35 Burst results for "Evil"

Author Mary Grabar: Howard Zinn and Nikole Hannah-Jones Hate America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 3 d ago

Author Mary Grabar: Howard Zinn and Nikole Hannah-Jones Hate America

"Heard about the six thousand nineteen project which since we don't have a ton of time i will simply say is evil and full of baloney but when you want some more details i would If you're going to reject something as utterly as i have you wanna be able to back it up with a big book. That has all the facts. Well mary gray bar. Who is my guest. Has written a book called debunking the sixteen nineteen project exposing the plan to divide america. Mary great bar. Welcome thank you. Well listen you. You wrote a book called debunking howard zinn exposing the fake history that turned generation against america. It's devastating stuff. I mean let's start there. Who are these people that obviously you know for lack of a better verb hate america. Why are they putting forward narratives. That are not only pernicious but are actually false. There's no question that howard johnson's version of america and the six thousand nineteen projects version america. This is complete nonsense being pedal as though it were true. Why do these people want to destroy the greatest nation in the history of the world. Well i think they have some personal resentment of howard. Zinn nicole hannah jones. Who is the creator of sixteen. Nineteen project have slightly different. Motivations both are promoting a kind of neo marxist version of history howard zinn of course was a one time member of the communist party and his allegiance was to communism and he hated this country and he hoped to foment a communist revolution. Nicole hannah jones from her interviews. And what. I've read about her and things that she has said has this resentment towards this country She believes perhaps going back to her family. that was mistreated because of their race. The black side of famish used biracial believes that this country has not treated her fairly and she believes in off. The fidel castro's cuba. She praises that regime. She she took a trip there and her politics are aligned with the squad of the democratic party. The far left. She wants to see a redistribution of wealth. She wants socialized healthcare. And so this is a history that kind of fits in. She may not be as aware of the real history is howard zinn but she refuses to take any kind of criticism. How would kind of enlightened her as to what really did

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Rose McGowan Says Gavin Newsom's Wife Tried to Silence Her About Harvey Weinstein

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 5 d ago

Rose McGowan Says Gavin Newsom's Wife Tried to Silence Her About Harvey Weinstein

"Now Here's what Rose McGowan actually said at this press conference Cut 23 Go gives me no pleasure. To be the bearer of truth, which is sometimes ugly. But do you want a society that has gangrene on his leg, but puts on a fancy suit and pretend it's not there while they hobble and pain? What do you want to just stop? Look at reality. Take your medicine clean up the wound. And run. Run free. Why not change? Why not go big? Why not put a stake in the heart of evil? Because that's what this really is. This is good, and this is evil. And if you're tired of people looking at this country like the Florida of the world, which it is looked upon that way, because you know it's earned in a lot of ways. Um I know this place has it in it to be better. I know it does. I have met so many good people in this country, not the elite. Absolutely not. But the person I meet, you know That's the housekeeper. The hotel was staying at Um, who shouldn't even have that title because she's a queen of a woman. And then we have the Jennifer Siebel Newsom's of the world. Mhm. Why Why do you keep choosing that? Why do you keep electing that? Don't listen to their buzzwords called leaders, which is what these people are. I would know. I grew up in one. Like I said, they massage your mind. They keep your fear. They keep you in doubt. Mhm. They do all those

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The Left and the Made up Fight Against Racism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:09 min | 5 d ago

The Left and the Made up Fight Against Racism

"Nine eleven issue is one. That is Reminds me i do now recall. It reminds me of something and they said was painful. The amount of patriotism surrounding that those weeks i remember kids high school age selling american flags. And i remember. I bought a flag from girl near my house. I would say she was a high school girl and and it was a little flag and she charged me twenty dollars for it. And i bought it. I was so happy. That kids were selling american flags and they. They could command such a price that i bought it. And do you realize where we are today where kids are basically taught that the flag represents racism. The flag represents oppression. This is what kids are taught. You understand the injury to america and the injury to them they have nothing to believe in except the woke kness all of which is just made up stuff. It's just made up stuff that that they're supposed to spend their lives fighting like racism. Now you're saying that racism is made up saying that the that that devoting one's life to fighting a fairly minimal evil in the united states. Racism is made up the amount of racism that is identified with america that is indeed made up

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We Must Not Let the Future Generations Forget 9/11

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | Last week

We Must Not Let the Future Generations Forget 9/11

"So as we look at twenty years later at nine eleven we have to do. And this is a call to action for every single adult out there in every single parent which you need to tell this generation didn't grow up with nine eleven. What happened on nine eleven. We have people that work for us at turning point. Usa that have no memory of nine eleven. None you now have a generation of leaders that are going to be growing up with no idea of what it's like where your entire world. All of geopolitics changes almost overnight. Air travel changed for good. How the military change almost everything chain. I know so. Many members of my generation have their own story of where they were and how it happened. And it's really it's really important question. And it's one that you think about it. Osama bin laden and his evil partners they wanna make america less free. They wanted to make america weaker

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Biden's Power Grab Is the Wake Up Call Many Americans Needed to Have

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | Last week

Biden's Power Grab Is the Wake Up Call Many Americans Needed to Have

"John doris from new york post. Put it president. Fighting speech yesterday was bizarrely incoherent. He told he told. The american people without any qualification that fully vaccinated people are at an incredibly low risk then he promised to protect the vaccinated from the evil unvaccinated. It made no sense and yesterday. The overreach the unconstitutional power grab is the line in the sand that a lot of americans needed to have. This will be the wakeup call of all wakeup calls. This is going to be the crushing blow to progressivism to the democrat machine to the beast. They're all coury. They're all recognizing this guy's gone too far

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Prophet Mike Thompson: The Cure for the Lawlessness Is the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:35 min | Last week

Prophet Mike Thompson: The Cure for the Lawlessness Is the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit

"I want my audience to be as encouraged as have been that in the midst of this darkness. God says hold on. I'm not done with america because many people that seem to think it's over when the end times it's over you know rates to run into the caves but that's not what god has been saying to. You know others evil in the world there always has been always will be until the second coming of the lord. Jesus christ i mean we understand those things but there is victory also in the bible it talks about in the last days their scriptures in the new testament where the apostle paul particularly was talking about in the last days and he explains how that there would be all this kind of evil and lawlessness. Lawlessness is a good word. Apostle paul love to talk about lawlessness. He talked about this present evil age and connected that with lawlessness. How that the entire mass of human thinking devoid of the reality and the truth of god and the revelation of the holy spirit in our life produces a mindset in humanity to where they they don't believe in god and not follow after the morals of god and thereby there's a lawlessness that occurs spiritual lawlessness. We've seen recently. A lot of physical lawlessness legal lawlessness. If you will and But the holy spirit also inspired in the book of acts where on the day of pentecost when the holy spirit came and he moved in any birth the church and then they questioned the people around the heard him speaking tongues. They saw the tong tongues of fire on the people's heads it all that was going. They were praising god they were magnifying. God in people that were watching questioned that and so the first great sherman there where peter said that this is that that joel prophesy and he said in the last day jobs i will pour out of my spirit. So if the bible at the new testament says in the last days there will be lawlessness. It also says in the last days. I will pour out of my spirit. I'm saying that the antidote that you're for the lawlessness is the outpouring of the holy spirit

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Mike Lindell Feels Like He's Living in a Spy Movie

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | Last week

Mike Lindell Feels Like He's Living in a Spy Movie

"We're living in extraordinary times. Did you ever think ten years ago. You would be at the center of of history. This this is the nobody could predict anything as bizarre except for god. Who knows you really realize that you really realize this is such a battle of good and evil and and and i knew back into everyone knows my story when the drug dealers did the intervention and and in two thousand eight and i walked back up. I couldn't buy crack anywhere in the streets. And and the one guy says he says They had cut me off and he said to me said mike. He said you've been telling us for years that this my pillow thing is just a platform for god. And you're going to quit someday and come back and help us all now eric. I thought that was the which it is the lyndale recovery network daughter by the way. If you're an addict their goal there is free will help you I thought that was a couple years ago. She said no. She said there's going to be a bigger even something bigger. You can't even imagine and puteh told me something like this. I would i. It was beyond my. It's like living inside of the biggest spy movie and and craziness in history. It's like living inside of a twilight zone episode. That never ends every day. I get up. It's going to be different. But yet i've so pull everybody because imagine if we were in this position and didn't have all the things that we had. You know the things that all the evidence and all these things we are on the side of truth and god. It's all going to get revealed whether they can keep holding down and holding it down. I already know the. I really feel the outcome down the road. And i've said it before. We'll be the greatest uniting of our country in history

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What Do the Scriptures Say About Abuse?

Betrayal Trauma Recovery

02:28 min | Last week

What Do the Scriptures Say About Abuse?

