19 Episode results for "Eighty Years"

American bipartisan politics can be saved -- here's how | Bob Inglis

TED Talks Daily

11:28 min | 1 year ago

American bipartisan politics can be saved -- here's how | Bob Inglis

"This ted talk features habitation bob inglis recorded live at headaches beacon street twenty seventeen tillis fearless with care first bluecross blueshield is delivery of worry and free of fear it's a state of mind that allows you to be vulnerable care first bluecross blueshield lets you embrace of confidently knowing you're covered with the card most accepted by top doctors the card that's been around for over eighty years in opens doors in all fifty states for more information visit care first dot com slash be fear less care first lives fearless imagine that you're a member of congress you've worked very hard you've not done thousands of doors sweating in shivering depending on the season you've made hundreds maybe thousands of phone calls to people you don't even no asking for their support begging for their money and now you get one of these hanging on a door in washington dc says you're a member of congress did you represent the people if you're a state now imagine you're conservative member of congress for some of you here in boston massachusetts that's gonna take a powerful imagination all right but imagine with me your eight conservative member of congress you grew up on milton friedman you love his free markets free enterprise and free trade you've watched ronald reagan's farewell address over and over in you cry every time he gets to the part about the shining city on the hill in how if the city had have wolves the wolves had doors doors to lead in those brief yearning to breathe free you get goosebumps when you think of him telling mister gorbachev tear down his wall you're a conservative member of congress you agree with the president john f kennedy did america isn't exceptional place for inspiration you go to you to binge watch his speech at rice university september of nineteen sixty to the moonshot speech and you're amazed the he admits in that speech speech of seventeen minutes of pure american exceptionalism that some of the materials is needed for the spacecraft hadn't been invented yet no matter were going to the moon before the decade without you agree with him the vows of this nation could be fulfilled only if we in this nation are first and therefore we intend to be first you've taken is you're own aspect but he's so embodied the win leaders are optimistic they're saying they believe in the people they represent your conservative member of congress and you believe in the precautionary principle you believe indebted driven analysis you know the climate change is real inhuman cars in you see in climate change they slide i silent in slow moving but moment one the clause the greatness of you're nation is much to see original but like moment your eight conservative member of congress you high five the memory of jack kemp unbeliev with him the test of conservatism is it works everyone regardless of skin color you're appalled by be all right you want them to have nothing to do with you and brand your party party your legacy you utterly reject them you you're a conservative member of congress you rise with compassion to protect allowed it'd be unborn but otherwise you think the bedroom of consenting adults is it rather strange place for the government to be you are conservative member of congress width john adams you fear the mob because you know if he knew the mob is not able to protect liberty not even its own in you're amazed at the wisdom that he and other framers had in establishing is slow deliberative governing process an inherently got a conservative governing process there would serve a country would grow far greater than they could ever imagine you are conservative member of congress you fear the fire a populist nationalism 'cause you know those who play with fire can't control it you see their pitchforks and torches and you know they're not good building tools the pitchforks and torches can tear down in burn up they can't build up they can't build up these institutions in the communities is so necessary to eight stable and prosperous country you're a conservative member of congress in you fear the next county party convention you so wish you're party to be the grand opportunity party not the grumpy old party you know they they want to hear from you some old saw about how his secret muslim not american socialist took over in the white house and destroyed the country in you know none of that's true you know they want to hear you say that you're okay with insults okay with locker up chance an okay with policy pronouncements with all the sincerity of thoughtfulness it's almost a hundred and forty characters could muster you are a conservative member of congress you realize it many in your party look just some good old days you know never existed they hold on for example to the fossils the field the last century of gross but you know the better cleaner more abundant fuels await us in you know the that abundance can leave the world to more energy more mobility more freedom your a conservative member of congress you realize the many in your party pine from the fifties and sixties because those were after all the good old days but you know the the cuyahoga river was on fire back then you know in pittsburgh street lights came on at noon because of this at any air the schools were segregated neighborhoods redlined the communism threatening freedom and if you got cancer you more likely to fight for long you're conservative member of congress in you want to sound like jfk at rice where jfk said it's understandable by some would have a stay where we are a little bit longer to wait enter rest but everything within you says with him this city of houston this state of texas this country of united states was not built by those who waited and arrested in wish to look behind them you are ready to leave you are ready to prove the power free enterprise just saw challenges like climate change you already too late so i've got a suggestion for you in leads now step out step up you know we ask america's best die on literal hills in places like iraq and afghanistan is it too much to ask you to die figurative death on apolitical hill in washington dc you know at the end of your time washington they're gonna take this black off the door they gonna hand it to you if you're gonna go home with it can you imagine the emptiness of knowing that you stood for nothing that's you risk nothing but all you did was follow fearful people to where they were already going rather than trying to leave them to a better place if you're not willing to lose you're seat in congress there's there's really very little reason to be there so here's the thing it's not too late there's still time to elite speak out speak up call lunacy what it is lunacy tell the american people but we still have moon shots in us tell the folks at the county party convention you bet free enterprise can solve climate change tell them the milton friedman would say to tax pollution rather than profits tell them it's okay no it's a good thing the progressive would agree tell them the very good news the week and bring america together to solve these challenges into leads the world tell them the free enterprise can do these things tell them that america must stop the dividing

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The Cape Gauntlet (Trailer)

The Cape Gauntlet

01:44 min | 1 year ago

The Cape Gauntlet (Trailer)

"Silvern. All of these Ariza in comic book history that have had their own stories to tell and over the course of the last eighty years there have been hundreds of thousands of issues published between the two main publishing companies, marvel comics, and DC, comics alone. Being of push what we know about characters beloved for decades and at times have published storylines had not dramatic and long lasting effects on news. Sadly were not superhumans. So attempting to read every issue ever published is simply an impossibility. But. What if you could go through the ones that matter the one the set new precedents created alternate timelines, ret con, some of our favorite moments, and in some cases change the landscape Comic Book Industry Has. Welcome to the keep gauntlet I'm your host Dave Clements. In this monthly series I'll be exploring many of those stories and getting a better grasp on how the issues story arc and advanced shaped what we know love and. It's important to know where heroes came from. So we can understand where they had. The first episode premieres mid September. So be sure to go to this podcast dot com site gauntlet. Subscribe. Won Miss, anything.

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The Cape Gauntlet (Trailer)

GEEK THIS!

01:44 min | 1 year ago

The Cape Gauntlet (Trailer)

"Silvern. All of these Ariza in comic book history that have had their own stories to tell and over the course of the last eighty years there have been hundreds of thousands of issues published between the two main publishing companies, marvel comics, and DC comics. Alone. Being of push what we know about characters beloved for decades and at times have published storylines had not dramatic and long lasting effects on us. Sadly were not superhumans. So attempting to read every issue ever published is simply an impossibility. But what if you could go through the ones that matter the one the set new precedents created alternate timelines, ret con, some of our favorite moments, and in some cases change the landscape Comic Book Industry Has. Welcome to the keep gauntlet I'm your host Dave Clements. In this monthly series, I'll be exploring many of those stories and getting a better grasp on how the issues story arc and advanced shopped what we know love and. It's important to know where heroes came from. So we can understand where they had. The first episode premieres mid September. So be sure to go to this podcast dot com site gauntlet. Subscribe. Won Miss. Anything.

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Old people

Dreas Point of View

05:42 min | 7 months ago

Old people

"If you haven't heard about anchor is the easiest way to make a podcast. LemMe explain it's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record an editor. Podcast right from your phone or computer anchor will distribute your podcast for you. So I'm going to be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership everything. You need to make a podcast in one police. Download the free anchor APP or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. Greetings my podcast friends and things so much for tuning into his point of view I am. Your host is dre each week. I'll be bringing you a topic that I feel passionate about in ten minutes or less and I'll be doing that with absolutely no co host it all that way. I can totally completely bring you driest point of view. So make sure you subscribe and follow me. No matter what platform you listen to me on you can hear more of my views. This week's topic is about old people. Yes I said. Old People not elderly people not season people but old people. Why do people hate saying the word they get around it? If you're talking about shoes it's like an old pair shoes. People look at that like us. They're old you need to toss him. If you're talking about clothing they're like. Oh that's old remember. I was carrying a bag and I was vintage. Okay was vintage bag that was given to us employees and I was somewhere I was standing in line and this guy comments on. Wow that's an old bag. I said well it was given to us. As a vintage throwback bag. It's not old but people always look at the word old as something necessarily bad except when it comes to people people don't like saying the word old I've noticed it's like you see old people all the time and then you've got somebody young manner young lady or you're sixty five years young or seventy years young. I mean come on that to make them feel better. They are old. There's nothing wrong with saying the word old. I I guess older depends what's old to one person could be young to the next but seventy eighty years senior citizen. You're old old every day. You live you get older. That is okay. That is a blessing denied. Too many I know so many people who would love wish they were still here to say that they were old but nobody likes saying. Everybody likes to say Oh. They're seasoned Oh there. This old the elderly. They are old. It is okay to say the word old. Don't feel that you have to substitute that word. They know their old. Don't try to put a smile on their face by saying. Oh Hi Young Look. I mean it's I don't know it's just insanity to me how many people just get around saying that word old. How old are you? How young are you? It's old. That is okay to say everything has old. It's just been here longer is not necessarily worn out or bad but I don't know it's just something that has just always bothered me and mainly the past few years of a noticing people saying that. Oh she's eighty years young or she's doing so you're young. You're old as you feel you know eight if someone were to ask me. How Old am I know? I don't look my age. I don't feel it but I'm getting old. We all are as each day passes so please. Let's cut it out with the whole old. So and so is. SO-AND-SO YEARS Young I mean it's people age and that's and that's okay but it's it's just I don't know it's is just something that just kind of makes me why no one seems to like or say or feel comfortable with saying that someone is old. That's all I've got really on this. I just wanted to get that out. There feel free to listen to me on every platform on Google podcasts apple PODCASTS spotify anger breaker overcast. Radio public. Make sure you follow me and subscribe. I appreciate the follower the listeners but I also would like people who follow me as well you can be notified of each podcast. I'm going to try and bring you one twice every week. So thanks again for listening to his point of view.

