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Mark Walters: The Left Is Going After Gun Manufacturers
"These gun makers are being thrown under the bus at this is a backdoor way to bring about a gun band. Let's get your take on that. Yeah, what's your referring to is the law that protects gun manufacturers from the criminal misuse of their products. And that law is the protection of lawful commerce in arms. We call that the PLC AA and what the left is always trying to do as they did in Connecticut with after newtown was they went after the manufacturer in this case, it was Remington, who was out of business. They were bankrupt. Remington didn't settle anything. Their insurance companies a total of four decided to walk away and not fight. And that left open what the left sees is, oh, we can do this in other states. They're attempting to do the same thing in Texas. Et cetera, but what they can't do is legislate around the Second Amendment. So what they're trying to do now is use the courts or activist courts to get around it each state has different laws. But the PLC AA, what that essentially does is you can not hold a firearms manufacturer responsible for the actions of a criminal. And we always resort back to the automobile. We do not hold Ford responsible because a drunk driver drove a Ford F one 50 into a minivan and killed a family. No one would even think of holding Ford responsible. We hold the driver responsible. And that's what has to happen in these gun cases. But this is more evidence of their hatred for our right to bear arms, our hatred for gun rights, that they would even attempt to do so. There is no equivalence whatsoever between the manufacturer of a firearm whose product was used unlawfully and the criminal themselves. We have to hold criminals responsible. And the court got it right up here in the brewing case to tie this together that we do not blame law abiding citizens who carry guns publicly for the actions of criminals, period. We're on solid footing here, although it's going to cost a lot of money to defend against these frivolous suits. But we will win. Freedom will always prevail in the long run. Carl, I believe that in my heart.
"ford " Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"Parts counter gurus, make sure you're subscribed while you're there. Give it a watch. See what you think. Yeah. Great stuff. The first one was 48,000 Mustangs, and this is kind of humorous. Could potentially render the vehicle immobile. It could immobilize the car and the reason is there's a malfunction that involves overheating of the battery high voltage contactors. Contact the contacts, yeah. Yeah. It's the connection. And it's a connection. You have to, heat is an issue with any battery operated vehicle both in charging and in just the utilization driving. Because he is an issue heat is an issue. Yeah, absolutely. He doesn't issue regarding electrical components anyway. When you're dealing with that, remember the original when they went to electronic ignition and Ford had the firewall mounted what we call brain boxes, computers. Yeah. And they had the canon plugs that you plugged in..
Watergate Lawyer Jill Wine-Banks on How Nixon Impacts Trump
"I thought it was interesting. You tweeted if Nixon had been indicted, it would have sent a message to future wrongdoers in office and created a precedent. It also would have been the right thing to do based on the overwhelming evidence of the facts. One of the things I thought was so interesting, I'd forgotten Jill in watching gaslit is that one of the major reasons cited why Jerry Ford didn't win election is because he pardoned Nixon. Oh, yeah. Exactly. And it certainly was a reason I campaigned against him. In part, it's the wrong thing to do when you have clear culpability. You need to hold people accountable. And our failure to do that in a meaningful way, even though there was a legitimate impeachment going on and he would have been impeached but for partly because your father's running mate went to The White House and said, if you don't resign, you will be convicted in the Senate. Yeah. So it was obvious that there was an alternative remedy then, but the message obviously hasn't gotten through to Donald Trump in the same way that he's committed charitable wrongdoing before. He was fined $2 million after raising 3 million, which means he came out a net profit of 1 million. Right. And that's not enough. So now he's raised 250 million in a ripoff based on the big lie. And, you know, if the penalty isn't in excess of 250 million, then it isn't a penalty at
Bassitt goes 8 innings, Mets blank slumping Brewers 4-0
"The med school three first inning runs in Chris Bassett through 8 scoreless frames as the mets knocked off Milwaukee Ford and nothing Bassett allowed three hits struck out 7 he picked up his 5th win his first since May 8th Pete Alonso continued his hot hitting he had two hits and drove into to increase his RBI total to 59 Jeff McNeil added an RBI Milwaukee started Adrian Hauser now three and 70 lasted just four and two thirds brewers grounded into three double plays and was shut out for the 8th time this season Mike mancuso New
Fort Bragg to be renamed Fort Liberty among Army bases losing Confederate names
"In independent panel is recommending new names for 9 army pose that commemorate confederate officers It's part of a broader military effort to confront racial injustice it includes changing the name of North Carolina's fort Bragg to fort liberty Throughout our history liberty remains the greatest value retired Brigadier general Thai sigilla the commission's co chair says it's also recommending naming bases for the first time after women and black soldiers Virginia's fort AP hill would be named in honor of Mary Edwards walker The army's first female surgeon and Ford Polk in Louisiana after sergeant William Henry Johnson Teddy Roosevelt called him one of the 5 bravest soldiers of the great war The panel's final naming report is due to Congress in August Sagar Meghani Washington
Caller: Every Democrat Committed Insider Trading on EVs
"Hey Phil witches, are they this dumb or is this intentional? And they're just gaslighting this. Well, I think mainly if you read into some of it, every one of them Democrats when Biden got into office, ran and bought stock in Tesla and Ford and Chevrolet into the electric cars. Every one of them did. It's called insider trading. Let's start there. Then on top of that, they're really so stupid to think that the average American will go spend anywhere from 70 to $90,000 for an electric car and have their house rewired to put in one of these plugs, which you still got to pay for the electric. Which I'm told is going to run us anywhere from 70 to a $100 a week to charge one of these damn cars.
David Gergen, Author, on His New Book, "Hearts Touched With Fire"
"In Hart's touch with fire. You also work for Ford. Now Jerry Ford, Jim Cavanaugh is the chairman of my board at the Nixon library. The chairman of the Ford board. And we've talked a lot about Nixon and Ford and their differences. Jerry Ford could never get elected president from the go. I mean, he could have won reelection. He could have won in 76, had things differently. What'd you do for porg? What did I do before? Well, I stuck around. During the next years, I had become, I was first hired by Ray Price, coming up his assistant ray was running a speech on the show. His speech writing and research. And I was his go to Gopher guy. I was very junior at the time. And anyway, I got promoted up through the ranks and then ray at one point said I'd like to be sort of a senior counselor. And I was asked by bob Paul the man if I would run this speech writing and research shop. So which I did. And for about a year,
David Gergen Shares His Experiences in the Nixon Administration
"David, I want to start because there's some people in the audience. I get new affiliates every month, and we get 400 and right now. I want them to know that you work for RN, you work for Gerald Ford, you work for Ronald Reagan, you work for Clinton. But you have different sort of styles and roles for each of them. Let's start with president Nixon. What'd you do in the Nixon White House? Nixon White House, I came in, I've been in the navy. I went to law school and I went in the navy for three and a half years. My last year, you know, I was assigned to come back to come to Washington to work on draft reform. That was the time when Nixon had launched a random lottery to determine what draft number you got and whether you're going to go to Vietnam or not. And we tried to clean that up, they ran a bogus in some ways, I ran the moderator first year out. I'll tell you, you have time for a little story. We got lots of time. We can go a long time today. Okay, super. Well, so the next one out of The White House orders a random lottery to determine who goes to Vietnam. The Lewis Hershey was then head of the draft. He was sort of the J. Edgar Hoover of the drafts. And so Hershey did something they did back in the Second World War, which was a very popular war. They got a bowl, they got capsules, and they put January 1 in the first capsule, put it in a bowl, and then January 2, all the days of January, then February, all the way up through the days of December the last ones into the boat. Got a spoon started up a little bit. Put it in the closet. And then on the day on the random monitor, they brought it to bowl, reached in for number one, you ought to Vietnam. And it was like November 15th. And then all of the early all of the early numbers and all of the early draws were from late in the year. So the whole thing was tilted.
