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Do Five Year Olds Know Who They Are?
"So let's play the opening of this video. Well, we will, when we can. And I can act it out. You probably could actually. I want people to understand what you were asking people to sign that a 5 year old be allowed to do this against the will of the parents. I'm not talking about putting on a dress, okay? I'm not talking about putting on some makeup. I specifically said you're going to go through hormone therapy and then surgery. And then, you know, when people were signing, I was so incredulous that I even sent a couple of times, did I mention that she's 5 years old? Oh yeah, I don't know. And they would go in and say, oh, she knows who she is. She should have the right to make these kind of choice that age. She has exactly what she's doing at 5 years old. I'm not sure I wasn't throwing my feces around at 5 years old. I think I might have been doing that.
Spencer Levine on Making His First Cut in Nearly Five Years at the Shriners Children's Open
"We can get into a bunch of shit because you're not on social media, but like the people love you. I've told you this before. Especially especially we'll get to the happy Gilmore putting scenario at some point 'cause obviously you came in hot, you said you win your old man's garage and you saw this thing and it was dialed or whatever, but first of all, man. Like the Monday queue or whatever, like I saw that and I texted you once I saw you were in or whatever because I know how that shit can go. You can end up in a playoff out of nowhere, but what were the emotions going through? When was the last tour event you played? What were the emotions going through just getting into the Monday queue? I think last time I was in Vegas, you maybe made it to Vegas that time. A couple of years ago, but how are you feeling? Yeah, that was the last tour event I played due to a couple of years ago in Vegas. So yeah, it was nice, man. I went in there, you know, this Monday with not a whole lot of expectations. I mean, I've been playing well at home, but hadn't been planning a competition, but yeah, I just had a good day, dude. I hit it well, and was able to make a few putts and that course is, you know, one of those courses where, you know, you see the scores are pretty damn low. So if you're driving it good there, just kind of like at the actual tournament course, you're gonna have a lot of scoring opportunities. So I drove it really good in the Monday and then I shot a low score and made some putts and I was waiting around. I was in the morning, so like you said, I kind of figured I'd be in a playoff and then it kind of felt like a bonus not to have to play off, so. Honestly, dude, I just felt I was just happy bro I was just happy to be in a tournament. I had a lot of my buddies came out. My dad came out to watch the tournament, so it was just a fun week, man. It felt like the old days it really did. It was a good time. The whole week. I couldn't ask for much more. It was great.
"five years" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
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"five years" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
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"five years" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
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"five years" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
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"five years" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Are there still obstacles? What happened was the public utility was this invested and it wasn't capable to respond and people got through traded and it was used as an excuse to privatize the energy utility. And now they have resources and all of the sudden there's money to do everything else. But when it was public, the money wasn't there. And now you have a private utility that their business is to sell energy to the people. Owl model is to make people to democratize energy generation and for the people to participate in energy generation that is in direct conflict with the profit mentality of a private utility like luma right now. So we are going into that battle. Yet what we have seen is what we call the energy insurrection. People doing the installation and becoming energy self sufficient. I just want to give you a number because I think people might think this is just a few. Yeah, that song. There's just a few, but share the numbers because they're impressive. They're impressive. Yeah, yeah. We have done like 400 solar installations, including a microgrid in downtown where the pharmacy and the bakery and the pizza place and all the businesses are located for economic activation. But if you see a cross Puerto Rico, what we're talking is that only the people who are interconnected with net metering that they're exchanging energy with the utility, but producing energy at the point of consumption, we're talking about more than 50,000 homes that has invested like $600 million in energy infrastructure. I mean, this is community driven and people driven. And we're talking about 224 megawatts of solar power being generated at home. By the people and the benefit and the wealth being bring bested within the community. 6% of the total residential energy consumption is being produced by the people itself. So we were in minority in 1999 and we were in minority before you reckon Maria. Advocating for energy independence. But right now, people across ideologies, social backgrounds, religions, they do know that solar power works that can be used that is easily deployed that is something happens in one installation is not going to compromise the orders. I mean, it's a way to build climate adaptation energy security and what we have to make sure is that solar systems are not only available for people who can afford their installation. We have to make that available to everyone and Casa Pueblo is about that about looking at those people. Help them also reach energy security. That's the challenge. All right, 5 years out, and you guys have done the work before. And I think, you know, simplifying everything. There's a lot of people in the United States who think that the last the only history of Puerto Rico has been the last 5 years because they go into pay attention, which is a good thing and a bad thing. But 5 years out, you're feeling about Puerto Rico in general moving forward. In the capacity of what you all do, but just in general, as a society, are you feeling hopeful? Are you feeling pessimistic? Do you feel that you know what I mean? It's like, where do you think people are at? You as a Puerto Rican. Well, if you are looking top down, processes in Puerto Rico, you will get frustrated right away. Because you don't see anything happening and actually the opposite you see a degradation, a collapse of the government, institutions, and a failure to comply with their responsibilities. But if you actually look at the bottom up processes that are happening in Puerto Rico, not only related to energy, but related to other important agendas for society related to women, gender equalities and looking at excess force of the police upon people or the water agenda or for natural resource conservation for energy you will see that Puerto Rico is driving a transformation from the bottom up. We don't want to recognize in some instances what is going on, but I'm always very hopeful that the reference and the path alternative path have been set and we have those reference to be replicated in other parts of the island. But there's still the risk of exploitation of the bottom up. Because we have to be remiss in the fact