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"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

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08:07 min | 5 d ago

"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"They were being. They were just their jobs. Were gone in there goes. It goes on and on for months. People don't know what to do and then it looked their church for the faith and they're afraid they don't wanna lose the church they don't want to lose what they have if they have anything left at all so they're afraid to rock the boat because they don't wanna lose it but they don't know how to get it and they see this destroy inability really to address what's going on except for it has some nice sounding prayers. Maybe they told their bulletin or something you know. They're not the church i think. The churches afraid the archbishop's bishops are afraid of seeing like their callous about everyone's health instead they're just sitting quietly by. I'm certain that's the case. And and you know in the beginning even despite that i give some benefit of the doubt as you're saying we didn't know how bad this was originally for so for that sort of decisions of those first few weeks have a lot of understanding for that but yeah. I'm i'm certain that you're that you're right there. There's a lot of fear of you in respect also you know the the counterpart to that is you know. Just sort of like. I've talked about this virus with regards to the response to fires. Regards to people wanting to feel like they're in control of their lives. But now i. I wonder if you know the for some people that the the opportunity to for moral posturing i- again this is not a blanket statement about people's response to this but Certainly for some people there seems to be a lot of love of moral posturing and moral high ground involved in a boy. This came this. This this whole thing came at a great time. You know th probably there's more and moral posturing and our civilization now than in any civilization more moral posturing about the tiniest things alsace or the most meaningless gestures and posting on social media and stop that any other time in history men so you know what a opportunity for for more of that. This was that our our faith in this country is is very hard to maintain. I think it's very to to believe it. God in a very secular age we see. It's more advanced in europe than it is now in here. But it's coming here and it's coming fast like a freight train and it just whatever it is about our society about western society. Sucks the faith out of people. And what you need. In order to be able to combat that is to be able to go to church to be with other people to be able to have these things to help. Bolster your faith when you are not at church and when we just sort of seemed to shrug all that off allow will you know at some point. We'll we'll come back. I mean if that's what you get from your priests in front of your bishops can hardly be surprised if people don't hold much faith after that it requires you and of course as a christian as a catholic as a baptized daughter. Christ i that is my responsibility to do to develop it myself to pray. But i need help. We all need help into to just not get it it. Just i guess. That's my biggest thing. That i i just don't understand why we just gave as a church not individually but as a church we just said oh well it's gone. It's very strange. It's very strange. Are there any other points you'd like to touch on. I just like to say again just. We need to be caught. We need to be kind to other people and not assume that their faith is not as good as ours. Because you don't know where you stand before. God you don't know where they stand before god. The many centers have become saints. Many people who you think the people who knew them what they had. No faith became great saints. So let's not just laugh at people right. They wanna to do something. But let's also not like. I said let's also not assume that somebody does have your understanding of faith. You know because again. We're trying not to scandalise the week we do have to have. We have to have consideration for for the weaker brethren so yeah yeah you don't understand You say you don't agree with what i was saying about. You know my disagreement with the lockdown overall or anything like that. Yeah just to take it back to your more limited point. Just be sensitive you know. Don't don't be. Don't be an insensitive boob in response to people's concerns. Don't be don't be cleric. Lists don't be an elitist. Let me just take a quick a quick break to say something. I wanted to mention at the beginning of this episode. Because it's relevant. I wanted to thank a couple of reviewers of the catholic culture. Podcast on apple podcasts. And i mentioning in this episode because they referred to another episode in the reviews that was on the topic of lockdowns That was episode. Eighty disobey lockdowns now. And i think it was. Yeah disobey lockdown. That was a conversation with the canadian catholic theologian. Douglas farrow and the lutheran political philosopher. Andrew bus on kind of the theological and then the political philosophical aspects of kind of the level of obligation for the church to observe lockdown requirements of the state. And things like that so thanks to aunt in the attic and mako mark for their reviews. Both of which referred to episode eighty-four mako mark said episode eighty four offered perspective and guidance. That sadly i haven't heard anywhere else and on the attic said it was unusually eye opening and helpful. So that's why. I did that episode. You know i. It's it's a little bit out of normal wheelhouse maybe by it you know. I just thought that people should be speaking clearly about these things and i. I appreciated essays that i had read by douglas. Farrow and andrew bush on this topic that i wanted to have them both on to have an exchange about it and and get their thoughts out there to a wider audience. So if people listening or watching having heard that episode. I it's actually from a couple of episodes before we added video to this podcast so it's audio only but it is in the youtube channel just just as like a still image with audio so you can. You can watch it there as well. And i highly highly recommend that episode in particular. Thanks again to those who left those nice reviews. Gail i think i mean i've seen you around on social media and stuff. This might be the first thing. I've read that you've written. Can you tell me about your writing. General my right. I am a freelance writer. But most of my writing. That hasn't for diocesan. Publications is all about graphic design. So you probably haven't read it. That was my specialty for a long time. I wrote for trade magazines about graphic design. And i wrote books but graphic design so very interesting. So what about your The radio show that you produce no-shows called driving to faith. It is four to six. Pm eastern everyday on Radio of our host. Rob jack is a priests archdiocese of cincinnati and used to be theology teacher at our seminary so we have a lot of interviews everyday a lot of interesting. Catholics can listen online at cigarette. Radio dot com awesome. Well this was really fun. I rarely get to do an off the cuff episode. Like this. i mean you know. There's only been two or three. Where i really all i did. In this case. I read your article and then we did it so it was nice to be able to just also just blow off some steam.