Ford recalls Explorer SUVs that can roll away while in park
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Mark Had a Very Interesting Relationship With Senator Orrin Hatch
"They also want to mention senator orrin hatch we had quite an interesting relationship When I was a very young man in first came to Washington D.C. one of the senators I admired the most Was orrin hatch even before I came to Washington D.C. he was elected at a very young age memory serves 42 or 44 years old for the first office he ever ran for United States Senate He was a lawyer That was it I think it was 44 And he took out a long-term moderate actually a Liberal Democrat who pretended to be a moderate Had won two or three terms out of Utah And he want to see as part of a wave of reaganism Now I don't mean they ran the same year But Reagan was rising he was rising in the Republican Party He was challenging Gerald Ford and
Ford recalls over 650K trucks; windshield wipers can fail
"Ford Ford Ford Ford is is is is recalling recalling recalling recalling more more more more than than than than six six six six hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty thousand thousand thousand thousand pickup pickup pickup pickup trucks trucks trucks trucks in in in in big big big big S. S. S. S. U. U. U. U. V.'s V.'s V.'s V.'s I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest recall recall recall recall the the the the problem problem problem problem is is is is with with with with the the the the windshield windshield windshield windshield wipers wipers wipers wipers specifically specifically specifically specifically the the the the teeth teeth teeth teeth on on on on them them them them aren't aren't aren't aren't the the the the right right right right height height height height that that that that can can can can cause cause cause cause the the the the wiper wiper wiper wiper arms arms arms arms to to to to become become become become stripped stripped stripped stripped and and and and Ford Ford Ford Ford says says says says it's it's it's it's had had had had more more more more than than than than seven seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty reports reports reports reports of of of of them them them them failing failing failing failing the the the the recall recall recall recall covers covers covers covers F. F. F. F. one one one one fifty fifty fifty fifty pickups pickups pickups pickups and and and and Ford Ford Ford Ford expedition expedition expedition expedition and and and and Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln navigator navigator navigator navigator SUVs SUVs SUVs SUVs from from from from the the the the two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand twenty twenty twenty twenty and and and and two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one model model model model years years years years also also also also included included included included are are are are the the the the F. F. F. F. two two two two fifty fifty fifty fifty three three three three fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four fifty fifty fifty fifty and and and and five five five five fifty fifty fifty fifty trucks trucks trucks trucks from from from from twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty to to to to twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two some some some some of of of of the the the the trucks trucks trucks trucks were were were were built built built built with with with with higher higher higher higher torque torque torque torque and and and and white white white white promoters promoters promoters promoters due due due due to to to to the the the the global global global global shortage shortage shortage shortage of of of of computer computer computer computer chips chips chips chips Ford's Ford's Ford's Ford's F. F. F. F. series series series series pickups pickups pickups pickups at at at at the the the the top top top top selling selling selling selling vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. owners owners owners owners should should should should start start start start receiving receiving receiving receiving notices notices notices notices in in in in may may may may I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
The House Has the Power of the Purse
"That Ford would talk about this in this term. And Ford talking about this in this term that he would believe in an incited so that the house has the power of the purse. While I was in the United States House representatives is always amazing to me how so many of my colleagues would want to talk about they didn't like this. They didn't like that. Whether it be funding for war or in the Middle East or whether it was for social programs or for expanding social programs that members of Congress seemed to forget that it was it was us who actually funded these programs. It actually started in the house. If you want to shut down and I'll just use the example here. If you wanted to shut down the involvement of the United States in a foreign conflict, then you know how you do it, you shut the money off. Now, members of college might not want to do that because then the consequences of that decision follow entirely upon the House and the Senate if they were to pass this to go to the president and then the president be forced to sign it or not sign it. This is the understanding of these roles. Now, again, you may be saying, well, if the president vetoes it and what's the issue? Well, if you've not watched lately, the House and the Senate, especially if they're together on a funding issues, can draw the government basically to a close. I mean, if something is so important that you feel like that it should not be happening is a member of the House of Representatives in particular where all funding measures start, you start with the power of the purse. I don't care where you are, what if you're in a family or in a government during a business, it all comes down to what you can afford, what you can't afford and who's allocates the money.
Gerald Ford Knew US Policy Was Not 'One Size Fits All'
Getting to Know Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States
"Let's dig in. This was a speech that was given by Gerald Ford president of the United States in 1977. It was January. It was his State of the Union, and I think he went ahead and took it to the State of the Union because Gerald Ford has an interesting perspective of being the only person ever to serve as president. And vice president, both, and never be elected to those offices. He was a member of the House of Representatives when Spiro Agnew resigned from the vice president. He was appointed by Richard Nixon to become vice president after Richard Nixon resigned. He taking again through the Twenty-fifth Amendment became president of the United States. So he serves as the only person to have ever served as president of this country without actually being elected. We've had some who have ascended to those roles, but if they actually served, if they serve later, they were actually president, but this was one in which he was actually appointed to the vice president's role, not elected to that vice president's role. So in moving up, it makes it makes an interesting anomaly in history. But it also sort of fits one Gerald Ford. If you look into his background, you look into where he came from. He's a midwesterner, raised in mission, Grand Rapids, went to school at the University of Michigan, played football there was a star football player. In fact, one two national titles there undefeated football teams at the University of Michigan after that went to Yale law school and then served in the United States Navy during World War II came out and began his service in the United States House where he served over 25 years before he was picked to be vice president and president.
