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House censures Rep. Gosar for violent video in rare rebuke

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

House censures Rep. Gosar for violent video in rare rebuke

"The house voted to censure Arizona Republican congressman Paul Gosar for posting an animated video that depicted him killing New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio Cortez with a sword Democrats say it was a clear threat to a consequence as is life Gosar was unrepentant voluntarily took the cartoon down not because it was itself a threat but because some thought it was minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he doesn't condone violence but the censure is an abuse of power Democrats won't listen because they will do anything to distract from the failures of one party rule in one year destroying the nation across you Cortez says example matters it's time to draw the line when we incite violence with depictions against our colleagues that trickles down into violence in this country this is the fourth century in the house in nearly forty years Gosar will be removed from two committees at Donahue Washington

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Leadership Lessons from a US Army General  Maj Gen John Gronski (retd) - burst 11

A New Direction

06:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Leadership Lessons from a US Army General Maj Gen John Gronski (retd) - burst 11

"A gunnery. Sergeant michael burkhart was the who was the explosive ordinance disposal team leader went down to that site with two young marines and they were going to conduct a post blast analysis to determine a tactics techniques procedures insurgents. Were using so we could try to prevent these attacks from happening again in the future and when gunny burkhardt got down there with two young rains was chaotic. The soldiers were cisterna. Seen the ad that a chaos there were two reporters from the omaha world herald newspaper there there were embedded reporter so anyway going burkhard gets down. There sees the destroyed up. Armored humvee sees a crater near that up armored humvee bow four feet in diameter a couple of feet deep makes an assumption that that's for that roadside bomb that destroyed that humvee was placed jumps down into crater. Take a closer look as soon as he did that. He realized he made a mistake because he could see in the dirt in front of him to artillery shells. Red detonation cord running in the nose was a roadside bomb. That an insurgent have placed their so. He took his k bar knife. Cut the red debt. Detonation cord to neutralize that roadside bomb. He didn't see a third artillery shell into dirt behind him in that crater. An insurgent was off in the distance. Hit a button. On a that nation device that artillery shell exploded not going burkhardt about fifteen feet into the air lands on the dirt road unconscious pants soaked with blood. Our soldiers call a medevac helicopter. Ride away go up tomb start. Cut his pants off. Start tending to his boons after few minutes burkhart regains consciousness. The soldiers couldn't believe that and and he's laying there and he asked the soldiers if he has both of his legs because they had no no sensation from the waist down. They sure to me had both of his legs. They continue to work on 'em couple minutes later. He gets a tingling sensation in his legs. He tells the soldiers he wants to stand up. Soldiers couldn't believe that this guy had just gotten blown up and so we struggles to his feet. He standing there to soldiers around him. The medevac helicopter comes in lands on the ground behind them. The soldiers point to the stretcher On the ground in front of the misogony. We've got you know. Gotta put you on a stretcher and carry you to that helicopter. He looks at the soldiers and he says i'm not going to have you carry me that helicopter on a stretcher. I'm going to walk there under my own power. Because i don't want the insurgents of the pleasure of seeing me being carried that helicopter and easy. He says that he raises his hand into the air and gives the insurgents which i will call a one finger salute reporter reported from the omaha world heritage takes a picture of him standing there Groin protector. you know. In in front of his private area there. No pants on finger thrown up into the air soldiers around him. You'd say the helicopter the background. That picture became an iconic picture of the iraq war but what is deleted Point of the story. And the reason i tell this story and the reason. I think it's important. The leadership point of this story is member told you. He had two young marines with them that day. He knew he was going to have to recover from his wounds. He knew what all the roadside bomb attacks were getting that those two young marines were going to have to be out there probably later on that day routes realizing roadside bombs. The reason he wanted to walk to that helicopter instead of being carried there had nothing at all to do with what he thought and surgeons for thinking. He wanted to walk to that helicopter so we would not shatter the confidence of those too young marines. Pseudo leadership point is even after getting blown up ten minutes earlier. His main concern was not with his own wounds. His bank concern was with those two young marines. Who he was leading an isn't that what leadership is all about. And we talked about that looking out for the welfare of those you lead rather than your own welfare and that's exactly what gandhi burkhardt exemplified that day. And that's why. I like to tell that story that i read read that story. I had to read it again. Because i was laughing because i could just see i. I have friends who are marines right by the way. There's no such thing as an ex marine okay. the just doesn't exist. I've been told that countless times by my friend there's just no such thing they they may be quote unquote have retired at the end of their name. But they're still all. And and and i just thinking about them go. That's exactly what jimmy would. That's exactly what he would have done. That's what bob would have done. He would have done the same thing. I i can. Just see it. I just great story but it was truly the surprise in that lesson was not. I thought it was going to be resiliency. It is but the point is that he cared so much about making sure that those other two young marines were their that their mental emotional state was not shaken. Yeah and you know jay that think about this as leaders we face adversity almost every day in whatever organization were leading the some degree and and sometimes things get tough honest and the point is as a leader. You can't be thinking. I'm an figuratively. I'll use this. You know you can't be thinking. I'm cold i i'm hungry. You know i. I'm shivering right. No you you've got to show those you're leading that you know what i've got the resiliency to overcome this. And because i do you have the resiliency to overcome. They might be called. I might be hungry. I might be weak. But i'm going to take care of you before i take care of myself. And that's the essence of leadership. We underestimate the modeling of behavior. Don't we when it comes to leadership absolutely. Yeah and you know what the other thing i learned in my forty years of leading soldiers also leading teams in the business sector. Is the people you lead are always watching you practice. You know you could. You could put down in writing. What your leadership philosophy is or you could verbally give some guidance about behaviors. You're looking for but those you lead are going to be watching to see you. Know how do you adhere your own guidance. Behaviors that you're looking for you. Exemplify those behaviors and your followers are always watching and your actions speak so much larger than larger louder than your words. Do

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 UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder

"A man has been charged with murder I'm preparing acts of terrorism in the stopping of British politician and lawmaker sedated they miss Holly Hobbie Ali H. twenty five I'm from north London has been charged with murder the charge was announced by police spokesman Matt cheek Ali is accused to stopping British politician Amos as he met his constituents at a chat tool the prosecutor in the case intends to submit that the matter had a terrorist connection because it but it's just an ideological motivations the death of a mess who had a forty year career in British politics some of my two than twenty fifteen has sought to Britain's politicians who pride themselves on being accessible to their constituents G. compound police authorities reassessing politicians security we've been working closely with parliaments and security team and with the home office to review existing arrangements for MP security I'm

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 UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will lead a special session of tributes in parliament to the conservative lawmakers stabbed to death as he met constituents an attack that's fueled concern about politicians safety and the level of vitriol directed at them a twenty five year old British man of the Somali heritage idea how to be a highly is being held under the terrorism act on suspicion of murder in David I missus killing police say the suspect appears to have acted alone and may have had motivation links to Islamist extremism the death of the popular legislator who had served in parliament for almost forty years shocked Britain especially its political class it came five years after Labour Party lawmaker Jo **** was shot and stabbed to death by a far right extremist Zaria

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Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:23 min | Last month

Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday

"Terry mcauliffe beat himself up last night in a one on to interview in the so-called virginia roundtable and he just punched himself out. If it was a fight they would have stopped it. They said terry wanna leave now. Because you're so bad. Glenn young already winning glenn. Young gonna win you. You're desperate and you're terrible. I wanna go in reverse order of his nightmare comments last night and for the rest of the country. Terry mcauliffe is indeed the same terry mcauliffe. You've heard about for forty years. He's the jack the lad. Virginia politics is just a sort of buffoonish character. Arrogant smug everything. You don't want an elected official in old and around forever in reverse order of bad answers. Let's start with his lease bat. Answer where he tries to avoid the fact he called for overturning. The election of two thousand and and threw dirt on two thousand and four cut number fifteen in two thousand four. You said this about the election. Where president bush beat al gore. Let's go back to florida president. Jose okay so i i want to talk about. This was president. George bush legitimately elected but we went to a very contentious. Two thousand if you remember and remind you. It went all the way to the united supreme court and it took them through the second week of december to actually make a decision and the supreme court for the first time the history of our country. Stop the counting of ballots in florida in overturned the local virginia or the florida supreme court. So he got sworn once you're sworn we gotta move on but do not forget. That was very important. That the supreme court of florida stopped. The counting. a balanced wasn't the case in twenty twenty. Well you came out with a new ad this week challenging mr young kuenz prioritizing election integrity. You said glen again casting doubt on election result and putting trump's conspiracy theories i. This behavior is dangerous. And it's disqualifying so my question to you is. What is the difference between what you've said and when you're accusing him of well i'll say it again. That case in two thousand went to the united states supreme court.