"Women of faith. You're really familiar with the wheat in the tears. And for you women who are not a faith. Please indulge me in listening to this and i would love your help as well. I've been studying the parable of the wheaton the tears and i'm wondering if matthew thirteen verse twenty five where it says but while men slept i wonder sometimes if that means that while the clergy while the legal system and basically any man who could stop the abuse but won't right they will not hold the abuser accountable. They won't believe us they won't listen to us. That as these men sleep that the children of the devil grew and grew until you could see their fruits. Basically is what this is talking about. And so a lot of victims of abuse try to justify not setting boundaries with the abuser. Because he's quote unquote a child of god like well. He's a child of god. And so i'm gonna love him and care about him and god loves him but in this parable starting in matthew thirteen it clearly states that there are children of the quote unquote wicked one. And i've really been thinking about the way that the scriptures both the bible and the book of mormon describe men who are not obeying the commandments. They don't say and he didn't obey the commandments. Because he felt shame and so we wanted to love him and care about him. They don't say that they actually call them a word and the word that they call them is wicked. This is a common term used throughout the scriptures. Part of me is wondering. Why don't use this term anymore. This wicked term and part of it is the christian. You know aversion to passing judgment but christ also asks us to decipher between good and evil. That's part of the reason why we're here on earth and so. I think this is an interesting thing to think about. There are those of us who have set boundaries. We've removed every single thing. The abuser can use to hurt us so essentially there's nothing left for them to use to hurt us except for one thing our children and because they're the dad they have that in and they're able to assert control that way every day. I has stories of shiro's victims of abuse who are slaughtered regarding custody in the courts. They're not believed or supported by their churches and everyday i hear about how their children these children of wicked men and righteous mothers are just dragged through chaos and

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What Slavery Could Not Do, Government Agencies Have Been Able to Do With Impunity

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | Last week

What Slavery Could Not Do, Government Agencies Have Been Able to Do With Impunity

"Since the nineteen sixties government agencies have aggressively interfaced with black america and they have promised black america that we can fix every single problem over a trillion dollars later. We now see things. In black america that never existed before government came and knocked on the door. Such as one of those is the prison rate for black men. You can look at the records of the nineteen twenties. Nineteen thirties forties and fifties. black american. Men were the least likely to be in federal prison than any other. Racial category employment black men were the most likely to be employed in america through throughout the roaring twenties even in the middle of the great depression and afterwards up through the nineteen fifties illegitimacy mo- black children in the twenties thirties and forties. Were more likely to be born in two parent households than the population at large. We are told big lie today. We're told if you wanna look at some of the problems and challenges that face black america you have to assume that it's all a legacy of the evil of slavery of course slavery was evil but founders understood that the principle of liberty that is based in the declaration of independence understood and underscored that important point. Here's the thing what slavery could not do what jim crow could not do. Government agencies have been able to do with

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Demagogues Like Sanders and Biden Embrace Marxist Ideology

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Demagogues Like Sanders and Biden Embrace Marxist Ideology

"So you see physical characteristics race only go so far. What they really mean is Their Marxist agenda. They will use anything race. The weather. Immigration. To advance their agenda. Let's talk about Bernie Sanders. For a moment. Bernie Sanders embraces an ideology. That has resulted in the brutal murder of 100 million people. The servitude. And imprisonment. Billion people are more Torture and rape. The inhumanity in China. In North Korea. Cuba, Venezuela. The inhumanity. That existed in Cambodian on and on and on. That's his ideology. I believe the victim. You can't point to a single country. Where the result Has led to such inhumanity. Not one Representative, government limited government. The belief in the The sanctity of life. An individual liberty. Free market capitalism. And yet they're all under attack. And the reason is Biden Sanders and their ilk are evil, evil demagogues. They are playing for power and playing for keeps. That's why

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Joe Biden Holds Press Conference, Forgetting About Stranded Americans in Afghanistan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden Holds Press Conference, Forgetting About Stranded Americans in Afghanistan

"And you want to talk about a guy who does not have a shred of dignity. I mean, He'll say anything the leftist stick in front of I don't know if they give him cue cards index cards. He clearly can't think for himself the man's in such a severe cognitive decline. I don't even know how he gets through the day, but he can't think for himself. That's fairly obvious. So people probably stick index cards in front of them. Maybe as cue cards in the background. I don't know, but we have people right now stranded behind enemy lines that he left behind in Afghanistan behind enemy lines lines run by the Taliban child. Bride taking medieval savage terrorists. He left our people there. Hundreds of them. They're behind enemy lines. He comes out today and gives a little presser right before I came on the air right now. I don't know if you all heard it. And you would think he would at least mention the Americans who are now effectively hostages behind enemy lines. No, no, he wants to talk about his big government agenda. Evil rich people pay a fair share This guy there. I'm telling you, there has never been a more indecent character free, corrupt the loser to occupy the White House. This can. We've had some losers sadly throughout human history throughout American history, obviously, but this guy is the king of the losers. In a loser village in a village full of losers. This guy's the monarch. He's got aceptar. He's got a crown. He sits on the loser throat. There is never been a bigger loser than this idiot.

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Biden, De Blasio, and Hochul Use Hurricane Ida to Push Climate Change Agenda

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden, De Blasio, and Hochul Use Hurricane Ida to Push Climate Change Agenda

"Ida didn't care if you were a Democrat or Republican. Says Biden, ruler Urban This destruction is everywhere, and it's a matter of life and death. And we're all in this together. This is one of the great challenges of our time, but I'm confident we'll meet it. They're howling at the moon. And they're calling it science. They're howling at the moon, and they're calling it science. And the only people The only people who have to You have to surrender to this. It's not government bureaucrats know they're going to enrich themselves. It's not the central government. It's going to get bigger. Not the politicians know they're going to be more powerful. It's you. The working people this country. Of little relationship to the government. It's you. Shortly before the president spoke newly minted New York governor Kathy Hash oil, However, the hell you pronounce it joined the New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has done a fantastic job. Other local leaders To discuss the daunting recovery efforts underway across the New York metropolitan region. Every official who spoke made it a point to stress the need for action on human caused climate change. Human caused climate change. If it's human cause than humans must be controlled. If humans Are the evil if humans are the problem. Than humans must be controlled. And of course by other

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We Have a Democrat Party Who Finds Nothing Ever

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

We Have a Democrat Party Who Finds Nothing Ever

"And so there you are. We have a Democrat party. That Impeaches a president twice. We have a Democrat party that pushes for a coup against the same president. It urges a criminal investigation of the same prayer. They found nothing ever. A Democrat party that's still going after the tax returns. The former president The Democrat Party that that conducted one Secret deposition after another of Trump family members, Trump Associates staffers. Business, Um, staff and so forth. Nothing. Joe Biden hasn't been investigated by anyone for anything. Nothing. Despite real emails and laptop computers. Despite black and white words that talk about him getting 10% of a deal. Despite his selling out to Russia, for reasons that people not even understand The Democrat Party is corrupt. An evil Hello, evil through and through. And they have Diabolical. Power hungry, narcissistic politicians like Pelosi. Like shift. Like small. Well, here's a guy who slept with a communist Chinese spy. And he sits on the House Intelligence Committee.

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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Neglects Taking Responsibility for Afghanistan Crisis

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Neglects Taking Responsibility for Afghanistan Crisis

"And then there's the secretary. Of defense. The man who oversaw They withdraw from Iraq. And the rise the Isis caliphate and all the hell any evil associated with that. Cut six Go Now We have just concluded the largest air evacuation of civilians in American history. It was heroic. It was historic. And I hope that all Americans will unite to thank our service members for their courage and their compassion. See, this is this is the game they play. Are there any Americans condemning our service members for their heroic activity over there? Not one that I'm aware of. Maybe the squad the Kabbalah Marxists. Maybe Pelosi. We'll call them Stormtroopers like she did our cops who knows? But regular patriotic Americans aren't criticizing our troops. Criticizing you, You jerk, so don't hide behind the private Don't hide behind the private

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Foreign Aid for Afghanistan in Flux After Taliban Takeover

The Michael Knowles Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Foreign Aid for Afghanistan in Flux After Taliban Takeover

"Over the past couple of weeks. Everyone has been focusing. On many evils of the taliban the taliban uc or the bad guys there are enemies. They're the enemies of our pure and innocent allies. We have been told and you will recall that. I urged caution. I pointed out on this show and in column you know. I hate to say i told you so that that allies quote unquote in afghanistan changed by the day. Actually there are no allies in afghanistan. There are only interests the guys who started the taliban were our allies in the nineteen eighties. They were the allies of our allies in the nineteen nineties. Even though those allies that they were the allies turned out. Probably be our enemies now. They were our enemies over the past two decades but now they're our allies again in the fight against isis. One week ago these were the worst people on earth today. Joe biden's national security adviser is talking about sending them foreign aid. You say we're gonna work with. The taliban is that include the prospect of giving them aid. Well first of all we do believe that there is an important dimension of humanitarian assistance. That should go directly to the people of afghanistan. They need help with respect to health and food aid and other forms of subsistence. And we do intend to continue that. Secondly when it comes to our economic and development assistance relationship with the taliban that will be about the talibans actions it will be about whether they follow through on their commitments their commitments to safe passage for americans and afghan allies their commitment to not allow afghanistan to be a base from which terrorists can attack the united states or any other country their commitments with respect to upholding international obligations. It's going to be up to them. And we will wait and see by their actions how we ended up responding in terms of the economic and development assistance

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Tony Blinken Puts a Spin on America’s Successful Surrender to the Taliban

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Tony Blinken Puts a Spin on America’s Successful Surrender to the Taliban

"How do you have a diplomatic mission without an embassy. How do you have a diplomatic mission when you had to close your embassy at a fears that your own citizens would have to be killed where we had to bring the flag down. How exactly does diplomacy work with that. Tony blinken you see. One of the great misnomers is that diplomacy can solve everything when it comes down to diplomacy is only effective when you have a big sword and a stick than the person across the table from you if you're going to rely solely on diplomacy with evil people. I got a book by neville chamberlain to sell you. Cut thirty one. Us military flights and ended in our troops department afghanistan. A new chapter of america's engagement with afghanistan has begun. It's one in which we will lead with our diplomacy. The military missions over a new diplomatic mission has begun the diplomatic mission that we don't have an embassy and we have no way to actually execute it now. Do you notice how they are. Experts not governing but at deflecting and dodging one thing. That blinken is very good. At is changing words get not necessarily always changing definitions but changing the essence of what is being set. A great example is when he was asked the other day. I think we have this tape. We played it earlier. But it's worth playing again when they said well. Did you give this to the taliban he said i didn't give lists. We gave over manifests but isn't a manifesto list. I know but we gave her a manifest. You asked if i gave over lists. We didn't give a list. We call it a manifest. therefore it's not a list play. Take the idea that we shared lists of of americans or others with the taliban is simply wrong. What was share in specific so in specific. Instances when you're trying to get a bus or a group of people through End you need to show a manifest to do that because particularly in cases where people don't have the necessary credentials on the documents on them Then you you'll share names of the list on people who busted. They can be assured that those were people that we're we're looking to bring. Yeah so again. We call manifest ladder listed in list.