The Reason Florida Passed the Parental Rights Law
"And that is about what's been happening with our kids It actually is the reason why Florida passed the parental rights and education law It wasn't for nothing no or was it as some have alleged that oh it's just that bad man desantis and those evil right wingers and Florida that really want to stick it to the LGBTQIA+ community But you get into another dynamic which is what really had been happening in the classroom My reference that you have teens that are the most likely to identify as gay And you start wondering why that might be the case So here's the deal One of the issues that goes into this entire argument this story from a point of education Can we all agree that the appropriate age that any type of sexual discussions or education is going to take place Outside of the house would be no sooner than puberty So the first thing is the average age of puberty ten and a half for girls 11 and a half were boys Okay And so that's why in particular Ford is parental rights and educational legislation said hey don't be a sick freak And try to teach sexual orientation or sex out of any sort to kids through third grade And then the language stating it should be age appropriate beyond that Because you're talking about within the law and age of which I think reasonable people would say yeah we don't need to be doing that But the conditioning the conditioning had already been taking place
Elon Musk Thumbs His Nose at the SEC Again With Twitter Stake
"Here's how Alex Sherman and Laura Kalani at MS excuse me could be but NBC what is a CNBC Report on Elon Musk doing something really for freedom I hope he does I hope he's able to have a very positive impact there And makes a difference because he's one of the few people who's quite capable of it I believe And of course Biden doesn't invite him to the meetings when it comes to electric vehicles He brings in GM and Ford and the others because Elon Musk is non union Of course we can't have that You know my view is union non union We'll take them all but that's not Biden's view of course because he's for democracy and against autocracy So CNBC covers it this way Elon Musk thumbs his nose at the SEC again with Twitter stake And you know it's so pathetic Would that be the same SEC now that is demanding that people comply with climate change regulations I hope they're litigated up the wazoo on that They have no statutory authority to do that whatsoever The SEC disgusting It is disgusting how they march us in this country violate our law abuse these bureaucracies abuse our children it is disgusting the whole damn thing
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same
Ford recalls 737K vehicles to fix oil leaks, trailer brakes GM recalls nearly 682,000 SUVs; windshield wipers can fail
"Ford Ford is is issuing issuing two two recalls recalls involving involving safety safety issues issues and and General General Motors Motors has has a a windshield windshield wiper wiper recall recall Ford Ford is is announcing announcing a a recall recall over over oil oil leaks leaks involving involving Ford Ford escapes escapes model model years years twenty twenty twenty twenty three three twenty twenty twenty twenty two two and and Bronco Bronco sport sport S. S. U. U. V.'s V.'s with with one one point point five five liter liter engines engines a a housing housing can can crack crack and and if if the the oil oil leaks leaks on on to to engine engine parts parts that that could could create create a a fire fire hazard hazard the the second second forty forty issue issue involves involves a a software software error error that that can can interfere interfere with with stopping stopping a a trailer trailer the the breaking breaking issue issue involves involves newer newer model model F. F. one one fifty fifty two two fifty fifty three three fifty fifty four four fifty fifty and and five five fifty fifty pickups pickups along along with with twenty twenty twenty twenty two two maverick maverick pickups pickups Ford Ford expeditions expeditions and and Lincoln Lincoln navigators navigators the the General General Motors Motors recall recall is is for for rusting rusting ball ball joints joints in in a a windshield windshield wiper wiper module module that that can can cause cause the the wipers wipers to to fail fail in in Chevy Chevy equinox equinox and and GMC GMC terrain terrain vehicles vehicles model model years years twenty twenty fourteen fourteen and and fifteen fifteen I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
"ford " Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Mad man. Now, a few years earlier, as Ford got this village going, he also started daydreaming. Daydreaming about building an even bigger, better living museum, closer to one of his factories in Michigan. A museum that would cover even more of American history, with exhibits like the Wright brothers shop, and Thomas Edison's lab. Ford names this project Greenfield village. And as he sinks more and more money into sudbury and more and more things go wrong, it seems like Ford begins to turn his attention a little more fully towards Greenfield. A place where maybe he'll have a little more control. Meanwhile, Ford's workers are still trying to fix up the dam. They tried all sorts of things to solve it. If you go and look at the dam now, there was some huge box of concrete at the base of the dam on the downhill side. Looks like he was trying to plug up baked. None of it worked. In 1946, after working on the dam for 16 years. Ford abandons it. An essentially, he abandoned sudbury two. His family puts the inn into a self sustaining trust, and in 1947, Henry Ford dies. You can still find pieces of Ford's colonial village, around February today. If you know where to look, you can still stay at the wayside in, and if you have, say, a corn muffin in their restaurant, it is still made from cornmeal ground by the grist mill. That Henry Ford built. Pepperidge farm actually used this mill until the 1960s. So if you look at their logo, that little mill, that's Henry Ford's mill. That's the one he built. Then, of course, there is still the dam. If you walk into the Woods near sudbury, there's a little carved wooden sign near the site. But it doesn't say Henry Ford's dam. Not exactly. It's called Ford's folly, you know, when a folly is some expensive thing that doesn't work, that has no function. So I would expect that's what the new englanders called it when it's available. Today, where the reservoir was supposed to be, there's nothing but trees and shrubs. And the dam generally looks overgrown and abandoned. For some years some of the boys, I would assume that we can separate regional high school, push them old cars, off the side of the dam on the downhill side. I guess they thought that was fun. And the cars are still there. You know, they're all like two or three of them. So maybe there is still a little.
