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"fios" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

08:17 min | 4 months ago

"fios" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Mechanisms by which people think about it. When you go and create a Nat rule in PF sense, like behind the scenes, it's automatically creating for you that firewall rule in entry to allow that traffic to flow. And you're like, oh, no, no, no, this is a net rule. Well, now it's a Nat rule. But it's also a firewall rule, and there's both. In fact, you can go delete the firewall underlying rural entry and break your net entry by unlinking. I've done that. Yeah. Exactly. I need a link or symbol. So tell me they're tied together. Yeah, so the simple mental model is to think, well, gee, yeah, that whole net part of the screen goes away. But I'm still going to have these firewall tables where I can filter traffic coming in and out. I can filter protocols coming in and out. I can filter source ranges. And with IPv6, it's going to be a little bit of a different art form, right? That first 64 bits of the address is really the equivalent of what's your public IPv4. So today we think of it as a single IPv4 address comes to your house and then you have all your devices on your local area network and they all shoot up that device or get port forwarded to a device behind the gateway. With IPv6, it's more like no, each of the providers are going to give you what's called a prefix delegation. That prefix delegation is in size. And if you actually look at each bit that makes up that prefix delegation, it gets more and more specific. So it's like the world, this ASN like Verizon. Jim's house, and then like Jim's house is like a slash 56 bit address, which means like Jim has thousands of IPv6 addresses for his home. And that prefix is always going to be the first 56 bits of any IPv6 device sitting in Jim's house. And the remaining bits that make up the 128 bits of IPv6, that's going to be your unique address for my phone or for my smart TV or for my fridge. So more than solves the addressing problem, it's still allows you to have. Conventional security, but there's more things on the enterprise that have to be thought about for securing protocol layer peering layer, et cetera. And there's also just what I call there's a lot more IP fabrics. So with IPv4, it's like we thought of things as address classes. So you had C class addresses with a particular subnet size. And that meant something a network engineer. Now with IPv6, it's like we have unicast and multicast. In addition to broadcast, which is IPv4. So a lot more different ways to skin the cat for how IPv6 devices can talk directly to each other locally. How IPv6 devices can broadcast messages to the world, both locally and out to the Internet. So there's a lot more ways of doing things with IPv6 that IPv4 didn't necessarily afford. Got it. Christian Joe's asking is there a geo IP system for IPv6, like he says, that's how I keep my Chinese devices from phoning home. Yeah, I haven't dug as in depth with that yet, but I believe it traces back to the concept of the prefix. So these prefixes are being handed out like the organizations get their list of prefixes, which I believe go back to the Internet registry. And that's going to that's going to map to geo context. So it's not like you're going to have an adjacent IPv6 address where N is in the U.S. and N plus one is in China. So I can't elucidate with the clarity. I would have liked to on that question. But it should, it's going to basically come down to instead of blocking IPv4 cider blocks that represent China as a country. It's going to be I'm blocking prefix lists, which are one prefix list represents potentially millions of addresses. I'm just hoping all this ends up making as much sense to me one day as I understand IPv4. And I understand how it all works. And I'm hoping one day that's just like, it'll click, but everything you said, it's like, oh man, that's just a lot of work. Mike, remember, when you're first learning four in you're like, okay, how does this work? And what's a subnet? And then all of a sudden you use it for a while and you're like, oh, okay, this kind of makes sense. You kind of understand how to read the map. You get the language. You know, from an a plus or for my N plus certification, we need to study all that. And that was one of those kinds of things the first to kind of go, what? And then you use it and you're like, oh, the layers make sense. I think a lot of work and effort and brain power has gone into 6. And I think eventually when it matters to us, when we get to that point where we're like, okay, we're going to really need to. There's these devices that only are going to work on IPv6. We're going to need to we are going to need to understand this and take advantage of it. And so I think there's some Christian, we've been talking about this forever. It just feels like, but the exciting thing is, while we've been talking about it forever it's been happening. 2022 is going to be the year where I think a lot of these fruits start to pay off. So number one with IPv6 increasingly rolling out, in fact, Verizon Fios finally, which has been one of the longest polls in the tent for consumers, giving IPv6, they're rolling it out to their business and residential customers this year. They started deployments on January 9th, which is really exciting. It's coming out to more and more folks. So as a die hard Fios fan, awesome news for myself and the other 10 million people on the network. To you're seeing 5G, ISP stuff just come out of the woodwork at really great prices, really great data rates, no data caps. And fairly good availability. I can't underscore a big part of that is because of how much has gone into IPv6 and the mundane kind of plumbing. And then just the evolution of FCC spectrum combined with going from four G to 5G, et cetera they're talking about 6 G now already. But for all intents and purposes, like 5G is going to continue to grow as this main mechanism where a decade ago, we thought the big thing was, we got to get every home in America to have fiber to the home. Now, if I was given a menu of options, I'm going to buy fiber to the home every time I can get it because loads latency, it does a lot of exciting things, but the reality is that if I'm out in the Midwest and there's I'm a hundred miles from the nearest fiber note, like sorry like 500 to the homes like a nice word that I read in the news now and then and I think if only I didn't have these coax cables out at my house. So 5G is really, I think in a bridge, a lot of those customers in a way that just wasn't affordable, realistic or accessible before. And it's going to have a domino effect of Cox and spectrum and these other providers who have really sucked people dry on the dead technology of these coax based internets with the data caps and the crappy networks. They're going to lose customers in volume when people wake up and go, oh, so you mean to tell me I pay for cell phones and you're gonna give me like a 25% discount that for an extra 50 bucks a month, you're gonna put this router and modem in my home that streams 5G gives me faster symmetric bandwidth than coax at a lower price and it's more reliable. Where do I sign and many of them are doing without contracts. So it totally blows up the mental model of the.