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The Real Reason Your Kids Are Being Forced to Wear Masks

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

The Real Reason Your Kids Are Being Forced to Wear Masks

"Good morning charlie. My kids attend school in san antonio in northside. Isd and they are deliberately disobeying. The supreme court ruling of abiding by governor abbots executive order banning mask mandates. My highschool daughter stood her ground and refuse to wear a mask. Today she has had eight asthma attacks this week. The principal told her that. I will need her to wear her mask or leave campus. I asked how nasd things. They have the legal authority to enforce masks and he said he didn't have an answer for that. Of course not. He repeated himself about masking or leaving campus and not being able to attend classes so evil. My daughter choose chose to stand her ground. We left my question is what can we do here. In texas of reached out to the governor's office the attorney general the superintendent. And nothing's happening. This has to end. Thank you. I love your show amber. Thank you the reason why your daughter is being forced to wear masks regardless of what the texas legislature has passed and governor grab greg. Abbott has signed into law is because leftists democrats and liberals that run these schools. They are not afraid of the consequence. They're not afraid of the potential penalty. That will come down if they violate the law. That republicans pass we're experiencing this right now. In scottsdale i gave my speech at the scottsdale unified school district. A couple of days ago. Where i told the scottsdale unified school district. They are breaking arizona. Law by mandating masks on children. Despite governor doug ducey is signed into law and they basically shrug it off and i say delta variant we can do whatever we want so amber. Let me connect to things for you. The reason why the head of the san antonio school district thinks can they can do whatever they want is because when they see democrats flee the state of texas to try to block quorum and no one gets arrested. It plays into the narrative that the regime of the media will protect you if you rebel against republicans but if republicans rebel against democrats they will crush

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Here Are Charlie Kirk’s Favorite Scriptures in the Entire Bible

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Here Are Charlie Kirk’s Favorite Scriptures in the Entire Bible

"One of my favorite scriptures in the entire bible is when jesus says and it was kind of a mic drop moment the bible says do not put your lord your gods at the test my favorite pieces of scripture. Satan hates to books more than any other books of the bible. More than its genesis and revelation. Why because genesis tells us nature and revelers revelation tells you how it's going to end satan getting thrown into the pit of fire. All of us must realize that as you get into this fight that you're gonna come across doubt cynicism all of a sudden deaths in yourself all of you are prone targets for satan to try to come after you. I don't talk too much on this. But i could just riff on a little bit more three ways that satan and tries to attack you through your environment the earthly vows and through certain flesh. Leeson's your environment who you hanging around or you're on people that are filled with the spirit optimism that actually wanna to pursue righteousness or people that are negative. People are worried about earthly and worldly things. You are the combination of the people you spend the most time with the five people you spend the most time with. That is who you are number two earthly vows. Jesus says very clearly that you do not make vows let your yes. Be yes in your. Nobody knows why is because if you try to make a valid i will never drink again all of a sudden satan knows exactly what is against you. What's the proper way to say it. Only thanks to the grace and mercy and power of jesus. Christ will never take another drink again. Let jesus fight the spiritual war for you. And then finally flush flash and sends it says varies a now call called satan. It's theologians are divided on this. The god of this world. Jesus never said that he said that satan is the prince of this world that we are in enemy occupied territory and guess what we have to launch a sabotage campaign against. Satan's dominance here in this world. What does that look like being salt and light and it says in romans to love what is good and hate what is evil and so i love all those verses by my favorite of all of it is in the book of titus from that mr jude. Book of jude. Where even the archangel michael himself when he goes to fight satan himself you know what he says lord rebuke you.

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"evil" Discussed on Oddly Godly

Oddly Godly

03:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"evil" Discussed on Oddly Godly

"Of speaks to god's character that his command knowing that he was gonna come into the world that the first evil act taken by human beings was to eat something that god had made. A small evil if one such exists even though it was so widespread that we all still deal with the consequences. I think that if say Cain enable came along and murder was the first evil. This world may be a little bit different than it is today. It may be a lot worse than it is today and like this is just speculation on my on my part but the origin of evil doesn't necessarily negate the fact that it's still exists the fact that it's still prevalent in our society the fact that people still endure it day by day and one of the things that i think is important to realize is that while the evil maybe continuous. While it still may be present in our lives and by breaking the first commandment defers command. That god gave a corrupted our nature. That wasn't god's plan that even though it's something that is still prevalent that still exists to this day and god did come up with a plan to free us from that. It was not his original plan. That's not to say that god was thrown off by it that god was taken aback because he didn't realize that adam and eve whatever do such a thing god knew full. Well and that's what gives some people. The trouble is well is. Why did god continue knowing that they would disobey them. Why would he offer the command to begin with. If he knew that they would disobey them in fact why would even create lucifer if he knew that he would become satan and later tempt humanity and the answer is because god wants free creatures to choose him willingly. And that's what all love is. It's not something that's mandated. It's not something that's a forced does not something. That's co worst. It's something that is a free choice between one being and the being that they are extending that love to say it's not a feeling it's not a arrangement. It's not a deal. It's a choice that one makes to follow the one that they love to be with the one that they love. When i started dating my wife there was of course feelings. There were things that you know we had in common there. Were stuff that we agreed on but those are not de basis for a relationship..

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"evil" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"evil" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Either listeners. The it's brett. Molina here. And i'm mike snyder and welcome back to talking tech. Hey i hear that. There's a new game from capcom called resident evil village. And i guess you've had a chance to talk to some folks about it right. Yeah exactly this is the eighth flagship title for resident evil and it happens to be on the year where they celebrate their twenty fifth anniversary. So it's a pretty big year for capcom. In for this franchise I played a little bit of it. And i've also got a chance to talk one of the producers behind the game Before we dig into that just a little bit of background so you plays his character's names ethan winters and he was the main character in the last resident evil game we saw which was called resident. Evil seven biohazard Lot of trauma with involving him and his wife. They've recovered The start of resident evil village. He's at his new home with his wife and they have a baby Ethan's home is attacked and then his daughters kidnapped so this sends him on this quest to rescue her now while this happens as he leaves his house to go find her he is you see him starting out kind of walking through the snow at night and then he pops up on this village. That looks like it's from hundreds of years ago but it's also very creepy and And that's kind of where it sets off one of the things that the producer mentioned was this one character who is basically i think her name is lady debt-rescue easy to say seriously and i'm probably butchering it. So i apologize. But long story short she's a villain and she's like a nine foot tall woman so She'd stands out but it was interesting. Because i asked about kind of the influences behind that character and they talk about how angelica houston's portrayal of more tissue addams on the addams family was a big inspiration and then also elizabeth bath three. Who is this hungarian noblewoman. Who is considered one of the most prolific female serial killers in history. So it's a really interesting combination. And they said with the game they wanted to present this diversity and this what they call quote theme park of horror so you have all these different characters that are kind of serve as main figures in the game and so they have kind of different approaches to horror. And i've played a little bit of it. I'm i'm still in the early stages. It is really fun. I think the thing that resident evil does very well is the the fact that you have these creatures that you have to go after but also the fact that you have to do it while also being mindful of you only have so many resources to work with. You can't just you know as as a lot of people like to refer to it when you play like a shooter. Video games spray and pray. Which is you're just firing and hoping you hit something. You have to be really methodical and really think through before you do that and decide to i fight or do i flee and that's always what's made resident evil interesting and i feel like village has some of that early on but they really seem to throw some twists and turns in there to put you on edge. It's not. I haven't seen a lot of the i'm jumping because i'm scared it's more about the it's more about kind of messing with your head a little bit and making you feel anxious because of the way the story moves forward. You mentioned on edge anytime. i've played the game any of the resident evil games. I've always kind of felt that on edge. I mean there's some aspect of doom or scared nece you know you have but not like i don't know i always think of win in josh in that body pops out when richard dreyfuss is underwater and that head pops out. That's like one of the scariest things. I remember from a movie Nothing quite like that. But the you know i while i write about games. I'm not the best game player. And i always found resident evil games hard to maneuver around. And maybe it's that maybe it is part of that resources aspect knowing everything. I do could be a good mean a new life or whatever so but i always. I've always admired what they've done and the stories they tell on the way it looks. Yeah exactly and it's funny. You say that like there's one early moment where you're playing and there is a You're in the village and you're getting attacked. And you feel like this is gonna turn as it is and then all of a sudden this giant like dude with a hammer comes through. And you're like no no no no and then you're like even more like panic but that's kind of the fun of it where it doesn't really try to not sometimes it does but it doesn't always try to scare you. It's more about the the sense of dread you get and just when you feel like something's manageable they throw a curve ball and then you're like oh god. How do i adapt. So i think that's part of what makes it fun to. I know you mentioned dread. But i know a lot of people in my twitter. Feed are not dreading the arrival of this game. They've been waiting men getting stoked getting stoked for it so I'm sure they're happy to hear the thoughts from the folks of work on the game that you got in your story so on listeners. Any.

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"evil" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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05:45 min | 5 months ago

"evil" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Out if your child can you can see what they're using had somebody who they're talking to get an understanding of the apps they have it. I came chapter eleven verse nine moving down the text a little bit more. We find the god was angry. He was really angry with solomon solomon aren't was turned away because god as you look at what he condemned solomon for god says he accepted the evil influence. A little entire secret but preacher's sermon. Sometimes if you've never preached one if you've never put them together sermons sometimes take on a life of their own. I had a lot of things that i wanted to cover in this lesson. Because i started thinking about evil. I thought i'd got more material than i can have In one lesson. So we're going to deal with good influence next week. But today we're going to have less to say than i want to say but hopefully enough to cover some things about evil as we think about not only affect solomon it affected some other kings and one of those was manassa second kings chapter twenty one in verse. Nine manasseh was a king in the southern section of israel and the bible says he was an influence. We sometimes here in our country is far as president. well this president didn't have very consequential president but this president he really things look at him compared to all the rest. It's one thing to allow ourselves to be influenced by other people as solomon did but we're in a whole different category. It's a whole new ballgame when we or someone else is the actual influence you see. It's possible for us to the influencers. We have some political leaders in our time. Who are doing that and doing very well. We have some political leaders who have encouraged people to engage in various forms of lawlessness. Nece we have some political leaders who have influenced others to use drugs illegal drugs commit fornication and certainly to abort children we've seen as far as our current society we've seen a lot of bad influence in many of our educational institutions are primary in our primary educational institutions as well as their universities colleges. It doesn't take very long to find some children who were brought up to the faithful children of god brought up to be solid people and yet they've come to reject god or be unsure about god the bible and christianity lots of educators as we look at them influence mines to accept a number of different sins delivery far as far as big tech..