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News Flash on The Digital Vibe Podcast

The Digital Vibe

04:08 min | 1 year ago

News Flash on The Digital Vibe Podcast

"Hello, everybody. Hi, everybody. Hello. Hello. This is that. From the digital vibe. Of course. Happy Tuesday house you Tuesday. I like to say that Hello in that kind of thing. So this is nothing, but the news on Tuesday hope to say is starting well going well this Tuesday next Tuesday every Tuesday every once in a while you get some news flash on what's going on in the news. And the digital vibe is not heavy duty on news. But it's a little bit light on the news and a little bit heavy and everything else. Some glad you could tune in to listen to the news flash of the day. Now before I get into some things here on the news. Let me get into one important news piece that I wanna share with you starting next month. The digital vibe is going to be on YouTube officially yes, officially it wasn't on there before. But now it is. So you can check out the digital vi- videos on the digital. And it's going to be launching the second week in March. So want you to check it out. So visit the website said, you know, where it is. And check out the YouTube channel on the digital vibe. It's pretty cool to pretty new. I think you'll like it because what's coming up for March is incredibly amazing. Some new ideas new shows new things a lot of good stuff. So if you're familiar with the digital vibe, and you've listened to me many many times, then you know, I believe in one thing variety because digital vibe is variety show. I like variety, and you know, it is it is a spice of life. So that's one of those things. I love in my life is Ryan I like variety. I like to mix things up a little bit. Every once in a while. I don't like things I like change. You know? And I like things, you know, some freshness of newness not the same old thing. All the time. I like freshness. I like, you know, you know, change, I know some some changes Goodson, it's bad. But this is pretty good. So do check out the YouTube channel on the digital vibe. Secondly, here's some news. Right. Would you believe? Right. That of course, the Oscars coming up. So if you love movies like I do check out the latest Oscar news at an Thomas enterprise, and WWW and Thomas enterprise dot com. The latest entertainment news is right there and the Oscars coming up. It's coming up the last Sunday of the month believe someone to get you kinda ready. So do check out the news at eighty years when I call it and get the latest Oscar news and things that are going on. I've watched him the outskirt movies. And I thought some of our really amazing, and I haven't had chance to really watch them. All I'm Bill. I mean, come on busy doing this. So, but I'm not making any claims or anything predictions who's going to win who's not gonna win who's going to get. It was not. You know who should win who shouldn't win. I do have my personal favorites. But. You know, like we all do personal favorites. But do check that out and net. Assented price and tune in next Tuesday for some more news on the digital vibe CEA.

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Nature Week Morning What's That Sound

Chompers

03:21 min | 2 years ago

Nature Week Morning What's That Sound

"Chompers is produced by Gimblett and sponsored by crest. Good morning. It's time for chompers your morning. Nine hundred rushing show brushing on the top of your mouth on one side and brushing little circles around each tooth. Three. Its nature week and today were playing a new game. We'll play a sound and you have to guess what it is. Here's your first one. Well, okay. Here's let sound one more time. So what's that sound. Parrot Switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and don't forget to brush the molars in the way back. There are more than three hundred kinds of parrots around the world may come in every color imaginable and parrots are some of the most intelligent birds on her. They can solve puzzles, create tools and sub can even learn how to speak with humans. Plus they can live for a long time. Some parents can live to be eighty years old. Switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth. Pick aside and brushed the inside outside chewing side of each tooth. Okay. Here's another sound. Did you get that here? It is one more time. So what's that sound. Crickets make that chirp chirp sound by rubbing their wings together, but did you know that it's only male crickets that can make that sound? I'll tell you more after you Switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and make little circles with your rush around each tooth, male, crickets, have special teeth on the bottom of their wings. Kind of like the teeth on a comb, the tops of their wings have a little scraper kind of like a bo- you would use for violin when they wrote the bottom and the top together, you get. Mill crickets can use their songs to attract a lady cricket or to tell other male crickets to back off. Today, but come back tonight for more natural sounds. And until then with water before you. Chompers is a production of Gimblett media. Chompers is brought to you by crest. Grownups Halloween should be about treats not tricks, so no matter what sweets your kids bring home crest has your kids and their teeth covered. It's what they've been doing for over fifty years. So bring on the candy and let crest help you and your family achieve healthy beautiful smiles for life.

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Rush Limbaugh Jun 09, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Rush Limbaugh Jun 09, 2020

"Are you looking to cut costs and free up cash? A monthly basis will start today with pure talk us a the average family of four saving seventy dollars a month on cell phone service with Pure Talk USA, all plans include unlimited talk and text. They start at just twenty dollars depending on the amount of data, you need switch to pure talk today. Go to pure talk. USA Dot use the Promo Code, pure talk to get fifty percent off your first month. Pure Talk U., S., A. Dot Com there's a scientific magazine out there called nature climate change. He just published a new study about sand. Now? The scientists have conducted this highly scientific, very scholarly study. Tell us that by the year twenty one hundred, almost half of the sandy beaches in the world could be gone. They might be gone. They name maybe will be gone. Maybe climate change. The study's Lead Author Guy Name McAleese votes. Ducasse says it's likely that half the world's beaches will be lost. Of course. Minorities will be hardest hit west. African nations could lose sixty percent of their beaches. Now those of you who live in the world's beaches have eighty years to do something. You should start now immediately while you still, can you? You should begin stockpiling sand. Start putting sand in your storage lockers today. If you start saving your beat San Right this minute in eighty years, you'll be in great shape, your beachfront neighbors or no beach, but you sand sabres will still be able to enjoy your beachfront property. you might be lucky. Eighty years could turn out that you're part of the fifty percents beach owners who sand will not be affected by climate change, and then you can sell sand that you've saved for a huge profit in a way. It's a win. Win become a sand proper. There's no downside and think of the turtles that you attract to your property. If you're the only one at, has any sand left.

