35 Burst results for "First Experience"

Jasmine Crockett: We're 'Coddling' Jan. 6 Insurrectionists

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 13 hrs ago

Jasmine Crockett: We're 'Coddling' Jan. 6 Insurrectionists

"Jasmine Crockett is a Democrat representative from Texas And Jasmine was on MSL the day and remember what I said You can say whatever you want about caucasians Whatever you want Nothing's too vile vicious or racist Whatever you want And you can say it on MSL as D and Jasmine does that Listen to this cut tango We know that these maga Republicans have a problem with the truth In fact that's why we are coddling these January 6th insurrectionist You know I'm just a freshman So I watched January 6th more than a freshman you're an idiot Tell me have you been to the jail where they are Coddling she says She's a head case and there she is on MSL They tell me if it's any host on MSL SD spoken to any of these people spoken to any of their lawyers been to any of these facilities done any of the top Those three things No they've done none of them None of them But they know don't worry Coddling Go ahead Our unlike what so many of my colleagues experienced And the fact that they want to go with colleagues experienced what does that mean Many of your colleagues have been to jail for what What are you talking about Is it a requirement now to be an idiot to be a Democrat I think it is Not the rank and file Although I don't get that either I'm talking about those who are in public office Go ahead These people some of them which were attempting murder They want to What do you mean by these people What do you mean by these People

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Barefoot tours of Westminster Abbey offered after coronation

AP News Radio

01:18 min | 1 d ago

Barefoot tours of Westminster Abbey offered after coronation

"Visitors to London's Westminster Abbey will be allowed to stand for the first time on the exact spot where King Charles the third will be crowned, though they'll need to make sure they don't have holes in their socks for the shooter's tour meant to protect the Abbey's medieval mosaic floor. Abby officials say the section of the church's floor, known as the cosmati pavement, where the coronation chair has been placed for some 700 years, will be on display during Charles's crowning ceremony, Vanessa Simeone, head conservator at Westminster Abbey, says it will be a unique visitor experience. It's such a rare opportunity. Nobody apart from the clergy go up to this space. So for visitors to come here and be able to walk on the pavement and get up close and look at the designs and all the different materials that make up this incredible piece of art, it's going to be just once in a lifetime experience. The intricate and mosaic of marble stone glass and metal located in front of the Abbey's high altar was commissioned by Henry the third in the 1200s, and made by Italian craftsmen, it's said to be the best surviving example outside Italy of cosmati after the Italian family which created it. Charles De Ledesma

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Monica Crowley: Fight 'Fire With Fire' Against the Left

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 1 d ago

Monica Crowley: Fight 'Fire With Fire' Against the Left

"It just, it really bothers me that Republicans seem to think they're playing a lovely game of croquet in Connecticut. When in fact, this is a street fight for the country right now, the Democrats are never going to play fair. I say we get out into the gutter and slug it out with them. Fire with fire. And it's long past time that we did this Todd. You know, every time I come on your show, we do a little history lesson about the history of the left in this country. And the history of the international Marxist revolution, which has been going on since what? 1917. And what we are experiencing in this country is exactly that. But it didn't just originate over the last two years. This has been going on for decades. So for decades, we have been under this communist assault to fundamentally transform the nation and destroy us from within, as well as from without. We've got external enemies too. But the fact that we've got these internal enemies, you know, we've met the enemy and it's us. And the fact that the Republicans are still playing softball and the fact that they're still doing playing by gentlemen's rules, when we are fighting for the very future of this country, it's insane. And I've got no tolerance for, first of all, Republicans like McConnell and Romney and some of these others Murkowski that work with the other side to destroy the country. But even with others to sort of understand the nature of the internal threat, the fact that they are not stepping up quite yet to fight fire with fire is outrageous. And we are taking notes that we are taking receipts. Todd, we are keeping a list of names of who gets it, who is fighting tooth and nail for the future of this country, because we're at a real tipping point here. And if you don't get it, get out of the way. Yeah, and

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Mini-Grids 101 With Erick Hersman, Co-Founder of Gridless

HASHR8

01:56 min | 1 d ago

Mini-Grids 101 With Erick Hersman, Co-Founder of Gridless

"To start out, Eric, I just want to talk about the mini grid economics. That was something that you and Peter talked about a decent amount, but I want a little bit more information out of you if I can. So I'm thinking about the cost to get these mini grids online, finding the location for them and keeping it running. My understanding is that you partner with people who have already built these things and you guys aren't necessarily building them yourselves, but just from working with those partners, what are the aspects you're looking at in order to get a mini grid site online? Yeah, thanks. So it's been really interesting. We've been having our crash course in energy training this last year and a half or so. And it's been interesting. It's been fun. And it's also been one of those educational experiences. So when we're dealing with mini grids, we're kind of on the edge of rural Africa that has the beginnings of electrification and not a great amount of usage yet. So if you think about it, there's 1.1 billion people around the world who don't have electricity. 600 million of them are in Africa. So over half. And that means that this continent has the most area still to be electrified, which is a massive opportunity, and Bitcoin mining is actually going to pay for that. Bitcoin mining pays for electricity to be pushed further out because the normal consumers and those locations don't actually have the usage and demand yet to use it all. And the economies of scale for a mini grid provider can be really, really, I guess, upsetting, if you're an investor, there's a tyranny of a small size problem, right? Which is, you know, you can have a mini grid and let's say a mini grid hydro is going in. He's going to put in 200 kW. It might cost him about $4000 per kilowatt to put that in. If he was put in two megawatts, it would cost him about a $1000 per kilowatt.

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How to Be a Prayer Warrior for Your Children

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:42 min | 2 d ago

How to Be a Prayer Warrior for Your Children

"It's vital that we bring our children and their hearts to Jesus. Absolutely. I mean, that's the number one thing, I think, on a parent's heart and mind, right? I know that's true for gene and I, our boys are in their early 20s. We want them to have a fervent faith. Sometimes we're scratching our head. Are they there? They assure us that they know the lord, and that's good. But you always want to see more, right? It's just natural for a parent to want to see a vibrant faith and we're going to talk today about those young adults who may not be expressing that. We call them prodigals from time to time and their behavior suggests that maybe they're not close to the lord. So I'm excited that we're going to cover that topic today because many, many parents are going through difficulties with their adult children. And we hear so much heartache and grief from parents, and we're so glad our counseling team can talk to them and guide and certainly if you're there, give us a call. Our number is 800 a family. Well, doctor Irwin lutzer is pastor emeritus at moody church in Chicago. He was the senior pastor there for over 36 years. He's written a number of books, and one of those that is the basis for our conversation today is called a practical guide for praying parents. Get a copy from us here at the ministry, the details are in the show notes. Doctor lutzer, welcome back to focus. It's so good to have you. I'm so glad to be back and to have this exciting topic because no matter where I go the great burden on the hearts of parents is wayward children. Yeah. And we're going to be talking about how I believe we should pray for them and how transforming it was for me to understand a new way of praying, but we'll get into that. Well, you know, so often we as parents would carry so many burdens, you know? And there's a lot of things tugging at our children's heart, especially if they're in public schools, the things that are exposed to, it could be a daunting task to live in this modern world and be raising kids that have so much exposure to things that, you know, just two decades ago, kids didn't see. Social media pornography. You had to go find pornography. Now it finds you. Being a pastor for 36 years, it's nothing new under the sun, right? You were experiencing these kinds of things, maybe different, but children that weren't doing well with the lord. You know, one of the things that we did at moody church which I looked back upon with a great deal of joy is we designated a month that was a month in January and we called it pops, parents of prodigals, and we prayed for prodigals. Now we doubled our prayer meeting.

