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The inventor of the cellphone calls on carriers to focus more on closing broadband gap

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05:19 min | Last month

The inventor of the cellphone calls on carriers to focus more on closing broadband gap

"Following. It's the second part of our four part interview with martin cooper inventor the phone. I'm roger chang and this is your daily charge or one of the issues. I've talked a lot about on this podcast and seen that in general the issue of the digital divide. I know you talked about that near the tail. Ender near the second part of your books. I'd love to get your perspective on really the deserve holistic impact of the cell phone and whether or not it's been a force for good in how it's been a force for good in closing that broadband gap that digital divide. We'll just think about this routers The whole educational system has been challenged today because the teacher gets up and gives a lecture and he's talking to a bunch of students if they're connected if they have smartphones they have access to all the knowledge the world the shakers not gonna give them information that they can find words so the whole nature of what a teacher is changes. The teacher now teaches people how to reach out for of religion. How to handle it. Taylor's educative process to individuals that having a lecturer to talk a people each different girl every other person. So we discover that what the result of this is that people's minds the challenge borden. They did before and the result of that. Is it their brains. Get bigger thinking smarter. Just think about that. Now that in this country one of the most advanced countries not in the world but in history forty percent of the students in this country do not have access to broadband wireless forty percent. Just imagine what that means over long term when the educational process chain that we end up with forty percent of the population with bigger brains. They're smarter or sixty percent and forty percent are dummies unacceptable with Broadband wireless now as essential to people as water food. So somehow that problems got to get fixed at the moment. The government is not digging right approaches. The only way to do that is through a first of all accept the fact this is essential and go to the carriers people have exclusive use of a spectrum and tell them either. You service all of the public or we're going to allow other people to do it. The technology exists to provide students with robin wireless whereas littlest cyber ten dollars a month. At that level everybody can have access to the but semi were we have to remove moves us exit seventy two big guys t verizon d mobile. They're doing a great job for the dense areas for the city's suburbs. They are not to have good job for the rural areas. They are after a good job for the people that can't afford a sixty dollars a month for a cellphone. The technology exists to do the both of those legs to handle people that can't afford into the rural areas and it's up to the government now to do figure out ways for business to provide those two kinds of services. We have to have one hundred percent accessibility for students and ultimately for everybody. Because i i'm so delighted you read the book because you know that it's not just education it's healthcare we're all going to be ultimately connected have have our bodily characteristics measured continually. There is the potential that we can anticipate diseases in people before they happen. Just because we're measuring things continually so healthcare is going to be a revolution. You can't provide after one segment of the public but public and keep it from other people so between those two issues education healthier and then you get the most important wall in. That's what your profession is is. Collaboration is getting people to talk to each other to generate ideas to people who are always more creative corporate than one person but of you got people talking to each other groups independent of time independent of where they are the potential for improving the productivity of people will be such that the idea of poverty will disappear. There's going to be enough for everybody. There is no reason why everybody can't be wealthy announced. Never worry about food or housing and everybody can't downs. The education served there.

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"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"The ball. Msa that and then. I'm going to say this. That the coaching and i don't like i don't like to get on calling but i'm telling you the cowboys look like they went in with inside outside zone and power that with a three runs. I never got into football. Game carrying three runs in run draw. They didn't try to run anything from the one big run that the z. Cam for thirty yards. They ran a tight in powell and they never came back to it and it was there all day. Now i don't know evading. Feel comfortable calling it or they didn't they block it. That will but when you start about the offensive line and really their their lack of physicality in an inability to not some guys off the ball. I had to them and say i did see a very good effort out of it. That's a really interesting part on the runs stretch. Do you think there was a point. Maybe in the midway through the second quarter that that jerry was was kind of thinking. Well maybe kelly should've taken at boise state year it was probably a oriented song to see. I wonder if he signed that deal yet as he mad. Cow signed it. I wonder if he could go up there and coach on that bluefield stephen.

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"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"And i also think i've said before to me owners in the nfl have lost more revenue than any other season in history because of the limited crowds and ticket sales and sweet sales. I just can't see jerry. Ousting coach and paying his salary and his entire staff and the incoming staff and head coach so they only do that at the university of texas. I was was. I was headed for that joke. I'm so glad though. I i'm glad you you beat me to it. The you're right. Twenty four billion dollars. The texas longhorns. They found they find that money. Somehow i don't think it's coming. I think sometimes tax payers worry. All they're gonna take our. It's gonna come out of our taxes. No the boosters will dip in their the boosters will find a way and they get the great sarkissian edge. You ever meet sark what. He was balconies. I wonder if you've ever cross paths with them now. I don't ever recall Being around him. I was covered their super bowl. Team with kyle shanahan but i think sarkissian was then follow shannon and it was kind of a difficult transition for matt ryan as i recall your take get was maybe. They gave it a couple years. And i think they moved him on back to alabama or right. It is that time for our weekly grades. Who so sad. The last weekly grade session the harshest greater in the nfl former nfl scout in coach. Glenn stretch smith now also does some coaching on the side for one of the great high school programs in the country Stretch this boy. I in troy aikman a guy you know well said something. Oh that at some point he said this kind of a microcosm of the nfc. For even mccarthy. I said something like that after the game but stretch up i gotta say and i know you're not one you'd rather down the players then then maybe second. Guess the coaches sometimes. But i would have to lead into this with a grenade here. Some more curious game management by the ultimate master of analytics. Mike mccarthy. I would say this kind of an interesting way to win the season today with with the way some of this stuff went down yeah. I'm shocked that really. How how the whole game unfolded. I mean i. I thought that initially okay. When you get yourself in a position to go for to he'd always gone for two all year long enough. I'm sitting next to a guy who's on third base is blackjack table in a play for buy shoes..

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"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Dot com. I think tonight. It'll start running but mike attention. Ed is that That time spent the bar with the analytics or whatever. It's like you've hit on this before. I think it's something we've talked about it in so weird way. It's like maybe maybe he's had an identity crisis like it was almost like he had too much time away that that he's like okay. So here's my new approach but then like you said he gets it a point where it sort of makes sense where it makes a lot of sense as you said is backed up by espn stats information. It makes sense to go for two and he does it so in subsidy sort of going back to whatever is guts telling him and don't chase it here i don't chase the two. Don't chase the points or whatever it which is kind of an old point that we've made for years. I really didn't matter because they're either down four. Fives doesn't matter if they fail. Yeah but he wasn't thinking well that'd be heavy down three if you succeed on the two point conversion well if you played it out in some scenarios it might matter because maybe making a touchdown would give them a seven point lead instead of a six point leaders. There are scenarios where mathematicians would play it out go. He made the right call. But i kind of agree with you. I agree with what you're saying. He this guy has sort of become this daring do. Let's go for in our own territory. Let's fake putt. When're up by. Were down by four with thirteen minutes left of the game but here. Let's let's let's go on some kind of other strategy i. I don't know if the guy who he is right now and then his explanations are sort of you know. That was cal show. I think asking him. Hey do you think your. He didn't say it like a personal thing. He said you think your team has had some game management. Obviously you know trying to say coach. Do you have some game management issues. And then he answered as you said no not at all and then on the the thing you're talking about. He said i thought it was a. I thought it was a clean decision there. Yeah his his whole quote on deciding at twenty two twenty. Two fifteen after elliott's touchdown. He said it was too much time left to go for the two point conversion to make it a three point game. You said time is part of the equation there. There's other variables you look at. You have numbers. Obviously that you're aware of going into the game. But how the games being played and all the other variables are discussed. That's why the decision was made. And i thought it was a clean decision and like i said i think it was a foolish decision. And you're talking about playing a low scoring game. You're talking about playing in a game. Where you've kicked four field goals. You have one touchdown. Do you want to end up with your last possession. Eating a field goal or a touchdown in that situation. I would argue the field goal. Yeah i don't think that's wrong and played out. You saw what happened. You know on third down desperation you know gets its hands on andy dalton and he makes a very bad decision when he could have just eaten the ball and they could've kicked the field goal if if they had succeeded going for two after their only touchdown yeah do..

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"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"ender" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"It is the doomsday podcast. The season has come to a close edward or matt. Moseley joining you as we do. Frio nation productions with producer. Chris gross filling in for frito and add. It's finally here. I mean we thought this would happen. Three or four weeks ago. The cowboys sort of made us all wait. We thought oh my gosh we might be tapping to tape this thing late into the evening to see if washington Lose to eagles that is no longer necessary because the cowboys lose twenty three nineteen on the road to the new york football giants and now ed the the giants get to wait en route for those eagles to beat the giants washington. Football team Eh here we are. can you believe it. It finally has happened. No and i know we want to spend a lot of This broadcast talking about mike mccarthy and how he's managed this team in several games with some bizarre decisions and what's going to happen with the them re-signing kellen moore to be offensive coordinator and the future of mike knowle's defensive coordinator by a few thoughts just on the way it ended. Today the giants ended dak prescott season in week five. The ended it for everybody else on the cowboys in week seventeen. The cowboys are eliminated by five. Win team led by the only first time head coach in the league. They finished six and ten the franchises at a worse record only once the last eighteen years i tweeted during the game. Anybody surprised by the poor level of football being played by the cowboys. Giants hasn't been watching the cowboys and giants because these teams played exactly the level of football. We should have expected from two teams combining combining for fewer wins than the chiefs the bills and the packers and the steelers. Those teams will have more wins themselves in these two teams combined very wise. The red headed wonder jason garrett fire just about a year ago celebrating. His anniversary is divorced from the organization by being involved in doing the giants offense coordinator what he did so often. The cowboys head coach eliminating the cowboys from the postseason late in the year put. I want to put this in perspective. One more way the giants member the giants have won five games. They've been the worst team in the division for four years. The giants won their sixth game of the season. Despite not converting a single third doubt they went over seven. it's the first time since the nineteen seventy merger. The giants won a game without converting a single third down. they also were minus one in turnover margin. They ran twenty five. Fewer offense plays losing the time of possession. Thirty two minutes to twenty seven minutes and they still beat the cowboys. last year. the cowboys could have got one a division and gone to the postseason with the right eight eight record under jason garrett. They can't pull it off this year. Might have only taken seventy nine under mike mccarthy and the example would off. i mean. This was an epic disaster. I don't..

