35 Burst results for "FU"

Laura Ingraham to Lisa Boothe: 'Look at the Bigger Picture'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | Last month

Laura Ingraham to Lisa Boothe: 'Look at the Bigger Picture'

"I had interviewed Laura Ingraham that episode's going to be out on Monday for my podcast and she walked me off the ledge a little bit Because I got to say this week I'm sure like you guys I couldn't sleep Monday and I had tweeted things I shouldn't have said I said FU mother efforts I didn't take any of the letters out I just went hardcore full scent My parents weren't happy about it But I was angry You guys are anchored raw angry We're angry about it I had a little too much drink on Tuesday night But it was basically just three drinks I'm just getting old so now I just get tired and hungover much easier So I don't really go out anymore And then when I went to the shooting range yesterday because I'm finally getting a gun for the first time I think it's a beautiful constitutional right that we have to bear arms and it's one that I've not held before and now I'm exercising it So I went to the shooting range and there happened to be this bake shop and I got a massive piece of cake and felt disgusting afterwards So it has been a week We have gone through a lot of emotions and there's a lot going on So Laura Ingraham said it and it gave me a lot of perspective Because I do feel like in my job and working in the media it is my duty to try to look at the full picture and for you guys right Because everyone's busy you know and so it's my job This is my duty And I know Dan does this as well to really try to get the big picture to you guys and to see it all And I think Laura had mentioned this and it got me thinking of just pointing out some incidents and some things we have been through as a nation

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Laura Ingraham to Lisa Boothe: 'Look at the Bigger Picture'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | Last month

Laura Ingraham to Lisa Boothe: 'Look at the Bigger Picture'

"I had interviewed Laura Ingraham that episode's going to be out on Monday for my podcast and she walked me off the ledge a little bit Because I got to say this week I'm sure like you guys I couldn't sleep Monday and I had tweeted things I shouldn't have said I said FU mother efforts I didn't take any of the letters out I just went hardcore full scent My parents weren't happy about it But I was angry You guys are anchored raw angry We're angry about it I had a little too much drink on Tuesday night But it was basically just three drinks I'm just getting old so now I just get tired and hungover much easier So I don't really go out anymore And then when I went to the shooting range yesterday because I'm finally getting a gun for the first time I think it's a beautiful constitutional right that we have to bear arms and it's one that I've not held before and now I'm exercising it So I went to the shooting range and there happened to be this bake shop and I got a massive piece of cake and felt disgusting afterwards So it has been a week We have gone through a lot of emotions and there's a lot going on So Laura Ingraham said it and it gave me a lot of perspective Because I do feel like in my job and working in the media it is my duty to try to look at the full picture and for you guys right Because everyone's busy you know and so it's my job This is my duty And I know Dan does this as well to really try to get the big picture to you guys and to see it all And I think Laura had mentioned this and it got me thinking of just pointing out some incidents and some things we have been through as a nation

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Why Are the Chinese Buying Up America's Farm Land?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Why Are the Chinese Buying Up America's Farm Land?

"I mentioned the story yesterday. I want to reiterate this. The Chinese are buying up farmland all across America. Do you know the Chinese own a 100 million acres? Of farmland? Do you know that? That, according to sources in Texas, the Chinese own dozens of square miles of farmland and they don't allow anyone to come in. So the Chinese Communist Party is buying up farmland all across America because they know that our ability to produce food, the bread basket of the world is one of our strategic advantages. It's something that many countries it's an envy of the world. So what do we do? Well, that's the free market we allow our enemy to come in and buy our farmland that then very well could result in food shortages. The CCP they're malevolent their deceitful, they're sneaky, they're liars. But we just invite them in. So the governor of North Dakota Doug burgum, courted an invited the Chinese Communist Party to go by farmland right next to an Air Force Base. What could possibly be wrong with that? Obviously nothing. Even some Democrats in Washington, D.C., this is too much. Say, so the fu Feng group bought 300 acres of land near Grand Forks North Dakota to set up a milling plant. Air force, the Air Force Base nearby says, quote, passive collections of signals near the Air Force Base, very well could be detected. This includes a grave vulnerability to our Department of Defense installations and is incredibly compromising the U.S. national security.

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Ruben Gallego Curses Fellow Senator

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Ruben Gallego Curses Fellow Senator

"Toll right now is 21 19 kids and two adults. And there's some very ugly stuff out there. The ugliest come from actually congressman. Gallego, who's really a lowlife, Democrat in Arizona. I mean, this is, this is a very bad thing with a congressman curses out, fellow members of Congress. Tweeted to Daryl Aisha, eff your prayers. I'd like to know if he actually did F or did the word. See if he could see find that, okay? Tweet to Daryl Isa. And he tweeted to senator Ted Cruz just to be clear FU Ted Cruz, you effing baby killer. So

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Democrat Congressman Calls Sen. Ted Cruz a Baby Killer

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Democrat Congressman Calls Sen. Ted Cruz a Baby Killer

"He also tweeted, this Ruben gallego. To Ted Cruz, senator Cruz, Texas, just to be clear, FU at Ted Cruz, you effing baby killer. Scum like gallego that get into Congress or I have to say is a reflection on the people who vote for these people. If a Republican did something like that, I would assume I would say the same thing. Ted Cruz is an effing baby killer. So the question I always ask is, do bad people just all are not all but mostly gravitate to the left or does left make you bad. I think it's both.

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Rep. Ruben Gallego: 'F--- You, Ted Cruz' on Twitter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Rep. Ruben Gallego: 'F--- You, Ted Cruz' on Twitter

"Senator Ted Cruz, with a very eloquent message about prayer about faith about healing and congressman Ruben gallego, Democrat from Arizona tweeted at senator Cruz just to be clear, FU Ted Cruz, you effing baby killer. Can you imagine? That's what you do. To the your political opponent, but that is what they do.

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"fu" Discussed on On Shuffle

On Shuffle

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"fu" Discussed on On Shuffle

"Do you remember when Dan came out? The ringer, the rammer is up and running, 'cause there's like 2017, right? And I remember you, me and Tennessee had this conversation. I think I like fantasies pod or something. And it was about damn because like damn it, come out. But I remember I read one comment on the fantasy's pod that was like, that was that was a really good discussion of to pimp a butterfly. And they were kind of right, right? Because I feel like actually maybe our most sort of probing stuff in that combo was about the previous album before Dan. And so I'm thinking about this now 'cause I'm always super reluctant, right? You know the thing that we do in media, right? Where it's like, something gets announced, a trackless drops. A trailer drops. And it's like, oh, it's the content you're trying to compare it to things that came before it or place it in a context or constellation of things. Get yourself, right? Yeah. And it's like, we never do. I feel like you and me were always sort of like, it's a trailer. I don't know. Let me watch the movie. Give me give me space. Give me space. Give me the give me the shit, man. Don't make me. Don't give me this. I hope you're hungry for nothing. Yeah, you know? I need to have the meal first. Right. In order to provide public judgment. Right. So instead of doing all that speculative fan fixed stuff, I'm thinking of what that person said about our convo about damn, which was really a convo about TPA B and I'm thinking, okay, maybe now is the moment where you and I can sit and sort of work through like, what even is a state of Kendrick Lamar, right? Because it's like, damn, and then all the shit you said and I just think of Kendrick is like pulling the move that like ta nehisi Coates pulled..