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Some People Are So Desperate to Get on Fox News

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | Last month

Some People Are So Desperate to Get on Fox News

"I remember be on a plane years ago. With a bunch of people like-minded people. We were doing rallies. From city city and one of the people on the plane was talking about how desperately she wanted to get on fox news and it dawned on me. She would run her own mother over to get five minutes with sean hannity people wanna get on the clamor to be tv and it amuses me not because i'm special or or i don't want to be on tv. I've done forty years. I've been in this business. I spent a lot of time in front of a camera. And now i'm in front of our cameras here. Mike online dot com. And i'm fine with that. That's good enough for me so you can knock me over to go. Get three minutes on the laura ingraham show knock yourself out. But people it is like an aphrodisiac. They just love it. They

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We Should Only Re-Elect Trump If He's Going to Clean Out the Deep State

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:43 sec | Last month

We Should Only Re-Elect Trump If He's Going to Clean Out the Deep State

"Only reason to bother putting trump back in office is if he's going to clean out the deep state which he didn't do for forty years he would the moment. He dodged the bullet of russia collusion. He got right back on the horse and that was a terrible mistake. I think i hope and pray. Trump learned his lesson. I'm encouraged that. Our friend. Steve bannon is organizing former republican appointees to try to prepare bench a liable maga people trump trump could appoint instead of just picking old bush family cronies picking people from the deep state who play the same golf courses and eat at the same cafes and have basically the same ideas as the

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Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 2 months ago

Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy

"Strikes me that the left in america has fallen in love with with with victimhood. And that they they don't like celebrating sometimes because it almost implies within we haven't suffered enough we want you to focus on are suffering as though something's gained by that you're saying that's not how people learn. It's not a good thing but you see that narrative surely in in american life in the latter part of the the twentieth century just kind of took over and people they wanna wallow they wanna be victims. They wanna remind you of how much they've suffered because it gives them some kind of perverse status. Well that may be true of some people. But you know what i saw. When i was teaching at harvard actually was something quite different. knowle's troubling but very different people didn't wanna fight and what surprised me most about harvard and all the twenty one years that i taught there i became involved in faculty meetings as i had never been before when i was at mcgill and And i saw that there was. They refused to let. Rotc the reserve officer training corps. That had always been at the basis of higher education. There was always training of the best and the brightest young people during precisely the age when you have to go into the arm right. That's the hr so with their. The there was for for forty years forty years right. The faculty of harvard kept rossi off the campus. They did everything. They kept changing the rationale for keeping it on campus so as not to allowed on campus. What is that about what they were actually saying to. These kids is forgive me but this is the way i understood it. America is not worth defending. Of course that's exactly what they're saying. It's worse than that. They were saying that. America is bad. And they're saying that. Any kind of militarism or i should say any kind of self-defence is militarism is a step away from the quagmire of vietnam and chest thumping Jingoism i mean. That's where the left has been for a long time. It breaks my heart but this is all through the culture. Obviously just places like harvard.

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Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

Environment: NPR

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

"When astronomer diane turn shack move to pittsburgh in nineteen eighty-one she noticed. Something big was missing from the night sky. When i grew up in new england you could just walk outside and look up and see the milky way. But when i arrived in pittsburgh the sky had started to decline in quality. Still she says at the time her students at carnegie mellon university were very familiar with the milky way they knew about stars and constellations. That is not the case anymore forty years later. I have to explain what the milky way is and describe what it looks like in a show pictures and they think those pictures are fake. Because of light pollution major constellations can be totally invisible in cities. The pittsburgh city council is now trying to do something about it with the help of scientists like turn check. It passed a dark sky. Ordinance last week to reduce light pollution. This city is going to replace streetlights with warm tone. Led lights and they're also going to install shields so that late doesn't travel up what we're trying to do is cut out the light at the blue end of the spectrum because blue light scatters more easily than red light in the atmosphere rate. That's why the sky is blue. So blue light scatters everywhere. It doesn't stay where your lighting and to measure progress. She has some help in the higher ups in august. The astronauts on the international space station took some pictures of pittsburgh for on a clear night. And that's the before shot. The astronauts are gonna continue to take pictures of pittsburgh so we will have during pictures and after pictures. Terzic believes that as the sky's get darker more people will look up. In wonder that means more people more children will be able to see it and the benefits of being connected to half of our universe. I can't overstate that. It's a spiritual thing to feeling of connection with the universe she's hopeful it will peak young people's interest in the stars above and encourage them to pursue subjects such as

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Top General Feared Trump Would Launch Nuclear War, Woodward Book Reports

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Top General Feared Trump Would Launch Nuclear War, Woodward Book Reports

"The least interventionist president in modern history vats who donald trump is and. They expect you to believe that he was just about to press the button and the birds new china year right so this is the trouble with the story. We have this absolute hack of a pathetic. Individual would has been trying to clamber back in relevance for forty years. Although he's a credit and he was really the junior partner in the The deep throat story that brought down. Nixon then we have mealy who has established a fact pattern of being a scumbag is being a political actor in uniform. We'll see which which off the aspects of this story holds water but we've got to analyze it right now because that's why we're here. That's why we do live radio and we're going to do it with Very good buddy jennifer. Who sent me the video. It's out there the whole town hall if you couldn't make it to l. a. Watch it two hours without bodies. Dennis prager mark levin. Charlie kirk and larry elder. Let's posted right now and it's putting it on twitter and facebook feeds told to us john. Let's let's leave the recall. Let's let them vote on photocopy pass. Whatever they take those suitcases about it from under the table this story. Is there any way to glad this for the biden regime. I ju-. I just stayed first of all. I want to say that. You and charlie kirk dennis prager mark levin at were all on fire on sunday at town hall. Twenty twenty one. So if you don't get a chance if you haven't seen it janice we're like whoa to my friend. You guys were i mean just nailing it and it was so much fun to share a stage with you that being said. No there's no way to wiggle out of this. But the democrats control everything in the media is controlled by the democrats and so maybe they will wiggle out of it. But have you wondered. We've heard so much during the trump administration about deep state leaks about all of these people these sources within the intelligence community. I don't think we have to look very far. They're sitting right in front of

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Wainwright Wins 5th Straight as Cards Deck Mets 7-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Wainwright Wins 5th Straight as Cards Deck Mets 7-0

"Adam Wainwright tossed six innings and won his fifth straight starters the cardinals with the Mets seven nothing from top to bottom is a very good line up with a lot of very very dangerous batters there is just a lot of hitters over there can do some major damage so you have to you have to make pitches constable you can't get in for one second either got it through the forty year old Wainwright has sixteen wins this season and is ninety two with a two point oh two ERA in his last twelve starts a span in which he's gone at least six innings each time Paul Goldschmidt homered and finished with two RBIs for the cardinals Harrison Bader added three hits and a ruby for Saint Louis losing pitcher rich hill was reached for three runs over five innings as the Mets fell six games behind the NL east leading Braves on the ferry

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Molina Homers, Wainwright Wins as Cards Beat Dodgers 5–4

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Molina Homers, Wainwright Wins as Cards Beat Dodgers 5–4

"Adam Wainwright wins his fourth consecutive start leading the cardinals past the Dodgers by before the forty year old now has a record of fifteen and seven after working eight and a third innings allowing four runs on seven hits to help the red burst into a four game losing skid today is a must win game yeah I just I did I just felt like we had to have it well we gotta get split from them in my opinion we just it was just it was just a must win game your your Molina belts a two run home run in Tyler Neal solo shop for the repairs next month he gets his thirty first Homer for the Dodgers who fall two games behind division leading San Francisco in the you know west the losing pitcher has met twice the same goes to Giovanni guy Aigles Mike Reeves St Louis

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Starbucks Employees Start a Unionization Drive

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Starbucks Employees Start a Unionization Drive

"Unionization. Oh interesting starbucks isn't unidas. Subjects is not union and there are three stores in. I want to say upstate. New york where they have launched a unionization drive. I think so much has been made the past. I don't know ten twelve fifteen years of the benefits that you get at starbucks in how they'll do your healthcare if you're only x. Hours a week and they'll pay for college janson but but There are some scheduling issues. I think with starbucks and those things look you gotta you gotta take your people have unionization is what it takes then okay. I didn't know. Yeah definitely i mean. I think we're all seeing that. The degradation of worker rights that led to the wage stagnation of the last forty years and frankly is probably contributing to people not wanting to go back to jobs that have been historically kinda crappy for a really long time Unions may have their issues. But this is the type of thing that they're really that they're really good for

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Iron Maiden Find Eastern Muse

All Songs Considered

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Iron Maiden Find Eastern Muse

