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Cops investigating Idaho stabbings say stalker tips unproven
"Investigators continued to run down leads in the fatal stabbings of four university of Idaho students, I Norman hall. Idaho authorities say they have no suspect or weapon more than a week after the November 13th killings, the students were killed in their sleep, police in the town of Moscow say hundreds of leads have been pursued. Detectives of an unable to verify that one of the victims may have been stalked, Stacey Chapin is the mother of victim Ethan Chapin. She says there's been an outpouring of support from around the country. You're outreach and kind words are profoundly touching. Please know we now consider all of you Friends. Lisa asked for public assistance. I Norman hall
Michigan teen pleads guilty to killing 4 in school shooting
"A Michigan teen pleads guilty to killing four in a school shooting last year Is it your own choice to plead guilty Yes So 16 year old Ethan crumbley who pleaded guilty to all 24 charges that included terrorism and first degree murder in a Michigan school shooting that killed four students last November Oakland county assistant prosecutor Mark key in court He made the decision after substantial reflection to commit first degree premeditated murder A first degree murder conviction typically brings an automatic life prison sentence in Michigan but teens are entitled to a hearing at which their lawyer can argue for a shorter term I'm Shelley Adler
Ethan Buchman and Zaki Manian Deep Dive on ATOM 2.0
"Thank you for joining us guys for this very important conversation about Adam two. Yeah, give us a bit of a give us the arch of how this how we got here. Adam people and I was announced that Cosmo verse, I guess now three weeks ago, what's happened since then and did it go as you expected? I mean, I think the main the main goal was to kick off a vigorous conversation about Adam's political economy. And I think that has clearly been achieved. This is the most vigorous set of discussions we've seen today, and it's quite delightful. To actually see all that and to see the passion and enthusiasm about the project. And there were some very bold offers, let's say, in the paper, and so there's rightly so. That's kicked off a lot of discussions with controversy, there's going to need to be changes, but we wanted to kick this thing off with a bang. And put out a really strong vision for what the future of the cosmos hub could look like in that should include some potentially large controversial controversial changes that might need to get worked out. And so I think we're really excited about the level of engagement we've seen and there's work now on a charter. There's a lot of discussions around how we are going to do governance moving forward and all this stuff. And so at coughing versus sort of talked about how there's these sort of three big phases of cosmos, you know, start with this initiation phase, which we completed, which started with a white paper, which we shipped in completion, right? And now we're moving into the integration phase, and this has its own white paper for the hub, but there's a lot more to it. And it's really about upgrading the overall political economy of the energy and ecosystem of the cosmos hub and that process is kicking off now. So this podcast and all the other discussions are kind of a big part of that. And what's the phase three? Phase three I call the illumination phase. We're all finally awakened to the reality of the payments graph and crypto finally has its impact on the world and we can break out of our speculative crypto bubbles and actually meaningfully restructure the global monetary system.
Teen expected to plead guilty in Michigan high school shooting
"A teenager accused of killing four fellow students and entering more at a Michigan high school is expected to plead guilty to murder Ethan crumley had created images of violence during a classroom assignment last November but was not sent home from Oxford high school in court prosecutor marquise says crumley later went into a school bathroom with a backpack and came out with a gun At that point he methodically and deliberately walked on the hallway aiming the firearm at students in firing Chief assistant prosecutor David Williams says crumley is expected to plead guilty Monday to all 24 charges including terrorism Investigators say crumbley's parents had declined to take him home on the day of the shooting but were told to get him into counseling
Arsenal beats Brentford to stay top; Everton gets 1st win
"Arsenal is back atop the Premier League table after a one day absence following a three zero win over Brentford Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta even had the luxury of sending on 15 year old Ethan one area for the final few minutes making him the youngest player ever to appear in a Premier League game And how that feeling from yesterday that in the opportunity could come that I was going to do it And I just don't Fabio Vieira marked his first league start with the goal in the 49th minute defender William saliba and Gabrielle Jesus both scored with headers in the first half I'm Dave ferry
Dodgers clinch playoff spot -- for real this time
"LA Dodgers down to Arizona 6 nothing to clinch a playoff spot Mike trope built it a home run in his 7th straight game one shy of a major league record in the LA angels 5 four lost to Cleveland Houston said nothing over Detroit as framber Valdez tossed a complete game shut off for the Astros The NL central race the Chicago Cubs beat the New York mets 5 two the Met stranded ten men on base for manager buck showalter We just couldn't cash in a lot of opportunities We had that was frustrating for us because we created some opportunities with some very advanced just couldn't catch them in Myths remain a game and a half ahead of Atlanta the braves lost to San Francisco three two Bol bietz Ethan and two run Homer left the
School shooting suspect may testify at parents' trial
"The suspect in a deadly school shooting in Michigan may testify at his parents trial Ethan crumley is accused of killing four fellow students at Oxford high school James and Jennifer crumbley are charged with involuntary manslaughter for failing to reasonably care for their son Judge Cheryl Matthews says some text messages can be used at the trial I actually asked my dad to take me to the doctor yesterday but he just gave me some pills and told me to suck it out And quote my mom laughed when I told her unquote Shannon Smith is an attorney representing Jennifer crumley She says this is not about the charges against Ethan crumley He can answer questions that are not covered by the Fifth Amendment So we can call him as a witness Smith says calling the son to testify is not about the parents wanting to throw him under the bus or make him look bad It's about her clients defending the case I'm Ed
U.S. Army private admits plotting attack on military unit
"A 24 year old army private charged with plotting to kill members of his unit was planning an Internet fantasy defense before he ultimately pled guilty Friday in Manhattan federal court Prosecutors say Ethan melzer from Kentucky plotted online to arrange an attack on his army unit in 2020 Court papers reveal his lawyers were building a defense claiming he was merely indulging in fantasy chats similar to a former New York City police officer who several years ago was charged with plotting to rape kill and eat women in a case dubbed the cannibal cop Melser thought he was communicating with the order of 9 angels or O 9 a a radical group but instead it was really government informants authorities say he joined the military to infiltrate its ranks on behalf of the group that embraces neo Nazi anti semitic and satanic beliefs Julie Walker New York
Athanasiou scores in OT, Kings rally to beat Bruins 3-2
"The Los Angeles Kings forced overtime with just twenty six seconds remaining in regulation and then defeated the Boston Bruins in the extra session three to two the kings needed only one minute and fifty three seconds in O. T. for Andreas Ethan ASU to score the game winner after Trevor Moore tied it in the final minute of the third the Bruins started the scoring in the first the kings answered with a goal just one minute and nine seconds later but it was the Bruins who took it to one advantage until just twenty six seconds left in regulation Greg Caskey Boston
"ethan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Your life. Yeah, so I mean, I've covered this a lot on my various social media platforms because I like to talk about how there's a lot of trying to find the best way to put it. There's a lot of veil drawn across sort of like the world of acting and performing. Where it's sort of seen as this kind of promised land. This kind of gold at the end of the rainbow where everything's fine. But the reality of it is that we're all independent contractors fighting for parts. And that is difficult. It's a tough industry. It's hard. Like 99% of the roles you go for, you'll be knocked back. I've had more job interviews than most people have had hot dinners. And when the going's good, it's great. But when it's bad, like there's nothing to do. So this would have been to sort of line up the date here. Bad education was 2012 when I started there. And then I did like fine for like a fair few years. I did afterlife series one and then the roles just dropped off a cliff. This would have been sort of mid 2018. Gotcha. And realizing that I didn't have enough money in the bank, like, you know, I couldn't afford rent coming up, and it was like, right, well, I've got to bite the bullet. So off I went. I was like, let's go. Let's take on some temp work. And the idea was that it would sort of stabilize me and then I'll be able to sort of launch myself back in. All guns blazing. And it'd be like, yeah, this would be 6 weeks max and then 11 months later, I'm still there having not got another car. But then after life series two came through and that was that was the guiding light that would have been against all that mid 2019. So after I'd say it's two really really came in clutch. Yeah. In that time, because actors a lot of them, you know, they talk about the jobs they had that were not acting just to get through those the down period. The time where you don't have the influx of jobs coming in. Did you learn anything from non acting jobs that you can apply to your craft? Did you learn anything? If so Ethan, what did you take away from those times where you weren't where you wanted to be? And you had to do things that, you know, non acting jobs that you really would, surely you prefer to be on the stage or in front of a camera completely get it. But what did you learn about those times where you didn't get you weren't performing as an actor? Well, I mean, I think his first think first it would be important to stress that I liked delivering pizza. But it wasn't sort of like, you know, this kind of endless purgatory, where I was like, no, I'm destined for more. You know, I had fun. I enjoyed myself and I learned a lot. Yeah, taking the whole year out. It was a humbling experience. And not to say that you know I was doing so super well that I needed to be bored down. But it was a reminder that this is all temporary. Like, you know, my career exists sort of by the grace and favor of those who have come before me. And to our offering the parts out. And in terms of practical skills, I'm way better at driving. Like, I'll tell you what.