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"ender" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

07:31 min | 3 months ago

"ender" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"The resolution was anti-zionism. Is the new anti semitism. I want to begin by clearing up a few points so we don't waste your time debating. I when we say anti zionism we do not mean criticism of israel not only is criticism of israel not anti-zionist it is essential to zionism. So if you think that. Benjamin netanyahu is a horrible leader. I am not here to quarrel with you if you think that. Israel's occupation of the west bank needs and right now. I am not here to quarrel with you. I could go on to criticize. Israel legitimately is always legitimate but anti zionism isn't criticism of israel. It is a call whether by force or other means for israel's destruction. Ask yourself if israel were to cease to exist. What realistically would be the ramifications. What would that mean not in theory but in practice for seven million jews living in israel would they be safe or with countries in the west. Accept them with open arms. Despite this being an age of closing borders ladies and gentlemen all of us in this room are aware that the hatreds that led the jewish people to tragedy in the beginning of the twentieth century are stirring again they are happening on the political right under one guise but no less dangerously on the left under the other now is the time to call out prejudices with dangerous real world consequences by their proper name this they infect us with their poison. That is why. I urge you to vote for the motion. That anti zionism is a new anti semitism and must be treated as such your yussef. We'll talk about how equating anti zionism and antisemitism hurts palestinians. But i want to start by talking about how it hurts. Jews the number of jews who oppose anti-semitism who oppose zionism is not marginal as bret suggests the site. Marcus system held an anti zionist rally in two thousand seventeen of twenty thousand people. That's larger than apex. Annual conference two thirds of ultra orthodox jews in israel the fastest growing jewish population in both israel and the american jewish community reject zionism and the growing the number of progressive american. Jews who reject zion is growing too when you ask american jews in polls if the two state solution is dead would you prefer one state. In which millions of west bank palestinians lack basic rights or one equal state that is not a jewish state a majority of americans use favor the one equal option that is not a jewish state the anti zionist option. If you vote yes on this resolution you are calling those jews anti-semites and if this doesn't matter i would note that over the last two years. A jewish teacher has been and another forced to resign at new york high schools because they expressed anti zionist views. That's where this resolution leads in the name of fighting anti-semitism jews are denied free speech and lose their jobs. What if anti zionism is not the new anti semitism. What if this is what. You're going to vote. what are you saying. Then what are you telling me that anti zionism is okay. It's legitimate it's fine. Let me tell you something about my zionism. What zionism has given me. Zionism is the reason. That as a jew i can walk with my head held up high secure in the knowledge that i have a home. They have the space where. I am safe where someone has my back. I am secure in the knowledge that we can have a vibrant crazy debate where we do pretty much is criticism of israel. We do so much of it. I think that we've turned it into an export industry. Zionism has enabled criticism of israel. It's in the knowledge that i no longer have to ask other people to decide whether my people live or die because i have power to defend myself real power not imaginary power imaginary power. Something jews had for a long time. Real power not in the hands of others that we have to be finally able to decide for ourselves. This is what zionism has given me. And when i listened to the notion that anti zionism is growing and it is an especially in various circles and young people. What i feel in my stomach is dread. I want you to consider the real world implications of anti zionism. Are you telling me that for there to be rights for palestinians my liberty. My dignity have to go away. Are you telling me that for jews to fight for a better america. they have to say. That sign is illegitimate so while i learned lessons in the school yard about anti semitism here in america it is in being palestinian that i came to understand zionism. Zionism is a political ideology aimed at the very destruction of our people who is the political ideology of zionism that legitimizes. That's nic cleansing of my hometown and so many others. It's because of zionism that a jewish person from tallahassee or tokyo can live on the land of a palestinian refugee languishing in a nearby refugee camp denied repatriation purely they were born to the wrong religion. It's because of zionism that my toddler who is still in diapers can be referred to the most callous and racist language as a demographic threat merely. Because he's another living breathing palestinian. It's because of zionism that the state of israel bars people like me from residing in my place of birth with my partner a palestinian from the west bank because the prospect of another palestinian womb is a source of anxiety is because of zionism that the state of israel today rejects the idea of even being a state of all its citizens and that it violently enforces policies of land seizure. Denial of movement siege discrimination against palestinians at various levels of society. The conflation of anti zionism and antisemitism is preposterous on. Its face the idea that merely opposing a particular political ideology makes someone a bigot and a racist is a ludicrous notion and one that seeks to effectively put a political ideology beyond reproach all right so that took place in new york and then our team traveled west to the campus of stanford university we had been wanting to get. Hr mcmaster on our debate stage for a long time and now it was finally happening. Here is our debate centered around the resolution. The maximum pressure campaign against iran.

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"ender" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"ender" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"And flexible year and twenty twenty one. May all your my so wishes come true. Jigger what is your final free electron of the year. So predictably i've got to so i wanted to just Congratulate my own team we We passed the first ever first of kind off credit Financing structure for hillsboro school district On the dan tuesday at their school board meeting. It's the first ever contract. They can do everything from electric school buses to renewable heat to Solar to energy efficiency and snp and moody's has judged that it will not affect the credit rating of the school district And so we're super proud of that. Took like two and a half years of effort to get that done. It'll be roughly a four hundred million dollar deployment So excited about that. And the other thing. I wanted to talk about was Zero avia I don't know whether they're good or someone else's good but like they raised thirty eight million dollars from the uk government bill gates and then jeff bezos is arm As well and there are hydrogen powered aviation startup And as we talked about before on the podcast. This is for all the short haul. Flights right is a nineteen passenger planes. So it's all these like short haul flights where you're really terrible on carbon footprint basis. Because you're only going three hundred miles. And and most of the fuel is is burned like going up into the clouds and then coming back down right and and so electric works really well for its applications and so i'm super excited to see that round of funding and it looks like they're gonna have a commercial product by twenty twenty three well this year. I've done enough promoting of my own work. So i am going to avoid doing that. And end the year with a list of my top podcasts of the year so as listeners will know i get the vast majority of my information and storytelling from audio and there have been a number of really cool projects that were launched this year. So if you're looking for something to listen to over the holidays. I have some good suggestions for you so let me try to run down this list of things that stood out to me that are mostly non energy related And i hope that you'll find some value in listening to these things so the to my two favorite episodes of the year one came from the gimblett. podcast reply. all it's called the case of the missing hit where A person cannot remember the name of a song that he has stuck in his head and the team goes to track down. This song that no one can seem to find. And it's like one of the most delightful episodes you will ever hear. It's made the top lists of most of the the the podcast aggregate is And with this it hit right when lockdowns were happening and everyone was real down and out so it was a perfectly timed episode. The other one is environmental related. It's from the the new hampshire public radio podcast out side in Which is a really fantastic show. And they had a episode on the history of massachusetts versus epa. Telling the kind of human story on how that legal case came together the two podcasts. I really loved from the new york times. We're nice white parents. Which was all about the gentrification of calls and i think really did and interesting job of unpacking like what whiteness is An all the conflicts and complexities that play out in schools as like more white people move into inner city schools The other one was rabbit hole from the new york. Times which is a limited run series as well on the youtube algorithm and how it's created Influence people and push them toward extremism and sort of what is wrong with the algorithms that guide people particularly in politics. Just an extraordinarily good show. One that really stood out for me Was a show called back from broken from colorado public radio all about people who have dealt with Addiction and really hard times and very appropriate for twenty twenty when so many of us are going to difficult moments and trying to figure out how we dig out of. Dig out of them I just really inspiring stories about people who have been in at the absolute bottom and work their way back up a business podcast that i absolutely loved that is directly. Covid related is called thrilling tales of modern capitalism from slate. They look at the back stories of all these companies that have either been Helped or hurt by covid and there are so many really fascinating brands with rich histories. That have been you know have evolved because of the pandemic and it's like one of the best business podcast ever heard. So that's thrilling tales of modern capitalism. The atlantic dropped a podcast called flood lines about what happened during hurricane katrina which is just a haunting and beautiful piece of storytelling that i think our listeners will really enjoy So those are some of my favorite shows of the year and i think listeners will really get into those. Those are awesome. That's an awesome. Lest i did. I have listened Nice white parents and rabbit hole in those. Were both great well. I hope that whatever you're listening to weei are in the mix and we are so grateful for all of you for sticking with us over this very difficult year. Jigger hope your year ends. Well me too. I have to say it's been it's been a roller coaster of a year. But i really wanna thank both of you for your friendship and for all of the listeners. Out there who you know. Frankly i've been through it with us. And so i wish everyone a better twenty one. Yeah we've ridden through a lot together here. Yeah no kidding. I appreciate being Having you all with me with us and ingrid as well who is always on our calls. We be nowhere without anger. It's right and ingrid comes to us on the west coast and so she starts off very early in the morning and it's basically pitch black and she looks like she's in the witness protection program and then slowly over the course of the episode. The light from her window comes in.

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"ender" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

06:15 min | 4 months ago

"ender" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"Over it really is i love it. So let's start off with a bit of news before we get into listener suggestions We've got some new picks for people who are going to be leading key agencies under the biden administration most notably former michigan governor jennifer granholm. Who is going to head. Up the department of energy catherine who is jennifer granholm. And what do you think of the picks. Yeah i'm really excited She's great she's She's a nice person like got a lot of positive energy Which i think is important right now. she's been great. He's good on technology. She's good on working with business. I think she'll be a great leader department of energy and since she's been a governor she understands that will run things. I think that's gonna be really important that doe because so much of do is about running the nuclear program and everything But i think she'll do really well for clean energy side. I mean she's out front as an advocate for renewable energy transition as anyone out there so she seems like a really good pick on that front. She's also very accessible. I don't know how it's gonna work out a deal. We but i've had conversations with her in the past and she's just very open accessible person which i find nice in public official. I also think she's going to put a really big emphasis on transportation Given that she was the former governor of michigan which frankly think we've been sorely lacking right. I think there's been this phone. It in with seventy five hundred dollar tax credit stuff going on. And i feel like you know. She's really going to be like. Hey how do we really decarbonised transportation. In a way that's thoughtful and and widely accepted. Frankly because i don't know that everyone's on the same page on how to decarbonise transportation so a lot of people are feeling good about that pick. What about gina mccarthy been chosen as the national climate advisor. She was of course. The chief at the epa under the obama administration She is a renowned environmental lawyer and advocate. She knows their stuff. Inside and out she was the architect of the clean power plan and really helped usher that through Under the obama white house so gina mccarthy as national climate adviser or otherwise known as the climates are. What do you think katherine yeah. I'm super excited excited about that. And it just shows the the level to which he is putting climate when they are able to convince gina mccarthy to come back in after being the head of an rdc and Not the least of which is is certainly love her accent. We're gonna be talking a lot about cat. But i think it's great. I think she's great Brenda mallory is being talked about for c. e. q. She's the director of regulatory policy for southern environmental law center. A woman of color. I think she's going to be amazing. Just remind us what see is for those who don't see q. Is the council for environmental quality and it kind of heads up. Although i'm not exactly sure. What the structure is going to be if gina mccarthy is sort of the climate czar and i assume she's going to be Heading all of the agency cross cutting initiatives but see q. is also that coordinating body and it does require senate. Confirmation gina mccarthy will not require senate confirmation grant home will and then of course the other big agency In play is epa. Still not been named. Mary nichols was was thought to be in the lead. But there have been some things about racial inequity at carb that have now kind of risen. michael regan. Who's the secretary of north carolina department of environmental quality as now a kind of a new entry into that that field of potential candidates for epa. And that also requires senate confirmation register. Step back. Mary and mary nichols was the head of the california air resources board. She helped but the cap and trade system there in california. She seen as a really capable person. Who understands the ins and outs of constructing climate policy but a lot of the environmental justice groups who really don't like california's cap and trade program didn't like the idea of her as a biden's pick so she was derailed and now the biden team is trying to figure out who is the next candidate for epa Jigger what do you think about gina mccarthy. I think she's going to do a great job. I mean i do think that She's known as being very measured. And i think as we discussed with the clean power plan you know sort of trying to figure out how to satisfy all round the table so i think that i hope that she takes this next position as that is actually pushing the envelope as opposed to you know also trying to find the lowest common denominator again so You know like i. I like her a lot. She's been a great advocate. But i do think that in this time we need a little less of this Sort of middle of the road thinking and a lot more you know. Let's push the envelope all the way that technology can take us and i think with all these women and people of color running the government. We're going to have much better for everyone okay. So let's go into stories of the year. We're going to look back at the topics that you all suggested. We did a shout out on twitter asking for your stories of twenty twenty and again you delivered. So we're going to tackle your suggestions. A technologies that had breakout moments or are maturing raw political. Graft the voices of people who've been shut out of the energy transition that are now getting their voices as part of it a company's making major commitments new ways of companies coming to market and Hitting the the public markets and changes in regulation. So it's gonna be free wheeling here we're gonna keep it moving. We have a lot of topics to cover. I think this'll be a fun way to close out a painful and surprising year. So let's get started with business. There were a ton of company announcements both corporates outside of the energy sector and utilities as the year started it seemed like one announcement after another was hitting the the news wires more than eleven hundred businesses and forty five of the biggest investors are now committed to net zero by two thousand fifty companies with combined..