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"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

07:53 min | 5 d ago

"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"Poor had the people that built so many of parishes many of our churches and fill them with all of these things. And i think that those are a lot of the people who also were more than novus ortho people maybe not now but certainly the ones who helped and promoted the beginning. I go. I just want to take by priests are what happened to watch this. I do go to a parish that have the latin mass where we have one latte massive one english mass. So we do both in it. My my mass while it is a no sordo. Mass is extremely reverend. Has a lot of altar boys has all the and everything so i have kind of chat traditional sensibility to my parish and to my to my faith styler whatever you wanna call it but But i definitely do go. The english mass in the reason that in the article is because i was trying to get away from the idea that i had an axe to grind with whatever kind of in the same thing is i also said that in the article that i wasn't going to argue whether or not we should do the type of ashes that were used to the point was it was my call whether we are not so i wanted to talk about what is at least in a way my collins your call and oliver calls which is there are things that we all do and i know a lot of people who think that some people that commented on this article were all saying well if no we just did all latin. This wouldn't be a problem. I don't know l. new. If that's true or not and i'm not i not gonna fight the wars over. What kind of mask. We should have those. Aren't my call. Those are the pope's call edna. We have to deal with what we have but we have to work with and that is part of. That is how we communicate about these changes. That we don't have control over. I mean how do we you know. You pointed out just in a simple way. Don't look down on people who have a problem with the changes. Don't look down on people who are disappointed at the very least. Don't communicate some sense of regret. Fullness instead of this kind of like bureaucratic or just sort of like theologically abstract and don't assume people don't have enough faith. We don't know how much faith another person has. We don't know lots of people say that they first became interested in the catholic church from seeing ashes or from getting ashes Away that is the popular face of the church right now. The popular face of thal country is backing a lot of people. Maybe don't they don't like that but that but it's true and so why would you throw that away. Why would you ignore. Why don't you say to yourself. Why is it that pudding ashes on his forehead. And remembering that. You're going to die and that you better. If you're not ray should be before he died. You'd better get there because something bad my to after you die. Why would that be more popular to the general public than having special easter breads. You know they they make it. Certain countries are our christmas carols. Or whatever what is it about that that is speaking to people and and that we can reach out to them too and that that this is this is important to them. Why aren't we saying. Hey this is an important thing unless just not. Brush it aside even if it's just for one time let's say we're really sorry we can't do it this year. We really want to do it next year. We intend to come back. We attend to give this to you again. Why are we. Why are we instead acting like we could just put a little bulletin out and say this is the proper way to do it in france. So we're going to do it. That way enjoy heart. It's a bit heartless. i mean. look just big picture. The twentieth century is a time of incredible instability and constant change in in so many ways in society. Just i mean accelerating in the past you know. Twenty to thirty years Let's say in. The united states are social mores are are ideological framework than than the church. You get this instant change where people are totally unknown word and yeah. I'm sorry it might be true that technically changing the literally doesn't change doctrine. That's sure how it works. Psychologically on people and arguably in some respects was intended to work by some of the people. Mack matt i'm not saying the novato as you know. Defective corrupt inherently. I'm just talking about the reasons for. I'm talking more about the rate of change than in this conversation. And you know the the even the substance of the changes and you know that's something put benedict. Of course you know commented on just the fact that you you change things and then sort of like almost defacto make legal. What came before. That's that's an abuse so now we have this pandemic so many changes. Not just in how he practice our faith in every part of life and we. We don't show any caution at all about introducing more changes. I mean just have a heart even aside from the more grave consequences. It's like can't have some nice things like really like we can be pretty sure that this is not a very dangerous practice of smudging. The ashes on people's foreheads people are not getting the virus from people's foreheads. Generally speaking as far as i know that's even aside from the fact of how serious the virus itself is. You know you would think that would be. We'd be a little bit more sensitive to the fact that people are already been battered enough. You think. I think that people are very afraid. They've been made to feel afraid or them. One way and they look at everything as if i i think i said earlier you know the very beginning. Nobody knew what was going to happen. Nobody knew how dangerous is gonna be. Nobody knew what exactly was the way that the disease even was was transmitted. And now you still feel like if you just say well you know what you just said not. I'll see how putting it on someone's forehead is going to is going to spread an airborne disease and then they like what you you just want everyone to die. It turned into this strange everything that you do. It means you're completely reckless. And you want the church to be completely reckless and assume that that christ will protect everyone just because they're in church which is not true at all. But i think that's what a lot of people feel that they they're stuck between they. They can't prove that something. Isn't there not a scientist or doctors. They can't prove anything so they're told like well. You just totally disregard health of everyone. And that's not true at all but we. We are left most of us sort of addressed and not knowing how to respond to this in any way we look. Nobody can seem to manage to get their schools open or their businesses open. The restaurant's open here in ohio. I lived we just had a curfew that was months and months and months long. The closed all the bars at nine o'clock while there were very flimsy reasons for that happening and many many people work in that industry. And they're there..