"ethan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"You want to change, you know, storytelling is there's so many ways to do it. And you seem like the type of person that is really good at what you do as far as, you know, you mentioned what you just said and the storytelling in general. There's so many ways to do it and from a comedic point of view, it's just so interesting how people choose to approach that, Ethan. Well, I'm like, I like to consider myself kind of like a blunt instrument of the script. Right. Like, you know, I'm my job is essentially to bring what's on the script to the screen of the stage or wherever I am. To bring that bring that image into reality. And so much of what is discussed about acting and the craft of it. You can get so caught in the weeds on sort of like the technical aspects and sort of like the craft and the stanislavski but all the theory. But realistically, the best kind of acting is the one where you are able to just simply portray the words that are on the script on the screen. And it works as a one to one. You're a conduit for the art that you're creating in a way. If that makes sense, that's a very wanky way of putting it. No, but it's a very right, but it's a very clear way of putting it too. You know,.
Parents charged in Michigan school shooting face key hearing
"The the the the parents parents parents parents of of of of the the the the Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan teen teen teen teen accused accused accused accused of of of of killing killing killing killing four four four four classmates classmates classmates classmates last last last last year year year year are are are are facing facing facing facing a a a a key key key key hearing hearing hearing hearing today today today today on on on on whether whether whether whether they'll they'll they'll they'll stand stand stand stand trial trial trial trial James James James James and and and and Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer crumbly crumbly crumbly crumbly are are are are charged charged charged charged with with with with involuntary involuntary involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter manslaughter manslaughter alleged alleged alleged alleged to to to to have have have have made made made made a a a a gun gun gun gun accessible accessible accessible accessible to to to to their their their their son son son son Ethan Ethan Ethan Ethan and and and and failing failing failing failing to to to to intervene intervene intervene intervene when when when when he he he he showed showed showed showed signs signs signs signs of of of of mental mental mental mental distress distress distress distress their their their their lawyers lawyers lawyers lawyers are are are are asking asking asking asking for for for for a a a a postponement postponement postponement postponement of of of of today's today's today's today's hearing hearing hearing hearing to to to to allow allow allow allow more more more more time time time time to to to to prepare prepare prepare prepare the the the the judge judge judge judge will will will will determine determine determine determine if if if if there's there's there's there's enough enough enough enough evidence evidence evidence evidence to to to to send send send send the the the the parents parents parents parents to to to to trial trial trial trial the the the the crumbly crumbly crumbly crumbly is is is is dispute dispute dispute dispute their their their their son son son son had had had had easy easy easy easy access access access access to to to to the the the the gun gun gun gun and and and and they they they they should should should should have have have have known known known known he he he he was was was was planning planning planning planning to to to to use use use use it it it it separately separately separately separately Ethan Ethan Ethan Ethan crumbly crumbly crumbly crumbly will will will will be be be be tried tried tried tried as as as as an an an an adult adult adult adult his his his his lawyers lawyers lawyers lawyers filed filed filed filed a a a a notice notice notice notice of of of of an an an an insanity insanity insanity insanity defense defense defense defense Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxford high high high high school school school school just just just just reopened reopened reopened reopened late late late late last last last last month month month month two two two two months months months months after after after after the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
"ethan" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"This is the strategy I use. I just remind myself Ethan, it's happened before. You always feel better about it in the morning. And that really instantly takes the edge off for me. And usually lets me get back to bed if that's not sufficient Netflix usually seals the deal. But that's one way of using mental time travel. You can also go back in time, right? So and I've done this with the pandemic in moments of despair early on in the pandemic. My kids are struggling with virtual learning and we're all on top of each other. When is this ever going to end?.
More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting
"Two two parents parents charged charged with with their their son son in in a a Michigan Michigan school school shooting shooting failed failed to to get get their their bond bond reduced reduced James James and and Jennifer Jennifer Crumley Crumley are are charged charged with with involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter four four people people were were shot shot and and killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school prosecutor prosecutor mark mark he's he's told told the the judge judge there there were were warning warning signs signs about about their their fifteen fifteen year year old old son son Ethan Ethan instead instead they they bought bought the the gun gun he he used used at at the the school school he he displayed displayed terrifying terrifying tendencies tendencies and and behaviors behaviors and and he he literally literally sketched sketched out out what what he he planned planned to to do do in in his his journal journal in in the the throngs throngs Keast Keast says says the the teenager teenager had had hallucinations hallucinations and and was was torturing torturing and and killing killing animals animals suffered suffered from from a a bird bird that that he's he's working working in in a a jar jar for for six six months months and and Crumley Crumley is is charged charged as as an an adult adult with with murder murder and and other other crimes crimes defense defense attorney attorney at at Merrill Merrill Lehman Lehman argued argued for for lower lower bond bond trying trying to to sleep sleep your your honor honor they they weren't weren't they they are are not not like like wrist wrist tape tape from from W. W. X. X. Y. Y. Z. Z. Leman Leman insist insist the the crime crime lease lease didn't didn't know know a a school school shooting shooting was was in in the the works works I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
"ethan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And extraordinary. Yeah. Yeah, that's kind of the way I was trying to explain what it's like reading Chester, and I think a lot of authors. It feels like if you're on a high on a hiking trail, they're like, way, way up ahead of you. And they're trying to explain to you what they see and they're way up there. And it's our time comprehending because they're way smarter and they're way up there. They got it all figured out. Chesterton it's like he keeps hanging back and he's like, you're missing all this back here. He's things that people feel like they've already covered, you know, all the, they think they cover all these just cliches and things and they still go to the deep stuff. And he's like, no, you just walked right past this a leaf or the name Smith or whatever it is. You know, he says he was accused of making mountains out of mole hills and he said, you know, I can give no greater manufacture than to make mountains out of molehills. What's wrong with that? So that's the first essay in the book is where he is tremendous trifles making a big deal out of little things. And that's a huge estrogen thing. I think the reason it's so powerful is because it is very we're talking about something called wisdom. In truth. And in a funny way, you can't do better than Chesterton unless you get to, for example, Jesus. I mean, it's very hard to find anybody who has this pithy way of saying nothing and everything and common and it's just, it's kind of mind-blowing and it gets right at the heart of truth itself, as I mentioned, I like gesture ten. We'll be right back with Ethan Nicole. And sing that song. Folks I'm talking to Ethan Nicole, NIC O LL, E, the book is about Chesterton. We're talking more about Jessica, but Ethan, I got to ask you, where did you grow up? And when did you first know that you were not like other people? I grew up mostly in Oregon. We moved there when I was around 7. So small town, the coos county area, coos bay, north bend, that area, if anybody knows it, if you were driven up to Oregon coast, the small town out there. I was out there until my mid 20s moved to Portland. You know, where all the burnings and the people? That's what's happening. There's actually when I moved there, I went into kind of a depression because I thought that was going to be the amazing. I was going to find out because I always wanted to be a comic artist, I wanted to be in cartoons and comics. And there's a whole community of people like that there. So I thought, oh, I'm going to find my people. When I got there, I found they were very narrow minded. They were all very left leaning at an idea of how you should think and how you should believe if you are a comic artist, a cartoonist, you know? And that was around the time I read Chesterton and he has an essay called in defense of the family, where he talks about how the big city is a thing built for narrowness. You can go find your eccentric strange group and find a whole bunch of them and act like that's normal. The normal way of thinking or believing and it's only in a small town or small community or you're forced to really experience humanity up close so that it actually affects you and I did kind of make me nostalgic for the small town I come from where I would meet with an old man for breakfast. In prayer and I have friends that were families and that had kids and I didn't have kids, you know, just hanging out with people that I wouldn't hang out with if I had you know if I could really, really pick, which is, I don't know. It woke me up to it's not that simple. You're not gonna experience humanity just by kind of going to a big giant city. You have to seek out.