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"ender" Discussed on Creative Therapy Umbrella

Creative Therapy Umbrella

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"ender" Discussed on Creative Therapy Umbrella

"We really only talk about in the aspects of hip hop and rap. How it's so hot so harmful for kids how it's dangerous and people said the same thing about jazz. Okay this is you know we were just playing through the same thing and it's just. It's so interesting that this is a guy like and this is why we have to learn history because we're because we're if we don't learn we're bound to repeat it. Oh my gosh. Yes that is so i love how you brought in the history of that too of how this is just repeating. History of like jazz was what it was like the whole thing with. Oh when you're improvising. You're in some other subconscious as devils nearest. Yes oh my gosh. And it's it's it is in other way to shutdown somebody else's expression and say no that is not you know okay you can express yourself but not that way yeah exactly that resonate so much with me With jazz because that was i kind of found a like saving grace in doing jazz music. Because i learned music mostly by ear. I am a terrible reader of music. I respect. I respect that because it was that i was the opposite. Like i'm a really great site. I read music my whole life but when it came to like playing by ear i struggle. I was so hard so i couldn't. I think you reading too because it is like there are so many times and i can feel this because i. I'm not good at it so i feel like those moments out where like a kid would be like. I wanna hear this song. And i'd look it up and i'd be like all right here. We go riot. Wish had those skills. And i know that that was like. That's those are the skills that i need to work on. But i was so good at by your stuff to in an improv and jazz music so much space for that But like you were saying before with some of that rigidity I do think in music therapy. There is a lot of space for improvisisation. I do think that we've we've made face for that. But there's not necessarily the history isn't connected to it It's kind of just like well. Let's improvise and you know but not so much of like Where did this come from. And what are the things that are kind of connected with space. Improvise like jazz and All of that thing. That i think would be so much more. It could be so much more powerful if we had more knowledge of that context absolutely absolutely ender. Is this book I haven't read it yet. But it's been on my list for so long. It's called the therapeutic value.

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Lawyers: University of California, Los Angeles $73M sex abuse settlement not enough

Bill Handel

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Lawyers: University of California, Los Angeles $73M sex abuse settlement not enough

"Lawyers say $73 million from U. C L A is not enough for the 6000 women who went to a former gynecologist charged with sexual assault. This is not a win for the victims. It's an effort to shut down the truth. Lawyer John Manley says the settlement is an attempt to keep women from their day in court 11 12 15 $20,000 for being assaulted by your Your gynecologist. When you have cancer that sounds like something you get in a rear ender. This affects these women's entire life. More than 200 women have accused James heaps of sexual abuse during his decades long career. The settlement still needs court approval. U C L A says it hopes the settlement is a small step forward for the patients involved

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"ender" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"ender" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Home it hope is a great way to start moving you into a positive direction, right? Because that's what we need to do. Cuz remember this mind thing will make us crazy and hope has to do because we're trying to change something that we didn't kind of have right and really the goal is is to surrender to what is just took Ender to the point and let things happen is they're going to happen and not get take them too. Seriously. So I think hope is good in the sense that it does help people gives them something to strive. But what happens is something And what happens is when you have something you're hoping for and it doesn't happen. It makes you crazy that goes back to thinking of what you know, the Buddhist kind of things is you know, they always say be careful about putting putting too much into the future write a goal because if that goal doesn't have more like suffer. It's great to put goals. It's great to have hope and that hope but not attach yourself to the doubt come if you do and it doesn't go the way you want. I hope I'm going to have a yeah, you know, I'm going to make a hundred thousand dollars this next year. Oh, I only made twenty-five. All right. I'm hoping work. It's right, but it's good to give you drive. So yeah careful of it. It's good to have hope but it's also good to realize that we're every if you're getting up and you've got things around it you'd be surprised how much value because I mean, there are people that have hardly anything that are living the happiest lives on this. Yeah. They have nothing you know off. Furtively, they live in a hot they're they're and yet they're happy. Why is that is because they're not identifying or trying to be something and making that thing so important with my self-esteem who I really am right. I've got a show that I've missed. So if I hope I'm going to get there. So hope is a wonderful thing because it's it's good but I would just say be careful of having it be something that would if if things don't work out the way you are does it take and tear you down even farther? Yeah. I like that. I like that. I've always looked at that word as and it's so funny because it's I hope you know,.

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Wrestling on the Road

Talk Is Jericho

04:52 min | 6 months ago

Wrestling on the Road

"Let's talk about you. Jane. Danny told me you had a pretty bad crash was that during one of these tours it was not know it was it was all my family runs a business here locally. So I was heading home from work onto a pretty serious head on. Car Collision. Thousand Fifteen and so. Was it one of those career enders at first sort of thing it? It has sort of put me on the shelf about fourteen months iodine shattered my hip fractured my pelvis broke wrists broke a hand a knows Where they're a bunch of fun stuff and then even while in the hospital had a blood clot just prior to surgery blood clot, almost go into my long or or my heart or whatever it was. So the communist chauffeur in hostels about six weeks, recovery and all that on the shelf fourteen months and doctors explained that because of the surgery dot steel and ends in my APP and my wrist and my hands and. It's sad that you probably should not do anything physical because I got no cartilage left in my hip. So it's essentially bone on bone. So I wasn't sure how things are gonNA. Go after time and was just kind of taking by date and then to Rehab and all that fun stuff I started feeling quite good and and getting Jim and and feeling good doing all that stuff running and whatnot. So I decided to test the waters after about fourteen months and get some shows out now verte and Ever since then I've applied in the busiest, I ever have been with these tour staving off and then bustling at least one hundred times a year give or take go ask couple years. That's great. So it didn't affect you overall these still feeling good in the ring. Go feeling all right Other than getting a little late in gaining a couple pounds I'm still able to do all the stuff that you know was that all he's able to do essentially a pretty big guy hundred and sixty pounds. I'm still able to do backflips and all that fun stuff. So it hasn't really affected me in the rain just yet a couple of years down the road will be saying something a little different but so far so good. So I can complain. So as we start to wind down here, I mean like I said great concept and a really appreciate and respect the fact that you do this I wish I wish you were around. Twenty five years ago when I was on the local scene because I would've been signing up for every single one of these things. On a bigger basis for both of you guys have you had WB tryouts have you worked in the states What's your overall aspirations? Do you want to continue to forge your own identity with CWA? Are you looking to try and get booked in another other places are a little bit of vote for myself. I I've been wrestling. Now will be seventeen years coming up next month and I've been very blessed I. Have I been doing work with? W. I actually did a segment with you on television couple years back with you Kevin O. Rawlins's security guard doing four-part stuff. I've done. Like four three years ago in Minneapolis, we did a full part in got knocked over by guys was nice you. You're great. Very nice. Actually, I actually told the story how like how good of an experience that was in the sense of just minimal and unimportant as our role was as an extra in as a security guard just learning psychology of war body needs to be for the cameras to catch your facial and things of that nature was a really good rewarding experience Just take away and bring back home and then put your pocket for another day. But I I've been very very like. Two thousand ten I'm used pretty regularly in the mid West move when they do extra work there I've done a dark nancy no prior to smackdown as well done a PC trial of I've been lucky enough to go to Japan a few times and do some work with ring of honor. So former I still stay like very motivated driven that. Want. You continue pushing forward and be successful as as a professional wrestler first and foremost But at the same time this thing taking off and then gained much traction as it is. It's got my attention as well and it's kind of you know they always say to have a backup plan I know they probably have a back or anonymously backup plan. But just being able to promote tours and provide for myself and my family. If I can get, you need to do that in the meantime pursuing you know things that are professional wrestler as well. Open up doors. I'm definitely happy doing that as well. How about you AJ Yeah. So I've had the opportunity I've worked You know all throughout Canada down in the US and then in two thousand, twelve I got the opportunity to go down and train Mexico to play. And as far as like present day, you know wrestling's kind of paying the bills right now. So just trying to stay as business basel, but if something. Bigger opportunity or more ever popped up You know I would not be opposed to try that as obviously the window for something like that is starting to close as time goes on so I've just looking. Busy and like I said, restaurants paying the bills. So it is better

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San Francisco 49ers lose Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa, Raheem Mostert

The Woody Show

01:09 min | 7 months ago

San Francisco 49ers lose Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa, Raheem Mostert

"The bigger headline from NFL week to injuries done worse than Greg's forty niners. Jimmy Garoppolo the quarterback going to be out four to six weeks with an ankle sprain juice is really bad on defense nick. Bosa. Likely. Horn. Seal. That's the season ender Solomon Thomas. Knee injury as well. Running back Brahim. MOSTER. He left the game after an eighty yard nobody touched me touchdown. He left he left the game. He's believed to have a mild knee injury giants running back Saquon? Barkley has what is believed to be an ACL tear? He would be done for the season broncos quarterback drew lock shoulder injury cam acres of the rams rib injury packers, Davante Adams Hamstring Christian McCaffrey with left with an ankle. To Ankle, but one of them is hurt but the forty niners had saquon Barkley. Those are those are the season enders probably right there. So tough day. A lot of people who weren't playing tweeting out like all the best everybody that's going down with injury Roy.

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"ender" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"ender" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"With their subscribers and delivering a very great deal of value, and in fact, they have been prepared to take increasing loss in the area, which is probably going to go down a little bit. In order to keep. Developing viewership. So they've they've basically done extremely well at increasing their audience for for primarily games at a time. When when when basically interest in order to wholesome speed on the way you know so I think there are a lot of elements in the mix there there. There's a lot of different things that are going on people have had a massive explosion in choice. Netflix Youtube. Enacting plus these all Israel competing for tension but. As I said the sport, the sports image is unchanged from from from a generation ago and and everything that it does doesn't seem to work to really. Drive any change in that the youtube channel of the primarily clubs. Are are not to material. They're they're they're certainly no replacement for. For the impact of of of the pay TV window on on these Games. So, there is A. Sense that highlights and clips are just marketing material rather than something to be monitored you think that's going to change there was. Interesting. Quote whether. That's been probably over-analyzed Peter Scott Warner media. Vice President, suggested the highlights. We'll be more valuable than live rights because he thinks that's where the the capacity for growth is but that is quite difficult to to to make a business case for isn't it impossible? Now I think he's completely wrong. No I think he's absolutely wrong. I think one can just say Oday wrong verse easy. Ever Way to people. On a systematic basis, they're uploaded right away. I mean there is a desire in the primarily to be newsworthy and that and to be shared, and that trump's any idea of monetization we forget that. So what is done and as I said, the viewing clearly shows that people are focused on live games and high quality live games even more but they're not interested in stuff and they're not interested in secondary filler sport not at. All. So the monetary values definitely would live and that has been show in the fact that it is so significantly valuable to sky and bt that they did very, very alarming sums for these gains. Absolutely the monetary value is totally with live in relation to the PO, and that's why to be true therefore of everybody else I mean let's face it. There is an empirical way to look at this, which is this is that the Skies Youtube highlights. Channel. Has had no discernible impact on his ability to increase the viewing of a primarily game..

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"ender" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"ender" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"You've got a the view of the sort of risk reward ratio, which is always the risk is always loaded in terms of on the Brokaw side of they pay these enormous fees and and. Work. Very hard to try to make that money back fragging disown example in Japan recently where they've restructured lengthened the deal but also with the j-league in Japan which is significant for design, it's not something I want to of spending almost amounts of time on but that sort of conversation that you're looking at it was it was mentioned Bonnie Francis Suggested it was a it was a could be a fascinating case study of of how Brokaw's to start to change that ratio and mellowed some risk back onto the rights hold I think we're going to see that in the UK at all you know sky and bts or in a completely different financial situation disowned his own is raising a billion dollars. It's it's in a state of crisis. It's pulling out of the USA Brazelle and is only staying in Japan because of came to a revenue sharing deal with Gaoli, the divas their venture essentially gives an ownership stake to the daily. So, they were forced to accept these terms. Okay. The j-league was forced to accept these terms because no one else is interested in them and there's no other way to market. In the way that they're used to. So so that just shows that there are a lot of people who wander into the game or into the sports area and they and they make it. That's like media pro or disown, and they pull the cloud I mean deserves global platform is going to be one which is uniquely focused on boxing I mean it's the net export that is just so over for design now. and. So I would see again Japan's very big country. But j-league is very particular interest. So so so I think that's just the best that they could do I mean that's not going to happen where we have very very well established well-financed. A broadcasters do the UK. Is, not, going to happen but it just does show that the net flicks sports concept that zone was so keen on proselytizing did start out with full approach. That is just so over it's not gonNA work to sound is just basically doubling up on on Europe and a general Germany particular. And it's not it's not going anywhere. For sure. For sure completely blown out of the water in in the USA in Brazil and essentially they have to fold in Japan and find another way to continue in business in that market there they don't I mean if they're raising a billion dollars of. That is just going to basically go to support their liberal boxing thing. They're they're they're they're nothing to worry about that never worried anything to worry about in the UK..

