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CNN: There Are Serious Problems With Biden's Gas Tax Holiday
"Selling. But I do want to share an example of a propaganda network that is all Democrat all the time like CNN and what reporter Matt Egan said to CNN's Erica hill, just yesterday. But to John's point, there are some serious problems here. It's also important to remember that just because things poll well doesn't mean it's necessarily smart policy. What? Not always the same thing. Like John said, this does nothing to fix supply. It actually supports demand at a time when demand can't keep up with supply. Moody's economist, Mark Zane, he told me that he is concerned that this could be inflationary. And there's no guarantee that energy companies are going to pass along the entire savings here. And then there's the fact that this money funds the building of highways at a time when the construction of the building in the highways has gone up because of rising costs for building material and labor. So there's a lot of issues here and I think it does show why Obama in 2008 called it a gimmick. Uh oh, you're losing CNN, Biden.
'Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap' With Doug Giles
"I have as my guest right now, my friend, Doug, Giles, Doug, you encouraged me, just seeing you and hearing your voice. Thanks for being on. Eric, good to be with you, big dog. You're looking very dapper, man. Okay, the title of your books are sometimes they're hard to read. I'm holding the book here. It is dear Christian colon. It's a business letter. Dear Christian, you are fear is full of, I believe, the Greek word is scuba on poop. Dear Christian. Your fear is full of crap. Now, did you know that where the term crap comes from? Because people think it's like a bad word. It's not a bad word. Thomas crapper invented the flush toilet. He was an English man. He invented the flush toilet, so we would say, where are you going? I'm going to the crapper. And it's kind of taken on this weird meaning, but that's what it means. So you do not pull punches. So your book is titled dear Christian, your fear is full of crap and you have second Timothy one 7. So I don't remember offhand what a second Timothy one 7. Why is the title the title? Yeah, it's one of my favorite scriptures, Erica, especially in this day of mass delusional psychosis. It's where Paul told Timothy, who was raised by his mom and his grandmama, and he had a church in Ephesus. He's like, hey, Timothy, God didn't give you a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and a sound mind. And I'm looking at the church and how they embrace like Mark McDonald said a mass delusional psychosis from 2020 to 2021 plus. I've got a buddy up in Ottawa, Canada. His family goes to church up there. They're still masking up. Eric, they're still acting like, you know, the Bubonic plague is unleashed, you know, and that we've got to cower and fears poor little Christians and stuff. And you look at the scripture, the injunction to fear, I think it's the most replete command coming off the lips of the prophets and the apostles and Christ Jesus himself. And yet Christians decided that they're going to adopt fear instead of live bold wild and free. And the only people that I see in the scripture, Eric that have fear on them, according to, again, the scripture. I hate to bring that into it. It is the wicked.
Pastor Greg Locke Tells Democrat Voters to Leave Church
"So how are you doing, brother? I know that you've gotten a lot of controversy for the stance that you made, but I want you to repeat to the people who are listening and also people who are watching kind of repeat a sentiment on their viral video where you articulated that your concerns and your stance on Christians voting Democrat. Yeah, you know, it's not a statement that I haven't made before, just everything right now is so vitriolic and all the other passers are so weak socks in America that when you finally come out and say something that's really bold and demonstrative, it kind of freaks everybody out. And so I just said, look, you can not be a Christian. A Bible believing Christian in this culture and vote Democrat. This is not the Democrat party of yesteryear. We're talking about butchering babies, LGBTQ non students, gender dysphoria, and everything you can imagine. And I said there's no way you can line up with what Jesus taught in the Bible and vote Democrat. It's an absolute impossibility. And people had an absolute meltdown because of it, we've been on every major newspaper. Erica, you know, under investigation, they have to be best we had protesters show up yesterday. It had to be drug out by the security and people are mad. We've got tons and tons of letters. We get about a hundred phone calls a day just on the Democrat statement and 98 of them are if you. It's unbelievable that people on this
Portugal finds 5 monkeypox cases in men as outbreak spreads
"Several new cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in young men in Europe and one case in the U.S. The unusual outbreak of a disease typically linked to Africa was announced in Portugal and Britain one case of the disease was also confirmed in Massachusetts In a resident who had traveled to Canada and investigators are looking into whether it's connected to the European outbreaks infectious diseases medic doctor Erica chenoy said the patient was identified early on as a possible monkeypox suspect And this was really unusual because the patient had no travel history no exposure to animals that would be known to be reservoirs All the Portuguese cases involved men mainly young in Britain the current and previous cases did not seem to be linked suggesting there may be multiple chains of monkeypox transmission happening in the country I'm Karen Chammas
Far Left Protests Erupt Outside the Home of Justice Alito
"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show. It's Monday and this is producer Andrew culvert filling in for the one and only Charlie. Kirk, who? Is rightly away on his anniversary trip. He has been married for a year, folks, to the wonderful Erica. They are taking some well deserved time off, Charlie works harder than basically any man I've ever met. I would say basically, but probably yes. It's most certainly is true. So we're glad that he's taking some well deserved time off. In the meantime, we have news to cover. And I'm honored, as always, to be behind the microphone, filling in for Charlie Kirk. All right, well, listen. There's a lot of news as I've already said. Mainly, the lead story over the weekend was the protests going on around the homes of the Supreme Court Justices. We have reports of doxing their homes. We have reports of their addresses. We have reports that justice Alito and his family have been moved to an undisclosed location as pro abortion activists in Virginia, Maryland assembled outside of the homes of these justices, including Brett Kavanaugh's home, where they chanted, we will not go back and picketed with signs. Earlier this week, Alito even canceled an appearance at the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals judicial conference because of these far less far left
"erica" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"Clinics and, of course, photography with her business, the catnip dispensary, she designs and creates catnip toys, face masks, and lots more to fund her rescue work. Erica I'd like to welcome you to the show. Thank you so, so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. So we are going to have fun today. That's for sure. And before we jump into all of the things that you are doing, your photography is just like phenomenal. I mean, I wish we could paint the picture for everybody who's listening in on the work that you're doing, but maybe we'll have some links to some of your examples in our show notes, but before we dive into all of that, how did you become passionate about cats? You know, that's an awesome question. I don't remember if there was like a pivotal moment where I realized when I was really young that I care about cats more than most animals, but I've always loved all animals. Something fun about growing up in my home, while I wasn't allowed to have cats and dogs because my mom was allergic. I had a slew of other animals, so I always had mice and rodents and we had reptiles, et cetera. And we had a lot of books around. And these were like nature books with gorgeous photography of cheetahs on the Serengeti or whatever. And all kinds of cool rainforest creatures. And I was obsessed, obsessed with all of them. So I think that honestly, now that I'm talking about it, must have sparked not only my love for animals, but my love for the photography of animals and my appreciation for that a side of things. I can't believe I never put that together before. But lots and lots of books being around and lots of exposure to friends cats at their houses. I would just, nothing has changed about that. I still chase your cats around whenever I visit somebody and meet their cat for the first time. We're best Friends right away, and that's just gonna be how it is. So did you do photography at an early age too?.