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"fios" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"fios" Discussed on WTOP

"Fredericksburg 33 in Washington brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service 7 days a week It's three 21 Virginia has reached an agreement with a company called tegna to continue showing programs on the CBS affiliate channel that it owns in Washington W USA The channel line owner and Verizon were at impasse in negotiations to renew a transmission agreement So techno own stations were no longer being carried on Verizon Fios as of this past Tuesday That included three other tega own stations including in Buffalo New York Harrisburg Pennsylvania and Norfolk Virginia both Verizon and tegna had blamed each other for the standoff but Verizon now tells its customers it appreciates their patients during the talks Developing news related to the alleged shopping cart killer a man who police say killed at least four people in Virginia We're learning there may be a 5th victim in D.C. Sources tell wtp digital information gathered by Harrisonburg and fairfax county police place Anthony Eugene Robinson in the general vicinity of where the woman's body was found but police won't say right now exactly where that was A spokesperson for the D.C. medical examiner's office says an autopsy on the woman down in early September did not reach a conclusion on her death a fairfax county police spokesman says Robinson may have been one of the last to see the new D.C. victim alive Robinson who is in custody dubbed the shopping cart killer apparently met his victims from online dating sites at motels before killing them and transporting their remains in shopping carts Four other victims have already been identified Kyle Cooper W TOP news There may be even more victims possibly some who were able to escape says fairfax county police chief Kevin Davis We believe there are survivors out there So that's why it's important for us to say his name Anthony Eugene Robinson To say that he used dating apps and to name those dating apps it's important for us to do that So people can reflect upon any interactions they have had or their loved ones and Friends have had with him because we need that information The latest two victims to be identified by police are 29 year old Cheyenne Brown of southeast D.C. and 48 year old Stephanie Harrison from California Harrison's family though said she was in D.C. for sightseeing and they don't believe she met Robinson using a dating app The women were found dead last month near the moon in hotel in Alexandria A mother and her young son are dead after her teenage son shot them in prince George's county happened at the family home in Clinton Thursday 44 year old to ladia oxley and 8 year old asa oxley were killed Their father James was shot but survived County police say the teen admitted to the killings after his arrest a neighbor tells NBC four that he shocked I just can't connect to send him as soon as demon are walking down to the bus stop I mean it looks like a regular quiet teenager Police say this wasn't the first time officers responded to the home because of the teen He's not being named because he's a minor but he is being charged as an adult with murder They say the boy used his father's registered gun during the shooting Heavy snowfall in a mountain resort in Pakistan trapped stranded tourists in their cars with deadly results Officials say at least 22 people who were stuck in their vehicles died mostly from hypothermia Pakistan's interior minister says thousands of vehicles have been pulled from the snow but more than a thousand are still stuck in the area Just ahead in money news How long have you been with your current bank I'm Jeff label Three 24 Since COVID-19 working women are experiencing significant to burnout and work life imbalance Here's McKinsey and company's Meghan McConnell addressing this issue and sharing additional key findings and insights from their 2021 women in the workplace report One of the exciting things we're seeing is since the murder of George Floyd a lot of commitment and follow on action especially in the federal government to diversity equity inclusion If you think about many of President Biden's executive orders if we also look at the work that OPM is then leading on the strategies and OMB is leading there is real momentum and there were commitments made Our research shows that employees would say that the employers haven't lived up to those commitments but there has been some progress A year and a half into COVID-19 women are now significantly more burned out and increasingly more so than men learn how public sector leaders could address these workplace challenges in McKinsey and lean in dot org's 2021 women in the workplace report visit public sector wi dot com It's three 25 Money news at 25 and 55 Nowadays of clay bomb our key part of our professional finances is our banking choices but we don't tend to change banks very often The average there is on the order of 17 years People like to stay with their existing financial institution And in some cases it's longer than they stay with thumb spouses or jobs That's Mark Hamrick at bankrate We stay with the same bank mostly because of convenience nearly one in 5 of those with a checking account used the excuse It's the account I've always had Another 10% say it's too much of a hassle to switch It might be worth it low especially with all the banking choices in D.C. You look across the broad range of institutions around the D.C. area And you really do have the national international players You have the regional or smaller players and everybody in between Bankrate says banking institutions in the D.C. area are competitive on borrowing and savings rates and often better than national averages Jeff claiborne TOP news Coming up after traffic and weather will have a CBS News special.

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"fios" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"fios" Discussed on WTOP

"Verizon has reached an agreement with a company called tegna to continue showing programs on the CBS affiliate channel that tegna owns in Washington The channel 9 owner and Verizon were at impasse in negotiations to renew a transmission agreement so techno stations were no longer being carried on Verizon Fios as of this past Tuesday That included three other techno own stations including in Buffalo New York Harrisburg Pennsylvania and Norfolk Virginia Both Verizon and tegna had blamed each other for the standoff Verizon now tells customers it appreciates their patients during the talks Hospitals in D.C. are filling up with new COVID patients Our hospital capacity is 84% Patrick Ashley with D.C. health says it's in conversations with the D.C. hospital association which requested in a letter on January 5th the mayor reinstate a public health emergency authorizing hospitals to adjust to a crisis standard of care We have not made any decisions about adding any other sort of liability protections or crisis standards of care at this time Meanwhile the rising hospitalization rate actually noted many patients need not come to the hospital with mild COVID symptoms And the reality is many of them don't need to be in the hospital They don't need to call 9-1-1 They don't need an ambulance to show up to their house They just need to stay home Megan clarity WTO P news Virginia's incoming Republican governor is vowing to bring legal challenges to broad COVID vaccine mandates being pushed by the Biden administration The mandates including those targeting employers with at least 100 employees and healthcare workers at facilities that receive funding through Medicare or Medicaid are being reviewed by the Supreme Court right now and governor electrical and youngin says once he takes office Virginia will legally challenge them joining other Republican led states that have done the same It's consistent with what junkin said during his campaign These are decisions that virginians can make We can help keep virginians safe We can be advocates for the vaccine We don't have to mandate it Junk and takes office in one week January 15th Nika and Ellie doubled TOP news The pandemic is having an impact on buses in Montgomery county The ride on system is being slammed by COVID cases and exposures among workers and as a result the county Department of Transportation says it will temporarily reduce right on bus service starting Sunday January 16th Buses will make fewer trips on about half of their routes over all service will be reduced by about 9% from the current schedule The service changes will be revisited in 6 to 8 weeks or.