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USPS suspends changes, but what does that mean?

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:04 min | 8 months ago

USPS suspends changes, but what does that mean?

"The US Postmaster General Louis Joy says he is suspending plans to reorganize agency. This move comes after House Speaker Nancy, Pelosi called Congress back from recess to vote on a bill to protect the postal service until the election, he was her response yesterday. They felt the heat. And that's what we were trying to do is to make it too hot for them to handle and yet she and other Democrats are still not entirely satisfied. Let's talk about what's going on here with NPR's miles parks who's been covering this miles. Hi David Will. So let's pick for exactly what the postmaster general announced here that that he's not making operational changes until after the November elections, right? Right. He says his plans for a transformation postal service are going to going on hold until after the election. Remember. He'd promised his organizational realignment just a few weeks ago as an effort to save money. But those changes although they were never publicly detailed in practice led to mail delays frustration from postal workers, unions, and fears about the election in a year where the majority of ballots are probably going to be delivered via the mail. The political backlash was loud and swift as Pelosi alluded to there. And he was forced to change course singing a statement yesterday that quote to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election male I am suspending these initiatives until after the election is concluded well as for those fears about the election I, mean many people were very blunt in saying they feared the president trump was trying to meddle in the election. So this move seems to be what Democrats? Were demanding what why aren't they fully satisfied so it's a step in that direction, but there's still no word on if the joys going to reverse the changes that have already been made their move sorting machines, for instance, has been a high profile issue. The Washington Post reported that the plan was to decommission ten percent of these machines and we know that some of them had already begun to. Be removed to join. Now says that there are no more machines will be removed, but as Stephen made no mention of the machines that were already removed and whether they'll be returned, I talked to Alex, Padilla who's the secretary of State of California and a Democrat after the statement was released by joy yesterday, they still have a lot of questions to answer and frankly information to share whatever these. Changes Directives were the public deserves to see them because the public deserves to have confidence that when their mailing their ballots ender bats will be delivered on a timely basis. So lawmakers will have a lot of questions for Detroit week when he set to testify before a Senate committee on Friday and then a house committee again on Monday. We've been hearing a lot of Democrats and their voices. Criticizing all of this, it's important to know Republicans have been really worried about all this as well. Right Republican Senator Susan Collins who had called onto joy to rescind the changes said on twitter that she was happy about this statement. But she also now says Congress needs to pass funding for the Postal Service, which is heading towards financial ruin. If Congress does not swoop in in the next few months, even President Trump tweeted save the post office this. Week after you know openly questioning whether he would support funding just a week ago. So it seems like there's some agreement some bipartisan agreement that money is needed. The question now is how much Democrats even Republicans like Collins say twenty five billion dollars is the number but Republicans in the Senate like Senator Ron Johnson may question whether that much money is actually needed. And so you mentioned is going to be testifying in both chambers the Senate is I write on Friday? What would we expect there? Right. So we're going to be watching for is one whether the Republicans we have to remember that joys a major Republican donor considering many of these Republicans represent rural constituencies who stand up potentially be hurt by mail the ways how hard Republicans press him the other thing that election officials are going to be watching for is more concrete details on his plans around the election. A lot of Democrats as you mentioned earlier, have accused him of sabotaging the mail in an effort to affect male voting election officials are worried about that. It'll be interesting to see how far joy goes to kind of assuage those

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Hands-On With the Razer Kishi Gamepad

All About Android

05:01 min | 11 months ago

Hands-On With the Razer Kishi Gamepad

"All, you're welcome to all about ANDROID. Are you pumped? Are you ready? It's episode one hundred seventy six recording on Tuesday June nine twenty twenty. Can you feel it? The android energy is thick in this room. Oh, yeah, we've got the latest news. We've got the latest hardware and we've got. The latest APPS are Jason, all. And I was not prepared for that sort of Intro I'm Ron Richards. I feel like I was supposed to read an email. That I missed. I just. Excuse. My mouth. Florida yes, end where I stopped the scene and yeah so this. This is why I don't do Improv. Wow, Jason! That's great. I love the energy. Let's keep that energy up throughout the entire show we. Are on I'm telling you android? Now I can't do that. This is GonNa hurt your voice. Yeah, that's. intact. Oh Yeah. It would be equally awkward. If my internet does what it normally does, and just start stuttering and everything then you'd be really confused. Let's go down that road. Let's just have the normal episode out android. Guys. We're GONNA have. been. Good show! Villain Hey, no it from the attention to the man behind the curtain. Leave that was the I of burry audio listeners burke just popped in berks eyebrow popped in for a quick second via camera, not sure where he is. We know what he's doing, but. Got To get on the show now. His. Eyebrow, that's that's good enough. all right well. What do you say we dive into this? Amazing? News Burke. While papers might break. My boots definitely will. That's true a little little twit. Back story here. TWIT! was that was. It? Cas I think yes. In San Francisco Was it in San Francisco. Okay, so maybe like pep, com or something like that and Burke was there with the twit crew and there was a phone. We probably this story on the on the show before there was a phone that was like air quotes, indestructible and Burke wear some boots that apparently destroy indestructible things, because he asked them if he could test that threw it on the ground, and and stamped on it, and for sure he broke the phone, so you do. That's the power of. The Tower of Burke. Burke Cam for what it's. Really disturbing so for audio listeners burqas rarely on camera, and in this particular case as opposed to being on camera. He's chosen to zero in on his. I which is. You kind of see into his soul, so I would encourage you to go to youtube and search for all that android episode four seventy six, and you can see Berkesi. So then you kind of like this to you now subscribe while you're there. please. Yeah, that'd be great. I love that all right flow. You got the top story. Requires all of this energy that we built up with? But nonetheless go for. Well Hey. This is exciting. If you're an android developer, so we may have not had the end eleven Beta event last week, but we are so reaping the benefits from what would have been so yesterday. Hasten. Google posted on medium that the new android studio four point dowse stable release was last week. Andrew Developers. Look forward to a bunch of new features including a motion layout API for creating Ui animations, which this is integrated now into the motion editor. Editor tool which makes it easier, then just adding XML files my hand, so I think of it as little more of a drag and drop approach, versus maybe what you were doing before other features including rewritten layouts inspector tool also a build analyzer to increase the speed of build times by identifying bottlenecks in the build so ultimately. This helps you and this helps those of US using android in the end right gotta make things more efficient. Chet had also mentioned that there will be information soon on a rescheduled Beta launch show so keeping us on our toes, keeping us, waiting for what's next until then there's a couple of new android developer videos that is our posted to the official Youtube Account. They're also embedded on that ender developer's blog post. You can go check those out of your developer. Get excited for what's new and just kind of like. Give yourself a little. Give yourself a little excitement.

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Comics' Place in Protests

The Fandom Podcast

05:36 min | 11 months ago

Comics' Place in Protests

"What I want to talk about though is I want to talk. About how? FANDOM. Has. Influenced me and can't influence. All of us and how and some of the ways that it has? In support insupportable of these protests that are going on right now. And we'll actually in support and in protest of the protests. Of a funny way to do that, I've seen people sharing some. Images from comic books and from TV shows. And I just WANNA share I wanNA. Talk a little bit about how fandom. CAN SHAPE US and should shape us if you listen to our Fanta five with Jam Bell. He talks a lot about how phantom. Influenced Him and taught him how to. Fight for the little guy and help out those around us and I think now more than ever. That's an important time I've realized as I've been talking to people this week. That a lot of the way that I deal with conflict has been from the Book Enders Game I. Know It's a it's A. It's a property from a controversial creator, but that book really did shape a lot of my young adult views and thoughts on life i. What I'm, GONNA conflict with somebody. oftentimes I will look at both sides of the argument. Try to understand the people that I am arguing with and not just understand where they're coming from. But in to to a point that I can feel some empathy for them, and it's difficult. It's hard right now. My heart is hurting for so many different people for so many different reasons. But? There is right and there's wrong. One of the one of the quotes that I've seen thrown around. and see throwing around frequently whenever there's somebody who feels that there is some injustice going on something that they are being told is important. To stand up for, and it's a good quote when you look at it from that aspect but it's one of my least favorite quotes from all of comics. This is captain America from. From the comic books. In this panel he says doesn't matter what the press says doesn't matter what the politicians or the mob say doesn't matter. The whole country decides that something wrong. Is something right? This nation was founded on one principle above all else. The requirement that we stand up for what we believe. No matter the odds or the consequences. When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you move. Your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth and tell the whole world. Know you move. It's A. It's an inspiring quote. And on its surface, it has inspired many to do the right thing and I will. I will give it that. It is also a slightly. Problematic quote. In the sense that uses in this quote. The principal above all else the requirement that we stand up for what we believe. What you believe is not always right what you believe. Is Not always. WHAT SHOULD BE? and. Planting yourself like a tree. Being immovable is. Is Not how Captain America. Has Been portrayed in so many of the media that I have that's how the punishers portrayed. Yes, it does say that you need to yourself like a tree beside the river of truth. And the problem with that. Is that. We can't agree on what truth is anymore. So I went to the arbiter of truth, wikipedia Pun intended. and. In there for under the under truth, it says. Truth is most often used to mean being accord with fact. Or Fidelity to an original or standard. Truth also sometimes defined in modern context and this is important. Is Divide as an ideal of truth to self or authenticity. You could share this quote from Captain America in an alt-right group that. Advocates genocide. And get a million likes at a thousand shares. This is something that is on its surface, strong and powerful, but when you boil it down because they neutered it by saying what you believe. It makes it. Me Nothing. So if you believe that police brutality is not an issue. Then what this is telling you is you stand next to that and you don't move. If. You believe that racism is not real. This is saying do not move. And what I'm saying is that you need to. We always need to be looking at our views and our takes on the world. And making sure that they're are the right things, and if we're wrong changing, and that does not make us a hypocrite to change our views and our and our viewpoints. It makes us

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JoAnn Compton Powell: Moving forward after the death of a daughter

