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A highlight from Episode 10 The Drama of Atheist Humanism Fr. Joseph Fessio S.J., Vivian Dudro, and Joseph Pearce FBC Podcast
"Ignatius Press and the Augustine Institute present the Formed Book Club. Catholic book lovers unpacking good books, chapter by chapter. If you like us, please help us by subscribing, and by reviewing us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you might listen. And don't forget to sign up for weekly updates and study questions at formedbookclub .ignatius .com. Welcome again to the Formed Book Club. We continue to discuss Ari de Dubac's extraordinary book here, The Drama of Atheist Humanism. We've done enough now that we can maybe situate where we are as we go forward. You know, the first part, called Atheist Humanism, focused on Feuerbach, Marx, and Nietzsche, with a side note on Kierkegaard, but now part two is Auguste Comte and Christianity. And covered we the first chapter here, the meeting of Comte and Atheism. We're on the second chapter, Christianity and Catholicism. There's four sections, we took antisocial Christianity, where he claims that Christianity is antisocial, because it's basically the soul and God and eternity. Part two is section two is Jesus and St. Paul, where he says St. Paul corrected Jesus and set things straight. Now we're on two interesting parts here, the work of the Catholic priesthood and the Holy Alliance. So we begin again on page 192, section three of chapter two, chapter one of part two. The work of the Catholic priesthood. Joseph, take it away. Well, again, right at the beginning of the first paragraph of this section, towards the top of page 193, it's his weird understanding of history. He seems to believe that Catholicism, strictly speaking, did not come into being until the 11th century, and which by the 13th had already passed into the phase of decadence. So basically the Catholicism didn't even come into being until a thousand years after Christ and only lasted for a couple of hundred years before it basically decayed. So if you're going to begin your understanding of the church with such a warped understanding of history, it's no surprise that all sorts of odd conclusions are going to be the consequence. And the reason why he dates it that way has something to do with what Father said in his introduction. He thought Christianity, in its essence, was something that just had to do with the individual and God. And so if what he wants to worship is the collective, well, that reaches its apex, if you will, in terms of social organization in Christendom, right? So what he thinks is the essence of Christianity are these exterior forms holding together a cohesive society. And that just comes and goes, right? It came and it went, in his view. But if you're looking at worshipping the collective, it makes sense that that's why you would look at it that way. He's mistaking the tree for the fruit, isn't he? I mean, this good thing was a consequence of a thousand years of of inheritance, and it took that long for it to actually mature into the fullness of what you might call the High Middle Ages. But it's obviously a fruit of the thing, which is Catholicism. The thing didn't come into being as some sort of spontaneous combustion, evidently. Yes. I mean, the first quote in that paragraph at the beginning on page 192, where Cope says, since the year 1825, our writings have shown an increasing respect for Catholicism, as he understands it, the immediate and necessary precursor of the religion that has, above all, to consolidate and develop the structure that first took shape in the 12th century. And again, you have this theory of Catholic history that it was just a kind of amorphous movement of Jesus, you know, love and be kind and compassionate. And then after it became a state religion or approved by the state under Constantine in the fourth century, it became hardened in its structure. Oh, but then we have what secular theologians call the Dark Ages. And after the fall of the Roman Empire, there was a lot of confusion, but the church was still present in her God -given form during that period. But he sees, as you said, Vivian, at the end of the Dark Ages, he'll call your Middle Ages, 12th or 15th century, here's where there's a consolidation, and you see the social character of the church in Christendom. By the way, you know, de Lubac writes this during the 40s, his first major work was in the 30s called Catholicism, the social aspects of dogma, in which he made very clear that from the beginning, the Catholic faith has had an intrinsic social connection, which makes sense as a church, after all, we're not an aggregate of individuals who have no relation to each other, except for the fact that we happen to hold the same attitude towards Jesus. Sorry, I'm wandering on there. As Chesterton said in, I think, The Everlasting Man, it could have been orthodoxy, that the church was the only thing that was the bridge that connected the civilization of Rome with the civilization of the High Middle Ages. The