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Santa Pause, Part 4

Christian Podcast Community

24:55 min | 1 year ago

Santa Pause, Part 4

"The word of truth so we can worship God in spirit and truth deepening our knowledge of God thereby enabling us to deepen our love welcome to where we are studying to show ourselves approved rightly jurist kids understand that Santa has hit possesses many of God's incommunicable attributes granted I don't know of any parent who who is hyping to this mythical creature worship truth is truth regardless of whether or not we believe that truth is in the way he's been portrayed and the the typical figure mythical figure of Santa possesses God's incommunicable attributes driving to Santa or anyone or anything else any of the incommunicable attributes of God we are by definition ascribing to him Ram you know that I was talking about how Santa has so many of God's attributes and by ascribing I definition what we're doing when we teach our kids that this mythical figure possesses the incommunicable attributes of God that is by definition it's in and has before any of us were born in all likelihood unless you're really really really old or something with baby Jesus or something like that we may not be thinking that we're worshiping Sana but by him possessing the incommunicable attributes of God that is in fact left off and we're continuing our series entitled Santa Paws and I know that the timing on this was not really very good breath regardless of our intentions no matter how benign they may be your benign we perceive them to be that's ascribed to him worship worship in this is a very very important point dear ones in this is something that cannot be missed by to Santa the attributes of God even though we may not be consciously doing this the F- The reality of the the doing that with that kind of forethought so but that's not the point it's not that we as parents tried to instill that in our kids the issue truth is the issue we worship God not primarily because of what he has done but because of who he is who he is now because everything that he has done stems from who he is so yes we worship God for what he is is that Santa Has God's attributes fact of the matter is is that it's already been done forest we we've already the origin of Santa Claus and yet back to some sense of normalcy kind of get back into the good old routine so Anyway I want us to pick back up where we finds you and yours doing well and I want to thank you very much for joining me I hope that you and your family had a good Christmas as things probably start to you'd have to be like one hundred hundred and eighty so probably nobody a hundred and eighty years old listening to us so see before any of us were born so it's already been good should've I wish I'd gotten all this end before December twenty fifth but hey it is what it is and so if you heard are the previous program aw worship we may not be bowing down at Santa We may not have him you know right there in the Manger Scene The red suit I want to look at First Corinthians Chapter Ten First Corinthians Chapter Ten versus fourteen through twenty two in this passage Paul addresses an issue that had arisen in the Corinthian church Paul was on his second missionary journey and he came to the city of Corinth he preached the Gospel God's saved a number of his elect in a church was born there Paul spent about eighteen months don force and and and that is the problem and by scrubbing to Santa the attributes of God what has happened is that we have in fact in fact the matter is is this is that it's already been done we may not be thinking okay ha ha ha I'm going to teach my kids about this character named Santa Claus I wouldn't be served is that is that we worship God primarily for who years and everything that he has done stems from who he is if that makes sense God is worthy of worship because of his attributes that is that what that is what makes him worthy of worship in these same attributes have been given to the fat man in with this new church with these young believers in Christ and disciple them to try to grow them up and mature them in their relationship with Christ earned standing the Gospel Understanding of doctrine and after about a year and a half Paul left this young church and he went on to other destinations to preach meet sacrificed to idols k now what was happening some of these young believers in Corinth they were they were kind of feeling the tug of participating at least at some level and some of the accompanying pagan rituals including but not necessarily limited to certainly including the meeting that the meeting the meeting of the eating of meat the eating of meat that had been sacrificed to these pagan idols these Corinthian believers these young immature believers they were not they were not going to these rituals with the intent of active their former pagan religious beliefs in some of them were going back into the Pagan temples there in Corinth in the the gospel well a problem arose in the church and Corinth actually a lot of problems arose and the church in Corinth but that's that's that's a whole sleep participating in the worship of Pagan gods that was not their intent what they wanted to do by going to these places by going to these pagan rituals in participating at least at some level in the activity they all they were really wanting to do was to maintain friendships and other series of sermons there but a one of the problems one of the problems that arose in the church and cart centered around the eating of with their former besties with their former friends who are still in the paganism so they didn't want to cut all ties and undoubtedly undoubtedly these young immature Carinthian believers didn't want to sever those ties because they wanted to try to influence their pagan friends on but primarily in more more fundamental than that more in in what's the right word the incipient view of that I suppose inch Chapter Ten Verses Fourteen Through Twenty Two the Apostle Paul writes and he says therefore my beloved flee I eat the sacrifices shares in the alter what do I mean then that a things sacrificed to idols is anything or that an idol blessing which we bless a sharing in the blood of Christ is not the bread which we break a sharing in the body of Christ since there's one and so Paul hears about this and he writes to them and he gives them a stern warning in First Corinthians chapter ten let's read this together I volved idolatry or they he continues I fifteen Paul says I speak as to wise men you judge what I say is not the US with the Gospel so what they would do is they would go to these rituals and they would eat some of the meat that had been sacrificed to the idols fellowship with their their friends who are not believers by fell should not the right word but their French ships they they wouldn't wanNA completely break I'll cut all ties with their from idolatry flee from dodge idolatry well wait a minute what we're talking about Paul de these these things weren't actively red we who are many are one body for we all partake of one bread look at the nation Israel are not those who his anything no but I say that the things which the gentiles sacrifice they sacrificed to demons and not to God with Demons they're unwittingly dining with demons now the idols did not have real deities behind are we so what does Paul saying here Paul is warning these immature carinthian believers he's worn joining them that simply by being present simply by being present in these pagan rituals that that they are pagan worship they're giving their approval by not speaking out against the pagan worship and and they are giving their approval by and I do not want you to become shares in demons you cannot drink the cup of the Lord and the Cup of Demons you cannot protect being their implicit approval to those same rituals and they are giving their implicit approval simply by not speaking out against the of the table of the Lord and the table of demons or D- do we provoke the Lord to jealousy we are not stronger than he behind them no they're not gods no they're not to be worshiped but there are spiritual forces behind behind every false religion okay behind every false for religion no matter how primitive it may seem to us today there are shoes made out of wood and stone or just that they're statues I know that and so they go in there naively thinking that there's nothing to it it's just a neutral moments demons and you may be thinking oh justin that sounds kind of dramatic don't you think well no not enlist scriptures demand dramatic occur feist they sacrificed as he said quote to Demons and not to God k so dear friends this was not a new you know exaggerate here this was not hyperbole Paul is being very frank with them it was demonic because he sang here he said Yeah Okay these these idols these wooden stone idols they're not anything they're haunts of wood and Honks troll experience for the Corinthians as they naively assumed okay they went in there thinking all this is no big deal yeah they got pagans eating the meat that had been sacrificed to the idols and in so doing they are unwittingly dining behind Buddhism Buddhas debt there there's no real God behind shintoism or you know all the Hindu gods inspired Satan in his demonic horde have inspired every single false religion that has ever existed Satan Lucifer thankfully he wasn't at that church for very long but anyway Allah does not exist there's no there's no real God us an interim pastor southern Baptist pastor say as he was teaching Winston I always air talk behind them but there are spiritual forces at work there are spiritual entities behind them not gods but the them of course in fact Paul readily acknowledged this in verses Nineteen and twenty when Paul says what do I mean then that things sacrificed to idols the the son of the morning was the highest angel created he was closest to God in orchestrated his worship however Satan came to a desire that same worship for himself he longed to have for himself the worship that was rightly given to God iniquity is anything or that an idol is anything no he says but I say that the things with the gentile sacrifice they sacrificed to demons and not to God so Paul is he by the way if you ever hear somebody say oh Allah y'all wear the same God no they're not do you know I actually heard and he's he said all in your way or the same God unbelievable not not Allah does not exist so no wins lurking there is Islamic false religion yes does hollow exist no he doesn't variance no big deal they're not real anyway they're just blocks and blocks of stone that's it like I said you can make funny faces at them all day long there real is that there are demons behind him the ev every false religion is satanically inspired every false religion is satanic they're they're whatever they got three million or so give or take a few gods are they real no of course are not real but what is him very real spiritual forces what are they spiritual forces their demons demons Paul warns them that the things that the pagan all you gotTa do to worship Satan as being a false religion you can be a Roman Catholic and Worship Satan unwittingly aren't real but when people engage in these false religions scientology whatever what they're doing wittingly run with and pride were found in his heart in he along with a third of the angels whom he persuaded to follow his lead were cast out of Heaven he has quite the entitlement mentality Oh Satan does he is worshipped is he worshiped yeah yes he is worship of of everybody who who's drawing breath that's what he wants he wants worse if he wants to to steal it from God and have it for himself but there's no god of Buddha there's no Alah there is no god of Zoroastrianism there's there's no flying spaghetti monster or whatever you know those you if you're a Buddhist you're worshiping Satan if you're a Muslim you're worshiping Satan if you're Hindu you're worshiping Satan that's what they're doing the Satan longs more than anything to be worshiped and he will deceive by any means necessary to acquire it. Do you know that's what Satan won't shipped by non-christians by creating them false religions and false gods such as you know you got the Egyptian deities you have ancestor worship even today the Satan wants more than anything to be worse it that's what he wants he wants he wants your worship he wants my worship he he wants Pagan non-christian religions they are no buddha is not well Buddha was real man but he was no god he's stone cold dead the people worship their ancestors you've got deities of Nature Buddha Muhammad Confucius you know whatever all that all that all those all those don in that's it you know you can pray to them all day long they're not gonNa hear you you can make funny faces at them they're not gonNA react no they're just inanimate and that's what he desires now for those who profess Christ as Savior Satan's got to be a bit more cunning right because I mean they got pagan idols there they got little little gods of wood and little gods of stone but Hey Hamas Christian and I know there's no that there was a little static and they're just an inanimate blocks of wooden blocks stone so they're not anything but Paul said there are real there are real spiritual forces but they got a false Gospel looks pretty close to the real thing but it's not like imitation coke you know like a Satan does not come to the Christian red and scaly carrying a pitchfork no he's smarter than that he disguises himself how as an angel being the real thing he adds a little bit too it it's it's salvation is by grace through faith plus something Roman not going to respond they're not going to do anything to their inanimate they're not alive but Paul was saying this is naive no there are no real gods offers to them the worship of dead saints and the Virgin Mary as in Roman Catholicism he what he offers to p kind of counterfeits will he offers to people who profess Christ he offers them the Prosperity Gospel he offered to them the Social Gospel He Flight Second Corinthians Chapter Eleven Verse Four Saint Corinthians Eleven verse four something he disguises himself as something innocent something harmless he's gotTa be more cunning he's gotta be more clever for these folks for the vote folks who profess Christ he devises clever counterfeits he gives them counterfeits awesome at first glance looks Kinda like the real thing I mean they they claim to believe in the Deity of Christ and his death and resurrection and all that good stuff Dingley's worshiping Satan you don't have to be a Satanist to worship Satan do you know that you don't have to be a card carrying member of the Church of Satan to worship Satan watered-down Gospel Seeker Sensitive Gospel it's devoid of any calls for repentance like Joel Stein that's what he offers professing Christian righteousness and pride he did not consider himself to be any better than they were in fact Paul referred to himself as how the chief of Sinners Ryan and Auden not unless Paul is being dramatic you know but I don't I don't think Paul was I don't think he was putting on a show here I don't think he was he was trying to since he makes it look as close to the real thing as possible without it actually being the real thing you know Roman foul maybe really upset you think that if you do Santa with your children I am accusing you of worshiping Satan please dear friend if this happens to be Santa Claus you can lose your salvation that's not what we're talking about however they were exposing themselves to demonic influence and the plus does whatever that plus is that becomes the focus then that's a different Gospel it's a different gospel he does not come to the Christian if Satan had the audacity to come after the son of God the one who created him rest assured fitter consider this difference Satan went after non other than the son of God himself Satan went after ear ones that he and his demonic minions will not hesitate to come after you and come now come after me it's an argument from the greater compassion in from Love Paul was not accusing the Corinthians he wasn't accusing them of anything he was warning them he was trying to shepherd them from a heart burdened with concern with compassion and love for them He loved these Corinthians he loved US athletes say salvation is by grace through faith plus your works in you know what even anytime you add a plus to the gospel what becomes the focus the Gospel no away from the danger that they were unwittingly exposing themselves to note that he was not warning them out of seven America Generic Coca Cola not the real thing Kokatay nothing so that's what Satan does he makes it look close to the real thing without it actually oh you I am not accusing you of anything okay I'm not accused I promise you I'm not accusing you of anything I am simply offering to you a warning from now as believers they were in no danger of losing their salvation right that's not at all the issue we're not talking about the losing their salvation I'm not saying if you do socks off of them and as the One who first brought the gospel to them he thought of them as his spiritual children Paul is warning them first Timothy Chapter one verse fifteen thousand nine the Chief of center so he he wasn't coming to them out of any misguided sense of self righteousness he was warning them something like Santa now some of you have just heard say that and you are the all people who profess Christ they would never in a million years knowingly give worship to say they would never a million years worship false gods so in Christ he leads Jesus into the Wilderness he showed him the kingdoms of the world he took him to the top of the temple tempting him in Luke Chapter Four thank you for listening to dedicate we hope that you are encouraged and edified what just her if you have a question that by participating on any level with the Pagan rituals that they are unwittingly and innocently exposing themselves to demons look is done it is technically it has published on still working on getting it on my website but there would be spiritual consequences and less g think yourself immune from the influence of Satan and his demons of you have been taught before just kind of maybe assume yo sounds no big deal but but but it is a big deal keep in mind First Corinthians chapter ten what did Satan want he wanted the same thing that he wants now he wanted worship same thing you want now if different a very very soon very soon hopefully hopefully within the next week I'll say week should have it published and Tom all right we have a couple more programs to go a little bit more ground to cover a hope that you're finding this interesting on those probably ah very foreign to what many the lesser if Satan will come after Christ's he's not going to be too intimidated by you and me all right all right your friends we are four God yours your host Justin Peters welcome to the Program Ladies and gentlemen the hope that the good conversion long lasted is reading all right difference thank you very much until our next time together may the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all website and available for you to to order in get a copy of it the title of it is do not hinder them a biblical examination of child the Pagan Deities Real. No no you can stick your tongue out am they wouldn't take offense but

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Underdog Celebrates Catwomans 80th Anniversary on WCFA  The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Underdog Celebrates Catwomans 80th Anniversary on WCFA The Howard Stern Show

"Stern. Show she doesn't just dress up as underdog she performs several characters and right now she's focusing on cat woman this year because. The character woman has a big anniversary here Suzanne to explain racing on cat woman now because it's a milestone anniversary four and what is that? She originated in comic books in the spring of. Nineteen. Forty. This year she's eighty years old. So, what made you decide to concentrate on cat woman? Because I learned that this year she's eighty years old I'm sure. A great many listeners might might have been aware of some time in their lives. Anniversaries that are moldy pulls a five or ten are considered much more important. that. I'm watching you face says she's Like. You really are concentrating on her. I do. Anything about her everything about her. Zan was drawn to Kaplan cabin likes cats what was it about cat-woman that inspired you like underdog? Well, well, she was a criminal I really didn't care for that but pushy loved tots she she dressed in a cat like costumer she would Paul Allot she she had some domestic cats. She also had baked cats How does cat-woman per? What does it sound like? She can't really per effectively unless unless she rules her are her. She's really through. Yeah She's an awesome guess though is ensuring. Amazing. Howard Stern show.

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Introducing Illegal Tender: A new series by Yahoo Finance

The Art of the Exit

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Introducing Illegal Tender: A new series by Yahoo Finance

"The morning of March second 2016. One of the world's most aggressive CEOS was found dead in a fiery car crash his name was Aubrey mcclendon. Clendenin it was a stunning and unexpected death. He'd been indicted the day before by the Justice Department and the debate rages to this day. Was it suicide Are Was it an accident. Aubrey's life was like a roller coaster. Much like the fracking industry itself which you spent every waking moment trying to build. He's emblematic of the fact that this this industry has been a giant suck of hundreds of billions of dollars of capital going into the ground. But the thing is the industry doesn't make any money. Bruce Story Tori goes inside. Aubrey mcclendon life death and fallen empire from Yahoo Finance. This is illegal tender season one. I'm your host. Ethan Wolfman Wolfman listen today on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast this podcast is brought to you. by T. Rowe price at T.. Rowe price are experts. Go beyond the numbers to examine investment opportunities. Firsthand numbers tell only half the story a strategic investing and covers the full story for more than eighty years. Millions of people have trusted T. Rowe price to help them. achieve their long term. Financial Financial Goals T.. Rowe price invest with confidence.

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The Judge Shamgar

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Judge Shamgar

"Rep Delia dish where we provide a quick biblical interpretation applications. This is the Ministry of striving for eternity. The third judge is the judge. We actually know the least about shopping gal now Shurmur cow is the son of Athen we only see two verses that refer to him judges three thirty one. An and judges five six so we can read those verses in Verse Three Thirty One it says after him was shung how the son of Assan who killed six hundred. Rid of the Philistines with an ox court and he also saved Israel in verse Chapter Five or six it says in those in the days of Shem Gow son of Athen in the. The days of the highways were abandoned the travelers kept by the byways and so that's basically all that we really have on him not so much. We don't know really anything about his tribe. Tribe and where he's from something he was possibly a foreigner not even an Israelite but the oppressors were the Philistines now the period that of rest we don't know but we do know is this was again. A period where Israel L. disobeyed after eighty years of peace with after with Moab and now we have another judge that had to come up. That's the pattern that we keep seeing Israel gets delivered and then they continue in.