"erica" Discussed on Ironsharpener
"If you're here on a sharpener for the first time, I am sharpener is a platform that God has given to me hallelujah so we could bring on great and mighty men and women of God to empower this generation to empower generation at wants to be empowered, glory to God. Someone know who have a testimony that God of doing great things in your life because somewhere down the line, life and death is in the power of the tongue and you could eat a so evil seed in someone's life are so good seed. Plant seeds. But words are so powerful and especially mothers who have children when you plant seed in their life, you better be good seed, they better be a good word because they will grow up with that word and it matters who speak in their life. No matter what words will spoken because there will be that from their youth and their grow up, my God. So we just thank God for praying parents in this generation that would prefer their skin, kids, and cancel ever negative words and erase it and just bring them up in the ways of the lord so they can fulfill destiny, email. So I'm just so excited for this platform, this platform is also for businessmen and businesswoman who want to advertise their businesses on this platform who want to glory to God let the generation know about their businesses. So this platform is doing a lot of things. A lot of great things, hallelujah. So we're excited if you want to be a part of us. You want to come and be a guest. You could email us at iron sharpener 21 at Gmail dot com. If you want to advertise your business, also email iron sharpener 21 at Gmail dot com. If you want to advertise an event, a show, whatever it is that you want to advertise, this is a platform for you to do at an iron sharpener. Also, we want to hear your success story from rags to riches, what God of dawn very broad you out of and where you are today because someone is in your shoe and they don't know how to get out, but they know God of place greatness inside of them. Then need to be impacted and empower their need a word to be spoken in their life. They need to give birth to that greatness. So this is what I am sharpeners about to push you into your destiny, amen. Glory to God. So we are excited over a new show, but God is doing mighty things. Hallelujah, we are a global show. We are international show. I in sharpener isn't a national glory to God, so before we get into some advertisement, I want to welcome my guests pastor Erica Cooper, my gorge is amazing looking beautiful on my show..
Willy Mac's son Maverick is friends with Charlie Woods
"This Tiger, when you're dropping when you're dropping him off at his house Tiger ever heavy in for like some bourbon or anything. That's the funny thing, you know, it's you know, I don't like to step on anybody's thing. So I let Ali, my ex-wife. I'll let her do that. I talked to Erica a little bit on the drop offs, but I don't, I don't do any Tiger. He's not interested in me. He knows, you know, he's taken my son on vacations, and I don't even talk to him. 8 and acknowledged my existence. So I'm okay with that. I'm like, whatever, it's fine. I'll let maverick enjoy himself.
No. 3 Purdue blocks Maryland in final seconds for 62-61 win
"Purdue fought back for sixty to sixty one win over Maryland the third ranked Boilermakers went on a fourteen to nothing run midway into the second half after falling behind by twelve Jaden ivy who averages seventeen points was limited to eleven but his basket with thirteen seconds ago sealed the win with the Terrapins leading scorer Erica yell out Fatts Russell picked up the slack finishing with twenty four points Purdue is now twenty two and four Maryland falls to eleven and fourteen Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana
The LA Times' Editorial Hypocrisy
"There was an editorial in the LA times. That's the paper who have a writer named Erica Dee Smith. We invited her on the radio show. She refused to come on. She's the one to refer to me as the black face of white supremacy. Editorial in the LA times about a city councilman, who decided not to run for reelection, he's taken some positions that have ticked off his constituents. And as a result, he decided not to run reelection. For example, he opposed an ordinance that outlawed homelessness on city street and public areas. And he supports soft on crime positions. Now, what could possibly go wrong? In a city where crime is going up and where homelessness is a huge problem. So the only times editorial, and if toil is the official position of the newspaper, with the following headline. The vitriol in politics is driving good people out of public service. Says the newspaper that hired a columnist who referred to yours truly as the black face of white supremacy. You've been warned.
For the Record, the New 'Matrix' Is Terrible
"Matrix is terrible. And the wachowski brothers are now transgender. The whole thing's messed up. Wachowski, wachowski, when I caught a troop of ski, why'd you bukowski, whatever they are trans? No. The new matrix no good. I tried. I was so excited. Erica will tell you I was I planned my whole day around it. I got some sort of subscription to HBO Max for it, whatever the heck that is. And it was awful. I mean, just everything about it. And if you go a level deeper, there's a great article on the American mind by Spencer Cleveland Cleveland who's really good. He agreed it was terrible. And by I say this as someone who is a serious matrix fan of one, two, three, that grew up with the matrix. It's so good. And the first, the matrix starts, I can't remember the first scene, actually, but actually I don't want to spoil it. You know what? Honestly, if I spoil it for you, doesn't really matter. It's not that good. But the whole thing is really kind of this idea that you shouldn't be stuck in a binary reality. If you go into the dialog and all this, why is that? Well, it's because you got two men that are trying to cope with their serious mental problems because they're women now. That's basically what the whole movie is about. Even though it comes down to a binary choice, you could take the blue pill or the red pill. You can't escape that. I will say the best part of
Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project
"I'm glad that you have written this expanded edition of America on trial with clarity on the ridiculousness of the 1619 Project. One thing Erica might say that reinforces the point you just made that slavery was in institution from time immemorial is one thing the 1619 Project neglects to notice as they're saying the slavery was introduced in 1619 when black slaves were brought by Dutch traders to Virginia is that slavery was already widespread in the area of the American colonies, practiced by the Native Americans. Who enslaved each other. Can you imagine, can you imagine? But again, this is because we're both Christians. We understand that mankind has fallen. And a part from the God of scripture, what we do is scandalous is inhuman. So yes, slavery has existed. Always, it's a horror and we are right to be horrified by it, but if anything, it has been serious Christians that have labored against the slave trade. I wrote a book about William wilberforce, whom Frederick Douglass revered, so if a freed slave like Frederick Douglass can revere a white English man for taking a biblical stand against the slave trade, you do have to wonder how we could get to a point where we have to clarify that slavery was not invented by white people in 1619 and Jamestown. It's almost funny, but it's but it's
Is the Tide Changing for Black Conservative Voices?