of like you just said, the top line financial incentives, whether it's more millionaires and billionaires moving into the island, but you're saying that the bottom up, the tradition of Puerto Rico, the real Puerto Rico sale vanta, you know, not the co opted phrase. You know what I'm saying? Like the real history is still alive in your opinion. It's still there, and it's thriving. Is this strength of Puerto Rico is the culture? The people and their communities. That's what eugenio Maria de hostos, he used to call, you know, there are some people who wants to take over and gain political power. But what Puerto Rico has been very powerful, especially when we are confronted with real challenges like the U.S. Navy, bombing at bikes or the open street mining proposal or a natural gas is people gathering and actually building up social power to challenge that reality and create a new alternative. That's the future of Puerto Rico. That's what which is fueling. That's what we should be supporting the grassroots efforts because survival and building up alternative. That's the place to look for this old rival of Puerto Rico and the resistance of Puerto Rico from all of these aggressions that we are going through right now. Listen Arturo muscle I could talk to you all day. Before you go, what's the best place for people to find more about the work that you do and others and just how can they stay connected to exactly what you just said sort of that bottom up movement in Puerto Rico? Well, you can Google gas up Pueblo in Puerto Rico, Casa Pueblo dot org is our website. We are in social media, Twitter, Casa Pueblo or Instagram, Facebook, and you can get information of what we're doing on a regular basis. If you want to support Casa Pueblo, you can buy cafe madre Isla online. You will get good coffee, good Puerto Rico. I mean, which is the best coffee in the world. It's the best coffee in the world Arturo. I think it is. I think it's very unique. And the profit from selling coffee is directly impacting what we're doing in an junta. So it's a two way process for engaging and supporting Casa Pueblo. So this is if you're in Puerto Rico, you have to go to Hooters, keep in touch, and you can write to Casa port as well. And we'll do something. We're about building social networks. And that Diaspora, we have to build that Diaspora. Not only would Puerto Rican but also with Latino Americans, we are Latino Americans as well. Yeah, Arturo muscle it was such an honor to have you on Latino rebels radio. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and your insights. 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"five years" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"You agree or disagree? Completely, it was extremely important. The role that the Diaspora played after the hurricane. I mean, when you see what happened with the local state government and the federal government and how disconnected they were from the reality and the suffering that Puerto Ricans were going through, it was completely the opposite. I mean, the Diaspora. They had the heart on Puerto Rico. We're talking about the sense of urgency and what happened right after it is that we got like these solar lamps from a group of women in New York that they say, oh, we're going to send these equal to Casa Pueblo. And when we got that out of nowhere and we told them, you know what? We want solar lamps and all of the sudden we have people in New York in Philadelphia. We have friends in Georgia in Atlanta in Florida and because the airport was shot down, it was in working, all of this replies were sent to Houston where a family from Puerto Rico were basically gathering all of that support for Casa puelo Puerto Rico and they were sending that in a special airplanes that were going to an alternative airport in Puerto Rico. I mean, we were able to bypass many of the limitations and everything because these Puerto Ricans everywhere, they got activated and they got their responses moving forward. It happened because of people like you. There's so many people. But this is the part this is where I wanted to talk to Arthur because you've already raised so many issues. First of all, the notion of, you know, we are from a hurricanes are part of our life. This wasn't enough for the first time. I mean, I remember growing up, you know, that was just part of life, right? But I do think part of the narrative that happened after. Was in terms of Puerto Ricans being poverty, right? They had to be dependent. That fema and the local government and the failures. We have to acknowledge the failures of the federal government and the colonial government of Puerto Rico. That was a failure. No one can spin it any other way. Arturo and I'm not going to sugarcoat that, but one of the things my cousin told me about a month after. And this is why I went now I want to get into the work that you guys are doing and why it's so important and why I think you represent sort of what Puerto Rico can become. But my cousin told me about a month after, once I finally connected with him and talked to him and actually talked to him here on the radio show. That what happened after was sort of such a shock to the system that the only way Puerto Ricans could survive was to depend on each other again. And that the real dependence was actually collaboration and love and compassion and working together in solidarity. Outside of the structures that have been imposed on us, whether it's the federal government or the colonial government of Puerto Rico. How did your organization tap into that feeling? And what did you see and what are you seeing still? Because I do feel like that sense of hope and resilience is being ignored as we look at the sort of like retrospectives that we're looking at the disaster and the but I would challenge that that's not happening. Quite the opposite and you all represent sort of this new and I want to say it's new. It's always been there art doodle. It's now becoming more visible, more tangible, more practical? Well, we thought it was going to be like another here I can and you know we were going to overcome that right away, but it wasn't until what happened is that because Casa Pueblo was running on solar power and we upgraded the system before the hurricane and we have been advocating for Puerto Rico to move away from the centralized fossil fuel dependent energy system because we're have been promoting for energy self sufficiency, energy independence for Puerto Rico. It means that we were prepared. We were prepared and the day after the hurricane, we were able to reopen and all of the sudden we have people showing up because we became an energy oasis, not because we plan to do that. It was because it became a necessity, the role of Casa Pueblo within the community like you said. And it was not only about Casa Pueblo in other locations in Puerto Rico where you had social organization. The responses were very, very different. We can not rely on the political and economical power in Puerto Rico what we can rely on the social structure to communities, people, people in Puerto Rico and people and Puerto Ricans in the Diaspora. And that's why the Casa Pueblo was capable of launching a broad response. The networks we were able to support blue tarps equipment, medicines, food, water, shelter, we were able to and we started with a campaign to light up at junta's with the sun and it was about distributing solar lamps to avoid the use of candles and reduce the risk of fires and put the other thing was to teach people on how to yield energy from the sun, specifically for lighting, which is a very simple thing to do. But with that, we were educating the community and after that initial