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Vic Keller on Balancing Profitability and Quality

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

Vic Keller on Balancing Profitability and Quality

"Your particular business, it was about driving profitability. How do you balance that with quality? You know, I think every business, their greatest risk is to lose quality. Quality is number one. So you have to have quality. Obviously, profitability is a derivative of quality. In many cases, but for us, every business I've ever been and we just have not had the luxury of having subpar quality. So we've always focused on quality. And as I said earlier, I love margin. I love Mars. Yeah, so how do you balance margin with doing something beautiful? Well, the more, I mean, my experience has been the better quality product you make and the better brand that you can deliver to the marketplace, the higher price you could charge and ultimately the more margin you're going to have. So I think your greatest insurance against protecting margin is to have undeniably the absolute best quality product or service that you have in the marketplace. And if you have that and it's undeniable, I don't think you get beat up on pricing as much. Yeah,

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Ram Ahluwalia Catches Us Up on Credit Suisse

The Breakdown

02:11 min | 2 d ago

Ram Ahluwalia Catches Us Up on Credit Suisse

"Where I want to start is sort of a little bit of a catch up on Credit Suisse. And so maybe first, we could talk a little bit about what happened over the last week. We're recording this on Monday. I think that's extremely important for people to know, because I think it'll come out on Wednesday and who knows what will transpire in the next 48 hours between them. But I think it would be really helpful to have sort of a short primer to help ground us in terms of understanding how much the things going on with Credit Suisse were credits we specific versus symptomatic of larger problems. And so maybe if we could kind of just start with, you know, what happened with Credit Suisse, you know, what the resolution was, and then maybe we can try to understand and piece through what the causality was. Sure thing. So let me frame it up. UBS and CS were the two top wealth managers in Switzerland, CES, sometime around September, October of last year, their share price took a dive as kind of floating around $3 or so. And the main issues there were around arca ghost, which was a hedge fund blew up that creditors had lending exposure to. And then also just a litany of issues around CS and compliance and open litigation around that. Now, fast forward to call it the last one or two weeks, CS started experiencing runs on the bank. They had deposit flight and the regulators were trying to broker some kind of transaction with UBS and CS was also in a parallel path looking to raise equity capital. So their largest shareholder, which is Saudi Arabia, declined to invest more than their 10% ownership interest in CS. They share that news, I believe it was Thursday of last week. And the reveal of that news caused further loss of confidence in CS and accelerator with the roles. So that was the principle event. That really accelerated the demise of CS. So what happened yesterday, there is an announcement that UBS will be acquiring select parts of credit Swiss.

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Chaos Erupts at the Southern Border

The Trish Regan Show

06:48 min | 2 d ago

Chaos Erupts at the Southern Border

"Breaking today as the Democrats continue trying to put the former president behind bars as there were some kind of, I don't know, banana republic two bit banana republic, we actually have real problems. And they're abhorrent behavior shows they have no real effort underway to actually focus on the problems at hand. I mean, no wonder the country's in such bad shape right now. News today, that authorities confronted 16 people at our border just last month that were on the FBI terror watch list. They were all arrested in the month of February alone. Meanwhile, we had some 150,000 plus crossings. Again, new records being hit almost every month. We are not in good shape and it's very dangerous for our country given the amount of drugs that are coming in. The federal government, meanwhile, spending all kinds of money, millions of dollars to store all that unused border wall material because, oh, that was Trump's idea in Trump's bad and they want him behind bars. That's the reality of the situation. They are playing politics when I think it's really, really important for this nation that we get serious about the real issues at hand. Hello, welcome to the program. I am Trish Regan portions of this show are brought to you by legacy precious metals, go to legacy p.m. investments dot com for more. Again, a 150,000 people apprehended in the month of February alone just wait. Just wait until title 42 gets rolled back. And it's going to be really unmanageable. For more on this worsening crisis, I am joined today by Brandon Judd, president of the border patrol council. And it's good to have you here. Thank you for taking the time, Brennan. Trish anytime, I appreciate you having me. What's it like, really? Right now. Well, unfortunately, I live this nightmare every single day. My agents and I, we have to deal with something that this administration could get under control tomorrow if they wanted to. But we have seen time and time again that they just have no political will. They pander to their open border activists. If you look at the west wing, it's filled with activists. And when you have government that is filled with activists, you can expect to see the chaos that we're experiencing on the border and it's a completely unfortunate because it puts American lives at danger at risk. And we could save all those American lives if it wasn't for the unfortunate policies programs and operations that they've taken away from us. They're just not giving us what's necessary to be able to do the job. You know, it really shows you how politics gets in the way. Over and over and over again. So instead of doing what's right, one protecting our country too, protecting these people from the predators that they are so vulnerable to right now. Instead of doing what's right, we're doing what they think is going to play in Peoria. They think that this is going to resonate with their base. If you ask me, it's the most inhumane way of approaching this challenge. The only thing that they care about is a reelection. That's it. And if they think that what they're doing is going to get people to the ballot box, they're going to do it. And that's what we see time and time again. Politics seems to have taken a front seat to what's best for the United States. What's best for our U.S. citizens as long as they think that they're going to be able to remain in power. You know, a lot of this is like, well, you know, it's Texas's problem. You know, let them deal with it in Texas. But now we're seeing that even the mayor of New York is like, wow, wow, wow, wow wait a second. This is Gaston us a lot of money here too, because they've been bused up to New York. More of the vineyard, I think, exposed a lot of the not in my backyard, kind of sentiment. Look, it is a problem there in Texas. It's a problem for any of these border states, but let's not forget we're a federal system. Doesn't the entire federal government have to take responsibility here? How is it fair to put it all on a few states that happen to be physically located at that border? Well, the Supreme Court actually ruled that the federal government is responsible for immigration. The states can't step in and they can't enact laws that would allow them to expel or deport individuals to cross our borders illegally. That was already tested in the state of Arizona when they passed SB ten 70 and the Supreme Court shot that law down. So if you look at this when you look at everything that is going on, if it's not the federal government that steps to the plate, if it's not them that does their job, then all of this is going to continue to happen. We're going to continue to set records. We're going to continue to have deaths on the border. We're going to continue to have more fentanyl coming into the United States than we've ever seen before. We're going to continue to release more people into the United States. When you look at right now, we have released into the United States in the last two years, 4.5 million people have been rewarded for violating our laws. Across the border, illegally and got released in the United States. And then you add on top of that, the 1.2 million people that were able to cross the border illegally and evade apprehension. We've added more than 5 million people to our population just in the last two years alone. And these people entered the country illegally, and they were rewarded for their illegal acts. Look, and I'm not going to say that all people that come here illegally are bad. It's not true. There's plenty of good ones. But you go through the rap sheets, right? And you see a lot of people that happen to be here illegally. And it's so sad for the victims of those crimes because they don't deserve that. The one thing that a country ought to be able to do is know and control who is in it. And by the way, we're not outliers here like, well, we're an outlier and that we let everybody in. I mean, every other country in the world, it's not like I can go show up in Mexico and just hang out for the rest of my life. That wouldn't fly. Why are we allowing it here? Yeah, Trish. And we're not trying to disparage people that cross the borders illegally by any stretch of the imagination. What we want is we want the rule of law to be upheld. And if the rule of law is upheld, we stop all of the deaths. We stop these migrants from putting theirselves in the hands of these dangerous criminal cartels. Yes, there are a lot of people that cross our borders illegally that are good people, but they still violated the law. And unless there's accountability for violating the law, we're going to continue to encourage it. And that's what we have to do. When you listen to this administration and they talk about that they want an orderly and humane immigration system. What they've given us is the exact opposite. It's not orderly and it absolutely is not humane, especially when you look at all of the deaths. When you look at the children that are abused by these criminal organizations, these cartels, they're raped at times they're murdered. They are physically abused all the time, and we see it. And we have to deal with that. The agents on the frontline constantly have to deal with everything that we see every single day and we know that it's simply driven by policy. Yeah, you know, and there's a lot of unintended consequences. The last thinks they're being so wonderful.