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"evil" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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05:14 min | 5 months ago

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"The christian for good is the or evil is a christian going to influence the non-christian for good or evil. Now it's not just the prom. You could extract prom from that and you can throw in a thousand different than say what about this. What about that house may influence going to be affected. Well sometimes we need to give serious attention of those questions because you relate to matters that are right and wrong this morning though we want to think about influence in terms of evil evil influence. Is it possible for us to be influenced by some form of evil. Well the answer to that question is yes. Sometimes people who are wise. Sometimes people are older. Sometimes people who should know better don't know better. And they allow themselves to be influenced by evil in. I kings chapter eleven of chapter. You'd find it begins. I kings chapter left. One with this statement solomon loved many foreign women and those few words some a lot about solomon's life if you're take i kings chapter eleven and verse one and you were to try to put it into modern terminology modern vernacular. It would say something like this solomon was obsessed with women not know if you've ever looked at king solomon and that way. But that's what is described in. I kings chapter eleven when a person is obsessed by something and we do find a lot of obsessions in life. We find that individually against the pay a lot of attention to that thing or that person or that. Place that person because of the obsession. They're going to be strongly influenced by whatever their strongly attracted to in kings chapter eleven and was to god told us people in solomon certain new. This god said. I do not want you to marry outside the faith. I not want you. If you're one of my people to go out and i want i don't want you to marry people who are non hebrews. God knew something about marriage. And he told that to people if marriage occurs in the husband and the wife are not religiously on the same page. Maybe one has faith. One does not. Maybe one is of this faith and the other is of a different faith or maybe they are both of the same faith but one is really committed and one is not so committed it will be the case that one of those mates will have the stronger influence in the marriage and more cases than not nine other people can say. Well i know this exception over here and there are exceptions but for every exception that you can show me i can show you a hundred and probably a thousand where the one who was the wrong faith and the one who had no faith was the one who exerted the most influence in the marriage some as well. That doesn't apply to me. I'm not married yet. Okay let's talk about you for just a second one day you may date. Maybe you're dating right now and before you accept that first day let me encourage you to consider the think about the power of influence. Sahlin may have thought that he was so smart and so wise that those women would not influenced him in a bad way. but if you down through i kings. You don't have to go very far. I kings chapter eleven verse three. The bible says that solomon's heart was turned away from god. Now that's not difficult to understand..

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"evil" Discussed on Man in the Window

Man in the Window

08:10 min | 9 months ago

"evil" Discussed on Man in the Window

"Some say. There are no seasons here in la but in hollywood. There's at least one award season. Listen to the envelope. The podcast from the los angeles times every wednesday to hear from talent behind some of this year's best movies and tv shows cooking stars. Like rashida jones. Hugh grant an annual joy. It's hosted by me. Mark olsen and my colleague yvonne villarreal. Our podcast will also feature conversations with show runners and directors along with a regular awards minute from times. Entertainment columnist. cleanline- the envelope. The podcast is available every wednesday on the times app apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen. I'm harry littman. La times legal affairs columnist and a former united states attorney. And i wanna tell you about my podcast. Talking fans is a roundtable that brings together prominent former federal officials and special guests for dynamic discussion on how policy politics and true crime impact. One another with a rule of law viewpoint. Each week we have guests like senator. Amy klobuchar congressman. Adam schiff stacey. Abrams david from al franken congresswoman katie porter ron claim ashu gaba rick wilson and many more all engaging in lively conversations about the political and legal issues that matter most take a listen to the podcast parade says skates the line between political and true crime. And is the perfect crossover into how policy and crime impact one another. You can find us everywhere. You get your podcasts with no trial. There's no public examination of joseph dangelo. No debate of evil over insanity and no psychiatric evaluations but da. Schubert doesn't hesitate in her diagnosis. I think he's a highly intelligent individual not necessarily by education but highly intelligent. And you know. I don't want to sitaram keep saying this but i do believe he's a sociopath such tiding labels bolstered by references to hollywood villains and invocations of satan are about as close as most care to get to comprehending a man who raped and then bludgeoned girl so savagely. She swallowed her own teeth. Defense attorney alex understands it this way. It's easier black and white is zero then gray but that narrative glosses over the life. After murder of joseph de ngelo the four decades. He spent raising a family. Distilling the angelo down to an abstraction evil avoids the need to ask whether the seeds of such violence lion any of us and it does no service to the angelo's victims who heard the rapist sobbing in the kitchen. Mommy please help me. Some thought it was a ruse others told police. They believed the emotional breakdown was genuine. The defense team has gone the entire court case without talking to avoid pre-trial publicity in because the clients so vilified who will listen but in an empty room in the basement of a county building deangelis lawyers agree to speak assistant public defender alice. Michael addresses the court with a hint of her need of texas in her voice and her empathy directed at the victims assistant public defender. Joe cress a tall thin man with a classic. Goatee is the one who often leans over to whisper into the angelo's one good year. They emphasize that nothing minimizes the angeles crimes or the pain of his victims. These horrible acts. They're very difficult to read. There's a lot of darkness of sadness. I think what i would say as he is. I don't believe that he is the man today that he was when those crimes were committed. Not that that means in any way. He shouldn't be punished for them but he basically led to different lives and of course that doesn't provide any comfort to the victims but they push back at the notion that he has spent the past two years trying to manipulate the cord his refusal to look at victims for instance. If they look at the person. They're staring them down. You know if they're in passive their cold and reacting out. God forbid if they react. So i think it's kind of a catch twenty two or there's no real way that people are going to be satisfied the challenge. Da schubert's claim that deangelis pretending to be frail enact. That schubert says is a bid for a cushier prison assignment. It was in a wheelchair the first day we got him out of the wheelchair after that he wasn't in a wheelchair an june twenty ninth when security put him back in the wheelchair when everything was locked up. There's no incentive for him to create any false narrative that point so the why why it's the issue doing this. It's just what does she have to gain by creating this persona. I guess that's consistent with the. He's this horrible manipulative. Evil person was not everything he does as it plays into that narrative the hannibal lecter narrative michael read in court a letter from deangelis sole surviving sister. As i think back and try to more clearly understand it all so many things come to mind. Don't misunderstand than. I am searching for an excuse for at all. Because i'm not i do more or less blame. Our father in part was a stern military career man and also womanizer who was also responsible for causing abuse in our family. There were so many other things that joe faced. And i'm sure he couldn't cope with it all. Of course it will never justify what has happened. Chris reads a letter from niece. As i sit down to write this letter. I realized there's only one place to our. I wish my deepest sympathy sorrow and pain and pain relief. All of the victims. I cannot imagine what any of you endured. I'm simply writing this letter to tell you. I do not know the personnel the golden state killer. I know him as my uncle. Joe my love clearly malka. Joe was always my hero and from the niece of deangelis wife. My home life was troubled was verbally and physically abused by my dad. I didn't want to live anymore. Joe stepped in as a part of why. I am good kind and loving person i am today. This is my story. this is the truth. Deangelis daughters asked through the public defenders office to be left alone by the media but a letter from one of the angeles daughters as released by a court clerk to the press. Too late lawyers. Get a judge's order sealing the letter for three pages. She describes a man who doted on his daughters. Pet rabbits and guinea pigs made the girls beds and cook their meals and worked past retirement to help. Put them through college. She writes. I could never tell you all the things my father did for me because he always put me and my daughter i. He is the best father i could've had she ends. My father has.

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"evil" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"evil" Discussed on The Book Review

"Kurt Anderson joins us. . Now he has a new book out. . It's called evil geniuses the unmaking of America a recent history. . Kurt thanks for being here. . Thanks for having me. . All right. . So your previous spoke to this was fantasy land and I feel like there's a connection where did you leave off in that book and pick up in your new book? ? There's definitely a connection and they really amount to kind of a two volume history of the screwing up of America the last half century. . Fantasyland was about how this chronic condition in America of the weakness for the irrational and magical thinking in entertaining lies. . Turned into this acute illness after having been a centuries long chronic illness, , the last fifty years, , and thus the President United States as the poster boy for that. . This is a different story. . This is not a spontaneous organic. . Problem that I'm talking about here. . About the Paradigm. . Shift and hijacking of our political economy that happened starting fifty years ago by who what the people I call. . Evil Jesus, it's , this very rational, , very specific, , very strategic, , long war that had the effect in a hundred different ways of making the majority of Americans worse off. . So if fantasy land talked about America has propensity to believe in nonsensical illogical things. . It sounds like evil genius is this kind of why the efforts that were made on the part of institutions and individuals that have led to that kind of thinking. . No actually not that led to that kind of thinking that. . It's a wholly different thing. . What would i. . have having a Neo Liberal Clinton Centrist Democrat all of my adult life partners may culpa for simply being. . Oblivious to what the economic right was doing. So . these. . Are People of the economic rights. . The coax are the most obvious buzzword way of saying that and how they manipulated and used and changed through all of these different means the way we thought society. . The economy should be since the new deal they used the fantasies and delusions and. . All that of their political allies on the right to enable their real project, , which is to make Americans think the government has no role in anything involving the free market when you are working on fantasy land, , did you know that you were going to be writing the second kind of companion book? ? I really didn't know that it was late in the game working were. . I realized wait I am kind of telling half the story here. . There is this other story that isn't about look at Wacky America. . We've always been wacky for four hundred years and believed all kinds of nonsense but I realized that there was this other story about how the economy changed in how politics changed and what technology is doing. . That is the other half and it. . Really came when I was out talking about fantasy land with people readers, whatever , I remember early on a woman rating stood up and said, well, , , what about climate change? ? Yes. It's . a matter of nonsensical disregarding science in the facts, , but it's it's all about people like the Koch Brothers shifting the way people thought in denying science and I said yeah but it wouldn't have happened. . To the extent has the United States without this underlying iffy grip on empirical reality. . But I realized that it was both of those things you know people all over the world had if he grips on honeybear curiosity but they don't have this massive politicized denial of climate change. . For instance, , it's the to in concert in so many ways that has led us where we are. . Okay I have to time related questions the first about the writing of the book and the second about the time that you cover in the book, , and I'm getting very specific about the timing of the writing the book because as you know, , things are moving so fast that the second you think that something is the big story. . Something else becomes the big story and these are both kind of Sixteen Post Twenty Sixteen Bucks where did you do pick up in writing this book and also when did you stop because you know it probably I'm assuming this was a pre black lives matter but maybe post covid book or am I getting that First of all fantasyland I wrote and finished before Donald Trump was even nominated. . So it wasn't like Oh look Donald Trump I'll reverse engineer how that happened over several Hundred Years This I delivered it early February, , but then bless random house had the next several months to incorporate, , which is a significant INC because it reflects. . So much of what I'm talking about the pandemic and the. . Horrific. . US government trump administration response to the pandemic, , which illustrates most of my major themes in this book. . So I the whole last chapter is about that and indeed the the black lives matter protest also is in here as well to the degree that relates to what I'm talking about this. . This is a book less about race than it is about economics and technology, , but it certainly all of the peace and I dress both the pandemic thoroughly, ,