"ethan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"14 essays to get you hooked on Chester to the author as Ethan Nicole, Ethan, you have illustrated the cover of this book. So you are a polymathic genius freak as well. I wouldn't say that publicly, but it's true. We'll be right back talking to Ethan Nicole. Way up in the sky little light do you see what I see when I see a star a star dancing hey folks? I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Taubman have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about a dollar a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you out of pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Christmas without you folks you're talking to Ethan a call just written a book about G.K. Chesterton. Chesterton is one of those people everybody should know gesture tennis, but Ethan you wrote this book, Chesterton's gateway because you understand that gesture is tough for some people. They might pick up the wrong thing and start reading it and go like, what the heck? What is this? I'm not interested in this. He's hard to sum up, he's hard to get to draw a beat on. He even, I mean, even to go farther, like I was joking about you. You illustrated the cover of this book. Chesterton started life as an illustrator. So multi talent, maybe you appreciate him because you're multiplying it. When I realized he illustrated, that was a big connection point for me. And then also, I think it helps make sense of the way he writes. He doesn't write in this isn't some it all up and then break it down a bullet points and then sum it up a few more times. He really starts kind of in the vicinity of an idea and he really pains all around the way Bob Ross, you know, at first you don't quite see where he's going, and then it all kind of starts to come together. I can't believe you bought a brought up Bob Ross. This is why I just like you more every time you talk, because that's so that's so beautiful. A lot of people don't know who Bob Ross is, maybe you better explain that bob. Happy little clouds guy. Happy little trees. The painter on TV, the throw, the Afro guy. Yeah. But he was a Christian. Bob Ross. He didn't know that. I think totally. Yes. What? Is he like a navy seal or something? And I don't think he was a navy seal, but all I know is he was a Christian. And there's such an unbelievable sweetness that comes out of him and he does anyway. We didn't get into.
"ethan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"OLE. Ethan Nicole has written a book called Chesterton's gateway. We're talking about GKE. Gilbert Keith Chesterton, there are people. Tons of them, listening to this program right now, Ethan, and I just realized we didn't even explain who the heck the Chesterton is. And you give us a pressy on Chesterton. Most people, I think, especially if you've been in the conservative or Christian space have heard Chesterton quotes. He's one of the most quoted authors. Out there, he's famous for actually one of his most famous quotes is you take God out of the government and government comes to God. Not exactly his quote. Let's go over paraphrase, but also so he's also known as the one of the big influencers on C. S. Lewis, C. S. Lewis, everlasting man, one of Chesterton's greatest books, and that was freaking out. There's a book don't start with everlasting start with their lasting. I'm warning you. Don't start with everlasting man. So he was a the reason he's explained is because he was this polymathic genius. He wrote a zillion essays for the newspapers. He wrote tons of books. I mean, he's hard to describe. He wrote biographies. Right. And he was a very lone voice during the time of eugenics and modernism against eugenics. It was when did he live? How about we start there? He was born in the 1800s. Oh, come on. Can you do better than that? You wrote a book with his name. I can't write. He died in 1936. Yes, I think I'm pretty sure he died in 36 or 38, but I believe. Before that. Yes, because he was like was he? I think. He was a big man, a heavy man. He was. Even fat, some said. Yes. This was in the days when they didn't know the Surgeon General hadn't told you that being a hundred pounds overweight and smoking all the time is maybe not the greatest thing. Right. It's very large and very tall too. Any war capes, capes, he had a walking stick with a little knife a little sword inside sword stick, he had a little gun. He said that he could write epic volumes about the things he kept in his pockets. So he's very eccentric, kind of absent minded, but he famous he said that absent mindedness is just presence of mind elsewhere. It's got all these little quips, you know? Okay, but I think we're probably going to drive people away because he's so he's such a genius. We're trying to make him palatable. And you've done it by writing a new book on Chesterton's gateway, which I Eric taxes recommend. I've begun to read it. And it really is what it purports to be. It helps you kind of get into testing. But I was saying that when I read the slim volume that he wrote called orthodoxy, I do think that that is the best way into Chesterton and in that book there's a chapter called the ethics of elf land. Yes. Which in my book? It's amazing. I know. And that chapter, it just does stuff for me. I don't know, I don't know how to put it. Maybe because the connection where I think where it gets weird Ethan is that there are people like me like you like C. S. Lewis like Justin that are kind of like so all over the place and not not to put us in their category. But the concept is that they appreciated fairytales. They appreciated fables this kind of stories that are like fables or fairytales. But they also wrote essays and apologetics, and whatever. So they were kind of all over the place. And those sort of people always are difficult to process. So here you have a guy named G.K. Chesterton who writes a book on orthodoxy, which is on biblical orthodoxy and theological or the fact that even in the middle of it, he has a chapter, which for many ways in windmills was life-changing for me, where he talks about how truth is often best expressed in fairytales, which is exactly what C. S. Lewis said and lived out by writing the Narnia chronicles. Right. Yeah, I think Chester was always trying to bring us back to seeing that this life is a fairytale that we're living in. We explain it away. We become worn out on repetition, seeing the sunrise every morning. We forget that it's a magical thing happening. We create fairytales where the horse has a horn sticking out of its head to remind us how amazing it was. We realized horses exist. Or he says the same kind of thing over and over, but every time he says it, it's fascinating. It's fresh. I mean, he had a gift from God just about unlike anyone I've ever encountered, which is why I'm so excited that you're trying to introduce people to him. Yeah, and I think it helps to get his main concepts, and that was one thing I really tried to get in the book. Wonder humility. His Chesterton's fence, his famous illustration of what tradition, you know, why uphold tradition? He has this analogy that if you walk in on a road and you see a fence in the middle of the road, the guy who should be tearing it down will be the guy who understands why it's there, not the one who goes, I always suspense here. You can just tear it down blindly. And then the family, Chesterton's really considered the family, the key to everything. I don't remember if he had children. Did he have children? They couldn't have children. So he really wanted to say they had, I think they did have foster children. They had kids in the house all the time. But that was a fascinating thing about him. He really understood the power of children of having children and he had never had any of his own. Well. Yeah, these are all, I mean, it's kind of like George Washington being the father country and himself not having children of his own. Well, there's nobody like Chesterton. So the book is Chesterton's gateway.
"ethan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"You know I'm enjoying myself. That's the problem. We'll be right back talking to Ethan Nicole. The book is Chesterton, gateway. She has I wanna wish you a Merry Christmas I wanna wish you a Merry Christmas in case you haven't been paying attention. The Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need, our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your goal, it is real, it is physical. It's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy, p.m. investments dot com. Folks I'm talking to Ethan Nicole, it's spelled NIC OLE..