"ford " Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"It's July of 1923, a car pulls up outside of an old tavern in sudbury, Massachusetts, outside of Boston. This place is called the wayside inn. It's a local landmark. It was a hotspot during the American Revolution, and then later the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote a book about it. In 1923, though, the inn is kind of falling apart. To raise money for renovations, some locals write letters to prominent businessmen around the country, asking them to buy shares. Well, one of those businessmen actually shows up. And that businessman is Henry Ford. The Henry Ford. Founder of the Ford Motor Company, and one of the wealthiest men in the United States. So the owners give Henry Ford the tour. And then he says something that shocks them. And Henry Ford listened to their pitch, and then he said, I'll take it all. This is aileen Kaplan. She's a historical tour guide and she's written for Atlas obscura. So Ford goes ahead and buys the hole in. And all of the 60 acres that it sits on. But that's not all. He doesn't just want the in. Soon, he has bigger plans. And then he sent his agents out around sudbury to buy up houses and land before word got out that Henry Ford had invested in sudbury. And then he sent another monitor his agent to buy homes and mills in schools, barns, garages, furniture, carriages, all sorts of things that he could use because he wanted to create a historical village. A historical village. Specifically, a historical colonial village. Okay. We're going to pause for a second to talk a little bit about the paradox of Henry Ford. Henry Ford is kind of a confusing figure. In many ways, he was ahead of his time. So he introduced the production line and he paid his workers enough so that they could afford to buy the cars that they made, which was, and is today a revolutionary concept. At the same time, the man who brings Americans off of the farms and into the factories out of the country and into the city is also always looking backwards. He believed in the pioneer spirit. He believed in living off the land, he thought that working hard and good citizenship and patriotic spirit would solve all the problems of the United States prior to World War II. Now, the French have a term for this. It's called nostalgia de la bou. And that means nostalgia for the mud. And it's the idea that if we all just went back to a simpler time when we lived off the land, everything would be fine. Less complicated, simpler, more moral, biographer Vincent curcio, put it nicely. He says about Ford, the man who had done more than any other individual to drag people into the modern age did everything he could to pretend that age didn't exist. And it's more than just nostalgia. There's something pretty ugly under there too. Ford is xenophobic. He's anti semitic. Lots of new immigrants are coming to the U.S. at this time. And many settle in cities to work in factories. Some people see this as a cultural threat, including Henry Ford. Historian Jesse swiger writes that Ford saw his own love for colonial music, for example. As a way of pushing back and I'm putting this in air quotes against these foreign influences on American culture. So maybe it's Ford's prejudices. Maybe it's his own ambivalence or even his guilt about the changes to society that he has brought about. But when Ford looks at the problems facing America in 1923, he looks to the past. It's a great irony that he didn't see the problems of the United States being solved by the future being solved by modernization. Which is what you would have expected. So Ford sets out to go back in time. He wants to create a living history museum where people actually live like they did in colonial times. So he starts assembling the village, piece by piece. In 1925, he builds a grist mill that the wayside uses to grind cornmeal and wheat flour. In 1926, he refurbishes a little red schoolhouse for the children of the inns employees. And Ford is another thought. This village is going to need a fresh water supply. And there's a small brook on top of a nearby mountain that seems like it could do the trick. You know that it was clean, pure water. And to get a reservoir that was going to supply water to the village and the inn he needed to build a dam. Building a dam seems like a reasonable enough idea. The brook is just a little wisp of a thing, really. And this is Henry Ford. We're talking about. What is one little brook to one of the most powerful men in the United States? Cost was no object. They hired the best stonemasons to come and do this. In 1927, work on the dam begins. They used manpower, oxen power. They didn't use any electrical equipment whatsoever. No gasoline powered equipment. They put police to swift these rocks up. Meanwhile, other projects in the village move ahead. In 1928, and Ford opens the school for teenage boys where they're taught trades like carpentry and blacksmithing and farming. And to supply his little village with fruits and vegetables, Ford opens a general store. And there are strict rules about what it can sell. Nothing modern, nothing God forbid can't. And in 1928, Ford finishes building a bypass road. The diverts traffic around the wayside, which think about it for a second. Henry Ford wants to make sure that his colonial village isn't ruined by too much noise and disruption from automobile traffic. Then it's 1930, and after three years of painstaking work, the dam is finally finished. It's ready to be filled, and it's this massive, glorious thing to behold. 900 feet long, 30 feet high. Now comes the moment of truth. Now you've got the dip. You've got the stream coming down, and the dam started to hold the water. And it backed up and created a reservoir. And then all the water drained away. And the reason is it's built on what the geologists call incompetent fractured bedrock, which means it has a lot of fissures. It's very porous and it's incompetent in the sense that it can't hold anything. So all the water drained away and it ran downhill, where it started from. This is bad. Obviously bad. But they think, okay, this has to be fixable, right? So they go back to the drawing board. But around this time, it seems like the luster of the project is starting to wear off a bit for Henry Ford. Things keep not quite going to plan. Remember the general store, the one where villagers buy all their wholesome fruits and vegetables. Well, during one visit in 1938, Ford notices something peeking out from one of the store's back shelves. It's Cannes of Campbell's soup. Ford tells everyone to get out, takes the keys to the store and chucks it into the pond outside..
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"Today's episode. We're talking about being quick isn't always efficient. So if he has an end of this podcast i'm your host sacree ford and dozen the insurer already argument by already was said nine a little bit about this podcast. What about in this episode. It's going to be really good one. And i hope it applies to some areas of your life gives you a little perspective in a mindset shift in a positive way so if you haven't checked out some recent episodes make sure to do that. I would highly appreciate that. You guys are absolutely amazing just for for many things you guys have such a reminder before he started the podcast. Dismiss listening here. You guys are amazing. Guys have god-given purpose. And that's why i'm here to make this. Podcast is to show you guys that no matter what fears you have when you push through them you on the other side of your fears. You feel so much better and just by making progress. You feel uplifted now to keep this. Podcast focused on being quick. Isn't always efficient. You know the main point is sometimes going fast and busy is not efficient. Because when you when you go really fast you may skip steps for example. Let's say your cooking a recipe right. That's just the first thing that comes to mind. Let's say you're you're cooking a recipe mac and cheese homemade mac and cheese recipe. I should say that. Or you're like baking something right. Let's say you're making mac and cheese and you skip a few steps right. You're not gonna get really good cheese in the end right so. Of course he got adult the ingredients you know you gotta gotta bake the noodles yacht to not make the nose. Got a boil noodles. You know if you could get on still do that. You got a you know. Draining got asked him butter. Gotta add some cheese to add some extra cheese. I you got to really add a variety of cheeses in there to to make it homemade to make it really tasty and just add some milk. Maybe just given enough time. Don't don't cook it for too long. Don't under cook it. Don't let it so in water for too long and and get all you know soggy in stock 'cause that wouldn't tastes good either so just.
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"Podcast is for gen z. Creatives have dreams they want to pursue and fears back in hesitate to start myself included in. My goal is to share my experiences insights in encouragement. And give you a head start to begin working to your dreams and passions and ideal life. I post the podcast once a week every monday and i hope you enjoy today's episode. I was guys welcome to episode. Sixteen of the create. Don't hesitate podcast. i'm your host sacri. Ford in today's episode is about hesitation is a key or hesitation is the enemy of our life. And before we being in this podcast. Here's a little bit about what it was. What is about so this. Podcast is about when you have dreams you want to accomplish. But there's fears that hold you back from achieving those dreams this could this podcast is for gen creatives and people mostly but this is for anyone who finds his podcast. And it's just about when you have things that you want to accomplish. But there's things that say you back in going into the unknown. Scares you a little bit in this. Podcast gives you insights encouragement to step into your fears. Stuff aloe brochures.
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
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"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"Hey was guys welcome back to the episode of of create. Don't hesitate podcast. I'm your host sacchi. Ford in this episode is going to be deep in this episode is going to be about good chip for change so we hesitate to make change because we feel guilty about our past our past mistakes and just even even are present even if it's today even if it's our current reality we feel guilty about things going through may feel guilty about her struggles addictions hurt paying purity insecurities things that were going through. And i wanna go more general with this podcast instead speaking specifically about things. I don't know where you guys are all at With what you guys are going through. So i really want to keep his focused in really show you guys that talk about being go check for change what this means and all that so being guilt for for me. I'm taking this episode. Slow i wanna take this episodes low. I really wanna make this focused so we hesitate to make change because we feel guilty right in. I know there's been times where i fall into temptations on mccoy specifically say what they are But you know house washing things. I should be watching. You know in that bill to guilt. You know that made me feel guilty and stuff..