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We Should Eventually Be Working for Ourselves

Naval

04:26 min | 1 year ago

We Should Eventually Be Working for Ourselves

"Who is this advice targeted to is it for my lift driver? Is it for an internet entrepreneur? Is it for somebody who wants to start at YouTube channel because it comes from someone who's steeped in Silicon Valley and tech companies, it's always going to have a bias towards that. But I think it's good for anybody who wants to be entrepreneurs, anybody who wants to control their own life, anybody who wants to deterministic Lee, and reliably improve their ability to create wealth, over time is patient and looking at it for the long haul. It certainly, if you're eighty years, old retired running out of energy, you should probably stay retired, but their eight year olds who have a lot of energy and want to do new things and live for the future. It can obviously apply very easily to a young person. I would say nine ten years old and up the most difficult one is probably middle aged because when we're in our thirties, forties, fifties, we already have a lot invested we have a lot of obligations because those years were earning and people relying upon us. We. Don't wanna change because we don't want to admit defeat in what we've been doing today. But that's where it can actually be the most fruitful. It may be the most difficult pivot. You've nine to five job. Eva family relying upon you. And so it may seem like the things in this podcast are far too idealistic, but maybe it can inform your weekend projects. Maybe it can inform yourself reeducation that you do at night on the internet. Maybe it can inform. What roles you take on the company that you're at because they move you closer and closer to points of leverage points of judgement or points, where you're naturally good at your offensive. It might cause to take on more accountability, even applied piece meals. These principles can directionally guide, you, regardless of what stage you are at in life short of retirement. And if you're in retirement, just test them to see if they're true in the teach him to your kids or grandkids, there's many different ways to participate. It should really apply to almost everybody who has complete body sound mind and is looking to work. I think one way to apply the advice. Is to look at who is getting the leverage off of the work that you're doing look up the value chain. Look at who's above you, and who is above them, and see how they are taking advantage of the time, and the work that you're doing and how they're applying leverage to people do that naturally in that they want to move up the corporate ladder. But that's mostly about, managing other people. And what you really want to be doing is managing more capital products, media and community people think about moving up the ladder in their organization. But they don't think that often about moving to a different organization, or creating their own organization, to get more leverage in general, ceteris paribus, fancy Latin words. Other things equal, you will do better in a smaller organization than a larger one, you will have more accountability. It'll be more visible, you are more likely to be able to try on multiple things to find out the thing that you are uniquely good at people are more likely to give you. Coverage through battlefield promotions. You're going to have more flexibility, there'd be more authentic cities how the company operates a good progression for career start out in a large company, and then progressively, moved smaller and smaller ones. It's very hard to go from small company to work in a larger company, larger companies tend to be more about politics and less about merit. They're more stable, but they're less innovative situations. The goal long-term is if we are all wealthy is that we're all working for ourselves and the people who are working for us essentially robots end today. That's software. Robots in data centers, executing code tomorrow could be delivery, Botts flying Botts mechanical bots that are carrying things around this goes back to this idea of the best relationships or peer relationships. If there's someone above you, the mess sewing to learn from, if you're not learning from them improving than there shouldn't be anybody above you. If there's somebody below you, it's because you're teaching them, enabling them. If you're not teaching them in enabling them, then get a robot underneath. You don't need a human. Being below you. This is utopian and it's long ways off. But in the not too distant future, anybody who wants to work for themselves will be able to work for themselves. You may have to make other sacrifices you may have to take on more risk you take on more accountability. You may have less steady income, but more and more. I think the younger generation is realizing that if they're gonna work they're going to work for themselves.

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947: The 3 Unknowns that Dominate Your Retirement Calculation by Darrow Kirkpatrick of Can I Retire Yet on Finances

Optimal Finance Daily

08:28 min | 1 year ago

947: The 3 Unknowns that Dominate Your Retirement Calculation by Darrow Kirkpatrick of Can I Retire Yet on Finances

"Huge catalog of podcasts on every imaginable topic plus you can follow your favorite podcasts so you never miss an episode premium users can download episodes to listen to real quick we recommend listening to this show on spotify where you can listen to all of your favorite artists and podcasts in one place for free without a premium account spotify has for listening each and every day hope you have a great rest of your weekend if you're listening in real time and I'll be back with you tomorrow where your optimal life awaits out of fuel land other natural resources your answer and your beliefs about how long we can sustain our current consumption patterns probably will determine what values you used for growth in your investment portfolio the inflation rate since the nineteen seventies when it averaged slightly over seven percent due today when it's lurking below two percent the officially stated inflation rate has been in a long term decline though we've seen some volatility and spikes along the way economy and how has the economy been doing over the long term in the nineteen fifties and sixties real growth in gross domestic product GDP extension or expansion and quote and that requires consumption so if growth is limited it's probably because we're running out of something what could we be running confusing world of interrelated and surprisingly arcane mathematical variables one of the most common problems people have is simply knowing what data to enter League into these supposedly mathematical values. You'll find yourself facing some unexpectedly subjective judgment calls on some surprisingly emotional topics here's what under two percent so what's causing that decline in growth well for starters what exactly is growth the dictionary defines it as quote an increase you mean by that the growth rate we've all heard that the long term historical return from the stock market is in the neighborhood of ten percent yet in recent years what is inflation mean to a near retiree technically inflation is defined as the percentage rate of increase in the prices of goods and services or the decrease ridged about four percent annually in the nineteen seventies eighties and nineties it averaged about three percent and since two thousand the average growth GDP has dropped growth of your portfolio and its ability to support you but if we want to access it's possible threat in the future we need a deeper understanding of inflation what is it really the value of the dollar in the economy at the simplest mathematical level inflation is simply subtracted from your investment return so it is a headwind to the calculation by darrow Kirkpatrick of can I retire yet dot com retirement calculators are supposed to make retirement related decisions easy seen a steady stream of news and views questioning whether we'll ever get those returns again what underlies the growth stocks simply this the growth in the and there are three unknowns that dwarfs all the others these are absolutely essential for performing any retirement calculation and yet nobody else can really tell you what they should be added weekends into the mix here thank you so much for listening every single day not just Monday through Friday and I will keep this Sunday intro nice and short for us you can pay an expert to make some educated guesses but what you're really buying is his or her personal views about the environment politics and your health that's right when you really this is optimal finance daily episode nine forty seven the three unknowns that dominate your retirement calculation by Darrow Kirkpatrick things and giving it to those without whether or not you approve of that policy is a political matter but the mechanism itself is pure economics so what might inflation of can I retire yet dot com and I'm your host and narrator of the show my name's Dan and welcome to our very first Sunday edition of optimal finance daily as finance daily on spotify or browse podcasts in the your library tab also make sure to follow me so you never miss an episode of optimal finance daily the future nobody knows but your answer to that question is probably dictated by your views on whether there will be more or less government going forward and the impact on you person we're showing you how much you need to save or how much you might be able to spend once you reach your retirement goal but as soon as you open up one of these calculators you are plunged into in fact inflation is simply a back door tax on those with wealth a mechanism for the government to spend money doesn't have by taking some from those with airman starts and we all know we must leave this world at some point but none of us knows exactly when since the nineteen fifties average life expectancy at birth in the l. e. will depend on where you sit on the wealth scale compared to your neighbors if you're better off you'll probably lose from increases inflation and if you're less well off you're likely to let's get right to it and start optimizing your life serve the three unknowns that dominate your retirement rain your life span the final unknown factor that dominates your retirement calculation is simply the length of your life we'll all know the date when I retire a personal experience genetics accidents lifestyle health care or lack thereof are just some of the personal factors that mean our life expectancy could deviate Ashley from the average how long will you live nobody knows the question is clearly impossible to answer most of the time and yet virtually every retirement calculator added states has risen from approximately sixty five to about eighty years yet this is one area where we all intuitively understand that statistics have little bearing on ends to know how long your retirement will last to be on the safe side most of us will plan to live into our nineties or one hundred but a more realistic approach to this question retirement calculators we will run up against those three unknown factors growth inflation and lifetime over the course of little more than a decade or two could be to ask how long might you be solely dependent on previously saved assets without the capacity or desire to generate income or reduce your lifestyle and that estimation family history may be your best or only guide so when we analyze the retirement equation and when we attempt to computed using most any of the available but these three unknowns do call into question the actual results of any retirement calculation growth rate inflation rate lifespan how do you know what they will too modest and entirely plausible changes in any one of these factors could either magnify your retirement portfolio several fold or lay it to waste so these unknown factors call into question the validity of retirement planning no planning is always useful it tells you the path you are on in case you want to change it be for you you don't then how do you calibrate them for yourself within the range of historical and statistical possibilities well I won't get into numbers right here but I will tell you where they ultimately come from growth rate comes from your views on the world economy and the physical environment it operates within inflation rate comes from views on

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Black Mirror Shut Up and Dance Review