church was the connector between the two, the bridge, so it's not as if it just arises out of, as if by magic. And that's what he, he's an everlasting man, where he calls Christ the Pontifex Maximus, the greatest builder of bridges. This Pontifex, pontiff, we have in English, means pawns, bridge, fatre, to make, to build. So it's basically the bridge builder. But he reduces the papacy to being the centralized authority of the church. And, and so he actually wants to replace the pope with himself. But he's actually going to require such total obedience and control, unlike anything the church ever did or ever desired to do. But yes, he talks about on the top of 196, it was by this means, meaning the papacy, that the bonds of society were strengthened. He sees that you can't have the strong bonds of society that he aspires to, you know, a humankind in love with itself without a total authority at the top. Yes, and as we're progressing into the heart of Auguste Pont, you know, Burubak has all these citations that really back up what he's saying about him. I just wonder, he's a brilliant madman. And it kind of like Nietzsche was a brilliant madman, you know. And as we said before, hardly anyone knows that name now. Whereas Nietzsche, Marx, even Feuerbach, those are somewhat household words among the intelligentsia. And we have to ask ourselves a question, we could finish them off. Was he really influential or was it just that he had the thoughts he had ended up being part of the signs of the times and because he, I mean, his life and his writings and his philosophy kind of foreshadow the whole great reset, globalization. Yeah, and some of it sounds very Orwellian in the sense of it also seems to prefigure totalitarianism of the 20th century, you know, where the system, so politics and sociology united in a tyranny. And that seems to be what he's calling for. Obviously, he wanted to be the Fuhrer and that didn't happen. But basically other people became Fuhrers in his wake, so to speak. Well, the reason why his thought is a big part of the air that we breathe is because he wanted to turn all knowledge of everything into a concrete science, including the knowledge of man himself, the knowledge of the universe, everything he wanted to reduce down to a science. We wouldn't have the expression political science if it had not been for Comte. So the whole, in fact, social science, you know, every university has a social science department, as if these things are sciences in the same way that physics and chemistry. Yeah, you hit the nail on the head there, because as we see later on, he actually, he criticizes empirical science. So in other words, he criticizes the hard sciences because the hard sciences should subject themselves to sociology, to society, to an understanding of anthropology. So, you know, so he's actually becomes, he begins by being someone who uses the empirical sciences as a method of beating God. And then when he seeks to establish his own sociological religion, he then attacks the sciences because they are a threat, because they've got to question some of his presumptions and he's not into being questioned. We'll return to the Forum Book Club with Father Joseph Fessio, Vivian Doudreaux, and Joseph Pierce in just a moment. on the Discerning Hearts free app. Did you also know that you can stream Discerning Hearts programming on numerous streaming platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Google Play, iHeart Radio, Pandora, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and so many more. And did you know that Discerning Hearts also has the YouTube page? Be sure to check out all these different places where you can find Discerning Hearts. Everything is yours. Do with it what you will. Give me only your love and your grace. That is enough for me. Amen. Amen. We now return to the Forum Book Club with Father Joseph Fessio, Vivian Doudreaux, and Joseph Pierce. He's not so much attacking the sciences for the inability to get the truth, but rather, he has what I think is a legitimate criticism. That is to say, the hard sciences progress by specializing more and more and losing often the larger picture. And so he's in need for something synthetic because science takes things apart and makes small and smaller areas where people, I mean, I live with a Jesuit in Germany. They call him Blitzlach because he was so slow. I mean, in his thinking and walking and everything. But he did his doctorate on the heat -sensitive organs in cockroach antennae, but a specific species or variety of cockroach. And in Germany, you have to do a second doctoral thesis called a meditation to be a professor. So he did his second thesis on the moisture -sensitive organs in cockroach antennae. Well, I mean, there's no question about it. This was the world expert on the antennae of these cockroaches. But where does that fit? Big picture thing. And so, you know, Kant would say, look, we have to unify this some way. And therefore, he sees sociology and he's the father of sociology. That's right. As the master of science.