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Mitt Romney Misconstrued Trump's Stance on NATO

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 6 months ago

Mitt Romney Misconstrued Trump's Stance on NATO

"Let's listen to Mitt Romney Mitt Romney was on CNN plus Does anybody watch CNN plus no Does anybody know what CNN plus is No Cut 9 go Do you think that the former president Donald Trump permanently damaged NATO That would be so called reporter Casey hunt Wants to know if Donald Trump permanently damaged NATO when in fact he built up nada By confronting the weak leaders of York Of western free York who refused to put in their fair share And so the lies continue on seeing and plus seen in minus CNN digital seen an FU and there is Romney Always there to help out As I said he is Susan Collins in a suit Go ahead Well I think what's happened to NATO is that they have said can we rely on the U.S. And is this America first idea which is the president saying to everybody hey go off and do your own thing I did that approach Yeah I call you Johnny He never said hey go off and do your own thing He said the obvious every country acts in its own interests Any country that doesn't do that is suicidal

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"fu" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

05:11 min | 8 months ago

"fu" Discussed on The Mom Room

"It's like pachycephalosaurus or something. Oh, wow. I don't even know if I could say that. Yeah. It's wild, so yeah, toddlers are fun, but how is your 2022 going so far? 2021 was a wonderful year because, you know, you could only go up from 2020. I'm not quite sure what to make of this year yet. I think this is going to be a great year for growth. Because my priorities this year, not that not my resolutions, I don't have anything like that. My priority is really just thinking long term. I'm thinking super long term like my life after my children are no longer in the house. Yes, it's important to live in the moment, but when you have three children, you have to think about their future college, your future, make smart decisions now that it will impact their lives down the road and yours as well. So I'm really just trying to figure out how I can be as happy as possible. Once they're all out of the house, what do you envision? Well, by then my dream is to have FU money in the bank, meaning, you know, by the time I'm 60 and they're all in college, I can hopefully not have to work for a living and just do whatever I want. Whether that be travel the world or put on a show in a 20 person theater or volunteer or become a teacher or whatever it is, maybe not a teacher, 'cause that's a lot of work, but maybe like a volunteer teacher or something like that. I would just love to not have to work for a living, but you know what? If I do, then that's okay, because that's what most people have to do. You know, most people, unfortunately, are now, I think people are having to work longer and longer in life because our lives are much more expensive now than they used to be. No, for sure. Because your job literally is 24/7. Do you have any hobbies like outside of work? 'cause I know you're like a self like you call yourself addicted to work. Yeah, I have passions, but I wouldn't say I have hobbies. To me, a hobby is like gardening or crocheting or collecting figurines or whatever it might be. My passions are experiences. So I'm passionate about going to see live things, whether that be a concert, a musical a play. I'm passionate about travel, although that's definitely been affected. Not even just by the pandemic, but you know, one of the great things that I love to talk about to other parents are not even, even to just people who don't have children is really, I wouldn't call it financial literacy, but I would call it financial health. Because I believe that everything in life is related to how hard you work. The harder you work at being a parent, the better parent you will be. The harder you work in your career, the better at your job, you will be. And the harder you work at your finances, the better your finances will be as well..

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"fu" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"Young man to change his country to make a difference. I'd like to shift gears a little bit now and to sort of think about what yon might offer us today. So obviously geopolitical tensions between australia and china increasing there are various interference laws. That have have kind of taken. I am at china. And there's lots of commentary in the media about the problems with australia and china's relationship. Do you see some helpful stories. Or do you see some positivity in the story of yang fu who both travel geographically between china and england but also travelled intellectually between these ideas. Well i think certainly with the new laws. It would be impossible for someone like you to come to australia and study. Maybe science or technology because some these things are now classified as an accessible for foreigners. But i think more importantly from a chinese perspective one cannot understand the sort of quest for modern chinese quest modern city and for and power without first understanding fool and the fact of this translation. So i mean his translation galvanized successive generation of chinese intellectuals who looked to the west for solutions to fix the country and this of course included the young malta. Dome who radio floor while still in his hometown rule will not and i think the kind of socialism practice in china today still carries having more than anywhere else the biological determinism of darwin and you know the theme of struggles is a constant fixture in maoist china. And the single-minded quest for wealth and power is ever so present and i actually often wonder what info would make of modern china today under the leadership of the chinese communist party which just recently celebrated centennary because even though he translated mills liberty has attitude towards individual liberty is rather ambivalent and scholars even accused him of misinterpreting mills concepts of liberty and his translation. He some highs present and the vigil liberty as a means to which to create a powerful and strong nation which is a complete distortion of mills. Original thesis maybe. That's a discussion. We should take up another day and it's been so good talking to you today. Thank you very much. It's been a pleasure and illumine rin. She's illiterate translator and recent phd graduate from the australian national university in canberra and she was speaking with dallas. Raja's more information on the website. That's the philosophers zone. You can find a spy. The aren website or the abc. Listen up and thanks so much for your company this week. I'm david rutledge. I'm on twitter at david design and are happy can join me next time for now..

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"fu" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"Alive from david rutledge. Welcome to the philosophy zone and something a little different this way for my usual discursive approach to the wonderful world of philosophy. We're going to be hearing a story. And it's the story of a chinese intellectual who lived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. His name was yen food. He's not well known in countries like australia but he is something of a household name in china where he's famous for having introduced some of the great liberal philosophers of the west to chinese readers for the first time yang fu was a military officer and newspaper editor but he was also a translator and among his translations were text such as thomas. Huxley's evolution and ethics adam smith's the wealth of nations. Herbert spencer's the study of sociology. And montesquieu's the spirit of the laws yonkers translations a really interesting they're very good example of how translation israeli if ever a transparent ideology-free process and we'll be hearing about that shortly. Yfu food lived during a time of extreme social and political upheaval both in china and in europe that left him somewhat disillusioned about the promises that western liberalism extends to its adherence. We'll telling us about all of this. Today is any lumine rin. She's illiterate translator who recently received her. Phd from the australian national university and illumine ran is speaking with producer. Dallas raja's yes lewis born in eighteen fifty four near the person sitting at fhu joe and province and the location is important in this context because fu was actually one of the five treaty ports that opened for trade fulling the first opium war and he came from a well respected family. Both his father and grandfather were doctors and they made sure he received the best education available until the age of twelve. His education was conventional and the sense that followed the well established tradition of intensive study and memorization of confucian texts. All preparations of the civil service exam. But this'll change when his father passed away and his family lost their main source of income. So money was really tight and yen and his mother and two sisters had to move in with relatives and his mother supported the family by doing needlework. Luckily a friend of the family who was also a local official heard about their predicament and recommended him full for admission to the fujio shipyard school certain schools such as these were which specialized in the so called western affairs. That is the teaching of western science and technology were established in the eighteen sixties as part of the ching states effort to modernize its known as the self strengthening movement. So the state was trying to recover from the damages with two opium wars and also a decade-long of civil unrest caused by the taiping rebellion and school such as these controversial at the time so in order to attract students they not only offered free tuition but also a generous sum of monthly stipend. So worked very well for you know someone like young fool. What's interesting about the self. Strengthening movement is that well clearly recognized. The supremacy of western science technology and nonetheless cheated western ideas as something that is inferior to the chinese system of thought so for his entrance exam that you had to do to gain admission to the footer shipyard school. He was not tested on his knowledge of mathematics physics. I mean it's safe to assume he had known but rather he was asked to write an essay and classical chinese on the topic of once. Lifelong filler diversion. Who wants parents which this is a direct quote actually taken from the book of manches. Which for schoolboys like info there would have memorized the entire book by the time it turned seven or eight. So i guess it's worth mentioning that. Infos essay was actually ranked first place amongst the students and his biographers actually attributed to his recent loss of his father and therefore he was able to exhibit genuine. Feeling this otherwise hackneyed topic and because he was actually given the opportunity of choosing to attend either the school of naval architecture where french was the language of instruction or the school of navigation where courses are taught in english Had gone with you know. The former his life might have turned out to be really different because as we know english was to become the medium of his access to western ideas and it was very much the ideas of english philosophies that came to dominate his intellectual development. Could you tell me a little bit about the difference between the exams. He was studying for in china as sort of built off the confucian texts and that whole system of examination and how the western process the western affairs. Tradition would be different. Well the shipyard school offered both i think in the morning they they still studied classical chinese. So it's sort of the contamination of the kind of studies that for was familiar with and afternoons there. Would have you know. Obviously lessons. English lessons in mathematics and i guess the more to the related aspect to do with naval navigation. I'm not sure what kind of causes exactly that. He took but it really balanced curriculum. From what i understand. And so basically. This gives him access to english language and he uses that english when he goes to england. Can you tell me a bit about his time. In england show so after spending five years at the future shipyard school year for decided to put his training into practice by going to see and he did so for the next six years selling to places like singapore japan taiwan There was a commander onboard his vassal. Who was a british naval officer and he was really impressed by four and it was largely owing to his recommendation. That fool was given the opportunity to study at the royal naval college. In greenwich sir. He arrived in england in eighteen. Seventy seven when he was twenty three years old and he was only meant to be there for year but It was through the interference of another gentleman by the name of course on how who was actually china's first ambassador to great britain. That was allowed to stay on for an extra year.