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

08:35 min | 11 months ago

JoAnn Compton Powell: Moving forward after the death of a daughter

"Ten years ago Cindy lost her sister, Laurie but she says she also lost her mother to. Over the years I've done many shows with parents of murdered children and parents who've lost their children, and never knew what happened to their children, no bodies, no person ever was claimed or or discovered and you Joanne expressed what all of those parents have at some point or another express to me over the years is they want everyone to know that? Their children had a life, and that the life was important and not the death. Because what happens when you have a child who's murdered, this way is everybody focuses on the death. Everybody focuses on who did it or who didn't do it, and who committed the crime and the life is lost so. You have an opportunity to say something today about the kind of person your daughter was. Her life, not her death, but her life. She was very happy person. She enjoyed everything she did. She liked everybody she met. She was beautiful. She made me pray out. I really couldn't believe that I had a child like this. I've been buried like with the two children I have. And they make me so proud as mother. She didn't deserve this. She deserved a lot more. A lot more. So now you're stuck ten years. You have not been able to move on, and you have watched into your mother. Not Be able to move on. What do you want to say? Well, I just want to tell her that I need you I, need you? There is a parent a friend. When we lost Laurie you daughter Alice Desisto. And it was really hard. To find someone to understand pain was filling because Obviously, you took be there at that time for me. With her case there were details that you and dad with health for me and I feel like there are people out there. Were you know more about the case than I do? and. Course when I was a newlywed, we were having problems and. I didn't feel like a come. Come to you and share that with you. I had to go in front of you. Know Groups, fashion and. Lay everything out there and. Try to get some feedback on it so I could get on with my life and deal with it and I just from other back, I do. They're look. I need you back to back and I need to back as my parents and that's my friend. I'm so sorry. For. To to be able to share your pain and your feelings with her and your joys, and your things to have your mother back as a partner again, yes, it would be wonderful It'd be a new beginning. We could get, and we can move forward. You know we could deal with new pains. New Joyce, you know and. I'm. No and We caught a lot of rest in Peace Now. I really do. AM So sorry are really ender the sorry. Let me ask you both something. And I'll address this to you because Cindy I think you've moved on. I, think you feel like you have some closure. You haven't forgotten your sister, have you? Ever any less. Every day. You think about every day, but you're not obsessed with it. And you feel that you are. Okay. I ask you if you could accept some things and another thing I want to know if you can accept. And this is so hard people to think about. But can you accept the fact? That the length and depth of your grieving. Does not reflect the length and depth of your life. You can love somebody this much. And if you if you if you agree for a year, that doesn't mean that you only loved them that much. It's not something that you. Oh, it's not something that you give how long you grieve. Is. Not a reflection of how much you loved the person that you lost. That sounds foreign to you, doesn't it? because. You walk around, you say. How can I be laughing today? And my daughter is dead, and I'm laughing at Disneyworld or I'm laughing at a TV show and my daughter is dead. How can I do that? You ask those questions yourself, don't you? But I'm asking you now. Can you at least entertain the fact that how long you grieve is not a reflection of how deeply you loved your daughter. I believe I. Do can you accept that if you get closure on this? If you say I'm not going to be obsessed with this anymore that you are not betraying your daughter. Yes! I think I can. That's a hard one, isn't it? But I'm asking you. Can you do that? Yes, sir, I think I can if she could talk to you right now. Do, you think she would say mother. I want you to hurt every day for the rest of your life to prove that you left me. No, you think that's what she would say to invade very angry, it may. So. It wouldn't be a betrayal. Maybe the betrayal is focusing on the day of her. Dan Rather than celebrating the event of her life, she lived for eighteen vibrant and wonderful years. and. You focus on the day that she died. I never thought of it that way. I really never thought of it that way. Well maybe it's time to say. I'm GONNA do that. Maybe it's time to say I'm going to focus on her life and celebrate what I had rather than what? lost. You suppose that's a possibility. That would be nice. It'd be very nice. But it means you have to let her go. You have to give her to God and say I'm Gonna I'm this is your job? Man I'll never forget. I'll never stop loving. You'll never stopped being part of my life. But. It's time that I move von. With your sister and with my life. Take you with me and my heart. But. I'm not going to be obsessed with this anymore. Like to work towards that really would. Like to be able to do that? I could see that. That was a light bulb moment for you. When that was because you who said earlier in the show today you can't even bear to smile. You smiled when Phil said that where the order and you're smiling now. The idea. Of celebrating her life living in holding onto the moment of her death. Really, never thought about it I just never thought about it that way never. Okay? Were you take one more step with me. I mean one more, really big big step. Because what I want you to do right now is I. Want you to make a decision? That says I've got to get up tomorrow. and not be consumed with what I'm doing I've gotta get up tomorrow and have different life I've got to get up and not spend all of my waking hours thinking about my daughter thinking about my loss. And I've been here before and I'm telling you to do that. You have to willing to give it up now. You have to be willing. To say in your heart to, Laurie. I've gotTA. Let you go. I've got to say goodbye I've got to let you go. Because you, you said yourself be really mad at me. She must be really mad at me because we can hold people to an earthly bond, that way can't wait. I believe so. Really Day. Turn your chair and face me. Real close. I want to ask you. Is it time to say by the Laurie. Yes

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How to Tend Your InnerSpark

Subtle Medicine

09:33 min | 1 year ago

How to Tend Your InnerSpark

"Hello Hello Hello Okay. So I'm realizing how truly now more than ever this work? The work of my soul. The work that has saved my life has guided me has served me in. So many ways is needed. And how literally everything in my life and I'm sure your life as well has prepared us for what we're facing right now and so it is truly with the greatest joy and gratitude and humility that I share with you in her spark my work and last month. We unveiled a rebranding. We have a new logo and the mission. All of it is just so clear and I was really gifted this clarity. During the last Lions Gate Portal last August. Two thousand eighteen. That's when everything just coalesced into the super clear vision in the apothecary came to be an interesting Sherri came to be and the route. Ruta spiral collective came to be. And we've been working on all of these things and were slated to unveil them in March and then Bam everything kind of went crazy to say the least and so it i. I you know I won't lie. I'm human I was a little Mimi and well damn it. How am I supposed to really leverage this this rebrand and and the route to spiral collective this beautiful offering for my soul? That was wanting to come through at this time. All anyone is focused on is is this this virus and and the fear and the the trauma in this kind of collective inhale and breath retention that I'm experiencing right now and I realized something in me or outside of me. Speaking through me was guiding me really to this moment to having everything be so aligned contained and clear and beautiful for this time right now because this is the work that is needed. We are facing so much uncertainty. There is so much anxiety so much up in the air so many unanswered questions and none of us. None of us knows what anything looks like. We're truly in the middle of a collective rebirth and birth demands surrender. It demands dropping anything that you thought you knew anything. You thought you wanted any plans you thought you had and completely surrendering to the process and allowing it to just be what it will be and that's what we're facing right now together and so enter spark inner spark this soul business of mine that has been with me and I have been the Channel Four for the last Gosh Four and a half years. I am proud to to share with you. What this truly means. So here we go. Inner Spark is so much more than a name. The name of my business right. It's it's has a sexy sound inner spark and it's so much more it's a code. It's a way of living. Each of US carries a unique spark of the divine that animates our vessel and guides our experiences in this lifetime. Losing touch with this essential spark is losing touch with yourself so each of us is a piece of divine consciousness embodied and we are in human body form right but we're not the only examples of consciousness embodied trees animals plants crystals. All of these these things here on Mama Guy Mama. Earth are examples of different forms of embody consciousness. And so this is that thing that moves through all things that animates and in livens and allows us to experience the world with our our tools and faculties afforded to us by whatever form we happen to be wearing. That spark drives our will to animate to create to live. That spark guides us in fuels our devotion and our discipline. It's the animating life force energy of all. It's what allows us to consistently show up for ourselves and our souls purpose for Encarnacion at this time. These times are are interesting. This is certainly a pivotal point in civilization and our timeline in our trajectory so through activating and remembering this spark this inner spark we've returned to our pure original state where we can survive ender to the secret spiral essence of life once more inner sparks sole mission is simple yet profound and permeating inner spark. My work exists to resurrect our collective awareness of and reverence for the sacred spiral principle of existence. And this is done through repairing our relationship with our inner containment our inner authority and devotional discipline. Inner Spark is a container for remembrance activation transformation devotion rising exploration education on Education radical healing reclamation and service. All in the name of love period. Right I said it was simple. I didn't say it was necessarily easy. Everything done through. Inner Spark is in deep devotion and deep service to resurrecting our collective awareness of the sacred spiral principle of life and the cosmos as a whole and this is only done through repairing our relationship with our own inner structure in Earth Authority and containment the spiral in the triangle as discussed in the previous episode episode. Thirty eight are seen in her sparks logo. I had someone tell me it was as though the logo was speaking to them and it is it is the eight pointed symbol surrounding the spiral and triangle are also symbolic of the eight main primordial archetypal frequencies of existence used in her sparks working. That'll be discussed in great detail in an upcoming episode. I'm very excited to get into that. So that logo is is a code in and of itself. I highly encourage you to just kind of look at it and see what comes through for you so inspire is a movement. It's a way of life. It's a collective mission and also literal place for learning and community and courses and the apothecary. Some of inner sparked secret intentions include the following. And I really feel like these could be painted guidelines for all of us as we navigate. The uncharted waters ahead. So while these our inner spark sacred intentions every Invite us all to kind of fuel into where we can incorporate some of these into our own daily life so to hold space for your process through a variety of offerings for you to hear the song of your soul and to spark the remembrance of your divine purpose and sovereignty. Creating that space for you to hear your truth. I will never ever ever pretend to have all the answers. I will never pretend to I. I don't even know what like the image of what's that movie. You made me watch recently the love Guru so Mike Me Watch the love guru and I was watching with him and laughing and also feeling like Oh my God I have such a problem with this kind of space and I don't even really know what to call it but I guess the whole kind of coaching mentoring spiritual teacher space. There's a lot of hypocrisy. There's a lot of guru complexes there's a lot of bullshit and yeah no a lot of inflated egos a lot of absolute truths being claimed and inner spark myself will never do that. I will never pretend to have the answers or to give you step by step instructions or to in any way hijack your experience by creating it for you this is a space in her spark is a space for you to reclaim and remember your own. Inner spark

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"ender" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

Real Marketing Real Fast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"ender" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

"Then it's GonNa take maybe a day and then on the phone side we ask that you fill out a form that tells us a little bit about Your Business and then within one to two days will set up your free trial where we can do twenty calls or twenty Chaffetz. If you're on the side with the staff service and will sort of send you the conversation logs in summaries you'll get a sense for how we represent your business we can make any changes or tweaks you know initially or obviously over time and then you'll sign up for plan based on the expected volume so you only pay for a monthly minimum that includes a certain number of calls or chats and then from there if there's overage you just pay the same per caller Purchase price which is five to seven dollars per call or per jet and not including any spam and then Which we bought for. And then if you want to you know if your volume increase says than you get closer and closer to that five dollar per caller Level which again if we're screening and scheduling for you. Just think about how much time that saves you wouldn't incredible value. That is so to answer your question a couple of days. You know you're going to be up and running quick. I think it's pretty quick to be up and running in. That's one of the things I liked when I looked at your website and your pricing model taking. Well this is. This is kind of a pay as you go ahead and grow so I don't I don't need to you know Start with a full like a fulltime wage of an employee. I can start with like like a half day. Wait for an employee us. Oh my gosh I mean for the guy who's getting like thirty calls a day finance private jet yet. It's IT'S GONNA be at that high volume lower per call per chat level. But even if you're the person who's getting twenty calls or twenty website chats a month right so less than one a day you don't WanNa miss a single call because those are precious Ender precious no matter the volume but the really properly especially precious and then you can pay that hundred and forty dollars a month. It's month to month. You also get that free trial so it's sort of like an plus. I mean if you use your Promo code which I'll share right now might as well are are F one hundred. You get an extra hundred dollars off. I mean we're talking about a full on full service not not liked ally. T trial outright. You get to see it before you put a credit card down at all and it's month to month so if you want to say like I've got this running and I need to press pause for a second. Can you hang onto my directions and the phone number and I'm just gonNA take a month until my marketing campaign ramps up. That's totally fine. We are quite flexible. If you WANNA pay upfront you know if you're like man. This is like the best thing since sliced bread. I'm GonNa pay you for my lifetime. I'm never going to hire fulltime employees. Because I don't need or I'm GONNA spend money in other ways for someone who's really specialized than we offer. You know fifteen percent off for annual repayment and things like that and then. The price is just ridiculous. Awhile so it's it's cool in that way. It's also cool..