A highlight from The Hair in Georgia's Biscuit with Colton Moore and Sen. Ron Johnson
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year. Because of you, ACLJ donors, you get the best attorneys in the world. Hey everybody, Senator Ron Johnson joins the program and then some breaking news out of Georgia, Colton Moore is ready to proceed with impeachment of Big Fannie Willis. Email us freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. And as always, you can email us freedom at charliekirk .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at sierra pacific mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Joining us now exclusively, Senator Colton Moore, a great American. There is fight left in the state of Georgia. And there is an official petition to investigate Fannie Willis, as well as now his letter to Governor Brian Kemp. I'm going to read this. Colton Moore, welcome to the program. Dear Governor Kemp, we, the undersigned, being the duly elected members of the Georgia House of Representatives and Georgia Senate, and compromising three -fifths of each respective house pursuant to article four section two paragraph 7b, making sure my Roman numerals are right, hereby certify to you in writing with a copy of the Secretary of State that in our opinion emergency exists in the affairs of the state, requiring a special session to be convened under that section for all purposes to include that limitation, the review and response of the actions of Fannie Willis. Sincerely, Colton Moore. Colton, welcome to the program. Tell us about it. Charlie, thank you for having me. I mean, we're in a dire situation. After these indictments came out, I woke up, ate my biscuit, and I was like, is there a hair in my biscuit? I mean, this is disgusting. We have a district attorney using taxpayer money, using her government authority to persecute her political opponent to the tune of the death penalty. I will not be a sitting senator in this state and potentially have the former president be executed in the state of Georgia. Yeah, so let's just kind of walk through this. You are now leading a legislative campaign of oversight. What does that look like constitutionally in the state of Georgia? Tell us about it. So I have a job to do as a Senator, Charlie, and part of that job in the legislature is providing oversight. The Constitution gives us some tools to do that. First of which is the power of the purse, right? We control the money. And my constituents, Georgians outside of the city of Atlanta, don't feel that their tax dollars ought to be used for this type of purpose. You know, we've also got the power to investigate any judicial or executive official, and we ought to be doing an investigation on Fannie Willard. And if that investigation turns out that she's corrupt, like many of us suspect, it's time for impeachment. And so what is impeached? So in the Georgia Constitution, the House or the Senate can impeach a prosecutor. Is that correct? That's correct. Yeah, it's one of those checks and balances that we're blessed with here in the presidential system of American government. So let me ask you, read the room for us amongst your colleagues. You're leading this. It's now going totally viral as finally, praise God, good on you. Let's use some of this constitutional power to slow this down, investigate her. Was she given an external power? Why is she and why is she indicting the entire Republican Party, such as Trump? It's John Eastman, Rudy Giuliani, Jen Ellis. It's totally out of control. It's a fellow senator. It's a colleague of mine in the Senate. Is it also included on that indict? So what is what is the temperature check of the Georgia Senate? Is this going to be met? Yeah, please. Yeah, I mean, Republicans in the state of Georgia are asleep at the wheel, OK? Everything is talk, talk, talk. I talked to my other fellow senators and everything's well, you know, we're kind of wait this out, talk about it, you know, post the tweet, you know, let's make a Facebook post. I have a job to do. It's time to take action. And Charlie, let me tell you, right after this and that, I was having dinner with my mother and I told her, I said, no more talk like I have a job to do. Time to take action. And she was worried. He's like, I don't know, you know, they've got these guys charged with crimes that could potentially result in lethal injection. I don't know if I want you meddling in that. And I was like, mom, that's the time to take action, because as a red blooded American, you should never fear a Gestapo political tactic from a power like a D .A.. So I don't want to get you in trouble here, but just I want to I want to drill this down. Your other do you think your colleagues are going to support this? Oh, I think when their constituents start calling them up, they're going to be supporting them. Boom. Right. Because it's time to take action. Well, according according to Fannie Willis, it's a conspiracy to ask your lawmakers to do something. But whatever. Let's let's let's just be clear. So for the patriots of Georgia, they need to call their state rep on their state senator. And what is the ask? What is the order? To help us with this process to begin defunding the district attorney and investigating through the means of a special session. That's our job as a legislature to put a check and balance on this judicial branch, to put a check and balance on the judicial branch. And and praise God, you have the courage. Were you cautioned not to get into this by certain, let's just say older Republicans? Were you told, don't send this letter? You know, the caution comes in many forms. They're all cautious. And that's the scary part. That's what makes me so afraid. I mean, I'm 29 years old, Carly. I do not want to live