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"fu" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"From weather's the actor director cinematographer. Maybe even a costume designer. He may know fifty sixty He made on the fifty greatest costume designers in his memory. I mean this guy's brain. Both you have pretty good memory. I'd love to be a fly on the wall that conversation and kung fu movies most guys we actually started. I think we we started our relationship trying to outdo each other knowledge wiser. What movie knowledge actually kung fu movie knowledge wise and i think that cat if it was another category i wouldn't have had a chance. Where at least in that category they're put holding my wait. Who won you know what. I'll be honest and say that i may have said a few heated and see. Yeah but cui is older than me so he could go back farther. Yeah he could go back to seventy two well. I didn't see one yet. Yeah well we He said mastered the flying guillotine that i got a chance to the you commentate over today and i got a chance to see screening of. He said that's one of his favorites For you The thirty six chamber of shaolin master killers your favorite best best ever. We say that's the greatest kung fu movie ever It's hard to say the greatest ever right because saudi make another one and it depends on your own phase of life. But i will put that. I volunteer to do some to kung fu movies. That's that's a beautiful injury. You talked about knowledge you talk about wisdom would would kind of wisdom draw from kung fu movies. The you know what the martial art itself and the movies is endless wisdom to be drawing. I enjoyed you know asteroid in a way. You know that aca decipher it amount life. So for instance in the movie. Master keller He basically when he does kung fu. He does really a style called the hung car. Ten league and the director of the movie is actually a hung gar expert who has a lineage that traces all the way back to charlotte's list director always wanted to keep his movies per in the brain congar to the world's like he wanted to show the world this lineage. In fact you just said master. The flying latinas quicken's favorite movie and we mentioned a thirty. Six chambers is my favorite movie but the accent director of master. Flying guillotine is the director of those exchanges shallan in some of the things that's happening in mass of the flying. Guillotine is really the infant stage of what this action director's going alone loan us later on in his movies. So that's the beauty of it. It's almost like you know quentin his his generation. So quaint might have been the same age. I was not watching that movie. And then when he becomes a director. I'm at clinton's age and obscene. His work. So some symbiotic relationship there now in this question by saying hunga deals with the five animal technique. The tiger crane. i the leopard snake Dragon those are the five as the five patterns. Some people go seven hundred twelve and stick to the five pattern fist. How do a man immolate a tiger and you see a tiger fierce he curls before he only how does a man immolate a snake. It doesn't have to be only in the kung for mu. It's an idea. Allergy of the snake is in the the jilani of the crane at any moment sometimes punching. A person is not gonna work as they will say leopard fists with tyco poll. So sometimes you might have the pope and the with the cranes beak.

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The Risks Otway the Benefits of Taking the COVID Vaccine

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 1 year ago

The Risks Otway the Benefits of Taking the COVID Vaccine

"I wrote about the question of who would we. Who would we trust to save. Embattled people say jews in an anti-semitic regime would you do. Would you knock on the door of a of a person who had disobeyed the authorities on irrational edicts or someone who went along with irrational edicts. Very scary things happening to the character of the american people. The acceptance of Of this while you not inoculated. Fu in how many people are not inoculated who already had covert and who who therefore literally only have something to risk only by having the vaccination by taking the vaccine there was no benefit to getting the vaccine if you've had covert none. There was only risk. Our forcing it on young people will go down as an indicator of the decline of america as a great nation. Not to mention a free nation but everything just said is unheard by half this country the left wing half the liberal half doesn't hear anything other than the new york times and cnn