"Patrick is in Augusta, Georgia, Patrick you're on the show. Thank you so much. I appreciate your call. Hi, Larry. How are you doing? I'm doing well, sir. All right. One, I wanted to is late, but you're wrong for governor, I really appreciated that. I feel like you agree. And I'm actually in Georgia and I was following Europe, but I'm a fan of yours. But I was following the race there. And it really was disheartening to hear a media outlet actually being able to print the black face of a white supremacy in that. And it made me feel like, you know what, with the black community in particular, how we don't allow for black conservatives such as speak freely and not be judged and have it like blackness question. But I'm starting to see a rise and a change in the tide I've seen with canon zones and personal walker running for the center here in Georgia. Allen Woods running for governor in Texas. And wondering one, do you feel like there is a tide is changing? And do you feel like there's a significant with a black conservatives being able to speak out and show that we are the actual fulfillment of the American Dream of dramas by just going playing within the rules, making the changes as necessary? Right. And just really representing what America stands for. And how you're taking on that, I guess would be the question. Well, Patrick, there's no question in my opinion the tide is changing. By the way, the woman that called me the blackface, the white supremacy. Her name is Erica Dee Smith, and she wrote an article just a few days ago and doubled down. It made some more insulting comments. And so I've reached out to her invited her on the show and hopefully she'll come on on Monday or Tuesday. They post it. Herschel walk and I are friends. And some months ago we were at an event together, and I told him I was thinking about running for governor. He told me he was thinking about running for senator. In Georgia, as you know, he has announced, and I said, I said, all right, Herschel, let's do it together. I'll announce you announce. And both of us laughed and we both ended up running. But yeah, there's no question about it. Things are changing. And more and more people are getting more confident about
"erica" Discussed on Chatter that Matters
"People that i knew he reached out. And so we a show but the problem is we created this show and we were about to go live in scotland at the edinburgh fringe festival. And then covadonga shut everything down so we didn't get to show our beautiful play to anyone and so we pivoted. We thought differently. Like how do we solve this problem. I think that's my my strength is really a problem creative problem-solver and so instead we decided to create the show on zoom where we had all these amazing actors many of the stars of hamilton on in london on the stage of linden all were out of business because all theatre had been shut down so everybody was sent green screens. Fantastic microphones and we shot everybody scenes in their homes against green scheme screens. And then we had these amazing producers who put it altogether and now it's on youtube streaming on youtube and it's an endurable show. It's called out of the box after all the success. Erica you could just simply write a check to any charity. You want but instead i. You started with pediatric pain researchers. I wanna talk a little bit about that. But i also wanna talk about what you're doing to inject some much-needed energy and positively with youth. So i just tell me a little bit about your first move with pediatric pay. I never know where the next opportunity is gonna pop in. This one showed up in a private message on twitter. Hi i'm a mom of four and i'm a psychologist. I have an idea. are you open. of course i'm open. She didn't tell me the whole story but what she did. Say offline to toronto to meet you. Which i thought was kind of unusual that this mom four just fly in we had a conversation it turns out that she is in fact one of the most respected pain researchers in the country and she said you know about stuff that you do with brands to connect with moms. Can you do that with pain research. You want to do a marketing program for paint. She goes yes. That's called knowledge mobilization. It's actually a really important part when you do research. You can't just do the research you actually need to get that research into the end users hands and usually that's done with posters or articles she that's boring and our two teams work together so my digital marketing agency which and her pediatric pain. Research team collaborated on a marketing initiative to spread the word about how parents can treat and should treat kids in pain we use the hashtag doesn't have to hurt and the program blew up in britain up in the new york times and we went all kinds of awards for our collaboration and we got that information to paris hands. We come back. Erica and uses celebrity your creativity and influence to start working on ways to make this planet better as you walk your daily tightrope trying desperately not to paul. Keep in mind that we're all struggling to find a happy balance in our lives. Tough times bound pop up to make us feel unsteady but with focus practice and one foot in front of the other. You'll get eventually. You're listening to chatter. That matters with tony chapman presented by rbc. Welcome back to china. The balance of you just joining the show erica m.'s. My guest she began occurred age. Seventeen as a dj spent a decade interviewing some of the top music artists. She's added songwriter. June award winner book author tv host star extraordinary entrepreneur repertoire. So let's talk about your next. Big collaboration created a non for profit called inside initiative. And i could just. I wish people could this audio broadcasts. You smile right now because it tells us what you're doing and why do you feel this matter so much. I have teenagers and kovic really sucker punched our teens as well as all of us but our teams are future. I started a facebook group for parents of teens to call parents of teen survivor group. So we can have those difficult conversations safely. But it's not enough and i was connected to israel d. as heidi who are really progressive thinkers and then loopholes who is a principal at blythe academy and the four of us started to talk about what needs to happen so that we can change the way teens. Today are being taught so that they can learn live and work better in the future. Our kids right now are still being taught based on sort of the industrial era. I mean you know this tony right that. They're being taught to listen to find the right answer. To listen to authority. We need to raise critical thinkers. I mean look what's happening in the world. Part of that is because critical. Thinking is not top priority so for kids to become critical sinkers decision-makers creative thinkers out of the box. No right answers intrinsically motivated so we started this inside out initiative to work with progressive parents and educators to come solutions to help kids evolve in a different way and so we'll be working with teens. We did what we call an academy boot camp so that kids wouldn't be empowered because that's externally but rather to help kids become me power to understand who they are. What lights them up in what their passions are with their purposes. What their potential is. Then we're going to be talking to parents so that they speak the same language so when their kids say no. I don't wanna be a doctor. We no one will be fulfilled if you sort of push your external agenda on them like that's what my parents did with my sister and i they let us be ourselves and they let us flounder our way through experience we we learn to. We are when you do what you love you. Stay on the job longer you know have. Everybody is changing jobs every year now because they are not lit up which the best way for me to find out about what you're doing they can go to iowa dot live or they can email us. Hello at iowa to live eric. Always podcast with the three things. That i've learned today. The first one is the sense of control. Always been in control a feeling your passion for creativity and making a difference. The second one is community. It's a community that you talk about when you collaborate with other artists. It's a community of the moms that you brought together. You're just so giving and wanting to enrich all around you. But the final thing the most powerful is a sense of to be. And what i mean by to be is. You're always you're being in the moment you know. Somebody reached out one day and said. Can i come chat with you. Wanting people to be the best they can be you want people to reclaim their heart. Their passion there saw wanting people's that go through life feeling the way you do. And i think it's so amazing What you're doing now. Is you new not for profit. I think there's going to be a lot of kids and parents ten fifteen twenty years from now they're gonna say thankfully erica and told stories but also told stories that matter to me. Thank you for joining me on china matters. Thanks so much. Tony i just love talking to you.