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"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

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02:54 min | 5 d ago

"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"Gone there's just this sort of lethargy the sort of feeling like what could we do. And i think that's partly because our leadership our bishops are not really handling it at all. They're just sort of letting go. And the priests are hanging out in the wind going. Well we're just doing our best. And there's no i think i think waiting for. I said this is someone the other day if what happens is that the case numbers go down and we reopened. I don't see that as a victory to be honest with the president. That's been set for how we handle the sort of thing i. I mean yeah. Of course. he'll be relieved. If you know lockdown completely ends but you know it's it's a failure if it doesn't result from people just deciding. Hey we're not going to do this anymore. And certainly as the fires. The church is concerned. Okay so you know the powers that be are certainly paying attention to to how easy it just how easy it was to. You know severely interfere with religious life across the entire world. And and i wrote an article. It just seems like when you look at what has been done publicly. And i'm here thinking about by the mayors and the governors people like that and the response of the church to it. It just seems like in that in our number of we're gonna make a list of the most important thing we have to do. Religions may be a hundred out of one hundred if it makes the list. Our faith is just allowed to just disappear in. And i mean it's it's a global thing it's not just american but in america especially baked is is thought of on protestant lines and it's a personal thing and a protestant doesn't have to go to church will maybe some do but churches optional for them. They go and they they like to say whenever two or three two or more of your gathered. That's that's the church while we were not like that. I mean yes. That's us too but we we worship. We have to worship in a church. We have to worship. We don't have to worship in a group but the priest has to be there The priests can do the mask by himself of course but but it that's where it is the priestess there are churches there the church where the bishop is these. Things are different in a way for the way they are. Protestants and our government seems to have just said well in general..

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"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