"This is iron maiden the new album is called. Sent jitsu this is the song days of future past and here to talk about what is An absolutely epic album from iron maiden his npr music. Lar- scotch which. I have two full disclosure. I was listening to iron maiden maybe forty years ago and they've been together longer than that you know and if you told me we'd still be talking about new music from them this far along. I probably wouldn't have believed that like you said. Listen to that rift guitars on this. The songs their vision. Everything i think our i. It's just all fully intact seventeenth album in forty six years from one of the greatest heavy metal bands full time. That's not hyperbole. it's a fact. Album is ten tracks over eighty two minutes so it is long and at times help lead but this has been iron maidens mode lately these grand sweeping epochs that tell these larger than life stories are made may arenas but their music lightly has been more tailored to concert halls. Most of these songs are like eight ten minutes long. Each vase sprawl had many movements. I can. I can imagine like quite a stage. Production for whenever iron maiden contura gone. They do use a lotta runway to get these songs going but but it works. So i think it's still pulls you along. I never found myself feeling tired or like the sound was getting tired. And there's also an assist something has been doing a little bit more lately but there's also a little bit nostalgia. My favorite song written here by the basis. Steve harris is called the parchment. But it's a song that gnaws to the egyptian themes of iron mates nineteen eighty four album power slave. So that's like a nice. It's a nice little easter egg for iron maiden fans and also kind of ties into kind of like a broader idea about iron maiden that history mythology and religion have always played the matic roles in their

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Lou Dobbs Shares His Thoughts on Biden's Afghanistan Address

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Lou Dobbs Shares His Thoughts on Biden's Afghanistan Address

"I was wondering what you thought as you sat like the rest of us did when he finally showed up late as always yesterday What you thought about the president's address i'm afghantistan. Well i have to tell you. I don't think much of what this president has done In an almost eight months today was a capstone to what has been a dismal and deeply disturbing administration. It's almost inconceivable that anyone could screw up so many things so quickly and you have to think back to two dates the former defense secretary over a number of administrations said that in forty years. Joe biden has not been right on a single foreign policy issue. he's a man who does not get lucky when he tries to think he's a man who could screw up a vacant lot and To have him with a lovers of power Leading this nation. Is i think most americans now know a tragic tragic circumstance. Newt gingrich said on laura ingram show or being led by somebody who looks like a scared bunny rabbit in danger of falling asleep. Y'all would would accept that description except it's not quite lethal own up. We lose for ten marines because this man his defense secretary secretary austin and general milley. These are buffoons inadequate to the to the job. It's disrespectful of the united states military. Have these people in charge as commander in chief secretary of defense term. the joint. cheats is appalling

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Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans

Daily Pop

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans

"Fans. Are this morning. Missile set off a hot debate. And we're going to try to settle this once and for all. Who is the queen of top. I i've got to say good morning to lawa. Thank you for being here this morning. In the yellow bird. Morgan stewart vision in white. As thank you right and you are always fabulous dear. Yes we do need to be better about repaying. The compliment right at nine hours sleep today. So i'm ready ready again. So this new debate started with one little tweet little. Janet jackson is the queen of which did not go over well with madonna. Vance may say madonna's held that title for almost forty years. So let's do this. Who is the queen of madonna. First of all our producer texted us this morning. When i was getting my copetition second. You're busy but i need to know who's the queen about i literally went from madonna to. Oh britney's obviously the queen of pop issue the princess so literally. This is where my mind went. I was like madonna britney. And then i was like what then there's gaga you gotta include gaga but then i was like god has now my mind never went to janet and i stand you rhythm nation jan. I'm into janet. You know this young janet to justice. Yup go no no. I don't think she's more diverse eclectic than cable. Let me say this does more than just pop. I think janet jackson does not want that title because it comes with too much work. Janet wants to do half a tour she at home. She wants to be with that baby. She wants to count that two hundred bidding meal you. She got mad man from dubai. Live her best. Life jackson does not want that crown. Do you think. Gm even considers herself the queen of pop. I think janet. Jackson glenn centers. The queen of

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400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:48 min | 3 months ago

400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

"Today we're talking about four hundred percent over four years of coaching with none other than clay clark. And let's just be honest klay because fire nation likes success but they love super success breakdown. What you think the first step to achieving super successes. Well i think the first thing we have to recognize is the the harsh reality that ninety. Six percent of businesses fail according to inc magazine. That's not my opinion. That's magazine will tell you if you look up other statistics you're gonna find eight hundred. Ten small businesses failed forbes. Eight at ten nine hundred ten businesses. Fail dear research tonight folks. Look that up but the first you have to recognize that most people are going to fail by default. So you have to become an intentional person so step one you have to define what success looks like. I mean what does success look like for your faith your family finances your fitness your friendship and your fun and napoleon hill once wrote that a goal is a dream with a deadline napoleon hill the bestselling author of thinking grow rich. You know the personal printers for andrew carnegie. He said that he's a goal is a dream with a deadline. So ask yourself right now. You know i. I have in removing to a forty acre property. Moving to a new building. Moving there i have to ask ourselves what does a successful man cave look like. What does it look like. I'm being serious. I'm telling the listeners out there. This is true a successful man cape books like this three quarters of my beautiful house. My wife has to approve. Of which means that. I will not like it. Because it's going to be boozy transitional and whatever that is but if she's happy i'm happy but then we go to the man cave. This is my family. My man cave has to feel like a dive bar. I have to have rustic. Beat up floors. I've got to have live edge. Would i gotta have a urinal. These are things. That i need jail. These things. i have to have a forty seven foot waterslide but did extends from my waterfall in my backyard. What kind of a successful entrepreneur could possibly do life without a urinal a urinal it's an incredible By the way without having his own forty seven foot waterslide. I'm i'm a forty year old man. I need a forty seven foot waterslide. So but if by default i just met with builders and said well do whatever you think i probably would not have a forty-seven i probably would not have a urinal in my bathroom. My wife would probably not have the existence that she wants. And i would probably not have enough land that i can buy all the yaks llamas and chickens that i want but i want you accent llamas and somebody else listening to says you're sick. You're crazy. well. I might be crazy. I might be a modern billy madison. But the point is ladies and gentlemen you have to define. What are your goals for your faith your family your finances your fitness your friendship your fun and you have to ask yourself. How much does that cost per year.

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Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

Pop Fashion

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

"Group i africa now owns masino. One of the top two brands. I routinely mispronounce. What's the other one lisa. Because she she see you. Did you just did it. I know because. I had to think about it. I was thinking hard. I wasn't going off the cup. This brand had a seventy percent stake in mosquito since one thousand nine hundred nine which was a couple of years after the death of the brand's founder franco most keno. He had started the brandon. Nineteen eighty-three and and actually. Since the beginning. I had been licensed partner and production and distribution partner for its men's and women's collection so they have been working hand in hand for almost forty years now owns one hundred percent. It bought the remaining thirty percent of the company for a combination of cash and other capital amounting to about sixty six million euros. Yes sabrina that is a lot of money. it really is. If you've never heard of it was started by alberta ferretti and her brother. The group also owns alberta freddie though mar blue girl cacharel amazon. Paul got i was looking up something about this story and happened upon an old new york times article from nineteen ninety nine. It was about the original. I ifm majority by of mosquito commented on other recent acquisitions by lvmh prada fendi. So nothing really changes. I was a little worried about them until you said that. They have been working together for decades. Now i'm not so worried like they understand who they're dealing with. They will let this brand continued to be lovely and weird. Which is how i like them.

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"forty years" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