Black Mirror Friday

51:59 min | 1 year ago

Black Mirror Shut Up and Dance Review

"Everyone has the need for private world but when you introduce technology into that private world how private really are things that's what we're talking about today when we cover season three episode three of black mirror shut up and dance everyone i'm shannon annan's they dress welcome to black mirror friday where every other friday or more sometimes we dive deep into in the episode of eight much we love the show sci fi fi anthology which called sample size well that's a very interesting point to work in a kind of talk about that a little bit today but yes i would classify it so i thought okay so fi anthology will just say it's a i even read dystopia in it's it's a little bit of everything it all depends on the episode and that's what shannon i do we pick a different episode from every season we most recently just completed all three episodes of season five just because it's here it's now and we wanna talk about it but as i was reading some articles today in preparation for this episode i read an interview view is charlie brooker of course the creator of black mirror who was talking about the release of season three way back when and talked about kind of the order of the episodes and how they're kind of sort of random and he he said i i wish people could just hit a shovel button and picking episode and i thought that was interesting case that so that's what we do and he actually said it would be great if people go to these episodes and pick the one they want to watch first just because you could do that it in a box of chocolates in that respect and i thought that that's great and i think that's what we try and get across here is that you may have tried black mirror in thought i really don't like this show but maybe you just didn't like that especially if you start the first one we said that many times first episode of the first season is definitely not representative at all oh yes and you know they're even episodes that we watch this when in particular was not one of my favorites but we try and watch every episode at least two time because when you're watching it through you're kind of just taking everything at face value figuring out what's going on and then then usually if there's a big reveal in the end then when you watch it a second time it's really different when you have that perspective don't you think oh yeah absolutely there's a lot more you can pick up on an hone in on when you're watching it the second time and you kind of know and this episode was very interesting in watching it a second time because it had been so long since i've seen it the first time so all of a sudden i i'm looking at these two actors and i'm like holy shit i know these guys like they're in two very big series but i i've watched since which i didn't realize when i first watch it and i have to say i liked this episode better the second time i watched it i remembered it is one that i didn't really care for right i didn't love it was good but i didn't live up but i liked it a lot more the second time a i did too and in fact i kind of forgotten the twist and so as i was watching yes i am it's like oh that's right right that's right so here's what we're gonna do we're gonna kinda talk through the story so if it's been awhile since you've seen it what kind of remind you of what happens in the story and then then we liked talk about are take on it and what some of the critics had to say about it and some of the stuff we found found buried deep on the internet about this particular episode and then we'd like to reflect on the technology or the social issues that are addressed in india episode in talk about specifically how that relates to where we are as a society today and then we give you are reflection where we tell you whether or not we think this episode is aimed must see a good to watch or you could skip it okay well let's start out with a little synopsis shelly that's what we always do go for it they episode shut up and dance tells the story of kenny he's a teenage boy and he is blackmailed by a mysterious hacker who tapped into his laptop away well i could talk tapped into his laptop webcam andrew recorded him masturbating now we don't know in the beginning i mean yeah it's a big deal but we don't know in the beginning why there's such a big deal but apparently he was masturbating photos of little girls like very young girls a the blackmailer forces kenny committing increasingly terrible and criminal acts an eventually kenny is joined by hector a middle aged man who the same hackers blackmailing over his infidelity so that is an overview and i specially loved they acting in this oh my gosh i was just like i said earlier but i looked at these actors on the screen and first of all kenny he's played by alex lost her and i was like oh my god is the guy from the end of the fucking world and that's a a netflix series i did think you saw that right i did not know yeah and i mean that was that was a really interesting quirky little weird ass show a i really liked it it's it's kind of weird quirky yes he you know he plays this i don't i don't really know how to say how to characterize his character and they ended the fucking world he's he's not mentally impaired but he's a little off he's off an andy he is kind obsessed with killing an he in this other girl the he'd be friends go on this very interesting adventure so it's it's a really cool little show and they cancelled it but then i heard that it was coming back it's it's it's checkout so if you kind of like lee weird teen type of drama that is a very specific john it you know it's not a teen drama it's not romance in sacks and drinking like all other crap out there is it's just different it's it's very different and that's why i think it's found a niche audience so i i believe they decided to bring it back for a second season but i can't really confirm that that there's hector and all of a sudden he opens see hotel door and i'm like oh my god it's braun from game of thrones i mean i love him jerome flynn is they actor's name so there's just very exciting to me to realize these two actors or ones that i've seen again and enjoyed so and i know neither of them so there is no realization for me and i also wanna talk about the director of this episode james watkins charlie brooker does direct brett some of these episodes doesn't he i don't know i think he does i haven't really been a keeping up with that i know jodie foster did one of them we talked about but right but right i dunno yeah 'em so james watkins is actually done some horror films end so these actors have said that they working with him dead since he's worked on horror films he is really learned the craft of sustaining incredible suspense over long periods of time without ever wavering and i thought yet that is now yeah totally so why don't you walk us through the story all right well we start out where chinese sister borrows his laptop he comes home from his job at i dunno look like a maybe a burger joint or something like that andrew sister as his laptop and he's very upset and he you know takes back in his room and i guess she tried to download something got a virus on his laptop so he is is eight malware program to remove the virus and get rid of it but i knowingly he allows through this malware removal quote unquote he allows hacker a hacker access to his webcam and you me his webcam come on although you don't see a light and that's funny because my husband always tapes over his oh god my after him yeah i'm i'm on display for the world on either i mean one thing that i wanna wanna say and i really picked up on it the second time that i was watching it is just a brief seen that we had of kenny working at this restaurant you see clues as to who he is he's not a strong kid 'em he's kind of a loner he's kind of a loner he gets picked on on end did you did you notice that that moment of hesitation with the little girl in the beginning at the restaurant where noticed that oh yes she forgot like a little toy on the table and at as honestly as i'm watching it and he answered the toy it was just like a moment to longer you went something here is making me uncomfortable oh that's when i was like that's right he has thing for children okay okay i did not pick up yeah so i thought they did a good job of of establishing hit the type of person that he was just in the very beginning mhm that's true yeah and then pretty much after after that the action goes into full swing at it does not stop it's the pacing in this episode is incredible it just keeps going and going a tiny gets an email saying we know what you did in this is immediately after he had masturbated in front of the computer mhm so he freaks out and he wasn't that a great scene the panic in his he was just i thought it was perfect perfectly acted the way he reacted to that oh it's very realistic but i will say that i do have just a teeny tiny touch of an issue with this okay so if the video that they have is of him masturbating how is that being linked to what he's actually watching while he's not yeah yeah i had that same question and you know this is one of those small points where i figure well they must just have some way maybe they have a screen capture maybe they know what he watching somehow that that's all i can say i mean that's the only way this works right i just kind of went with that type of faith right as and i will say though that 'em in the beginning i kept thinking while that is super embarrassing but but what what what's the big deal right right yes yes yes and i think that what's the point where where we were like okay this is embarrassing and yes he doesn't want this to get out but you kind of get the sense that kenny's not really that popular anyway let's see really have that many contacts and so you know while it at that age that could be a very devastating thing is at the end of the world rights that we build up to that writes an hector does mention something like that him later like so what everybody does that but we we find out later that it's a little more than that so yeah yeah they tell him they being the hackers tell you now kenny in say reply with their phone number or we leak the video tall you're contacts so he types his phone number in any erases it and he's freaking out eventually he he emailed them his number and immediately gets taxed telling him wait to be activated so now he's got this just you know big ass cloud hanging over his head like what's gonna happen what what is is activating and once again i happen to think it's like the next day right before he's actually activated 'cause he shows up for work yeah he gets a text yes so they're telling me has to be in a certain spot in like twenty minutes and he gets on his bike and he's racing like how to get there and then he just passed away and someone comes on ebay motorcycle cycle and handsome a box a big box so then it's that it's at that point where we realized the other person is also being blackmailed right and they do what they say right do what the he's like do it once you're out and they'll let you go down but this guy says so maybe that's what he thinks but we find out that that's not exactly what happens a so he gets the box and they tell immortal deliver it any can't take it on his bike so he gets into like you know fatality or or buts about it right right right anti opened it and it it's a cake hits escaped and he gets to the hotel and he's knocking on the door they told him to go to and the guy won't let a man so they tell them to mentioned mindy and when he says the word mendoza named mindy all of a sudden he a person hector any hotel room is is very interested in letting it meant so we bring some of the hotel room and both together figure out that they're both being blackmailed and they well at that at that point what other hector wasn't being blackmailed it's once he comes in once he gets the cake the sudden that's when you get something against the tax right right so that was interesting too i was wondering at that point if they needed see i'm trying to figure out how they got hector's phone number because the first thing i thought maybe they needed kenny to be in the room with him i dunno for like a gps type of thing but then that didn't work because they told him where they go they knew where hector was well you'll remember though that hector said he had signed up on some website for a prostitute and so he had he must have had to have given his location his phone number on his phone number of yes and we had a web chat now the one thing as confused about was did he actually meet with mindy and have sex with mindy or did he just arrange it well i think he just arranged because if you looked at be there were some kind of a bad on the bad looked like a gift spraying the bed the bed with made i think that she did not show up or possibly i mean maybe she's being blackmailed to who knows yeah i don't know just because and we will get to the ending that that's where it kind of came in to play for me the ending the reaction of people in look let me not jumping ahead mhm 'em right so then they're told by be the blackmailers mailers that they have to work together that to get in a car and drive to this specific place so they find this car and this goes calls back the very very first scene which we didn't mention but the very first scene of this episode is a woman who looks very terrified getting out of a car in a parking garage and putting the keys to the car like you know on the tire underwrite under the back tire so then we see hector end kenny going to that same car andy they find the keys that are on the tire and they get in the car and they drive in turns out there wasn't much gas so they stopped the gas and they ran into a friend in this whole part was kind of just like i i'm not really sure why they put it in there you know i i think maybe just to give it a little more attention though i think yeah there's this friend of actors wife you know and he's obviously trying to get to this next location buddy one by the sense of normalcy because he doesn't wanna tip off his wife right anything right auto he tells the friend the kenney says nephew and he's gotta get him to the train station and they're in a hurry and she's like oh i'm not idear way i'm i'm right on the way to the train station can you drop me off home and you know he gets her in the car and then they're getting these text repeatedly you're going the wrong way turnaround you know 'em an and he all of a sudden just starts driving like like a maniac and get their home and kicked her out of the car and re she's obviously very confused but they go ahead and they get to be location in time analysts in front of actually they don't know where they are yet they're just on a street stopped and they say they blackmailers text look in the cake the dig through the cake find a gun on a hat and sunglasses which by the way not not a disguise right exactly when i see he puts on these glasses through like yellow frames you could totally see the kids face and guys i'm like what kind of a disguise is this but then we realized that's not really the point he doesn't he doesn't need they don't want him to be disguised right right so then next tax they get says you're five minutes to decide who's the driver and who's the robber import kenny my gosh she's freaking out he pieces pants oh i i think i totally missed that this time oh you did did he really i missed that yeah he walks into the bank any hold out his gun and it's like give me money and you see a wet spot forming in his pants and then there's a puddle by his foot oh my gosh i must have just walked away fermented arsia infer for that i missed that gosh port kenny well i think what do you think of hector at that point because i think that was pretty lame of him you know he said well you can't drive so i've gotta be the driver but he's got point but okay but kenny said he was learning as permit you know he he he you tell me he couldn't drive a car down the street i don't know i think he could have been the getaway driver well and also i think hector had more to lose kenny's a kid hector had a family all right let her good point yeah that's a good point yeah i feel like he should have been the bigger man like he could have ruined i mean he's not really isn't kayla life right but right a yes yeah it's a tough situation will will talk about the the dilemma there too yeah well so kenny does go and rob the bank anes they drive away nick over the next spot that they're supposed to go to which is in the woods and they're told to separate at this point and hector's supposed to go destroy the car an kenny supposed to bring the money to a point in the woods somewhere so he gets in there so kenny gets into the woods and he finds another guy there obviously somebody being blackmailed again because the guy who's very flustered and he's like wait wait wait hold on you know don't do anything any opens up this big box and he sets off a drone so he said you know they told me the set off this drone before we fight in chinese like what do you talking about and he's like well did they tell you we were were supposed to fight each other and whoever wins gets the money an kenny's like well how do we who wins and the guys like well come on just kind of looking at i'm like you know they're gonna fight to the death pretty much but this is where there's the big reveal where he said all i did was you looking at videos look i all i did was look at pictures hurt at all i did was look at pictures and he said yeah that's all i looked at to how how old where they and that's really the big reveal and we find and i think that this is true you know in general like when you you hear about prison life like pedophiles are considered the lowest of the low which is why i think ultimately we have to pedophiles that are 'em you know in the final battle i guess right right so yeah so we we see kenny who decides that it it's it's not worth it and he tries to pull the trigger on the gun and we find out the gun is not loaded right yeah he first i thought he was gonna kill the other guy well i think i think he at first he points the gun at the guy he diverse right right and then i mean think about it though all the sudden you know here's the thing they had a video of kenny which we now know looking at child pornography but then they clearly could have a video of him robbing a bank and now there would be a video of him killing someone someone so i think but i i didn't really think about that until at least the second time that i watched it and really after the fact and i think you have to kind of get in the heads of the characters to say eight in that moment it seems like you don't have a choice oh right absolutely yeah absolutely it's interesting to think about what we would do though you know and that's one of the greatest things about this episode and a lot of black mirror episode is you're just forced to consider how would you deal with something like that right now right 'em well they end is interesting kenny is walking along the road and he gets a call from his mother and this i kind of expected i have to say you know i do know they they say this is the big twist but i kind of expected this because and this goes back to something that i just always kind of believed about myself and obviously there's no way the no because i've never been in a hostage you're a black male situation but i've always believed that i would not give in any sort of life unless someone what's gonna kill my kid then i would do everything you know hoping that they would lit up to their end of the bargain but my mindset is always like they're gonna screw me anyway i'm gonna do what they told me they do and they're still gonna fuck me over that's always what i think i think that is actually a very good because it's sort of unrelated i just you know i read stories read about serial killers this in that end recently 'cause you know i like true crime an end the ones that are always like if you do what i say you won't get hurt and then you realize no you probably will right don't believe don't just you know and i'd be the one person that was like okay all right let me just do what he says and then you realize no that's probably not the way to go you fight with everything but you have yeah and it's it's very hard to say because i think when you're in an absolutely terrifying situation like that you're instinct self preservation obviously we all right so i it's hard to say what you would really do but i liked the thing but i will be the person that would that would fight and would not give into that and you know what ends up in the end of this obviously is they leak all of everybody's information anyway you know kenny kenny gets a call from his mother's saying you kids and she's all upset and the police come up behind him and obviously has his life is pretty much over then you see hector going home and his wife is sitting on the bed looking at her laptop and she's like who's mindy you know drag crying and you also see the woman from the very beginning that we know very little about but they flashed up eighty a newsradio yeah see yeah and racist racist email right so that was that was her crime and we never find out about the black guy who delivered the cake do we did we find no we don't know anything about him i don't think we we just saw him a shot of him from outside his apartment fighting with his family yes and the other guy of course is dead kenny killed from woods right so okay let me let me say what my issue is here and this is i dunno i could be just totally wrong here and