"erica" Discussed on Chatter that Matters
"I don't wanna know about it. And he passed away. Not that long afterwards is that i think it was three months later. If i remember correct how does that make you feel as i know. You're interviewing people all the time but when you connect with somebody like that i almost felt like it felt a bit like a mother. He just wanted to hug him. Sits okay you can be who you are. You don't have to be this rockstar. So it must have impacted your quite a bit when a passed away. Well it actually made me angry when suicide is involved. Angry for the enablers around him. There's apparently a lot of drugs involved in. That was almost a turning point when i decided i wanted to leave the music business. I'm a pretty authentic person. And i feel like the music. Business gives permission for people to be bigger than what they deserve to be. So let's move on for the music industry after over a decade reputation. You can write anything you wanna do you performed in the unidentified human remains true nature of love. that's a completely different tightrope. you're on what made you decide that. Everything i had in my knapsack was wonderful but i i just needed to find a new territory to go over. It was my dream to be an actress. From the time. I was very young. I was acting taking acting classes. I was directing people in my basement. Who weren't even there. This opportunity arose where it was asked to audition for this play and i was actually still working at much music. And moses gave me the time off so it was off for about six months. it was an amazing experience. I loved it so much and it reminded me that. I am a terrible actress and much better playing myself than somebody else. And how did that make you feel that. Say that i'm just gonna go back to what i have done in the past or did the Combination as a to set you off in a different course life. It just confirmed that. I can do anything i set my mind to. It was terrifying. I mean i. I got sick while i was doing it because i was stressed out. But i did it. And you know isn't that what life is about conquering your fears and doing something that scares you. Every day i did it. I survived so talk to me about that because in life very often we find ourselves in a situation where we're surrounded by experienced people immediately are sort of imposter syndrome click san. We don't deserve to be there. We're going to let people down and that often doesn't lead to great natural pharmacists. How did you overcome that so that you know. Let the natural. Eric come shining through. Even if you don't have the experience the natural erica would be hiding in a quarter but erica with boldface says. Get up and do it. This is what you wanna do is almost like i hear my mum's voice like go in do it. Because what is the alternative the alternative. Is you miss out on an incredible experience. Do it you now make a another big pivot and decide that you're going to become a songwriter. That's a tough profession. So what's interesting is that it isn't really a pivot. It's doing the same thing in a different medium. i'm a storyteller songs are stories put to music but you need to have a point of view. You need to have an idea. You need to have something you wanna share and you need in my mind. You need to do with people. So i come alive on gets collaborate with people. The other person may be much better in some ways. Or i may be stronger and other things in you sort of throw out the rules and you walk into a room and you walk out with something. That was nothing before you were there. And that's what turns me on. It's just creating something that didn't exist before which stood out the most janette time. May ho songwriter eroded children's book like a lot of people in their thirty saying that might be the path now going to focus on. But i guess the thing that happened was i got pregnant. I had well. I got married. And then i had kids and my world fell apart by this. Is tony chapman. You're listening to chatter that matters presented by rb. See we come back. We'll talk more about how mother is one of the most difficult things. Erica dip pies. Tony chapman host of chatted it matters presented by rbc small business owners are the heart of our economy. It's our collective interest to keep them meaning strong small business matter star be seen a big shout for their small business navigator portal that points the way to practical sources. Money saving offers in financial advice. Find out more at arby's dot com slash small business navigator. You're listening to chatter. That matters with tony chapman presented by rb. See this person who's an eight type list to make things happen. Free wheeler uh networker opportunist suddenly had to put all that aside and stay inside with my temperamental babies and that was really hard. Probably the hardest thing i've ever had to do in my life. Welcome back to china that matters. Same chatty with actor songwriter. Content creator entrepreneur humanitarian and early days a reluctant mother. Erica m. tell me a little bit more about married too. Young babies was. Did you feel like in some ways. You're in president. Because he wanted to do so many different things yet. Your your entire focus had to be with your children. Yes i did feel like i was in prison. And what i did something sparked in me and my passion to be a good parent. Because i really didn't understand what it took to be a parent set me on a path of learning. That's what i like to do. So i started to learn about parenting and then i was like Why don't i get paid to learn. And so. I got a job as the editor of parenting magazine. Really small one called. What's up kids. And that started my next journey. I guess you'd call it into the world creating content for parents. And that has been my most prolific time in my life and certainly the proudest time in my life. When you first came on the map from me. I mean i knew. Vj and a new year new as a celebrity. But i when i saw where. You're doing the yummy mummy. I you know television series and then you creating this club and trying to bring mums together. The talk and feel that this great karma denominator that took off like this is way before digital and creating the sense groups and stuff. You're way ahead of your time. Yeah that was a time where i invented. This.
"erica" Discussed on What Should I Do With My Life? Figuring it Out From Those Who (Seem to) Have it All Figured Out
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"erica" Discussed on What Should I Do With My Life? Figuring it Out From Those Who (Seem to) Have it All Figured Out
"Your employer for for your team organization above your own priorities our own goals and those things suffer because of that you will suffer as well. That is the most applicable thing that i don't think most people recognized when they're referring to this concept of being a team player is not of course about being like totally unselfish or lying lying on the on the sword for for your team or your your company but but rather it's just simply being able to understand the different dynamics and where you where you fit in how you're contributing and what the priorities are that you can. Most you know. Have an impact on and drive. That is totally outside of yourself. That is totally greater than than yourself and then of course this having to reconcile totally different personalities and totally different perspectives. Because a team. It's not ten people that are clone of the sick person right and a team is not necessarily like everybody your buddy buddy with and you enjoy being with your friends necessarily with you are. That's fantastic is the best Situation you can be in in the end there are so many differences and so many nuances that you you have to navigate and you'd have to just learn how to deal with that that is also a part of you know being a team player that i don't think gets as much recognition as as it needs. Erica what's on your bucket list. What is to come can expect from you. Okay so i decided this year is aspirational a going to be my year of no. It's just it's just a different tone and and probably you know very unexpected from everything that we've discussed leading up to this. But i've always really focused on how i can contribute and how i can make things better for everyone else in general. I'm just happy with the achievements right like a lot of people you know the last two years so has really put different things into perspective as far as realizing that there is a limit to what i can take on and what i can i can manage and delivered.