response, what we have been doing is aiming to transform the energy landscape of at juntas for asset reference of what can be done in high Georgia laris marika in Puerto Rico. And we have been setting solar power like Gaza Pueblo in hundreds of homes, especially in families that they have chronicled diseases. At home, or thinking in food security and grocery stores in rural communities, or addressing issues of critical infrastructure like the fire station, the emergency unit, the elderly home. We have been addressing the issue of communication. So our radio station was running on solar power, but now it's not only the radio station, is the radio station and the transmission tower that is needed for the whole operation. We built a solar cinema entertainment, mental health is very critical. Imagine having a solar cinema before the hurricane. You know, like a few days after you can regain some normality within the crisis, that's very important for communities to stand up and rebound from a crisis like a hurricane or earthquakes or anything else. For the pandemic. So listen, given the focus on energy and given the focus on what you said, making that conscious decision understanding that the dependence on the utility system in Puerto Rico was very real and you guys made that conscious choice. Knowing the history, right? This is not happening because of the hurricane. There's roots in this, where are we now in Puerto Rico when it comes to awareness of the current situations, whether it's with the private company, luma. And I keep saying colonial government because it's true. But that's how I call it. But are people getting more aware of this in a post hurricane? Maria society is there is this feeling of, we don't need this system. We're going to do this ourselves, you looking at this now 5 years out. How much progress do you think has happened and how much is
"five years" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"It's Latino rebels radio, I'm Julio Ricardo adela, and I'm actually thinking a lot about this show. Because what happened 5 years ago around this time, specifically the late hours of September 19th and the hours of September 20th, 2017, in Puerto Rico. And surrounding areas has all come back, all the memories have come back of hurricane Maria, where all of us were asking the question of where all of us were 5 years ago, whether you were on the island, experiencing this natural disaster that I just have no words for or in the Diaspora, frantically finding trying to find information about your family members or what's going on in the place where you come from, you know, I was born and where it isn't Puerto Rico. I wear I wear my bori Khan is on my sleeve and in my heart and one of the things that we did back at Latino rebels and I also have futile media with Latino USA is we really took it to heart our responsibility as journalists to tell that story and so many things we did working with the center for investigative journalism and I Puerto Rico and whether it was the death count or the lack of federal response or just the attention, it's always a moment as a journalist, specifically as a Puerto Rican, that I'm never going to forget. And I really wanted to take a moment to bring in a guest of an organization who I have utmost respect for. To really look at what happened 5 years ago and where we're at now and Puerto Rico. So I have this fabulous guest from Puerto Rico, who will introduce himself. Fabulous guests from Puerto Rico say who you are and what you do. Hi, everyone. I'm Arturo masso. The associate director of Casa Pueblo in at hotel Puerto Rico, a place to be here now. Before we get into what happened 5 years ago, at least in the Puerto Rican sphere, people know what Godzilla is, but we are a national program. What is gossa Pueblo? Community based organization that it was founded by my parents in 1980 to prevent open street mining from damaging the central part of the island and compromising water security and too much damage to prevent that from happening. But that community group evolved quickly from protesting to propose in alternative and we have been proposing forests. We are managing the forest. We have a central organization with a radio station, a solar cinema, butterfly garden. We are about breaking the model of dependency, dependency upon the U.S. and others. So it means that we have to be as self sufficient as possible. And we grow coffee and we sell coffee and that gets us enough funding to survive. And with a support from others, we have been promoting community actions toward local development and creating an alternative at juntas as a reference of what Puerto Rico can do for the future. So yes, the work that Casa Pueblo does and I really want to get into sort of the origins and where we are at and where we are now and Puerto Rico and 5 years later. But I would be remiss as a Puerto Rican to another Puerto Rican to not give you the opportunity to talk about what happened, those moments, what you remember of 5 years ago, post September 20th, 2017 from the months after, right? Just you and your world and tell me a little bit about those moments. I mean, I don't want you to revisit trauma, but I think it's important for us to really, I mean, we are from Puerto Rico de Caribbean. It's not the first hurricane that we have gone through, so it's part of the territory. Let's say we reckons are natural events in the Caribbean, but what we saw, how quickly the stone form, the size of the storm, the wind forces, it was on natural. And we know that climate change is having a toll on these. Here I can in Puerto Rico that day we were prepared, you look for shelter. It's a secure place to go. And you're basically hiding and you can hear the wind, you can feel this storm, the water, but you're hiding, we were on a actually we were unaware of the magnitude of the problem. Because all of the communication systems importer RICO private and public utility they collapse. So we have the internal view, but I think it was for people in the Diaspora outside Puerto Rico, the people who were really watching and suffering what we were going through at that time. And I think once we were able to get out, we saw consequences on Puerto Rico, but it wasn't about that day, Julio, it was he aftermath. The day after the week after a month to month three month in our community, four months without power in downtown area, but the rural communities, they were without power for up to two years in some locations. So I think that was the real difficult task. The challenge how to survive the storm after September 20th. Yeah, and I think this is the part that, you know, you mentioned the Diaspora, because my initial reaction, when I finally connected with family and friends and fellow journalism, colleagues was like, I got to go out there. I got to go down there. And they were like, no, don't. You have power. You have Internet. Please keep talking about us. Share our stories, right? Which I think it was that was to me what I saw from the outside in, right? Looking out, saying that it actually connected us more as Puerto Ricans. I believe in the first time, no matter where you were, right? You know what I'm saying? This whole notion of like, what if we stay or you never came back, even though you might have been born there or you never grew up there? I felt like that one positive aspect. We're going to talk about sort of what you just said. People ignoring what's been going on. The camera is going away. That's a big issue. But I do think one really concrete part of this. Is that we became more united as a people. Do
Russell Wilson gets five-year, $245M extension from Broncos