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Life Through Death

Pray the Word with David Platt

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

Life Through Death

"John chapter 12 versus 24 and 25. Truly, truly, I say to you. Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone, but if it dies, it bears much fruit. Whoever loves his life loses it, and whoever hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life. There's so much we could talk about in these two versus, but just meditate on this principle. If you want to live, you must die. Jesus makes that very clear, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone. But if it dies, it bears much fruit. The key to bearing fruit, the key to experiencing John ten ten abundant life is dying. And specific ways and dying to ourselves in our ways and our preferences, what we want, being crucified with Christ,

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First Republic Bank Shares Sink to Another Record Low

The Breakdown

01:52 min | 3 d ago

First Republic Bank Shares Sink to Another Record Low

"All right, Friends, another day, another set of serious updates around the global banking crisis. We start with first republic, which had another shocking day on Monday with the stock price plummeting 47% to an all time low. The stock was halted 9 times during its freefall and has now lost 90% of its equity value since the beginning of March. First Republicans experienced a massive $70 billion in deposit outflows over the month, as customers grow concerned about the safety of the bank afflicted with the same duration mismatch impairment that took down Silicon Valley bank alongside signature. Now on Friday, a consortium of major banks led by JPMorgan Chase, agreed to offer first republic 30 billion in deposits, consisting of the deposits which would float out of the troubled community bank. Ratings agency S&P said this package may not be enough to solve the quote substantial challenges facing the bank even if it does ease short term pressures on liquidity. On Monday, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon was back in talks to discuss converting the $30 billion in deposits into a capital infusion in an attempt to calm the panic around the already shaky bank. JPMorgan investment bankers have also been hired by first republic to explore options with a sale also being in the cards. Unfortunately, right now it's not clear how likely that is. Now that said, first republic doesn't necessarily represent the entire banking industry, with some time having passed since the collapse of Silicon Valley bank and the introduction of the fed's emergency liquidity program, the bank term funding program or BTF, regional banks actually saw a broad rally on Monday. This was led by New York community Bancorp, which we'll discuss in just a moment with a record 30% daily gain. Zero X makes he says, if you're in crypto and not following what's happening on community bank Twitter right now, you should be. Regardless of intent, the effect of both choke .2 and our two tier deposit insurance double standard is the same. To centralized resource allocation decisions in D.C. and New York.

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Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss Allegations Against Them

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:35 min | 4 d ago

Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss Allegations Against Them

"You see what's happened in the last 7 years, Joan Victoria. Well, let's talk about what you've experienced. You were targeted by the FBI. You would targeted by the DoJ in such a way that your client attorney privileges were trampled upon, and you found out as a result of a search warrant to take your electronic devices. That your information in a previous period, the year earlier. In secretly to have been secretly taken off the cloud. So your communications. They had all my have been taken. They already had all my attorney client privileges. What happened to the case again? So they were trying to find out what you and Rudy and others. That was for the time period, 2019, when Rudy and I were talking to whistleblowers in Ukraine. Oh, just the former prosecutor generals. You know, like an attorney general here. Yeah, the guy who's investigating. And his predecessor. We were talking to both of them about representation and we were going to fly to Ukraine to talk with them and meet with them to see if they want to representation. When we were told that there were threats against us. And you were accused of being in violation of the foreign agents registration. But I didn't have a quiet. But they couldn't even tell you who you were supposed to be representing. And then what happened to that accusation against you? Nothing to see here after 18 months. But, but with the statement that they do not choose to watch. At this time, we're not going to be no criminal charges at this point. At this time, which is Stalin ask. But they were trying to do, which is what the whole thing was designed to do was shut besides finding out what information Victoria and Rudy had against the bidens. They wanted to shut them up. To shut them up from not discussing anything publicly. And then when they found when they clearly knew right from the beginning, that there was no criminal law violation, they abuse the criminal law process in order to get access to more information. Once that didn't work, so they said, well, let's try to shut them up further. We'll inform the judge that we don't need we don't need a person anymore to review all the attorney client privilege information. So after we paid for it, and there are going to be no criminal charges at this time to make everybody think that there could be some later to shut everybody up. Well, people are not going to shut up. And they're not going to stop talking about this. And when it's appropriate, and when we get ourselves organized, there's going to be legal action against all the people who were involved in this. And

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There Is Nothing New Under the Sun...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:33 min | 4 d ago

There Is Nothing New Under the Sun...

"Today, we're going to talk about the impending arrest of Donald Trump. But before we do, let's remind ourselves that estranged things seem now. There really is nothing new under the sun. As children of the west, we have access to deep stores of experience and knowledge. We've been down this road before. There have been many episodes in our history where evil men gain power. And then run amok. For example, take the tale of sir Thomas more. The man who once was this popular and favorite servant of King Henry. His background was in law. He was an attorney, a judge, and a statesman. At the height of his career, he was made lord high Chancellor, a position that makes spiritual author with parliamentary and legal authority. In other words, a very high position. But sadly, he ended up losing that position over his religious beliefs. You see, he was what our current day FBI would label a rad trad. The king couldn't live with him having those beliefs, so he canceled Thomas more. The old fashioned way. By beheading him. The story of Moore's rise and fall is commemorated in the play and movie a man for all seasons. If you haven't seen it yet, you really should give it a watch. But the themes of law and justice, especially as they impact the tension between church and state are extremely relevant to our lives now. One particular scene feels especially pertinent to our current situation, where a former president is being railroaded through reckless legal machinations.

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Eric McDonald on Trading Crypto Automatically With CoinLion

Crypto Current

02:26 min | 5 d ago

Eric McDonald on Trading Crypto Automatically With CoinLion

"From coding in your basement all the way to a $1 billion acquisition, a true unicorn. You've seen it all. And as you started to look into this web three space, you can take I'm sure you're taking a lot of your experiences that you just had over the last 20 years and kind of seen the correlations over into web three. So what caught your eye about with you? Why did you pick that space? You just sold a unicorn. You can go right into the sunset. Why start something new? Yeah, no, a great question. And part of it is, I just kind of tiptoed into this. So coin Lion already existed. I didn't start it. And the group of founders invited me into sit on their board and start to guide them. And so I started a tiptoe into the crypto space and started to realize how impressive the underlying blockchain technology is. And so then when you understand how the blockchain works and how you can move funds from point a to point B ridiculously fast, it was awesome. And then I looked at how cumbersome a lot of the UIs were. Like if you wanted to just go buy some crypto, and he was ridiculously hard. And so honestly, that's what started to plant that seed in my head of it feels like there's some opportunity here. And to build something that's super simple. And so I spent probably 6 to 9 months really working with a team trying to hone in what their vision was in the original vision was, hey, we want to be an exchange, like any other exchange, except we were years behind some of these other exchanges. So what I did is I kind of helped narrow in this vision to like, hey, let's find a niche within this space. Don't feel like we have to own all of crypto. And these are a few of the lessons learned for myself when I was in the healthcare tech space. I built a unicorn, and it was based on one really small niche within healthcare. We didn't have to own all of healthcare. We owned just the urgent care space, and we did it really well. And so we spent a bunch of time talking about, okay, well, what niche can we get into and ended up landing on this idea of auto trading? How do you use bots? To do auto training, which again, bots aren't necessarily not new. We didn't invent that idea. But there aren't a lot of exchanges that have the auto trading built into it where you don't have to have multiple accounts.