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"fios" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"fios" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To get to Joe packed show for your Wednesday, right? The middle. Talking about Georgia law has been challenged in court, the judge said. We're not going to change the law, not allow your injunction to stop the law from being in place for, I guess about State House and Senate elections going on there right now. But we'll leave it in place. We'll talk about it more later, so just kicked it down the road where the the judge should have just said, Listen, this is not unconstitutional. They've done nothing here that suggests racism, nothing here that suggest disenfranchisement, but he didn't do that. Or she didn't do that. And at the end of the day, that's exactly the ruling that should have been done. I'm so sick and tired of judges being afraid to take a stand on an issue. By the way, former President Trump had a big rally this past weekend. The big media didn't carry it. Newsmax, of course, did. That's how I watched it. Hopefully, you did to Newsmax is the only major cable network with live coverage of the trump rallies. I watch Newsmax all the time, and I have for a long time. I love it. You can easily find Newsmax in all major cable systems, including direct TV dish. Xfinity Cox Centurylink Universe settling FiOS Mediacom, wow and many more or get Newsmax free on your smart TV or streaming on road, Cusumano, Pluto and YouTube also download the free Newsmax. Tap on your phone watching from anywhere more than 40. Million Americans are now watching Newsmax all the time. Make sure that you sign up for Newsmax Trump list to get the latest info on President Trump's rallies and big announcements. Just text the word Remind to 39 7 47 that's remind to 39 7 47 once again remind to 39 7 47 to join the Trump list Now is free. You want to get a big announcement that Trump is going to be making soon text remind to 39 7 47 join with Newsmax and taking back America because of Lines of this election law. This this kerfuffle, the judge clearly washed out. Did not again do the duty. You know, If these these judges and these courts are afraid to take cases because they're afraid of violence in the street, they're afraid of protesting or something. They should not be on the bench, turning your robe and go retire to do something else. Go, go, go Paint pictures. Whatever you have to do. Just get the hell off the bench Because you're not helping anything. You're actually hurting badly. Let me go to the phone lines. I appreciate you taking the time. Tony what's happening high? Hey, How you doing? Packed? Living the dream, man. Talk to me. Hey, man, I just wanted to give Carrie a shout out. She's a cutie pie. So, Hillary, given the good work, so please, you know, you called in to give Carrie a shut up, okay? That's why you called in. Why there's.

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"fios" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"fios" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Canada outside that area. I think i think you will be able to call in. I think via skype. We get calls from all over. The world must be skype out can call phones and it shouldn't cost you anything because it's a toll free number that's my best guess. Eight eighty eight ask leo. There's a website where you can go and read the answers to the questions. Read the questions. thanks to james. Derulo are scribe. He's writing it all down Audio and video from the show goes up there afterwards but you can also post your comments there every once in a while we get a question like ed's question where everybody's gonna thought an opinion idea and the best thing to do go to tech guy. Labs dot com. Post it Right there there's no sign up. It costs you nothing for leaving a comment. The only thing we ask is that you log in you can use. Google twitter facebook variety of different accounts. And that's just put a speed bump up for spammers not you know not. We're not doing anything with it. tech guy labs dot com. I don't know if people know this but the way remote controls work is kind of interesting. Their infrared light so they're invisible to the eye and they blink. You can't see it but they blink and they blink at different rates in different patterns for different commands. And so ed's problem was that When he turned the channel up and down sending a command using the remote the came with verizon fios tv system it was also turning the volume up when he went up in the channels in down when he went down to the channels. And so what's happening is. There's a blink code designed for the fires coming out of that remote control and it happens to it. I guess if you think about it's probably not unusual. I'm sure there's an industry consortium that says well dot dot dot dot that did is ours but maybe doesn't work so well so it's not impossible to think that there might be a collision and clearly. That's what's happened. The video is interpreting channel up and channel down which is intended for the fires. And saying. Oh you mean. Turn the volume of down okay. So is a collision same infrared code. Or it's close probably. It's close enough. I bet you they're not exactly same was close enough to the video's going. Well i think he means to turn the volume down. I'll do that easy way to test it. Find the receiver. Anything that can has a remote. We'll have a kind of a plastic usually It's it looks like it's opaque to you. But infrared goes right through it Piece of glass or or actually. It's plastic on it somewhere and you. Can you know hard to find. Sometimes you find it just tape over it see if that fixes the problem if it does yeah bingo now you now you just have to figure out how to change that that would be. Why actually if you think about it. Remember we One of the forums. that we quoted said i had the same thing happened to me with my harmon.

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"fios" Discussed on Ominous Origins

Ominous Origins

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"fios" Discussed on Ominous Origins

"We look at our solar system and then we extrapolate that to galaxy that we live in the milky way if we hunt for stars that are like ours that have planets surrounding them that are like ours that maybe in the goldilocks zone. Meaning close enough to the sun to have water and not be a poisonous or hostile environment to grow life and then that life does grow and it becomes intelligent enough to build technology and if it builds that technology it is reaching out to the stars and hasn't destroyed itself yet and had learned enters the further apart to the drake equation. That isn't probably discussed in that book. But my mind goes. There is okay. Let's talk about the civilizations that also have gotten past destroying themselves that technology but also in our intr- interstellar have use that technology to search the stars for other intelligent life and researched the fabric of the universe. Let's say That's kind of where my mind went. When i was taking that course and i found it. Interesting that the drake equation. Stop that Intelligent that has created technology to communicate with the stars but hadn't destroyed themselves yet And i guess that's just the great information filter you know not. Everybody goes through that. Not everybody has the imagination to go beyond that theory and Just with that equation alone. There's something like a million planets in our galaxy alone that can harbor life like us. That's probably more advanced than us. And you look at our planet. It's in a store. That's on the outside of the galaxy of the galactic disk and stars that are closer to the centre are thousands of years older than ours. Like millions right right so that means a life started there at one point in history. They have had a head start. Were in the boons- and they're welcome to probably travel out to our part of the disk and check out things going on in this neighborhood to put it the city kids coming out to the country to see what's going on. That's a good line to end on. I think darcy thank you so much for taking the time to talk about your experiences and adventures in documentary filmmaking end the youthful seen in general So speaking of the latest wonder. I don't know if it's your latest per se but more taco. Today's volcanic you'll mysteries. Where can people find that. I think in canada they can see it on prime video And google play a Probably apple tv that type of thing But if you're in the united states if you have podcast listeners. Over there on prime amazon prime Youtube red google. Play itunes and Cable verizon. Fios dish tv and a whole bunch of other on demand services. However you you know consume. Your media should be reachable and people can check out my website if they wanna see other films. I've done Www dot oled journeys dot com Film posters trailers. They click on film posters. It goes right through to page. Come watch the film awesome once again. Thank you for stopping by. Thanks casey chatting with that was darcy. We're as you can see. He has a lot to say on a lot of interesting topics. And if you are a frequent listener to this podcast in you should be very interested in the things he is saying as he mentioned you can find most of his work if not all of it on very streaming services including amazon prime or does check out his website at a cult. Journeys dot com. Thanks for listening..