"Russell Wilson has gone from pretty rich to very rich The Broncos have signed the quarterback to a 5 year $245 million extension That includes 165 million in guarantees It's the biggest contract to team history and one of the largest ever in the NFL He had two years and $51 million left on his deal when the Broncos acquired him from Seattle for 5 draft picks and three players Wilson's 113 career victories are the most for a quarterback in his first ten seasons That includes his win in Super Bowl 48 I'm Dave ferry
"five years" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
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"five years" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Think this will be what will this be the 1415 years. And going on that, and it's just crazy to sort of think about that people still don't get it. But everybody has a smartphone in their hands for the most part now, right? Why do I need to go to a bank? Why do I need to do? Spend X amount of money to do a wire and then take a week to get there. There's so many inefficiencies within money. And I just, you know, it's like, I think I've always known this, but it's like, wow, it takes a while for people to get it. But once they get it, they get it. Very rarely will somebody get it, get crypto and understand Fiat currency and why that's inherently evil with central banks, very rarely will somebody get it and then go back and go ask your crypto. Once you get crypto, you're pretty much in, even though you have crypto goes up, crypto goes down, but this is a long haul. This is not a sprint. And a lot of people get sort of caught up in that sprint aspect of it where it's like, all right, here we're in a bull ride booth. Oh, on the outside it's gone down. Well, Bitcoin right now is a $23,000. When we started the show, Bitcoin was not even $2000. So I mean, it's ten X from where we were. And it was gone down from almost 70,000. Yeah, but it's all perspective, zoom out. And when you get it, you get it. And I'm glad that a lot of our live helped a lot of people. I've learned that we've helped a lot of people get it, Joel. Yeah, and it's very rewarding. And there's no question about it. And this leads to my first thought in this kind of goes back to a philosophy that I've had across all of my entrepreneurial efforts because again I've been doing this now for 27 years. Crypto has just been the last 5, but before this, you know, it's been marketing affiliate marketing, social media marketing, Internet marketing, blogging, videos, live video marketing, speaking, podcasting. All of these things for me, I've discovered that when I am curious, it leads to opportunity. And when we started this podcast, we didn't, we weren't like, oh my gosh, we're going to start the show, and we're going to have thousands and thousands of people listen to us. And in 5 years, there is going to be over 10 million downloads and we're going to be asked to be advisers with some of the biggest web three gaming companies. And we didn't we didn't know that was going to happen. We just knew that we were fascinated with the space and we wanted to talk about it. We wanted to be immersed in it. And then once we started getting an audience, we're like, you know what I think people might pay us to be featured on the show or to be part of their project and then, of course, we discovered that we were not just content creators, but we actually created NFTs and made our own original IP that has been very successful. So curiosity always leads to opportunity. What you do with that opportunity is then up to you. Yeah, that's a good point is that I remember we had this conversation, Joel, and I said, look, whenever we decided to do bad crypto, and I was thinking, I was like, you know, we're pretty influential on social media marketing right now. And I think there was a list that had just come out. We're like, you were in the top ten or something, and the top 12, I don't remember what your number was. I was number 14 and a half. Number 14, okay. And then I was in the top 100 in the 80s or something. I was like, I bet it will take us about 6 months to convert our influence within social media marketing into crypto. I don't think it will take us that long. My original thought was, 'cause I had just finished writing my book digital sense and it was all about social business strategies, marketing technologies, customer experience, and these emerging texts that are coming out. And then through the research and the book, I really revisited blockchain and I said, you know, they are creating value and money out of algorithms and code. And these are engineers who don't understand marketing. It's like, they're making money from code over here and I think that's a probably a pretty good space to be in. And in hindsight, it's proven extremely accurate. And I mean, and since we started the show, very rarely will I ever receive payment from anything that I'm doing, and anything other than a crypto. Like, the only time I get paid something other than a crypto is when I'm doing a speaking engagement somewhere and they send me a check. Only time. Everything else, getting paid in crypto. You know what I mean? I would have never thought that. I would have never thought that by doing this show the weird and I transact on a daily basis for the most part will change and it has tremendously. And so that was pretty wild. But you're right, curiosity leads to opportunity. And you know, we're pretty smart in marketing and we joined into a world full of engineers and people who don't understand marketing at all. That's a good place to be. Yeah. So here's another thing that I've picked up on, and I think you would agree with this that as an investor in crypto. You know, the markets go up in the markets go down. What goes up must come down and what goes down must go up over time the crypto markets have gone up. I mean, you could just follow the line. If you take away the times that it's gone down and then back up again, over time it goes up just like the U.S. stock market continues to increase in value. But not taking some profits on the way up can really hurt. And so I learned a little bit in the bull run of 2017. There was so much euphoria. We were new to this and I took a little bit of money off the table, but it really hurt when the bear market hit and crypto crashed. I thought I had learned my lesson for the last bull run, but I got caught up in it again. I learned, I'd say I learned about 20% of the lesson. So I did manage to take more money off the table. But it's still painful. But you know, it's never a bad idea to take profits is my non financial advice financial advice. Well, I would say that, you know, having the inside baseball and I think you did way better this time than last time. You know, and so I think you'd probably be a little hard on yourself on that. Where it's like, I was taking that advice, and then all of a sudden, I aped into another couple coins. I was like, oh, man, this is gonna be great. Oh yeah, I shouldn't. I should have kept that in USD. I was planning on doing. But Travis had the ape into this. Yeah, actually it was when I was like, oh wait, Snoop Dogg is dropping some music on gala. Oh shit, gal is gonna take off now. Nope, it went down. And that's just the nature of the game. You know, you don't really know. 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Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts
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Independent probe points to Israeli fire in journalist death
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McDavid, Smith lead Oilers to 2-0 win over Kings in Game 7
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Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship
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Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death
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Trial to start for driver who ran down Times Square tourists
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France's Macron to be inaugurated for second five-year term
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Eichel's 3-point game sparks Vegas to 7-4 win over Blues
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Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death
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Prince Harry, Meghan make surprise visit to queen at Windsor
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Zuckerberg money won't be in next round of aid for elections
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US: Man impersonated agent, claimed ties to Pakistani intel
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Biden, Obama mark 12 years under Obama's health care law
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Obama touts health care law, calls it 'high point' of tenure
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"five years" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Shine the light on all cockroaches because ultimately this is a pain calculus and they have to feel that it it. It would just be too much of a pain. I'm at the point now that when politicians door knock in my neighborhood my door just never gets knocked on. I was at the doctor recently. nurse doctor. Nobody asked me about kobe vaccine. Nobody did. It's just like my name is on a list like just don't even this is not worth you want to be on the list and even worth don't don't don't try to to that person because they're gonna make our lives suck and it's fifteen minutes in my life. I can't get back or worse. Don't be that level of insufferable and not in a meduse bag way. It's in a. I'm not gonna i will not be your Speed bump. I'm not gonna get curb stomped by you kind of way. Don't come at me unless you want a response. A woman sent me a note. The other day her physician came to her and started really pushing the cova vaccine on her. I'm not here to tell you not to take the vaccine. In fact i even recommended to my mom to take with all due respect to all of you. I love my mom more than all of you. And i recommended that she take it. I'm just interested in the truth. That's it that's all. I'm interested in what is true. But she had some reservations so she started asking some very specific questions and her doctor got so frustrated with her. She just dismissively wave. Their hand walked out of the room and said this is just all political. That doctors and occult doctors not a physician. She's a carrier pigeon with a degree. You can't even. She's wanted ask answer questions. You can't even answer her questions to dare have questions to dare think for myself. That's the level of insufferable. I'm talking about not to just automatically treat people poorly but to let them know. There will be a cost if you step to me. I'm not a lemming. i'm not a mark. I'm prepared. I'll have questions. I may dip agreeing with you. I'll maybe like okay. I'll take the jap but that's really up to your ability to answer my questions not about your ability to push it on me and intimidate me. I'm not easy any thoughts on that. I can do. Did you say where she's from who we're talking about. Which one what are we talking about in writing the lead. Oh he's from johns hopkins. That's right well you have to be prepared to move. That's not a new piece of advice. On the steve day. Show but even though that's the last resort you have to park your mind there because if you can't do that then wh what's the rest of it all for it. Yeah i'm going to say no. I'm going to sign whatever exemption i need to have. I'm gonna make you keep telling me no. And i'm going to publicly highlight that again. That's not theoretical from seaview. Obviously he's steve. You know he means that but in a case in point in practice. That's exactly why. I've been successful in the carlisle school district. Doing exactly what he's talking about. Everything you try on me will be measured by the sunlight test. I have seen them scurry like cockroaches when they realize it's it and this is what my point Earlier in the show the talk the talk vs the walk. The walk i. I don't i don't talk talk that i won't walk but most people you'll find aren't that way even the bullies even the bullies sometimes especially the bullies. So you you you just have to be willing to get in this arena and get muddy and nasty that way. It's going in a lot of you. That's what you're terrified of. You just want a process you want to be a nice person you want if you want that more there. No shot won't matter. How much information from us. You learn anything else done here. You're just done. Yeah it's jesse. Kelly says better. Get comfortable being uncovered. Yes and then making other people uncomfortable and again. Not 'cause you're treating them poorly because you're just not going to be a footstool. You're not going to be roadkill. You're gonna push back individual emailed you you pass it along to me this week. steve said the wife is a nurse. I believe in a health system that is going to be requiring vaccinations and desire. We'll have a vaccine passport ban. you know any advice. They just moved in. He and his wife are young. They just moved into their first home. So they're kind of at a loss. And i responded to him and there's a little bit more to it but i'm not it's it would just be counterproductive to reveal it publicly but The end of the day if nothing else. We're pretty much my wife and i at our at our in our situation and where she works likely going to be outnumbered But there is a potential for a leverage play a pretty effective leverage play at least in the short term. But i don't really want to get into that but we just decided we're probably going to be outnumbered at the end of the day. It will make things a lot tighter for us But we're just going to make them fire her. Let her go if it comes down to it over this vaccine issue if they do start mandating it at her hospital. That's a really tough pill to swallow especially with a new baby on the way. But that's just the decision. We want to have more kids okay. It kind of. I would rather be tight now and have the ability to have more kids in the future or rather than making a lot of money in having no kits. 'cause what's what's the point of that then not really much other than selfishness. That's a really hard calculation. Everybody can make their own calculation. But based purely on you know on the health reasons that we've documented and just the uncertainties in the long term uncertainties as well. That's just the way that we're going to go. It's going to be really hard really tight for some people for a lot of people. Is that the price you're willing to pay after you've done all you can to fight back to leverage moving isn't cheap either but that's going to be that it's for some people that's going to be the price that you have to pay. Let's continue on here This one is from ryan. He says I'm a kobe survivor with natural immunity since march of two thousand twenty. Still waiting for my month. I'm riding because i've recently had an introspective realization about myself and i'd like your thoughts. I'm going to assume that you remember when rachel maddow had that embarrassing on-air moment in which she explained. Just how deranged. The branch davidian cult has made her. Actually i guess. I really need to narrow that down. In short she was excited about lord vouching creating new relaxed.