the next 30 years of my life worried about a regime. I mean, this is some Putin fascist nonsense. So the letter is composed to the governor. Does he have to be the one to actually call the special session? No, no. So part of that check and balance process, the governor himself could call a special session and we could start right now. We could start tomorrow. But the governor has already made his statement. You know, he's looking back at this like this is a 2020 issue. Well, it took 19 days to count the votes. And these individuals have a legitimate concern about the election. Right. They were they were using their First Amendment to express concern about the election. And then now they're being charged with it. They're being taken political prisoner. And so so then you guys can call the session with three. That's right. Without the governor. Right. Without the governor. Does he preside over it or is he called into it or? No, no. The legislature would be operating independently and it gives us full subpoena power. So what are the what are the numbers, the House and the Senate, as far as the Republican majorities? So if every Republican in the Senate signed on, we would have we would have what was necessary. It's going to take every GOP Republican to stand up and abide by the principles of freedom, regardless of whether you like Donald Trump or not, regardless if you have a beef with some of these other folks who are indicted. These folks were using their freedom of expression and they had a concern. So the problem we're going to have over in the House is we're going to have to pick up a few Democrats. The margins are a little tighter there. But here's the other thing about this district attorney. The ACLU reports that half of the inmates in her jail have yet to be charged with a crime. And in meanwhile, we've got Young Thug, Young Slime, who's got RICO charges similar to what these political prisoners are about to have, and they haven't even picked a jury in over a year now. So so now we have evidence it's Young Thug. I thought is this some sort of a rapper or something? I believe so. Yeah, I'm not I'm not a big rap music fan, but his name is Young Thug. And I think the crime syndicate called Young Slime. Got it. So, yeah, so they they're standing for RICO charges and she's going easy on him. Meanwhile, so I mean, and by the way, Fulton County, it's like a third world country. When I go there, crime is up. It's terrible. And yet she's going she's trying an interstate RICO case. I this and claims that she can get it done in like six months. Right. And 18 people. And yet it's ridiculous. And yet Republicans are asleep at the wheel and say, I don't know, just let's let it play out. You know, so we have to wake up the Republican Party. I'm sure you have some colleagues that are going to stand with you, but we have to each Republican Georgia senator one by one. We need every county in Georgia. We need mass mobilization. This is the call to action. I just want you to riff on this. I'll be honest. I love the people of the state of Georgia. I love Georgia. But you guys have really disappointed in some ways in the last couple of years. It's a strange Republican apparatus. This is a chance for Georgia redemption. Yeah, no doubt.
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"Alan west if somebody wants to help you in Texas or outside of Texas where do they go They go to west the number four Texas dot com as west for Texas dot com and you're absolutely right We have a constitutional crisis here in the state of Texas in that you have a federal government a Biden administration that is violating the constitution It's the guarantee clause article four section four which says they are supposed to protect every state in the union from invasion So I know that they're concerned about 180,000 Russian troops but guess what Every month we get anywhere from 180,000 up to 200,000 illegals coming across the board and they're from a 150 different countries So this is not an immigration issue as an invasion issue and mayorkas the secretary of Homeland Security has told the border patrol not to do their job To tell them to not do their constitutional duty and protecting our sovereignty as a nation and of course our state was a 1254 mile border And then ice does not do any deportation So it is incumbent upon us based upon article one section ten clause number three of the constitution As a state there's actually been invaded when we are facing this imminent danger of being the number one state of humanist sex trafficking the fentanyl that has come across brought in from China We have got to do what is necessary to protect not just the state of Texas but every state in the union because we're starting to see this illegal immigration scourge spread out all across the United States of
Arizona AG Brnovich Issues Legal Opinion Declaring Border Crisis 'Invasion' Under Constitution
"Mark how are you sir Very good great one Thank you for having me on Mark It is my pleasure You've done something very very important respecting state sovereignty and immigration Mark I want you to explain that to the nation Basically we have just issued a formal legal opinion and basically the first of its kind that says that President Biden the federal government is failing to uphold its obligations under the U.S. Constitution And as you know Mark specifically article four section four says that the federal government has to protect us against invasion And the federal government is supposed to be doing dealing with national security border security and they have failed And as a result of that failure I believe our governor and any other governor can indeed say that there is an invasion going on and that I think will allow the states to have more authority and enforcing our criminal laws to help stem the tide of illegal drugs and all the gang of cartel activity that's happening along our southern border and as you know is affecting some of the other states because of the dramatic increase in fentanyl and methamphetamine coming into our