08:08 min | 5 d ago

"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"Needs nothing to help you then that's your problem. You're just not a good enough catholic or you. You just have no faith or you know. Unfortunately some people feel. It's that's my problem. God doesn't give me enough faith. I'm not. I'm not good enough. Everybody's not the same and that's one thing that the catholic church has that so many other christian communities don't have most other christian communities are built around people who have a similar way of doing things especially in this country where you can pick and choose people. They seem to have become very much well. This is where we're very emotional or this is where we're we're very social or this is where we have this kind of music And so everybody in those groups feels most of the people feel like they're they're being fed you know as they always say because that's the kind of person they are so if you liked to read the bible all day long and here long sermons and you go somewhere where you have that and if you if you are very motive and you wanna hear rock songs for play our before worship you go that into the catholic church. We used to give everybody everything. There was a place for you. And now it's almost as if will if you can't hack it it from your living room where we're live streaming mass in really bad or maybe a really well done thing but a lot of times. It's not even very well done. And if you can't just feel just exactly as much it's participating in mass there as you did when you were in a in the church with the priests with the host with the people. Then and that's you're just you're just not up to demands of our society today and that's not right to do to people and we should know that we catholics snow. That and none of that. Lets me off the hook for my own. You know. I think failure to to grow in the way that i should have. You know that spring. But it's just recognizing the facts. It's not saying people can't shouldn't be expected in one sense to rise to the occasion but it but it's also as a certain realism that you need about what actually is going to happen with many people exactly. It would be great if everybody rose to the occasion but not there's never any occasion where everyone rises to it at ya and scandal. You know scandal takes many forms giving scandal really. It doesn't necessarily mean doing or saying something morally wrong. I mean the example saint. Paul gibbs is something right these talking about eating meat. Those offered idols. Things that are he's not talking about even talking about things that are intrinsically morally wrong so when you put a stumbling block in front of people you can't then just yeah. You can't just expect everybody to kind of not stumble against our time. We have expected that. We've expected that for decades now of people i think and i think that i'm not gonna say i don't know what was it. The hearts of the people. I think many of the people who were behind the changes in the church really thought they would make people that these other things were getting in the way and this would make people be more devout and maybe for some it has but it certainly hasn't turned out that way for the whole church and for us and we've just left people to to sort of develop on their own and they a lot of them. Hadn't i mean if you look in catholic bookstores. there's books on praying literally the hours. There are people like you the go to mass every day who there are all these things you can do. But how many people. What percentage of people of catholics do them is very very small. And the number of catholics who to mass. Once a week now is kind of abysmally small and now we've taken mass away from people. A large percentage of the country cannot go to mass. Or it's very difficult for them to go to mass. And that's just unprecedented. Do this. This law month upon month. I was just reading in the i forget where catholic news agency. Maybe that portland maine. They still aren't allowed to have twenty percent. Twenty five percent of their churches filled they can have mass but it has to be less fewer than twenty five percent of the seats be filled. That's crazy really an but if that's the case why isn't the church. Why aren't we as a church. Try to help people instead of just telling them well. That's just the way it is. You're just gonna have to soldier on. It's not a war. It's not like we're being attacked by. Stay at our homes. There's other things we could do and we. We just seem completely unable to figure out what what they are. Well you you said in your article that the point was not to dispute whether changing the practice for this year in terms of the ashes specifically was necessary. But you were kind of more talking about the attitude towards. I will say it's not necessary. I'm just going to throw that out there. It's not necessary. it's pointless and i know even though you know people who are much much. More cautious about The virus than i am. Who who would say the same thing. I agree one hundred percent and yeah there. There is a lot of callousness in the way this has been done and certainly not only with regard to the church certainly with regard to just even admitting that any trade offs are being made in many areas of society other than just sort of like emotional ones. Like we know you don't like to have to stay home. Where a mask and stuff but you know. There's not a really serious reckoning being made with the trade offs so i. That's that's one reason that this article resonated with me so much because it so typical of like what's going on general in the church in our society with all these changes that are constantly being made. Yeah i agree. I think that at the beginning of the pandemic it. I mean that was very understandable. Nobody knew what was going to happen. We were all terrified that millions of people are going to die and that we had to stay home but it just keeps going on and on and on and we have lost in this country huge numbers of our basic right that we're supposed to have as americans we can't sensible. We can't practice our religion. There's businesses that are going out of that are will never come back. We're just kind of pretending. Oh yeah when this is all over will go back. But but meanwhile they're they're just dying on the vine we've got children than haven't been in school for months and months and months of no one seems to care in almost seems like everyone is pretending that this is temporary but temporary has become an indefinite. And everyone's just gonna pretending like it's still only a week after it happened and this is just will we can just put up with it. Because it's only selena little while so i like the way you said that it's almost like it. There's no reckoning going on and people you expect your government. You expect your bishops. Expect these people to kind of look at everything that's happening with cold and say here's what's going on. Here's what we have to do about it but instead there's just this sort of endless. We're not even going to acknowledge that. You're you're losing all these things and that they might not come back and we're not going to deal with them or help you to do them better. I mean i think in the church there has been some at especially at the beginning. There were some really creative things that priests were trying to do. They were having masses outside. They were you know two parking lot things doing stuff but even that i think that whole energy is.

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"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