08:44 min | 3 months ago

"forty years" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Mentioned the warlords before and of course a lot of those are many of those warlords were notoriously involved in the drug trade As was the taliban Which had imposed a ten percent tax on opium production in the country only shannon Writes in the washington post today now. The taliban controls a nation with roaring production opium hashish and crystal meth taliban leaders may well announce a crackdown on religious grounds. But don't be fooled. The world may soon face the richest best armed narco-state ever conceived issue right. Yes i think that as i. I can't really prebble with that. Because i think that. They will take the proceeds on her cottage processing but it is fair to say that the previous government had officials who were deeply up to their whatever narcotics processing but the taliban is going to sort of make the opposite of privatize. The whole thing is now going to become a state. Enterprise and the most of their drugs are going to russia and iran. And it's very possible that it will find its way here and they've managed by the way to find a way to grow et cetera which is christopher methamphetamines Rather than have to depend on chemicals. So what is that product that they're growing. What is the crop etcetera right. It's a plant and that's instead of poppies or in a sense. I mean it's all about this. It's all about the markets. One thing we haven't talked about yet is the reason that we got into this war in this effort in the first place. Which was september eleventh in the attacks perpetrated by al-qaeda on the us what is your sense of whether the taliban will be open to al qaeda coming back. i mean they're there in some form but coming back and large numbers reconstituting on their territory and potentially using afghanistan as a base for attacks against the united states or other allies. Well it's just speak to that last part. I don't think the taliban are interested in a kaieda. Having her national attack on the united states for its allies that that probably something we could discourage but in terms al qaeda coming back they never left and the taliban when they swept through these cities one of the first things they were doing this going to jails and letting people out so the al-qaeda prisoners who were there and in the the most secure jail that had been on. What was the us military base. They let them all out so not only were. There are kinda out before this juggernaut. Now there are more of that and the idea that they'll cut has been degraded. I think this is true. In its way that it doesn't take much and certainly a massive propaganda win by the taliban is all that is needed to make more people come to afghanistan with the aim of being part of this very successful hot so it seems like america essentially has a to ongoing kind of strategic goals. Now in afghanistan one is a more short-term one which is to deal with the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing there to to salvage as much of the situation as possible and then the longer term goal is to it seems as biden formulated to prevent afghanistan from becoming a epicenter for international terrorism or narcoterrorism. With a light sprinkling of concern for human rights issues. Seems if those are the two strategic goals and please disagree with me you know or add to them if you think but what tools what levers does the united states have at its disposal now to pursue those sure so we have more than a few strategic goals i would say We have a moral obligation to the people of afghanistan who are facing this grave threat an obligation in terms of evacuation but also in terms of those who will be left behind. It's really important that we not squander our leverage very very small amounts of it are left west before we try our best to help people eat protected and have their human rights respected. We have strategic goals. And i would have said that's those goals revolved our counterterrorism posture. In that was something we wanted to do. We have pretty much given upper ability to easily control terrorists. That comes out of afghanistan but we have a strategic goal in the rest of the world in making it making it less a possible for people to take our side of the our friend and ally right now. china is i. i heard from one person. Third hand at china's deploying these diplomatic talking points all over the place. Latin america taiwan. Which look what happens to america's french pick. Our strategic goal is that we have to fly in the face of that set of talking points and make it a positive. Act the our friend again and there is a great distance to cover before. That's going to be. The case in turns of leverage as i said is very little left. What we have we could say is political with respect recognition. The taliban led government. We don't have to recognize them but whether we do or not. It's actually going to mean less. If other countries do so again. Russia china iran. A lot of countries are probably at this moment. Cutting a deal of what it will take for them to recognize the taliban. I was going to pick up on that. Because we were talking before about glimmers of hope that the taliban might be changing might be more pragmatic more peaceful and this idea of taliban two point oh are there specific things that the united states government can or should be doing to try to push the taliban and in that direction and should there be a kind of engagement with taliban leaders that publicly would be difficult to do right now but might might be useful. Well i've states as incapable at this moment in time of getting the taliban move troops their forces away from airport road so let's not overstate our influence. We should be using the security council. There is almost nothing. I can think of needs to be done done by the acting. What should be done is a concerted effort to condition recognition of the taliban and eventually them getting a seat at the united nations on their commitment to abide by afghanistan's international human rights out the patients. We can't be thinking just about the people who leave and we can't think the solution is to get people out. Thirty five million people are still there. So what can the international community do you know i. I like to think about that. Incredible free press and the incredible afghan independent human rights to mission. I would put that at. The top of my list is what the international community is going to try best to protect because if they have their press and they had their human rights mission and the afghans can watch their own rights. I think it's time for us to all to get out of the business of thinking we can it be on day-to-day basis if protector. It have their own institutions. Now i think we did a good job in helping to nurture those as the real. So can we do something and we have recognition that we're working with and we have issues of money and at this point everyone knows the. Us isn't gonna put any force into its threats so we really don't have that many tools left just to wrap up. I mentioned you're with this group alliance and supported the afghan people. What specifically do you want to see done right now. You mentioned the international community but looking to congress. Do we need investigations into how this played out. Dewey are there other steps that need to be taken right away to prevent the kind of horrific scenarios.

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Skullduggery

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"forty years" Discussed on Skullduggery

"I. v. leave really can't describe how smart and far thinking genuine and and warm afghan officials and human rights leaders journalists and others to be and i spoke by by skype to kids in every province through our network of something called lincoln libraries and kids who were studying english in extremely remote parts of afghanistan and so i- held a little session with them to talk about diplomacy. And you know smart and able sixteen year olds in the middle of what most americans would call now. Where just you know it could blow you away. Also i served there twice. The first time was between two thousand nine ten during the very famous Debate that president biden references thousand nine about Searching troops and then. I came back seven years later and so for me. It was the opportunity to see the difference in terms of the afghans having their own agency their own ability to control what was going on in their government and their economy. So there you know. There are a lot of people in the wake of events in afghanistan over the last week or so that are talking about the hubris of the united states and this idea this nation building project that we were going to be able to succeed and if we go back to the question about the military collapsing. You know craig whitlock the washington post. Who's been reporting on this and who's going to be publishing this book on the the afghan papers. Let me just read you. This is something that he wrote in a recent washington post story said senior. Us official said. He's quoting american officials. And some of this is also drawn from oral histories with american service. Members who served in afghanistan see your. Us officials said the pentagon fell victim to the conceit that it could build from scratch and enormous afghan army and police force with three hundred and fifty thousand personnel that was modeled on the central centralized command structures and complex bureaucracy of the defense department though it was obvious from the beginning that the afghans were struggling to make the us designed system work. The pentagon kept throwing money at the problem in assigning new generals to find the solution and he he described this effort as perhaps the worst debacle in the history of proxy warfare. Did so. I mean we've done some bad proxy warfare so really well. I guess it's just raises the question where we too arrogant about our ability to really fundamentally changed the dynamics of afghan society. I think i'm hearing you say you saw real progress. That quote was about the military versus military. You right yes but to build a successful state you have to have security. The military is a key component of that. But i'm hearing you say that you really think that this was a worthwhile project that could have succeeded. Well okay so again. Maybe i and you're not saying this. Bet away from the binary right. It's neither a total failure nor something that would have been easy to to succeed at. This was hard every single day. I do agree with the observations. The army size was very large. And it's a it's a country that has a lot of natural enemies a huge terrain. It's difficult to defend their reasons behind the forest planning but in the end. Yes that that seems to have been some kind of error of judgement on the other hand. The alternatives were not fantastic. That people who started out. I mean we the. Us change strategies about every eighteen months. Which was the and part of the problem is also we cycled in in and out. You know military leaders about every eighteen months as well right. Yeah fair enough and people like me sir. For year. I watch their earlier versions of doing that. Not the giant army but the leaner meat one that required us to work with kind of the the warlords. if people who'd been the local powerbrokers and you could have the litany of human rights abuses and grotesque behavior as long as your arm so. Us was forced to make a series of difficult choices. All the way through and the first part was are these people that we wanna partner with and if they're not then then. Afghanistan needs at a military and the military should be large enough to do the task and the task is. This is a country that surrounded by enemies and has a number of terrorist groups that want to take a space here so at the end of the day is not a military planner. I will tell you. Probably there should have been a different approach. But i do understand the questions that were asked but i will say one thing. The idea that we came with us in somehow built wrong model of army or the wrong model of society because there were some natural afghan way that we ignored. I don't accept that. At all in afghanistan where we arrived had been to more than twenty years of war a lot of their institutions were in shambles and people were willing to take on a new approach because they didn't really have an old approach right at the beginning of the war. I'll just put it this way right. I am a certain age. I'll tell my age fifty seven in my lifetime. If i were an afghan i would have slipped under a monarchy a socialist republic communistic tater ship and anarchy civil war a theocracy and democracy and now apparently a theocracy again so. I don't think anyone can tell me that. There's a single way that we the united states should have should've asked people to be govern actually really liked the democracy. It lasted longer than any of the other ones except the monarchy. Obviously and i think that afghans like the constitution. So i don't know what we're gonna see in terms of protests that they are going to defend the rights as much as they can that they've gotten used to and you.