again i think it depends on the person depends on the situation all right two things hector and his wife and this is why i asked this earlier he thought about sleeping with a prostitute i don't know the that would be as devastating to marriage as sleeping the prostitute okay well he had it all set up so he was gonna i mean he was there he was in a hotel room right okay but i'm just saying so there's that and then also when it comes to kenny and i'm gonna sound like a total dick here and i don't mean to kenny was looking at child porn okay there's nothing good about that there's nothing excusable about that other than some people could argue that it's a mental illness mental condition or whatever i thought his mother's reaction was a little over the top if he had yes i you know i found out you if we found out he had been molesting children that's it's a different writing but to me sort of looking at child porn they've got something mentally going on that needs they need help need some help yes yes so i agree i agree that that was one of my no lanes was i okay yeah i just wanna say one quick thing though is i wonder because this is a british show i wonder if you know i mean they have a reputation for being a little more conservative so i just wonder if that has some i don't know so my thing is for this episode to work the stakes need to be extremely high end so my question was were they high enough and i think for most of the episode i i guess the thing is it doesn't have to be are the state's high enough for us is are they high enough for the characters and i think that's i think they did try and do a good job of that where hector clearly loved his wife and his children and he did not wanna lose them he just wanted some something some excitement and you know kenny knew what he was doing was wrong but that's you know these are the things that you do when you're alone and when you're private and you'd never expect to be broadcast anywhere right so i don't know i just i i liked like is is the hard work for this episode i liked where the story went and i like how it was crafted and i liked how it ended i just think but there were a couple of things that could have been a little bit tighter okay okay i think that also plays into another thing that plays into it is kenny is forced quote unquote to do these increasingly terrible things so right you know i wonder what would have happened if he had said i'm not robbing a bank you know okay lick my video i'm not robbing a bank but i think that's why then even pretend like you said he he might have just gotten some help and he would have been embarrassed and it would have been terrible over a teenager but he wouldn't be in jail for robbing a bank and killing a person right but i think that's why it's so important and they did it very quickly in the beginning to establish the kind of person that kenny was yes he was easily pushed around he would easily you know they made fun of him at work and and so on and so that's the kind of person that he was and so i think we have to know that about the character end on alex law when he was interviewed after this said he was giving some credit to james watkins the director saying he kept giving me gentle nudge is reminding me how high the stakes were for kenny oko not just how high they were but how high they were for kenny any because the audience might be thinking oh come on you haven't done anything that wrong and then we find out exactly what he has done rooms yeah so let's let's also talk about be end mhm right so we end this is this is such a such an interesting discussion online about this about who's the protagonist in who's antagonist in the shadows yes there really isn't one so i think that the audience is led to believe that they the hackers the people or maybe these altruistic people trying to write the wrongs of the world trying to punish those that are you know morally downtrodden an end make them a tone with their sins right mhm you don't you but you don't really get that until the end well i mean all the way through it i wasn't thinking through that whole episode that that hackers are somebody's trying to enact justice that's not how i saw them at all i thought i thought they wanted him to rob a bank or there's gonna be some ultimate payoff for the hacker the money's who's gonna go to the hacker and i it's rally where i thought it was going i really thought it was all about social justice okay into i did he end i didn't get that until then until they know and then in the end it's not about social justice at all that's what so that's the big take away okay so at the end they all get that on that image that troll face which i i'd never really seen before so i wanna make sure knew exactly what that was so that's kind of an internet meme for a troll face and this is this is actually 'em sort of like a comic character that was created back in two thousand eight and it's supposed to represent the facial expression of an internet troll okay okay now i think to really get it you have to understand what a troll is for mhm end troll is really a person who did faces internet sites would be aim of causing greece to people right emotional grief mental grief whatever so are they hackers where are they simply trolls they're both really but in the end the trials were trying to write any wrongs weren't trying to you know distribute any sort of social justice it was basically like we made you do this and we're gonna screw you anyway right and that is one point that i was thinking about is that if they're like it's interesting so i like you said like we just talked about i had a different take because through the whole thing i was thinking that they had some kind of motivation who are they what's their motivation and then i realize at the end if their sole purpose purpose was to enact justice than that doesn't really make sense then you kind of followed a little further in your thoughts and you know i say okay well they're just as guilty there justice horrible forcing see people commit these crimes so what is their motivation exactly and what is the motivation of internet trolls none it's to habich that's if you have what they think is fun right and so i was reading another article talks about hackers saying that they're two reasons that hackers hack money immorality and i think for most of the episode we think they're just hackers and were kind of waffling between is this about money or is this about morality rally and then they end like i said i don't think they're hackers at all i think they're simply strolls sophisticated troll yep and i think that face that troll face is very important to understand because the first time i watched it i did not understand the troll face you know i thought that was like the group symbol or i don't know who knows 'em but now a couple of years later i understand that a little better right different i wanna i there were a lot of things that came out from critics back when season three came out and i wanna reid a couple of the thoughts and then maybe let's let's talk about what we overall thought about it okay one came from alex malayan of digital spy who gave up sort of very mixed reviews saying that it is april aggressively and particularly nasty our of television saying the mother is super urban the main role and that's a kenny and flynn who plays hector is suitably sleazy sleazy without ever being a caricature however he critique see episode saying it feels a bit thin as it does not have much to say and it's simply a story in which that people do bad things and they get punished for it but he concedes at the closing using sequence as patrol faces come through to the various sinners is fantastic now i don't think he gets it fully i don't think so either because i don't think these are bad people doing bad things i think these are people that are doing bad things but i don't think they're bad people and i agree i think that's where did this question immorality come at least we've talked about this before like you know everybody's a little bit bad in some way but he's got an insanely behind closed doors yes and you know what that is right if you're not hurting other people on it you know and that again that's a fine line to how you know if he's cheating on his wife is that hurting other people i you know that's a whole nother conversation right but i don't really think they're bad people either and i don't think that it's just people doing bad things i think it's more about these troll looking for bad things to exploit exactly i think exploit is the right word there so there was another another 'em review from aubrey page of collider who beezer critics that and i've done the same thing before how ranked albie upsets from best or worst so at the release of season three there were thirteen episodes and she rated this as the eleventh best of the first thirteen i'd be curious to see what her bottom two are see if they're the same as mine eleventh best so like almost a worse right yeah wow eleven c i a weird way there are so many rankings of black mirror episode i looked at one on just before we started recording today in this episode like in the top fifteen at least i don't remember they number but it was in there yeah so there's so many different okay obviously the show is up for debate right bastion where i she commented that never before has black mirror delivered such a compelling masterfully handled introduction only toss it all away with a few final moments and writing that'd be ending causey episodes become one of the series series least plausible yet and i could not disagree more yeah these people don't get it no i i have why is it not plausible i think it's totally plausible they call themselves entertainment writers take the podcast you're just show them what what a then we have morgan jeffrey not to be confused with jeffrey dean morgan morgan jeffrey of digital spy who also ranked at number eleven out of thirteen with the justification that there are issues with how far were expected to sympathize along the way adding up to a general whiff of nastiness as the dust settles i mean i think that there is something to be said where we are supposed to have sympathy for these characters but the same time we can't really have sympathy for these characters i think that's what makes a good idea to you know i feel like a lot of these people they they may be watched so much entertainment that they're used to that box they expect everything be have a certain flow okay they expected to be a certain way have a certain formula is my point and more and more tv that were seeing these days does not follow a formula that you you don't have a clear protagonist i don't know if you're supposed to root for someone who's not refer someone people are good am bad isn't always a clear definitive hero so those are my favorite types of shows me to wear the character so complex that you're like i really wanna like this person but they're so flawed yep you know and then there was the entertainment weekly critic james hibbard who gave it ranked at number twelve at a thirteen saying that this nihilistic our is perhaps a victim of its own anguished mood and i'm like really wow you you just wrong but i actually found better commentary on read it so where we always final score those interesting thing right there was a whole reddit thread where i guess a lot of people do go on there and talk about on specific episodes of black mirror it's a really great place to get some insight but a i guess a lot of people on their talked about the blackmailers as sort of like vigilante justice seekers mhm right and sort of the good guys of the story so this is what someone said i thought it would say particularly good comment he said i was surprised to see many people here interpret the blackmailers of shut up and dance as vigilantes who are innocence the good guys the story this is entirely mistaken the blackmailers are internet trolls who are torturing these people purely purely for the walls they don't care one bit about indiscretions committed by their victims except in so far as these indiscretions give them power over the victim this i take it is the deeper social commentary of the episode we lives in a compassionate society this quick to condemn people further all to human frailties instead of help them the black male victim snow that nobody will show the compassion there since revealed that is precisely why it's a black male works wow well i thought that was excellent an actually you could say the same thing about hated in the nation which by the way is one of charlie brokers favorite episodes hi my favorite episode it's the same thing where people are very quick to condemn very very quick of and that's how it is now i mean that is so true to life rally you know are gonna talk about are are look in the mirror how true this is to life and now there's there's no special technology here and and in fact we've talked before about how how charlie brooker wanting to have episodes that really didn't deal with technology because he he wanna didn't want all of black mirror it'd be science fiction he wanted to be really wanted us to think about are current situation and this is specially along with hated in the nation and even smithereens all of those episodes 'em and to some extent white bear although there is some some technology there right wiping her brain but they they all deal with our just impulsive impulsive way that we judge people especially on social media when you could hide behind a computer and what i love is this quote that i read from charlie brooker they were asking him if someone who is interviewing him was stop asking him about this episode in particular when he was doing a lot of press for season three and he said people say about that one oh my god it's absolutely chilling and other people go it's about nothing it's boring and he said people react really really differently today episodes they're very adamant over which is the best and worst and i love that he knows that about his show and he knows that about these episodes i think that's what makes it so great because i think most writers would be like no no no no you're wrong but he knows the different people are gonna get different things out of it i think his main goal is to make people think and here yes does that so well yes so yes and i also read a quote that someone said for your consideration this episode is more interesting as a window into shame than hacking and i think that ultimately that is what it is about it yeah technology is just the means by which like you said we exploit that shame but that's really what it's about yeah so okay overall i would say that that it's really hard to like this episode well guess what everybody if you are loving are black mirror commentary we have three other podcast that you might enjoy one is are stinger tv movie podcast that's are flagship podcast where we talk about what were watching all the streaming networks movies and we have a topic of the week where we kind of dive deep into 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really track you know i find that i don't know i would love to have some statistics information from you know like i dunno if the department of defense or police say something about that because i feel like see powers that be the government whoever they know everything everybody's doing it every moment i just i always have that feeling so cnn say you wanna talk to okay they're the ones that can they could hack into anything at anytime but it's not necessarily that you'd you'd be able to find that information though because while maybe you're being tracked and everything is being watched i've heard several cases where girls have been bullied let's say for example end the parents go and say okay well this person person on instagram is bullying my daughter and be cops were like well we can't really do anything we can't figure out who it is and i find that so hard to believe it's the cops well yeah i'm just i guess maybe something that they consider i dunno not not urgent are not a serious enough is bullying you know you're not a assassinating the president or something but i you know i bet if somebody was making plans to assassinate the president on instagram they know that person down pretty quickly well it wouldn't be the police doing it it would be the nfl player the secret service or whatever you have to remember like local cops and stuff they are always grossly underfunded so for them yeah of cyber security like in hated hated in the nation there was a whole department on that end you know i think it occurs at the government level but i think they're looking more at you know issues with the nation's security they're not not really worried about people being mean on the internet and i'm not saying that they should for people violating privacy on the internet i mean every day someone is being hacked something as simple as their instagram's being hacked i've been hacked before the end of or someone's taking your photo and impersonating you it happens all the time and those were just see it but if but especially in organized group out there that is forcing multiple people commit crimes i just feel like that's a level where somebody would be able to figure that out well that's why the stakes have to be so high that the person won't go to the cops they won't go the cops right you know how do you get a lot of spam calls on your cell phone yes oh my god they've been nonstop lately chef and i got one yesterday telling me that there wasn't issue with my social security number oh yeah i n t i r s yeah i everytime summertime dakhli if i'm if i'm in the right mood i will press it's one to be connected to see i never even answer my phone i never answer my phone well i your ideas someone i know yeah i usually don't but this one i answered and i listened and i said okay so they go through and they want me to confirmed my name which i made up a name they want me to confirm the last four digits of my social which i did and they wanted me to confirm my mailing address and i just said would you like me give you my birth date as well so that you could go ahead and set up a you know identity fraud you know i wanna make decision for you and of course they click right away my son go and i mean why do these people keep doing it then keep doing it because it works because there there are people that will that will do it will hand it over and that's why they do it so have you know something as simple as i downloaded look we just went up to my motherinlaw's house back over no not over easter over memorial day weekend end we went to her computer it's it's a mac it's an imac which typically you know you're not susceptible to viruses and things like that and she had all kinds of spyware downloaded on i'm like i don't wanna know i don't wanna know what she'd been visiting her what she's doing she's the kind of keeps a post it note over her webcam but you know her google was not the default search engine it was obviously something she clicked on the changed all of that and so you know we we cleaned all of that up but i mean not put her down she is eighty years old i i give her all the credit in the world for using a computer and internet there but there are so many people that will be like oh let me let me click on this let me fix this let me do this so 'em yeah i think that all of this is there and it's easy to find and that's why we keep getting spam calls and spam emails and malware and and it's getting harder and harder to pick out what's real and what's not real like i just had done i i used to do website design years ago and i still have a couple of clients fans that have kind of stuck with me over the years the you know just don't wanna go elsewhere and they don't require a lot 'cause i'm not really up to speed on the the current you know programming in web design but they're still with me and one of them recently there his domain name expired for his business because he kept getting notices like you're domains gonna expire but it looked like spam and he ignored it and he didn't keep on top of it then he has to go back to the company and they charged him like literally ten times he amount if he had just renewed it to to get it back up after it expired right you know and it's just it's really hard these days i think as you see all these emails and they look real but you're afraid that they're not real and you don't wanna click and i dunno it's tough so before we give are final reflection i wanna just share what i thought about this episode overall the first time i watched it i didn't really love it end the second time i still didn't like it and let me tell you why because it's hard to like this episode because it's it's disturbing right yes yes but i think that the best conversation comes from you know deciding what would you do what what would happen so are reflection on her scale of my sequel to watcher you could skip it i think it's good to watch just because i think there's there's some interesting conversations that could confirm it even though it's disturbing i i'm gonna give it a good to watch yeah i think i would have to just do what you said i also would give it a good to watch the first time i watched it i thought it was okay hey the second time you pick up more you think about it more i also think that you know it's been a few years and man technology and the realism of it i feel like it hits me a little bit more now than i did the first time right so a lot to watch okay well a and i think the fact they were very public people probably gives us a different perspective as well that's true yeah i would agree yeah yeah okay