"ethan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks I told you, just a minute ago, I think I told you that we had a special guest on. I lied. It's just my friend Ethan. I apologize. We try to get some giant Frank Sinatra Whoopi Goldberg. Somebody of that stature we failed again. My producers failed. They just said, Eric is just your friend Ethan. But then I realized this is the irony. My friend Ethan, my new friend Ethan, he's as good as any of those people. Can he crew in like Sinatra? Yes, but he's not going to. Can he faint outrage like the whoops dirt? Can he do he could do that too? But he's not going to do that. We're going to have a serious conversation about funny stuff. Ethan Nicole, I clearly don't know how to introduce you. Welcome to the program. Hey, thank you for having me on. It means a lot to, you know, I think most of your guests are very special guests, so it's nice to be a not so special guest. Two thirds of my guests are very, very special and you're part of that third that you just don't matter. To me or to anybody, but I thought, you know what, it's okay. It's hard to get on a huge radio show like this one. When you're not even special. You are extra special is what you are, which is why I can joke about your specialness, except I don't know where to start with you. So let me just start here. You're a key player at the Babylon B if people don't know the Babylon B, they are missing something. It's like, it's like I'm not sure what sunlight is. I've got to treat for you. But you're part of the Babylon bee. How long have you been with the Babylon B? Well, back when the Babylon be kind of, I think it was a couple years in when Seth Dylan bought the Babylon B he gave Kyle manda first paid job of the Babylon B is editor in chief. I was the second guy to get a paid job of the Babylon B and I wanted the creative director. Right. But so I can brag on you and say that if anybody is sharp enough to understand how amazing the Babylon be is, they have to give you almost most of the credit because of the brain that God gave you the Babylon be exists. It is a gift, huge gift to the country, to the Internet. I love when people say that the Internet's exploding. What Internet? The atmosphere. It's a gift. And so people should check out the Babylon. But you are sir or large. You contain multitudes. You've lost a lot of weight. You're still large in another sense. You have written a book about G.K. Chesterton. Also a year ago about bears. Can you just before we get into GK testerton, which I know many people are thinking, oh, Chesterton sexy. Tell us about the bare book. The bear book, well, you know, you're one of my big interviews on the bear book, though, I think it's taken down now because your YouTube channel, you know, destroyed probably by bears. But I have a book called bears want to kill you. It's a book about it's a survival guide. The conclusion of it is that you won't survive, and it's bears will murder you. And it's really like they won't murder you. You're quite wrong. They will kill you, but they won't murder you. I mean, they have options. But it's kind of an inspiring book about how to live life because it's seizing the day, knowing that bears will kill you. Well, you're smart enough and funny enough that you're going way over people's heads with the book. When I read the book, I was just like, this I know it's over my head, but I'm smart enough to know it's over my head. I think most people just look at it go like I don't get it and they put it away. It's one of the reasons I love you is because I have the same it's the gift and the curse of a kind of humor that some people really love and other people just look at you like you're weird. And guess what? They're not incorrect. Let's be honest..
AJ's Feels Something Is up With Michigan School Shooter's Parents
"I'm gonna tell you something I said last week about the parents of Ethan crumbly, the weirdo kid, you know, opened up fire at the school in Michigan. I said, why do I feel like the parents, the father may be specifically gave this kid the handgun when he was at the principal's office and the principal was talking to the parents about their son's problem, or situation, whether it was looking to buy bullets online or maybe something I'm telling us, but I feel like I feel like a either the parents knew he brought the gun to school or they brought it to him. And now I look at the paper today or the New York Post online edition and it says staggering amount of evidence in case of alleged school shooters parents. They don't go into detail, but I feel confident these parents are not going to be not going to be dealt with easily. It's going to get bad.
"ethan" Discussed on The One You Feed
"In the middle of nowhere, one small town showed the world that the kindness of strangers could bring us closer. Come back together at come from away. You alluded to another type of backwards time travel when you were just sort of off the cuff talking to yourself, which was you've handled this a thousand times before. And that's a big one for me. Is I just look back. It's almost inevitable that at least once per week, I will start to feel my stress level about getting everything I have to get done done goes up and I start rising and then I just remind myself Eric. This has happened every week for 20 years, and every single time. It has worked out. And that sort of backwards time travel is really helpful to me. It's funny because I use the same exact reframe Eric and I likewise find it to be incredibly helpful. Life literally given hundreds of presentations over the course of my career. And inevitably, if it's a high stakes event, you know, very, very big audience or kind of audience that I know is going to be gunning for me in the academic world, you know, a pretty competitive environment. I'll still begin to hear those whispers of doubt perk up in my head. And then I remind myself, Ethan, you've given hundreds of talks, you've never, you've never lost it, it's never gone, and having that broader perspective and an actual evidence, it's amazingly anxiolytic. I mean, it really takes the edge off and that's what I love about these tools. We've talked about two. There are like 27 that I cover in the book..
School chief: Discipline not needed for boy before shooting
"The the school school superintendent superintendent in in Michigan Michigan is is speaking speaking out out about about a a deadly deadly shooting shooting at at a a local local high high school school Tim Tim thrown thrown leader leader of of Oxford Oxford community community schools schools says says the the teenager teenager accused accused of of killing killing four four students students was was called called to to the the office office on on the the day day of of the the shooting shooting and and his his parents parents were were there there but but no no discipline discipline was was warranted warranted sheriff sheriff Mike Mike Bouchard Bouchard says says there there was was no no history history of of problems problems this this individual individual did did not not come come on on the the school's school's radar radar at at all all for for either either bullying bullying or or problem problem behavior behavior or or questionable questionable behavior behavior until until the the day day before before investigators investigators say say the the semi semi automatic automatic gun gun was was bought bought legally legally by by fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan Crumley Crumley spa spa there there last last week week prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald was was asked asked if if the the parents parents could could be be held held accountable accountable we're we're reviewing reviewing potential potential charges charges and and hope hope to to have have an an announcement announcement about about that that superintendent superintendent thrown thrown says says the the school school looks looks like like a a war war zone zone and and won't won't be be ready ready for for weeks weeks I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting
"Prosecutors prosecutors are are charging charging the the Michigan Michigan teen teen accused accused of of killing killing four four students students at at his his high high school school with with murder murder and and terrorism terrorism charges charges fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan crumbly crumbly was was in in court court a a day day after after the the shooting shooting where where a a judge judge ordered ordered him him held held without without bond bond and and transferred transferred to to an an adult adult jail jail facility facility police police told told the the court court crumbly crumbly recorded recorded a a video video of of the the night night before before talking talking about about killing killing students students and and Oakland Oakland county county assistant assistant prosecutor prosecutor mark mark Keast Keast says says he he deliberately deliberately dropping dropping him him down down there there with with the the intent intent to to murder murder is is many many students students as as he he grabbed grabbed prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald calling calling the the shooting shooting a a wake wake up up call call for for new new gun gun laws laws explains explains why why she she filed filed charges charges of of terrorism terrorism all all the the children children who who ran ran screaming screaming hiding hiding under under desks desks what what about about all all the the children children at at home home right right now now who who can't can't eat eat and and can't can't sleep sleep police police say say the the boy's boy's parents parents had had been been called called to to the the school school Tuesday Tuesday morning morning because because of of behavior behavior problems problems and and the the shooting shooting took took place place just just hours hours later later I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Editor Joel Berry on 'The Babylon Bee Guide to Wokeness'