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Skullduggery

06:34 min | 3 months ago

"forty years" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Because he had no say or was that even consulted on this so we asked our nato allies to fight with us in afghanistan after nine eleven they sent troops. They took casualties. They were with us and then we pull out without even consulting them used to be. What happened here. I share a lot of your concerned about that. It's especially in your question. I mean there were consultations. But i think that they were perfunctory. That the decision that was made by this administration was something they they felt so strongly about that nato did not cross them and the us enablers the ones that were so important to the afghan security forces were equally important to the nato security forces so there was really no way that they were able to stay without. You're with a group called alliance in support of the afghan people which had been lobbying for continued involvement in afghanistan. I wanna ask you a little bit about that but also just you serve their. You were in country. You're deputy chief of mission. What are you hearing from the people you worked with in afghanistan about what's going on right now. I hear what a lot of people are hearing. Which is the fear first and foremost that one of my closest afghan friends is just so frightened and moving and not not willing to stay in one place for long people want to get out people who never wanted to abandon. Their country are admitting that they have to go. The taliban method of spreading fear is strategic They don't i think we don't have any idea what they're really doing in the provinces but as far as we know they're not killing large numbers of people yet but it's a demonstration of fact and they go to people's homes in the middle of the night and they ask them about their government service their afghan government service. They are they had a targeted assassination campaign for the last eighteen months against the kind of moderate religious leaders media figures. Women judges the kinds of people who might have been the face of a resistance so overall people in afghanistan. The fear is so high. A i think americans cannot understand what it feels like to live with this sort of fear but will your daughter he taken and given to a taliban fighter as you know as their prize so says as they have in recent days they're not going to be reprisals against afghans who worked with the united states in our nato allies. Women will have the right to go to school within and work within islamic law. I take it. You do not accept their public statements or don't give them a lot of credence well by definition. I don't take your statements. I would like to see their actions. And in a few cases. I think the actions have been to allow girls to go to school in other cases it is not. They're not allowing it. Some women have been able to go to work some have not. We think there are reprisals to have happened but obviously in this environment. You don't have a free media. you don't have the ability to move around the country. I mean there were dozens of kiki channels and hundreds of radio stations in afghanistan in two weeks ago three weeks ago right now. The rest of the world isn't really hearing them. And maybe some of them are not even broadcasting. I don't know what the taleban i plan to do. I do know that people quite often. We'll talk about the difference. Obviously between the leadership the ones who spent time in doha and in world capitals and what they they know we wanna hear and then a very personal level local level what people are enforcing and have some level of discipline from top to bottom but not cousy and yet today we're hearing reports that There's widespread protesting against the taliban takeover in afghanistan. Is that a seed of hope or is it. Kind of last a last-gasp. Today's afghan independence day and people were celebrating their flag and It's amazing that that is a protest. You know it. It is amazing. But that's what it's intended to be because the taliban have taken down a traditional afghan flag raise their own. And i think there are people who wouldn't get off their chair for a lot of things in might not risk their life for a lot of things who feel differently about that flag so i believe that there will be protests. I do not know. I think that the taliban showed what they do by firing into a crowd and are killing several people for a flag protests. So we are people. People are exhausted. They have been through four years of war. And if there's a genuine effort to get rid of the taliban some people might take part that other people is not that. They liked the taliban but they are tired. They're scared. And i wanna ask you about your mission your service in afghanistan because you serve there in Two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen. So what sixteen or seventeen years after the invasion. Did you see while you were there that you see your mission at that point as managing a very difficult situation and trying to avoid the kind of disaster that we're seeing now or did you think that point that there was a chance to build a sustainable pluralistic somewhat democratic side in afghanistan. What what did you think you were going to be able to do you. And your colleagues were able to do first of all of those things and there was the managing the disaster and there was the hope for the future. And that would happen. Not only within the same day within.

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Skullduggery

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"forty years" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Were part of the afghan government who helped us who served as translators who served with the with the military and that's a staggering number compared to what we get out like a couple thousand yesterday from the airport and you have thousands and thousands trying to get in so right and meanwhile biden seems to have essentially drawn a line at just get americans out right. He's gonna he's gonna stay in afghanistan with. Us troops protecting the airport. As long as it takes to get americans out every every everyone else that you're you're it seems like you're on your on your own. Yeah i just wanted to before we get to our guest that an excellent guest is andy. Four timers who actually served in afghanistan was deputy chief of mission couple points. You know biden did this to end the era of analysts wars. He might have done so for the united states. But it's not it's highly doubtful. He will have done so for afghanistan in today's washington post akkhmed. Masud the son of the rebel commander. Ahmed shah sued who was assassinated on the eve of nine eleven who had fought valiantly against the taliban and said in his op-ed today he's going north hooking up with afghan army soldiers who were quote disgusted by the surrender of their commanders and are now making their way to the hills of pudgier with their equipment former members of the afghan special forces have also joined our struggle. That is a struggle to fight the taliban so it appears that the war for the afghans will continue. And i do want to take a point of personal privilege by playing the introduction for an episode of the conspiracy land podcast. We did in june july on jamal kashogi. Because there's one episode that dealt with the war afghanistan. And as i said in the introduction all the coverage today does talked about the twenty year american involvement in afghanistan. That's not true. It's actually twice that forty years to the time when the soviets invaded afghanistan in nineteen seventy nine and. Jimmy carter responded. Let's listen to a few minutes of that. Afghan episode in the conspiracy land series afghanistan war in the hindu kush. A war fought by the soviet union to prevent the islamic fundamentalism in.

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Skullduggery

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"forty years" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Investigative correspondent for yahoo news. I'm dan client editor in chief of yahoo news and i'm victory A fellow at the brennan center for justice. So we're all in this weird split-screen moment of on the one and we see the clips of the president defending his decision saying he had no choice but to do what he did. And there were no mistakes made on the other hand. The reality of what's going on in afghanistan including the taliban sort of public affairs public relations propaganda offensive saying that they are going to not engage in reprisals against The afghans who helped us and that women will have writes a lot of reasons to raise questions about that. No one example. That just came across. Just moved is a reuters report about a norwegian intelligence group. That released a report saying they've got evidence. The taliban are hunting individuals linked to the previous administration. Intensifying the hunt down of all individuals and collaborators with the former regime and one example that really grabbed me is a letter they got hold of that was sent to a former afghan counter-terror official who worked with the british and our nato allies. A letter that was sent to him. If you do not report to the commission this is taliban commission to explain your conduct. Your family members will be arrested instead. And you are responsible for this. You and your family members will be treated based on sharia law. That is the kind of message that i think. A lot of afghans are really terrified. About right now and perhaps undercuts what the taliban are saying publicly. I was just wondering if anyone actually seriously took anything that they said at face value in terms of their respect for women's rights or commitment to not retaliating against members of the former regime. Does anyone really believe they're gonna do that. It does strike me though that the stakes for biden and his administration are so high on this point because if the taliban you know do try to behave in a semi responsible way the horror of what we're watching on our tv screens right now will fade over time and You know our attention spans will turn elsewhere but if we started seeing mass reprisals and a bloodbath not to mention other possible consequences such as a reconstitute al qaeda gaining a another foothold in afghanistan. Then this isn't going to go away for biden and the administration. It's not obviously not gonna go for the afghan people either but the consequences. The political consequences are going to be enormous. Yeah i think. I think it all it all rests on that in some ways. What actually happens on the ground there. Whether there are reprisals executions women are treated in the terrible ways that they were treated when the taliban held power the last time around. And i think what will happen is all of the things we're hearing joe biden say about the rationale for doing what they and executing it. The way they did is gonna come under tremendous scrutiny already seeing democrats in the senate and the house call for for hearings to investigate lot of this. There's some troubling reporting notably in the washington post about some of the reasons biden may have delayed and engaged in some the foot-dragging on processing. These visas the white house denies this. We should say at the start but the post has reported. That biden was worried about the images on television of refugees. Coming into the united states and that that would spark a populist backlash from conservatives that would then merge with the immigration criticism in the border and that that would be a big problem and some have pointed out. You know. you're going to get that from tucker carlson no matter what he's already call this an said that the refugees from afghanistan coming in would would constitute an invasion. So you might as well do channeling. Steve miller their talks. The other night on laura ingram saying the same thing. Why should we be letting these afghans into our country. But i mean the difference between. It's so stunning. Because these are these are people who risk their lives for an american mission that a lot of americans in a lot of conservative republicans supported for a very long time in afghanistan. And by the way. You're already seeing multiple republican governors including big trump supporters like. Kevin stood in in oklahoma saying that they would welcome afghan refugees. So let's stipulate that we don't know for sure that this is true but but the poses has been reporting. This and i think there's going to be a lot more scrutiny on why this happened how it happened the way it did and that could be real trouble for biden his region. We do know it's true that the there was vowed right the fear that if large numbers of afghans were admitted into the united states it would be a source of attack and know so that is true whether or not that fear actually kind of motivated or drove the biden administration's policy to not planned for. This is another question. Look and it's also possible by the way she's just say that often when you look for the most interesting or sinister reasons that that you know government makes mistakes it's not that it's disorganization it's chaos. It's dealing with the crisis of government malevolence competence. Yeah exactly exactly does seem to be on full display. At the moment. I look i think you know. The first test obviously is how many people are going to be able to get out because the numbers. I just heard jason crowe. The congressman from colorado fought in afghanistan on democrat saying you know the numbers really are up to one hundred thousand who we need to get out..

