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast
"era" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast
"We got acquired by fire. I who does the west coast and we've been la for awhile to grow out rights in that region because it was an infant region of time and we both out to be very large red team and from there i to the central region announced the global rights for all of our and this is nine years later so but a bit of a career In moving around and bit in various offices but now we have a very large. Renting we do some of the most writings the industry. So it's a cool story in how i started within responsive forensics and. We didn't really have much of that capability given them. The indians or competency back in the day was mostly incident response. Yeah and you mentioned earlier. That you travel a ton you're you're with customers out in the field in the trenches. I think it's really interesting that you have that government background than he came up on the commercial side. I know in addition to read teaming You've been very closely involved with purple team and a lot of other initiatives so with that level of exposure. I'm wondering what kind of changes are you noticing. As it just related brett landscape perhaps over the the years that you've been doing this yeah i'll start with one. You mentioned urkel team in the past. We would always do these. School elite read scenes. Where people would want us to getting. Stealthy ninjas in like be able to get the objective leave and when we say to the customer they were done with the engagement. You want the report deliver next week. They're like well like you know he started in some cases like some obviously we have scheduling know this but another another times they wanted to be stealthy as possible and we get we get out and they want that as they can back to show. Hey the board. These guys were able to do this. An attack is definitely gonna be able to do this it. We need more money to implement these recommendations that they gave this this technology mostly around people awesome technology which are which are those so now because people have matured. You're going up. Pretty much of an era of red seas and pen testing before now now we have a lot of shift was collaboration so instead of being stealthy and go on like ninjas now we will work with the song we work with.
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The Kirk Minihane Show
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"We talking about but the as something. Oh the show. So i i. I'm not really sure. What the corrobos situation. There's gonna ask about that on fred. I think so. I don't know that though he tweeted. It seemed like i didn't see this thing. Oh well he said recently read efi medal wasco or whenever that episode run up. I assume because someone said like hey jared kirk said he don't care about the show or something or you didn't wanna come in or something like that and he tweeted year text exchange where he was like. I can come in. Think there good and i think it was a way of saying i tried to come in but these not but that was a week where we were like trying to figure dates out. Yeah premadasa was no big deal. Yeah i mean. I love jerry but i do think it is hard for jar during baseball season. Sure yeah and now. I mean if we're gonna do is youtube thing and i do agree with david. There has to be some measure of consistency when the show starts if we do live on youtube right. I'm fine with that so if it's ten. Am jerick mega tenny. I'm friday if not like you know whenever every can make a great and then when baseball season's over thirty. Yeah yeah. I mean we'll have a contract at barstool but you can come in and do his thing not recite. Don't know why people put them in. It's done it's only july right. I mean at the end of the okay. I think that's early negotiation. Then because even talking about that for what. Yeah maybe you're right. Maybe it's early. Maybe it's ended the summer. Maybe i don't know yeah. I might be weird if they got rid of the baseball guy. Fucking october though. Yeah that's probably true. Yeah so he's always welcome here. he's the opposite. The mike though know mike to they're begging for two days a week begging begging patriot dot com slash. Mike caitriona dot com slash ways here paying bills. That was the small talk before the show who collaborative was personal by sean. How's it going a longtime. Yeah yeah it was big told you. Jerry should go subscription. I told them to test it. Test the waters but i'm not a big fan of full-on subscription can do both right. Yeah yeah well she donations and then donations turtaboi a whole thing. Just donations like people do that right. Supported by my gear on. What's what's what's up this week on patriot guest tomorrow. Listen live for as little as one dollar month because she big exclusive from creek. How this whole jerry. Yeah but other than that. Will the usual fun hijinks. Craig's line. My missing that the these games at personality genius. He's funny he's can be funny he just laughs. He does laffy lincoln. I see why you like a good laugh around. I've never heard of say anything remotely interesting being a very nice guy been listen to his show. His show try. Having show subscribe care. Do that was a by the way. That's a big conspiracy. Just told me about that. I wasn't aware of what's that i guess. Someone like the facebook page or something like