"erica" Discussed on What Should I Do With My Life? Figuring it Out From Those Who (Seem to) Have it All Figured Out
"I appreciated the fact that studying my masters also allowed me kind of clean slate and a lot more open doors. As far as pivoting as far as deciding you know what path. I wanted to take and not necessarily having to base that on what i had done before. In in retrospect. I could've decided to go into you know any other kind of discipline. Hold the phone erica. You go from six years of traveling. Practices playing nonstop. You get injured and had to rehab. And i'm sure physically as well as emotionally. That was very very challenging today. You're working sap which is a very very large corporation to me. I'm thinking of you on the court here. Wait i wrote this down from the court to corporate a and this is where you just sitting on a computer all day from running around the best walk all day like That's what it feels like to me. Like wow this is such a stark contrast to how you're living your life for six years now you're in an office in the corporate world. Can you tell a bit about that adjustment or what that felt like. You're absolutely correct. It was a big shift. But i do have to say that. At least i could ease into it with my internships and my master's stops it coincidentally enough my very first internship and my first real long-term long-term being six months experience in the corporate world was with adidas on one side. It was like okay now. I need to get used to coming into the office. And using my. Id badge everywhere sitting in my chair. It was a nice segue blending what i was used to and what i had to look forward to. As far as life in the business world and from there i've also been fortunate to be an environment and be with people that value learning and valued bringing different experiences. Different perspectives to what we're working on and what we're trying to achieve so in the grand scheme of things like yeah it was. It was difficult in the beginning but so many other people are also going through the exact same things as me and also have the same kinds of hobbies an interesting experiences outside of upside work rate. I guess in a similar note talking about this kind of common ground that you can find at work and at the same time sharing your personal experiences at sap you have shared in the past about your experiences as a.
Why We Should Stop Blaming Social Media for Depression
"Erica, I took a position and if you don't agree with me, I always tell guests, it's a non issue. But you may have, I'm sure you followed, given this is your field. That this huge report on The Wall Street Journal that Facebook which owns Instagram, it's come out that vast numbers of girls, teenage girls are depressed and 6% are even suicidal in thinking because of the bad body image that they get looking at other girls on Instagram. My reaction was such is life everybody on earth confronts people who are smarter than them better looking than them brighter than them more successful than them better spouse than they think they have better kids than they think they have better income than they think they have. That the answer is not to shut it down, but to teach your daughter resilience. That's my position. What do you think? Well, you're right and saying that Facebook isn't the cause of mental disorders, but it's an amplifier. So social media is a kind of amplifier of the underlying fragility of many adolescents. So if you take an adolescent who has a very strong emotionally secure background and you introduce them to modest amounts of social media, they may not have that kind of extreme reaction as a more fragile adolescent who hasn't had that healthy emotionally healthy secure background. And I write about that in my first book that you have always been a great supporter of mine and I'm so grateful. But my first book is about how you create the emotional foundation in children. So heading into adolescence, there are more secure, so they can be more resilient and withstand the pressures of things like social media.
"erica" Discussed on By His Grace
"You. He has good plans for you. And when he formed you in your mother's womb he gave you giftedness and when you chose to follow him he then gave you spiritual giftedness and he has plans to use it so pressed into jesus get your eyes on jesus get in his word cray journal and let god's plan on hold for your life and get out of your head it your face in the book and start to live like it's true love love love it and i'm so glad that you have been with us today. Erica so thank you again for being a guest on by his grace. Y'all go grab this book and get alone with god and then get your journal and allow him to speak life into you. Thanks so much they you misty. Thank you for joining me today. On by his grace. I hope you've enjoyed listening. And are encouraged by our guest today. I would love for you to visit my blog misty. Philip dot com for more encouragement. You can find me on social media as misty. Philip and i would love to connect with you there..
"erica" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"In the rule west rule east or any of the towns and cities in between one where everyone can live with dignity every tire with a two. We are building a north carolina where god given potential will be in his by system bid to look us up and not sworn by one minute to hold us down a north carolina that works for all of us. Eric smith and together we can transform this state and change the world there. You go erica for. Us dot com is where you can get the website. That's the website and erica. Your twitter is at erica for us. Sdn right i think hello. Oh erica your mic is muted. We need to get your mike. Okay and i know how he. I figured out how to get you through the video but Erica you're back with us. So erica for us. Dot com is the website for us. Erica for us dot com. Well in us as well. Yep both erica erica. For you and eric i i have a question Something that i've been wondering about when you're going through these hundred counties in one hundred days in these very republican areas and speaking to people. What are they interested in. what what what. What is it that they want to hear about. I mean i know. You're running on a very populist kind of program and do do you make an impression on these people. There's something that you say that get to them. Erica okay erica. We're not hearing you for some reason. You know what can turn off that background. So we're not hearing you Erica we're having audio issues all right and we just lost. Erica there Maybe she's gonna come back in sorry about that how he So howie klein is still with us. Hopefully erica is.