"four sections" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Three point two billion dollars in tax collections. Thirteen point five percent revenue growth. One point six billion dollars able to be put into reserves for rainy-day funds with two billion dollars already there. What do you do with the money. I think probably thing to do with the money in each of these states to reassert federalism to not be dependent on the federal government to essentially ignore the federal government. And take care of yourself. I i think it's become a necessary critical issue In large part it's become a necessary critical issue because the federal government is doing way more than it should and is running out of money. So i would encourage conservatives to be very vocal at the state level that you need to as a state start reasserting yourself with federalism. I mean look at article. Four section four. Let's let's let's go there. Article for section four of the united states constitution. The united states shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government and shall protect each of them from invasion on application of the legislature or the executive against domestic violence. The united states shall guarantee a republican form of government and the united states shall protect each state from invasion. The united states government is not protecting texas from invasion. There is a very clear invasion happening in texas. It is not an armed invasion of a hostile military bauer. It is still a an invasion. If the united states government is not going to act texas should act. The states around texas should help texas in fact georgia florida south carolina tennessee Trying to think who else Oklahoma nebraska arkansas missouri. They sit national guard troops to texas to help texas at the border because the federal government is not helping texas at the border. There needs to be a of the federal ballots and states. I think probably need to stand up at this point and say you know what The states do matter. We are semi sovereign entities. We are semi sovereign nations. We've seated limited powers to washington. Dc of those powers. Washington dc is failure the basics. They're barely delivering the mail on time and they're not protecting states from invasion from abroad so the state stand up and and take back control and stop acting like you're vassals of washington dc. You're not the left treats states as if they are subdivisions of the federal government..
"four sections" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"But i also know that in some places some of the covy relief has gone to actual physical equipment for the district to start bringing kids. Back in my. My district bought some buses because our bosses age doubt. And now we're going to be bringing kids back to school again and it was just necessary to do that so yeah i think you'll see a lasting impact but i think it's going to be several years out before we really start to say okay. It was that money that allowed us to do that. And that was the impact that it had. We could have a lot more good things happening for our infrastructure in michigan and across the nation. If the president's bill ever gets through the congress and it's interesting to know christine as we look at the polling on this bill the folks in washington really need to take a look at how their constituents feel about this because the support force overwhelming including among republicans The poll that were that. I'm looking at here. Broke down the bill into four sections repairs to existing energy infrastructure internet access rural communities public transit expansion clean energy technologies and just look eighty percent support repairs to existing energy infrastructure. Seventy eight percent. Rural communities seventy percent public transit as seventy percent clean energy. That's huge. These are huge numbers. And there's the the people who are opposing this plan. You know i accept. There are people who might oppose it like support the the fundamental philosophy behind it but oppose it for whatever reason but overall this is strong caucus opposition to this bill in terms of the republicans in dc. They're so out of touch with what these numbers are showing us. The other thing that the polling shows in section. That's not included in the story of from crooked media. But they they talked about this on their podcast is they pulled people on the various priorities. One of the highest priorities they felt was increasing taxes on corporations and the super wealthy to pay for these things that's incredibly popular across the across the board republicans independents and democrats all support. That and again. You've got virtually one hundred percent republican opposition for anything. That's going to make it harder. For jeff bezos and richard branson to go into space on their joyrides. The god forbid you should. You should tax them. You should tax amazon at all. And they don't even want the irs to have enforcement ability to enforce the current tax laws because that enforcement would be directed against the very wealthiest who have been. Shall we say skimping on their taxes for a long long time and taking advantage of loopholes because they simply don't have the resources to to get an audit on affect the irs. Does he didn't have the resources right now. To get refunds out. I know in my case. I filed my tax return which is very simple tax return in late march. I still haven't gotten my refund and here..