that was like well. People were like mike's not getting paid and the people were like well. it's clear. Kirk subscribes to the five hundred dollar tier. And that's why mike included comment on that. You keeping me fun. I also now. He's subscribed to quantum week. Wow i did the five dollar Ty like i would not that. If i let me say this. I've got a i put gigi my fan hall of fame. Know yes but you'll to be the best minivan present. I saw him a few times during the live. Show in this guy was laughing his ass off having the greatest time laughing all the jokes loved the show. Quantum we chris. Oh yeah couldn't have the experience more. Oh sure furnace great fan. Yes you know. Obviously deformed well what can you do on his fault right. Obviously something happened in childbirth. But i mean he's he's a great guy very very funny guy nice guy. Yeah fun to be around. I don't know about that but but you know but the good fan and so quantum week as well but yeah patriot. But we're not here talking about that. Patriot dot com slash blind. Mike yes and the first episode of the ra- laughable it's thursday it's not true not true it'll probably will be so craig's working on his studio. I wanted to this like in studio. That'll be done this month. I'm building a studio right now. Oh yeah where's that has been since. I have no innocent at his place. Live around you. Now new hampshire. Oh golden hampshire's. Oh what's the idea. Is that I'm going to do that. We're going to do a bunch once a month and record four or five at raffles. It's not it's not the name of it Why are you laughing. Is the name no march to a patrice. O'neal quote yeah. I think he should go. I'm not going with.
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"The. Are you watching on the old with you wrong with you. You're your for that. That was the fucking funniest thing. I didn't even listen to that episode. Why i think that was my anger face with you. Oh it was. I couldn't have been because that was done here. Do you did it while. You're taping the show jerry year okay. I don't know to the chemistry. I still do that. People point that on all the time. What's up buddy. What do you what now like. I just wanted to let you know that. I know this not gonna last call me. Yeah you might remember this burkey. You had a big issue with bradford. Does he did one thing. That really piss you off whenever you ask the question and it kind of forcing a little bit you would always say. Yeah no yeah. And then he would answer the question kooning. Does it seem shooting rigo bluster. Whenever you get them around he does the same. I'll tell you i call. I think thanks for the call. I was kind enough to call. Today's hit show the other day. Yes flustered she's gone. yes sure that was just. I was just calling the joke around this classy move. But i was trying to like stay in character to character like over the top. Yeah i'm over the top. Okay yeah sorry. It's all about daily left him there and then bring 'em this show seven seven four fun last revenge on the up kirk. It's beyond ever to make. I got a couple of questions for one. Steve robinson called you today says hey replace idiot tomorrow. We'll do it. No that's not fair enough. That's fair to dave. And i wouldn't do that. No didn't do a great job. Just and if you me what what's called beyond average.
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"All dizzy dean. Everybody said i was fine. I was respectful was cordial. Everything was good quarter so with a man's finding would be saying you are correct. Say the you. And you say that. I know i know i know okay. Yeah why did you think that she. She didn't get one. She shouldn't like she doesn't i wouldn't assume she knew what that big accompany though and she knows a show she knows i correspond with her about you being hired not just how does that mean. She knows when i met her earlier. That day and said this who you are. She works in a lot of people. I didn't assume she remembered me. Why would i be to sales dinner. Like why would i be there. Okay right. that's all. I understand that. It's actually lack of confidence thing in a way. Yes being to comfort. Oh absolutely up and say it or no. We were all standing in that moment. Oh y'all rose or before we sales group with a sack of shit group. That is your five reads today. What's wrong with that. we'll get me. Yes yeah well there you go all right now. They're doing a wonderful job. What a wonderful store conan's crew that's right and that's the other thing is dave listen people for some reason they love colony. I don't know why of people excited these here. I don't know why but there was. There is also that that that that group. That's kind of like a. He's using to get so stupid. I saw it. But it's so dumb. I don't understand it. I don't here is to use you to get to barstool. Guy was calling my kids ugly six months ago. The guy was trying to take down a podcast. That i'm working for like why would i use you want to take down the pockets. I would've been trying to get my fucking arguments actually well. I think they're saying that you want to work for you. Know with mike and ryan and biz and and rear. The show is called the kirkman. Show right this. Want to work with kirkman okay. What else do it. If if if mike grenell my buddy. I am in with kirk hand. If anything hit by a bus tomorrow and ryan when he called you and said i want you bruce benches you say no i work for curcumin.