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"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"At freighter. do his country who lied to the public about brexit. Even though there it was going to be detrimental to the british economy and just how the country simply functions yes exactly and this is also somebody who's handling of the pandemic at many times this resembled. What the trump administration does Allowing people to die for profit. This is a serial liar that this is just somebody who you cannot expect to act in good faith. This is not a person you want to favour openly over other allies. Who you're in a partnership with and scott morrison. The prime minister of australia is a similar sort of fellow. So what biden was doing you know goes well beyond kind of trying to reestablish the quote special relationship that the us and the uk have always had we all know. Ted lasso has his the person who has actually established the special relationship to be in the uk. So thank you. This moves seemed to be designed to stir up raker between the us and the eu. And that's exactly what it's done. And so i'm going to read a little bit. From the guardian where it says francis historic decision to recall its ambassadors to the. Us and australia is it far. More than a diplomatic spat analysts have warned the move in protest at can bear a surprise decision to cancel an order for french felt submarines and it security pact with washington and london will affect france in europe's role in nato and already strained relations with the uk. French officials have accused australia the uk and the us of behaving in an underhanded duplicitous manner that has betrayed and humiliated france. A visibly angry. Johnny ledra on the french. Foreign minister accused the americans and australians of quote lies duplicity over the steel. He warned. It's not finished lead. Riyan said australia had francis breaking the submarine contract and making a new deal with us and the uk just one hour before scott morrison the australian young announced it as as a press conference in lead. Ron says that is why. I say there has been duplicity contempt and lies and when you have an ally of the stature france you don't treat them like that asked if there had been a failure of french intelligence in uncovering the secret deal. He replied the agreement project initiated by the. Us in australia was decided by a small group. And i'm not sure the. Us and australian ministers knew about it when we see the us president with the australian. Prime minister announced a new agreement with boris johnson. The breach of trust is profound in a real alliance. You talk to each other. You don't hide things you respect the other party and that is why this is a real crisis. So yeah i'm taking francis side on this. One does all seemed like logical arguments to me. I'm also wondering though what else is going on behind the scenes. I mean this article makes it pretty clear. It's not just about a dispute regarding the sale of military equipment. It's about this deception about this positioning of this anglo alliance above the traditional allies ship that the us does not with france. And you know there's this kind of biden bought farm going around. That are all suddenly experts on charles de gaulle. They're just like oh you know. France like impetuous france. You can never count on them. Don't you know about charlottesville. it's really go look at this identical post. There's sort of talking point being circulated but regardless of what france's diplomatic temperament is the. Us should know how to handle it. It has experienced handling it. I mean we certainly have been through worse during the. Us's illegal war in iraq where we were you know. Parading freedom fries and really Be incredibly insulting to france And then that brings us back to who is in charge of these diplomatic relationships secretary of state. Anthony blinken a who. We did an entire episode about because of his incredible corruption and Suspicious family ties. Says wondering what you thought about. Lincoln's role Especially given that you know this is a guy raised in france. This is a guy who's relationships with the french government french society and so forth. Go back very far. You think of all people. This would be someone who had know how to handle this situation but clearly does not seem to. Yeah without question. I mean this is what we keep going back to again and again. Which is we have a lobbyist for a secretary of state. How is this different from having the ceo of exxon as secretary of state. It's not what happened here. Is that lincoln. Cut out. The french homemade. Lucrative submarine deal. The french had to deal for to sell submarine. Australians the australians things. We're going to buy these nuclear submarines from the americans and so not only. Was this a disrespectful. Utter lack of consideration simply un-diplomatic move by the united states toward our close ally france. It also cut them out of a major deal. It destroyed a deal for them and this is happening to mcgahn when he's heading into an election year and twenty twenty. Two and there is a strong far-right presence in france. Certainly didn't do that. Great in recent elections but there is a far-right disinformation news outlet in france. That would certainly try to milk this to try to hurt macron. His any opponents might try to macron with us in two thousand twenty two and plus on the face of it. It is simply disrespectful. It's not just about money. Money clearly does play a big part of it. It's it's also that the french were cut out completely and blinken did this with a quickness. It was a very sloppy swift. Job by lincoln because had a entrepreneurial swiftness to it blinks guy that set up his own company. During the trump ears and made a lot of money serving clients that are destabilizing. The planet including facebook facebook that continues to lie to harass researchers that are trying to understand and promote greater transparency of all of facebook's abusive practices. And how it impacts not just democracies around the world but also the mental health and wellbeing teenage girls. Facebook knows that instagram princeton's negatively impacts teenage girls. And they're not gonna do anything about it 'cause money money money and so. This is a company. That lincoln served made a lot of money off of so. Lincoln is a lobbyist. The guy makes money the guy makes money and what he did was something that lobbyist would do by just shoving out the french and grabbing that business for the united states. And it's wrong. it's just simply wrong again. If rex tillerson did this a secretary of state we would all be shocked and we would all be talking about that. I just don't know why. Lincoln is sticking around especially after the intelligence failure of the afghanistan. Withdrawal where he was given the intelligence by his own team at the state department. Saying hey if you rush this withdrawal out of afghanistan. There's going to be a bloodbath where warning you were sending these cables up to the highest levels of power. Were warning you and blinking. Go ahead the intelligence all saying that. The afghan government that the us is propping up was deeply corrupt that it was smoking mirrors and yet they trusted the afghan government of us propped up when they said no. Please don't take out all your contractors. And all the men and women of afghanistan that helped you as interpreters and contractors and so forth to help. Keep your soldiers safe. Keep them there as a show of confidence in us. And lincoln's team listened to that you've trusted this corrupt us-backed afghan government instead of just listening to the intelligence itself. So there's just mistake after mistake under antony blinken lobbyist secretary of state and it's not surprising given that this guy set up a company and swiftly made all this money serving all of these various interests and he's showing that same as secretary of state and it's.

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"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"You know everyone went crazy. When the trump administration did things like this when kellyanne conway and stephen miller and other racists from that administration engaged in this overt bigotry and this immigration stance. We were at the point. Where stephen miller was castigating the statue of liberty and its message like how is joe biden any different in this situation in the way that he is treating patients at the border and it's It's just very hard to watch. There's a great documentary by A haitian filmmaker in kind of philosopher row pack is called exterminate all the brutes. It looks at hundreds of years of white supremacists colonialists history. It's on it's on hbo. Max it's very very good. It's one of the best things. I've seen in years and one of the things that pack does that makes this documentary. Stand out from others. Is it makes cinematic re-creations of horrific moments of white colonialists brutality throughout time films them. As if you're watching like clint eastwood western only. it's showing. What actually happened. And as josh hartnett in this kind of recurring role you know dress western style with like a you know a hat on a horse and holding a whip and beading indigenous people are enslaved africans throughout the world and the images that were shown yesterday the photos that went viral on the internet. They looked like scenes of the cinematic reproduction of century old crimes that are in role pex exterminate all the brutes like they're indistinguishable from it shows this incredible continuity and the reason -pected. This was to shock the audience into morality. You know there are all these images in black and white or black and white photographs or their etchings. Or the reproductions their imaginings and you know. He's he sought to bring this home. Especially i think to white people who like to play down these crimes. It's like oh that was just the times that was just the way things were. This is the way things are now and they don't have to be this way. The by the administration could make a different decision they could actually do something about abuses conducted by border control. That have been going on for decades. But you know increased in there Overt brutality under the trump administration L. one hundred marcus The head of dhs institution which itself i think should be abolished. Could be making different decisions and again you know. You need to stop falling for these by administration people who vowed to behave so differently. You know who are counting on you to just coast on their rhetoric coast on their little teary confirmation speeches that they make about you know. I love america. I'm so grateful. Do it for taking the end like me. Orcas a Well he came here. When he was a child. I grew up in beverly hills but likes to portray himself as a will begun. Cuban exile. don't fall for the shit you know. Look at people's actions in ask you know. Are they helping the most vulnerable. Are they acting. According to a united states bought to international law to human rights law are they on a baseline level. Just doing the right thing in a very obvious crisis in the answer is no then. Just take that in. Don't feel afraid to push back especially when you're reviewing an atrocity like this one So on that note. I more trustees not atrocities exactly but more Bad things going on in biden land. But i don't know if you've anything you want to add to that. Yeah it's not like biden land like these are all conditions. I've been set because of institutional failure for decades now and it's up to biden land to finally wake up and see all the people the majority of the country that has their back that fought like hell to bring them to power and not be scared of their own shadow during this time when we need strong leadership so but yes i do want to hear how the latest and what they are failing. I want to hear from you. Because you're the one who actually has some expertise than france here and we're going to be discussing. The big international shocker. Last week which is a france. Believe withdrawing its ambassador. After biden decided to form a new anglo alliance With australia and with the uk it's abbreviated as aucas Which is you know australia. Uk us In it the government like ruckus. More like ruckus goodwin andrea and so it the government of france Extraordinarily angry it. Supposing challenge to the very existence of nido which was already in distress that was a purposeful action on trump. you may recall that trump spent his entire four years in office trying to destroy nato. This is a long term goal of as you could see You know op-eds advertisements trump wrote about this falling his trip to russia in one thousand nine hundred seven that are in the eighties He went in there with that ambition. Which of course is a deeply held ambition of vladimir putin trump's patron who has of course wanted nato to the annihilated and wanted the eu to be weakened and managed to succeed you with the ladder of course with brexit so we already have a very vulnerable situation where traditional european allies have been illuminated needed from the united states. Do trump have been increasingly frustrated with us and are also having internal fractures within europe. Where you're seeing a lot of eastern european countries becoming more overtly autocratic in particular hungary and poland you're seeing increasing russian influence Over those countries especially in the uk with the you know the abundant grad oligarchy money laundering. That's been happening for. Decades will get a little more into that and basically you know these alliances Which seemed strong. Twenty years ago thirty years ago are already fraying and biden is fraying them further by partnering with the hard right governments of australia and the uk. And it's important to know this is who he's aligning with. Is boris johnson a brexit basically you know uk version of donald trump..