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"evil" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"evil" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

"Excluded anything it would be infinite once you descend is than evil has no special power and no separate existence. Remember all experiences. By contrast. You can't have a up without down. He kind of pleasure without pain. You can't have hot without cold etc etc in the same way and good and evil are human constructs for we connected to source or are we separate from source and in this sense one can understand the only way to create what we call. Evolution is to transcend both the concepts of good and evil. Evil depends completely on one's level of consciousness so in the past and even in these short meditations we spoken about seven levels of fulfillment which correspond to the seven chuckers. Chuck Ross being metaphors between consciousness and biology so the first level is survival. The second level is achievement that third level is restful awareness piece. The fourth level is going beyond the condition mind. The fifth level is beauty. Creativity the freedom to explore the six level. His where we start to see the good and evil are human constructs for feeling disconnected or connected and finally as transcend all concepts realize that there is no evil only the shifting patterns of consciousness in an eternal dance therefore we can think of evil as the contrast to goodness truth beauty at each of these levels of expressions of consciousness. So let's go over this level one. The worst evil is to hurt someone physically or endangered survival. Because at level one that's all that Badghis level to the worst evil is to enslave people economically depriving them of any chance to succeed and prosper level. Three the worst evil is to destroy peace and bring about disorder level for the worst evil is to entrap people's mind through the conditioned collective mind which is influenced by culture and let's say ultimately by leaders who are not ethical level. Five the Westie will is to destroy beauty. Creativity and the freedom to explore level six. The worst evil is often difficult to tell from goods since all of creation is relative. If it wasn't relative there would be no experience and level seven the level of the absolute we transcend these differences. Good and bad pleasure and pain. He will and what we call goodness. There's only the truth. Beauty Harmony. Creativity and higher calling that spontaneously emerges when we are silent witnesses of the shifting batons of consciousness that are happening both personally and collectively we look at evil in society or what we call evil in society. Then you'll see that all these seven levels have been played out by tyrants by death spots and by societies such slavery for example the Hor- colonialism terrorism trapping mind. Her cultish frameworks. Once we understand this then we also understand that the one reality which is infinite accepts all these definitions has it must because anything that consciousness can perceive Israel to the perceiver so think of it this way everyone. Even those who you think are evil doing the best. They can from their level of consciousness or their awareness. Once you see this then you are ready to forgive not forgive the act but forgive the person that you think is responsible for the evil act because the person is only acting from the level of consciousness so forgiveness of many purposes first of all. Forgive not because the other person necessarily deserves forgiveness. But I've said in the past you deserve peace and as long as you can't forgive our US forgiveness you will not have peace. Non Judgement is the way to creative exploration of how both good and evil and contrasting experiences that recalled good and evil can give rise to a new creativity that can go beyond what we call traditional Dogma and traditional ideological frameworks he will as part of a hierarchy a ladder of growth in which everything changes depending on the rung. You happen to be standing on and ultimately by transcending these human guns trucks. You actually the body moment for higher calling that goes beyond ideological conflict into pure creativity and vision..

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"evil" Discussed on Controller Disconnected

Controller Disconnected

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"evil" Discussed on Controller Disconnected

"Evil. The very first resident evil game I played was a nod one. It's also sorta the very worst one in this series but I can't confirm that for myself because I haven't played it in over a decade. But everybody else says it's so against public opinion this king. It was a resident evil survivor. A spin off to the main series. It's the first person light gun shooter which means you play with a plastic pistol aiming at a TV and president trigger to fire weapons. It's not a rail shooter. So you also have freedom of movement to go around the game world as you please. I never actually got to play with light gun though because it didn't have the gun conference. Ps One there's also affected. Liken support was removed on the North American version. But I don't even know what version I had so that doesn't really matter. I just had a normal controller in my tiny child hence to death grip away. When it got too scared it has a pretty convoluted story. The main KANTER's involved in a helicopter crash on an island in. Get some Nisha from it from there. You have to navigate the Allen and find your way out of the Zombie ridden godforsaken place. The enemies are usual resident. Evil Fair they go from normal stumbling zombies the creepy crawly liquors hunters and tyrants to one of the weirdest choices. This game makes in its enemy. Cast is to put a bunch of Mr Excellence Multiple Times over the course of the game you may know Mr Exit Indestructible Mazda from Resident Evil Choo. Who stops to play around there are PD building? And beyond the fact that he's invisible for most of the game is the most terrifying thing about him shooting. He will only keep them down for a short amount of time. And even then. That's a lot of emo wasted for nothing in survivor. He's he's just there a couple of pistol magazines enough to put him down with little issue. Of course is still punches. You down something fierce and ensure that gives some trouble but even then you can just run circles around him as some species are wide enough and he just casually walks after you at a brisk pace. I mean there's a part in a game where you had to run up cliff face. At in that path you meet a misdirection. Can Run right past in the few steps leader? You need another one and after Dad. Another one one and another one. It's kind of hilarious when he stopped to think about it. There's also another notable but really really strange enemies survivor. It's a sort of mutant soldier thing. Well the coming through a helicopter on the island in a cut scene in the talk like special OPS soldiers but they move around doing flips like gymnasts and they have stretchy limbs. They attack you with and have gun sometimes too. I don't understand what the Arab but they just creeped me out to this day when I'm trying to picture them and on top of all that does what happens. After they're killed their buys deflated. They make on of wishy death noise that goes like this. What is this thing anyway? Let's talk about better games. If you want to know more about this boarding trash heap you can watch the angry video game nerd video on it for a more in-depth unless aggravated look at the game. I recommend the stuff's councils. From fighting videos that feature good part of the game from almost start to finish linked to the three videos in the show notes the real bulk of my experience resident evil as a child and teenager really came from watching other people play the Games and also reading about the characters in plots in Fan wiki pages so we have more passive than active knowledge is series until recently when I started actually playing the games more at least most of the time I was watching my aunt. Play them Michelle rest in peace. She was the horrible for the family. Not only if games but of movies as well. She played all kinds of spooky games from resident. Evil Sign. Hill eliminated dark. You name it. She loved them. I could play the Games myself with no consequence for my parents or my family but I wasn't very easily scared kid so I left the big boy games where the adults to play while I hugged up pillow watching. Tv from a safe distance. The few times I leapt into action would for translating things on screen whenever the need arose. I'm the only one in the family fluid in English and history learning at a very young age so my aunt took full advantage of that a story she liked to tell people during family dinners was one time when she was stuck on a piano puzzle in the first game because she couldn't understand what the words on the screen meant. She called my parents on the phone asking for help my help more specifically and after spelling out the words for me. I told her that a manned. It's written in blood but in Portuguese. Of course she almost couldn't believe had gotten a ride until sometime later when she got her hands on a translated copy and sure enough. I got it right. The first time on the phone but back to resident evil my earliest memories were of watching relatives. Play the Games. I vaguely remember a few scenes like when Credit Lyonnais inside the RTD on the second game or the first battle against nemesis in front of the police station. The third game where you have the choice to stay and fight or run away once or twice. I get it enough courage in my little heart. Try and pick up the controller and actually play but I give a pretty quickly every time because they couldn't figure out the tank controls people to this day still bicker about the tank controls. Imagine me being maybe seven or eight years old at the time has barely decisive peanuts. Trying to understand the movement worked on the one that was only able to play the dumbest game of the series at at age another vivid. Memory you have from that time is when I was watching my aunt play resident evil code. Veronica I was sitting behind her just looking humane way through the game when she got to a room. I don't remember if it was a more or hospital. But it had some bad species covering the buys on them as she was making her way out of the room. The game cuts to a different angle. Showing one of the body's shaking and squirming sheet. That image was scarred in my brain right there and then I actually couldn't sleep at night because I was crying so much from fear and my aunt had to come call me down. I told you I was scared. The only other game that affect immediately since was Max Payne. But that's a different story for different time right now. We're going to take a little break and then talk about what I actually played if you're is an evil games myself now. Goal isn't to some commercials and gave me pennies. I'll be right back. Welcome back so then after covering away from them. My whole childhood. When I grew up I decided to chin up and take matters into my own hands. It was time to play some resident evil and what perfect time to play when a new series was about to be released so almost as soon as it was available. I downloaded downloaded in. Play the resident evil five demo. What can I say I was twelve years old and really into call duty another mass shooting. Bang Bang Game. He's exactly the thing wanted and then also head co up so if something very scary happened in the game I won't be twenty my underwear alone not that that would actually happen again. What you punch a fricking bowler. Wellness side of a volcano is the furthest thing from scary but yes. This was the first time I seriously attempted to play resident evil game. I played them a few times with some friends until I grew tired. But it didn't actually by the game itself until years later with the gold edition even then. I barely play the game beyond the second chapter so safe to say it wasn't very impressed by it and nine over most other people from what. I hear my first true start with classic resident evil came with the first Games remakes. Re Master. Try saying that three times fast I had played originally from Nineteen ninety-six before that but it was worth taste or thing than an actual attempt. This time I was going to go from beginning to end no shortcuts. No forfeits scratched shortest thing. I use the walk through. I get lost very easily on the mansion. Even when the map is the goat simulator episode. I like a few pointers to go to do things on games but using the walkthrough than actually affect my experience too much since I still had to do all the things myself managing Emma when Resources Kelly. Some zombies innovating some letters to see amunition and in general just not dying and I can proudly say that I was successful in my quest. I killed plant. Forget you electric utility. Mutated Shark ended the torment of Lizard. Trevor blew up the tyrant and last but not least I successfully avoided being turned into a Joe Sandwich. It was tough but it was fun. I enjoyed it a lot and I highly recommend you the plate if you haven't already it's worth noting though that I only played for the Joe Camping in the game so I haven't fully experienced what it has to offer. Maybe a revisited motor eventually a question that remains to be answered and then finally does the second games remake completely reworked from fix camera angles and tank controls. Survival horror returned to its roots in all some bloody fashion. And I'll tell you all about it next week so subscribe to the show to listen to it. As soon as it's released. Saint podcast feed saint podcast time to wrap up this little pole. Optima resident evil true analysis. I would just like to say that. I'm so hyper resident. Evil three you guys from other looks like God. It seems like almost a completely different beast of the second game much like the original. It's more than actual than horror but not the slapstick type like in resident evil five and six. It's pretty much grounded in still putting the player in the vulnerable state against In the big hokey nemesis was looking great in the game by the way. His clothes look more like they've been fashioned a rags and bandage wraps than an actual code and he is tall like having to open your mouth. Do not stretch your neck looking up tall resident evil. Three is one of the Games. I know the least about this series except for the main story beats so I'll be going mostly blind when he played and I can't wait to finally do so man. Twenty twenty is looking like a great year for game. So far there's DUMI tunnel are three the less of us bar to fight off any seven remake cyberpunk twenty seventy seven ghosts. Shema neo chew and there's even dreams with just came out and I just went for the first sale that goes on to pounce on it. Sounds like these. I wish had infinite stacks of money. And what that does it for. This episode of control disconnected. Thank you very much for listening and please give us a kind review on Apple. Podcast Sanpachi Sir. You can find an easy link to both the show.