"erica" Discussed on Journey of Ruth
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Larry David Was ‘Relieved’ to Be Cut From Barack Obama’s Birthday Party Guest List
"This is so typical. So if you're a fan of. Larry david or familiar you know. He doesn't like to be an awkward situation. Just in general led the. That's how he was on his show on curb your enthusiasm. That's how he is in real life. That's how he is when he wrote seinfeld. So larry david. He was relieved when he got uninvited. To barack obama's lavish sixtieth birthday party. Last weekend you heard all about it. You know erica. do apologize for you know. however she acted but So this larry david said. He explained that he feared by going to the party. They would kinda put him in that awkward position of. Hey d- mind you in a few minutes of you know. Stand up on. Larry beggars laughing dance. Dance monkey dance. Fortunately so here's the thing because things got scaled back whether he wanted to make the argument of you know people are like. Hey how are you throwing a party during the pandemic. They scaled the party back. Larry david got the cut from the list. Which at the end of the day guaranteed this will make. This will make a story line in an upcoming episode of curb your enthusiasm. Not only does he get cut from party list. He get cuts from the president's party. He goes when he told me. I i was eighty-six from the party. I was so relieved. I screen thank you thank you. He must have thought. I was insane. I i wonder if obama call. Larry need to tell you
"erica" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
"I'm super stoked. That you downloaded found this episode. I believe in luck. I don't believe in just blind chance. I believe in providence and know that you are here for reading so you're listening to this episode enjoy. I'm sure what has something for you. Just ask that question today. We have a really great gas. I'm excited to share her story and have her with us. she's a speaker. She's an author of three bible studies including her most recent called letting god be enough. Why striving keeps you stuck and how surrender said you freeze it. Sort of upside down kingdom thinking i think our guest is erica. Wigan horn erica. Welcome the halfway there. Oh thanks for letting review here. I like pretending. I'm halfway right. Yes i know. I called that. 'cause i figured we're all on the jury right. Were never actually get anywhere. Don't get there. We're always halfway. Plus it's a little hat tip to my favorite band. Never bon jovi. So gotta go with that but Erica welcome. i'm glad that you're here. And i would love to hear. Give kind of broad brief introduction. But tell us more about you and we're going to have you're right now. Wow god got me right now so My latest book One of the things got is repeatedly Laid on on my heart and in my mind as Over the course of the last few years in writing studies is you can't teach what you won't live and so it very much seems that whatever study book i'm working on working through god definitely saying all right. Let's let's live this out. But in letting god be enough. The gist of that book is really centered. On the life of moses who i affectionately call the greatest self doubter of the bible and it was birthed in my heart through my own struggle with a fear of inadequacy fear of failure. Fear of not being enough on imposter syndrome. Cau- it's got a lot of different names but overcoming that fear is a big part of my own spiritual journey and so that was really borne out of that and so god in his wonderful sense of humor. Eric continues to put me in positions where i have to be brave and base fear head on. So that's where i'm at right now is learning to be ray. That's that's perfect okay. There's no doubt a story to all of that. And i can't wait to hear it so that'll be really wonderful. Let's let's go. Let's dive in so where you from. I am originally from southern california. Are i married my college sweetheart. We were at zip pacific university together and He went to medical school so after we graduated. We got married six weeks after we graduated And he went to medical school in southern california and then we moved to michigan for seven years for his residency and then we moved to north carolina or the first three years of him practicing medicine and then we moved out to arizona to the phoenix area. How when My father at the time grew very ill and we wanted to be closer to parents. And that's where we are now so we have a seventeen year old daughter and a fifteen year old son. So you know how to pray for me raising two teenagers and we love it here and this is home now. i love phoenix. That's a great place to be. My grandparents used to winter down there and so every couple of years we get to go down and catch a spring training game and And get to see them a lot of iowans who win. Why is what is that. What is that about gerard. And there's no snow a yeah that could get there too. Which is which is cool. So i feel a special connection to arizona awesome. That's really interesting. So you grew up in southern california which i have to tell you as an iowan seems very exotic to me right like seems like was must have been amazing probably may probably just normal but so what was that like and what feeling was the spiritual climate. Yeah so i grew up in a family that My parents i would say they were both christians but we were not active church goers faith was not a regular part of our life so i was the kid who got the new easter dress in wins church on easter and christmas and was about it or when my grandparents visited we went church. Because if you knew my grandfather there was absolutely no way you are going to be in his presence on a sunday morning and not be in church. That was non negotiable. So when i was about eight years old. My grandparents moved from tennessee out to southern california where they could be in more temperate climate and they moved into retirement center of that. Had you had your own home but it was like a retirement city. We have a lot of those out here in phoenix. I don't know if you have those. In denver. But we have everywhere in phoenix. The phoenix the only place. I've ever seen that. But i'm sure everywhere. Yeah so this a retirement community. Had you know their own grocery store and post office and they had their own churches. And so i spent just about every weekend with my grandparents from the time that they moved out here and we i would of course go with them to church and because it was a retirement community. There was no children's church or sunday smaller. Anything like that. I was you know one of the five people in the sanctuary under sixty five and there was this massive pulpit that sort of seemed to suspend from the sky with this giant of a man in a flowing robe who had a very voice and propensity to pound on that hope it when he got very excited and that was really my first consistent church experience and that kind of terrified me a little bit of to be honest with you. I believe in. God i knew god existed He seemed to be somebody that was very distant. Very powerful not Not loving not kind. I sort of had this weird idea. That god the father was a lot like that big giant man in the black flowing robe and then jesus was the guy who walked around. You know patting children on heads and had the.
Louisville, Missouri: 26-Year-Old Sheriff's Deputy Killed in Ambush Shooting
"A twenty six year. Old sheriff's deputy was gunned down brandon shirley last week he was working a security job at rockford lane auto sales in of jefferson county. Sheriff john. Aubrey said the young man was rushed to a hospital where he died. The louisville police chief erica shields said shirley targeted an ambushed.