The Kirk Minihane Show
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"This bullshit fluffy being challenged how. That's the go. Back between all these dumb fucking tweets let me see. Here i'm tweets a tax rather I figured rear admirals on those. I sent kirk million fan questions. The other day he didn't answer was no. I mean i say no. That's called the phone calls on the show. Dave i get it but it's like do you like gene hackman. I'm like yes. I know what they need to know. What your favorite golf course. In north carolina they was like are supposed to the last video on the thing and i was like doing. I just thought you must know that. Dave we've worked you might do. I would never ask big cat and kfc to do a video and then not recommend you do want it. Just because it's your show. I would think you would want to be a part of that content being created. I don't know why was supposed to say. Hey tune in on monday to call you out. I didn't call you out. It was where it was td. Kfc's video was hilarious. That was good. That was a good boy. So i'm wife used to this shit. She was not having. Kfc's video always. Let's get rid of it. Then where is it here. Oh you're right dave. I'm sorry you're right you're right. See not there thank you. I thought you said about some point. Oh here it is here. It is so it's essentially the same thing. Wibble mike portnoy i love. You know that but he says cousins had as a nice little community. Yeah but that's all. I'm not like avenues audience. Though and then like i don't care about but not considered i mean yes. He had a show but he's not consumer saying though so i i take back my apology you in any way but just like i don't see i don't i like bringing my puerto anytime. No problem be great. We can do that but we have to get him out though. That's the problem. We'll be here for nine. So i don that's the look on eight. I'll get your ten thirty smitty. And trent like when we were at headquarters. I think trend was in the day you were on the cousins and they have just like a thousand yard stare trying to run that radio show. It's hard because the sad watching some more slowly rambling getting shorter and weirder more bizarre. A wasn't gonna say so. Yes so if anybody if you have any more ideas. They've thrown over. I'm yep i also think holy is big. Family is a fan of the show. I know he's not. Nobody's familiar with the style. He doesn't care about the shit talk. He doesn't care about taking shit. So so how was your trip to new york. With you. And eric and ernie. That's i got the vibe. When we're having a group conversation that she didn't connect the dots between me as a current barstool employees or me as with people that i was hanging out with at that time we talking about here we go. What's a fucker utah. Do you wanna talk about it. I told you that. I work with a company. That's just say okay. So i work with coach. You say that. I just hang out with. I know it's you you're talking okay. We're in all right talk. We know how to describe it. All right so i also want to say the company name. Okay so a a company. That i do believe he's hanging out with your personal friend. Keeps with lows in stills. Nash or something daymond john. Was there actually shark tank guy. Oh whatever show you. La love that you bet all right so because of that company arrangement i was invited to a sales dinner. She showed up at night that night she had. I had introduced myself to her earlier. And there's only so so slow down so for single walk me through the process. Yep so you get there. What day. I get there on a wednesday. Take the train and the day you go there then the train you get the night before your. They're already there the morning of warning up. So you get there. She go right to headquarters. Correct okay so when you walk in who do you go to. I'm always curious about this because there was really no reason for you to be there when it's fine. Okay so you walk in there. Where do you go. i. I go to mikey foul. He meets me you. mikey follow. Yes very proactive. Greatest the meeting of minds that is oh the business talk but the bigger supporter of the kirkman. Show a barstool the microphone true. Yeah you know unfortunately no power but you know what can we love pester people we love the guy. He's the greatest so you talked to. Mikey yes okay. So seven hours later he has done talking about the business so he starts just introduced me to a lot of the back end. People youtube people traffic people everything he introduced me to bump into. Kfc we have a wonderful ten minute conversation. Okay alright shows me that. Kfc radio studio. Nice guy then. I bump into big cat. And he's super nice and bopanna hanker. Whatever and i'm just doing the circuit. And then i hang on his desk and work for basically work on what Putting together all the youtube stuff that we were doing connecting the dots between the sales staff. So there was some stuff happening. Was dave there or no. I didn't see okay. So you met eric there. Erica was walking out of a studio..