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"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"Our votes babbling blade trying to survive economically hoping that these big infrastructure and other policies that will affect not only our lives but the lives of all generations to come will pass. And this fucking random like nah. Nah you know what it'd be like. What the hell is that like. I think that's the reaction to most people when they find out that this individual exists. No there's gotta be a bunch of people like clutching. They're just like. Oh my god. Not the parliamentarian wh-when harris overrules. Of course you got. Or as trent lott did as you mentioned in two thousand one she can be fired. I mean really if trump did one thing this is not a good thing you know. Trump fired everybody for all sorts of reasons. It was like a spinal tap drummer kind of in administration and you know a lot of people were fired for unjust reasons like say alexander. Van mint Because he told the truth under oath which is something. The trump administration didn't like. But you know we. Now have a precedent of all sorts of folks. Just get in fired willy. Nilly without any kind of real repercussions there's an actual reason to fire The senate parliamentarian and that's to protect the american public so they should do it and it shouldn't be that hard without question. I one thing i'll say. Is that the senate. Parliamentarian is propping up this whole system of white supremacy that is destroying our country from within a- and that's why we were such a ripe target and in many ways for the mass murdering xenophobic terrorist regime putin's russia where immigrants are harassed and viral youtube videos. That's the thing there. And and a nationalist march founded by putin turned into a neo nazi march. That's why these conservatives and these democrats in name only are stalling any progress that would putin prove in trump prove our democracy because they benefit from this system. They are existential making their wealth and they've new escape plan after that 'cause all their estate plans are just fallacies dump fantasies that do not stand up to reality and so if you look at the moderates for instance the ones who are going to be vulnerable in the dark money campaign of the midterms. They loved the parliamentarian. They're hiding behind her. They don't want to have their names associated with any type of immigration reform specially when fox news. It's exploiting all those images of the haitians on our border and so forth and not only that they hide behind the gloss of good governance and bipartisanship when really the bipartisanship of so many of these democrats name only moderates so-called mater so called moderates is the bipartisanship that they do greatly contribute to is taking from the same trough as the republican colleagues. They're all dependent on the same major. Corporate donors cape corporate donors that are fine to fund politicians. That are driving the unconstitutional and dangerous. Antiabortion law in texas corporations that are funding the violent insurrectionist that drove the mob attack on our democracy and january. Six you have these so called moderate democrats democrats in name only daigneault's who are taking the corporate coffers and so they're happy hiding behind the parliamentarians so called rulings which are not rulings recommendations. Because then they don't have to disappoint their corporate donors. They don't have to be make themselves vulnerable to dark money adds going into the midterms and so forth. So the senate room terry and is very much doing favors to the traders on both sides of the aisle in the us senate exactly. And i just wanna sort of emphasized the zena phobic aspect of this because as you said you know images of the thousands of haitian refugees. Who arrived on the border in del. Rio are all over the place being exploited a by right wing bigots and there's some confusion as to why there there's i just wanted to just i mean this situation in the images that are coming out of there in the stories that were here. He out of there are absolutely horrifying. And if you were horrified rightly so by the plight of people in afghanistan whose lives were ruined in part because of our wars there you should feel equal empathy in equal upset at what is happening to haitians at the border. And what has been happening to haitians. I mean quite honestly since the founding of colonialists hiti which one of the few successful overthrows of that rule but especially since two thousand ten when they had a catastrophic earthquake That you know had aftershocks both environmental and political a good source. I think on kind of breaking down is jonathan katz Who studies haiti Has a free newsletter. In explains that the haitians who have showed up in del rio were part of a wave of patients who moved to brazil from his newsletter in search of jobs and housing in the years after the catastrophic twenty ten earthquake the jobs turned out to be fewer and poor paying the it hoped. Some fled the rising xenophobia. Stoked by brazil's neo-fascist president airballs denaro to chile then the pandemic came the dangerous crew and opportunities Became more scarce so then. He goes on to describe their journey through south america to colombia to panama throughout salvador under guatemala and then finally to mexico and finally to the border of the united states. And you know anybody who has been a refugee or worked with refugees or just has common sense knows that you do not make this journey lightly. This is a terrifying atrocious way to live and the were at the border are there with their families there with their children and the reason that they were being attacked by Border control on horses holding rains that they were using as whips Was because they were crossing back into mexico back and forth in search of food in search of medicine in search of the most basic supplies needed to survive and for the biden administration to treat them the way they're treating them but also just engage in this rhetoric like. Yeah we're just going to deport them. That's that with no introspection about our own governments role in facilitating this conflict. And how treated haiti but that aside just the basic laws of asylum the basic laws of human rights and what this country is supposed to represent..

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"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"And instead she presented some fine print of the senate rules and as the referee of the senate. She blocked it instead of firing her during her which is their right. Democratic leadership including biden accepted her recommendation which is only recommendation that once again can be ignored. Republicans for instance knowing how to play this game fired and replaced the senate parliamentarian in two thousand one. Two thousand one when george w bush had just come to power so they could pass his budget and tax cuts through an evenly divided senate so bush comes to power after losing the popular vote and stealing troll college after his lackey. Kathleen harris the attorney. General florida scrubbed a bunch of voters off the rules in the supreme court shut down the florida recount and bush than has the audacity to have his party immediately fire the senate parliamentarian so he can pass his agenda which the majority of americans did not want that is some brazen power moves that the democrats should learn from my opinion because the majority of the country is on the side of the democratic party and yet the democrats continue to refuse to act like it. The republicans are the party of power and the democrats insist on being seen as the party of good governance. They pride themselves on being methodical going by the rules. But how the hell are you going to play by the rules. When the other side keeps ripping up the rule book and it's driving our country. Deeper into a black hole corruption elite impunity and the highest levels of income inequality you ever seen in the united states so the latest from needling bureaucrat. Elizabeth mcdonough. one of history's most infamous and damaging bureaucrats who deprived millions livable. Wage especially non white women and men hit hardest by the economic crisis. She's now refusing to let democrats include immigration reform as part of their three point. Five trillion package of social climate crisis programs. Democrats were trying to establish a path to citizenship. For millions of immigrants this would provide much shaded relief for instance for dreamers undocumented immigrants who entered the country as a miners immigrants who have been put through hell during the deliberately cruel policies of trump's terror war driven by proud white supremacist. Stephen miller elizabeth mcdonough. Oddly enough is a former immigration attorney aches and rand. Paul is a doctor again. George w. bush got his tax cuts for the one percent pushed through and made the classic reagan revolution argument that it would help the economy. Democrats could argue the same for immigration reform. Considering how many immigrants fill jobs that americans do not want these are essential worker jobs that keep our economy. Running elizabeth mcdonough in a long tradition of white women protecting the abusive power structures patriarchy and white supremacy. Once again it makes a recommendation that hurts the most vulnerable in america. non white people vice president kamala harris. Who like every vice president must forge their own identity and legacy especially if she wants to win the white house herself one day can and should overrule the senate parliamentarian because she can and morally she must this would certainly cement a legacy or vice president harris one of conviction fighting for the values that the majority of americans share people are hungry right now for strength and leadership and it is far past time at the democrats showed that strength and leadership and especially when they had the opportunity to do so by playing by the rules. They have the right to ignore the parliamentarian. It's all there and they have precedent. I mean one of the things that's been just baffling to me. Seeing the blowback against the bided administration doing anything ethical pragmatic Or beneficial to the rule of law in this country is an all these people being like. Oh you know. You can't possibly expect vice-president harris to do this to overrule the parliamentarian. This doesn't happen since nineteen seventy five when you know vice. President nelson rockefeller overruled the parliamentary. Like yeah you know. What else hasn't happened since the mid seventies like any kind of accountability for elite criminal impunity. Like you know what did happen in the mid seventies you know the watergate hearings the resignation of richard nixon. The church committee the pike committee like these endless investigations of internal government corruption. That were meant to ensure that we do not repeat the mistakes of the past and that do we do not have bureaucracy functioning as a cover up for extreme crime and basically as a way to allow racists and others within the government to try to overthrow civil rights laws try to overthrow voting laws to try to protect the most elite including and powerful at the expense of the majority of the american people. Like that is why they had people overruling parliamentarians because we did not elect them. This is supposed to be a representative and transparent democracy and that very idea is now something that not just republicans challenge through their vert longing for autocratic rule. You know this is not something that they're hiding anymore. It's something we have been warning you about for a very long time. And we're seeing more and more basically official proof of this For example the memo from the federalist society lawyer in which outlined the plan for the coup that we were lectured endlessly was just a mirror. Graph was not going to be anything significant and of course it was enormously significant. And of course there's been no accountability. You know the way they get away with this this assertive veneer of respectability like you can't rock the boat. The boat is sinking. And we're on the boat and the entire country is on the boat and this is not rocking the boat. This is steadying it. This is making it go to shore and so yes of course. Com layers should overrule the parliamentarian. Like who the fuck is going to defend the parliamentarian like sec. Said most people don't know this person existed. Most of are kind of appalled to find out this person existed. So it's just this rando is like hanging out in the halls of the senate you know calling balls and strikes. Well we're out year casting..