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"Hey guys welcome about to the cater hesitate podcast. I'm your host second ford and in this episode. I have a special one for. He is and i really think it's important and really encourage you guys into help you gain insight over over some things so today's episode is about by overthinking. Sucks how to push forward beyond setbacks so we tend hesitate. Has we over. Think we get in our heads and we get into this this mindset where we contemplate choices right in where we when we went when we're in over our heads and we're over overthinking inward. We don't have clarity over what we wanna do in the action steps that we need to teach you've goals and step into the things that we.
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"A what's a guys. Welcome back to the podcast episode. I'm your host zachary ford and this episode is about stepping how to how to step into the unknown socially in overcome your fear meeting new people. If you guys are new to this podcast. I just wanted to. You know that you guys are amazing in this. Podcast is about creating your god giving creating in using giving gifts and stepping into the unknown without hesitation and treating reality in the person that god katie be an hero. Share my gifts not my gifts but by experiences in my back story with the is in hope that it inspires you in encourages you up of today provides you value. That's worth thing so let's jump in today's podcast episode. So the idea of this. Podcast came from when i was in freshman year of high school and i was wanting to build up. My leadership skills built my social skills built my communication skills. And i'm sure some you guys feel the same way to you. Want build your communication skills. Just me i get you. I need to improve my communication skills like a ton especially with my close people in my life on in just in general in especially some close told me that if i want to be this influence if i want to do this i really got to improve my communication and that's at sites so true and i is just so important to to focus on. Nfl like one of the ways to improve. Your communication is to normally speak to other people and put yourself out there in in talk with people in public in in your schools and things like that are in your work. Not just do that. But the focus on listening to other people as well intentionally listening to what they have to say in there. What what they're cares about their thoughts and their passions are that kind of thing and just allowing them to speak allowing them to be present in the moment in in speak their thoughts and you allowing them to speak as well without interruption and just having a genuine conversation feel like that's really important is the aspect of listening and that is really important in leadership positions. I is for me. Leadership positions would anomaly. Fifteen right now k. Fifteen turned fifteen. June twenty third so. I'm super excited and get into drive soon. Gay give permits soon. That's worth thing Anyways i over the time. I was in school and i wanted to dilemma leadership skills in one of the ways i did that was stepping into a esp leadership..
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"So guys guys did enjoy this podcast actually realize it didn't Before we end this podcast. I've realized he didn't share the show of this podcast. So if you are soliciting and enjoying so far this park is is about kaeding. And using using your god given gifts to you to encourage others into to motivate yourself into to uplift yourself in helping you have more energy but also using what you're creating and what you're doing to help and inspire others as well because that's the most important thing is using our gifts in using our talents our knowledge in our gifts from god and all that stuff to encourage inspired not only uplift ourselves provide value in encouragement to others as well. So that's pretty much of this. Podcast is about providing you guys different things different different topics you can listen to different things and inside you could listen to coming from a teenager coming from g gen z teenager of of today and really excited to bring all of all of this amazing content and feel free to hit me up analysis that pretty much ended the podcast. Now pretty much the whole takeaway was get up get moving gossip exercise and that and that will build the bill. Energy will motivation and we'll build just positive outlook in in really really focused from the negative to the positive. And just hub. You have an awesome day so get up. Get moving just exciting and amazing. Rest of your day guys. Also before we leave next to. You guys shows podcasts on your social media wherever you like if you did interest podcasts hit me up on any of my platforms wherever you feel free to reach me and i guys does podcast for example on your twitter or on instagram and and make sure you guys tag me at zachary ford six twenty three is what i am almost platforms so i am super excited for you guys. Listen to this podcast. Go along with his journey on me with me and so i love you so much. God bless you guys and continue going out and creating who you're to be in and using your guy giving gifts you encourage others like i said i love you guys so much. See you in all seen in the next video episode. This is not a video episode. Actually however wherever you're listening today's whatever platform i. I'm super excited so anyways. See in the next podcast episode on on and by the way The this podcast is on youtube as well so feel free. Look me up there if you'd rather washington video forum and that's pretty much guys so.
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"And sometimes i don't accept them. I feel like in that situation. I'm trying to be humble basically in five not accepting that in not giving ourselves that credit is you know can be hard and things like that because doesn't lead us to make us feeling good and things like that so the above pretty much. The what. I was talking to us being too hard on earth out selves. And things like that i. It may also be. The impact in mesa may also be the result of behavior. You know of us over overvaluing others opinions of us right over your own including us. You know having personal insecurities that we wanna keep private in some things that you're insecure about or some personal things you keep yourself because you don't wanna share those to everyone and put your whole heart out there in your whole self out 'cause then people can take advantage of that in different things like that. You really don't want to fall into that trap but that's a little bit of another sub topic that we're not going to get into but yeah and and this is also where we we also seek validation from from other people to about two to validate insecurities about validate like who we are so that we can continue like feeling sort of good or secure in that bad place. in a way i'm not saying you're insecurities are bad or you shouldn't have them. It's completely okay. You should accept your your unique in union securities and realized that those insecurities are not all of you. It's just a part of you part of your character and you could always change some of those things to paying what those they are. What some of those insecurities are in just accepting yourself. It also improving yourself over. Time and discontinued baiting yourself. I think is something that's really going to bring you. Self confidence self esteem. Things like that and we as saying earlier. You seek the validation of others to fill us things like that but this doesn't never usually works out well for the long term like we may feel good in the moment for a little bit of our time. But it's not gonna last in the way that we think it does so one of the next things. I'm going to talk to you. Guys about is your. Don't worry about what other people think about you. Just focus on being the type of person he wanna be with your friends and with your community. The people you connect with and others are Do realize that have the self awareness that others are anxious about whether people think you right. But they're worried about themselves things like that. Everyone has something going on right and just having the self awareness and realizing that. Hey you're not alone. You're not just this one off thing that nobody connects with right your unique and yeah so the next next and last thing we're talking about is you may look around you and think that everybody has a life figured out But they honestly don't right. You know. I'm still trying to figure saddam only fourteen right. You could be what fifty seven still getting stuff. Ford actually forty-seven shaded birthday. The other day. I was really good but he was so honestly the next thing is just mike. Remember you guys are on the same remember. You guys are on the same same time. Timetable assigned same. Time line is other people and you're not expected to live the life in the same order as as either you know just all right guys. It's kinda hard. Hey kyw's can you like kind of keep it quiet a little bit trying to record something. I'm doing something. Okay all right guys so recording a podcast as well as having people talk is kind of annoying little disturbing. But it's all good guys ruin persist through this and i apologize if i'm talking too fast guys don't understand what i'm saying or you just don't connect with it well so i definitely apologized for any things like that or disruptions or you guys. Don't understand it so definitely. Let me know your feedback. I would really appreciate that but anyways guys again you may look around you realize that everybody may seem like they have their life figured out. You know they really don't right so don't measure self by others But measures delphi. Who you are in your experiences Who who you are in. In god's image because god major unique in major u n you should accept that in continuing to improve yourself in your relationship with jesus. I'll guys enjoy this podcast and enjoy what you guys are. What Watching him and you know you're not expected to live the life in the same order as other people so be you unique. Live for god's timing for your life and so if you guys want further. This is the entities podcasts. Will guys enjoyed. We're going to keep this release short fred around twelve minutes right now. So if you guys enjoyed puppies is one investment. Thank you for listening through and i hope all is well for you. Guys have amazing blessing encouraging day. I'll see you guys all in the next podcast right now. One more thing is on record as you guys may be listening to this podcast. I'm currently in in person score. Now if you whenever you guys listening to so. I don't know azam recording us. I don't know how that looks so whatever podcast recording at that time like What's going to look like. But anyways guys on fat last part made sense. But i don't know where i'm going to be in the future so just living living with who. I am now conciliate improving my day. The next couple of steps. Like like i said my fourth. I think it was my fourth. Podcast making progress to the mess right. Just focusing on the next step. I spent my last podcast. I think is a really valuable lesson. Just when you feel like you're behind or you're not making progress. You wanna make or not accomplishing dreams. Just first of all give yourself a break in this. Focus on making that next thing. So how amazing. What should we redo guys. Thank you for listening to this podcast. Pre don't hesitate make. She shared the friend and leave a review as well as Sharing with the friend. I think is what i meant to say. And i'll let you guys so much amazing rest of your day and let me know if you guys like shorter. Podcast longer podcast. I really wanna get a vibe for what you guys enjoy so thank you for watching and listening to you guys all very soon..