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07:39 min | 5 d ago

"finke" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"That's lame. They're changing out. The ashes are done. But then when i saw people complaining about it you know i said one of the things. You cited people saying the article which is well you know. It's the same. They do it in that way and other countries. So you know. Don't make too big of a deal out of it. But you. And that's i mean that i would still say that to some extent maybe we can go ahead. And just start to contextual. Is this for people who aren't aware because at my parents. Surprisingly i got the ashes smudged in across on my forehead so they just sanitized their come in between each. Wanna reach to people or something Can we talk about. It's not exactly a universal policy. That i thought it was at first but it's more like a suggestion or guideline from the vatican that a lot of people followed can you. Can you describe what we're talking about here with the ashes. Well i thought it was a directive from the vatican although apparently people did not follow it so maybe it wasn't as late as you said as universal as i thought but pope francis said that we were supposed to sprinkle the ashes this year instead of. Put them on your forehead. Are we talking about individually or on a core group of people to sprinkle everyone you're supposed to sprinkle everyone at to give one blessing to the whole group and then sprinkle everyone that is that is the directive. Now how specific. I mean how how much they were very serious about it. I don't know but that's what it said. And that is what they do in europe and a lot of the rest of the world so theory. at least there's no problem in changing it. It's a completely lissette thing. There's nothing wrong with it but it's very different for our country. That's not how we do it in our country and part of what brought this this article on his it every year when ash wednesday comes around there is a lot of people that complain and some of them are very liberal. People and some of them are very traditional people. They're always complaining. That people like the ashes they get upset that people want to have the ashes showed and and yet this is our most popular celebration in the united states in the catholic church. If people more people come to this christmas or easter people who are not catholic at all come people wanted people other. Christians are now holding ash service wednesday services people in hostels if anyone who who has been distributing ashes at a hospital will tell you people come up and ask for them even if they're not catholic because it's there so it's the super super popular thing that's almost become in addition to the probably the most popular devotion that we have public devotion anyway the face of the catholic church and right now. We're not allowed to do so much at and when this is taken away people who have. Maybe they're not all that attached to anything else but they add this wednesday they're attached to. I just felt that it was wrong to just tell them. Oh well you know what's the matter with you it's fine. It's perfectly by the way they do it anywhere else. What's the matter do. Do the usual thing is. Do you really want to be penitential or do you just want people to are you just showing off that kind of thing and i'm sure there are people who who are just so but to say that the people in the middle of a basically a year of not being able to practice their faith in in some states even in canada in certain places. It just seems to me to be beside the point. You're missing the point that this the callousness to that response circumstances and that they're safe there maybe they can't express the faith. Maybe they're not. Maybe there's not that much faith but there's a mustard see you know. There's a little bit of faith and if you're just gonna treat people who are devoted to something as if they're annoying to you because they're devoted to it this is supposed to be. We're supposed to care about people's souls not just about whether they have mastered the catechism whether they know very specific things and our faith used to be full of those things and everyone knew that they were important to life and now in there so few of them left it. Seems like even the people who should know best how important those things are because we see what happened when all those devotions are gone are just ready to do. The same thing is all the people who throughout the local devotions to. Yeah you know you're right. This is the only well. let's put it this way. I think it's the only public devotion that is universally practiced right. Well sorry not universally. Obviously because they do the sprinkling in some places but anyway the point is that that having it smudge on your head is a very visible sign in an in an age when we don't really do processions that much anymore. Some parishes do but what i meant by. Universal is not the entire church throughout the world. But let's say in america you know all we do That consistently that shows other people that were different and there is some value to that and and and it and it's something that should be encouraged a sense of different difference instead of partners because a lot of the problem with with you know a lot of probably the reason people don't practice their faith as much as they should as they don't wanna be different. You know they don't want to to be or feel or to be made to feel apart or different so and yet they are so i think that small recognition as much as the penitential thing which is really the fundamental meaning of the ashes. I think that that must be a big part of it. So i think that's a good point but then we get to that. Let me give an example. I mean with the suspension of masses that the general public could attend for a few months. Longer in some places you had people saying. We'll just make a spiritual comedian and you'll get the same grace's it's like okay. Yes that is true when done with faith bite. It's like expecting everybody to make perfect act of contrition and not go to confession. It's like yes everybody actually can do that. How many people will do that. That's the question i can say for myself. Look i go to mass. Every day of the week are gonna amass seven days a week. I had a good catholic education and my totally slacks. When i couldn't go to mass every day i wasn't making a spiritual comedian every day. And if i wasn't doing that. And i'm not saying i'm holier than others. I'm just saying based on the objective factors in my in my situation if i wasn't doing that then i'm certainly not going to assume that somebody who only goes to mass on sundays and bear or less and barely believes in the real presence is going to do the same. So so it's really foolish to think that and and just kind of think of it in such as kind of a schematic rational listrik way while technically you can do this while again. That's not how this actually works in real life. So there's there's kind of a short sightedness to it. But also i think a certain callousness when it becomes an actual lecture like well and if you have a problem with this then you understand that we have a we have a spiritual church. It's really all about what's in your heart you know and the external signs while they can't quite say without being heretics that they don't matter at all but there's sort of an implication that in these circumstances they don't make a difference exactly and there's a. There's an implication that if you aren't up to it if you aren't up to the supernatural kind of faith that needs nothing.