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"evil" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"evil" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Orange County deputy? Da Larry Yellen liked this chances against accused. Serial Killers Stephanie Gordon. Things especially when Gordon decided to act as his own defense attorney is very bright very bright smart enough enough to know. You shouldn't be doing that sort of thing. Definitely smart enough to know. They shouldn't be representing himself. Expectation can be dangerous thing. Ah before the trial began Gordon struck the prosecutor's case. Some major blow remember that moment early in his interview when he seemed to reject Jack detective traps question again. You rather talk to somebody. I don't want anybody Gordon. Gordon argued that continuing the view at that point was a miranda violation. Used had read him his rights at the outset. The judge Agreed ruled that the jury could not see a frame of Gordon's confession when he makes the ruling. Then it's out it's a consciouness stomach. Oh Man because what you've seen in every well confession it's the piece that brings everything together and focuses on the four the girls and now has gone all of these women have a special meaning for me and when it got thrown out. I don't really hard time. mm-hmm Ben Gordon asked for a meeting and spring. Another surprise he wanted yellow to drop the charges. And what would he give you in return. He said that. I'll give you a statement that you can use against me in this case wherever I start on the eve of trial detector track once again. Sat a face to face with Stephen Gordon at he once again took her through each cry fair to say that. You're Jewish figure prostitute and ultimately just. That was played to the jury at then. How bizarre was this? Gordon suddenly decided he wanted the jury to hear his first confession to which meant that the mothers had to hear every graphic detail of their daughters murders and then I thought maybe I pray that rosary a little too hard because now we've got out to statements in the jury wasted no time convicted Gorden of four counts of murder guilty of the crime. A felony to recommend the death donald the verdicts be recorded for four mothers a measure of justice. Cathy Menzies at sat through the entire retired trial as brutal as it was done. Your understanding of human beings they're evil. There's lots aww evil in this world lots of the mothers will have to sit through another trial frank. Cano is still waiting for his. These pleaded not guilty but for detective trap there was a measure of relief and finally she gave those rosaries to four grieving mothers. It's interesting to discover over to. Detectives are actually softies. I think that the more you allow yourself to feel the better. You're going to be as detective and we have to go to the dark place. In order to find answers that quicker we can get in and out. You know the better. It is for all of us answers from dark place yeah. We went to the jail where Gordon was kept before his transfer to death row. Here he was a man who claimed to know the nature of his evil acts. But did he we wanted. I screwed up screwed up the right expression to use probably not. I just didn't want to say it what I really think. Well why don't you. It's beyond evil. What happened? What what me and him day was beyond evil and came sure enough the excuse? He's worked out in his ahead. The parole system is somehow to blame for his crimes after all the sex offenders he and Frank Kano shouldn't have been permitted to be together. That was a parole roll violation and the fact that they're parole officers didn't prevent that violation. He said means this date is responsible. We chose to be together. We were allowed. There's a difference but don't know how you three. What do you mean this? Little kids say to their parents. You let me do a bad thing. It's sure fault. No I didn't say they let us do about. I said they let us sleep. And hang out at the same spot. And they did beside what anybody Parse I that argument I until the day I die because I know for a fact. It's true what I wanNA know is because that's on you. What was going on your head to make you want to participate in whatever way you participated to get whatever thrill you what was the thrill? Wasn't I don't think there was a thrill was. There's no thrill there's no thrill in watching women die light that but I'm going to go back to it again and again. It was my anger issues that I have from everything that happened while we were on parole and probation. We may never know exactly why to ray was killed the Martha Josephine Kiana. But there's one more mystery hiding somewhere in this mountain. The final mystery coming up to me. She's an angel in disguise. An Angel that carries a badge and ago Angel. Whose job is done? I mean he goes.

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"evil" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"evil" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Beds was. He's like not realizing it's probably not. It wasn't a psychopath though. We need to reassess our definition of psychopaths. Listen let's say you're I mean we should we do need to res definition psychopaths that's about the whole nother conversation. I think it's easy to assume that people who terrible things psychopaths but actually when we look at history st especially I think leaders who do seem to be at least partially driven and essentially egocentric. So they're sort of out for themselves but we need to pass the different things ramp to breaking ounces but Hitler Spring Lake basically as far as I could tell there's nothing specifically seven cly about his personality or about a person that should make us be able to identify what see my brain next to his brand thank you wouldn't. I don't think you'll be able to tell the difference and I think that's really. They were to to think about in terms of sort of assume that this sort of e factor somewhere by a factor and I couldn't tell if it was tongue-in-cheek njit not obviously doesn't e- factor the evil factor and it's not just about the dark horror of personality this Duck Tad's ads and ads which is also a dramatic way of describing cluster personality traits Factor E was. The matter is like probably when we look at the brains of murderers more. Generally there do seem to be sung differences psychopathic murderers and just normal murderers In terms of instructors and you can see some differences in Lhasa were empathy is created. Our is among other things created. You can see some differences the differences in the prefrontal cortex decision-making happens the offenders who have been caught so these are psychopaths were also murders Category and so the correlation of instructors there but it's not reliable Nazi Germany. Someone's brand and say this is GonNa be terrible person so interesting racing so become a terrible person but there are things that will make it more likely that you'll have certain behaviors short surely. You're not saying there's no connection between the brain behavior. There's of course but I think the idea that kids either use it to is range ams to shelter out people who might be at risk ask to after the facts. Excuse Aigars this is the idea. Japan brain-scans into court cases and saying well. This was a psychopath the they had to kill l.. which is also ridiculous? It just not that simple connection between bigger so it's interesting structures. Not always in. The brain causes all behavior but in terms of looking at the civic things predispositions they not necessarily result in bad behavior so interesting because people try to use the brain to predict intelligence elegance levels. You know or I mean it's like anything else. People try to use a now machine learning algorithms to try to predict. How does the brain can? We predict creativity genius. Predicting Genius is probably. The Lucid is predicting evil in the brain. Predicting Convenor is solicits predictable. Behavior so being normal laureate probably also can't generally see assange to apply even if the intelligence they're gonNA apply in ways. That are good so I mean this isn't to undersell the fact that there are predispositions in the brain that make it more likely. You're going to make what society generally considered bad decisions so having damaged bravado cortex again back to that you are going to make more decisions and so that might include letting a fight get out of control and attempting grievous bodily harm. I'm and in the process murdering so I mean got more likely to happen. If you're less able to manage your emotions through less able to make decisions and that is something that from small on you are. You can't predisposes to be but it doesn't mean that you're going to engage in necessarily in bad decisions in the way that we would consider Eagleton it it does make sense I I appreciate nuance I really do. And I appreciate the nuance you put into this book. I I was thinking about linking this a little bit to what excessive porn viewing seems to do the brain and then the difference between correlation and causation. Yeah could you talk about that You have a whole section on pornography and you really do add the nuance there. And I noticed the hot up but yeah let's talk about what is the. What is the latest research? Say on whether whether or not pornography makes you evil uh so the link between pornography was fascinating research so when you book or the least I don't like knowing Wayne exactly what the outcome is likely to be in other words someone. I was writing when I started telling people that I was reading. Ron Evil people kept asking me right from the beginning. Thinks they know what's the main what's the take home message and I went instead of saying. I WANNA examined that humanity behinds people who did terrible things but try and look Ugh for everywhere so not be dissuaded just because someone something terrible. I'm going to try my best to luckily humanity and look at the reasons why rather than the things persons Ah Monster. Because that's too busy and so that they didn't know what sort of the pathway would be. and which research I would end up really like getting stuck in the process and pouring the research on Warner and fascinating because it's a place where it seems..