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"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"I'm sarah concierge. The author of the bestselling books the for five or country in hiding. And please say. I'm andrea chalupa a journalist and filmmaker and the writer producer of the journalistic thriller. Mr jones about stalin's genocide famine in ukraine and this is gas at nation podcast covering corruption in the united states and rising autocracy around the world. And this week's bonus episode running for our patrons subscribers at the truth teller level and higher is going to be delayed until friday. We are planning to record friday morning because we want to give the fbi a few more days to hunt down gaby potatoes boyfriend bryan laundry a mascot of white male impunity. So this week's bonus will be called the fbi. Enablers abuse will discuss the fbi's protection. Of jeffrey epstein larry nassar and other sociopaths and of course we'll discuss how james comey as fbi director failed are us olympic gymnastics team who bravely testified to congress about surviving. Larry nassar's abuse and we're going to discuss how white male patriarchy clogging law enforcement failed to protect gabby petito and the thousands of girls and women many non white and ignored by the media who go missing every year. Her going to situate this in our ongoing discussion of how the f. b. i. enables an international crime syndicate child trafficking and other rampant corruption at the fbi continues to turn a blind eye towards enough is enough. It's about damn time. Somebody cleaned up the fbi before more. Innocent lives are destroyed. And you can look out for that. We're running it. Friday friday friday going heading into the weekend one more thing. We'll be answering questions. Submitted by your subscribers on patriot at the democracy defender levels higher we will be getting to those questions in addition to all these rants. We have about the fbi. Yep all right. We'll on with the show andrea. I think you as a graduate of joe. Manchin studies had a joe manchin update To last week's expose yes in our ongoing segment. we're calling quid pro jo. Were back with the family of drifters known as the mansion family joe mansions wife is corrupt. Joe mansions daughter is corrupt as we went over and last week's episode called quid. Pro jo and joe manchin son not to be outdone is also a pillar of the mansion family of corruption according to jane mayer of the new yorker and author of dark money the hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right mayor writes on twitter could the capture of congress by money. Be any clear mansion who just made nearly five hundred thousand dollars from his sons coal trading company and taken the most fossil fuel money in the senate is poised to gut biden's clean energy plan and again that's from jane mayer of the new yorker. So once again. The mansion family puts the trump family to shame. I wanted to point out that mansion. Taking half a million dollars from his sons cole. Trading company and voting against america's own security interests by blocking desperately needed legislation to combat the explosion climate crisis this is ukraine level corruption when people look at countries like ukraine. Why can't they clean up their act rant doing more against corruption. It's because of all the damn ukrainian joe manchin. Who are doing things like this. All the incestuous -ness of the corruption running in the family being kept inside the family. Why because when you keep it inside the family it ensures a level of trust at ensures this mafia level of loyalty mob loyalty sarah that we've covered with the trump's again and again and again i would like to see personally the mansions play the trump's in a game of family feud and the questions are all geared towards the dark arts of drifting racketeering bribery. I would watch the hell out of that. We need a mark burnett of the left reality show producer with the guts to approach both families without offer one night only the mansions versus the trumps. The art of the graft family feud addition. Yes with both ending up. All i can think of a lot of places. I went there and under other say i would say under federal investigation but in this country that means they will roam free As you will find out. Rpg on bonus spoiler alert the fbi. Lets them get away. You took one for the team and delve into the mansion family finances into the corruption of his daughter's business into the you know attempts to buy off his wife into mansion himself missed the sun. And i don't put that on you. I put that on the lack of media coverage joe manchin was treated as moderate mystery. Like ooh you know what kind of ideological bent does this man have like. Why is he singularly. Blockading everything in congress. And it's not singularly blockading. I mean if it weren't joe mansion as i've said many times it would be cinema. It would be fine feinstein. You know this is the rotating villain that allows the democrats to remain inert and should not do anything about an urgent threat of autocracy to not do anything to have set their corporate donors. Even though we're literally looking at an expert essential threat but still you would think that this would prompt some curiosity. Some deep dive investigation. And i know that you know the media has gone to hell financially or you know. It's it's reflective of what happens in society in general the wealth is conglomerate it at the top by people who are friends with these certif- oats people like the mansions they therefore don't want them investigated. It's very interesting to me that it's jane mayer who pointed this out on twitter because she's among the few you know really true investigative journalists that looks into kleptocracy that dig very deep into white collar crime and that doesn't seem to fear the the repercussions of doing so in the in the way So many others have so. I would like to learn more but my god you know. The other thing of course is that if jane mayer new has a congress new this people in congress knew this so whatever. The points of leverage are at getting mansion to do his job and again. I will remind all of you that the jobs of these individuals is to serve the american public. It's not to be agitated and cheerlead it and given this bizarre stand treatment. That's people seem to devolved into On social media you know less For joe mansion they would've known biden would know all this shit about. Oh my goodness what will could buy biden. and do. He's only the most powerful person in the world he would have known this. You would have known this. Joe manchin son. Same way people new stuff about joe. Biden's son so maybe again that's the. Maybe that's the problem. I don't know but you know the people who bear the brunt of the problem in the end our us are ordinary american people and of course future generations worldwide. We're going to have to pay the price of climate catastrophes that could be mitigated if action were taken now. That action is being prevented by joe. Manchin of for whom. I suppose no amount of money's great enough and that's one of the things we've talked about this before. I still just don't get it. It's like you have millions and millions of dollars like for most people like one million. That's a lot like that would be like a lotto level amount of money like you'd be incredibly satisfied. One million these are people have like five hundred million dollars sick amount of money and no future like they share the future les mis of the rest of us and they're contributing to the future lessening of their children of their grandchildren. And no matter how much money you have like no matter what you think you're going to do like build a bunker in new zealand. What have you. it's not going to work. We've seen over the last few months. So many of these little escape plans that you know sociopathic billionaire elites have come up with over the last few decades. I'm going to build retreats in you know whitefish. Montana are in the pacific northwest or in canada because those areas scientists had thought some degree would be more immune from the effects of climate change. And then what we saw over the summer is like no nowhere is immune and the way that these climate catastrophes work is with incredible unpredictability. Like people were not imagining. It was going to be over one hundred degrees for weeks on. End in portland oregon. They were not imagining. That new york would have. I think the record amount of rainfall in a small amount of time in the entire history of the city like these are catastrophic..