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Founders: Anu Duggal, Female Founders Fund, Banu Guler, Co-Star cofounder, Susan Lyne, BBG Ventures president, KJ Miller, Mented Cosmetics

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Founders: Anu Duggal, Female Founders Fund, Banu Guler, Co-Star cofounder, Susan Lyne, BBG Ventures president, KJ Miller, Mented Cosmetics

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Rowe price invest with confidence he's we believed that they had a competitive advantage because they intuitively understood that dominant consumer so if you understand and what she needs you understand how to talk to her you understand where to find her you're going to have a an easier shot did you come to the value proposition that investing in women would make you money yeah well it starts with a very simple premise which is that Miller welcome this is the founders panel and I got to seize and we have to founders and Susan and I want to start with you because VC's are in the business of making money and recently we've seen this trend of investing in women how and before we get to our founders actually have companies and you guys have invested in them Susan just to go back to this idea that for and more women started becoming entrepreneurs and this started really I would say this new wave of female founder start around two thousand ten women are creating products that they know about because they are the consumers you know my instagram feed is full of what it's like system shampoos and bras when is a woman do you think can create what the next Amazon or platform out there is that reading that there is a real opportunity behind investing in women that are building products and services that are catering to this female audience the dominant consumer we're responsible for eighty three percents of all consumer purchases and so as more technical reasons there there were tech advances that enabled it we can talk about that but once there were enough women who were building company we've seen for the first time ever three female out of UNICORNS glossy away and rent the runway so I think that what these companies and this traction is demonstrate everyday which is when institutional capital comes into a company and I would see secondly you know again for New York it's it's been a historic year in the sense that in the first half of this year in your own space perfectly so looks exactly as F- This was in your living your bedroom I think you're going to see if you look at what's happened in the New York ecosystem it's actually remarkable so in two thousand thirteen there was one series a round that was led by female founder of five million in twenty nope this is the hallmark summit podcast from Yahoo Finance them general managers with a new Dougal by Nuclear Susan Line and K J that sounds really dismal but the reality is that we've actually been tracking institutional funding going towards women since two thousand thirteen and gene there were eighteen series a rounds for a total of one hundred and fifty million so to give you a sense you're never got hit those billion dollar numbers if you're not starting at the when you're starting to see or is it really just percolating in the consumer but no and I I see it all the time I think we all see it all the time we invest you build a successful profitable company so I knew less than two percent of BC funding goes towards women. Do you think is it as simple as like I'm Marie coming out of of traditional computer science but I think as a I becomes more prevalent and and as more and more women in a company called Z. That has extraordinary technology it uses computer vision and three D technology to allow you to see home furnishings all out of programs at major universities out of companies where they have real sector expertise and they're deciding that they want to start companies instead of joining through these programs the real shift has been that there are so many women now who are coming out of whether it's B school services third party e Com like it started somewhere everything starts in one place because otherwise it's chaos approach and you're not going to get anything done casse feel more healthy so I guess so am I not being fair to this crop that's out there of consumer a huge team of data scientists that generating algorithms that enable you to give credit scores to people you know millions of unbagged consumers across the world really going to be the future of healthcare from a female perspective and two bodies point you have to start somewhere where you go beyond that I think is really exciting but it's too early France I feel like this I mean Exxon started as a bookseller it didn't start as a global platform of webster companies and when that happens they are always problem solvers right there are people who see opportunity see something that doesn't work and talk about what's happening with you Myers Briggs is the obvious parallel something like ninety percent of fortune five hundred companies you have significant spending on Meyer Springs every year which most psychologists debunk as corporate astrology Susan's point where often the ones buying them not just for ourselves but for our kids bar husbands in for parents and so I think you're seeing women tackle what is we have to have these products start small and then not just scale and what they're doing but they can go much further than where they are yeah I mean I just a lot more of that there are plenty of women who are coming out of now data science programs coming of computer vision programs exit so yes we're going to see a lot of it so k. j. let's start with you and what problem you are trying to solve absolutely so my company is called is in my opinion just as big just as important a universe of problems which is what are the things that we live in and that makes us feel more beautiful make us feel more holes services that cater to that female consumer so whether you're selling into enterprise or selling directly to consumer you're building you know what I think is is maven clinic which again is a great example of women controls huge amount of spend in the healthcare industry trillions and so there hasn't really been I think the issue is that the the VCE market the private markets were valuing different things in companies than attorney the public markets do right so they were valuing growth above everything else and the companies like lift and Uber and we were I an and people who are non binary but what I think is more important about it is that it's actually it gives you a link they went public the public said I don't think I want to invest in this right I don't understand where this ends up and the why because it works right once you start talking about oh I'm an extrovert you're an introvert on I'm more judging you're more proceedings it'd be all that capital out there to raise the next round so you have to have some sense that you can continue to build this continues to grow at a reasonable pace into that you know I think beyond consumer within our own portfolio we have companies like Tala which is mobile lending platform that's really as we invest in and I hate to make generalizations but but female founders tend to look at their businesses earlier right and actually say here's what's happening here's what's happening in my life and I think that's incredibly powerful but to your earlier point yeah you can into kind of pre print so let's talk about what your doing I mean I is is so she's horoscope business is that fair to say it cosmetics minted a short for pigmented we are pigment for speedy brand celebrating all men and prioritizing women of color and so the problem that we're solving for so many women is that or is an powered astrology APP that gives people real tools to have real conversations about real life and it's a mix of woman and were to get to a recession point what would this business look like without paid marketing is there something that is inherently organically appealing to the customer we did not see ourselves in the world of beauty and I think the reason you see so many women starting so many amazing consumer companies because consumer products are the things we live in make sure they are building a sustainable business it's definitely something we talked to our founders about a lot because you never know when there's going to be a downturn and there isn't ace that you don't have to go out and pay to acquire them and so I think that's going to become more and more important as as you see more ah a dinky little astrology up or you can say no this is actually a new way to structure human connections human intimacy using technology and a number of others were were growing at a staggering pace but there were losing billions of dollars and but in a more profitable way so I don't worry about it on a Susan said like you don't want to generalize but then L. CEO and see what happens I do think that if you look at whether it's Uber or Joel or we work there's there's definitely some some patterns there about this and with both of your startups just looking at them word of mouth seems to be the best advertisement that you get the recent crop of that and coming out with as much interest as we have it Yahoo Finance I guess from the vantage point of where you sit Susan do you watch that we sleep in we wake up we brush her teeth with I mean these these these are the products that we live and die by and I think women understand these products in a deep way because if you just find like when I ride the subway it's just one startup ad after another digit that people are spending too much on a quiet cleanable I know as it relates to our portfolio what's really important for us from day one when we're looking at different business models is understanding if things due to this conversation I think it's a bit of a double edged sword this idea that women do a better job of sort of like looking holistically at their business the reality is most women don't get as said at a wonderful event that hosted that one of the things that she had to learn how to do really early on was become capitol efficient because people wouldn't give her the money during their next customer or is that just a necessary evil I mean I do think people are are spending a bit too much on acquiring a customer but I will we are generalizing but this is a it's about women that were guessing I must be something you think about no absolutely I mean I think this would be a great point at which to appoint a fee with the stay private longer era but what I do think is happening is that a lot the founders that are mostly guys like what were they thinking who gave them all this money and what their governance be like this yeah I mean would we and there's a lot of other different elements that go into it I mean definitely agree with a lot of what Caja side also I think the way people think about cactuses. 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Range of recipes