Strategic Advisor Boris Epshteyn Wants to Change the GOP From the Inside
"You are right that there is. There is a an indelible change in conservative politics. Because there is a maga- base there is america. First brand i am still. I look at the january six select committee. I still see a gop establishment. That either doesn't understand what happened. In two thousand sixteen all is truly convinced it is a blip an anomaly and it's back to business mutual backscratching with the democrats. What is your balance sheet of of the establishment. Conservative movement can Let's just put our establishment. And what can be or should be done about it. It's all about the elections. We've got to elect maga- kanye twenty twenty two we because no matter how much we think that establishment. The rhinos are with us. You look what happens right. And then you've got mitch mcconnell. Who's a stone cold killer over-sunned january says completely misplaced hand goes all in against president trump thinking. Oh trump's don trump and there was like seventy two hour period right after all you know we've got rid of them wrong but so many people said that he's done he's done right and i said max he's got a drawback a little bit right but then the second impeachment comes and it's like nancy. How completely played into our hands. President trump's hand so my balance sheet is that we've got to elect mega conservatives magazines. Say it's not you and me. That will erica. That organized that the gop is the machine. So how do we fight the machine. That has the money that has the local offices that you we can say yeah. We want maga- candidates but there's this thing in between us and the maga- candidates called the rmc well in some ways. You know both you. And i look at missouri. I'm helping your endorsed eric. Writings right. that is a candidate who this talisman is not a big fan of right and that's how we and for those that's impacted for people at home call. You support financial support publicly. You support these candidates and it's been proven tom. Go back to twenty ten. We'll out of the oldest management republicans lost and. We're take out taken by the tea party. But eric cantor and others dot is what happens when the movement comes out and the movement is still able to make a huge difference in this country a huge difference and i think that's i think that's going to continue to happen and we who humbly the leaders of this movement. You're obviously all under the leadership of president trump. We've got to keep pushing because if we stay silent establishment. That's when we
Why Larry Elder Is Fighting for the Governorship of California
"Yes i am running for governor of california. I've been officially erica. Politicians for all of a little more than two weeks and in two weeks according to the polls i have twenty three percent my next rival. I forget how much he has been very much. I'm already the front runner on the republican side but that probably isn't even that That big of a deal because this to stamp deal The voters in california. I have to vote to recall gavin. Newsom there requires fifty percent plus one voter to do so that it will be added up later on and assuming fifty percent plus one have voted to remove gavin newsom. Then you go to. Who do you want to replace him. And so far. I'm the leader. But the reason i'm getting into this race eric is because of the way this man has shut down the state in the more severe way any of the other forty nine states. He literally was sitting at the french restaurant called. The french. laundry hadn't even heard of until in this happened in napa valley. He incurred a twelve thousand dollar wine tab by the way we taxpayers have to spend but more were had to pay more than that he was sitting there with the very lobbyist and a medical fresh knows his cabinet That draft very mandates that he was violating but not wearing masks by not socially distancing that we have the problem rising crime or the problem of rising home. Is this the first time in our state's history Net migration out of california and the primary reason that people making between fifty and one hundred k. Give leaving california is that they cannot afford the price of a
Where Does Harassment Report Leave Andrew Cuomo?
"Calls for New York governor Andrew Cuomo to resign mounts with his impeachment probe widening after investigators substantiated sexual harassment and assault allegations against him from eleven women the state Attorney General says Cuomo's harassment ranged from inappropriate comments to forced kisses and groping the probe was civil not criminal so we can't find the governor guilty but the all the DA says he's requesting the investigative materials and encourages victims to come forward meanwhile in a taped response Cuomo continues to deny he sexually harassed anyone with you seriously disturbing slide show that was nothing short of devastating Erica Vladimir cofounder of sexual harassment working group says he's doing that to complicate the fax Julie Walker New York
Eryca Freemantle Talks Diversity in the Beauty Industry
"You've been working with the bt industry as you just said to embrace old tunsil shades all sizes all ages of women for very long time to. How is this message been received. Oh wow you know for me first. Foremost for you to a message out there for it to be authentic. You have to leave it. You have to believe it. So i had been even it for up my whole professional career without realizing it and it was always erica free rental. The voice erica. Fremantle spokesperson erika fremantle. The one that was came to offer quotes. And then i sat down one day. And i said look. I'm a black woman under. I am adopt scheme blackman and i've racist prejudice. Cycads him. You know all of those detrimental remarks. i've heard but i've also heard delete some very positive things as well and my career started out with naomi. Campbell pat mcgrath for those of you. That doesn't know who office. She's the most successful makeup artist on the planet. And naimi we campbell the most successful mordue on the planet Started out at the same time. They're londoners goes from london. So you know i think they are about the only to the existing from my era so the only three of us. So there's something that had to be said about. Officers londoners starting acuras in that era so i was always embracing on the people remember. My story started out. I told you competitive makeup. Where there was any there was an international classroom anyway so i let about lots of different cultures and skin types and undetermined before every nine knew what they were and i came up with this name embracing tones of women. I decided to create a business company under that name. And you know the names quite known especially when it comes to diversity. Even though i try to tell people yes. I am a black woman. Yes it is black lead but it's not just for black people and what we do is educate empower outlive and hopefully inspire people who've in the beauty industry to become
"erica" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Welcome to the alley on the run show. I'm your host alley feller and this is the on the job series where we hear from women who have cool unique interesting careers and of course. These women are all runners so in addition to hearing about what they do all day we find out how running fits into so far on season. Five of this series we heard from casting director a morning news anchor a professional ballet dancer a commercial truck driver and they symphony orchestra conductor. Today i am the railed at long last. This episode is long overdue the to welcome my friend. Erica sarah reese to the show. Erica is a jewelry designer and she is the owner and founder. And well everything doer at. Erica sarah designs. It's very likely that you have one of her pieces. I'm wearing two of them right now. On this episode erica shares. The story of how she went from working in the fashion industry with brands like coach and barneys new york to breaking out and becoming an entrepreneur and small business owner for erica. Designing jewelry started as a side hobby and a way to celebrate her own running accomplishments but when a friend asked her to design a custom piece for her. It all started to snowball today. Erica sarah designs can be seen at finish lines across the country and on professional athletes including molly huddle elysium on tanio colleen quigley and so many more. Everyone loves their eric. Sarah designs and a special treat for everyone listening. Erica has generously. Offered a discount code for allie on the run show listeners. I know i'm going to be taking advantage of this. Go at treat yourself or a loved one to a super special piece. That will be made by erica herself. Go to erica. Sarah dot com and use code on the run at checkout. You will get fifteen percent off your order. That's erica sarah. No h so e. r. I c. a. s. a. r. a. dot com. Use code on the run for fifteen.
"erica" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"That's pretty That's that could leave someone quite raw. And and feeling quite rejected and confused working with my coaches who i talked to him about it and he. He had a very different approach to to the whole situation. Said i worry about people i mean. First of all. I'm sorry. I had to go through that. In second wouldn't opponent didn't have someone else right. That's a pretty yeah. I'm sure i would get somebody else but but yeah i would've felt very confused a thing. Yeah well i yeah well. I'm glad that you're working with this with this with this life coach. Because if you have it's based on you know how you feel. And what kind of how you relate to the person and if you feel like you can be yourself and you feel like you can open up to someone and you feel like you can honestly communicate. That's good therapy. You know that could be a good therapeutic or good. Coaching relationship emotional rights. You feel safe to examine your own stuff to say what you need to say to challenge the therapist to. Yeah he'll challenge. He's very challenging and it's but it's different because i can. I know that he has my best interest at heart. You know when he acknowledges me thoughts for poor yup exactly. he's wonderful. He's helped me a lot of great. I'm so glad you have that. That's really nice. Can you cannot get his number off the air now. I give it to you kidding when i say those things but now now erica. I'm curious like how has your performing. How is your stand-up changed now that you have this. This approach and naive. Put a pause on dating. And you've you're taking care of yourself and maybe a different way. Does that affect your standup. I think so because you know my coach is all about just being myself now. He's just like you just need to be yourself and stop identifying as because i kept saying things like my act my act and he's like stop calling it your act you just be yourself up there..