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The Intentional Downfall of America

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 5 d ago

The Intentional Downfall of America

"My question is, do you think that someone is trying to destroy this country because I do? We're being lied to about the border being lied to about COVID or being lied to about inflation or being lied to about these banks were being lied to about gender mutilation being lied to at the border. I don't know if I already said that, but we're being lied to at everything that this administration I'll be listening to you for an answer. Yes, I do believe that there is an intentional effort to destroy the country. They want a different country than what we are living. A different America. Than what we experience. They want a postmodern post structuralist country. With a completely different approach, they want to try to remove and vanquish the promise of the American founding. The promise the American founding is very simple that all men are created equal that there is a creator and you are not him. The power must be separate, separation of powers consent to the governed. Having independent judiciary, and then if you work hard, you're going to be rewarded. And that you're immutable characteristics should not define you. Your agency, your action, your decisions, your merit, your character, that's how we should design a society. That's the promise of America. It's also a country that is not a colony that we should make decisions to serve our homeland over that abroad. We call that America first, it's very simple, unfortunately, our leaders don't understand that. So yes, I do think we're living through an intentional downfall of America.

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Deuteronomy 21-23: Seeing God's Heart and in the Midst of Archaic Laws

The Bible Recap

02:16 min | Last week

Deuteronomy 21-23: Seeing God's Heart and in the Midst of Archaic Laws

"Moses continues his farewell speech today and he covers a wide variety of laws in these three chapters. We don't have time to touch on them all, so I'll just pull a few from the ones that might have been the most perplexing for my reading. Most of which pertain to relationships between men and women. But before we get there, I want to remind us about a few things just so we have the proper framework for what we're encountering here. God is not setting up a utopian society where everything is ideal. God is meeting the people where they are and giving them a framework for a functional society where people are treated with at least the bare minimum level of respect. When God addresses something like multiple wives, it doesn't mean he's putting a seal of approval on it. It means he's acknowledging that it happens, and he's giving them honorable ways to respond to an imperfect, sinful situation. We'll hit some challenging passages today and it's important for us to remember not to overlay our cultural experience onto theirs. Speaking of which, let's go over the first tough segment. Marrying female captives for anyone in western society today, this idea is really cringe inducing. We even balk at the idea of arranged marriage, and this feels like it fringes on our idea of love and marriage even more. One of the things we have to remember about this society is that marriage rarely fit our modern ideas of love. Very rarely did a woman especially Mary for love. They often married as a means of being provided for. So the situation we've got here is that the Israelites would have conquered a city and killed all the men, but taken the women and children alive. Some of these women would have been absorbed into the society, but if a man found a woman he wanted to marry, it's quite likely she wouldn't have objected. And this law God set out here honored the woman by giving her a 30 day period of time to mourn and grieve all she has lost before marrying the israelite man. If for any reason, things in the marriage went south, God protects the woman by requiring the man to treat her with honor, not like she's his property. Please don't miss God's heart in this. Even though so much of this seems archaic, we can still see God's plan to provide for the woman through the man and to protect her if the man fails to honor her well.

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Wolf Lightning Accelerator CEO Kelly Brewster Shares His Story

The Breakdown

01:55 min | Last week

Wolf Lightning Accelerator CEO Kelly Brewster Shares His Story

"Kelly, welcome to the breakdown sir. How are you doing? Awesome. How are you? Good. You got that amazing background. This is designed for zoom videos. I'm sure. It's real. It's not. If I move quickly, you can see it's not pixelated. It's a real background. Awesome. I'm super excited to have you here. Appreciate you taking some time. I know that you guys are about to start this first class of wolf, but just quickly, before we dive in today, let's start with your background. How you got into Bitcoin and what you're doing now, what the inspiration for wolf was. Yeah, absolutely. And also thank you for having me. I'm a big fan of the show, and I listen frequently, so I'm excited to be here. My personal experience with Bitcoin goes back to about 2013. The time I was working at Goldman Sachs, I was working on one of the trading desks, and initially I heard about Bitcoin through coinbase. It wasn't first hearing about Bitcoin, and then later the exchanges was the other way around. But I heard about this company that was working on this amazing new exchange for these digital assets that I started learning at Bitcoin, learned a little bit about some of the other assets as well. And I thought it was fascinating. And I dabbled a little bit, but I had neither the Fiat savings nor the fortitude to get involved in a bigger way. But a little bit, and I started paying attention to it. And then fast forward a couple of years in 2016, I was working at stone ridge, which is the company that owns nigg and that owns wolf, which we'll talk more about today. And stone ridge was working on the technology and the business that ultimately became nij. And it was really during that time that I went much deeper down the rabbit hole, became much more focused on Bitcoin and became much more personally interested in Bitcoin over really everything else that was happening in crypto at the time. And of course, you know, now through a couple of cycles every time we've seen some of that, I personally just become even more sure that Bitcoin is the thing that is going to stick around and it's going to have some staying power.

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Are You Better After Therapy?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | Last week

Are You Better After Therapy?

"I have a thought provoking a topic for today's happiness hour. In general, would you say that going to a psychotherapist, psychologist or psychiatrist? Today, or for that matter, marital therapist. Would you say that in general, it is helpful. What was your experience? Was it helpful? So in this instance, I'm not only going to be taking your responses, I'm going to offer you my thesis at the outset. I think most therapists hurt people. In terms of their psychological health, some have well, I'll put it this way. One third hurt people one third do no good, and one third do good. That's a life time of, and by the way, I went to a psychotherapist. Many, many years ago, I wanted to resolve some issues, and I thought it was very helpful. Just for the record.

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The Economy Is on Very Fragile Footing

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | Last week

The Economy Is on Very Fragile Footing

"There's several topics here, but I do want to talk about the Silicon Valley bank thing because I think it is an example of some of the deeper economic fissures that we're going to experience living above the means, but the federal government comes in and they ensure deposits up to any amount, basically eradicate in the FDIC minimum. That sets a precedent where again, I'm somewhat conflicted because they almost had to do that. To preserve the fractional banking preserve system. But if there's not going to be a cost for bad decisions or they're not going to follow the $250,000 guideline, then there is no limit. How much more can we take if the federal government is coming in and pumping an artificial money into the economy? We're in really fragile footing. Yeah, yeah. And they only before they went and did this, which was unprecedented. There's only a 120 or a $130 billion set aside for this kind of business. So anything like Credit Suisse or any of these other banks going would well exceed that number. So I think they did something that's unprecedented. And then if other banks even smaller banks want a business, are they obligated to come in and protect? That's the question I don't really understand. And how they could do this. And the thing is, yes, I guess you could say they had to do it. But my argument will be that if this bank was really strong, like everybody said it was actually a very strong bank. They just had a few errors. It should have been cleared up within the next few days. I think they just basically sent a message. They didn't want banks all across the country to have these bank runs. So I guess as an administration, you decide to do that. But to say that there's no cost is misleading, because basically we're using money that we could put into somewhere else to bail out an asset or a bank that is not doing well.