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"fios" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

GNC Week In Review

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"fios" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

"Cuz if 144 net additional was the best they've done since 2014. No wonder he'd been telling off certain cities, right and pretty much needs to be I know for once. It's the it was the the East Edge now, it's only Jersey, PA, Delaware, Virginia and New York. And that's it. The FiOS unit did however see 61,000 customers cut is cable TV surfing. I think I'm doing reason why is because no one wants to spend an absorber absorbing amount of money for the phone. And I mean TV internet just went to court cut. Yeah, so that's why the phone I think the internet editions kind of guess they kind of compensated for it or you see it. You see some people, you know, cuz I'm Verizon has you know, FiOS has some some Market crossover not a lot but some Market Crossover with AT&T and AT&T U-verse DSL. So that sends people comparing right? And so some people would have switched if they're going to go fiber. They've got the choice between AT&T and Verizon some people going to switch but you've also got people who are coming from, you know, they're like, all right. Well, I've got the cheapest cable internet right now if I'm going to get a faster one cuz now I'm working from home. My kids are young. A school from home. I'm you know, somebody's downstairs watching Netflix, you know, if we're going to do all that obviously are little, you know, $20 a month cable isn't going to work. Right. So let's look at other internet subscription other internet providers and you know FiOS being fiber means that you've got the the a symmetrical symmetrical right one where it's one pipe one pipe, right? So, you know, you're up can be really good when you're doing a conference calls. You're down can be really good when you're doing uh, when you're doing Netflix. Yeah, I can see a lot of people switching to FiOS right now while they're in the home all the time. So that makes sense. But I also can see I don't honestly I don't mind waiting until the next day to watch things from TV. So so $12 for for a dog. Hello versus, you know forty $60 for cable. I literally honestly I literally cut my my cable subscription down to the office to the locals + 10 like a la carte thing because all I wanted was FX so I could watch Archer. Oh, I got to put that later. Oh and that's it. It's the only station that I watch so I get it for like ten bucks a month. I can do that for sure. I look and see if it was me and if it was me or loan see I.

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"fios" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

Waiting In Queue

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"fios" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

"Dude, so with that Vigor and the new Talent of Whatchamacallit Vigor and bar site for site right you run those two together with the with the health thing now you can you're not able to run that with stone. That's the only difference so like you Gaston is basically you're going to have shields no matter what right? So like automatically you'll have a shield so you don't want to run that down. So that's a bad choice to make if you're going to do if you're going to do the Vigor you're going to get tailed. Yeah, you can be tanky with a high think that's probably what you could off cross down though. Yep. Yes, you could off. Yeah, so but I'm saying for your main got one. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah for your main hand, but I wanna make really good one even even more broken literally lightning is going to be absolutely broke off. A lot of gallons are fucking broken. Like I hate pyro, I think I think pairo like those way too much damage and it's just like the aspect of like, oh, it's FiOS always to do the most damage. Like that is super dumb to me. I don't like it. I get it's not his scan Lightnings his can so it's like you point your Crosshair you hit the button you're hitting them Home Fires projectile. But then again a lot of people use fire pretty up close rather than a distant shot. It's not made for like long-range. You know, you say God is a consuming fire. So it's the strongest I am so so dumb, it's how it isn't like all games and it's like it makes no sense. But I'm like, why do you make pyro so cuz then if you if you pair it with like taxes toxicologists, it's even more no lightning with toxicology. I pair. Yeah. Yeah, that's really good too. But I think that the song Ambidextrous is really good for off off off hand Stone gauntlets. Yeah, if you off if you run off hand stone golems you get bedrock which means then you can hit the ground. So then your life becomes powerful again, so you could run Pyro's your first get all the Pyro things or even do like shocked as a damage dealer but then Focus or Focus your stone as a gauge dealer through bedrock and then used conduit as a way to like knock people down and then have and then have the Rune fluency through the electric outlet and then run something else offhand. Mana cost would also is also getting like reduced with that ambidextrous which is like, holy crap you're going to use that second hand might become like your main. Yeah, dude. So you turn that song on into your main Gauntlet. You're only using condo hit as a way to get the Rune fluency and then you run Focus man that you're which only really own. Gives you a damage buff for your first attack ambidextrous though. You can like there's now a purpose for spellslinger which stores the extra Gauntlet.

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"fios" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"fios" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Definitely listen to the lyrics before I listen to everything else, But you know, I can definitely respect a good melody. I just don't like it when a song is catchy without being smart, you know if the song's catchy we call that evil pop a catchy melody that sticks in your head, But the lyrics are about really anything at all. So for me a great song means you've got a little bit of both you've got, You know, a great melody and a great lyric. Keep listening Toe I hard radio for more from your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Taylor Swift to find out whether music or lyrics are more important to her. I definitely listen to the lyrics before I listen to everything else, But you know, I can definitely respect a good melody. I just don't like it when a song is catchy without being smart, you know if the song's catchy we call that evil pop a catchy melody that sticks in your head, But the lyrics are about really anything at all. So for me a great song means you've got a little bit of both you've got, You know, a great melody and a great lyric. Keep listening toe I hard radio for more from your favorite artists better than they tied. These are the radio blog's with bread and engine Ready Status. Update. 6 15 8 50 like writing in our diaries, except we say them aloud Rue FiOS doing a blot. Thankyou, dear Block, but that's all I get after. I don't think you say, like, Go ahead or like I don't wanna go. But dear, do it. Dear Blog's been Be busy week. Ashley's birthdays this Sunday. So we've been planning get everything ready? We're doing a little birthday party for him this weekend in the burbs with family has only been one year since I awkwardly held him in the hospital. Yeah, well, I'm kidding. I know, but it's nice that you know. The restrictions are a little less than what they were in the beginning of covert, so we're able to have something for him. Family time. Yeah, it's good, not a big thing, but just family and food and songs and fun. So we've got that going on. And then, of course, I told you guys before that were house hunting. So we've been in the process of that We've seen a lot of houses. We should put an offer in on a house last week, and after some back and forth and you know, whatever the negotiations, the sellers have accepted our offer. Just wait for something to break. Yeah. So boys way looked at this house We liked. We looked at it two times and It's something for you. That's Ah, Yeah, baby grows up driving the promotions. They knew you win. Yeah, right. Big boy job. Wives can house no landlord. I really feel like a grown up like a grown up when you have a kid for sure. But you really feel like a grown up to when you buy a house. That's pretty awful Barring any inspection or whatever. Well, looking to close some time at the end of October, so yeah, good for you. Yesterday. Refinance in my house, which is super exciting, you know, lower interest rate or whatever. And the guy came.