"erica" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"When i'm trying to work on that just let them go just notice them. Observe them and release them. Don't beat yourself up for beating yourself up. Yeah that's what seals it in a lot of time in. That is a comment. Such a common thing for me in such common practice for a lot of people. And i say it's a common practice because even though if you're even if you're not you're not conscious about it you're always practicing something you are and when you're negative thoughts without checking yourself you're practicing that and getting better and better and better parkway's right so when you do what we're saying practice it all the time you don't have to practice date practice at anytime. You're engaging with someone else you'll get better and better at communicating with people with more ease in controlling those negative thoughts which are a bit runaway for a lot of people. Everything is a practice. So why not. Why not you know for a minute. A day practice. You know feeling good practice imagining something that you want that. Would that could be a good thing all right. Well i i wanna bring in our guest. Now who's been patiently waiting since the early forties on this person a boy. I knew her time ago when she first started really doing. Stand up now. She is a standup veteran with their own. Special on amazon prime called love the on roads. Erica rhodes erica. I'm so happy to be talking to you. How hard you're pandemic going. Oh spin it's been great. I don't believe you. Yeah i don't know how to answer that it's been up and down and all over the place just like everybody else you. You're a person who you know. I've seen you talk about dating. I've seen you know some of your material some of the things that you say about dating. What part of it is the most challenging for you. How do you think you want to change it of jennifer was saying. I've decided actually just not date right now..
"erica" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Hello and welcome. This is on mike with jordan rich. If the pandemic has taught us anything it's how important connection in life and business is and when that connection is blocked circumstances beyond our control. How frustrating and costly it can be. We've all been forced to rely on the godsend of digital technology but navigating. It has been many challenge today. We're going to learn more about a better way to connect with others particularly in the business world with the help of erica doin. She's a high powered author entrepreneur coach and public speaker. And she's all about bringing people together. First book was get big. Things done a huge success and she's out with another one now called digital body language out a bill trust and connection no matter the distance so since i'm all about building connections through conversation.
"erica" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Hi. This is Julie for the kindle chronicles. Today is September eleventh twenty twenty, the nineteenth anniversary of the attacks on the twin towers and the Pentagon. Quite a somber day I'm sure it'll be a day. The rest of my life that will have that resonance of. Recalling the images on the screen when we were watching in Casper Wyoming that mornings so. it's just never fails to. Trigger a sense of. Fragility and? Also resilience for everything that's happened since then then hopefully that same resilience. At play in the current crises. Meanwhile back in the world of books I have an exciting interviews to bring to you today I spoke with Erica Bauermeister and author from Port Townsend Washington whose most recent Book House lessons renovating a life was nearly two decades in the making because track the. Renovation of very old very rickety house and it was published this year in March right as the pandemic was. Making its debut as something to change everything all over the world. Strangely. Enough. The insights of the book about home and the quality of life turn out to be very timely indeed as you'll hear. Also in this episode, I've got some comments that I want to catch up with. And I really appreciate getting e mail from you. You can send me email at pod chronicles. gmail.com. I. Get ideas for stories and interviews and I I whenever possible I like to get some of these comments to share with the general community. But even if I don't read an email that you sent me recently know that I read everything and really appreciate them. So with that, let's turn to the interview. Erica.
"erica" Discussed on KOMO
"Erica wants to be open and Americans want to be open the president's guidelines call for a phased approach states would be able to move to phase one after they see a two week decline in the number of people with COPD symptoms and in the percentage of people testing positive for the virus they would also need to implement a robust testing program for healthcare workers including the emergency anti body testing once a state can check those boxes people would still be advised to maintain social distancing and avoid socializing in groups of more than ten but businesses could look at ways to slowly return to work if states are able to go two weeks without a rebound of covert cases they can move to phase two where you could see places like restaurants movie theaters and bars re opening with social distancing protocols one careful step at a time and some states will be able to open up sooner than others some states are you not in the kind of trouble that others are in the guidelines come as New York Los Angeles and Washington DC extend their shutdowns until at least may fifteenth what happens after then I don't know no political decisions knoll motional decisions data and science we're talking about human lives here here the numbers are heading in the right direction but slowly the bad news is two thousand people walk into hospital yesterday for the first time with the disease and the worst news is six hundred people died yesterday from the disease doctors like Melanie Milloy in a relentless battle for weeks I have a great babysitter who helps me a lot but sometimes it's a little bit hard to Texas inside the emergency department at Mount Sinai Brooklyn apartment thirty five to read on their own and learn and then later she's encouraged that fewer patients are coming in but says one of the most difficult parts of the job treating her own colleagues who fallen ill so I just need to get out and heed the for a little bit sometimes second New York banding together with six other states to plan for re opening out west California Oregon and Washington forging a similar alliance and now a new coalition of seven midwestern states including Ohio where governor Mike DeWine announced a plan for some businesses to reopen on may first we must get people back to work governor DeWine brandishing a mask his wife Fran made for him he was one of the first governors to act on the covert threat governors and health officials alike agree the key to the future is testing and tracking the contacts of people who are infected to prevent further spread Bill Gates who famously warned about the current pandemic has become a focal point for conspiracy theories almost Corwin hate reports some believe gates is leveraging the outbreak for global control gates is often viewed as a pandemic profit thanks to the prediction he made during a Ted talk five years ago if anything kills over ten million people in the next two decades it's most likely to be a highly infectious virus since then gates has made frequent public appearances to advocate for social distancing widespread testing and eventually covert nineteen vaccination on a massive scale video blogger Dr Todd Grande details of the resulting conspiracy theory argues that gates will fund the development of a vaccine that will contain a microchip so the mission here of gates under this conspiracy theory is that he wants to sell vaccines track people in control people in some versions of the theory the Microsoft co founder actually created the virus gates is aware of the theories telling China central television last week you were in a crazy situation so there's going to be crazy rumors Corwin hake komo news at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news stocks rallied to a higher close Friday's investors latch on the strands of hope about progress in the fight against the corona virus the.