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"ender" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

Real Marketing Real Fast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"ender" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

"Then it's GonNa take maybe a day and then on the phone side we ask that you fill out a form that tells us a little bit about Your Business and then within one to two days will set up your free trial where we can do twenty calls or twenty Chaffetz. If you're on the side with the staff service and will sort of send you the conversation logs in summaries you'll get a sense for how we represent your business we can make any changes or tweaks you know initially or obviously over time and then you'll sign up for plan based on the expected volume so you only pay for a monthly minimum that includes a certain number of calls or chats and then from there if there's overage you just pay the same per caller Purchase price which is five to seven dollars per call or per jet and not including any spam and then Which we bought for. And then if you want to you know if your volume increase says than you get closer and closer to that five dollar per caller Level which again if we're screening and scheduling for you. Just think about how much time that saves you wouldn't incredible value. That is so to answer your question a couple of days. You know you're going to be up and running quick. I think it's pretty quick to be up and running in. That's one of the things I liked when I looked at your website and your pricing model taking. Well this is. This is kind of a pay as you go ahead and grow so I don't I don't need to you know Start with a full like a fulltime wage of an employee. I can start with like like a half day. Wait for an employee us. Oh my gosh I mean for the guy who's getting like thirty calls a day finance private jet yet. It's IT'S GONNA be at that high volume lower per call per chat level. But even if you're the person who's getting twenty calls or twenty website chats a month right so less than one a day you don't WanNa miss a single call because those are precious Ender precious no matter the volume but the really properly especially precious and then you can pay that hundred and forty dollars a month. It's month to month. You also get that free trial so it's sort of like an plus. I mean if you use your Promo code which I'll share right now might as well are are F one hundred. You get an extra hundred dollars off. I mean we're talking about a full on full service not not liked ally. T trial outright. You get to see it before you put a credit card down at all and it's month to month so if you want to say like I've got this running and I need to press pause for a second. Can you hang onto my directions and the phone number and I'm just gonNA take a month until my marketing campaign ramps up. That's totally fine. We are quite flexible. If you WANNA pay upfront you know if you're like man. This is like the best thing since sliced bread. I'm GonNa pay you for my lifetime. I'm never going to hire fulltime employees. Because I don't need or I'm GONNA spend money in other ways for someone who's really specialized than we offer. You know fifteen percent off for annual repayment and things like that and then. The price is just ridiculous. Awhile so it's it's cool in that way. It's also cool..

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The Demographic Gaps Between Biden and Sanders

FiveThirtyEight Politics

04:36 min | 1 year ago

The Demographic Gaps Between Biden and Sanders

"Talked about the racial gaps earlier between Black voters and Latino voters voters favoring Biden Latino voters favoring sanders generally. There's some interesting gender gaps that we're seeing women favoring Biden Sanders and I think that this young olds gap is a perpetual one in the Democratic primary. I mean Bernie Sanders Much much better with Young voters and I was just as we're sitting here. I'm reading. Some I love it when people transcribe cable. Pundits are saying it's good news for us and apparently David Plus who is Who Was Obama's strategist said? We'll Biden's going to really need to you know. Get a lot of young volunteers in that will be a project for them because it is not I mean he and I think you know talking to their campaign like this in this fall particularly when I was reporting a story and Biden. They were somewhat. You know people that I talked to the campaign chairman. When I talked to him he he was kind of like well. Young voters kind of don't understand that they're relax struggles that happened before and we kinda the pathway for them. There's a certain attitude shift that I think perhaps has to happen within the Biden campaign. Or or you know. Campaigns have tears right. You know what I think that's going to involve a lot of surrogates. I would agree with that. I think this is We're kind of looking at the okay. Boomer election here yeah. I mean we saw in Texas in Dallas last night beto come out on stage and give the final speech of the night. After Biden spoke Beto gave the last speech and was speaking in Spanish and getting much louder applause than Biden had gotten during his speech so I think he is going to rely on characters like that to try to boost youth enthusiasm. We'll see if it works. I think that's right. Claire Stole my answer. Basically to to what I'm looking for age race and gender and ideology are like very clear dividing lines in this race and I would be super curious and I hope we can look into like our voters in the Democratic primary like you know how in Congress ideologically Republicans and Democrats are now more distinct from each other than they have ever been. There used to be a lot of overlap. I wonder if along does demographic fault lines in the Democratic primary. We've seen like a separation between those groups more than in past primaries. Obviously there was some pretty clear full lines in two thousand sixteen. The other thing I just will we will be digging into is to delegate picture this is a race ultimately going to be about delegates some some fairly minor differences and where candidates finished wear could make a big difference in how many delegates they get And so I think that'll that'll be the thing. We'll be digging into over the next couple of days. Hopefully also by the way we'll turn the model back on hopefully sometime midday afternoon tomorrow or something like that and Just as a final update before we leave Mike. It looks like things are trending in the direction that you forecasted right now. According to The New York Times needle there is a seventy one percent chance. That Biden Wins Texas. And they're forecasting just two point margin. There Biden also still looking like he's going to pick up main and of course. Sandra is still doing very well up. Ten points in California. The the the The New York Times does something. I'd love which is a chain translator probabilities into into just a phrase so according to the New York Times as a twelve thirty five. Am on Wednesday. March Fourth Bernie. Sanders is quote. Pretty likely to win. California Biden is quite likely to win Maine and Texas is quote leaning Biden. I usually am not able to distinguish what exactly those three different. You need both you need. I'm saying that they give the end. Ender sort of like a phrase to help people place it. It's almost. It's almost like when I characterized erases at the top of the show. I was looking at the needle. And that's where I was basing this

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How Bernie Sanders Shapes the Democratic Party Platform

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

08:00 min | 1 year ago

How Bernie Sanders Shapes the Democratic Party Platform

"Bernie Sanders more than any other twenty twenty candidate has shipped a lot of the policy agenda for Democrats with things like Medicare for all and yes campaign rallies full of enthusiastic supporters very similar to president trump there's a big question swirling around is the Democratic Party the party of Bernie Sanders now for more on this we spoke to Michael crews he's a senior staff writer at politico enders has been talking about things like Medicare for all certainly national universal healthcare for going on fifty years she has as you alluded to ban at odds with the Democratic Party for decades much more than he has been working in concert with the Democratic Party it's remarkable at this point in this fun we'll the primary process his second time running for president that he has over the course of five years really had a huge influence a profound influence on how Democrats right now are running for president he is in as good a position that any of the candidates maybe a better position than any of the candidates to be the nominee and no matter what happens on Tuesday New Hampshire no matter what happens in the coming weeks and months he has ideologically not dictated but certainly had a huge influence on how Democrats are talking about policy proposals how Democrats are running for president at this point definitely in the policy proposes you see it all over the place and even more evidence to that you see it at the you can I'm paying rallies and the grassroots fundraising that he does he touts it very often that to all the contributions they get are very low in dollar I think was eighteen dollars is the last number he was throwing out there the average concierge and things like that and you've been to some of the rallies also where there is that electric feel that I mean sometimes you just don't get it with other candidates you know you sometimes you see like a Joe Biden events and it doesn't seem like there's that much excitement there in this is the primary is right now things will change once it's a general election but tells how that reaction has been locked in people understandably so around the country are just kind of tuning into this process for the most part but it's been going on for a year cost to say the least probably longer than that depending on how you want to start the clock but I've been out and about all over the country is going to rallies and town halls from Iowa to Hampshire the South Carolina at startup and as you say there is a conspicuous difference this is just a statement of fact that generally speaking Bernie Sanders events are much better attended and much more energetic and certainly Joe Biden's events but many of the other candidates to you there was a moment in Iowa toward the end of twenty nineteen what people do judge started to draw it I opening nearly a large crowds he's still doing that in New Hampshire those are the two I mean to the extent that what we saw on Iowa reflected what we eat political observers have been saying for months on the ground it was a pretty accurate representation in some sense in my eyes the two people who have consistently had drawn the biggest most energetic crowds Bernie Sanders and people to judge even that said though she was a little bit different than a booty judge crowd a standards crowds younger Sanders crowd is a little louder a little bit more charged up the level of commitment and devotion to Bernie Sanders I think the media has felt closer to a trump rally than to an event held by any other Democrat obviously it is a huge difference between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump there's a huge difference between a trump rally and a standards rally but it is closer a Sanders rally to a trump rally and Tuesday abide in town hall or clover shark town hall it cetera bi level of may it lead to the ceiling that's been almost more than a sinister looking to make a political decision who should I vote for a level of fan heard that it's just an enjoyable when you go to see Bernie Sanders Nichols in part with some of the things that Bernie talks about you know he's calling for a quote unquote revolution you know he said that many times and people that are joining a revolution have that type of fandom associated with that we're talking about the policies that he's kind of inspired and and things like that but even that the next generation of lawmakers have also been inspired by him and endorsed him Alexander because he'll Cortez comes to mind I think she's stepped in and some of his rallies to be a surrogate and what not and she drives that same type of enthusiasm a lot of times but again kind of in that same model of a Bernie Sanders you may have heard of the trail I think there's a band from young people in particular is for them the importance of Alexander across your Cortez and some of the other so called squad members other young women of color in Congress who have endorsed Bernie Sanders very much on the standards train for those people in particular the young people who are the aspects of quarters of standards their presence is and that in fact this is not just a one man show this is not something that is going to and when Bernie Sanders who is turning seventy nine later this year after all is no longer with us that it can continue that there is this movement of thought and that in the person of a of he who could be Bernie Sanders granddaughter there is a long long runway that hinders supporters certainly see I think the question of course and and an open active question unresolved to me is whether or not Bernie Sanders can win in this primary or can win a general election and whether or not somebody like AMC or the other squad members could win elsewhere in the country beyond their districts whether there is only a broad coast to coast appeal for their movement politics for their quote unquote revolution as opposed to the unifier candidate like if people do judge or even in any costar or even a job I'd and then they obviously is the big question that's what we're going through right now the Democratic Party has been kind of a loss since president Barack Obama left there has not been clear leader but Bernie Sanders as we've been mentioning keeps popping up you know throughout his career is always kind of been a disruptor in that sense but could he be president trump in the election Bernie Sanders is a democratic socialist by his own naming calls himself that and the president trump constantly rails against socialism he did the same the union you know socialism will never ruin health care whatever however he said it and that's gonna be something really tough to be down when there is a large majority of the country that really does like president trump they do feel bad if it's from his administration whether economically or just in the policies that he's put out there and it's gonna be a tough sell for that half of the country on the one hand it's hard to see Bernie Sanders beating Donald Trump on the other hand it was hard to see Donald Trump becoming president in the first place and so I think anybody who makes a statement such certitude that surely Bernie Sanders couldn't win in general election you just shouldn't or can't because I'm in that the rules of politics have been shattered by trump and who the heck knows you know one of the things I tried to point out in this piece is that is there is a track record if you are familiar with or take the time to even learn and some cursory way the long long history of pretty standard there's a track record of winning when he wasn't supposed to in the morning in a particular way which is to say at the expense of the Democratic Party you want to become mayor of Burlington Vermont by beating a Democrat and then maintained that office by sensually forcing the Democrats in that city of forty thousand or so into submission men beat them down and then he did it state wide to become a member of

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NBA player's career in jeopardy after car hit by drunk driver

Atlanta's Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

NBA player's career in jeopardy after car hit by drunk driver

"Six a drunk driving accident could be a career ender for an Atlanta Hawks player according to his lawyers Chandler Parsons was in peak physical condition when he was driving through Brookhaven when take returning from practice with the team that all ended when Parton's car was struck by a drunk driver at two in the afternoon the six foot nine it's small forwards lawyer sake the driver of that other car admitted to being drunk and even passed out after the accident person suffered several injuries recovering now from a torn shoulder Informatik brain injury meanwhile the thirty one year old is also under the NBA's concussion

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New 3D Printing Extruders Are Coming Your Way