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"fios" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"fios" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"APP that I pray that you have already on your favorite devices or tablets, your smartphones what have you, you don't have to put us on your main page that would be nice. I would be so impressed and honored but as long as we're on your phone somewhere and don't just download it and delete it but hopefully use it. You sound so good using the APP. As, long as you record your question or comment or help for another listener or tech rage or what your favorite APP is, what have you in a relatively quiet area I mean off to go to a soundproof room but don't do it on a on a public train or something might not be able to hear you well but otherwise, you sound like right here in the studio with us it's really cool. Do Check it out. Try it out. Tom In Newark Delaware listens on what a one point seven W.. D. E. L. Hello Tom Welcome into tomorrow. What Lee more valuable can be from our TV and you try to keep the prices down I get xfinity or should I keep my? right now Hyatt's contract coming up that you're going to end. So I had my choice shake now I know what to do. I share your help well Tom we'll do our best course. xfinity is con- cast, and if you're a regular listener, you know I dislike them from the get go but it really depends on what each of them might be offering you personally in your area. Now, if you're happy with your files service and most people that we've talked to over the years, most people not everybody but most are very happy and you would like to keep it while saving a little money threaten to leave them. oftentimes, that will get you some kind of a deal from the customer retention. Especially when they know you have other choices in your neighborhood, Chris can't do that with comcast he stuck with them because they know in his area, it them or nothing. And that's a shame because you don't want a monopoly monopolizing everything. Now, xfinity is also likely to offer you a deal to pull you away from Verizon's Fios, and the deal is likely to be one of those good ones that only offer people who haven't been consistently given the money. The new customer only deals are typical..

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The rise of the empowered worker

Bloomberg Businessweek

06:11 min | 2 years ago

The rise of the empowered worker

"Looking at the job picture from a number of angles excited to talk about it with our next guest she's back with this Becky Frank what's president of manpower group North America joining us on the phone from Chicago Becky happy new year great to have you back with us happy new year Jason thank you all right so break this down for us from the perspective of someone you're talking the CEOs all the time it's pretty good gig for workers right now huh fact I would say that twenty twenty is shaping up to be the year of the American worker me today's jobs report showed that the US labor market finished twenty nineteen on solid footing and yes it is a declining rate of growth but make no mistake it's still grossed one hundred and eleven months of consecutive job growth in our longest economic expansion on record so we think twenty twenty is the year the American worker okay but why do I know people who are either out of work or are looking for full time work I mean it still feels like there's some disconnect within the data points versus the reality of the labor force yeah I'd say the disconnect if they're you know in their pockets of disconnect it's really driven by skills you know the have and have nots and that's why you know one of the biggest piece of advice were given to fios today is to change the dialogue around upscaling action we have action upscaling the people who are out of work are either you know looking for something that they're not qualified for and I have to go for it or they're not finding their match and so we have to help connect workers to jobs our economic growth depends on it and so eight our companies having to do new and different things that I have said that he would have been a little bit obsessed Carol has been rightly give me a little bit of a hard time about talk about what it's a big story a hundred thousand dollar the manager you know what are we to make of moves like that and is that is that just a good sign or does that signal something more fundamentally changing yes so you know you you touch on a couple of things first I'd say you know what we're telling CEO says they have to rethink their own expectations for roles and that includes what you're talking about which is wages it includes location yeah the fastest growing non wage benefit is remote working fastest growing non wage benefits to letting people work where they want to work and it also means that we have to rethink what's required for a job versus what's desired for a job he almost ninety percent of IT jobs in our country require an IT degree and yet forty percent have them and so we're starting to see employers you know relax what they had is required in really thinking about what desire and we have to do more of that all right so in terms of the educational system that's out there I mean what's lacking in kind of getting us from a to B. here yeah it's it's about a time horizon you know the idea that education and income are two mutually exclusive you know of that that is what you're probably the three of us all grew up with that it's an old idea today's idea is you earn while you learn you learn on the job and that we think about not the skills that you have but this be adjacent skills that you may bring to a job that you've never done before so what you can do in the future has less to do than the jobs you've had in the past and much more to do with your capabilities and we have to start thinking of human beings is talent we have talent and what kind of talent do for us and it's not defined by their you know their degree to thank god or by the last you know two jobs they had well in you know in this era of the gig economy and all of those server these move we are thinking about work I hope in a much more humane way you would like to think that maybe this could signal some changes you know in the end you talk about things even down to you know defining the work day the work week right so we have the other thing we talked about it challenged the traditional definition of a work day because employees are challenging that definition so it's a skilled workers market and people want to come see mark the way they consume in the rest of their lives to think about you know Amazon prime much like online shopping you get to choose when you work where you work how you work and art and that's why you know our data showing that the fastest growing non which benefit is remote working people employees want to call the shots and the lack of supplying the increase the demand give them that opportunity all right so Becky just to be slightly cynical here is this just a moment in time where maybe some things change for a bit but if the labor market does loosen up a little bit and there are less there is sort of less fervor around this did do we sort of revert back or do you think there are some fundamental changes underneath this one case and I would totally agree with that the hypothesis except that our country reached a century low and population growth at the end of twenty nine one hundred year low and so even in the labor market lessons up a bit which that would benefit a lot of people even if that happens we still do not have the incoming population to support the growth in the near future so I I continue to see this idea that you know the the power has shifted to employee versus employer playing out our future I also wonder though if there's not enough workers if you want to grow the economy there's a couple ways to do it it's either increase productivity or increase the size of the work force and if we don't do it you know we're kind of stuck here totally agree so the idea of bringing more and more people in off the sidelines it's a critical piece and and you know Kerr you talked about knowing people that are that are you know looking for workout work employers have to work to understand what is it going to take you to wages continue to defy logic we haven't seen overall wage growth now we are seeing wage growth in a high demand field likes them but we're not seeing overall wage growth and the argument is is because we're not seeing productivity increase but the true argument as human beings will drive economic growth for our country and we have to bring more into the work force all right great stuff good work that you're doing out there thank you Frank woods president of manpower group in North America giving us a really nice holistic view I feel like of this news are empowered worker out there clearly she knows what she's talking about given what they do