The Kirk Minihane Show
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"Hope stick around a great friends at better help i would go. I mean justice was served as well the big win over courtesy on all. That's right is you know you forget like i forgot about the loss of an dave played. Part of on his podcast. Am i listened to part. I was pretending to be calling. I swear to god. I don't i don't praise myself much legitimate genius. Think about like. I'm pretending to be an enemy of mine. Mocking him while mocking incur tone. But at the same time having a real argument with the guy to get these guys as bad as you like and then like making curto look dumb. Did you ways by colin and be having no answers to any of the questions. I pose him as colin kev on. Just let's wrap this up to right. I can't believe you know. I have to say this. Joe curtains dumbest fuck in america. Like i mean you know to waste the waste the time i have no idea. They spend taxpayers money. I saw people to that. We i have no way of knowing that absolutely no idea right now. He spent time on to countless hours. Shrank phone call. Yeah but isn't that a good look to go after barstool sports and one of their employees who not really his supporters is crazy people. Maybe i guess. I mean if you have people who. I'm glad he's pretty run for governor. I heard that too. But i mean good luck if he does. He's fucking dummy but it'd be nice. You'd have the governor against you. But like i wasn't you know people are like. Oh you must feel great that you and i wanted the lose like i wanted to kind of get. I'm this is but the in even when they write you know when they're at the legal journals and refusal right about how awful i am terrible thing it is but the keep coming back to like. You can't if we change this law changes. I actually a lot of stuff you said. I feel a yes. You may record me right. So he recorded the any thoughts of the lawsuit. Is i would say the curtain if we could ever get them on we should reach out. What did you say in the interview that you wouldn't have said that he thought it was kevin call. What does he meant the gut out. Right matters made his case again. We make we may look stupid but my point is like there's nothing that he if it was just regular kevin colin talking to him. He would have said the same thing he's like. No actually who. I knew it was kirk. I would've thrown racial sleep. I guess no. He has no answers. So i mean that wasn't surprised it was an easy one i it's it's an embarrassment it is crazy. I mean it's long. That lawsuit went as long as history shows off two years. Almost exactly that is what have you. I mean you've gone over this but the fact that that happened before the show even launched is crazy lawsuit. The show it begun. The action happened before the show launched info. Call the prank. call her. Yes yeah we did it from thirteen and the shit already white. The started before the show started so you had to be nervous about how barstool would handle something like that because they probably haven't before working. Dave plant the flag okay. We did this. I'm like god. It's funny when the first happened. You said i didn't work here. Which is a dave. Wasn't there some article too and he said no. that's not barstools. Yeah it sounds like but but yet easy it got laughed out it. Wou- nagai laughed out at the with three times right. We've beaten three times hundred twice. I remember one specifically was woburn was just wilburn and then i think that with that was it. Okay i think so right. I think there was one before. Woburn made probably not. Yeah because we're was what like october deliver of that year. You got the decision. Only remember or those attorney's name was cast in right. Kissed my knee. Clemmie catch your attorney would just put him in a fucking body bag. Yeah on that zoom call though. Yeah yeah yeah. I think that's is that right. And then my guy aimed kaplan we had a good you know. Obviously our main legal source iron. Mike portnoy mike portnoy who sent me some tax. Afterwards it was just made no sense. That.