"I never dreamt that there could exist a website that leans conservative and Christian that has the level of humor, the Babylon B does. I thought it was kind of thing like, you know, when I get to heaven, there'll be one of those. But the lord sometimes acts in human history and he gave us the Babylon B what you guys do and I tried to embarrass Ethan Nicole and it wasn't it wasn't hard because he's very humble, but I said that the stuff that you guys write is spectacular and everybody should follow you on Twitter on gab on parler. And wherever they can find the Babylon be, it's genius. And so you, young man, Joel berry, not the poet wendel. You're involved with a new book. Tell us about this book. Yeah, well, the book is called the Babylon bee guide to wokeness. And I think like a lot of people, as all the upheaval that we saw early last year, there was a lot of confusion, I think, around the conversation of what wokeness was what racism is what white supremacy is. You know, I first started noticing it with some prominent evangelicals. They would tweet things like white supremacy is evil. And then you just see this firestorm in the comments. And you'd notice people are talking past each other. And then suddenly you realize that when people say white supremacy, they might mean one of four different things, you know, because what wokeness has done is it has redefined a lot of our terminology unbeknownst to a lot of people. So the beginnings of this book, I think, kind of started last year. It came out in some of our articles that we released the following year. And at some point, we just thought that it needed a book. You know, this whole woke movement is so funny. It's sad. And a lot of people are ringing their hands about it, but there's so much that is just very comedic about it. And we decided to give it the full treatment in this
Beyond, Impossible join crowded plant-based chicken market
"Beyond meat and impossible foods are entering the already crowded field of plant based chicken products the sales of plant based meats were already growing before the pandemic rival California startups beyond meat and impossible foods that made a splash with plant based burgers are now moving into the crowded market for plant based chicken were launching a product that is delicious order a purchase for you lower saturated fat fewer calories impossible foods president Dennis which and says its soil based chicken nuggets went on sale at Walmart Kroger and other grocery stores this month beyond meat president Ethan brown says its new tenders are made from fava beans hood told sold out panda express is it beyond original one second this time the companies will be competing with over fifty brands of plant based chicken options I'm Jennifer king
"ethan" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Lots of photos and videos, but my mom told me that little Ethan's head is so tiny that I can basically fit in the palm of her hand. Sounds like a little puppy. Oh my gosh, I can not wait to meet him. The grandparents are absolutely loving baby Ethan. My sister told me that the pain in the scar is no joke. So it kind of freaks me out. I'm not gonna lie. It definitely freaks me out about me potentially giving birth one day. My sister is very grateful to have given birth because it took her and her husband about four months to conceive her son. Ladies and gentlemen that are listening, we all know trying for a baby at times isn't the easiest task. So I am applauding everybody who's listening who is the parent who is trying to become a parent. Apparently it's not that easy to get pregnant. So do your due diligence and eat healthy, take your fertility tests if you need to, because my sister told me that she had to physically track her fertility cycle. That was the only way she can keep track of when she was fertile during certain months and whatnot when her and her husband were trying to get pregnant. Pregnancy tips from my sister. She said to avoid bloating, eat healthy. Drink lots of water, stay active. She decided to work until basically until the day she gave birth because she felt like the more that she was active and sticking to her normal healthy routine that the baby would be healthier, but of course, make sure you talk to your doctors, not everybody can work up until their due date. So again, I'm not a doctor, I'm not a freaking o-b-gyn. I've never even been pregnant myself. These are just tips that I've heard from other women. And my sister and of course, everybody's pregnancies are totally different. So take this for what it's worth..
"ethan" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"On today's show. Alan grant elliott sadler and ian effing malcolm return in cinema con footage for jurassic world dominion benedict cumberbatch and kirsten done his head into the american west from the writer director of the piano. And ethan hunt even hunk breath bad by a bad guy rule for the next blunt house thriller. I am smitten by ethan hawke. Let's go and we are live. Hey steve i just watched gatica. What's up hey sure did yeah. Handsome hawk back in the back in the pictures yes He apparently scaring the bejesus out of Or creeping amount at least. We'll get to that when we get to the news. How was your day scott. Oh pretty good. Pretty good like i said watch. Gatica saw this awesome interview with director of a documentary regarding one of my first. Vhs experiences did you. Did you see that Did you see that interview that happened. I yeah i have. I happen to catch it. You were there. Oh yeah i was actually there okay. I'm sorry i didn't see there. Yeah though of course not focused on ernie and you should because his documentaries looks like it's going to be awesome one thing that that That i wanted to do. We just didn't. We didn't do it and i apologize to earning for this was show his trailer. So we're going to show the trailer now and You know hopefully. He won't be too upset with me. Oh come on. we're this love. I love howard the duck. I do truly appreciate the howard. The duck fans. I'm glad that there are people who appreciate all the effort that was put into making this movie. I can't believe you don't have other people saying that. That's unbelievable to me. How did you look at that docking. Go this is acceptable..
How Chaos In Afghanistan Emboldened Terrorism - burst 1
"Chaos in afghanistan upton as president biden withdrew military forces leading to a forceful takeover by the taliban today august seventeenth. We will dive into one of the greatest foreign policy. The buckles in modern history. Good afternoon. i'm meeting. Kim and this is the outspoken oma quote. Joe biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy national security issue over the past four decades and quote. Who said that not trump not a partisan congressmen or republican operative. That was robert gates. The former secretary of defense under president obama for three years and today as we see significant foreign policy the buckle unfolds in afghanistan that quote is once again reaffirmed now quickly dive into some basic background information as to what is transpiring in afghanistan back in mid april president biden announced immediate withdrawal all american troops from afghanistan by september eleventh. Twenty twenty one. Obviously september eleven was chosen dates because that was to recognize the anniversary of the september eleventh terrorist attacks and which led to the immediate was occupation of afghanistan because at the time afghanistan was harboring osama bin laden on august fifteenth. The taliban took over the capital of kabul effectively toppling. Afghanistan's governments later afghan. President ghani fled the country right before taliban leadership storm the presidential palace and thousands of afghan citizens fled to kabul international airport to skip the taliban. Now while oldest was transpiring. President biden was in camp david and he was strong criticized because he didn't have a strong message or strong immediate message in response to all of this so he traveled back to washington. Dc to address the nation from the white house one of the biggest elements that he was criticized for in the speech was the blame game in which he played and one of the obviously notable people in which she blames forwarded the buckle in afghanistan was trump and sort of implied some blame to bush and obama. He said quote when i came into office. I inherited deal that president trump negotiated with taliban on the his agreement. Us forces would be out of afghanistan. May i twenty twenty one. Just a little over three months after i took office. Us forces had already drawn down during trump administration from roughly fifteen thousand five hundred american force to two thousand five hundred troops in country. The taliban was strongest militarily. Since two dozen one the choice i had to make as your president was added to follow through on that agreement or be prepared to go back to fighting the taliban in the middle of the spring fighting season and quote. And but if you actually look at the deal that trump's state department may with taliban it's not what biden actually described in his address at a nation. Mike pompeo who was secretary of state under president trump said in a recent interview that the deal of the taliban was strictly conditional which meant that deal was was strictly predicated on the taliban committing to a peaceful transfer of power in order for america to withdraw after that commitment to a peaceful transfer of power appel said in a recent interview quote we would have demanded the taliban actually deliver on the conditions that we let out in the agreement including the agreement to engage in meaningful power sharing agreement some that which we struggled to get them to do but made it clear it was going to be required before we completed requirements to fulfil foley withdrawal and unquote. And you know there are some criticisms of the deal. Mike pompeo made with the taliban. Obviously the taliban actually pursuing a peaceful transfer of power from the afghan government