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"fios" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fios" Discussed on KCRW

"Thanksgiving horn absolutely yes I have this great recipe from fios Stephan produces olive oil and mostly bows and she uses olive oil and her pie in the filling instead of butter I can't tell you how good it is it's rich it's battery and you know and and all of the oil sands and I really love it and what's the sweetener that you use it's part maple syrup it's part brown sugar a little coconut sugar you know we mix it up okay and do you use a butter crest we use a better crossed okay so you've got a good butter and the olive oil in there she is a great recipe for an olive oil press two which is not great when you have to make fifteen of them are about Faye but if I was home I would make her olive oil crossed she freezes olive oil and little Ice Cube trays and you know when you need to better really cold and you kind of shave it to do the right that it becomes like that wow rific okay so I am just really trying to picture this pie buffet because you just said fifteen pecan pies you also listed like what six other desserts other plus blueberry I forgot the blueberry and I have the Murray farms blueberries this year yeah how big is the table to fit all these desserts we have a cafe at a casa so it's the whole the coffee bar on the cafe okay so people come in and they have their reservations they eat thanksgiving dinner and then do they come up and just take whatever they want to go crazy I forgot the chocolate Bourbon banana cream yeah there's a lot there's a lot my gosh it sounds incredible so do you serve any.

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Board of Google's parent company is investigating top executives over inappropriate relationships

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Board of Google's parent company is investigating top executives over inappropriate relationships

"Figured Vespasian going on at Google of course we've had numerous issues with fios and C. suite officers I having relationships with people who work at the company directly against the policies of many of these companies latest one was the CEO of McDonald's who was let go over the weekend but now looks like Google is conducting an investigation into their chief legal officer who has had numerous issues there but all of these big companies are now looking very closely at any relationship between a C. suite employee and that one of their

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"fios" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"fios" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the years before Robert Frank was working on his book the Americans he was in New York making a go of it as a photographer in art world was while the line. the action painters were famously changing art history I imagine the two worlds photography and painting for inter twined but not so according to Mister Frank thank you for that and I truth shepherd group show photographer you'll have a photographer I think it goes thank you and even the photographers were scattered naturally add friends said. hello friends the guy was not I really coherent group I I certainly didn't belong to any type of a local groups Frank patch together a freelance career traveling on assignment to far away places and working in New York studios I was mad at children. different calling from me so I just try to get assignments from his magazine. glamour magazine our quote sometimes good how's he calls the show kept me alive because every week that could make a picture for promotion something. I think it is very difficult for a photographer you know I have no studio I know big equipment so you'll have to find somebody who really will like your current thank you under. provide you with work. that's what I remember about that was commercial work but the artistic center of gravity for a photographer Frank points out was somewhere else and I think every for coddle wanted to be represented in the collection of them of modern art and photography of code that they hope to have to a fios picture shown. so everybody was kind of guy that can. the captain yeah the captain captain Edward Steichen that is the photographer and curator who would indeed been the gate keeper for the whole photo world at moma since nineteen forty seven I was working and focus you know features trying presenting Downton like abbey everybody the else movie could be starring a passionate the original cast about from short creator time. Julian fellows directed and by then Michael I can angler know it all only to Linda. in theaters September twentieth tickets the timing available now and indeed make your graph with its skills test somewhere build else for employers menu who want to code see a deeper to sense of the person become behind a regular the resume learn more looking at indeed man dot com to slash something and else. PR this this election is All Things I can Considered always from that NPR news might help I'm you Mary become Louise Kelley a plumber and I'm you also make Chang more money. most Americans climbing agree however Congress was of no should interest do something to Robert Frank to try to end he gun violence kept shooting there and is wide did make support it on board for a the range mother of ideas ship including by the early keeping fifties tabs on he or even limiting worked who with can stuff get I can a gun briefly and and making had seven it easier photos for police inspections and family nineteen members fifty to temporarily five family take of man guns exhibit away at the from museum people who may hurt but themselves Frank had or different others ideas what's known as red that flag couldn't be realized laws that the magazines there's more or at division moma on Daniel. other proposals we all know we important know all this to publish because a book of new with NPR a couple could PBS could newshour could not work. Marist poll and your senior it had political to be editor a book in correspondent that dominical book Montanaro the has Americans dug into the numbers the result he joins of two us.