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"See if i can find it high kirk. I actually didn't clue the number of quotes anecdotes me event. But my editor cut them because she felt the primary interest in the conflict of the story was response from townspeople to the show and the coats and add to a paraphrase about the relationship of the fans of the show My original stories. Frankly about five hundred words longer so we go bullshit. I mean you know it's like it's just not i'm just not buying it so What do you think. The editor is. Cutting material from the fiddle. Fiddle had focus surely not online. I can't imagine maybe the physical paper but there's no reason why she couldn't put the whole story line also. I think they would make a call like we're only going to remove quotes from the fans. Well it's also like you know and so it gets to this to me a better story if you write the if you work filled focused now i understand mine got red and those most read. Of course i understand but you have a an owner of a of a a a restaurant in town yes telling one of the customers on social media to wipe the come off their chair before deleting his accounts like that's a business owner is that not to me a better like if some guy who owns a business in your town loses mind goes after customers and deletes his account story. I mean i think it's funny. I imagine it happens that often in that matter oscar owner. He's a big deal. Business that many in that town and for sure not i would think it's probably the biggest restaurant in town right. I mean certainly bar. There was like no other competing bar only there is. Yeah yeah so he goes. So i wake up on monday right or sunday sunday wada. Go from my run in town. And i see Twitter justin big rickling after each other on twitter. Do you have the deleted tweets taber. Now do i have yet. We have them just now on the screen. He might yes. Cvs so so. I wake up. I didn't love mike. I.
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"Just don't want it. I want to live now yes. Let's start before we get to. What why do. I sound different. What did you do this mike. I change the mike's why why there was something. No i'm not going to say what the down it sounds. Echoey sound like you're earbuds earbuds earbuds. I've always thought that. I was like a riyadh sideways. Kirk speaking well. You should get closer to the mike. You should right here. i don't have any talking about. What are you talking. Your heart is different from our good. You're good you're good. You're good would want where do you want to do. I sound different. You know great die. I don't wanna say echoey again but it doesn't sound with does david. Does i think it sounds good. It sounds clear. I mean there's things with live that you have to do and post or whatever we'll see. It's the first time i had to change things. Just don't get being after. There was some things that's all. That's all i start before. We do the announcement stuff We're live on youtube wonderful. I don't. I don't care my theme the last couple of weeks. Dave has been essentially. I don't care to all his stupid questions. do whatever you want. i don't care. I don't care about shirts just stop. I don't want anymore. You've had enough merchandise more merchandise. And they'll got enough enough enough enough fuckin- justin annoy me knowing the stupid tweety had last night. Did you see this. I saw re tweeted is. That's the way we have five hundred people. I hate stuff like that thousand. Why do you know how does he know based on white is metrics one hundred and eight for watching the forty two people watching when you do that. Nelson three hundred eighty six people watching on youtube right now. I have no idea. I'd nor do i care but that's a good number. I don't care doesn't matter but then it's a failure because he sets up this dumb number and you get. The screenshot saying see just need cares. Who's either do that. He's the associate producer on your mic Justin justin justin dave just in there just to get to get onto the microphone. Please i just thought he was in that room. Driven locomotive powered by fun. I don't know if you realize that or not. I can shoot me. My goal is kickoff. You you. I mean you will the evacuate just say be vaccinated your fool. Yeah yeah covid nineteen. I can't even say that that that right. I'm pretty sure. Yeah why did you tweet that dumb thing. It was a bad decision. Okay that's why you tweeted because it was a bad decision. I tweeted to try to gain high. Ashi why tweeted and you said there's was a bad decision so your thought was. This is a bad decision. I'm going to tweet. No but that's how you answer. The question is how answered the question. Okay why we following. I'm gonna go slowly following. Yes okay you. Who's you in that situation. Justin trudeau correct tweet. You have a twitter account do that. We've got out. Yes answer the question..