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The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

Gastropod

01:38 min | 1 year ago

The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

"The only time to my knowledge that i've ever eaten a soybean in soybean form is at amami those green pods you get as a starter at sushi restaurants which i love so young soybeans which is what mommy is is generally esteemed but once you actually had the mature bean and then you try to cook it. The results tend to be less than appetizing. Gen fu is a professor at emory university. Who studies the history of science technology and medicine in china. And she's the author of the other milk. She published under jetson but she goes by wendy her everyday life. So that's what we're going to call her. This episode wendy told us that the soybean was likely domesticated in what's now northeastern china. Right on the border with korea wild soybeans and then domesticated soybeans. They're not particularly high maintenance. They grow well in a lot of different regions and their beans which are in general. A good thing to and so people ate a lot of them. It isn't early crowd that is recognized and becomes part of what is known as the classical grains. so we know that soybean is not actually green but it was treated as sort of staple food similar to weet As well as rice it was a staple yes but it was only a staple out of necessity. Like wendy said. The mature soybean has some issues more so even than many of its fellow colleagues. It causes pretty intense gas innocent flatulence and even though like all means it's packed with protein. It also contains a chemical that means our bodies kant really process that protein but there is a way around the protein blocking problem and at least a little of the flatulence problem and that is to boil the crap out of mature

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Exploring AI With Kai-Fu Lee

The TWIML AI Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Exploring AI With Kai-Fu Lee

"All right everyone. I am here with kaifu. Lee chi food is chairman and ceo of innovation ventures the former president of google china and author of the new york times bestseller superpowers. And we're here to talk about his new book which will be released next week. A twenty forty one kaifu. Welcome to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you thank them. It is great to have an opportunity to speak with you. I'm looking forward to digging in and talking more about the book before we do though i'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in the field of ai. Sure i started With my excitement in back in nineteen seventy nine. When i started my undergraduate at columbia i worked on language and vision at columbia and then i went to carnegie mellon for my team at which develops the first speaker independent speech. Recognition system based on machine learning actually Some the earlier thesis in machine learning in nineteen aba. I also developed a computer program that the world's fellow champion is all in the eighties. Very early years after mike graduation from Cmu i talked there for two years than i joined apple and led a a lot of apples. Ai speech natural language and media efforts later joined sgi and then microsoft where i started microsoft research asia in beijing in nineteen ninety eight which kind of became one of the best. Tom research labs in asia. Later i joined google and ran google china for four years between two thousand and five in two thousand nine. We did do a little bit for how they i mostly was Really developing google's presence in china in two thousand nine. I left google and started my venture capital firm assign ovation ventures and at san ovation ventures we invest in the bow for the ai companies. We were about the earliest and probably invested in the most companies we invested in about seven unicorns in ai alone and with a few more Yet to come so they're excited to be in the era i it's Was not so hot during much of my career. But glad scooby with the catch. The recent wave and participate in it.

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US Open: Ashleigh Barty Crashes out to Shelby Rogers

The Tennis Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

US Open: Ashleigh Barty Crashes out to Shelby Rogers

"When we were recording ash body was in trump. Wasn't she to begin with we'd we'd watch that first set of hers and was really a bad set of tennis from bolton admitted as much afterwards. She said she really struggled to adjust to the night conditions. The court was much better than she was expecting. She didn't have any fail on her forehand whatsoever and her serve at the start of that match. I think she had hit five votes. After a couple of service games he was really really struggling but then as we were recording she got it together and i think we pretty much finished the podcast with her five to up in that third set and in control having taken charge looking like she was going to win and then what happened was that she loves serve twice when serving for the match and that had been a theme of how i two rounds hair. She'd lost serve both times. Seven for the action still recovered to win. She'd been insistent and have press conference that it wasn't an issue. But you know you can't argue with the evidence rarely. That's that's four times in three rounds. She's lost to serve when serving for the match and she really just didn't close the match. In the way that. I expected her to and fu credit to shelby roaches. She played exceptionally well. I thought she hung around rallies far better than i've ever really seen her. Do i think jose really big hitter and that can often not go hand in hand with consistency and she certainly has got a lot of power but she was smart with tennis. She was looping the ball up moon boiling it to the bharti back can which was just a great tactic and feels like something. The rest of the tour needs to try and adopt if they

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Who Is Shang-Chi? A Review of Marvel's Latest Blockbuster

The Big Picture

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Who Is Shang-Chi? A Review of Marvel's Latest Blockbuster

"Who is chunky. And why should we care about him so strong. She has like pretty unique origins. As as it goes for marvel characters he was created by steve englehart and gemstar. Lynn in nineteen seventy. Three james stalin's the same guy that Creative thanos who who were all very familiar with absolutely inevitable. He really came. This came at the height of the phenomenon as sweeping across america after the success of daycare. Deans kung-fu series on abc. Which actually was the inspiration for this character. And really like after bruce. Lee's enter the dragon calms in like that really skyrockets. His his popularity in shanxi capitalizes off of that but at least for for the characters origins well like it was really unique character because he was built around his father and his father was a character that was licensed property off of Sacks roamers fu manchu. Who is as you likely now. Very very problematic figure and one of the most prolific Really pulp villains of the twentieth century. So this character really grows From that origin from that kind of lens of being for like a white audience at a time when they're just trying to go off of this this really craze of kung fu.

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"fu" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on DV Radio

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"fu" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on DV Radio

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Microdosed Mindfulness With Janet Fouts

The Addicted Mind Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Microdosed Mindfulness With Janet Fouts

"Hello everybody welcome to the addicted. Mind my guest. Today is janet fouts and she's gonna talk about mindfulness one of my favorite topics. So janet please introduce yourself well. Thanks dwayne gosh. How do i introduce myself. I'm a lot of things. I'm an author speaker a caregiver. I do a lot of stuff. I wear a lot hats but the one that really floats my boat. The most is mindfulness on. I'm really glad that we're gonna get a chance to talk. Awesome i am. I am excited to talk with you about that. I know you have like books out there which just amazes me. I've i've never written a book but Maybe one day but that seems like a big number. I don't know why. I'm thinking that but it does well anyway. Let's just been tell me a little bit about you. And how mindfulness came into your life. Well it's Always had kind of aspects of mindfulness to my life. But i remember way back. Maybe the seventies early eighties. I decided i'm gonna learn to meditate and it was really due to the show. Kung-fu because i was really convinced of come was convinced that if i just learnt to meditate that everything would start to move slower and i be able to manage my life and everything would be wonderful and you know if somebody attacked me. I'd be able to just stop them in a heartbeat. These are things you get when you're a teenager absolutely. That's so funny. Because i i loved same that same feeling you know you just thought why he's so cool to be can't and then i studied taichi for while and i did meet some people who were actually amazing human beings. That could do all kinds of crazy things. And then i realized that i don't i'm too busy. I have monkey mind. I can't do this. I ran through all the usual

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Top Chinese Official Admits Vaccines Have Low Effectiveness

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Top Chinese Official Admits Vaccines Have Low Effectiveness

"China's top disease control official in a rent a canola Jewett says some current vaccines offer no protection against the corona virus I'm mixing them is among strategies being considered to boost the effectiveness China has distributed hundreds of millions of doses of domestically made vaccines have ruled and is relying on them for its own mass immunization campaign but to the director of the Chinese center for disease control and prevention guy fu says the efficacy rates needed improving what is now under consideration is whether we should use different vaccines from different technical lines for the immunization process he also praised the benefits of messenger RNA vaccines months after questioning whether the van on proven method was safe I'm Charles the end of this month

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'Captain Underpants' book pulled for 'passive racism'

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

'Captain Underpants' book pulled for 'passive racism'

"Popular Kids book is now being taken taken out of circulation because of racist imagery in undertones Scholastics as it's pulled the Adventures of Luke and Gluck Kung fu cave men from the future because it perpetuates passive racism Publisher says the decision is fully backed by author Dav Pilkey. The book was released in 2010 and follows two characters who live in the fictional town of Cave Land. Ohio a time travel from 500,001 BC to the year 22 20. To where they meet a martial arts instructor who teaches them. Kung Fu Pilkey says he'll donate his advance and all royalties to groups dedicated to stopping violence and hatred against Asians. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Sochi, also authors, the popular captain Underpants,