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"fios" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"fios" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm a fifth generation of a of fireworks family he said every year he searches the world for new fireworks that he can add to the massive display Steve cast inbound York and what's an American celebration these days without some controversy half nineteen till Jim Bohannon has the latest foss involving an ex NFL player Nike and old glory Colin Kaepernick is back is not even the NFL season which is probably the best time for him to come back that it's unlikely you'll be playing this coming fall but of course he is back in the form of a veto apparently over Nike corporate decisions namely he was offended by the new Betsy Ross flag sneakers and so Nike has dutifully withdraw them from the market if you are one of the reasoning behind all of this David Johnson joins us to offer some perspective he is CEO and founder at strategic vision PR dot com and you would you appear to mind I tied talk show took note of the fact that Nike will sell sneakers here which is after all the business their end and if they offend old people like me that's not gonna hurt him that much unfortunately that's the case they're looking to appeal to the millennials that's why the higher color Colin Kaepernick to be their spokesperson and they feel that they have to be totally correct to appeal to the someone nails and that's what they're doing about this they don't care that Americans are up in arms they don't care that they lost a tax incentive to relocate their corporate headquarters what they're concerned about is these small any old demographic and they fail to realize this the millennial demographic only after isn't even are presented if all morning well he certainly is not I mean I I I I have look for example at voting tendencies and yeah the younger you you go in the electorate the the more liberal are are the voting patterns but not overwhelmingly so there are a lot of young people who obviously don't share these points of view another case in point for example chick fillet I go up from time to time to to check filet and almost invariably my wife and I are the oldest people in there the the clientele is very much like any other fast food outlet a lot of young people and a clearly as I'm not sure that all these boy because the like of her chick fillet but the times I've been there's been crowded the boycott hearing her chick fillet it would seem that fully is really soaring with their sales that's based on the quality of their products in the customer service and they don't discriminate against anyone well they're owner if their CEO might have detailed personal religious beliefs it doesn't affect how they operate as a business so that they don't they don't discriminate in hiring me don't discriminate in sales exactly and that's why we've seen chick fillet despite the protests become the number one fast food restaurant in America so what the left trying to do now is you can't beat them with boycotts let's try to do it through legislative fiat like we've seen in San Antonio and other municipalities which is also going on down in some cases by courts and in other cases by by state governments exactly so but the love continues to do this and the same thing is the fios York hotel in to the Colin Kaepernick's like Nike did they don't seem to realize their lose in sales Dick's sporting goods hold guns we saw target with team six bathrooms and what happened was the law fails if they don't seem to care because they want to appeal to this minority on social media because they're being told by their young marking people you would have to react to social media you have to keep them happy we don't either there used to be a name for us CEOs who ignored sales we will call former CEOs now let's say that you're the CEO of a publicly held company that means of people own shares of stock and you have a responsibility a fiduciary responsibility you're supposed to maximize the value of my shares and dividends to that share if you don't do that if I'm of the mind to as a shareholder I can take you to court I can organize a proxy battle and to try to get the manager of that company thrown out this goes far beyond just maybe some personal peel to to political sentiment there are legal responsibilities you have when you take on let's say again the the chief executive position at a publicly held company they're all over and I mean the number one responsibility for the freemen conflict increase in sales but in today's world they feel that they have to reach the small the old market and the number one reason we keep millennials buy your product isn't because of quality or right the bite because they want a company that makes them feel good and shares your similar police and that's to the fios are reacting to and.

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"fios" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"fios" Discussed on Back To Work

"We should do that with one of the one of ours. She has put a hurting on these bananas made this banana really show it stuff like stretch Armstrong style. Like, yes. That's what I'm saying. She's got a cut into now. Eventually Armstrong was sort of like, the herb stretchy. Yeah. Do you think that's because I remember? So as you know, when I was a child my privilege on my sleeve, I the confluence of two things because it's always two things with me. I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, which was the home of Kenner toys. And so the smart kids would be taken out of class because I was a smart kid. I'm not smart anymore. But I was then and we got to test toys and people would watch us and right on clipboards. And we even got to take home a stretch Armstrong for a week before it was ever anywhere near the market. Really? I noticed was you know, if he did break, if he did inside is there was like a Gooby gel. Right. He was saying I think he was a groupie Joe. He was the worst though that if memory serves he came into Sary's moments along plastic mat, see how are you? The man and the other was a band-aid that purported to repair the wound. If you put the band aid on it. That's right. Do you remember Kenner bandaid coming with stretch Armstrong? Yes. Such monster. I do I had both my favorite was stretched monster. And I lived in a similar kind of scenario to you in that it was cold in Philadelphia, and or philosophy fios we say so and it's killed. I stretched it outside in the wintertime, and it cracked, oh, the man, and it no I cracked the monster all the men and the much of this man, this monster monster, and it and it so it had it. The inside looked like a corn. I think it was a corn syrup. Or something like that that, but it was like, yeah. Look like thick gelatinous. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's heartbreaking because those were costly. They tell us what it was gonna cost to test out stuff. Like, other toys. Did you get? This is crazy cool. I didn't know this about you assess tease, do you? Remember, the things that you pull the strip and then flies across the. Yeah. Sure. I didn't have the wheels. I got to test those. Lucky? Yeah. It was usually like I mean, it wouldn't be something like like a like a basic redesign of of an existing toy. It was more like stuff that was like pretty new to the space. So that was cool. I'm sending you an image in non here. Let me get that to you of one of the slow rise toys that I found. Oh nice. Oh, look at that. This is all he's adorable. It says sense right there. This is the try.

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"fios" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fios" Discussed on The Jump

"Mislead? Maker mislead ache. This. It's a maker mislead. Rocko the dog on this road trip for the warriors amazing make anniversaries this date in two thousand six Kobe Bryant dropping eighty one in a win over the rafters. We're not going to mention we're gonna mention Jalen in this island. I believe he went on get up this morning and explained that he was only responsible for like eight of filthy. Mad at my is right there. Again, there is do you think I mean is hardened is Steph who most likely to have an eighty point game today. Lee right now is James. Guys cokely's been for the fourth quarter. I think play or semi would have hit it if he had been left in fourth quarters, miss Janas, hit three from the materials, which we've seen a lot, which is terrifying. Threes. This over dinner. All times a game. It's not even novel is a and so sometimes you makes them sometimes it doesn't. But it's like saying that you got your start. That's the only way you can get ready to start making you. Rapid metaphor fios is doing that make replays. Russ take a look I mean, everyone wants Stephen Adams in their life. Breast driving pump fakes gives frankly Kena. Then..