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"first experience" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"first experience" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Now, so they've gone to college, got an apartment and jobs. And it turns out this one experience really has shaped some of the public school kids. In profound ways. I did not see coming. Today's show what happens when you see the other side and it looks a lot better Let's begin with Melanie, the girl who freaked out. I wondered about Melanie because she had such a strong, immediate reaction that everyone remembered. But also because listen to what happened after that. So apparently, Melanie started crying the moment she got to fields then wanted to leave. But the teachers managed to calm her down and for a while it seemed like the moment had passed and they were fine. They partnered all the students up so the university heights kids could go with the fields and kids to some of their classes. Marlene Edelstein, a field thin student told me the girl who shadowed her, she doesn't remember her name, but other people told me it was Melanie. Marlena has never forgotten her. I remember we were studying and let the enlightenment, and we were looking at it through paintings. And I remember her making connections between the painting and enlightenment era philosophers and quoting John Locke and just schooling all of us. You know, making connections that I would have been completely incapable of making and is clearly the smartest person in the room. Then, after wowing everyone in this class with her intellect, Melanie left, ran away. She found the experience of being a field stint so upsetting she ultimately could not stand to be there. And Lisa greenbaum, her teacher, told me Melanie did not just run away from fields in that day. She also seemed to run away from high school. She doesn't remember seeing her much after that. I would love to know, I would love to know how she feels about who she is, you know, and if that moment in her life, in

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"first experience" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"Cube. They have this hairstyle where it was chemicals that were placed into black hair, which is already textured for the most part. And the chemicals made the hair look very curly and very greasy. Very shiny. Very, very shiny. And it required a lot of upkeep. There were a lot of products we had to put in to maintain it. And we had to put on plastic caps to keep the hair moisturized and the kryptonite to a Jerry curl was water. I knew that. Yeah. So if you got your hair wet the Jerry curl looked a hot mess. And so it was hard to have this Jerry curl in 5th grade when I went to this private school, but I also had daily swimming lessons at school. Yes. So many stories there, so many things that I can bring up in my therapy, but that was my childhood. And realizing, like, having to explain to my classmates, like, what's going on with your hair when you get out of the pool. Right. Right. And you laugh because you know something about Jerry curry. I do. Yes, I had a few experiences with that when I was a kid in elementary school. My first experience was when I was in kindergarten. We had one, I was in a small town and we had one black student in my class, and he had a Jerry Carl. And I remember we played duck duck goose and you know, you tap the kid on the head. And I remember Tapping him on the head and realizing it was kind of, I mean, hate the word greasy for it, but it was, you know, it's kind of wet. And I remember going home to my mom and being like, mom, what's in his hair? You know, and my mom just saying, oh, well, that's just a hairstyle and it's just product that doesn't care. It was like no big deal. And then that was just an easy question. I remember that. But when I was in fourth grade, I had a friend from class come stay the night with me. And she had a Jerry curl, and she when she came to stay the night she had forgotten her product and I remember the next day we woke up in her hair definitely. You could tell the difference. And she was really self conscious about it. So, like, my mom and I took her to the store and got her some products. So she could fix it up and feel better about it. But I remember her being really upset that she didn't have it and her hair didn't look right and her being subconscious about it. In both of those instances, I love your mom's reaction. And I think that if more parents had that reaction when kids are coming to them about situations that they don't understand because it's not their own. We could be so much better. But what happens is a lot of times. And I felt it growing up and again, sadly, my kid feels it a little bit..

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"first experience" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on KCRW