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"The website only has thirty minute max to re of recording time and i went to like three three minutes and twenty two seconds or something now so mad got a chance for follows and stuff but it's all good but anyways guys today's podcast is about. We may hesitate because we fear what other people think about us now. This is a big topic. So and i've had trouble with this stuff too so we're gonna make this really short really focused. So if he has a watching You to make sure. I subscribe comment below. I've listened to your i. I enjoy this podcast. And i appreciate you guys so much. If you guys are listening on any podcast streaming platform. I'll be going amazing. Makes you guys lieber review or message me on instagram. At zachary ford. Six to three. And i appreciate you guys leaving review in sharing your context of how you enjoy this. Podcast also shared this with a friend. If you think they would find this episode or this podcast valuable. And i appreciate you guys so much so right now. We're at like what one minute. Forty foot seven seconds so anyways marie off some notes on my computers if you guys are washington youtube looking down that's be too but anyways guys let's get straight into it right now. It's five twenty two pm on what is it is april ten point eight one at five twenty three. Pm we are going to eat pizza from papa. Murphy's in riot twenty minutes or something. So i don't twenty minutes. I don't know what y'all are doing it twenty minutes from now if he has listening or watching to this but i hope i was doing well whether it's eating dinner or you're in the middle of the day. I don't know what you guys are doing but anyways guys hope it is going amazing and let's get it into it so one of the things. I'm going to be sharing with the eisenhower podcast. I remember when i was doing a we were in my sixth period class. It was la classing. We're doing this. You're basically there's a. There's a service called palate dot com. Or whatever you guys probably don't know what it is but it's basically just where you all students fill out basically like answer questions fill out something basically like a place where you can answer questions and type things or something but anyways we send all that in what it was talking about was not team lessons for teens and stuff and we'll answer that in. I got some really interesting lessons from that. That took from other people as well and wanted to incorporate into this podcast. So get into a couple of those pretty much you know king weather people think about us. It's like a big topic but one of the main things i realized was right now. I'm only fourteen. But i realized that no one really no one else really cares. You know completely what you normally. what does the how. I don't know why i get this. Mix up when i'm saying it. No one really thinks about you as much as you think they do. Because they're worried about what they're worried about themselves worried about their work their passions their ideas their their worries and insecurities of different things like that and people people do. Think about you people do care about you for example your parents your friends Whether that's relationships you may have wherever that is people. Do think of you and people always judge you in some way shape or form. So i consider Anchorage is to to life. That that is that is great. Where you on you. You trust in god where you you have something great going for you guys you know. Passions ideas goals whatever that is just taking action on those moving forward and making the best out of that. and so. Yeah because people always going to be dodging you right. People may feel what other people think you. People are always going to be judging you in some way. There's gonna be people that like you know what you're doing like emission. They connect with you in other people. Agar enough judge it in inspired negativity around you but you gotta realize that those people aren't for you right. There's people that are forty people that aren't for you right. And that's okay so leading those people go on with your life and connecting with the people that support you and thanks people go. I think is really important. So i'm super glad my microsoft at all the stuff before this recording this super excited but we're brown five minutes now. We keep this really short but our house talk about some of the things so people in teams Could also be not not even just teens. But i think people in general but like teens for the sake of this podcast Over yourselves fry immer to ourselves in you know what is it so pretty much like i feel like were to ourselves. Sometimes we need to give ourselves more credit. You know not over. Dodgers was basically You know because overcharging Ourselves could lead to self low self confidence in low self esteem and things like that. You know you guys really don't want to fall into that path in a no guys talking fast right now but one forgot. Eat dinner soon number two. I have a lot of energy right now to speak this message for you guys so hope you guys are really receiving it well and understanding what you guys are receiving from this said receiving in the same sentence why i have no clue but anyways i have not looking at the camera watching on youtube. I have not only did the camera in a while but i'm reading off my notes so apologies guys but makes you subscribe on youtube to enjoy the finally like whatever you guys wanna do and get all right guys soviet. Just i feel like for me like i over judgments often times in my mom sometimes tells me like. Hey like you don't give yourself enough credit for the things you do and i'm like yeah analytic put my handouts my head. I'm like okay. yeah. 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"Little bit out of the loop right now and what i'm trying to say and i need to really get focused and consistent with what i'm saying so guys. Forgive me. I'm going to do my best to continually learn and build myself because that's important and things like our guys so now willing pretty much gone over is you're hesitating to talk about my brother situation with how you had stated with changing his youtube channel stuff and impacting that changing whatever his was for him as well as you're going to have challenges in admissions in your life your ambitions in your life that are challenging in your when you don't wanna give up and not do anymore but he also that's also signed you gotta keep going and sometimes you just gotta give yourself a break in the and and then other things we talked about was just movin over four being a little more now. I'm just saying that you guys you. Guys are enjoying the podcast. So far i leave some reviews or leave some if you guys are watching it on youtube or whatever platform you're watching watching or listening this on leave. Please leave a comment or any reviews. And i appreciate your feedback so we can continually get better at this podcast as well as impacting you guys with truthful messages on the impact guys and really focus in on your god giving gifts and making the best of those in criminal creating things and making your life that you wanna have that god is leading you to and not hesitating on that right god calls us to hesitate and just start making auction. Start living the life that he has called us to live start. It will leaving more. Like jesus start doing these little things and doing them necessarily to to please the world but You know please. God become a better person and Through a trusting god and falling your ambitions from his plan for your life you will slowly start to improve yourself and people will start to notice and whether that's just you a friend families or huge audience whatever that is whether you're fourteen year old thirteen year old kid Ladies and gentlemen all seem to this and you want to really make something out of your life and continually improving. Just go to guy traffic god and have faith that whatever. You're going through right now whether that's a struggle or whether you're in a good place continue persisting trusting. God having faith doing these things will we do to Continually getting better. Say necessarily doing these things. We'll also an upgrade your