3D Printing Today

06:33 min | 1 year ago

New 3D Printing Extruders Are Coming Your Way

"Time for US talk about Three D. printing again and there are announcements. Well actually they've been announced for a while and hopefully by now we will have some of them of a whole bunch of new extruders souders starting with one which we're GONNA be talking in detail about. I think next time around the time after the zesty nimble they're coming out with their version into and they should have shipped mid December but we all know how dot goes so. Hopefully we have them now. I've ordered three of them for the tool changer. Because the value that they sent me worked so beautifully however I will probably also beginning the second extruder that was announced earlier last year in December actually before December the three D Amirah which was originally called the Hermes. They changed it to Amarah. I wonder what else did a Hermes in three different than could be And and and While the zesty nimble comes with breath Basically just the extruder system and the cable that attached to the stepper the Humira and the next extruder that we're going to mention comes with the stop promoter. Attached the E. Three Homero is Pretty special in that it it customizes the casing of the stepper motor to have within it a dual wheeled a dual Hobday gear extra a feeding system. That has the shortest path from from the gear to the hot end. That I think I've ever seen it's really really interesting. Very very interesting design Kind of a very similar to bonte contact. The both sides of the filament have geared hob gears that are driving it also it has a very interesting heat sink underneath the fan which is designed to drive the air away from the hot end area Very innovative. They put a lot of engineering into do it. We're looking forward to try and get. Unfortunately though in my opinion they use the mid sized stepper motor versus the pancake sized stepper motor odor. Not sure why I need to talk with them more about that. I've heard that they may be coming out with a version with the pancakes is that is the smaller stack. So it's much lighter. Maybe half the weight of the mid sized stepper and in in my experience when I've switched to to these smaller steppers. Yeah the Torque is less but it's still well within tolerance and I save a ton of weight which makes for a much higher quality quality print. So we we will probably be getting a hammer and I'll be shoehorned into one of the tools of the tool changer for comparison sake. Hopefully we'll see how things go in the near future. Yeah what I don't understand about this designers. They're going to all this trouble to make you know there's all these custom parts it's quite expensive. I like the The driving you know the dual driving from both sides but Yeah but they're not the first guys to come up with that but I can sort of justify it. In terms comes of reducing weight you know keeping the parts as minimal as possible and reducing the overall weight of the extruder but then they make a Boden version of it. I don't I understand. I understand why you'd care about the weight. Convert on tech bomb attack has the same thing with the boat and version of the BMG. So possibly they're seeing themselves competing beating with the bond market. Well the bond tech is. That's just that's a really good extruder Yummy do you. Don't care so much about the weight you're looking at the. You know the dual drive live systems and this is a dual drive system. So we're hoping that is at least as good as the bond tech for their sake. It'd better be better be or they're not gonNA sell many on one thing that they like to push that you you just screw in the thermal tubes for any of their extruders I mean. They're they're hot blocks so they're volcano their V six all their different hop block designs. Pathway designs will fit to this. So it's it's pretty versatile for their for the tool we'll change your though The folks he three D have come up with bolt on parts. So that it'll go onto the tool plate however you know that's a lot of weight you've got the stepper motor for this camera. You've got the small stepper motor for the tool control. You've got all the carriages. That may be too much much. Wait for the tool changed your. But we're GONNA find out we're going to testify ourselves and compare it to a tool. That has a zesty nimble on it which only adds like ninety four grams versus nine hundred something grams quite a bit of a difference and then we have a third extruder. That was announced right before Christmas. From the folks at Micro Swiss these folks make some really Nice nozzles and Philemon Thermal tubes they've come up with a design that's a direct replacement for for the CR ten in the ender three basically replaces the entire X. carriage however again the it's a mid sized stepper that's writing in the X. Axis which can be a problem however on these machines you don't print as quickly the Mendel based where the the bed is in the Y axis which is a mental based usually you don't print more than sixty at Mac sixty millimeters unders per second whereas the machines were thinking of usually around eighty millimeters per seconds. Does it make a difference. Time will tell. We'll find out I I don't know I We may explore one of those. I'm my my gut. Tell me again. The zesty nimble may be the better approach. 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"ender" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

18:33 min | 1 year ago

"ender" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"This is a three CR podcast and this is published or not intersecting lives and intersecting Cultures are at the heart of Crane's Novel Act of Grace and welcome to three C- Thanks for having me I think we should begin by defining Aghanistan and one of the veterans told me about an act of grace and basically it's a compensation payment made by the Australian government to Iraqi civilian or Iraqi family who unintentionally being hurt or harmed or killed by Australian Miller Harry and in fact that leads off this story because you have to that's right and he's bicycling post traumatic stress disorder yes interestingly enough he's picking shrapnel out of his body over the years but he's inadvertently shall we say killed yes yeah unintentional yeah and this thing has dramatized him as the reason for the act of grace but what's interesting then is then Lee's life back in Australia he's gone from a chaotic environment and where does he end up well I mean I don't think when when uh-huh it's often said that when you're in a war it's it's hard to ever label even if even in peacetime in the sense that the drill and then is always edging are you you're always in this hyper vigilant state so to he returns to his young son and his wife and brings that hyper vigilant state with him and yet they end up pin bowling across the bottom of Australia trying to I find an opportunity for him to settle but he works in a chicken eggs briefly he does work in a chicken but I found the paralleling in some ways of the Taos in Iraq and I think there's an equivalent sort of Kale chips well yeah if you ever view a flock of chickens they're actually right unnervingly chaotic and it can actually they can grate on your nerves I think the slaughter the slaughter of them that's right there's a mouse plague is well that's right so reasoning environment he can't control again yeah well I mean it's also that sense of I really really I often think of the George Patil quite in the eyes of the butcher the horse is already dead and you know when you go to a slaughterhouse Yeah you have to understand the butcher's probably already think those creatures that alive and then to draw that parallel we've a wall that is basically and he's a rather prescient analogy given the current host yes dave we then make Roddy so you've I've got a whole range of characters we leave to he story we meet Robbie background and heritage are interesting yeah well they caught mysterious her heritage her father turns out to be off the stolen generation but you know so he can never you never can't claim that because he doesn't have that culture so he's kind of he's one of those in between people you can't be white and can't indigenous and he works in a very privileged he's a he had his the janitor. AH private school and you know finds himself living in a time where it's increasingly fashionable to climb ones Heritage convict door indigenous heritage and pressed upon him by one of the teachers that he should claim his indigenous heritage to the point that he finds wchs about finding his inner totem animal and all those kind of things left in his Laka but what does this well it's a religious instruction teacher for the and how we consider that actually not an act of grace so to speak yeah so I mean that sense of what what does already to is it actually full the person who needs help or is it to make someone feel good in giving so she thinks herself as a very charitable generous woman but ultimately disrespects roby who bravo and her father and and triggers off a real fear I'm just showing how precarious position in society is which is interesting because we're now starting to get a conviction of an idea going through these I parallel stores these parallel lives they doing too sick in otherwise as well you have a Naseem who's an Iraqi from coal it should background pianist yeah but and she in fact does meet Robbie eventually but she's had to descend descent into Kyle's yeah well she's had to survive and that means she's had to do things that are highly unpleasant potentially complicit and criminal and I guess I guess I mean you never really think of these things writing them but I guess sort of to scrutinize the characters in in with the gift of hindsight I guess she's a way of showing the can't you can't have these binary discussions about people that refugees innocent therefore they have to be saved or refugees potentially bad so they shouldn't be sacked I mean refugees a human and in order to survive you have sometimes done unlikable things unlikable and a lot of her pre equipment is brought about by outside forces Cetera. But here's what's interesting then because you do in fact have rowdy and the same meeting and Nissim has been wearing a Nika which is the food covering Robbie tries wearing there's an digits woman who suffered season but these interesting sort of parallel yeah I mean it's funny when you when you do scrutinize the text and looking back on it you go yeah a lot of things going on here but I really was just writing in the moment but roby is quite a bow she brave naive young artist and she's into doing edgy. Projects and one of the edgy projects is to put on the obey which Assim whiz because she wants to experience racism how Nissim on experience it name tells her that she will never be able to understand racism as she feels it but Robbie attempts at nevertheless and it's and to a certain extent she does get a sense of how route one can be traded wearing those kind of things but ultimately comes agrees with Nissim that you can never you can never put on another person's skin but also that that will that notion of skin because Robbie has already she's already yes isn't but it's different it's getting shades of difference in in the white they are persecuted I'm but also then I rob his association with the average community she does not project in central Australia but there's extreme violence when there's the destruction of an annihilation of the camp folks and again he we have a parallel with had the violence in Iraq we've had the violence in a to life in chicken fat violence because astounding ram trading it as a joke and changing crying dogs and and also those that suffer because they owned the dogs vile wants exists everywhere yes it does sound like a compellingly doc book doesn't I promise there are moments of lightness and humor in there the highlight really they sorts of behaviors are not just separated into first world and third world no but can be experienced everywhere yeah and I guess in a way I guess that's why my characters traverse territory beyond the Stralia Today's chapters set in Baghdad and Syria and in North Dakota in America and I I guess that's sort of a way of exploring how our lives have consequences beyond borders now like we're now officially a global paypal and actions have consequences they might not be consequences down the road they might be across oceans will you've you've mentioned overseas as well and Gerry whose to his son is caught up in a demonstration that's right and then we get the violence there as well actually really really like Jerry's journey because he sort of he's he's come out from under the shadow of his his father but he's also he's hooked up with this trio in America radical and they force him to think differently and he has to shake out his basically crackhead open and and rick question everything he's ever learned at school and it's It was fun actually writing that school Louis because his father is suffering from post traumatic stress and so this this ripple effect and had to individuals come through because lobby comes through and it's very uplifting she has a child in the end and such like so there is a as right Positive thread yeah as well yeah but you're you're highlighting how close we are to the edge culturally in the decisions we make in the action Steichen and how in many ways first world countries are not that far from dropping over the edge yeah well I guess so I guess it's always important to remember what how quickly things can full but it seems you know the motto of the school was Annuity correctness which I found interesting providence favors our undertaking now it's on the back of the American Bank note we perhaps suggesting something there scene I guess I was sort of playing on what is sort of seems to be the motto of the Morrison Government in a sense that this idea of of religion is all this idea of morality is if you put in you'll get something and this idea as opposed to if I think true Christianity I don't think Jesus would necessarily be that kind of guy but the new version of Christianity is well if you're oblige we're going to walk past you or you've brought this on yourself and I guess that's kind of I guess I did use that last motto her private school because of course of course it's GonNa Save ratledge ready and therefore the expectation is there winging do whatever we like I mean societies taking that attitude this will matt I and yet became very punitive the undercurrent is the wants that we sort of think is only happening in Iraq or Syria is over there yes it's within our own communities and there's violence in not in neon said there's all different types of violence so lastly then we've got a minute or two the structure of this Nolan the intersection of these us we're not necessarily following one individual all the way through or one narrative that sort of four different characters and four narratives and I think seemingly for the first four chapters they're quite stand alone and naked be saved almost short stories and then I start to cross into each other's lives lives and again that wasn't something I'd planned it was sort of accidental characters kept turning up in the wrong story and then I realized they you know those kind of things can happen in the real world consequences can trickle we'll have a trickle down effect which makes in fact for interesting reading as you wonder then what these connections what will be revealed and there are in fact connections between two hundred and the seem therefore Cassim Robbie to Jerry which snap a father son but yet they all even Robin Jerry have a brief very brief moment data yes finding that connection is interesting when when I guess older interactions economy acts of rice in themselves and questionable acts of grace in terms of what we can do for each other whenever we meet in advertently that's right so what is the true act of grace a pilot because money fixes all more the cherry eighty and kindness we shy to each other that's sort of an interesting look at the the intersection of lives and the characters there so I've been interviewing crane it's your first by first novel yes you've had essays and other that's right previously that's how this is your first novel and therefore an interesting look at the novel form in many ways which would be interesting act of grace and a crane and it's from blacking books and thank you for coming in thank you so much David thank you well David have you read James Joyce's novel a portrait of the artist Z. Young men or should be sure I thought might have its main character tells about growing up and finally as a young artist setting off into the world to pursue his art well today I've got author into Bash Gun and he's told his story in a portrait of Alles as a young man welcome in indepth thanks Jen and first time into and manner of being here into three see ya now Andrew is the main character up but it's not about becoming an artist the you want to pursue what is it I don't know I think it's a writer awesome so let's get back to a bit of a knowledge of you you're an Australian but culturally linked to another country yes My parents were born in Turkey they came out here as teenagers in the light sixties early seventies I was born in the middle of the eight he's here in Melbourne and I grew up in Tele Moraine than in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and if being back to yeah I as a kid we never went back for one reason or another a when I hit my twenties went back with my mom I and then I went back doc in my light to twenty s and that was kind of turning point for me a pivotal event did feel like harm in some ways yes in some ways in some ways no people talking Turkish on the streets and could blend into a crowd and just listen to people speaking that secret language that I had as a child well you have uncles aunts and cousins all living here in Melbourne have any of them traveled extensively really going back to Turkey and not so much I think you know we would as kids with go camping being together those families or take caravan but I think what you're getting at Janice that yes we just get in a car and drive into the desert no it's you and whom it's me it's my partner Sophie it's my very good friend Gabriel and Sophian my unborn child let's let and that's from page to this end the baskin writing it says he she carries her unborn child six months in utera sitting for hours on end the body aches yet I see in her Akam she pace when she is traveling that is to say she is most herself as we shoot north freckles across her nose and cheeks emerged from southern winter hibernation it's lovely Sir the three of you get to Cooper PD and I'm going to quote just one short sentence Kapiti sunset on a mound of rejected earth sums it up you you want that impressed with Kapiti and then onto alert and this was before the climbing ban felt very strongly about just how wrong it was yes so this was before the announced moment that the climate would close down and attend a lot of friends people in my community talking about the climb I think it'd become more of a police Geico kind of hot potato by that point and I got to experience it firsthand I tried not to be judgmental I tried to be open minded the journey had the effect of tender ising our hearts and minds so why was a springs who'd chosen final the nation Actually Gabriel and I applied for a writing slash artist residency there we didn't end up getting into that residency we thought we'd with Donald is planning so we thought we'd go anyway and as it turns out.