"five years" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"That's mike did anybody on fox news address that i'd like to know it's the worst worst eight months of of of natural immunity ignorance that it's because of the people in that room in mississippi. It wasn't massachusetts steve. You don't get to science them. They get to science. You understand that in mississippi if it goes all the way down there it's everywhere and you don't get to choose whether you fight that fight anymore. It's going to destroy you if you don't buy dr marty macari from johns hopkins in that clip with neo caboodle. Was it not. i'm not sure. I think it is and it was. It looked pretty clearly. He was flung and frustrating. Neil neal's attempts to try to resurrect an lord farquaad image there. So if i'm right about that props to marty for that. I don't know anything about magnet or microchips. I'm not not disgusting. I never even heard that stuff. I just talked to some very highly decorated epidemiologist doctors and scientists and cardiologists here on the show and i just looked at their data and they ignore natural immunity and they can't make the case for me that the risk of injecting that spy protein in my body with natural immunity would give me any better resistance to vid than what i already was given. They can't read. That's my if you can answer me those questions but they get to science you and also if it's not about magnets now and chips now it will be because remember when that gay marriage thing wasn't about all the stuff that is shutdown throats. Now it will be. You'll be micro-chipped aaron. What do you think i- slippery slope logic there. Todd which the reason usually the reason we're usually given four slippery slope logic is a logical fallacy. Well if you use a slippery slope arguments eventually. You're going to end up anyway. So a couple of things here the whole magnets that marco rubio the stuff you're here and it's just not true. This is a classic wouldn't it. Wouldn't it be pull bureau tactic or ruling-party tactic if you have any concerns about x. y. and z. Obviously means you believe xyz and again if you have any concerns about the vaccine. You obviously these. It's full of magnets and microchips and things. It's just a tactic. It's it's classic. Disinformation if you will my favorite ryan on the crazy train. This week was Steve doocy did you can't kick clip in there way. He said if you've had cova before if you had cova last year that immunity will not protect you from this strain so everybody needs to get vaccinated. What does the vaccine do then. It wasn't it designed. Wasn't it designed for the for the very first strain or is it is it. Does it do something else. Because it's not actually a vaccine. That's my favorite ride on the crazy thing. Probably the the stupidest thing. I've heard this week as well. He's the scientists. Right was the meteorologist or something. I believe sure okay now. Let's get to the exit question. The scale of one to ten with one being the likelihood cnn's primetime ratings will ever recover and ten being the amount of security tucker. Carlson should probably have at this point rate this week's level of total depravity errands ten shannon on our. Let's discuss the next five years. All right. do it here. i part. Part two part one with issue to conservatism. Five years from now where are we. Five years ago. Conservatism was having an identity crisis of sorts. gop convention was just over with and donald trump at just been formally nominated for the republican ticket beating out a huge field of candidates. Like ted cruz rand. Paul and others an attempt to free the delegates in order to vote for whom they wanted failed and frustrating fashion on the floor of the convention ted cruz..
"five years" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"It never occurred to me after three. Holly effective vaccines were developed in under a year that we'd have difficulty getting americans to take the shots. Y'all like it. We don't like it but it works and do it. And if enough. Mississippi can't make the right decision immunized. Then we'll have to do the draconian measures that keep the health system operation. All these shots needed to get in everybody's arm as rapidly as possible or we're going to be back in a situation in the fall that we don't yearn for that we went through last year. Anybody have lying here senator. It is you. He has been vilified to the point that you think he was lex. Luther and i don't know how productive that is and what might have been missed the source of all of this. I get that but to to make him the target of tax. I think that a lot of this has to go back to his departure from the former president. Donald trump at the time but whatever is behind it. I don't see it being constructed as this odd to me. But i go at. Its core is a good man mitt. Romney actually called out the morons on the right side of the aisle specifically conservative media. We don't control conservative media figures. I might have done better in twenty twelve if i did. It's an enormous error for anyone to suggest that we shouldn't be taking vaccines and politicization of vaccination is an outright outrage and frankly moron iq. The disinformation is online The vaccine is killing killing lots and lots of people or it changes your dna or their little microchips. None of that is true. Said that if you had covert last year you're not protected from this. It's like every year. The flu.
"five years" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Ramped up the octane in politics so that it's it's always like a fever dream isn't it. It's up down this thought. I mean that's what i mean by the volatility. Who knows you don't. I wouldn't make any predictions but other than i would say. Labor needs to get a lot better a lot. And what you think's gonna happen next for. Boris oh god. I didn't make any predictions. I think all journey should start making predictions. it's journalism is off. The thing is and what will predictions now. I don't know why whereas actually that really enough has happened for us to talk about that. And to try and analyze that or to even just make in my case makes cheaper jokes about that. I don't think i would be in the business of making any predictions marina. Hi thank you very much. Thank you initiative. Thank you for everything. We all miss you so much. We really will. That was guardian columnist marina hyde. So technically you can't be a legend if you're alive but there really is no better word to describe her. Thank you marina for breaking your no audio role and coming on today in focus. Now i want to tell you about who is going to be joining the team. As i'm leaving you will continue of course to half the wonderful rachel humphries. My voice twin absolutely adore. But you also get to. Very exciting new presenters coming on board in the uk. With right we'll be nauseating. Egbo a brilliant reporter coming over from the observer where she is at the moment. She writes about politics society music and culture but she's previously worked all over the guardian including as women's editor and she's interviewed a wide range of figures from sadique khan and john prescott to michaela coal. You may have heard her excellent interview with british author renae at large on today in focus. I think you're going to really enjoy listening to her. The other person joining us someone who listeners will know michael saffy. he's driven some of my absolute favorite today. Infocus episodes including a two parter. We did on one hundred days of covert and tracking down five brothers in syria. Brilliant investigative reporting. Michael is the guardians international correspondent based in lebanon. And he's going to be staying there in order to take elite on our international coverage which is important for this podcast rachel nauseating and michael an absolute dream team. I wish them the best of luck. And i cannot wait to listen to them daily. I'm going to be a today. Infocus tango now. Before i go. I hope you'll allow me a tiny self-indulgence as i want to. Properly thank all the producers. Were with over the last couple of years. This is our six hundred and seventy four th episode since we launched in november two thousand eighteen and it has been an absolute blast. We built this from scratch and have gone onto win lots of awards including being named best current affairs podcast in the uk last year. And all of that is down to the most talented producers. i have ever worked with. If i sound good. It is entirely down to this immense team. So thank you hannah. More courtney usa sammy. Can't elizabeth kassian josh kelley. Mightily row archie bland. Also thanks to those of you who come in to work with us. Rose alex net alison others. Thank you to the sensational axel cutie. What an absolute genius. I cannot believe. I will not be saying. Sound design was by axel kukuchi.