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01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

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01:48 min | 2 months ago

"finke" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"As by an advertisement time. It's a thing I got called crematorium and also a thing called Dingle Dirt single there. Yeah. Okay, cool. Where is like a moisturizer is can smooth learn like the softener and for older people? It takes away like your wrinkles, and I need to get what your rib also, if you can't I'll give you my number. If you could give them a call, because there's certain things that I gotta clear also, because my tag is it smells like but you look younger, and I know I know I can't do that out there. But we usually we use the cover that with beeps like that, and that's that's really just get work. Yeah, and what it is. I'm telling you, man, this is a cream. I'm telling you. I've given it to the older people in my family, people at my brother's church and just older people also young ones like when you get like 2025, you start getting Let me start to get those No crow's feet, man. You start to sag just a little bit Good. You know, your face drops somewhere, and what it is, is it's a natural dirt. And when you hear, like a dingleberry people think that that's something else. But there is actual thing called a dingleberry. I'm telling you, man, I've used it. I'm a large individual and I had them. You know, however fact people, they get those dark marks on their face. Yeah, I use this man. If you look at me right now, you will call me Michael Jackson. I don't got so damn light on my friends. Okay? I'm feeling that I'm feeling all right. So if you could get it to me, man I'd appreciate OK and your name tell him his Luther Luther? Yes. And Thomas from from Dingle Dirt and remember, it smells like but you look younger. There it is right there. All right. Appreciate your crate like that would have passed it on. All right. It smells nice Push. You look younger. Thank you. Something from all of us Over here, Dingle Dirt. We appreciate I'm gonna send you out of box. Thank you so much. Hopefully you smell like young yourself. You some of that. Thank you so much. Okay. All right. Come on in the mix 11 Real Nikki Finke mix is on real 92 3..

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"finke" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:14 min | 4 months ago

"finke" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

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"finke" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"finke" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Batteries with your teammate because in danger you drive the same car, the same team as himse twins, Shawna and Dan you know is the driving you want to beat. Especially, fuel fight we dealt with Dr King recommended that young drive at you know want to want to do well, but he's a driver already wonder what championship plus with a lot experience. So you know what how can they can beat you and for me it's important to be always in front of him or really close to him because internal reference Finke. Drivers on the first season on the second season get. You know the comparison with what champion driver. So I'm I'm really happy with the with key me especially out we walked together because then you know of course, he's fighting. Between a teammates but in the end, the important is for the team is to drive us work together and I. Fill some driving need someone open some race. You need to have a to give this up. You know. So I think so far out, we have a good relationship and I'm really happy to be st made and to be the teammate of four one. Now, what champion drive? How are you developing as a driver? What's the sort of biggest things you're learning from Kimmy and what did you feel you're doing better now than you were twelve months ago I think. First of all the years that I lost in to be the rival Ferrari. No for me was. Then when they come back, I e, the wasn't Dantonio that I finished the season in two, thousand and sixteen all. Unwritten really sorry to interrupt. But that's really interesting that you felt. You lost something what she feel you lost why were you not the same Antonia? Not, internal speed because in the end was doing semi Wan I was doing. Some testing with Ferrari with sour at that moment, we'd Haas, internal of speed. That was quite EPI..

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"finke" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"finke" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Right. Let's get into the news of what's happening in the news. I guess Corona Virus News. Let Me Find A. Sound, her did live a jam if you will a bop jam Let's see how about. What is this corona buyers by CPR script. From the album. Comeback. Rich. Okay State. Okay. Number One, the audio quality. This horrendous strain to hear like, did you wrap this in like water? Why does it sound like this? So that's you got me there. Then he's he's rapping offbeat. his doubles on his own his audio dull finke with the written..

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"finke" Discussed on Eater's Digest

Eater's Digest

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"finke" Discussed on Eater's Digest

"Like how can you give the proper credit like the what these people are alleging is pretty extreme and that she would send someone else's recipe to food and wine, and their name wouldn't appear on it, but in the in a broader sense like if you're collaborating in a kitchen, when do you? How can you offer for people who helped you create a dish on your menu? no I was talking to. How can you say? I won't say who into a very prominent chef yesterday about this. who kind of was like? You know what I came up in the system? You just suck it up. You know you know what you're doing. You're working for somebody and they're just GonNa Take Your glory and if you think you have a great idea. What the chefs told me she was like you hold it back. You'RE NOT GONNA put it on the On the plate and you're not gonNA YOU'RE GONNA, leave it for when you're in charge. And I was like man. That's that sucks, but that is the system. It's messed up and you're right. It's very difficult to like properly attribute. It's not like a movie like a movie as a thousand people getting credited on the most minute details, but like in in a kitchen on many you head do that. You can't have five minutes. You know attributing every last element like. And the weird thing is like Koslow. If you read her cookbook I, there are more. There's so many sections about farmers. And all the ingredients and who get how she collects all these ingredients that help make over menu, and then you know there's a couple of mentions. There's a couple of clear attribution This chef helped me make this dish or this chef made this dish, but it's use one line, and it's not like something that to really elaborate on because it is difficult to like. Finke look at a plate angle like alright, so which parts of this came up from which person you know like who came up with each part of this dish?.