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Labor Day Racing Lineup

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Labor Day Racing Lineup

"Labor day is always big day <hes> in in racing and we usually joy because we not only do we get to recap but to a lot of times nick tamra will come back and we'll we'll do monday capping with nick and johnny promised that he wouldn't go on a picnic or sure and we we would so many other reasons to be here on monday so let's hope for the best but prepare for the worst. They let you get away with that. The thank you shirley maclaine <hes> the weekend is terrific and we can only go up to sunday for action of course because of the the draws a for the monday cards including even philadelphia with the smarty jones and the turf the monster and all that <hes> the turf monster at the amazon the hopeful will be drawn and the the closing day card of course at saratoga in del mar so there's a few races that we can only hint that and we'll see about getting as much of sunday mention. I mean the spin away for instance. We're all set for on sunday at saratoga as well as the del mar derby and the juvenile little turf on sunday the be aware on sunday to monmouth you got the red bank which is a nice little group of seven you know the the mile on the turf including visit heroin and some other very familiar names and they got the the two year old stakes the traditional summer enders the sapling in the sorority and also the safely kept on the turf so monmouth with an ice four-pack on sunday <hes> and then later today.

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Angelina Jolie, 4 youngest kids attend 'Dumbo' premiere in Los Angeles

WIBC Programming

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Angelina Jolie, 4 youngest kids attend 'Dumbo' premiere in Los Angeles

"Know about that another timeless. Disney story is returning to theaters. Kevin Frazier with our partners at AT explains. How Dumbo return reunited a trio of Hollywood heavyweights the live action remake of Dumbo reunites. The Batman cast as Michael Keaton, and Danny devito. Welcome a surprise guests to their Hollywood premiere Angelina Jolie stuns on the Dumbo red carpet with four of her six children. The kids all smiles before they entered the theater to witness a Hollywood reunion almost twenty seven years in the making. In nineteen Ninety-two. Batman returns put the Cape crusader against super villain the penguin. Now. Michael Keaton, Danny devito ender director, Tim Burton are bringing the Disney classic Gumbo to life. First of all, it is a classic in the hands of Tim Burton who takes this material. Into the stratosphere. Joey opens it up into the twenty first century. Keaton working with his Batman friends was a joy as was his new Dumbo makeover. Well that was unfortunately, my idea. I was hoping you'd say it's a bad idea. And then I had to sit in the big up here. But actually those guys are so good over there. It was seamless, by the way, Michael didn't rule out the he and Tim Burton may team up again for a sequel to their classic

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Move To Pull Consumer Protection Rule Heightens Debate Over Payday Lending

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Move To Pull Consumer Protection Rule Heightens Debate Over Payday Lending

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from almond board of California, did, you know almond orchards bloom before most other plants and help honeybee hives grow stronger before they pollinate other late blooming crops, grow what you know at almondsustainability dot org. Some people rely on borrowing money from themselves you get a payday loan. It's cash you promised to pay back when your next paycheck arrives. The Trump administration has been scaling back in force -ment of this industry and Kathy creditor who runs the consumer financial protection bureau will likely be asked why when she testifies before a house panel today, here's NPR's Daniel Chesler. Oh. This is the sound of a payday loan cash. You can get quickly just by walking into a store, I met this Springfield Virginia branch of advance America during a rainy lunch hour and a woman who works as a medical assistant comes in. I borrow three hundred interest is seventy three dollars. Angela who asked us to only use her first name to protect her privacy is getting a thirty day loan to cover a family trip to New York. She says she prefers payday loan because she doesn't trust herself with credit cards. It's convenient and quick all Angela had to do a show her ID and write a check for the day the loan was due. She brought in a Bank statement and a pay stub to get her first loan, but she's taken out a few since then about two a year, we provide consumers from all across the country with the ability to access money when they need it. Most the very model of the loan is batik out as much money from the bars Bank account until that inevitable default. That's the industry view from Jamie Fulmer. At advance America, which has nine thousand nine hundred payday lending branches. And a critical perspective from Scott Astrada the center for responsible lending, a consumer advocacy group. And this is the heart of the debate behind a rule drawn up under the Obama administration that never took effect. The rule would require payday lenders to make sure borrowers are able to repay their loans. Angela is confident she can pay this loan back. Even though the interest rate works out to three hundred percent over the course of a year. The CFP be researched this issue in a two thousand fourteen report it found half of all payday loans are in a sequence at least ten loans long with spiraling costs to borrowers. And that's why the bureau created the rule under former director Richard cordray. He says the agency's mission has changed the new leadership at the see of PB has been much less aggressive about doing things that press hard on the industry to change in ways that help consumers Democrats to control. Of the house, and they oppose rescinding this payday loan rule. Consumer advocates say the rule is vital. So to veterans groups the N W C P says quote, payday lenders have long preyed upon communities of color, but Quinn Trung who served as deputy general counsel at the CFP ender. Obama says banks have tighter criteria than other lenders for small dollar amounts sometimes borrowers. Don't have good enough credit to qualify for credit cards under the current rules. She says there's the possibility that some segments of the population don't have very good alternatives to the payday product. She says the rule would have posed an existential threat to the industry and some lenders had already shut down. Intimidating the impact. Angela the borrower. I spoke to says she's grateful the rule may not take affect I'm happy. They have this. I can actually get alone and be able to pay them back easily in have extra money with the little bit of interest. But is able to pay it back. She's actually pays. Loans back early to save on interest. But payday lenders in most states don't offer discounts for customers who pay early and the CFP CFP's own research shows, many borrowers get trapped by debt with no change in regulation that will continue to be a problem. Daniela Chesler NPR news, Springfield, Virginia. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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NPRNPR And UK discussed on The World

The World

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

NPRNPR And UK discussed on The World

"NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average closed down twenty two points at twenty four thousand five hundred fifty three that's less than a tenth of a present. The nasdaq. Is up. This is NPR. In less than two months Britain is set to leave the European Union. And there is still no deal in sight. Larry Miller reports countries there are aggressively reaching out to nervous UK based companies. The Dutch investment agency says it's in talks with more than two hundred fifty British companies officials have reportedly offer UK firm significant incentives for relocating, including big personal income tax breaks this week. French president Macron hosted an investment summit for more than one hundred and forty British businesses. Under the banner of choose France. There's also strong competition for British business from other EU countries, including Germany on top of that a stark warning from Airbus which supports around one hundred and twenty five thousand British jobs. Ceo, Tom enders, says it's a disgrace business can't plan for Brexit. And that Airbus may need to make potentially very harmful decisions for the UK for NPR news. I'm Larry Miller in London, though, Wisconsin teenager who free. Herself from twenty one year old man now facing kidnapping and homicide. Charges will receive at least half of the fifty thousand dollar reward money that was offered while she was missing Jimmy costs managed to escape eighty eight days after both her parents were killed during the search for cost the Turkey plant that her parents worked for Genio offered twenty five thousand dollar a twenty five thousand dollars reward. And today, a company spokesman says that will be donated to help, Jamie. This is NPR.

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Airbus threatens to shift work if Britain leaves EU with no deal

Dennis Prager

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Airbus threatens to shift work if Britain leaves EU with no deal

"The chief executive of Airbus says it could move its British operations out of the country in the event. There's a departure from the EU without a deal is Tom enders. This issue sharply-worded statement flatly warning the Brexit is threatening to destroy a century of development in Britain, a global leader in aviation. He declares that the country. Now stands at precipice Airbus's more than fourteen thousand employees in Britain with a further roughly one hundred and ten thousand working in jobs supported by Airbus programs Charles

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"ender" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"ender" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"ender" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ender" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"You got kicked out jesse's then redfaced he turned away and walked back to his own bed at the back of the barracks and our guest the kiss in the word were somehow forbidden a suppress religion perhaps or maybe the word had some private powerful meaning for ally alone whatever it meant to ally ender knew that it was sacred that he had uncovered himself for ender as once enders mother had done when he was very young before they put the monitor in his neck and she had put her hands on his head when she thought he was asleep and prayed over him and her had never spoken of that to anyone not even to mother but had kept it as a memory of holiness of how his mother loved him when she thought that no one not even he could see or hear that was what ally had given him a gift so sacred that even enter could not be allowed to understand what it meant yeah that's beautiful i found the follow up to that when later he's like remembering the salaam kiss and he's like next getting a knife fight shower jed newgen knife is my favorite okay so ender is like for context is like half like playing video game where he's a bear and a half like talking to align the bear game of course the barricade there's an arcade in the school and only fucking suck the games are like and that was like the thing that i was kinda touching on before which is like you can tell that this book was written at a time when they did not know what video games can be was maybe out poss yeah you know you like walk around and like you you do things future video games will be in your sub conscious and they'll tell you.

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"ender" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ender" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Forever intense is the word for enders game this week on the podcast orson scott card's anders game hello welcome to teen crepes the podcast that discusses why pulp fiction i'm one of your hosts lindsay kate i i'm none of your hosts kelly nugent and today discussing orson scott card's enders game with us we have a couple of very old friends remember when we were children together the four of us yeah alley would you like to introduce short france we are joined by our oldest friend juno studio dog and our friends from the nuclear has joined podcast king king king queen of my heart keith king and jesse neal so what you're selling friends thank you so much for joining us for the nineteen th year of our friendship to discuss orson scott card's enders game should we just announced just the the straight away lindsey the biggest issue that we have our sin scott i think that senior since see so before we get into it a listener of ours of wonderful dear listener earlier dr treasured listener expressed extreme disappointment that we were covering enders game because of orson scott card's was not a good persona phobic views are there a lot of authors like that though not to this john john certainly not and the john row we read like we encounter a lot of sex cest characters lines and attitudes and some misogyny although honestly not too bad of few homophobic carry carts but the authors themselves no usually on meeting.

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