life and you'll have everything amazing because in reality In most cases There's like you know slipped a few but in most cases that Would not happen. You're not gonna change your life overnight right. It's consistent actions it's consistent habits. It's having self awareness learning by yourself experimenting doing these little things so somebody would have been speaking is just things i've learned from videos i've watched And successful people such as gave bainer truck and a couple of Christian leaders Other than giving On obviously however i. I'm so grateful. He is our have watched. this far. so far have listened to so far I'm pretty much going to end the podcast here. Because i am kind of running out of ideas a little bit. So if you guys didn't joy makes she. I smash subscribe button on youtube and we a genuine comment and some feedback. And also if you're listening on any podcast platforms leave a review or if you guys are curious check out my instagram zachary ford six to three z. A. c. k. a. r. y. F o r d. Six to three. That is my main instagram. You can just dmz check out so my content there and then Learn more from that so guys listening. Thank you guys for listening to us from watching. I'll see you guys in the next podcast episode. I'm also this podcast to close again was about hesitation to make changes in challenging ambitions to continually grow in god's plan for your life what he's giving you so make sure you continually being you. Trust god faith do you Much love encouragement. And he's headed your way guys and i'll see is very soon also Last minute thing I was watching a video about brand colors like totally off topic but brand colors and how like Color have emotions and how Emotion how different brands have different colors and those different colors different emotions. And i'm trying to do blue which is like trust. Things like that Orange i believe is tense for like cheerfulness and the other one Blue green and blue orange and then green green was like for the wash Representing peace and things like that so peace trust in crete in cheerfulness. So that's pretty much what this is about. So i have to start working on that more and seeing where the phrase Takes me so anyways. Thank you for listening. I'll see you guys. All in the next podcast. The next podcast I already have the idea about it. So the next podcast will actually be about. Let me pull it up here. The next podcast will be abou- creating without hesitating may look like just making progress to the mess the mess so yeah creating without hesitating like just making progress through the mess right just taking action on that next step and making the best out of your current situation in this moment so little sneak peek Info for the next podcast. Say ten guys Every monday i will be was dropping podcast and maybe we'll do every other week or not every other week but weekly more episodes weekly. Whatever it is. We'll figure it out and get i'll talk to you guys soon. See i soon as you make. Sure you share this podcast with friend. I've you believe they will enjoy and this will bring value to them and their lives. So i'll talk to you guys all very soon. I'm pretty sure. I said that like five times already so i love you guys and i love you guys see guys..
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"And to have that all right. So let's go onto a couple of things and let me gather my notes real quick because having but also free styling. This is something. I kind of learning this and learning through podcasting so i hope you guys are enjoying so-fi and if you guys do have any requests again or any ideas suggestions or things may want me to fix on. Just contact me either check. My instagram zachary ford three z. A. c. a. r. y. o. r. d. six to three guys take on my instagram or Links description on youtube. Whatever you guys prefer but Enough of that right so the reason you guys listen to this. Podcast is because you guys wanted to guide Hesitation to make some changes in challenging ambitions. So basically there's ambitions you have were activities you enjoy performing or you wanted to Get better school that on whether that's youtube. Social media related activities or that's another profession or hobby. You may want to get better. At whatever that is continued products thing first of all continue practicing that and getting better that skill In those skills in those little things you need to continually repeat and things you need to get better at are they can be challenging right. You have this big ambitions that may be small ambitions short-term goals but they may be even macro huge goals and ambitions. Well i'm both are important but either way You may have your top challenges in your pursuit of your ambitions and your goals and your god given gifts and god's plan for your life in this constantly exploring and expanding is important and that's kinda. Why created this podcast as well creep. Don't hesitate and Whether this gets a lot of lessons listeners attention or reaches a couple of people reaches you listening to this right now. whether that's you listening just you or a bunch of people. Where am i going with this. You're going to have challenges. You're not going to know what to do right. You're gonna face roadblocks and you're gonna hesitate to do things because you don't enjoy the process or there's just something holding you back and Things like that. So there's a lotta like to go over in this conversation on little things that i'm hearing myself even say right now. That are important to import in sub topics to speak about as well all right. You take a breath right. I think i'm doing pretty well guys. Yeah let's go. let's go and feeling fired up sick out a little bit guys. The guys join so far. Makes you get up and move around. Shake out a little bit. yourself moving. I'm trying not to use filler words and things to distract myself from the main important topics of this podcast. So let's get right into it. Okay all right so hesitate make challenges changes in challenging ambitions. all right. that's a wrap on the podcast guys. I'm totally messing with these guys However now making changes can be hard right. Making changes can be You know debbie call in you will hesitate on making changes on any rather repeat them and just go down the cycle that year Already pursuing And i think that is what did i say. Path that you're pursuing Going down that okay. Wow all right. Guys i need some pointers. I need to sing a song. I hope is does not do wrong by the bam our guys so what. We ten minutes and sixteen seconds right now or actually you know what i was gonna say. The thing that i was going to say was When you hesitate to make changes or continue persisting in your ambitions either way whatever it is if you if you're not feeling it or you're not feeling the process you guys also have to give yourself a break you know. My mom tells me like when whenever you're not a productive or you're not where you wanna be or you're not having the Productive actions you wanna have given moment or situation or a day just giving herself a break moving around and not over. Judging yourself is important because you're not always going to feel like doing stuff in not okay. Right were humans. We're not supposed to always feel amazing because Our bodies our minds our souls are protecting us From any danger or things like that so We're gonna you know buys. You're trying to protect us. So avoiding in dot fear avoiding that That tension avoiding that you know that change staying in your negative habits is a way to keep yourself safe however in the long term. That's not gonna necessarily with. That's not necessarily gonna lead you to the i'll places where you wanna be. No that's not necessarily a bad thing you know. Everyone has their own journey. You know we're going to have pitfalls and things like that even for me like i've fellow. I've just felt like actually know what i'm young. I'm you know as i'm recording is like i'm only fourteen turning fifteen on like june twenty third in your comment on youtube. If you what your birthday as guys Can i am curious. Who's who's born in june. Who's not i'm yeah. Let me know if you're if you're out there but they going. Yeah so interesting. Yeah but you guys. I am a.