was not going to happen. I mean we actually thought. That was being overly idealistic. So people had that criticism upon pales deal but even if biden did not agree with the policy that trump's state departments made in efforts to come to some sort of consensus with the taliban he kind of reversed it. I mean he was president for seven months. Which meant that. He'd independence day department and independence defense department and he could have used his powers as the chief executive to to reverse a deal that the previous administration made i mean for his entire time as president of the united states reversed nearly every single policy. That trump did while he was president. So this is no exception. I mean he should own up to the flaws of the policies in which he tried to pursue in addition to to trump he also blamed the afghan military. He said quote. The truth is but this did on for the more quickly than we had anticipated. So what happened. Afghanistan political leader escape up and fled the country the afghan military collapse. Sometimes we're not trying to fight if anything developments at the past week reinforced the ending. Us military involvement in afghanistan. No was the right decision. American troops cannot ensure not be fighting a war and dying in award. Afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves and quotes. This is honestly one of the most politically cynical things that i've ever heard biden say the afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves. Fifty thousand afghan military soldiers died in darndest entire two decades of us occupation of afghanistan. And the reason why they cannot successively defend themselves against the taliban was because biden himself pulled out a contractors and basically destroyed the afghans dependency on us military which are obviously undermined the ability of afghan military to counter act opposing taliban forces. According to the wall street journal quote in the wake of president biden's withdrawal decision the us pulled its airports air support intelligence and contractors servicing afghanistan planes and helicopters. This meant that afghan military simply cannot operate anymore and quote. Admittedly afghan leadership was significantly underprepared in the wake of the draw because as by afghan officials did not believe america will draw however according to andrew watkins a senior analyst for afghanistan and at the international prizes group research advocacy organization. There was no evidence that the taliban significantly increased their manpower and argue. The only reason why there's summer offensive was successful was due to a lack of us. Air strikes which meant that biden's administration shorter significant blame for the dismantling of the afghan government. What biden actually expect to happen when he pulled the entire the tire. Us presence from afghanistan if the afghan military dependent so much on the us occupation of afghan for the viability of their own independent military force. Then of course when they pulled out of afghanistan. The afghan military by itself was not sufficient enough to defend against the taliban if you're pulling out intelligence contracts that were vital for the dependency of the afghan military than have military is expected to fall when the taliban was advancing to the nation's capital and one of the other things that addition to buy actually blaming everyone except for himself for the marco afghanistan biden also discussed casualties in the in the afghan occupation. He said quote. Lemme ask those who wanted to wanted us to stay. How many more how. Many thousands more of american daughters and sons are willing to risk and quotes according to abc news. There's not been a single american combat death since february eighth twenty which was eighteen months ago. That's not to belittle the two thousand three hundred twelve american soldiers that lost life in afghanistan. But it is the suggests that thousands of stationed american soldiers in the lead up to the afghanistan pull out were not being bogged down by precipitous warfare in combat honestly by contrast more than fifty one thousand taliban fighters were killed by american armed forces which shows a major power imbalance in military superiority between taliban in american forces but aside from that by reportedly sent five thousand additional troops back in afghanistan to aid withdrawal despite his call for not putting sons and daughters at risk he just said that it was egregious to put american sons and daughters at risk for filled mission. So what is different about the five thousand additional troops. He sending back into afghanistan. Aren't those sons and daughters. Also at risk and to add insult injury tens of thousands of american citizens have been left behind it in afghanistan in the withdrawal according to the washington according to wall street journal an estimated ten thousand fifteen thousand new citizens remained in afghanistan so yes it is tragic. Every single american soldier died in. afghanistan is a tragedy. No one is disputing dance but suggests that afghanistan was a present danger to the current military soldiers. There from february twenty is simply not true and biden. Really closer to speech with i think when idiotic things that he said in his entire speech close with kohl's diplomacy he said quote. We will continue to support the afghan people we will lead before. Diplomacy or international influence in or humanitarian aid will continue to push for regional diplomacy and engaging prevent violence and instability will continue to speak out for the basic rights at the afghan people of women and girls just as we speak all around the world and quote and my question is just how. How can you negotiate with radical barbaric terrorist group that subject it's ethnic religious and gender minorities to brutal torture and murder. How can you negotiate with democratic for cystic regime. That is responsible for thousands of american lives. I mean honestly gonna ask nicely are gonna get on your knees and begged them to treat the afghanistan woman fairly. I mean i don't understand why biden continues to believe that's diplomacy instead of for actually using military forces is the correct way to go and this brings us back to. What was this for honestly at the end of the day with withdrawn. Us military forces from afghanistan he effectively reversed two decades of foreign policy and the initial mission of counter terrorism and preventing a staging ground for al-qaeda according to the pentagon united states government has been eighty three billion dollars in bolstering the afghanistan government and which is effectively gone to waste. I mean we spend easily billion dollars to bolster an afghan military but the afghan military is so reliance on the american forces to to help them to secure them. But when the american forces are removed from the afghan military to aid them than the billion dollar investment goes down the drain and now according to you defense and state department officials six billion dollars in military equipment including eight hundred fifty mine-resistant ambushed protected vehicles were abandoned in withdrawal which six billion dollars in. Us military equipment is now in the hands of taliban and other terrorist organizations additionally chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark milley addressed congressional leaders and said that they will move the terrorist threats in afghanistan from medium according to axios which meant that. Obviously you're going to see a rise in terrorism and afghanistan and now that the taliban effectively controls its governments and to add insult injury the inside reports that taliban militants released thousands of prisoners from afghan prisons with links to islamic jihadist groups and al qaeda. So what has changed in the past two decades. We've tried to counter terrorism. We tried to decrease the the influence of kind of effectively imprisoning or killing al qaeda militants. We tried to decrease the the power of the taliban and we tried to effectively counteract attacks by the islamic jihadist groups. But it seems to me after this withdrawal after the dust settled what is going to be. The state of afghanistan will be similar to the state of afghanistan when we first invaded and his brings me to a new york times article which discussed heavier mackey. Who was a former first class army. Special forces soldier with several afghanistan deployments and will shot twice and he said in an interview with the new york times quote. I sacrificed a lot. I saw death every day every year. And the guys. I soaked with new would probably come to an end like this. But the chaos and made his andre after everything we gave. I just wish that had been away to leave. With honor and quote for people like mackey. There is a question that rang in numerous veterans. What was it for the situation. Afghanistan has become similar to america. I evaded two decades ago. All the bloodshed in lives lost in pursuit of counter-terrorism only define the terrorism revitalize. This president has trade the continuing efforts of veterans and committed a damaging dereliction of duty as commander in chief of the armed forces is devastating. What is happening in afghanistan and we can only hope citizens in afghanistan. Remain safe in this critical juncture. All right before we signed off. I like to extend a special. Thank you to my uncle. Who has made this podcast possible and untitled one of my greatest supporters okay. Today's episode the spokane podcast. You could read articles on a variety of important topics at outspoken opa dot com and follow us on instagram twitter facebook and linked in. Also if you'd like to show want to support it. Please go vis a five star review on apple podcasts and listened to our other episodes wherever you hear your podcasts. I'm thinking in. This is the outspoken oba. The outspoken oboe. Podcast is hosted by ethan kim directed by luc him and added by actually awesome the podcast independent production by the elbow from above. And it's edited by hit.