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"finke" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"finke" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"You'll see all the information right there on talking April thirteenth my house party. I'm gonna not ask you what you want. And just assume you want weed so wrong Finke wrong April fourteenth. Of course, is you can't say that and silent trailers than April. Fifteenth is must stand up. All right. Follow us on all the things. I'll post the pictures when Keats not looking we just had April Fools day. The worst fucking holiday, right? How would evolve when we were kids, April Fools day was told your friend ally. And then they went really, and then you went no, I lied. Fuck you, and you went about your business. Now, it's your friend poor. So on your coffee, his friend, brakes, your computer, your greatest files are in the toilet pro foles. It's too much. It's fucking scary. I don't like I stay in locked doors. You will not I will not answer my phone or my God forbid, my wife gets into a car accident on April Fools day. I wouldn't ever know. I that's the purge to me that. One day that can you imagine when they do whatever you want fucking kill people. That's the purge. Oh my God. Seven PM go out for twelve hours. You can do whatever the fuck you want and that comes down the rest of America for America for all the rest of the days of the year. When you get it out of your system, and there was twelve hours eighth and hawk is having dinner with his family. Checks the clock. And it goes look at that six fifty nine we should probably close the doors. Yes. Ethan, Hawke you fucking idiot. Now's a good time. There's no you don't think there's ever any accidents..

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"finke" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"finke" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"I just paint a picture of them and. My friends often joked come over to the studio to work and they'll out, he's that. I'm nice. My Fergus of you shown coast coz no, his face pressed up again, she wins. Breath on the pain. Hi. Was like, I don't want to wear out is really good, and I'm like, I kind of want to show I say, I'll just be doing it for like some quick approval. So just like working on over stuff. I sort of like, look over and I find it comfy in Jesus, and there's me judging you. And I'm so compassionate. So what you and you. Was it is opened up in the beginning? No, no. I took me like a prided myself for the first year in the half the I didn't cry in. I'm in that. That's exactly where I was like any or face to me after one session she said she'd been been really trying to get to cry. And then I just about managed to not do it, and I so I was reluctant when you think of something else, things thing, something funny and it didn't cry. Yeah. So if it's not a competition, you like an I wanted. And I'm paying win this. I mean, this is the thing. Ultimately you're just wasting your money absolute. Why you'll spend in an hour, try not to cry and like, you know, swallowing how you feel that kind of these these debriefs. You're not moving as fast as you could the emotional alleyway of fuckers. Something about the first time you cried. There'd be kind of remember to be on this probably wasn't like probably just welled up just talking about, you know, eventually she started to just find annoying. Why are we talking about the same stuff again and again and it. Oh, I wanna be a snowflake, and she's like, so tell me about some of your anger toward your mom, and I'm just like, oh, leave it out. I mean, I've told you which she's like, and you can see feel like that the end and eventually it just kind of. Team much, and now you know, like I don't. I'm not like in there, just leaky is you know? I mean, I always to trying to put a tissue in the corner of mile is kind of thing. And we thing I think that's the right way. Sopping wailing. Yeah, yeah, crying all of it. Yeah, that's just once. I think he just means crying, but I feel that we ping fits a little bit more teaching English and feeling you do not want me to teach English. Do. Okay. Pressure, what were you? What were you going to school. Well, primary school a Finke was chew issue. I mean, and then secondary school, I was just a con- you know, I, I was just luck. Is from eleven to sixteen. I guess I left at fourteen I left in nine had big dreams of working in a market and selling cakes. Yeah, I just when I was too slick. I was, I still am dyslexic and couldn't read until I was like ten or eleven, let properly couldn't even spell my last name. I remember going to secondary school, my mom going. You're going to have to learn how to spell the swamp now and be really stressed out about. I can't spill you. Right? So, and so I had a bit of a Chippewa showed once they once we went to secondary school and they started streaming into like first second and third, like how good you are. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Once they doing that, then there was a real big despair in between things I excelled and the things that I was in great at, you know. So. And I was really annoyed about that because I always I was sort of smart issue always done well at school to a point. You know. And and that just sh, you know, Chines giant light on everything can plus we will live in the refuge and my friends would call. There was like a payphone in a refuge. It wasn't even like this is before mobile phones. You couldn't just cool me up and my mom would say like, so a friend would call me up and lack zoo haleiwa from from the fund flow with us, you couldn't speak any English. I mean, what? What? How Michelle mentioned and I would just go to school in its debut. He's woman you on the phone, a lot wise..