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"Gather my notes real quick because hiding notes on but also reach tiling. This is something. I kind of learning through this and learning through podcasting so i hope you guys are enjoying so far and if you guys do have any request again or any ideas suggestions or things may want me to fix on. Just contact me either. Check my instagram. Zachary ford sixty three z. K. a. r. y. f. o. r. d. six to three guys check on my instagram or Lincoln description on youtube. Whatever you guys prefer but enough of that right so the reason guys listen to this. Podcast is because you guys wanted to. You guys had hasn't so hesitation to make some changes in challenging ambitions so basically there's ambitions you have where activities you enjoy performing or you wanted to Get better skill that on whether that's youtube social media related activities or that's another profession or hobby. You may want to get better. At whatever that is continued products thing i wa- continue practicing that and getting better at that skill In those skills in those little things you need to continually repeat and things you need to get better at are they can be challenging right. You have his big ambitions that may even be small emissions short-term goals but they may be even macro huge goals and ambitions as well Either way Both are important but either way You may have. You're going to have challenges in your pursuit of your ambitions and your goals and your god giving gifts and god's plan for your life and is constantly exploring expanding is important and that's kinda why creative this podcast as well creek. Don't hesitate and Whether this gets a lot of lessons listeners and our attention or reaches a couple of people reaches you listening to this right now. Whether that's you listening just you or a bunch of people. Where am i going with this. You're gonna have challenges. You're not going to do right. You're gonna face roadblocks and you're gonna hesitate to do things because you don't enjoy the process or there's just something holding you back and Things like that. So there's a lot of like many topics to go over in this Conversation on little things that i'm hearing myself even say right now That are.
"ford " Discussed on Create Don't Hesitate - Zackary Ford
"I've felt like i've gone in so many directions like so many things to -ccomplish but realizing that there's always going to be something to do and that's okay because you can't control everything. You can't always do everything all day every day. Every minute of your line and b workaholic. Sometimes you just gotta take breaks. You gotta take care of mental health. Got to communicate talk with friends. I'm grow up be teenage because this podcast is speaking to teenagers are about creating not hesitating and even even for adults to ever whoever's listening to this right now Whether you're listening to this five years from now From from what. I'm making this orton. You're listening to right on february. Twenty third twenty twenty one or in a couple of a couple of days around this period. Whenever you listened to days. And i'm really trying to focus on teens on middle-age Teams guys girls guys young adults. But that's kind of where my main audiences right now. So feel free to feel free to follow this podcast if you're if you're If you kinda onto it so far and you're enjoying what you're hearing guys more stuff so you're listening especially this podcast left for twenty minutes. So far anchor. Let's meena allow thirty minutes recording on the web browser so we got about two minutes but we'll make left to make these the logo longer more engaging and I'll have more things more organized moving forward. I'm more notes. Just not nice word for word. Obviously because that's not what is one hundred percent but definitely my point sound really driving having my at my main message in there and kind of tiling on is what. I'm gonna do moving forward so i appreciate you guys being on here and listening to this makes she shares with your friends and semi some Voice messages identity the incorrupt and podcast and sending me anchor messages. Are guys aussie guys. All very soon and At the very end by recap with pretty much. Everything talked about podcast. What episode is by the realization supplements that you will always have things to do and consistency is key realizing that there is always going to be things to do. And and that's okay and just changing your attitude in perspective to your work. Discontinuing moving forward in accomplishing your mind too. Because that's ultimately what's going to keep became alone ford and and lead you instead of feeling like oh. I thought to catch up living living living in this moment. Making the best of your situation making the best of year on meant accomplish our. We have like thirty seconds. Starting now they guess fessing this podcast Credo hesitate by myself said before out. Amazing encouraging debut today and i'll see you in the next episode of create. Don't hesitate on spotify or wherever you're listening to this right now. All right let guys. God bless. i'll see you guys and here. He is very very soon. Chinaman's jim linked below in this description right.
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"Created it. Less trump right into the podcast. Hello everyone my name is zach ford on this absurd is gonna be representing a test to see how this all works and working things out. Because i'm excited to get this journey going. I've been working through this whole podcasting thing route lately and trying to go from using pod being to sprout to anchor in multiple recording in stream air multiple distributing platforms are basically similar. Mediums like anchor so Finally settled down to focus on anki. 'cause i was just getting so was't process in different subscriptions some odds of paper and different things like that but right now We dive into more of those little details later in the story. However i will just starts introduction now and actually buried kind of started but we've strayed into but i'm my name is angie. Ford is been. I guess the reason you. I'd be wondering like why did i great One it was just to expand. I kind of experiment with things. I'm and see kind of where this goes. Because i am curious about it. The tension was here in aside from all that lay worldly cloud in all that other stuff. I'm at is definitely a part of it. Just because i was part of the world they'd thing is part of attention. It's part of growing and as impair. Because you could. I was just listening to Another podcast era webinars. Something from brian rose and i was shocked about like He was doing a podcast. Accelerate your thing or something like that so if you're curious who is Go check him out. I've listened to some some of his stuff but so anyways two minutes and thirty seconds. I don't know why. I'm counting that as a k. i. Guys this podcast is like why this lake during a live ryan than on this phone just crazy. See this way obvious. Things planned out. Totally free silent miss seeing what's going to happen but I finally got this figured out. i actually was a church the other day In was talking with a friend earl not really a friend but slowly started to build that relationship but us gentlemen. I'm not gonna mention his name but We met and we are doing is a bible. We were in the groups after We call it next gen on. But i basically youth groups of the church on sundays so side from all that we're in the groups There's questions we're going round answering the questions I gave my response talking about podcasting things like that. You know what. I got myself into another guy. In the group responded. Hey i do some of his two little bit my pass Knock and help you out and laying shot. Let's let's connect men and works things out so we did that and decided to get that going So yeah actually february twenty-second twenty twenty one at eight eighty seven pm right now so excited but yeah just over thinking over thinking to myself because unlike what if my listening or whatever but like why does it. Even if if i'm doing this in i'm trying to hide something. Then why do it because you guys are listening. May i could press his. Start recording bind bites. I will continue this journey. Sao low the is. I will miss for now but thank you guys for listening. I will be posting. Weekly podcast Seeing how that goes i. I'm not on a consistent every single week right off the bat cousin so learning and experimenting however I will start working on that and seeing where this goes out amazing encouraging restri- per day. Everyone thank you for listening. I appreciate you time if you go checkout my my website with The all my social media's on it it's my linked tree tree some guys may have heard of that but it's Www dot link tree dot com slash. Zachary ford six not three by that africa guys. So link tree l. i. n. k. t. r. dot be act slash z. a. c. a. a. r. y. f. o. r. d. sixty-three all went space on all won all one word. Basically linked linked tr dot e. backslash zachary for it sixty three z c. k. a. y. f. o. r. d. sixty-three definitely check it out and there's all my socials on their instagram and all that good stuff but asking also find me on youtube at sexy ford z. K. air y. f. o. r. d. Gotta have that k. In their phonetically or else you won't find but Instagram is zachary for sixty three z. A. c. k. Air y f or sixty three. So it's kinda the same but Appreciate guys go. Check this out In view like we see then You could disperse yourself in some of the smallest but by guys talk with you guys later this week next week and gap..