"ethan" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money
"Welcome back to a another episode of marketing management and money now. Today's episode is going to be a pretty big shift for those of you who've been listening to us first off in one month we will have been doing this. Podcast for two years and we're pretty excited about that. It's been it's been a fun. Two years had had a lot of Great content Feedback just really enjoyed the journey thus far. But we we've had a change in the program that we're going to announce today and that is that the other ryan ryan owens is practicing what he preaches and he actually has partnered up with a start up a business. Now many of you who've been listening. In fact i had I had one of our listeners. Reach out and said hey. I'm i'm starting to hear a lot more of of you. You know the ryan murray I'm not hearing as much of ryan owns. I think he just preferred Ryan owns which you can't blame him but I told him. I'm like yeah. He actually for about three months has been engaged in the startup. And they're kind of taken off a little bit right now and so he is going to He's going to take a little bit of a pause from the podcast. But i told him that He can only do it on one condition and that was that he was going to be one of our guest interviews that we're going to actually bring him in and talk about their startup journey with what they're doing with their actual start a business and so i you know i'm happy that That we practice what we preach that he's actually out doing small business not just You know not not just talking about it but In order to keep the show going because we plan to keep going for years to come actually brought in ni- new co host. Ethan migliori i have known ethan for oh boy About a decade now actually realize it's been a decade. It's gone by fast and so I've known even for about a decade. And ethan kind of got me started on the lot of the entrepreneurial stuff that that i do He he's been He he's been kind of a a mentor. He's been there a along several of the journeys that i have taken worked with A number of small. When i see a number. That's that's an understatement. He's worked with several hundred small businesses himself. And so i. I wanna i wanna kinda take a minute and and welcome ethan to the show Ethan welcome and why don't you just give our listeners. A little bit of a background. You know Tell tell them what you're about and why you got suckered into being my co host will thank you first off your way to kind. I'll pay afterwards introduction but ryan. I have known each other for years worked on a number of business ventures with businesses. It's been an excitement. Matter of fact our preference allowed time was to work with each as we were working to help different entrepreneurs that we know to succeed and expand and grow so. I appreciate Him giving me an opportunity. Maybe share some of the little tips and tricks. I've learned over the years and that have helped. Smooth businesses helped him grow and expand and more specially made business owners. Just better people in general right right so ethan. I mean everyone's had a chance to kind of get to know me a little bit. What's your specialty. what's your background. I mean i know you pretty well but our listeners. Don't well you know. I hate talking about myself. That's why i put you on the spot. So my background is business and finance. Sure i loved In my spare time. I love to tinker little bit around the real estate industry. My i do work with a number of small businesses on trainings of various things..
"ethan" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"As long as we're talking about stuff and as long as we're very open with each other about stuff There's not gonna be any real heavy hand with like punishments or anything like that you know. I'm very interested in talking to them and hearing their ideas on stuff and again if one of them came to me at three with a big proposal on juggling knives i would i. Would you know. Try to figure out how to make this possible. Like maybe if the knives are made out of foam or something like that you know what i mean but i'm not just interested in creating stops for them. I don't. I don't really want to be somebody who's trying to say no allowed i. I would rather say yes. We're figure out a yes and and You know and has gotten older tour in college now. The the kind of the the bottom line was his as long as you tell us what's going on. We're not gonna get mad and freak out because you if you if you ever need a ride home from a party because somebody's been drinking. I will even do like no questions asked just so long. As you're telling me you need help And that's worked pretty well you know. We haven't had any big disasters and were super close with our kids and we talk about stuff and and and that makes me happier. There came a point where i really didn't feel like i communicate with my parents about some of this stuff i was going through and and maybe that's on me too. I'm not blaming them. Not sitting here angry at anyone but but there was no real effort from them to say like talk to us about anything and i really have made that abundantly clear with my kids that like you know. There's nothing that you can do. That's going to surprise me or make me hate you. So as long as you're telling me what's going on i can. I can be as as possible. And if i become irrational. Tell me that too. And then we'll take a break and talk about it tomorrow. You know and i think that's one of the i know it's a fear of mine is one of the reasons why like sometimes if there's something kids are doing wrong i always try to use. Maybe love and hate in the same sentence like listen. I love you. But i hate what you're doing right now with this decision or i love you but i hate when you talk back to your mother and i. I guess i had that fear of. I don't want to discipline in the sense that they won't be in that point where they will be afraid to come and talk to me. And i think that's that's more than anything if you can get into that situation because my my oldest is fifteen and they're just about to get on the onset of all this stuff with with driving dating and drugs and alcohol will be introduced and all this stuff so i want to keep those lines of communication open and obviously what my daughter. She's only six. And i'm already dragging this. You're there with older kids. What kind of advice. Or how did you handle it when your girls when they became old enough to start dating. Dang was tough man and i and i will say i took a lot of pleasure in the first of the first few sets of boys came knocking of really scaring the crap out of these wars. Like that was fun for me and then My wife pulled me aside and said look. Now it's our oldest daughters Kind of go to to like not. Bring the boys over and i was like. Oh my god. That is not what i wanna to do. So i became nice and friendly and interested in these boys and talking to them too. And like you know. And i'm never under the belief that i know everything you know. I think kids and and certainly kids. That aren't my kids. Have a natural tendency to maybe withhold some stuff from adults which is fine But i am more interested in understanding what they want and what they're what they're going through then laying out what i think is right and making sure they follow that. Yeah wow very great stuff. Ethan and obviously you mentioned that you gotta roll coming up while you're playing a bag. I went the kind of roles. Or what what could we be looking for. We're kind of goals. Do you have your for yourself for a future. You know i. I like working as an actor. It's a lot of fun. i do. A podcast also called american glutton which we only talk about You know health and weight loss and stuff like that and obviously there's other stuff thrown him but that's the primary focus and so that that's really into to try to continue working and enjoying my time as an actor and talking to people and setting a good example of what i perceived to be a good example on doing the best i can with that. Yeah great stuff and they lasting. I wanna hit you hear ethan. I love to ask all the data that i get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have a new dad or for that about to be father. Who's out there listening. So i guess it all depends on how swedish you are but for me the advice that i would give is changes many diapers as you can while the baby's still nursing or on formula so that when the baby starts to eat solid food you can say i put my time in because i found that even if the baby needs some banana or something like that. It's just so. I took a crap in that baby and i. I had a lot of gagging changing some of those diapers where you're like. How did this tiny little precious base create a turds. That's like some guy who's been eating bronx beer craft in their diaper. So that what i did i had to learn the hard way and on the second kid. I was like this kid craft. i'm changing. I changed every diaper. I possibly could until the solid food came in and once that solid food came in. I was like i put in my time longer. The guy yeah. I loved that i've been there myself so i love the message. It's been an honor for me. I gotta say ethan supllier. First-class father all the way. Thank you so much. Give me a few minutes time here. Personally his father. Thank you for having me appreciate it.
"ethan" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
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"ethan" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Did i fail to take us somewhere. I should've there's only one other tidbits that we might wanna take a hundred twenty second detour to hit what we talked about earlier involving the two steps of getting help. When we're dealing with chatter finding someone who can validate than broaden your perspective that proteins situations in which a person is explicitly coming to you for support like. They want help with their chatter. There are lots of instances in which we see people. We know in who are struggling with chatter. But they haven't necessarily asked us for help and the question is is do volunteer it or do nothing research shows that if you volunteer support in those circumstances just get ready for what might happen after you do because that can often elicit a defensive reaction from other people and this is something that is very familiar to parents. I've got two young kids. And sometimes i don't follow the science. I'm a human. Forgive me and like i'll see my daughter like struggling with her homework on over a let me let me show you. How do i teach. I teach i to do the stuff and like instantly die. Ask you for help. Do not think i know how to do this. And essentially what happens there and you see this happening in lots of different situations between partners older parents and kids when advice is volunteered without being asked for it can threaten a person's sense of self efficacy. The idea that we are capable of doing things on our l. and that can create tension in social relationships so the answer is not to just. Don't help at all instead. The answer is to find ways of helping in what i call invisibly or in a kind of outside of awareness way. There are lots of we do that. When people are experiencing chatter if my wife's particularly stressed about work and other things doing things as simple as alleviating the burden on her plate. You know taking care of dinner picking up the dry cleaning doing things to just make her life a little bit easier. That's a without being asked. That's a way of helping her invisibly if there's someone struggling in on my team with their presentation skills rather than contact at You really need to up your game here. Here's a couple of books that can help. I might send a note to the entire group. Hey here's a couple of books. I just came across really helpful. You know maybe. Let's have a lab meeting to discuss them. I'm getting them the information but without shining spotlight on one person's vulnerability the final thing you can do is bring it full circle. You could touch right if it's the right individual on it's appropriate in the context if it's a partner or a child another way of helping invisibly is to put that arm on their shoulder. Give the maha give them a kiss. As is that sounds. There is hard core science behind the value of affectionate touch as a tool to help people with chatter. That's another way of doing it. Invisibly listening to the conversation with your daughter. i was reminded of. I've a six year old son and he was out playing with his mother the other day and i she was being irradiating to him and he said mommy you're being so annoying. I almost feel like i'm talking to daddy. We we should have a chatter support for just unity in our k. Exactly just about right before we go. Can you remind everybody of the name of the book and any other sources of information or all things even cross sure. The book is called chatter. The voice in our head why it matters how to harness it in you can find tons of information about the book The idea we talked about about me on my website. Www dot ethan cross with a k. dot com. Thank you very much you man great job that that was super fun and really really great conversation so thanks for having me pleasure. Big thanks to ethan really enjoyed meeting him. This show is made by samuel. John's dj kashmir. Kim bike among maria were. Tell jen plant and audio engineering from ultraviolet audio as always hardy salute to my abc's comrades ryan kesler josh cohen. We'll see well on wednesday when we come back with another episode up everybody this. Lg granderson here to tell you about my new podcast from abc audio card. Life out loud. This show is all about preserving the history and honoring the contributions of the lgbtq community. Each week. i'll talk to some of the most fascinating people paving the way for the more inclusive world these conversations can get heavy but this shows also filled with so much joy and after we are called gay people right so gotta be some happiness in there somewhere. Checkout life out loud with me. L z granderson. Wherever you get your podcast..