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"evil" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"evil" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"For four weeks the jury listened as prosecutors carefully painted a criminal portrait of Ali or SOM- tyrannical manacle father master manipulator vengeful killer? He's an evil man so he's worse than you expect it. I'm being I'm serious when I say he's worse than Charles Manson. He's incredibly evil and calculating and very deliberate with what he was doing. Uh but up close Ali Hassan defense. Team say they saw a different man. He was loving father. He loved her strove defense counsel. Alain Tanner his co-counsel Rudy. Duarte argued the case against her son was just a character attack. And more importantly weak and circumstantial I believe is at the end of the day. I've been Murph. Never wish you heard everything. You will not have any true idea. Yeah what happened at either mercy. I really believe our position was there was nothing to link him. To either of the crime scenes that one with gallery array or the one with cody beavers. There was no fingerprints. There's no DNA. There was nothing there except the testimony of his wives and his daughters. Okay but that's not nothing. That's his own family. Turning against it right. They had motives to his wife was given tremendous benefit by testifying against instagram. His daughter hated him. According to them Nisreen lied to the jury about matters both great and small at one one point she was telling the jurors said how none of the children in the house were ever allowed to have birthday parties and if they had a birthday party Ali would beat them all severely and then. I had a photo album with a bunch of family photographs. I started pass them to Alan. She was able to see you know that we had caught her an ally what about that. GPS EPS done that show stocking. Doesn't that show Ali going from his house to the scene of the murder. Well it shows someone go in there on that particular day it show someone but not necessarily him. We don't know who it was who was in the vehicle. Unlike many defendants Ali Hassan was not satisfied with being just a spectator at his own trial. He testified yes sir that was his choice. Yes Sir would you prefer that he didn't we. We just leave that up to the client every time Ali actually did really well only testify arly on testified to what he told. Investigators gators all along that the allegations against him from abuse to stocking murder were downright false and concocted by police and family members. who were out to get him? That's what Sam told me. We spoke by phone in lockup it about Islam put on triumph. According to John There were only two reasons why he was being accused of murder religious bigotry and family betrayal and the law enforcement for some time the government and the United States. They bullied blackmailed and intimidate and reports. On that. Put me here. you think everybody who testified against you did so because they were intimidated. Them that the main thing guests so your wife your nephew a few your daughter who testified against using that only happen because they were intimidated. Yes there were forced. If you don't do it we're going to get you and you think I think this is Islam on trial you yes. It just slammed because my daughter clamped to them that because Christian that I'm gonNA come after her. There's ream wanted you to. We were long and if you had left her alone. You probably wouldn't be in here if the police did not use the KGB technique out not be here and hand. According to his father. Misery was the one who threatened to kill anyone who got in her way. She left a message that you'll get to all of the going to catch on. We'll find out about so ms ruins the real villain. I have no I guess he is yes he is the gunman yes sir. I did not kill the girl because I never thought I'd nothing to do with her. And I did not kill the guy. I have nothing to do with them. I am not sorry that he died the hell he can go straight to hell but I didn't tell him. Uh Why can he go straight to hell because because he disrupted my family. You're just trying to protect his family. That the fact that your daughter had married this guy that that you saw that as a as a sort of personal offense against you and your family. That's all a coincidence. I did not kill the gate. I DID NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO I. Never uh-huh face-to-face number. Four the impact of wants Ali. Hassan had told his story it was for the jury to the side was was he a homicidal mastermind or a father looking out for people he loved. The jury definitely answered Sir that question. Let's just say that answer was easier to understand than the answer to this question. I WanNa talk about your son all in law. who was killed? Not Cody beavers. The other one coming up a chilling story from deep in the Earth. John Family's past Nasreen told me that her father had shot and killed that male because he did not want him to be married to his eldest daughter..

"evil" Discussed on Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin

Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin

14:40 min | 2 years ago

"evil" Discussed on Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin

"Voters in fifty cents like landlord. They're going to take almost all of the money off the table as long as the market cricket is competitive. If someone else also wants that click someone else is also going to bid on it. So now you see the path breath one hundred and thirty six billion dollars in revenue most of its straight to the bottom line from company doing one thing offering a magical search engine that connects billions of people to the information they desperately seek and every time you use it google makes money the more searches the happier they are so. How do we explain all the other things that Google call does well? Google's mission they say is to organize the world's information but in fact their business mission his to have people do a google search doing a google search is where they make almost all of their profit. Perhaps eighty percent of all the paid search advertising in the world goes through this one company in an auction where the sales people don't have to due very much at all except soothe the people who aren't winning the auctions once you're hooked on it on paying for this traffic you will keep paying for it because it's still worth it to you so google see something like blogs blogs at. I'm partial. Here are a fun free easy way to get information from trusted source. The best way to read a blog is with something called. RSS RSS Reader an RSS reader bypasses the search engine. It just lives on your device your phone or your laptop and it brings you. You unimpeded uninterrupted all of the blogs you want to read so google launches Google reader. It's free like everything Google's doing and and it works. It's fast. It's well designed. Go ahead move the blogs. You like onto google reader there on one page. You can read did all the blogs you want to guess what this does. This depresses search the people the most interested highest status people kind of people who are reading blogs are going to search less because you don't have to go to Google and type in blog or Sath or any other topic to find the blog. The blog is coming to you that doesn't help search so a few years into it. Google Google shut down Google reader sending all of those blog readers either to a more difficult to find our assess reader or back back to the search engine think about what happens if you search for lyrics Oh. I can't get that out of my head. Excuse me while I kiss this guy what set lyric if you type that into Google and it takes you to a site filled with detailed discussions about lyrics earaches. You're gone. You're not searching for the next thing you're looking for on the other hand if Google manages to scrape that site site or higher end intermediary and just puts the answer right there on the page with no clicking on your part. You're GONNA do another other Google search and so bit by bit topic by topic Google is cramming more and more onto their page and not sending you to a page that's far away when I worked at Yahoo in late ninety s your whose mission was come to Yahoo and and stay a Yahoo was come to Amazon and Bhai something when Google came along the giant disruption option in the early two thousands was come to Google and leave Google. That was their goal their only three buttons to buttons on the homepage at at the time Yahoo had one hundred eighty eight buttons on their homepage and of the hundred eight buttons. Almost all of them pointed to other things you you could do on Yahoo. Yahoo hadn't figured out how to run the right kind of ads. They were busy running banner ads. They needed to generate generate billions and billions of page views to make them pay. Google on the other hand just wanted you to find what you're looking for and leave but if they are to continue to grow they need you to do more and more searches and so bringing the contact back onto their pages encourages you to do that a little bit of an aside about this whole idea of continuing to grow part of the Lore of the last twenty five years his at the best way to hit rich is to work for a fast growing public tech company. Why is is that most of the people who are in senior positions at these companies and I'll argue that there are more than ten thousand people in a senior your position at Google have stock options. Stock Option says that one day in the future you're going to get some shares that you can buy for X. number of dollars. Let's say fifty dollars a share and on the very same day that you can buy them from us for fifty as a prize for working here you can and sell them at whatever the stock market says. They're worth which means that as soon as the stock goes over fifty dollars every time time the stock goes up dollar. Your stock options are worth another dollar each in value so if you're sitting there holding a hundred. D- thousand stock options which is not that unusual and the price goes up a dollar that means one day soon. You just made one hundred thousand dollars I if it goes up ten dollars you just made a million dollars so try to imagine what it's like at a meeting at Google when they have to make a decision Asian about something that's GonNa make their stock price. Go up by five dollars or maybe even down by dollar you look around the room and every single person in that room knows what to multiply the increase in stock price by to figure out what it did to their net worth so even if the multibillionaires who run the place decide to take a longer term view deep down there are tens of thousands of people on each of these companies who are driven to figure out how to make the stock price go up and so we come face to face with with the motto the motto that first appeared on Google's homepage more than fifteen years ago. Don't be evil. Lots of people have claimed they made up this motto it was probably Paul Boo Kite and meet Patel and their idea was don't be evil means means do it on behalf of the user give users long-term paths disatisfaction. Some people say it was in contrast to Microsoft which at the time was a monopoly and wasn't giving people a choice so don't be evil can mean lots of different things but for a long time it meant don't be greedy. Give people choice back to those music cleric's. The website Genius Dot Com which has had a fairly checkered past is a site where lots of people can chime. I'm in and comment on the lyrics to many songs particularly rap songs and they did something really clever. Which is they ceded a code food in all of the lyrics they had on their page. It's a little bit like Morse Code in the way that they used certain characters while how you guessed it Google got busted. Google was stealing probably through a contractor all of the hard work that genius had put in in in creating the typed up lyrics which you could argue were stolen from the people who wrote the lyrics but that's a whole other discussion. What we know Oh is that? Google's people incented to keep folks on the site. Do things like shutdown google reader they do things like include the lyrics on their site instead of sending you to a site where you can see them yourself so back to TV guide where we began try to imagine it's nineteen eighty-eight and you are ATV programmer and you figure out how how to make a show that TV guide is really going to like and if TV guide really likes and puts it on the cover of their magazine you're GonNa get more viewers and and if you get more viewers you're going to sell more ads. If you sell more ads you're gonNA make more money. That is where the power of someone like. TV guide comes comes from now. Google will bend over backwards to tell you they don't have somebody who's making editorial choices inside of Google. It's true but there are more than three thousand people working full time to program Google's search engine and there is no human who knows exactly how Google's search engine works anymore. It's too complicated. Three thousand people working night and day for for decades creates quite a complicated algorithm but what is also true is that algorithm is making choices. It may not make choices that you can influence by taking it out for dinner but choices it makes and those choices impact what websites get built how they get built. What those websites talk about around the time of Google's ascendency a craft have called. Seo began to hit its stride. Seo stands for search engine optimization and at the beginning the idea of SEO was benign. Let's organize our website so that when Google visits it it knows what it's about because if we can be clear for Google about what kind of person we want to come here then that Kinda person will find us when they searching Google but over over time people got a little bit more hurried and lazy over time sites got a lot more greedy and so a combination occurred. I we know that the the vast majority more than ninety percent of the people who do a Google search never get to page two of the Google results Google. Is that good we trust US Google so much. It's on the first page. Maybe if it's just in the first two or three matches that's enough we satisfies we click through were done looking gang so even though there might be eighty four thousand matches. I search on alternate. You're only going to look at the first two or three to find what you're looking for. Which means that if you're at the top of the search results you're going to get it unfair share of attention which means means you've got to do everything you can to be at the top of the search results and that leads to the black cat part because once. Seo began to work. The company started budgeting for it and if fifteen companies want to be number one fourteen of them are going to lose so people start looking for shortcuts it cuts so people start changing the site itself so people start resorting to paying other people linked to them acting in ways that make absolutely absolutely no cultural or rational sense they simply exists to make a mythical algorithm happy and when it's not not happy theories abound as to what to do to make it happier and as soon as someone starts doing something that works everyone tries to copy it and so what we're left with is a cycle that was started by Google where looked at a system a benign thoughtful system it said here's the webpage and it started to try to make guesses as to what that Web page was about and so then. Seo shows up and sharpens it a little bit and then Google response to that and then Seo response to that and then Google response to it and what we end up with is page after page of the Internet that isn't organized for users search anymore. It's organized for this idea that maybe we can get free traffic from the website that people think of as their best friend then maybe we can get the equivalent of the cover of our edition of TV guide. Maybe we can be swamped with a whole bunch of people who want to show up. Okay another side at the same time that all this is going on. Email continues to evolve as a way to contact people who want to hear from you. The original permission marketing medium anticipated impersonal relevant relevant messages to people who want to get them but for the last thirty years the bad guys have been going after email attention as well 'cause Z. Mail is an open API. You don't need stamps. If you format your e mail properly you can put as much as you want into the system and so some people people do some people send a million or ten million emails. A day spam continues to be rampant. If I have to entrust any amount of money under your custody Mr Michael Bangoura the son of late Mr Bangoura.