"Event, having a loved one experience the event or being exposed to repeated details of the traumatic stressor. We also observed that there are people who experienced disasters who do not develop PTSD or other psychological symptoms. In fact, after a major disaster, only about a third are expected to develop PTSD. For those who do develop problems. 9 11 helped us to identify three major reactions to large scale disasters. There are mental health disorders such as PTSD, grieving and hopelessness. There are stress reactions, and there are health risk behaviors like substance abuse. We also found that one of the more common problems after trauma or sleep disturbances, and we learned that PTSD is not one uniform disorder. All PTSD is not chronic. In all PTSD does not start immediately. After an event like 9 11, it can evolve over time. A person can have PTSD and recover. There is also late onset PTSD, and there is certainly chronic PTSD early after a disaster. There may be a sense that things are whole again and now back to normal. But this early feeling of calm is often followed by periods of frustration and anger and diminished hope. And these normal feelings are a result of unexpected new stresses and a realization of the impact of the losses. Many of the lessons from 9 11 applied to our experiences with Covid, both for the public and for health care providers and frontline workers. 9, 11 and Covid are clearly different disasters. But for some people, the mental health effects that we've experienced as a result of covid are very similar to those that we saw with 9 11. This is Dr Michael Wilkes with a second opinion..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"He was a freshman last year but they still they took. He took a lot of classes right from his dorm room. You know they weren't. They couldn't go to class or even sports. They had to do a lot of cova tests that morning or quarantine time or it was really clunky and the season was totally delayed because of covid but they got to they did get some sort of a season and then we're looking forward to more of that in a regular college experience for him and i was gonna say for hockey like when that season ended detroit in january. Oh yeah it's cold even walk outside your like nip cold ice and actually colder. Yeah yeah all right. Here's a new toy that we okay. This is an interview deck. This is like four podcasters. And i guess that's what we are we do. We official number aren't number of likes. There's there's a mug that's really on the air and we're going to be able to add another one today but these are just like a series of questions like and you have hear this. Because i listened to your yours when i was getting ready to come on and some of my the podcast i listen to you. Don't you find. I wanted to talk to them. Like i many people podcast so might be talking to people. You don't even realize. But when iran. I've got podcasts. Playing in my ear there commentating on seven. I want to join the conversation. So i love. The you guys are bringing this conversation too. Many many years yes. It's been fun it's been like what is it two years now two years. Yeah we him about six months off but everybody had to. We'll give me one of these. I want you to car. Do you have one comment. Because i wanted to add to the julie said my card yet. God cast because you know we the experience of living in this world everything soundbites for so long that i felt like people were just reverting back to you. Got to have a conversation. You gotta listen the whole conversation. You can't just have a sound by that person or thank. You know that person. And i think that's important about just like with radio personnel. We connect with our favorite radio. Deejays hosts and it's because they're they're talking to you every morning or they're having a conversation with you. We're spending time with them. You have you have equity there. Yes yes well..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"You know someone that has been vetted and bringing into your home. My girlfriends and i will drink wine and snack while we're looking at clothes. It's a brilliant experience right so again. They the cabbie consultant is she. Is there to set up the clothes. Let you try on the clothes. And then of course you want to buy the clothes so that i just wanted to share that. If you guys that was an experience that came to mind for sure man. I don't know if they have any men's clothes men's lines men would sit around a living room and on clothes and drink. Wine is that experience. My experience usually is like any whatever you pick out. My husband says the same thing. He's he sends me like. I just go to one store like okay. I need for shirts. Four pairs of pants or out of fashion. I used to try everything like try. This and i do like shopping and looking at brands and looking at how that evolved over the last two years. I've went with the the approach of i have these five payers of this and i have these t shirts and i have this jacket and it works. This is eugene's classy t shirt and the jacket. Because i've seen you twice in the past week and you look sharp. That's your look. And i don't have to get in when i had the closet in there was seven shirts. That look like that and one of them was a different brand in the other. And then i was looking at. The jacket doesn't match that. And like you know then. The shoes as a creative my it just took forever and now just go okay and my jackets are all in a line and then just whatever. Jack is there mashed shirt and goes with jeans and outdoor five minutes. And you've you've probably feel joy. I do absolutely listen. This is work. Yeah yeah so as there. That design in there. So yeah it does. That's that's the look in our personal brands. I mean there's something behind that you want to own it. So i like that. I like that one thing you want to experience this year. Twenty i mean. We went through a crazy year last year. Like what's twenty twenty one half in store for you. What's the one thing you want see. Do experience scher of well. You know my i immediately. I'm going to answer that with. I'm so proud of my son might well my stepson. Plays college hockey okay. He's at acquaintance college in grand rapids michigan and we didn't get to watch him play very much and he. He's been a hockey players whole life. He was recruited to the that college to play at the hooky level. So we want to get up there and see him play. That's that's what comes to mind. We couldn't travel and everyone was kind of frozen for a while. And that's especially you guys know sports in your sports family and travel minded. We my husband especially. He's traveled all over the country with this kid. So we we want to get on the road. See him play. We've he's got three little siblings. There are four four in our brewed total. So they they love their big brother and we all love to go. So that's what comes to mind immediately and is getting up to michigan and travel getting getting to see him play. I just go imagine spending eighteen all eighteen years year. Li- like when you decide you want to go to the next level and do those things and then experience like not have the experience of a senior year and sports. Yeah like those those those individuals just who heartbreaks for for them. But i know that many people had many ways to you know be able to try out look at options and sounds like elected there. Well he was..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"Forty nine minutes already and so we're going to get to the last questions. I have another fun question. Ask okay okay. Do you have anything you know. let's go to could you. What gives us a product person brand like anything out there. That has the experience like who. Is it the best versus doing a great job for that but it can't be it can't be i own. Hey we are a really great experience. That's fair. I thought you know what i was gonna come and brag about was my car but my car's in the shop right now so what happened their car. The push start didn't work the other day and it's a smart card but it isn't. It didn't tell me what was wrong. So i then thought about my cell phone or my apple slicer that makes eight perfectly all eight apples releases and i can throw core away and then eat. This has been the coolest question and some product brand completely up to you. I i mean. I feel like i keep wanting to say my iphone but that sounds so everyone is just. They're right. what are some of the. What have you guys heard. Let me i phone four a door knob hair. Hairston like for women in stringers curling irons hair products. I've heard that yeah apple. Of course i mean. Just you know the iphone general. I mean it's been a it's been a good answer. I mean it. It's really changed. You know our culture just from the instant and it really changed apple from business actually i. It was i tunes. And they're like how do we get this out of that laptop. And how do we sell content. You know that service that software as a service model and they were like oh. It's in their hand all the time like listen to their music so it started with the. That's right and then he ruined. The music industry went away. Yeah we'll ruin them because they weren't smart enough to to stop and go that way right. They were fighting. Yeah i know we're against the like you watch how it affects industry so fast because at first there was a lot of disagreements right with music being stolen and what was. I can't even remember. Now taylor napster. So they would have been braced. You look at that and like everyone says if you were if they would have embrace that and taking it over how much more they'd be making mind but now it's like they can hardly make money. Yeah brain anymore area. Yeah it's taken away from me but is good What was the next one sean. We're yep oh well you know it's the what's the one thing you want to. We're so sorry. I also was going to say i. I have a girlfriend who sells cabbie clothing. So that is it. Have you heard of this okay. So that was going to be my answer. Even though again car and phone were kind of top of the list you but for women. This model is a coming into your home. They bring the clothes into your home. This is. I wore my cabbie jacket. Today it's a little bit higher price point but your connecting comfortably with your girlfriends and the sales person who's usually a friend or connector..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"Happening and donors using stott gifts and stock transfers. And so. i think that's kind of neat as you know the they're not all good from covid but some of the silver lining has meant some more wealth or some more time to maybe focus on charities and support and we have certainly seen that so mazing. Yes so we're with. You said you saw increased traffic on the website and donors were or so with communications and trying to get the word out and we try to emphasize this as much as possible to our clients. Today are you trying a little bit of everything or do you know where these channels are at like. Have you been able to carve out a this this user or this individual need we use this platform and like are or are you just. Is it still the general. We're going to try everything and see were like i told one organization a couple of weeks ago. I said let's get good at one thing like. Let's make the best like responsive design website that has giving all those things. I in lean into that and let the community know. That's the thing and how we interact or are you. All of them out. There was a big. We're touching about the experience. Yeah i mean. One of the biggest problems for teachers in our actions was wearing masks and they can't see your expressions they can't see whether you're smiling the can't there. It really mentally had an effect on everyone Yeah on the on the communication when you're talking about like the social worker interaction most important things scene in having that emotional feedback and interaction. Try just what's going on. I can't tell you can't read. Can't it with that so it's a very true. Well sorry i answer your question sean too. I do think we maybe try to fall to be a little bit of everything. Everything and everyone in. And so i think more focused could be good in some areas. We even with with giving certain older donors maybe want to check and mail and and check and then younger donors like can i apple pay. You might donate can i. I do. I wanna i wanna reach that we. We have strong social media platforms for facebook and instagram and linked in and twitter. But don't ask me about snapchat. I'm not great there now. My nineteen year. Old son is incredible there but i you know..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"That past and their names and pictures are on it. It's a beautiful zoo us. And and even that i mean i'm thinking of it in my head. It's very bright and open at the top and you walk in and it's warm and round and then you've got their faces in their hometowns and morning. Yes yes now you know chasing you gotta go to college station to visit it. Well they let you enter college station aggie land. I'm there's a few. I know alley definitely would would take me and show me around so absolutely oh my husband cringes because i if i see someone wearing a t shirt or a hat i am going to approach them. I'm going to say howdy. I'm gonna ask how they're connected him now. The further you get from texas. Sometimes they look at me. Like i'm crazy and i'm just a fan. It's just but i'm like. No i point to meet you know about ena being a fans. Good enough yes absolutely. So like one of the. We talked earlier about the the connectivity of the space being real time and all those things as joyful fundraiser. How is what. I've been a privileged. Be a part like watching digital transform. A lot how. How is that experience impacted. The way in which you're able to grow the knowledge of youth. I i love the you're asking. I wanted to share from an organization standpoint and our social workers connected with kids. We actually leaned pretty heavily on some digital areas there. So i thought that'd be neat to share because you know. I mentioned the school based social work in march of two thousand twenty s. School buildings closed so that was our model being just down the hall and here. We had an unprecedented experience that we all went through where school buildings were closing. Kids were sent home while for us for youth firs. That was the middle of the second semester of the school year. Our social workers carry a caseload of kids cities. These are vulnerable high. Needs kids that they're checking in on a routine basis and now they weren't in school together and so we youth i immediately pivoted and we knew social workers needed to connect with those kids and we were able to lean on technology to do that. So and thanks to a lot of cova relief funding and supports like even the greater evansville relief funded..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"But in an urban area it can really be a good benefit some good rates so all right mike bring us back because that was my actual like tell us about your experience within that industry and how it's helped with fundraising being joyful. Yes yes again. Just knowing people listening to people right. That's what you guys are. So great on the visiting what the needs are or what what is going to bring them joy. I swear i will always bring it back to joy but that's we're humans and we want to be happy and connect and that's part of it for me. It's dead yeah aggravation of when you're trying to design for a client and the client's just like whatever just give me. This may offices what like but no look at your space. Think about your face. Think about you use it and just find a moment. Something in there that's gonna make you happy and and you don't realize how much that affects you for working productivity all of that And what they do a lot of people don't get in until they they know the bad they don't know the good right. Yes let's spacer where you've been and your many travels are working. Not beasely. probably downtown michigan. Right detroit dearborn one. That makes you emotional like you. Just think about it. And you're like i love being there so much just like folk. Great i well. I saw that question on here. A space that makes you emotionally. And i first of all i immediately went to happy in my head and i think some people would probably go the other way right emotional into thinking. This may be angry or this made me sad but i went to happy and so a space that makes me happy and especially to tie it back to you i. That's why i wanted to describe truly that office soft you know like circles and round lie. I mean just softer areas and spaces but even things like you know the a church or your home or your child's room..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"And and their purpose to the dealer and the dealer to there and then how that's maintained all the way through and it's just all about relationship and trust and all those things that that help you were where you're at today being joyful fundraiser. One hundred percent day yes. You're right. I worked at ford company. I was a territory sales manager. And so i was involved with the dealer network. And you're right. That's a i think when most people think is of course thinking vehicles on the road and the manufacturer is you know right. Cranking them out with the big giant plants around the country But they don't sell to the end user the dealers do so they have an incredibly extensive dealer network and so forth. Hires guy was in there. They had an f c g program. Ford college graduate program and they're training us into that sales system of exactly that taking orders and inventory needs from plant to dealership floor and then customer buying from the dealership so there were seventeen regional offices at least at the time when i was with the company and it was really exciting. We were young and trained up in dearborn and to actually physically got to go visit some dealerships and so you're learning what the sales process looks like on the dealership floor and for the customer the end user and then And that's where you've got sales guys doing walk around you know and you re for car people. You just like to learn that the coolest car that that was so much fun and then But we as sales managers for the manufacturer. We had a network of dealers and then i had wholesale objectives every month so i had lots and lots of inventory that i wanted them committing to so when i was working with dealers. We were looking at projections for months out. When are they going to in the next three months six months and of course i had you know they needed f. One fifties and i was trying to get him to take some focuses on like i had a whole product line that i had to hit my objective every month so i guess to grab it back. That certainly gave me an appreciation for Achievement and sales success right. Because i wanted to be at the top of the list every month and not at the bottom as far as your sales ranking in sales motivation but then truly connecting with people so what was so neat about working with the ford dealers The they were like a community talk about a community person. They're selling. They were the ford dealer in many places like i was calling on nebraska for a i mean there are some rural ford nebraska dealerships. Where you know that guys. It's a third generation owner. Grandpa started the business. Everyone in town knows that dealership store..