"ethan" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Harris. Hey gang we got a good one for you today. I got a lot out of this conversation. Actually i've been using some of the suggestions from from my guest in my own mind in the subsequent days and weeks since we first recorded this and it's been very very helpful anyway. So what am i talking about here. I'm talking about the craving complaining comparing voice in our heads that can to state the obvious be the source of incalculable suffering. But here's a provocative question. Is that voice all that. And are there ways to talk yourself that can turn your inner voice into a powerful ally. My guest today has a ton of research backed strategies for inner counter programming and he is actually personally done a lot of research and as i said earlier many of these strategies. I have found personally to be deeply helpful. Ethan cross is a professor in the university of michigan's top ranked psychology department. And it's ross. School of business. He's also the author of a pretty new book called chatter. The subtitle is voice in our head why it matters and how to harness it. I was very flattered. When i learned that eaton had used a line from one of my books ten percent happier as one of the graphs in his book. The line he chose was the voice in my head is an expletive that begins with the letter. A in this conversation we talk about why we have voices in our heads how these voices can either be blessings or curses in other words. That they're not always expletives that begin with a how to access your inner coach rather than your inner critic why mental time travel can actually be very helpful notwithstanding the emphasis in the meditation world. Staying in the now the power of rituals and lucky charms. I was kind of surprised to hear scientists talk about that. How changing your outer environment can impact your inner environment. How you can help other people with their chatter. And how you can use the much-maligned social media world for support before we dive in here. A little item of business. As you're about to hear ethan and i are gonna talk a lot about how the voice in our head can actually be a blessing but of course this process of harnessing the inner critic and transforming it into an inner coach can be a difficult one as you may remember this past january during our new year's challenge. We ran a whole series. Help you do just that. We took a fresh look at the admittedly. At least for some of us somewhat gooey notion of self love at explained exactly how to meet your self identified failings with compassion rather than shame and self loathing. The sessions from the new year's challenge are actually now available to subscribers on the ten percent happier app in the courses tab so go download the app today to check out the sessions and practice disarming your inner critic for more now on that very same subject and and i should say he adds a lot that We haven't really covered before t h world so he's going to add a lot of value here here. We go now with ethan cross cross. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me been looking forward to this conversation for awhile me to. Why do we have this voice in our heads we blame evolution and in what was evolution thinking when what was the natural selection thinking to the extent that natural selection thinks at all when bequeathed us this racing mind we can point evolution but whether we blame evolution or thank it i think is an open question and i'd like to suggest that we should thank evolution. Not blame it and so the reason for that. Is this voice in our head. Although we often describe it as a terrible nuisance some people have been known to use expletives even when describing the voice in their head. I don't know if you've heard of those those folks but if we take a few steps back and think about what we're talking about when we talk about this voice we're talking about our ability to silently use language to reflect on our lives and that capacity distinguishes us from all other species and it provides us with a remarkable set of tools. And so just to give you a couple of examples of what this voice in our head allows us to do in the most basic sense. It allows us to keep a nugget of verbal information active in our heads. So you're the grocery store and you need to remember what you have to buy. Cheese stick yogurt eggs. I'm projecting here. By the way. When i articulate that in my mind not outlawed That's the voice in my head allowing me to do that. Voice in our head is part of what we call our our verbal working memory system so very basic system in the human mind that is absolutely essential for us to live the kind of lives that we normally do. So that's one thing that the voice in our head lets us do it. Also lets us do other. Things like simulating plan. So before i give a presentation. I often go for a walk around the neighborhood or a bike ride. And i'll simulate one i'm gonna say on that stage the next day in my head i'll go through all the talking points i'll get to the end and then because i have maybe some masochist tendencies all even imagine the worst possible thing that a person in the audience can ask me. And then i'll simulate how i'm gonna respond. That's voice in my head for me. That ability to simulate is critical to me. Doing the kind of job that i hope to do which is a good one and then finally the voice in our head helps us make sense of who we are so when bad things happen we experienced loss or adversity. We often turn our attention inward to trying to make sense of what we're going to try to create a story or narrative to explain circumstances and we use the voice in our head to help us do that so i think this voice in our head is really remarkable tool with the caveat that it often can conspire against us so often when we do try to use this tool to help us live our lives so we experienced something bad. Turn.
"ethan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Airwave media podcast show people could to see this movie when they go out to a theater they walked. Cold sodas popcorn in no masters in the projection booth. Everyone for ten podcasting is at boring At any other subtext you think that is a juvenile delinquent. Because he's from new. York is an artist. Told me you had just attack somebody with a machete. And he told me to stop creating lots is entire life from when he wakes up in the morning from the very first moment opens his eyes till mommy closes his eyes. He's thinking about ways he can challenge himself and his cohorts into being creative. I can't imagine making a film that wasn't stablishment. I just knew that he wrote and i knew that he was dyslexic. But i hadn't really considered the turn of those things until after i started editing. His robert thank. You are thirty years ago. Ethan started seeing that became an art movements known that the art world now is just a. It's about money and moving and shaking. It's not really about discovering artists. During that so as artists we have to carry on their own. Collect a way. Because i think we're some of the last left in the element. God it's so narcissistic. Who would make the film. Folks wasn't a special upset of the projection booth on this episode. I am talking with ethan minster. He's the director of the film. Cammo man he's also the.
Soaring Through the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD
"My name is chris and this episode. I'm joined by ethan from nintendo treehouse. High even a low and joe from the social media team at nintendo of america hijo chris. How's it going great. But have you guys back. And i'm really excited to talk to you about our main topic this month. Which is the legend of zelda skyward sword hd and this game launches tomorrow on july sixteenth. So the wait is almost over. And we've all had a chance actually to spend some time with the game already. And i've been having a blast and i can't wait to dig into all the new improvements that have been made to this version in here your impressions but i even. How would you just generally describe this particular legend of zelda adventure to people that might not have played the original version on. Yeah well you you bring up a good point This is a legend of zelda series title. That was first released on the we in twenty eleven so it's back now In what would think of as kind of a definitive version of the game There are a number of small improvements. that you mentioned earlier It also is you know in hd which is great to see on on the tv's we have today and and it moves at a really nice Steady sixty frames a second. When you're playing at which I think you know the the combination of hd and and the frame rate that people will see which you really do kinda need to see for yourself And then and then you're playing the game with the motion control that it's well known for you know if you are playing it that way with Join on controllers instead of the we remote plus and none chuck On the we version. Which i think gives you a bit more sophistication with your motion control so those things kind of taken together really blew me away As making this really definitive You know Experience with this game Based on you know compared to what. I remember you know when it first came out