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"evil" Discussed on Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"evil" Discussed on Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

"Root of evil is supported by better help the world's largest online counseling program listeners can get ten percent off their first month that better help dot com slash route. Hi, this is Lloyd Lockridge, one of the producers from root of evil, I wanna tell you about the upcoming season of somebody somewhere, which investigates, the twenty sixteen mass shooting in Seattle homeless, encampment known as the jungle, here's an excerpt of hosts David pain, and Jodi Gottlieb as they embarked on their six month investigation into the still unresolved murder case over the next six months. We would work our way deeper into the jungle sometimes armed sometimes not sometimes with backup sometimes solo. Oh. Oh, god. Trading guns for butter as we got more and more comfortable among the jungles residents. Oh my gosh. Of course, next time no tomato. So I saw that I hate to spend more time in halfway houses and methadone clinics. And we cared for. We drive up and down gang operated streets, asking ill advised. Questions name lucky to hangs around here. We'd spend days debating were witnesses could be found g think lucky is in the deep because they and along the way it changed us. For me. I have to confess I no longer look at the homeless, the same way not some monolithic problem that can be addressed with single solutions, or simply avoided with downcast eyes. You see the tables have turned now it's me, who wants something from them looking into rather than avoiding their eyes searching, exposed skin for telltale tattoos. I've only seen in police stills. For Jody the change was different, the despair around the murders. We investigated was more slow moving. And pernicious as we sunk further into the morass, the cumulative, senselessness took a stronger hold. Woke up fired up this morning. So I haven't really been sleeping very well. And I was like, oh, you know, the weather's turning and I just got sucked in to this, I got to a point this morning where I was like how did we get here? These are kids, these are kids, these are kids, and I think I'd just like God to the point where something about this verdict. Something about the case something about the demeanor of these kids, all my God. I could go on for six hours you when you see how we get here you're talking about how society get here just like seriously. When you see these kids understood that frustration as human beings, we are hard wired to try to find meaning in senseless things bring order to the chaos around us. I was searching for them meaning to. And in that moment, a realized by search for the king of the jungle was something more than just a search for the truth. There was a search for hope. Subscribe and listen to somebody somewhere, he's into the jungle murders on apple podcasts. Unmasking killer is supported by better help, the world's largest online counseling program. Mike experience with better help has been simple and enlightening. Take advantage of this amazing service at better help dot com slash unmasking and get ten percent off your first month.

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"evil" Discussed on Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"evil" Discussed on Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

"Uh-huh. Hey, Zack Levitt executive producer and writer of root of evil. Thanks so much for listening. So root of evil was the first podcast that our new team see thirteen originals created now we have another one it's called gangster capitalism and season. One is about the college admission scandal, which is known as operation varsity, blues, filmmaker and podcast or Andrew Jenks is the host and he's already come face to face with and confronted the ringleader named Rick singer. Here's the trailer for gangster capitalism Opie like it. And if you do please scribe wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks again for listening to root of evil. So him two hundred dollars. She made a fake ID with my name and his photo. He took the SAT's under my name. And I got fourteen hundred. And got into my dream school. Great now fuelling amend a red carpet event. People have been waiting here for hours wind up three deep behind barricades. Just to catch a glimpse step back it out of the way. And then the faces of this story finally emerge. But they're not flanked by publicists. Instead police and lawyers are at their sides. Because listen Huffman and Laurie Lachlan are both at the center of the biggest scandal in academic history. This is a big story today. Operation varsity blues on that fallout from the college admission scandal rocking Hollywood this morning. Blue Huffman in Lachlan are the most well known there. Only two of the many people charged with scamming the system to get their kids into elite colleges. I don't really care about school. As you all know, they were led by Rick singer, a con man posing as an admissions counselor and his vast network of co conspirators who exploited his clients sense of entitlement hubris and obsession with status the homerun of home runs had to work every time, unfortunately, white collar crime is nothing new. But this time it's different because the victims of these crimes are your children. Welcome to gangster capitalism season. One of our new podcast series is about the college admissions scandal produced and directed by C thirteen originals a division of cadence. Thirteen in partnership with me, Andrew Jenks. You university of California. What did you think of the scandal? When you first heard. Prize? It's really not even secret. Surprised that this is a thing. And then I'm sorry. Where have you been everyone knows into up? It's been like that forever dropped out of NYU after my sophomore year of college. Because if the game was rigged. And this story has brought all of that back into focus for me. So I've read the affidavits the indictments and the phone records. I went to the federal courthouse in Boston. I've spoken with college admissions experts attorneys parents students who've cheated and the victims. And the signs you're holding. Find says Laurie please pay my tuition and mind says after you get out of prison, of course. And I'll introduce you to the team of misfits that almost pulled it off the ringleader the genius from Harvard. I gore the ex-soviet and the middleman, aka Mr Fox, and there any risk this thing blows up in my face a lot of ways to do this. I can do anything and everything. At its core. This is a story about how money is used to hurdle the rules, and how sometimes the rules only apply to those without money. This is a game just realize that this is a game. This is about our priorities. Our values our culture and our future. Really? It's about all of us. This is gangster capitalism. Gangster capitalism will launch in may twenty nineteen on apple podcasts. Spotify radio dot com. And wherever podcasts are available.

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"evil" Discussed on Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"evil" Discussed on Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia

"We hope that through this process. We'd be able to answer some lifelong questions about our family. Some we have and some we haven't. But the questions still linger are what does it mean to be a hotel, and what price should we continue to pay for the legacy? We've been left. We may be asking those questions for the rest of our lives. But finally. For the first time ever all of us have agreed to discuss it together. Story. On the final episode of root of evil. I didn't wanna hurt you even more than you are hurting has we're all together in one room to confront the past. And each other. I was mad at my brother piece when he moved away he had to get out. I had to really destroyed them when he left maybe we'll find some of the closure. We've all been looking for I want to bond this family. I want to be part of the swim. I'm not filled that it was because Tim are kept apart. She did she's long since we're in the room together. Let's do. Thanks for listening to episode seven of root of evil. The true story of the hotel family and the black down. Root of evil is an eight episode series produced by see thirteen originals division of cadence thirteen in partnership with TNT.

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"evil" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"evil" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"That's that's fuck in evil smoking pot nod evil that shit is fucking evil anyway i do think it's worth pointing out just for the record that obama was not some fucking hippie on this issue okay obama came in was a hardcore drug warrior he went in and tried to shut down what was going on in california and he he even went in it arrested people who were using marijuana for medicinal reasons is a fucking monster with this shit the problem is he faced a large backlash over it and then he was fucking losing potential votes for two thousand twelve i remember this because a lot of those people who supported obama in two thousand eight the people who were like marijuana activists they came over the ron paul campaign in two thousand twelve because they were so disgusted by what he did in his first term and thanks thanks to them for doing that said there was the silver lining in that evil shit but so so you know anyway whatever the the point is that obama backed off his ran two thousand thirteen when he backed off because he just realized this was going to be you know disastrous for his legacy and he also realized this was a battle he was losing and he wasn't gonna win you know the cats out of the bag at this point all these states a fucking legalized vulcan pot and guess what they're fine they're all fucking fine at people used to make this argument with alcohol when you would point out the obvious contradiction like so you're against pot but you're four alcohol being legal and they say will alcohols already like you know completely seeped into our culture so we can legalize that we'll guess what now pot has two now part has to and i overall i gotta say i think it's a good thing i think is a good thing i think less people are going to be getting drunk and having drunk driving accidents if parts of elbows soak.

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"evil" Discussed on Hackable?

Hackable?

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"evil" Discussed on Hackable?

"So david did eventually find one cafe that kind of the elapsed to hack their network were at the coffee house cafe here in dallas and we are setting up i dunno or sending a bruce tell me what we're doing so what we're doing is setting up a what's called an evil twin access give out already sound super scary itself in it's not just an access playing with a with a beard and moustache that looks vaguely like you got a little bit like for the red eyeballs that's right or the the mall on wednesday and as an evil twin basically is a concept of taking a good access point and it's something that people would connect to you and making a duplicate of that okay so what i've done is i've gone through and created a access point that is the name of a national cellular carrier by the law w what a lot of the cell your carriers do as they will create access points around around the country to where if you have one of their phones you will automatically connect to that access point okay which is nice because it takes it takes the stress off of their their mobile network and it also saved your data minutes and so what happens is your phone is set up to automatically connected at some taking advantage of that by creating a access point that has named the same thing as you know this this so either carrier so that when people come in who use that carrier they will just automatically connected that access point okay so the magic of technology if i understand correctly and correct me please.

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