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"Oh they do. It's true we invite support from all of our community partners in especially individuals and businesses because these kids are going to be the future leaders of their communities so we want to equip our young people with coping skills and resiliency skills and just inner strength. Because we you know we all know life is going to be hard. It's going to be thrown at you regardless so being able to adapt and cope and There's a lot thrown out or young people. These are weighing a lot of pressures on them. We see it with the social media pressures gaining pressures. Just that busy life. We talked about so To teach them how just how to handle how to handle your stress. How to handle your emotions. When i mentioned risk factors Unfortunately we all know people who turn to risky behaviors a coping mechanisms and so if we can reduce those risk factors increase protective factors in young people and protective factors are bonding skills and communication supports and just family bonds pure bonds self-confidence things like that then you've got a pretty pretty strong young person coming your way mazing who the bizet who are future who are businesses can hire wendy cool about it is it really is full circle with strong youth leading to strong community love it love it so all right up said the word experience like seven or eight times now you know the the the big the probably the hardest question on on the list right now is that we you know like to cover is what does that word experience mean to you. Well i love the question because my role youth. I is the fundraising piece. And so i think you've reading that joyful fundraiser description i am. I'm very proud of that and been about ground on me is that i. I'm not one of the social workers. I don't have the mental health background. So i they are my heroes and i love talking about them and sharing what they do. But then i have the honour of inviting support for the work. And so i lean on my marketing and communications background. Which there. I did sales years ago and the keyword there is. That's experience. I mean truly building a relationship with anyone who's sitting across the table for you from you. You know and connecting with them and figuring out what what their interests are and so that translates into fundraising so for me. The experience is the donor experience number. One are you a youth first. Donor love i love working with it. We have thousands of donors across the country. I honestly so when i get to thank a donor for the their contribution to youth. I whether it's an annual contribution monthly contribution in kind contribution we have. There's so many ways you can donate a and just make that work happen So we have thousands of donors and then inviting. New donors I there's a theory about the joy in fundraising and that has certainly ring true for me. So i i m i consider myself pretty new fund raising this my job at youth..

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"Club their aggies in indiana. And we've found each other and we have a club. I love it so yes graduates. I think all across the country you would find alumni groups and there's one right here in evansville. We have a great group of aggies that live and work in southern indiana. So many i would say there are club. There's probably fifteen or twenty of us and then when we get together we bring spouses can watch some good football together. That's pretty good. Yeah so corpus. Christi booster clubs will. Yes i'm going to be the president of the booster club so mom power right there. It's a great. That's our church and then our our school. Our kids are there so I love the school and then want to help and support in. That's a great way to be involved. Is of course with the kids. The pto organizations they call it the booster club by maize. Love that group but listen to this her life motto is choose joy in her spare time. She's a runner traveler. College hockey fan and joy enthusiast. What does it mean to be joy enthusiast out. Well it means truly choosing joy in every moment. So i there's a ted talk i love and the i actually read her name down so i can mention it ingrid lead. Does this talk about where joy lives. And how you find it. Yes and it's fascinating. Because even when i walked into your space and you have these bright yellow walls welcoming me. I felt joy. So it's these little moments of joy that literally physically in your brain make you happy make you want to smile and jump or in my case people. I quite known for my hugs. It's just it's finding happiness in these moments and they might be small moments at the time but over time they add up and i get. I live joy in my work. I live joy in my family. And in my the activities i do and where i get involved in this community so i mean it when i say just choosing joy being a joyful person i remember. I was young and they said okay. Everyone picking adjectives to describe yourself has to start with the first letter of your name. While i'm julie and i chose chose the hord joy joyful julie and i guess it worked because i really do live life that way so i think we can find choose joy all around us but is amazing Like just to like like. I said when you you early on just kind of connected with that word that experience and have have lived with that and are growing through it. Well in my work. And i. I'm really excited to talk about youth. I but truly living happier and healthier joy is a part of that so yeah finding joy and it's a powerful resource. It really is. I mean feeling happy with yourself and it just leads to even physical health benefits and So i encourage.

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"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"first experience" Discussed on @530 on Main

"That's okay only one we did. We're talking for like twenty minutes. Whenever we got start. This was the best one ever. We just start talking. Why would it be the best one ever. So we're okay so this is already going to be the best recording ever of at five thirty on main podcast here at the extension studio five thirty main street evansville indiana i have my co host. Mike davis from vps architecture with me and today we have julie huynh who is from youth. I right that's right. My goodness i'm looking at the best bio sheet ever pass and i will not do it justice. I'm sure but typically i get these long paragraph forms and this is the boat the the best user experience ever that i'm looking at here. I'm going to tell you a couple couple. Highlights here of julie's career julie right here says joyful fundraiser. At youth i inc is an accomplished marketing and communications strategist who leads a growth oriented development team at youth. I in indiana based nonprofit committed to strengthening kids and families with mental health supports and coping skills. So guess what she is from. She lives in evansville indiana but he was born in. Houston Are you a hook them. Horns gigamon what are you gonna aggies around. Yeah i'm proud of you knowing that you from austin okay. Yes she's from the other but there's a lot of the family right. I wish people could see my aggie ring. That i'm lashing at you right now. Aggies are very proud proud. Promise and i'm super proud..