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'Captain Underpants' book pulled for 'passive racism'

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

'Captain Underpants' book pulled for 'passive racism'

"It's pulled Captain Underpants The Adventures of Luke and Gluck Kung fu cave men from the future because it perpetuates passive racism. Publisher says the decision is fully backed by the author Dave Pilkey. The book released in 2010 follows the two characters who live in the fictional town of Cave Land. Ohio. They time traveled from 500,001 BC to the year 22 22, where they meet a martial arts instructor who teaches them Kung Fu Pilkey says he'll donate his advance and all royalties from the book. Groups dedicated to stopping violence and hatred against Asians. Deborah

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"fu" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"fu" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

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It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

World Affairs Council

02:06 min | 1 year ago

It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

"It's been just about a year since the first symptomatic cases of a new coronavirus were reported in Wuhan, China. Viral pneumonia has hit central China's Fu Han city authorities have reported 27 cases in total, seven of which are critical. More than 35 million people in China are now on a travel lockdown. More than 800 have been sickened and 26 have died. As the virus spread like wildfire in Europe, we turned to one of the world's leading infectious disease specialists. My name's Larry. Brilliant. I'm an epidemiologist. Dr. Larry Brilliant, is CEO of Pan defense. He's best known for playing a key role in eradicating smallpox, a scourge of humanity for centuries. He previously led the school foundation's global threats fund. Was founding director of Google dot org's and he was scientific advisor for the 2011 film contagion back in March, right before the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic. This is how he assessed the situation. Very this is going to be a bumpy road. This is going to change the world for the next 12 to 18 months. They'll be outbreaks in States and countries they'll be cleared up the return again sees now they will play a small role in it. Travel and accidents replace small role in it. The case fatality rate will go up or down, not because it really changes or the virus changes. Based on how rapidly we find light cases or how rapidly we report deaths, But you have to realize that this is a novel coronavirus. And that there's nearly eight billion of us on the planet. None of us have immunity, except for a small handful. This disease is not going to go away by itself. We don't have an antiviral. We will not have a vaccine for 12 to 18 months. We're in for we're in for a tough time. But it is not A mass

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No. 20 UNC runs wild, rolls past No. 9 Miami 62-26

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

No. 20 UNC runs wild, rolls past No. 9 Miami 62-26

"Michael Carter each invited Williams said an NC double a record by combining for five hundred forty four yards rushing as twentieth ranked North Carolina embarrassed number nine Miami sixty two twenty six Carter ran for three hundred eight yards and two touchdowns Williams had two hundred thirty six yards and three TV's according to the NC double a it's the seventh time the two teammates each ran for at least two hundred yards and the first since two thousand sixteen it's also the first instance in ACC history Carolina finished with seven hundred seventy eight yards Sam how fu for a score ran for a score and caught a TD pass for the tar heels I'm Dave very

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"fu" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"fu" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"And how do you get wise right. So most people would say well you get wise through experience, but you and I both know that's not fucking true cuz there's tons of shit, you've got wage friends with that. You know, you shouldn't fucking do and you're still doing it. So it's not experienced that and so obviously the next place we go as well. It's knowledge. Like it's an accumulation of knowledge, but that's not true either. I mean just think of all the books you've read and all the things you've heard and the advice should be given and you still live this fucking life, right? Like you're even less than to me every week. Right and then as you get at the car you like. Well, that's that fucking done a back end of the same life again, right? And I know you're making changes in your home. For an S. Fuckingawesome, but doesn't number of you were just like oh this guy speaks a lot of sense. I mean, I'm not going to fucking do any of that shit but sounds good to me or maybe use it so you can go talk to your friends about what you heard like so that you'll sound-wise big you're not making wise choices in your life and an example that I use in the book is you know, like we've all had things in our life must said to ourselves. I'm never going to do that again. That is not fucking wisdom. Right my fucking five year old says that yet that's just a good practice in life. So this is what I wanted to give people in the book like how to accumulate was them was them that works for you. Not only now am in your life, but for the rest of your life, they can of wisdom that when life comes out you you've got something in your toolbox something that you've already adopted as your own home. So in this book cut it up any four sections and to me the sections that are split this into our like foundational pieces of any human beings life-long. So one of the pieces out to give away to you was about love Like what is it? What if you could actually be wise with love? What if you could go through your life and love lives for you, like some kind of place that you come from as opposed to something you're defending or rejection for or something you're in survival about right? Which I know some of you are you in survival about love like cuz you don't fucking have it. So you're scrolling through the internet. I'm looking for the one eight billion fucking people, but you're that special does only fucking one. So what I'm really out together way to people in this book is real tangible nuggets of wisdom that when you apply your life to it, you'll start to see all the spaces all the gaps all the inconsistencies with how you currently do love.

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"fu" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"fu" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"Don't we all need a little bit of that? So on today's show I might say only talk about my inspiration for this book. I don't really get much of an opportunity to talk directly with the people who follow me on line and follow the podcast about what was going on in my mind when I write these various books. So I wanted to give you a little and say any wisest fuck and then of course you can buy this book anywhere where one might find good books because I think it's a good book and then obviously later on the show. We're going to have Stephen command..

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"fu" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"fu" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

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"fu" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"fu" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"And leave them out there for individuals to acquire the knowledge at their convenience thank you it is five twenty nine in the morning here in southern California where I am podcasting sunny cal right lovely weather right and actually reminder why if I ever feel gloomier if I ever feel oh whatever's going on I think that's the reason why Renzo expensive and all this other we say the rents expense I don't want to put that in out there you know yes the cost of living is higher but you know this is what you get in return is ability just say hey I'm clear my head why am I mad doesn't matter what's going on right from finances to health too you know so what's going on what's going on I have a lot of energy right now I think I think I've mentioned this four in terms of the tone sometimes a little bit softer sometimes I'm up in the news it's good to have the energy I've been feeling more I've been feeling better more strength what's more more vita more vitality more vigor and go to shows I wanted to record or at least two things I wanna talk about main main concept remained topic of today is why I come through why still Kung Fu and also I don't know I'm trying to get away from using the filler words you get what I'm saying comes with more reading and education but also the feelings of waking up early the benefits or or even the drawbacks of being up when everyone else is still slow three thirty in the morning yeah you wake up someone three thirty in the morning what do you think they're going to say hey why did you wake me up at three thirty in the morning I'm trying to get mm sleep and it's been a little crazy on my end or I should say fascinating because three thirty is the time I wake up sometimes at three sometimes later today I woke up at four thirty however you're always wake up at three thirty was in and I think once again thank you technology thank you thank you Google thank you for guiding me to Eric Thomas He's another motivational speaker. If you have if if you have a chance Google Air Thomas this man will motivate you okay this person nine will get you going so you know big shouts to him and Desai thank you right but he implemented the idea of of getting up early really the three thirty sweet spot and down you know and I kind of heard the concept from other people as well but really just building up to there I started off with up at five or five thirty so I can get a jump on the day five am was that sweet spot. it up I can go on a hike five thirty was was was the time to go on a hike sweet spot and then over the last couple of years has just been I maybe over the last two years it's been trying to get to that three thirty and it's been great it's three three years four years now and with that I do have to go back go to bed early like around nine am nine PM and that provides about six and a half hours of sleep the extra hour or hour and a half can be made with a nap thirty minute nap to get your seven hours you can so that's an I find that schedule a work and I find and.

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