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

"forty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

"forty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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04:58 min | 1 year ago

"forty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I'm jesse i'm ryan and we're the hosts of not my type one couple to personalities and we're taking three million internet quizzes approximately for non serious conversations about serious phantoms. Check us out on my type. Each episode we take buzzfeed style quizzes to explore tv series or a book. As many as we can get our hands up new episodes. Come out each wednesday and if you want to find out more about the show go to not my type dot com. Stay sir. Alright right so. I hope you enjoyed that conversation about the forty year. Old version I don't talk about my comedy rap stuff very often but this is a good opportunity to tell two quick things number. One is that. Even though i've for the most part stopped doing that stuff because it's horribly offensive and completely ridiculous at odds with everything i've been trying to build my career around. I do still plan putting out another demise in rocks album at some point in it's called in our forties and it's supposed to capture the moment of our life where we're still comedy rappers in our forties but on the album cover we're going to be trapped in a forty ounce malt liquor bottle so in our forties. It's a play on words. You got it. And also i talked about how much identify with this movie. Despite you know obviously being a woman of color but from the artistic point of view of this movie Another just quick story if you're still listening at the thirty three minute mark of this episode I'll tell you with that. Comedy rap stuff We used to do. Show here in las vegas all the time where we'd perform those songs onstage and we had quite a bit of a A very ridiculous local following going on But i would always be stone cold sober for for that stuff Because i really just couldn't perform if i was drunk or anything like that And especially not if i had partaken in any weed or anything like the scene where radha has stage fright after getting high backstage That did happen at one particular. Show at the double down saloon here in las vegas and it was the only time i ever smoked weed before a show and it was an absolute disaster. I pretty much. It was almost like what happened in this movie Just completely froze up. Couldn't remember a single word. I think. I said yo lake five thousand times. It was Awful experience and i don't smoke very often anymore possibly partially because of that anyway. That's enough about me. Thank you all for listening to piecing it together if you're enjoying the show at love it if you'd rate and review us over on apple podcast pod chaser of course. Make sure your subscribe to piecing it together. Wherever you listen to podcasts. We've got so many episodes on the way. And i wanna make sure you get. Check them out lots of great guests coming up lots of great movies recovering and if you're subscribed you'll know about it. As soon as the new episodes come up you could also follow us on. Social media at pide joined the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces and don't forget about that patriot. I told you about the top of the show so You know. I do have this new album. David rosen. that just came out. And i'm going to keep promoting it. I've got the music video. Multiply Recording this october twenty fifth. I'm not sure there might be another music video out by the time. This goes up if it's if it's already out. Check it out on my youtube channel if it's not out i'll tell you about it next week. I'm not sure that's what happens when you recordings in advance. You really can't be sure if things that are supposed to happen. Get done or not. But anyway i do remind you. Though that david rosen is available now on all the major music apps you can of course stream it on spotify or apple music you can also buy it in a limited edition cd form over a bad camp and of course by as download if anybody still does that on itunes and amazon and all those other kinds of sight so Do appreciate your support. And i am really very proud of the album so please do check it out and i think i might as well close this episode out with a track from that bottom. And let's see here. You know what. I'm gonna play the most kind of hip hop ish track on this album. Well actually that's not true. There's a couple tracks on this album. That have a little bit of a hip hop energy to it. But i'm gonna go with this track deep breaths which they didn't definitely i can picture some unwrapping to and I dunno maybe rutta would like distract to to write a new song to so anyway. This is called deep breaths. It's on my new album. David rosen enjoy.

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"forty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"forty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I'm jesse i'm ryan and we're the hosts of not my type one couple to personalities and we're taking three million internet quizzes approximately for non serious conversations about serious phantoms. Check us out on my type. Each episode we take buzzfeed style quizzes to explore series or a book. As many as we can get our hands up new episodes. Come out each wednesday and if you want to find out more about the show go to not my type. Dot com everywhere. Stay sir alright right so hope. You enjoyed that conversation about the forty year old I don't talk about my comedy rap stuff very often but this is a good To to tell two quick things number one is that even. Though i've for the most part stopped doing that stuff because it's horribly offensive and completely ridiculous at odds with everything. I've been trying to build my career around. I do still plan putting out another demise in rocks album at some point in it's called in our forties and it's supposed to capture the moment of our life where we're still comedy rappers in our forties but on the album cover we're going to be trapped in a forty ounce malt liquor bottle so in our forties. It's a play on words. You get it and also. I talked about how much identify with this movie. Despite you know obviously being a woman of color but from the artistic point of view of this movie Another just quick story if you're still listening at the thirty three minute mark of this episode I'll tell you with that. Comedy rap stuff We used to do. Show here in las vegas all the time where we'd perform those songs onstage and we had quite a bit of a A very ridiculous local following going on But i would always be stone cold sober for for that stuff Because i really just couldn't perform if i was drunk or anything like that And especially not if i had partaken in any weed or anything like the scene where radha has stage fright after getting high backstage That did happen at one particular. Show at the double down saloon here in las vegas and it was the only time i ever smoked weed before a show and it was an absolute disaster. I pretty much. It was almost like what happened in this movie Just completely froze up. Couldn't remember a single word. I think. I said yo lake five thousand times. It was Awful experience and i don't smoke very often anymore possibly partially because of that anyway. That's enough about me. Thank you all for listening to piecing it together. If you're enjoying the show love it if you'd rate and review us over on apple podcast pod chaser. of course. make sure your subscribe to piecing it together. Wherever you listen to podcasts. We've got so many episodes on the way. And i wanna make sure you get. Check them out lots of great guests coming up lots of great movies recovering and if you're subscribed you'll know about it. As soon as the new episodes come up you could also follow us on. Social media at pide joined the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces and don't forget about that patriot. I told you about the top of the show so You know. I do have this new album. David rosen. that just came out. And i'm going to keep promoting it. I've got the music video. Multiply Recording this october twenty fifth. I'm not sure there might be another music video out by the time. This goes up. if it's already out. Check it out on my youtube channel. If it's not out i'll tell you about it next week. I'm not sure. That's what happens when you recordings in advance. You really can't be sure if things that are supposed to happen. Get done or not. But anyway i do remind you. Though that david rosen is available now on all the major music apps you can of course stream it on spotify or apple music you can also buy it in a limited edition cd form over a bad camp and of course by as download if anybody still does that on itunes and amazon and all those other kinds of sight so Do appreciate your support. And i'm really very proud of the album so please do check it out and i think i might as well close this episode out with a track from that album. And let's see here. You know what. I'm gonna play the most kind of hip hop ish track on this album. Well actually that's not true. There's a couple tracks on this album. That have a little bit of a hip hop energy to it. But i'm gonna go with this track deep breaths which they didn't definitely i can picture some unwrapping to and I dunno maybe rutta would like distract to to write a new song to so anyway. This is called deep breaths. It's on my new. david rosen. Enjoy.

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"forty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"forty years" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Right welcome to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it. I feel like. I am very energized for this. That's probably good. Maybe it'll get some. You'd hit the subscribe button. Or maybe rate and review us over on apple. Podcasts repod chasers. Why am i so awake. I must have had a lot of extra coffee this morning or something but anyway we got a great episode coming up for you. We are today going to be talking about the forty year old version. A new movie out on net flix written directed and starring rod a blank and it is a great story about a woman discovering her passion and her art and her worth and it is a great little movie kind of came out of nowhere. I was not expecting this one. But i really really enjoyed it and talking to me on. This episode is rosa from latin x lens. It's always great to have rosa back on the show and we have a great conversation about the forty year old versions so that is coming up in a second as always. I want to remind you to make sure you subscribed make sure. Oh my cat just jumped on me. Lily bear say. Hi everybody Make sure you are following us over on social media at piecing pod. Join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all the movies. We talk about here on the show and last but not least. don't forget. We have a patriot on our patriae on is called. Produced by david rosen and that is because it pulls in a bunch of great content from this podcast from my music career from awesome movie year. The other movie podcast that i produce as well as race no beans and who knows what else is going to end up on there in the coming months but we just posted a new special awesome movie or episode on saturday night fever which is a great bonus episode. You guys should really check that out. And of course. I always post early advanced episodes of piecing together to check out. And i've got a bunch of music stuff hitting. They're very soon some already hit and some coming soon. I'm actually recording this in advance This will go up in early november. It is currently still Towards the end of october. It's not even halloween yet. But you're going to be hearing this whenever you're hearing it and Lots of great content over there the patriot and lots of great content coming to piecing together and my new album. David rosen is out now so go. Check that out as well anyway. Let's get into this conversation about.