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"first experience" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"first experience" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I really feel sorry for her family. I really do like i. don't i don't understand. Yeah if ian was in a position where he was going to like us guns in like armed resistance. Why didn't you do it during the raid. Yeah you know it. The thing is is like you were saying earlier about people. And how americans just don't seem to care about freedom anymore everything. The government does when they encroach on your freedoms is in the name of safety. It's like well. We have to make sure that everything you know. We can't be too careful and in this situation the the fact that he's not out on bail already doesn't make sense but then the fact that they have all of these stopgaps and like barriers to him. Getting out it's just it. It's puzzling been you know. It's not really puzzling. As not puzzling at all they're control freaks that's their job. That's what it is. There were born and raised control freaks. They grew up to be control freaks and they are going to control freak as hard as they possibly can. It's it's the only value they have in their lives makes them feel big. Yeah some of them. Don't deal with it. Well and they get bad drug problems and stuff and show up to court on tons of you know. I don't think i've ever said these words before about to say to you. I appreciate your compliance in this matter. Yeah i i would. I never even compliance with like government mandates in this kennedy thing. My my biggest problem with it. Is i carry every day. I can't live here and have a my carry. Peace with that is literally lives on me. It's a part of my body. Hello folks said. He is greer's staunch believer in liberty. And i have to mention gatewood galbraith. Who ran for governor several times. He turned me onto the liberty movement. Took me to me. Ron paul ryan does shook and had a conversation with a wood has passed on but his platform for governor was legalized cannabis in super do farmers for all the od's in eastern kentucky. That was my first experience with the louis movement in kentucky.

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"first experience" Discussed on Sustainability Explored

Sustainability Explored

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"first experience" Discussed on Sustainability Explored

"So like for instance a restaurant when you walk into. Let's let's use a well-known one when you walk into a starbucks you know what to expect and you haven't experienced from the front door all the way through their the process in all the way back out in your engaged as as the consumer your engaged with each piece of it because it has been meticulously Given attention on each point. So there is the outdoor the outer the outer exterior of the home. Or excuse me of the business and then you walk through the door in in. It's not just there's thought put into that door is it. A single door isn't a double door. Are you having to touch the door. These are the things that with cove especially in mind that that businesses like starbucks are starting to have to pay attention to a little bit more intently but they were already about those things just not with the level of touch that we are now that you walk through the door your first experience is has got to be a while has got to be a a a while from a perspective of. I can't believe i'm here. This is so name your list of things that you came to the store to the starbucks for Smells so good here. Oh it looks so good. I can said relax..

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"first experience" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"first experience" Discussed on KTOK

"Katie. Okay, you know him best as a longtime host some squares. He's part of a new documentary on Kaye Ballard. The show must Go on Peter Marshall. What was your first experience with cable? A that you're part of this documentary. Well, we were good friends. We must old Gosh. So probably the early 15th and Kansas City She was doing pop in, and it was Phil Silvers. I was working with life. Already part is how he knew that I was in those days. And, uh, we met and we became friends, and then we became like family. She was probably one of the best fingers. One great musicians. She was serving the comedian actress. She was everything. And yet if you say to the average person did you enjoy the talent? Okay, balance, they'll say food. Yeah, It was so strange, You know? Really, uh, she wasn't everybody. And on top of that she was just one of the nicest people you'll ever wanna know. It's you she would root for everybody. Uh, A lot of people don't really roots wherever people fuck that was OK. And every every big size you take a look. It's a special Carol Burnett, the Carol Channing Whomever. They think that she was probably one of the most talented women who ever lived. And she did every show in the world and all those shows are on this special and your listeners should really take a look at it. It It's one of the best things I think I've ever seen. I'm a very small part of it. I just Do a couple of little things that is, but it's a great special on that should be seen by everybody. Well, it's available on pay per view and download Kaye Ballard. The show goes on featuring Peter Marshall, who were speaking with Peter and My first Exposure to her as an actress was, I think his next door neighbor and the Doris Day Show Right before that. She did the mothers of war with the heart. And so is every other stations on the television shows. He was on the Muppet. She was on a very important as she did every show. She was brilliant. We in the business. Considered her one of the most talented women we've ever seen. And yet the average job never heard of a palace. It's so sad. I didn't realize she was the first to bring fly me to the moon to the charts. Absolutely. She's the one that full board Howard, who wrote it, He called he entitled. In other words, That's a lousy title. Don't call it and call it Fly me to the moon. And he changed it. She I mean, she was so bright. Yes, she introduced that. Maybe this idea. She had so many hits on Broadway and Yeah, I mean, don't special By the way, it's all in the special. They have clips from everything from the Muppets that Sullivan very more shows. There's old old doesn't show the bill Tornado show, etcetera. It makes me wonder if it makes me wonder Frank Sinatra would have sang it if she had not brought it to the charge in the first place. That's right. Yeah, absolutely. He was like balance. I stated the we met in the early fifties Kansas City and we were friends, and then we became like family. I have a little place in Palm Desert. She was a vegetable Raj Way go. That was found a couple of months there. And Right before she passed. I got a call from her friend and we go down and spent so Lead. Week of her existence, the beat and she said on the chair, kill a dog he had, like five or so. You know? Overall rescues on this deadly and she was just She had You collect the heart and right The last time I saw her, she said, I have a gift for you. And she gave me a painting. She was just so I loved it. It's tough, and I hope everybody listening well to hand to see this special because it's really worthwhile. The name of the specialist came down or the show goes on featuring Peter Marshall. Among him is Job, A heart with Michael Feinstein, Carol Channing, Rex Reed, Sandy Stewart, Many others, Bernie Kopell, who all worked with her and talk about what a great talent she was in this time in Hollywood. It was very competitive. I know there were some people don't like to think about the Backs change things that were going on between certain stars for certain gigs, but she didn't seem to be apart. No, no, that is so strange. Very strange. Uh, cause you know, ask any old performer like they, uh That Iran had been in the business 78 years and I've seen a lot of talent, but nobody Hey, Ballard. The show goes on featuring Peter Marshall, who were talking with Forgive my ignorance. Peter did she did she appear on the squares? Gold short is the regular where I thought so. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, And there she was a lousy anybody. You know, If you didn't know the answer, we gave you a go off. And it should say I can't use the blood. White by the want anybody to lose a game of pool, Okay? You don't know the answer. Or so gave, you know. Oh, so sweet, so sweet, and she was beloved in the business. By the way, nobody was ever jealous of K policy. All those lovely people who was so sort of multi palace is just amazing. I mean, Carol Burnett and Carol Channing and all these people, you know, they said It's probably one of most talented people I've ever ever witnesses as far as I'm concerned, she She was a great thing or with comedian actress. Should. Where the shoes that kid you were gorgeous. You know, anyway, I hope you're listening. The two dead and watches. It's quite horrific. It's called K ballot. The show goes on featuring Peter Marshall, who joins us He's the longtime host of Hollywood squares under trading 1000, Katie, Okay, and Peter, I'm amazed with her personality the way it was. I'm surprised she didn't play as Auntie Mame because she seemed to be Auntie Mame incarnate. Oh, yes, She's Yeah, It's all the shows. You know, She did a lot of Broadway shows, you know, very shoot it very few specialists. But they would run. She's had big runs and And we have the business. You know, we just consider her Uh, the best And it's Kate Ballard we're talking about the show goes on. You can download it or watch it on the virtual cinema release beginning to day and Peter Marshall. Thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure. Thank you very much. This has been later with Leigh Matthews..

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