"five years" Discussed on FT Politics
"Won't be anything like while. She is in georgia jasmine. Thank you very much. It's been five years this week. Since the bbc's david dimbleby was on our tv screens and he announced the country the result of a referendum. Well at twenty minutes to five we can say the decision taken in nineteen seventy five by this country to join the common market has been reversed by this referendum To leave the eu the british people have spoken. And the answer is we're out. Yes can you believe it. It's been five years since the uk voted to leave the eu. And six months since it flea left the block single market and customs union that result which few expected back in two thousand sixteen continues to have a verb rations and ultimately still defines politics. Today we've over shrimps degrade have you back on the part as always. Let's cast your mind back to twenty sixty in that night. And i think we're both in the ftc unusual. Did you expect it and as it turned out how you thought it would. I didn't expect the brexit vote. I mean even up to the end. I thought remained would probably august. I thought remain. Would probably nick. And i don't want to say could predicted the way things played out over the following five years but i think my overwhelming sense on that day. Remember also that. The prime minister fellas wealth extrordinary day was rather light. That scene at the end of the film. The candidate robert redford finally got him elected. He turns his campaign manager. He's what what. Now what do we do now. And you have to sense that. The country taken a momentous nation changing decision but the nobody actually knew what it meant. In those early days central brexit was up for grabs as to how it could be defined and what it would mean and how would be shaped. And i think from the moment. David cameron walked out. It was in the hands of the brexit is so although it would be absurd. Say that. I predicted how the next five years will play out. I think looking back now. It probably has gone almost the way that it was inevitably going to go because momentum key building for a more clean brexit a more severe rupture and so as we saw in the way that other ideas. The theresa may plans took a cousin. That's not brexit. I think that momentum was going to happen and so we probably ended up where we will likely to end up from the moment. That david cameron ward. Well it's an absolute delight to have you onto pains politics for the first time. Do you agree with that. This was the inevitable way. It was going to go because of course as we've seen over the past five years post quotes are being pulled out from what niger philosophy talked about staying after or various politicians saying we should have stayed in a single market and customs union yet. Here we are with a very hardline interpretation what brexit as the uk fully out of the blocks with very few ties. And we've still yet to see the consequences of that in terms of the economic can trading impacts if i can sort of start my inaugural performance by disagreeing with robert. I don't think he was inevitable. I think there are a number of turning points over the last five years where things could have gone differently. I'm not gonna boy listeners. By going through all of them. But just take that first month after the referendum. And i think two things happen then. That were decisive in terms of how things turned out. Firstly the tory leadership election was won by a remain. And i think things could have gone very differently. Had boris johnson or michael one that leadership contest. Because i think you know you take. The principle of only nixon could go to china a brexit or would have found it easier. I think to compromise and say it was close. We should go for something that keeps us. Trading relatively freely with the european union and the second thing was absolutely fundamental. I think was heading morton dropping out of the tory leadership campaign because what that meant was. We had a prime minister. Who never had to explain. Let alone defend her vision of what relations with the e. You should look like after. Brexit is whoever had been who'd one had had to go through that full process had to lay out a plan for relations with the european union and then got the backing of mp's and the party membership for that vision again. I think that prime minister might have found it easier to tack to a slightly softer outcome. The eventually had. I m stunned the all the making but i think the point is if looks at the. Parliamentary arithmetic wholeness the prime. Whoever the price is going to be didn't have the numbers to force their will upon their party. And we've what we now know. Boris johnson i think he would have been if he had won leadership. I think he would have been dragged below in a roughly similar directions. I mean it is one of the great what there were levers who were talking at the very start. Uncompromised compromised close. But i think what we saw over the years with probably what was going happen because in the end there wasn't compromised bradshaw was a a black and white situation. And you're either in or out in the minds of the levers. And i think the one of the what ifs though anonymous when you go back to what happened in twenty seventy nothing. That was the moment at which breaks really saas disrupt the political system. Because you had that election everybody expected theresa may to win into get a mandate for her vision of leaving the eu. She didn't and was that brief moment. Whether negotiations between the tories and labour to do across party brexit deal. And i feel that if theresa may had been slightly different character and jomie kuban to that a majority in my view in pond for softer form of brexit. Maybe it was staying in the customs union or some form of after. Ea you name it but the politics were never quite that but if that happened we would be in a very different place. Now have to say that. I'm less convinced about firstly. Brexit started to interfere with our extracts. Way you had the leadership challenge to jeremy corbett sort of you know less than a year in his labor leader the the outcome of the referendum led directly to that challenge. So you have the labor party tearing itself apart immediately as a result of the referendum. But i just think the numbers don't quite stack up said to be honest for for what you're saying because i think had theresa may come out of that failed election and immediately said to her party right. I know i'm going to do a deal with the labor party. I think he'd seen a rebellion in the conservative party. At that point the one thing. I would say she's just reflecting on this. The one you think you didn't have to be as it turned out. This past does go to announce point about the fact that the tories elected to remain a rolling lever is that theresa may accepted the used definitions of what happened. What were the negotiating parameters. They accepted the irish argument. On what hap. How norm on. What defending the good. Friday agreement men. No reason say they were right but unless the british accepted that from the outset. And i think it is just possible. I do have some sympathy with the human. That how'd you had sort of maverick negotiating tactics to boris johnson. Used at the very end you might have been able to change the parameters and it might have been a more encompassing deal when we got there. They'll only accept the eu still held all the cards have negotiating for britain. And i think the one thing we have clearly learned over the past five years is the british state was not in the the mode of operating when you looked those negotiations and and how approach brexit the weren't many strategic wins for the king terms of what i wanted and if we think back to people like david davis saying we would have all the cars that was quite clearly exposed but it still feels to me at this point..