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"fios" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"fios" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"This is the air yet off the off the, but I will say is I had sort of hopes of like, you know, like the outside of tests for faith like, oh, let's just take all of our personal perspectives out of it and take a look at it like non-human perspectives. What would it be like if there was another intelligence that came to earth Royne judged year fuck in bigotry, homophobia, crap you're really bring in a whole nother? Like, I our goal this really hopeful human beings description of that it's kind of like, yeah, I did sort of myself glommed onto this weird science fiction conceit for the whole class. You know, maybe. Well, I mean that might just be you. We'll probably just me. We'll describe it from a non human viewpoint, and I think you're giving it a lot lower. Yeah. Army? Yeah. I am. I am. And it reminds me of actually there's a. Because that's such a good way of examining conflicts and social issues, it is it's why Sifi his perhaps the best way. Because you can just they're all aliens. So you can't identify yourself as one of them. Now, look at the actual context of the conflict where do you fall? There is a perfect is as off quote. And if anyone in the chat can think of one I'm thinking, please type it in. The gist of it is that science fiction provides us a window to look at ourselves. And science fiction is our only salvation if we are to be saved at all. Which is actually the last line of throng argument could be made wait what's the last line of the quote? It's the keytar salvation if we are to be saved at all. And it's about. Off about the importance of science fiction in human culture. Cool. Well, then as the shadow to our live listeners, if you put it in the chat on many, I'll read your name or favorite phrase that you want me to say out loud. If you find the quote for Meghan, right? But that being said as far as college courses, particularly recently, having weird names. I don't think that's that unusual. I would want to know more about this cores with where I made a joke about the news. Weird. It's the context I would say the name pretty weird. Without without providing when they when. Well, I guess it's I guess it's Christian broadcast network is adding the conference. Okay. Yeah. But like if if a person is not is going to call their class was going to teach a class called on human perspectives on LGBT. Limiting it to four letters and is not gonna answer. What the fuck is meant by non. Then. Yeah. I don't know. I mean like. News guys. Yeah. I broadcast network was disingenuous about something. Right. I mean, I didn't mean to. Seems touring. I'll really Kevin newsflash broadcast is disingenuous often. Wow. Wow. Why? In other news broadcasts, Jamie that's going to get annoying other being real quick in other news broadcasts Dennis. I think you have something for us. I do. And what is it? Other amazing headline Alabama police department blames rise in crime on atheists and satanists. Oh, really? Yeah. Okay. So what what the now this is this is on an aggressive bet that they don't have sufficient evidence to back up this claim absurd and from a place of fooling riots. Now. This was progressive handler humanise on Paseo pay fios got. I got a really no a rural Alabama police department is blaming Esiason Satan is for a rise in violent crime in the area. Alabama just go. A rural Alabama police department. Don't use social media who scold community members for rejecting. God is coming under fire from a group that opposes mixing government and religious face. Wait, sorry raises. This is this is. Alabama. I mean, it's Alabama so owes racist. That's almost not news now. But there the post to like they're communicating to the public right through social media through social media. And here's one of their post that's past Sunday. A young man was shot and killed in constition Monday night. A mother was shot and killed in northern Covington county there have been five murders in Covington county and twenty eighteen these murders have been done by our young people. This is happening because we have turned away from God and embraced Satan. We may not have meant to do. So, but we have it is time to ask for God's help to stop this..

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"fios" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"fios" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"This is the air yet off the off the, but I will say is I had sort of hopes of like, you know, like the outside of tests for faith like, oh, let's just take all of our personal perspectives out of it and take a look at it like non-human perspectives. What would it be like if there was another intelligence that came to earth Royne judged year fuck in bigotry, homophobia, crap you're really bring in a whole nother? Like, I our goal this really hopeful human beings description of that it's kind of like, yeah, I did sort of myself glommed onto this weird science fiction conceit for the whole class. You know, maybe. Well, I mean that might just be you. We'll probably just me. We'll describe it from a non human viewpoint, and I think you're giving it a lot lower. Yeah. Army? Yeah. I am. I am. And it reminds me of actually there's a. Because that's such a good way of examining conflicts and social issues, it is it's why Sifi his perhaps the best way. Because you can just they're all aliens. So you can't identify yourself as one of them. Now, look at the actual context of the conflict where do you fall? There is a perfect is as off quote. And if anyone in the chat can think of one I'm thinking, please type it in. The gist of it is that science fiction provides us a window to look at ourselves. And science fiction is our only salvation if we are to be saved at all. Which is actually the last line of throng argument could be made wait what's the last line of the quote? It's the keytar salvation if we are to be saved at all. And it's about. Off about the importance of science fiction in human culture. Cool. Well, then as the shadow to our live listeners, if you put it in the chat on many, I'll read your name or favorite phrase that you want me to say out loud. If you find the quote for Meghan, right? But that being said as far as college courses, particularly recently, having weird names. I don't think that's that unusual. I would want to know more about this cores with where I made a joke about the news. Weird. It's the context I would say the name pretty weird. Without without providing when they when. Well, I guess it's I guess it's Christian broadcast network is adding the conference. Okay. Yeah. But like if if a person is not is going to call their class was going to teach a class called on human perspectives on LGBT. Limiting it to four letters and is not gonna answer. What the fuck is meant by non. Then. Yeah. I don't know. I mean like. News guys. Yeah. I broadcast network was disingenuous about something. Right. I mean, I didn't mean to. Seems touring. I'll really Kevin newsflash broadcast is disingenuous often. Wow. Wow. Why? In other news broadcasts, Jamie that's going to get annoying other being real quick in other news broadcasts Dennis. I think you have something for us. I do. And what is it? Other amazing headline Alabama police department blames rise in crime on atheists and satanists. Oh, really? Yeah. Okay. So what what the now this is this is on an aggressive bet that they don't have sufficient evidence to back up this claim absurd and from a place of fooling riots. Now. This was progressive handler humanise on Paseo pay fios got. I got a really no a rural Alabama police department is blaming Esiason Satan is for a rise in violent crime in the area. Alabama just go. A rural Alabama police department. Don't use social media who scold community members for rejecting. God is coming under fire from a group that opposes mixing government and religious face. Wait, sorry raises. This is this is. Alabama. I mean, it's Alabama so owes racist. That's almost not news now. But there the post to like they're communicating to the public right through social media through social media. And here's one of their post that's past Sunday. A young man was shot and killed in constition Monday night. A mother was shot and killed in northern Covington county there have been five murders in Covington county and twenty eighteen these murders have been done by our young people. This is happening because we have turned away from God and embraced Satan. We may not have meant to do. So, but we have it is time to ask for God's help to stop this..

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