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"forty years" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"forty years" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"That you would have never said hip hop I said rap rap hip-hop to me is like Miley Cyrus or something, like what definitely hip-hop's like know pop is not silly hip hop is like Wu-Tang Clan very cool. Cool man, right. I'm just saying I just always called a rat's hip-hop. Yeah, I I mean rap to me rap and hip-hop kind of go along the same lines. I know they don't I don't know man. Cool. The only thing I did think is so I was trying to there's obviously lots lots of themes and I thought maybe there was too many themes. Okay, they were all hit like off were really on the nose. And so there was something with gender definitely something with age certainly something with race with gentrification with being from Harlem. Yeah the movies birth And white for a reason, there's something with sexuality only one or slice the entire movie this color, but it was almost like okay. What are you trying to say everything here? And it might have gotten a little lost some of the message cuz even her play was saying something that the movie wasn't saying it was something that it was a whole different theme. Yeah, and then so what's the theme theme selling out was the theme gentrification was the theme turning old was the theme Reinventing yourself was the theme not listening to naysayers was the theme following your heart was the theme be all was I think it was all of it, but not you can't do all of that great. You can do all of that very like so I so there's I think there was a few themes that were greatly done. The age was the best one. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I actually related to I think yeah, like the change of sort of okay. I gotta do something different. I I dug the race thinks actually the race thing that was going on her play. I thought was actually really interesting but they're dead. Thought about sexuality that I thought just probably was pretty shallow or missed the mark but you hurt her in the student. So all of her students every student okay to talk about genitalia. Yeah. Oh, yeah and all their plays plays about that and like like what is that saying and she had the one student who was just angry she broke through to her and so yeah, there was a lot of stories in messages and throughout the economy so much though. It didn't bother me though. That's some of that's I just thought I wonder if it's dead. Like I said, I know I feel like our lives like we all have multiple like huge story. Oh, yeah. So it's I feel like it's a little simplistic to just be like, oh, well, you need one story lot going on in your life at a time. Right? So she like she has all these different things going on in her life at one time. And that was probably part of the reason that she was feeling overwhelmed and turning forty like there's so much going on and I still feel Just with myself, like what do I do? There's all these things happening. What am I going to have people around me have their own many storylines that I'm involved in and I'm a part of yeah, like her her agent guy who's like Cathy was just sticking with her and then realized, you know, he could have been something more and then her students have their own storylines. So those she's obviously intertwined with those and so they can't just lays her phone now on white without acknowledging and giving credit to the other ones that she's also part of Em are all right. And you said it was kind of a Sorry Brad. It's kind of autobiographical. I don't know. Is it are okay Rana? She I can't say that we wrote and directed it wrote and directed it and start in it and she's in and it did say that it is kind of autobiographical. So what I wonder what piece of art did that sold out like the play I'm interested in that probably the movie this movie if we're going to if we're going to probably figure out like she sold out to Netflix. Hm. Yep. Movie was already made before she likes sold it. It's not like she didn't know so well, you don't know if Sundance said that we're going to sell it out. We're going to sell it to somewhere or something like that. So my one of my question is why I think like like stores they chose black and white all the stories identification and the whole play was about gentrification. That's about black and white, right? Yeah. They they made that they made that stupid storyline in there about black and white house and she was like, I don't want it to be about black and white and want to be about the colors but they're making that about colors and like you're questioning why I didn't you choose color and so she's probably trying to take that out of them try and when you do make a film in black-and-white like you're not focusing on a certain color or a way, so I wouldn't have known the one girl was Hispanic if they didn't mention it several times so we should try and take the race aspect out of it. At first when I found out it was black and white film outside. Oh sometimes black and white films are good, especially like newer ones and then sometimes some like new-age. Roma I forgot about Roma. Here's my other question in the play. Obviously the play was over the top and off but there was a couple lines where I was interested in like what where you so the one line that the white woman kept saying soy milk not this whole milk was. Oh isn't this about loving your neighbor and loving each other which is like well, that's obviously a good thing. But in this play it wasn't a good thing and for everyone there was a good thing but why would you say that would not be a good thing? I think that a lot of white evangelicals come into man bringing up the evangelicals. I'm just saying cuz that's like kind of like a thing is like, oh love your neighbor, right? Cuz like an Evangelical kind of thing to say so you why evangelicals going into lower income area areas to gentrify them essentially and so that's always their Mantra of like Oh, I'm a Christian. It's love yo. Cheaper but the light and stay away from gentrification cuz they're afraid of black people. I don't think so. All right. All right, and also they use that as like the guise of like, well, I'm here to like do better things for your neighborhoods by bringing more income into it and loving your neighbor and I want my soy milk though. Okay, so that's not how I took it but that's interesting. I could also be totally wage. So I took it as you need to love me, but as I'm coming into your community, I'm not loving you but I need you to love me. So I'm asking you to do something that I'm not willing to do myself. So I'm not willing to put up with your shenanigans or you're not having soy milk, but you need to love me because I do love soy milk that song. I was thinking I was wondering where I see that and our world where I'm like, oh we want someone to love and treat us a certain way, but we're not willing to I mean I see right now in politics right wage. Want the other well, they need to be like this but you're not willing to also be like that. I think I think I thought it was I thought was my favorite point in the movie because I see it so much in our poll in world right now. I want you to wear a mask. And I don't want to wear a mask. Like no one's giving everyone's just wanting the other side to do what they want. And so I I like that was actually my I liked that part of the film in I didn't think religion was a part of the film at all. There's there was even a lot of there was even a lot of that in her real life with especially with her and her, you know, her friend slash agent of life you're going to do what I want know you're going to do what I want to kind of thing like where she wanted a certain way or a certain thing cuz they always wanted her to when are you going to write this one movie for this one play for sure. Yeah, and he kept pushing it and pushing it and pushing it and she didn't want to do it. But then in the end she finally said she would she not end up doing that other one in the end no choice, but she he the one guy wanted her to write the play about the one lady. Yeah. No, she didn't I think she kind of blew her done. I I glad that we didn't in this. Play but I thought I thought the Trope of the movie was going back. All right, she's going to Eminem it in the end like oh, yeah, like on stage and drop the mic and it was but she's amazing but we never.

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"forty years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"forty years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Stopping point forty years from that's the fire right well if financial independence retire early retire early well yeah I mean you know we can put the fire in your restaurant that he sort of speak but yeah I think this is this is very very true we see this kind of trend with people right now that they're saying you know what you know retirement I maybe I want to semi retire maybe I want to continue to work but but but that the most important thing is is that I want to join my life I wanted would be able to create more free time I want to be able to have the the funds and the ability them the means to enjoy and do the things that I can do one while I can do them in other words by my health is good well you know my family's together and while I have the opportunity to really you know reach some of the goals and objectives and the dreams that I have and so how do you do that well you have to have the ingredients to a proper investment about school as you pointed out the rat I mean when you talk about an investment Stolar retirements to all we want certainly we want social security we want to have you know about three or four different sources of income coming in perhaps an IRA four oh one K. or four oh three B. or T. S. P. plan that I've had and then maybe the brand strategy might be another source of income or perhaps our investment income from like a you know rental properties and so forth and so on so you won't have multiple legs to that school and but you also want to make sure that you don't sacrifice your retirement school for a thought process that's probably not really within your objectives are your goals like paying off your mortgage does that even make sense at all because a mortgage actually and number five here on the list the right mortgage is all it not only the it doesn't provide that you the unique benefits of a mortgage with taxes and so forth any ability to stretch out payments and everything but it's also a hedge against inflation all right home mortgage with a fixed interest rate can be a hedge against inflation that's because the amount of the mortgage payment is the same every month but the value okay of the money that you're paying that mortgage off with falls over time due to inflation right you know because a problem and and also you may your income will increase and now your house name is the same and so really that does make a difference there you go and you know this is very very important one of the things about the restaurant edgy if that is that it also hedges against inflation internally in the restaurant you there's a thing called arbitrage okay so even as you're taking money out of the ranch strategy that money technically can still be working for you in other words you can be creating interest on money that you removed and are using for other things outside of you know of the counseling maybe taking that money you're using it for a child's education are you taking that money in your you know by doing improvements to your home or or or you know buying a new automobile whatever you're doing you can still continue to great arbitrage with the money this is explained in the book and in all of their the literature that we provide and it's so self evident when you see the illustration we want to get your copy of the book.