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"You want netanyahu in office right now as long as he is there as the enemy that brings people who otherwise have nothing to talk about together and as long as he's there not in jail leading the opposition the specter of returning to what we've had for the past two years i think is a very strong incentive for the coalition partners to stick together. Yeah and just to clarify what you said the The law was trying to push through would basically immunize them from from being prosecuted while he was sitting as prime minister right. Yes oh that's part of the issue of why he wanted to stay in power so just to clarify that point. Even who has dominated israeli politics for as long as i can remember in terms of modern political memory right for for the last decade plus it has been bb netanyahu their entire generation of young people who came up in israel and the united states who view israel through the lens of netanyahu's right-wing views again. It's not official yet the vote we talked about parliament. Hasta centrally vote to have confidence in the government fridge. Officially go through so. It's not a general vote. Voters aren't going. It's it's the knesset voting essentially to approve government. And that happens it a few days and like we said that it could fall apart between now and then so just that caveat but if this holds and goes through and bb is actually unseeded. I i don't think it's you know overstating what a massive sea change. This is just the fact that this is is possible if this is happening right the the fact that bb be in control of these really government for the first time in a really long time is huge right. And i think we've talked about this. On previous episodes the views of israel palestine and the conflict you know specifically in the us and elsewhere are changing and a lot of that is because of this rightward shift that has happened in. israeli politics. led by netanyahu seating. this complete shakeup up is really fascinating but also again. i think it's hard to overstate. We keep using the word diverse and it is this coalition. But it's link historical to see in. Islam is party. An era party in a coalition agreement with a far right pro settler jewish nationalist party and then gear lead mr centrists and getting our and like it's just this wild coalition that no one thought would happen and we didn't think it would happen to alex mentioned this after the conflict most recently that between israel and hamas. There's a lot of talk about how this would support. Bb right it would help bb because he has always have framed himself is like i am the defender of israel. We need a strong robust security state to prevent against this kind of violence and previous conflicts have boosted him and that didn't seem to happen even though it looks like it was going to end up going that direction. It seems like there's just so much desire on the part of all of these different political actors and parties to just get out the door and just move on and try to have some sort of change. It's literally the change coalition right. They're are not hiding the fact that they have nothing else that they really agree on. Neftali bennett himself. Just this week promised. No one will have to change their ideology by becoming part of this coalition that is extremely explicit. Saying look we don't agree on anything and we're not going to try to convince you to change and become part of an actual functional coalition. We're all just allying to get rid of netanyahu. The question then becomes okay. We'll what happens after that right. Because you will have far right pro subtler neftali bennett ostensibly as the prime minister which that's very different than yahu. The sense that he's more to the right on many issues especially israeli palestinian issue. But what do you do like yes. He's prime minister but he has been a coalition with an islamist party and with centrist party and etc. So i think the questions and we'll get into this more. Obviously but i don't know how this yes. It's good to govern. Yes we need to move on and get away from. This cycle of endless elections as neftali. Bennett was promising. But how does that work in practice. I have no idea. There's a quote that year lupi centrist figure who is also important member of this coalition. Just a fine point the gen set and how everyone's been saying then. Yeah who's been around for a really long time right. Here's a go to a foreign policy in march which i had to read multiple times to kind of wrap my mind around it. My middle son was born in one thousand nine hundred five when he was seven months old. Netanyahu became prime minister for his first term from ninety six to ninety nine. In the meantime my son has gone to the army finished. The army got engaged broke. His engagement. went to university is now finishing his degree. And now who was still like. Wow that's funny. Granted he still has like a political incentive to say stuff like that. But i believe it to be true. That's just how long he's been. How important he's he has just been a central figure in israeli politics and is rarely life. Which makes this government of change. This coalition changes are sorta calling themselves a fascinating experiment in being like anti-politics like bb who. I'm sure the actual bb king feels like nobody loves me about my mother like in this case like every literally like everyone in israeli politics is like we just want him out. That is what binds them. That is the glue as we'll on the other half on one half of the ledger right. Like netanyahu was very close shorting coalition and. It's not just his party right. Like what makes this coalition different than a lot of israeli once in the past and really interesting. A lot of ways is that it excludes entirely the ultra-orthodox there's not a single faction that's involved in this coalition and that's that actually when we talk about all these new parties disagreeing on everything that's mostly true. The only area in which there is some alignment is that they are all skeptical..