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"finke" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

Packet Pushers - Datanauts

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"finke" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

"All right can we got a handle on what devops versus infrastructure as code versus automation is we've got a good handle on moving to cloud and what that might mean in that context okay let's bring this up to aws is new things going on a constant stream of announcements it's almost annoying to try to keep up with it if you follow the blog it's overwhelming one of the things though that's been a hot topic containers containers been a long time what what's been running underneath aws so how can we how can we get in on that it seems overwhelming to people with all the pieces and parts that go into bring up a container system yeah so the thing is though aws is actually doing a pretty decent job at trying to mow simple so also giving choice so us has long fairly long had own container service that was basically proprietary co that they're running to to maj docker containers and then at the latest reinvent the announced to couple of new things one is the announced support recoup anatomies and essentially became the last big public cloud provided to offer support vocal bonetti's so customers can use go that route and then accounted to make it you try to make even more simple for customers they came out with something called foggitt finke foggy is kind of a layer of obstruction that's in front of the containers rather you're playing containing using amazon's native container service using the kuban eddie's managed service you can actually use foggy as a front end for that and what fog eight does is it extracts even the part where you would have to create costumers and just say hey his his some task on run his coat you handed off to fog eight and fog it goes and sets all the all the notes on the contain this way this laughing because it's a manage service of the managed service and if i find far gay too confusing i suppose.

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"finke" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"finke" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Yeah yeah i got got on just when that happens you just kill up a few few feats hjort all right we'll we'll be chat with billy gardell a what does a pittsburgh guy finke philadelphia being known as a city champ out here or used that's and going with to be truecar next year on the users rich is can in show see what others rich paid is so in they here know for if truecar they're getting a good even deal before if you're a bide big time their basketball all some more likely fan to there enjoy might be a faster a few facts buying about experience the game you don't by connecting know like with truecar did you certified know that the dealers first hoops when were actually you're peach ready to baskets buy a new or or that a used warm car basketball checkout truecar as bouncier and enjoy than a cold more confident one or car buying that experience players can run as much some as features four miles not available during in a game all states well here's an are all the right fact you love might this not man's know work that's actually in mike really emollient helpful one of if our you favorite needed to buy guests a car tab on the true show car on i'm gonna also stop talking helps like people he's not get here used good cars to see a billy gertrude ac thanks you i've me back you but so let's let's just get rodent into it.

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"finke" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"finke" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How do you explain the audience taking his lyrics to the supreme court because they were so dirty they were so dirty miami and how do you explain to people who he was the godfather of rap i mean i don't think it's for all of rap but certainly sitting miami wrap my godfather booty music no doubt and the large portion of the nation probably doesn't know what booting music is okay so explain to the people so he comes on with us and he says people what booty music has no thank you a lot of do brown okay very good that's a good explanation for what mood music is a lot of debris so luther campbell said while listening to a kobe bryant rap song that it was worse than garbage i think koby wrapped in italian on it and he said it was worse than garbage it was sewage its worst the worst kind of sewage it's suet howling so that's how he said he voted he was you know he was just we play songs for him we shouldn't bring this back to while we're at it just what what people like luke finke migos we should bring this back while we're at it so he would come on and he would critique critique music for us and that's what i was his vote for suey and so sui became an all purpose word that we would drop to cut you off if you called with a pleasant trie or the most important one i think the way we did it which is if an interview was terrible.

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"finke" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"finke" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Shareholders pressure in the uk companies are gonna be required to do this by the end of this quarter so no again this is very much an issue about driving performance so it it all comes back to that and i think no gender issues social issues are very much about that as well but this is not just to be cleared this is not black rocks money this is the money that they manage on behalf of investors correct but they want to maximise return not are completely understand but just to be clear this is not blackrock smutny this is they're saying this on behalf of their investor saying that this is what investors with light see happen well it's what they think needs to happen so they can no for have the best returns for their clients cut it are at while done thank you very much are gregory elders is our senior environmental social and governance analyst for bloomberg news and of course this is a topic will be following for quite a while a larry finke head of black rocker running a letter making that clear to all investors thanks for listening to the bloomberg pml podcast you can subscribe in listened interviews at apple podcast soundcloud or whatever podcast platform you prefer i'm pimm fox i'm on twitter pimm fox i'm on twitter lisa abramowicz wine before the podcast you can always catch us worldwide on bloomberg radio did did did this portion of pml is brought to you by pemco for investors who demand more than the markets deliver all investments contain risk and may lose value consult your investment professional before investing.

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