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"forty years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"forty years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Forty years always on the leading edge of health and healing she considers herself an accidental activist when it comes to electromagnetic fields in maths and with the addition of five G. Gillman warns we will be living in an even denser electro smog soup and welcome back to the program this is something I've always wanted to discuss with somebody and you're the person well good evening to you I hope I can bring some good news after the disastrous events in Philadelphia oh my gosh it's just seems to be happening all over the place just get away from it now it it does now with the coming five see we've got another environmentalist off but I must tell you I was very very grateful for the wonderful interview you did with my partner several weeks ago to remember James Templeton well it was a wonderfully inspiring interview he's my health partner in everything help and healing well that's great the end of this story I just said before you came on about these plastics just floating in the air what is that all about what what's going on we've got plastics we've got here miss we got pesticides in many of these elements are called the no estrogens George so they affect our hormone known as hormone disruptors agent and we're being exposed to them just as much as we're being exposed to EMS so that's why detoxification and keeping your body is strong as you can as an invincible fortress is more important now than ever before and you know when when you're on with me back about a year ago we talked about zaps your book about cell phones has anything changed since then well what is changes that everything that I wrote in the book was written in two thousand and ten for about twenty years past that which is which means that it's gone so very quickly has everything that I wrote in there seems to be coming true and that is the EMS seem to be George the root causes many mysterious and some from the T. to depression to insomnia to digestive issues the dizziness the heart palpitations and memory loss we have finally found one of the real reasons that this is occurring and this is what the big news is apparently there is a real issue with calcium metabolism when you're exposed to all of these EMS field and it's the calcium metabolism that's really at the root of so many of our symptoms because it enables calcium to be dispersed into the cell where it's like putting gasoline on a fire so we're being very proactive with our communication were leaking calcium which means that our neurotransmitters are working well and it's one of the reasons yours that is nutritionist I'm seeing a great need for magnesium which is the sister minerals calcium it's one of the reasons that chronic anxiety is a disease of our time I take five hundred milligrams of magnesium every day that's a good start but what I recommend to people is that they take five milligrams per pound of body weight so I don't know how much you weigh but I'm thinking eight hundred milligrams would be even better for you because we need to keep you in tip top shape okay I'll work on that that's the and I also found that magnesium was good for your heart isn't it it's good for all the elements of the maps in terms of insomnia as it is a sleeping pill for headaches or migraines for heart palpitations very definitely for rid me of reducing as for fifteen for weakness from memory loss is exceedingly important and were so very deficient in magnesium and I think it's because of this loss of calcium intracellularly the we discovered thanks to the pioneering work of the professor emeritus at out in Washington Washington State University to the exact Martin Paul they talked about this he actually discovered the low levels of EMF activate what they call the voltage gated calcium channels and from there I think downstream biological effects that's where the oxidative stress the depletion infertility and cancer is coming from and I know that you have a personal relationship to a situation with brain cancer yeah my sister passed away from them yeah seeing so many years ago with that so many of my clients and patients was coming down with all kinds of degenerative diseases as well as the brain cancer pancreatic cancer prostate cancer and now there's a veritable epidemic with fireworks and liver cancer explain what EMF are and how they affect people well they're electromagnetic fields that are emanated from everything electrical so they're coming from our cell phones are wireless networks are selling broadcast powers are fluorescent lights even the electrical systems the power appliances our computers are bedside alarm clock arts mark meters as well as our baby monitors which have the highest degree of the MS perhaps in the entire house so the idea here is that were affected twenty four seven buy a veritable unprecedented number of strange frequencies wavelength and when I wrote the book ten years ago I discovered they were exposed to at least a hundred million times more EMS and our grandparents were so it's flowing around us is flowing in on it interferes with your very electrical forces of life and it really appears in a I'd say that it interferes with the communication between ourselves to tell us how to grow developed by leaving wants to die so the point being is for an electromagnetic soup with upcoming five G. that will be even more intense we've got wifi cell phones computers we've got this all over the place I mean we can't walk around with surety cages all around this can we now you really can and that's what makes everything so inconvenient quite frankly when you start talking about these things it's why I feel we have to take protective measures of course limiting your exposure is one of them but one of the most important protective measures that I think is a nutritionist people have to realize is that they should be taking a product called hemp seed oil you familiar well I sure am absolutely so what I tell people is your new mantra as we approach twenty nineteen and beyond is that is hemp hemp away and we've now noted that there is quite a lot of new research that suggests that hand can actually absorb radio activity in with the hamsters are very good for yourself so on a daily basis I tell everybody to take at least two tablespoons of the hemp seed oil so it strengthens the cell membrane so you're not going to be we can help him because of the EMF connection all right stay with us and we're going to come back in a moment talk a little bit more about EMF the we'll get into five G. and what we should or should not be concerned about I'm George nori back in a moment on.

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"forty years" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"forty years" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Selling to the neighborhood hello there that'll settle who's having the best summer hot boys versus at one end of the project about for this one Gaudreau Dodgers are having the Los Angeles Dodgers he said you go out for that one the Thalia I got to see some of the best bands are the Dodgers girls the guys who would have thought also the wives and girlfriends I have been trying to take away from all your points why don't all the other my wife trying to take over from his point okay god hello he shot out to the ladies will yeah you got one more we sell please right yeah maybe yeah yeah another man on the a wise man yeah why we bring in his receipt forty years old and put them down all yeah all right Hey maybe that forty years of age Jennifer Lopez that feed the you know say and I'm pretty sure way more ladies that want to smash Manny Pacquiao then fellow that wanted to marry hi.

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"forty years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"forty years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty years. Beneficial's pallets bird is high school say they're going to punish the students involved in what's being called a racist invitation to prom. The. Imposible had certain letters bullet to fill out a slur against like people, the student who let the principal know about the sign says she's disgusted makes me feel small honestly to know that there are students on my campus who think that that is acceptable. Think that's appropriate who thinks that, that word is just a word that can be thrown around like that. The students took a photo holding the sign that photo has been shared on social media. A helium shortage has some businesses up in the air will fuse, blues a lot a lot. Yes, they do. And the increasing cost of helium has sent Brian Bora costs profits floating away, we've had an increase in our cost of helium from thirty one cents to forty six cents. Actually, it's per cubic foot. So bore business balloon, Silla shifting more toward air balloons, instead of helium people still like their helium balloons. They, they just like weird Borakove says one thing that could deflate prices is if the feds release some of the strategic helium reserve inner vine, Chris ancarlo, KFI news brought to you by Mike Thomson. Our v. New technology could keep baby photos from clogging up social media feed. Blocker is a new chrome plug and that senses images on Facebook. If pictures got a baby or toddler in it, the plug in automatic replaces it with a different image, the idea stemmed from the recent explosion of Royal baby pictures of, Harry and Megan's newborn Archie, but on average parents cheer fifteen hundred pictures of their kids from the moment. They're born to the age of five company behind baby. Blocker is a condom company called skin. The company says it wants people to feel more comfortable in having casual protected sex without having to think about the consequences, including babies, Monica Rix, KFI news. Forty nine year old sherpa has set a world record with his twenty third climb to the top of the world, demand says he's going to try to reach the summit of Mount Everest two more times. Let's update the brushfire on the one ten in downtown LA. Excellent news here. They have reopened all.

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"forty years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"forty years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A job. Professionals. Forty years. A lot of players got traded on Thursday. Guess what's going to happen? Next year. A lot of players go get traded. You know, a lot of players will stay home. Talk to our guys place. That's all that matters. We're heading toward hopefully getting into the playoffs. So that's a part of. NFL or the NHL automated league baseball. You could hear his phone go off at the end imagine Jonathan he's got the heart of a killer, though, he masks it with that that gigantic smile, but he's right now magic was superstar didn't have to play anywhere else. Retired before he wanted to because he was HIV positive, and you either may or may not remember that part of his history. Dashi talk about a story that rocked the sports world, not just that. But transcended the sports world. Anyway, he is a killer at heart, but he'll smile at you while he's cutting you. And he just lays it out there. It's a business. Lots of guys got traded lots of guys had to change uniforms and change franchises and change cities. It's reality. And guess what? It's going to happen again next year. It's part of being a pro athlete. So don't expect Magic Johnson to feel sorry for you. Although he did mention playoffs at the end of that initial statement was stacked on a different.

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"forty years" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"forty years" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"On that one. I know kids that are gonna go. See Toy Story four you'd be like, hey, the first Toy Story came out in nineteen ninety five from the be like what the? I'm just saying like ten years a long time. I knew it. The only thing is I think Chila what you're falling into kind of the I don't know the court correct word for this. But it's kind of folly of our time is that like things aren't what they appear to be and that's getting harder and harder to discern nowadays because the price of facts is so dramatically low. And so basically like because we live in this time where everything seemingly moves at the speed of light doesn't mean everything is moving at the speed of light. It's Judah slow because there's the weight I like discern signal from the millions. Yeah, there's so much noise. And my thing is is like the internet taking forty years to mature. There was nobody in the eighties like dying their hair green and going to internet conferences going. Yeah. Internet in the eighties. Election do because you couldn't in it. But I think you're going to buy it. And then it go up massive price at a change your life. And you think I've made the right decision book and God. You do that back then it was just fucking birds. Like, the fact that you can't invest. This. That he's not going to do that nowadays the enthusiasm that people had in two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen that's just gonna fade soon. You know, the people that got burned or got hacked. They're gone know, if we made a pie chart about people who are going to be here in in twenty twenty six twenty twenty eight is going to be people that are just like using it in the background for like trysofi Eliot, I'm part of the blockchain community, I guess, but they're not going to go on the blockchain read it and contribute or or follow Talib, urines, blogs or go to conferences, somehow, he has is gonna wane HTTPS have read it is. Right. It's just mass adoption to you guys is going to be implemented. For me. Mass adoption is like celebrating the end of banks and people investing learning about investing. You know, people that are getting rich off their returns like that. Those are things to be. Celebrated about and Oakland. Ten years is a long time to hold enthusiasm. I need a football team. People love football teams. We need something. That's only have a shelf life of three.

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