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"You i got my first bubble rich on vest from them. I i know face was from this. Were the all just clash nigga average sudden and one of the true meanings of graffiti. Where where where did you mee- era. How did you meet. Era era era met and the funny thing is a lot of people. Don't know i used to be in the bill back back in the days and shit i without their because so is my man and also hyundai by schiff easel. Rmc for saying so so easily. It's always when he was always on west against roles on the part of my hit boy going crazy over here so so yes so so easily do seek to like rice or seeing introduced are up now resting piece. Prt number and then I don't have how. I don't how forgot coming by. Thank you from l. Go from each one of them. But i always because was running together in the bill and shit while not all right so now So that that's what early almost mid nineties. That's not like say like ninety. Three ninety three ninety four so yeah because ninety like like mid ninety s and early ninety four is like when everybody get thrusted like into the rfc are f c type thing. That was happening. This shit right so he was just a bunch of mother. Fuckers from all over coming together ship boasting and fucking you know having fun and shit. Your that was one of the funnest times right bro. That was fucking free. Clothes freak did to city living life while they get everything was free ninety nine shit we pay for him. Where is so now. Because in those years it was a lot of graffiti. Lot of nichols was killing share. Who who who was out there. Who did you see like who inspired you like. Go shit ono man. I mean There was like like in those times. There was a lot of writers you know ever of course being one of them you jada saints. Then you had a you know you had you had guys from push with you. Know scarfing these guys. They will come out bombshell heart of town you had you had made you know you have fuck end though the face scared mean like those guys we're hitting a lot of shit were weren't it was. It was a lot of fucking on dope graffiti. At that time. I think graffiti was at best at that time. And i'm not saying that about right now. Graffiti i think right now is good super. I think it was a little bit more better. Maybe because that was my my upcoming upbringing but there was a lotta dope style style word and that..
The Finding My Psych Podcast
"era" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast
"Everyone thank you so much for joining me today. This is your host. Jared killick for the funding. My psych podcast. It has been while you guys. It has been a couple of months and maybe just a little bit more since i have published podcast episode and actually at the At finding at the website. You'll notice that we have made some pretty significant changes and also just generally has stepped back from the project. So i'm just very glad to be back here. And i wanted to spend a little time today telling you about kind of what we've done With our project and then also just get into the material today. Because i think these things very much go together. Hand in hand Today's topic is Fitness plan reset. And how we can observe and foster and promote resiliency in this covid nineteen era that were going through. The basic premise of today is really me being very honest with you about my own. Just challenges with living through this covert era and All of the peaks and valleys that. I go through throughout the year and the psych project am is just been one of these really just amazing places to be able to throw down some knowledge that i have And then we've got this little team of people that try to put all this together for me and it's It's just been kind of exciting place. Because i really come from a place of believing that everyone should have access to the tools that i am talking about that. The tools are told that you often get when you go see a professional and so I am a professional and through this venue. I am just giving you those.