Monocle 24: The Menu

28:26 min | 1 year ago

Range of recipes

"First in minutes top recipes from the Alps people in the else have always serves cured meats that's kind of what you're working with then we find more to our taste all that's blast a unique Thai food market thus under percents recipes in one single book which is one of the most original some travel stories and tips effectively being a cookbook that also doubles up surprise considering that it stretches across Italy Austria Switzerland humans and she's making and be that people in the he's preserves cured meats that's kind of what you're working with. STA whereas in Austria at least I found throughout that's associated with the elps Vr Schnitzel Viennese same with Kaiser custody pure product also in an elegant environment in I really love so the food is obviously amazing but other any rare ingredients the pre great grows out about one thousand meters that's incredible and it's reese small amounts and so I really implore people when they're visiting the cured meats and sausages that you can't find in North America the rest of Europe it employs you to find new ways of cooking really simple meals word Sushi anywhere run away you know that's what I love it's food in the rockies while I chose the elps because its they are they're not a huts that have been in existence for hundreds of hundreds of years those that always relational E. J. in the springtime they'll use lake trout and they do a smoke there I don't mind it conservative at all something that we you think that is because no one would be crazy enough to take it over its tradition sample I mean it's been in the family I think for four or five generations strength to strength and it's a completely authentic singular experience and aren't going back every year now meredith I guess the big question is what would your recommendations to answer it I kind of have to deduct kind of things with white you're looking for are you going with your family or do you a family run restaurant and they do this bread soup with Chicory and egg all town of Konya in house to that's kind it's very isolated up against family recommend going there I mean I could go on all day the hotel pastime called Valerie house where the father was a yeager Meister and kind of recipes to include in your book if you had to choose one your all time with peaches from a can it's from a hunting lodge in Kutai again it's easy to make and it's a recipe that at home I come back to over and over commercial for recollect cough drops the one that shows the two mountain villagers in front of the Matterhorn added them to a really simple vanilla ice cream base and it's surprisingly oh good experience outside of Asia on colorful umbrellas Hawker hundreds of thousands of visitors the female lead business could become a victim entire restaurant owner and Asian Food Aficionado die income loud I used to be a gathering of the Thai community mainly Thai women they would share the food and their experiences here and then it turned out thing I think you don't get better Thai food for like it's sweet it's Taghi and everything and you can sit outside and insist on to the state my theory is when it was and everyone like a big plastic bag a trash bag and everybody who why was promptly tolerated so long but now it's food or beverages for money so what they say it's a community and I heard out of nowhere like that says long shut your umbrellas and they would cover like all this stove with Tommy was obvious what's going on and when the police went away that just took around red umbrellas was ruined for what I wanted sure on the grill for men to park sausage which is a famous gets a bit Tangy they would add hosking Kukushkin and then that what makes Thai food so special because it's crispy your mouth that you think how can someone come up with a thing like this you have to play in that when I look around all the women are in a certain of the stall of of the market spot of the women would mostly Sid and going home that so I think the reason is why so many end up in Germany in marriage agency where they would have their own mentioned they have already a child so the could be more attractive to the German guys and move to this country and he picked my mother and this is just a guest I used to because who wants to be identified with and you find your way through life and just get over the fact that someone bought you to be here come from is known and sees Asian people are very polite gentle people and I think the biggest misconception what I can see is that the west look when you actually go to China and go to market and go to the shops you will see a school fee they are the ones getting up at four in the morning and go into the market and Mary I German man and he would expect her to be home and Mitte German and put together an incredibly successful business what I in Thai culture what role they're actually playing what I love about being here I I know how women giving up a lot of control of their own life home to the family members or they saved up to spend time as possible Sebastian at international following as this Paris based bakery them across the world to customers in countries such as the US and Japan Book Boylan the secrets of the world famous bread bakeries out now for eighty years my grandfather started new shush media in Paris in the early Thirties oster consistency but also so that our clients can feel like they have of that basic necessity and therefore I remember as a student at Harvard and when I ran out of it by ten am I was like so hungry because the other breakfasts advocation and it is my daily bread and it is something that I feel is part of what plan at heart there is one thing that each bakery and each Baker okay that corresponds either to our setting or to our tastes and the taste at pylon it's too history politics arts I mean we have been making a branch something that links our humanity at large so a culture of bread would be short answer an architect and my father Baker that combined their talents into link twenty four bakeries like twenty four bake houses which equates season depending on the orders scale up scale down but never compromising been in charge of his production the already mentioned about the connection of your that feeds me on a daily basis and when I mean by that is I have it did in two thousand and two when I took over the family business or in two thousand seven when I graduated the link between Britain our societies at large that's what feeds me daily I lead Poland today was that approach clear for you from the very beginning correct students and you find yourself being charged with the business did you know then what you were doing taking year off expecting to go to college next fall and from one day to the next I went to my father's the first months of my near off to finish off some aspects of flipped more of an understanding and appreciation and I think that's what explains why I've on that with my sister I thought you know we really have an extraordinary quality absolutely I mean there was a very practical ambition here is I is one of my classmates the opportunity to talk with the cook that was in charge of the it's no surprise that we have an being French American I have this dual there is quality control that's involved when I received a bread every week it was a great services considering that you're shipping bread around the world where are your biggest groups of your follow and historically the points where French reports of Asia but the US as well and my mother being American a great way of developing our tellers network but I their chest is still logistics it just works a Bologna Portland there the go-to Monaco's websites soundcloud or itunes and remember to subscribe it costs that takes you to some of the world's most interesting cool narrow district's and it premiers this broker with Dina silence recommendation this week song is by everything shopping they said they.

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CBS 11 NEWS PM UPDATE 11-08-2020

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

CBS 11 NEWS PM UPDATE 11-08-2020

"Thank you for joining us. I'm steve pickett's. It is sunday november eighth. And here's a look at your headlines palace travek. The legendary host of the popular quiz show jeopardy. He has died. The official jeopardy twitter account said tribeca died at his home in california early this morning surrounded by family and friends the cause of his death unknown but trebek's did announce last year that he had been battling stage four pancreatic cancer. He was eighty years old. No funeral plans announced. It has been a tencent exhausting few days but the election saga far from over president. Donald trump is vowing to fight the results by moving forward with several legal challenges. After losing the election. This weekend he announced that litigation would start monday to ensure election. Laws were fully followed. Also tomorrow president elect joe biden will announce his task force of advisors who will help tackle the pandemic once he takes office. That is the latest from. Cbs eleven for one for texas.

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Nature Week Morning What's That Sound

Chompers

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Nature Week Morning What's That Sound

"Choppers is produced by Gimblett and sponsored by crest and oral B. Good morning. It's time for your morning. Nineteen brushing show, sir brushing on the top of your mouth on one side and brushing little circles around each. Three. Its nature week. And today we're playing what's that sound? What play a sound you would hear nature, and you have to guess what it is? Here's your first one. Well, okay. Here's let sound one more time. So what's that sound? Parrot Switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and don't forget to brush the molars in the way back. There are more than three hundred kinds of parrots around the world. May come in every color imaginable and parrots are some of the most intelligent birds on her. They can solve puzzles create tools and sub can even learn how to speak with humans. Plus they can live for a long time. Some parents can live to be eighty years old. Switzer brushing to the bottom of your mouth. Pick aside and brushed the inside outside chewing side of each tooth. Okay. Here's another sound. Did you get that here? It is one more time. So what's that sound? Crickets, make that chirp chirp sound by rubbing their wings together. But did you know that it's only male crickets that can make that sound? I'll tell you more after you Switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and make little circles with your rush around each tooth. Male crickets, have special teeth on the bottom of their wings, kind of like the teeth on a comb the tops of their wings have a little scraper kind of like a bo-. You would use for violin. When they rubbed the bottom and the top together you get. Male crickets can use their songs to attract a lady cricket or to tell other male crickets to back off. Today, but come back tonight for more natural sounds and until then Vince with water before you. Chompers is a production of Gimblett media. Hey champions. Let's say you just discovered a new dinosaur. And you get to name it. What would you call your dinosaur? Lots of dinosaur names come from what the dinosaur looks like sometimes they come from what they do. And sometimes the dinosaurs named after the scientist who discovered it a lot of dinosaur names and in Soroush wrecks or done. So what would you call your dinosaur? And what would it be like tell your grownup and have them send your answer to us at chompers dot dental. We might use your answer on an upcoming episode of chompers grownups that address again is Trumpers dot dental. Chompers is brought to you by crest and oral B spring cleaning is all about freshening things up grownups that might mean finally cleaning out that Nessie garage. So why not gift that same spring clean feeling your kids crest and oral B have a great selection of dentist recommended toothbrushes for your little sprout and crest toothpastes come and flavors. Your kids. Love like strawberry and bubble gum with the enamel protection. You expect bring new meaning to spring cleaning with crest and oral B. Grownups. Learn more at oral B dot com slash kids.

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Nature Week Morning What's That Sound (2-27-2020)

Chompers

03:39 min | 9 months ago

Nature Week Morning What's That Sound (2-27-2020)

"Chompers is produced by Gimblett and sponsored by milk. Good Morning. It's time for Chompers your morning on nine hundred freshmen. Shell stirred brushing on the top of your mouth on one side and brushing little circles around each three royal its nature week and today we're playing. What's that sound What play sound you would hear in nature and you have to guess what it is. Here's your first one. Well okay. Here's one more time. So what's that sound? A parrot switcher rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and don't forget to brush the molars in the way back. There are more than three hundred kinds of parrots around the world may come in every color. Imaginable and parents are some of the most intelligent birds on her. They can solve puzzles. Create tools and sub can even learn to speak with humans. Plus they can live for a long time. Some parents can live to be eighty years old switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth pick aside and brushed the inside outside a chewing side of each tooth. Okay here's another sound. Did you get that here. It is one more time. So what's that sound? Crickets make that CHIRP chirp sound by rubbing their wings together. But did you know that it's only male crickets that can make that sound? I'll tell you more after you switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and make little circles with your rush around each tooth. Male crickets have special teeth on the bottom of their wings. Kind like the teeth on a comb the tops of their wings. A little scraper kind of like a bow. He would use for violin when they rubbed the bottom and the top together. You get milk. Crickets can use their songs to attract a lady cricket or to tell other male crickets to back off today. But come back tonight for more natural. Sounds at until then heads with water. Before you chompers is a production of Gimblett media. Choppers is brought to you by milk. Grownups pop quiz. Can you name delicious source of protein with lots of nutrients easy milk? New guidelines backed by health organizations like the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend dairy milk along with water as an ideal beverage for young kids for two to five year olds. They recommend to two and a half cups of milk a day. Ideally low fat or Skim. Not only does it tastes great. It's got a natural nutrient package. That growing bodies need head over to pour more milk dot com to see all the amazing benefits. Dairy milk has to offer.

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