"five years" Discussed on FT Politics
"And will be in the significantly better position than we would have been if we opened up in gene. Twenty fast now george. Let's look what was announced on travel this week. So obviously we've got this traffic light system with countries in the green. The ambaum nevada list red list means hotel quarantine and god readers. Want you to go. I'm means you're advised not to go but you can and you have to home quarantine for ten days with a test to release after five days and gleaner the only place. You really can't go to an unlike the last time they view this the government did put a hold of other countries onto the green list whilst that basically the government does want to reopen travel. And they won't do it cautiously but the has been concerns that up until now at least Some other countries will risky to visit than staying home. Basically accords to europeans across that situation is now to inverse than us more hates the delta variants here certainly set countries where the green list before portugal was then removes three weeks ago on this time this week. They've added sixteen new a countries all territories to the green list. Which as you say means you can return home from these countries without quarantining carry out tests when you return home but confusingly for some people i think at least the travel industry most of those new countries out into the green has to be put on sunday called the green watchlist which means that the government could revoke their green status at very short notice. Throwing people's holiday plans into kale. So i think most people will look at this and think. We'll hang on a sec. You know if the drop of the hat house with portugal the government can reverse this a very short notice. Am i taking too much risk. I think that's one of the one of the main criticisms of the travel industry that still cooperative confusion and uncertainty around this with jesse one thing they are trying to bring a little bit more certainty for those who are double vaccinated and the government announced this week. That at some point late in the summer of an oddly. They couldn't actually decide a date to do this. Which makes you think there's been a bit of a white whole body over this. Those who are double job will be able to use their certification through the nhl app to not have to quarantine at home. You still have to do test on the second day but really fat does go ahead. We will be late july some pointing august. Then things could get a lot easier. We've known that vaccine certification has been coming full form. Talk for some time but this is finally confirmation of it which really could be a game changer. Say and it definitely makes sense in principle. And i think there's a growing understanding existing coronavirus Safer example wherein moss having to self isolate those also have to shift once people all double vaccinated and i think as more people vaccinated think people will be less inclined to accept limitations on where they can travel. How many people they can see. But i still think there's a huge faith in government that a new imported varenne from abroad will be able to evade. Vaccines will push the case. Progress in tackling the virus backwards and so naturally. The has actually been quite vague on this on ener on when this whole issue actually be implemented. Which isn't massive. Be helpful for travel success because obviously they want to get people books in holidays for june july and august at the moment old about feels quite naturally frustration within the trouble. Sachse of how policy international truck been communicated on how the urban suggestions that are saying. Stay at home. The summit Traffic like this which means that people com- trouble Bet on campus. And i think the rise of the delta barron based exemplifies what happens when variant comes in from abroad and how destablizing it can be and of course it's not just.
"five years" Discussed on FT Politics
"Some holidays for some britons with back on this week as the government announced it would ease travel to several destinations and make life better for those who are double jogged. I'd say to anybody of course traveling for any reason at the moment during this pandemic do make sure you can book your flights. Do make sure you've got travel insurance in in place And we have to approach this cautiously. Welcome to paint politics your central inside a guide to what's happening in british politics from the financial times with me sebastian. Pain in this episode will be discussing the latest changes to traveling the time of covert as you heard from transport secretary grandchild's at the top. What is the thinking behind the government's strategy and travel really going to be that easy this summer. I'll be discussing the coronavirus lated without political editor. George parker i'm Correspondent jasmine cowan. Shaughnessy and later. We'll be looking at the five year anniversary of the brexit referendum. Has it panned out as we expected. And how's it leash a british politics the economy. I'm the party's chief. Commentator shrimps devote debate along with men on director of the uk in the chain you think. Tank jochen jasmine welcome back. So we've had all travel news this week and of course it's not just about holidays about families. Reuniting but i think after the last six months people have had. It's all been about web Can we go. And george what i wanted to know for you is has. This changed any of your holiday plans. Well to be honest. I was feeling quite smug about three weeks ago. Because i'd folks in advance so in the zoos which is a portuguese archipelago up in the middle of the atlantic and will preparing to go and then three weeks ago force. Johnson took portugal off the so. I've already won. Holy cancelled so i think. Probably i'll be paying careful over the next few weeks for looking forward to a few days down in devon and what about you jasmine. I was one of those very full schnitt. People who managed to get to poultry. If i think not one week where it was all the green list and nothing vase. Muggy to twitter thread with sage advice on how to travel only for paul to be taken off the green list about a few days lace which shows. You should never really trust anything i say. What are your plans for the summer. Very unexciting they. I have zero plans to lead the country. I think it's sort of mentally decided that i wasn't going to go abroad in twenty twenty two really just sort of let me are on the side of kool. Shen and i was worried about bookings getting counseled severi unexciting. I'll be staying devon my some holidays nothing going with definite and that sounds like vice.
"five years" Discussed on QA Selling Online
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