Bible Study Evangelista Show
"era" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show
"Study evangelista show. And i'm telling you your bible study evangelista making bob studies. Spinach tastes like cake. We are in our in time series. And i hope at this point you have realized that i have been offering an encore of a series on the times that i did in twenty seventeen and what i am going to today is used this first segment of the fourth show of the series on the era of peace to give you sort of an update. I'm going to update the series and at that time we were talking a lot about the muslim ascendancy that was predicted in the monarch chastisement. If you look on the show notes you can see the the events that were some of them. Not all of them. Of course. i didn't have time to give you all of them. But i gave you some of the that were predicted to occur in the minor chastisement. And those things we've already seen. We haven't seen civil war in france and and not on the scale that i believe that the predictions probably meant. We haven't seen the murder of a pope but at that time in twenty seventeen we were watching the muslim ascendancy. That occurred there. That was the time of the decapitations especially of the persecution and murder of the coptic christians in that area. And if you remember there was a murder of a french priest as he was Offering mass on the altar. He was murdered by a muslim. And we know that in the west there has been an influx. Now i'm not. I'm not Dog piling all muslims. I'm just saying that. These are some of the predictions that were to occur in the minor. Chastisement and i have been talking quite a bit on the facebook page about how i'm seeing. The readings shakeout the readings of the last. Well i mean. I've been keeping an eye on them for time but i recently felt very impressed to begin speaking on those a little more publicly which i'll be. Honest was a frightening prospect for me. And i did actually suffer a couple of blows on that And i wanna thank the new friends of the show. That have actually made up for some of that. But i knew that that would happen. And that's okay i. I didn't want to speak out until i was asked to. And so didn't but at this point here we are in twenty twenty one and we can clearly see the global the global effort to not only establish a one world government and financial system but we have the structures already there and that has all happened in the past year over covid and the financial issues that came along with that. The shutdowns all. Over the globe those have been largely facilitated by the central banks in the different countries. And they are they are centralized. There are only a handful of people who are in charge of the money for the entire world and the vatican has a lot to do with that actually So the world economic forum is where you can kinda get an idea of what has been planned and what the plan is moving forward. Klaus rob is the founder of that globalist world economic forum and he's one of the principal architects of what they call the great reset and this is governmental or political and financial in nature. And he has been saying that the world has never gonna return to normal because of covid nineteen. He admits that the virus is not an exit. I'm sorry i can't say the word existential threat. He believes that it should be used to create this long awaited new world order in his book. Covid nineteen the great reset. He explains that many of us are pondering when things will return to normal. The short response is never nothing will ever return to the broken sense of. Normalcy that prevailed prior to the crisis because the koran of irs pandemic marks a fundamental inflection. Point in our global trajectory. So he's talking about the the cove in not being an existential threat but he believes that it should be used as the catalyst to create a new world system which he and the rest of the world economic forum. Call the great reset. This is a system in which capitalism it exists but in a very watered-down form so that the real power is wielded by global elites along with the central banks and more authoritarian forms of government that aid and a bit them. And that's why we've seen anomalies in. I'm shaking as speaking. Because i realized how what a quack sound like. But it's all the information is there for you to find but you have to look for it because the media will not tell you this stuff governmental structure will be more communistic more marxist. And we're seeing that we're seeing that in our own country but we're seeing it all over the world and that's why you see also this rise of populism all over the world in countries all over the place so we have the ccp. The communist china I forget what it's called The government of china the communist government government of china we see anomalies in our elections. We see this all of this. Just fake news. I don't even know what else to call it. I mean it's just the media will not report correctly truthfully and so we're not getting the news. You have to look for it if you're trying to get it from the tv you're not gonna get it. We're seeing issues in our stock market. Where the fed is manipulating. Who can trade. And who can't we can. We've seen it in our elections where who can be voted in. Who can't we're seeing it in medicine where we're being pushed to this mask mandate and forced vaccines for travel and an all kinds of things. Our borders are opening. the governments are collapsing. We've seen claps of government in italy and germany and estonia in kuwait in the netherlands. All of this is public information. If you go look for it so my point is that this globalist agenda it. Apes the universal kingdom of god. And that's what that's what. The enemy is pushing toward and has always pushed toward the bible calls that the spirit of anna christ. The anti christ wants to rule the world in the same way or not the same way but in a political and financial way that jesus.