"four sections" Discussed on KFC Radio
"You know like blake griffin. I realize dave new durant like that. I don't think so either. But i guess after the rappaport thing happened. They were in contact. Yeah you really got to like shift. You're not dave anymore. It's like this new celebrities. So maybe like he doesn't nullum but he's got his number he was like i can text him like that sort of shit. So yeah some fucking big-time juicy gossip all with nba schedules. Instagram podcasts and strategies. Yeah draw the virgo. Yeah that was the virgo. Was smoking gun. That like you know that was That was the mayor of the town. That was the gun in the shed. The winstons cigarettes was was the virgo. It's unbelievable back to you And what is the second most electric game on the planet in Play hockey hockey is. It's sickening what it does to you. I can't even imagine being is is one of the great one of the greatest tweets on twitter is about playoff hockey. What's that it says. what is it. Why watch playoff hockey when you can snort cocaine and raido right a motorcycle out of a helicopter instead and yet still it is. It's still the second most electric game of all time because cross net game this cross net. Loss net bro. It's the world's first four square volleyball game. He did four. Remember four squares. A kid in recess. Yeah okay so now you take that but you also play volleyball with it so rather than just bouncing. Oh fuck no. I played this last summer. We we've played. I used to play this in gyms jeff with a gigantic ball. Like i'm talking huge. This ball was four. It was like it was like triple and exercise ball but it also weighed like a hundred pounds and like it took like a whole like we would split up our whole gym class into four sections james harrison with a medicine ball kind of took like twenty people like pushing it over the net. It was crazy. Obviously you can't do that. But cross net will allow you to play in sand grass or even on concrete or you can set it up in the pool if you're over at house and you want to get a little cross in that in while you're swimming so they got the h..
"four sections" Discussed on Section 138
"To episode one hundred twenty four section one thirty eight. I'm your host mark collie as always joined by our other hosts bryson and jacob. How're you guys well We got a lot to talk about today. But i'm i'm doing okay. You know very interested in a very excited record today for obvious reasons that will get into but overall doing okay jason. A road trip at four and two so it could have been worse but it was definitely a good step forward. It's going to be an action packed up. So i can already tell that yeah. They took two of three from the yankees. Then they take two of three from cleveland. Which charlie montoya seemed very proud of that fact they won. Eleven to two in a rain-soaked seven inning game. On friday off day on saturday with game being postponed and then sunday yesterday the doubleheader they take the first one four to one they lose the second one sixty five. And that's what we're going to be talking about mostly today jacob. How're you well. You listed all that. So i mean i'm not doing too well considering that little staff for people. Blue jays played five seven inning games in a row considering all the rainouts and whatnot. Which you know. It's kind of funny. They've played less innings. They should've which is good for the bullpen. But wasn't good enough. I guess but we'll we'll we'll get into that. The first team in major league history to play five consecutive senate. Seven games and the second team is going to be cleveland. Which i think is going to do it today. Because they have either double header today or tomorrow so today. It's it's a crazy time to be a baseball fan especially for the blue jays but yeah so just jumping right into it. Yesterday's game the blue jays. Al four zero going into the later innings. Bring in tyler chat would in the seventh. He walks bases loaded walks in iran to make it five to five. Finally charlie manteo brings an anthony castro to the bullpen. Castro does his job. He gets a sacked fly but that enza game walks it off for cleveland. There was no one warming in the bullpen. Before that charlie. Montayo couldn't have taken out tyler chitwood after he walked in after he walked three straight. Because there's no one warming in the bullpen. This move got. I think probably like the most criticism. I've ever seen against a blue jay manager in the time that i've been a fan. It's been pretty crazy. The amount of criticism that's been leveled onto montoyo. And he had a lot to say about it after the game. But i'll just play the clip from what he did say which is interesting. I'm sure there's gonna be a watch impact about it talking about just a one game two out of three from the yankees to other three from these guys and we're talking about one batting and you know what i'm saying. Yeah he could take him out all that stuff but he's one of our best relievers e you've got to trust somebody one time and let them get out of trouble but again it was a grotesque with the standing job to three hundred. Three doesn't get any better than that. Of course we could swept you. We got one more at one. Three more outs but didn't work out that way. So lots to pack their. What are your thoughts about this. The other people are lot. Lots of people are critical of the other moves. Montayo made removing stripling from the game early using upper fao. Jordan raimondo. in the first game. Personally i only blamed montevideo for the decision not to warm anyone up in the bullpen in that seventh inning. With toddler chat on the mound. That's where i stand..
"four sections" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com
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"four sections" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Burden right. Now can be your superpower but you have to stop being so Attuned attached to external outcomes and other people's definition of success. And you need to start listening to entrusting yourself instead of being so dictated around by fear self doubt imposter syndrome and allowing that to get in your way and keep you small right. So we've had a couple of other guests in the past talk about her syndrome so make sure in the show. Notes everybody for those who listen to podcasts that we connect you to those as well. I love one of the things i love about. The book melody is that you know. I always because i i read a lot always have but also because i get all these books about and then decide about who. I'm going to have show. One of the first thing to do is look at the table of contents right and so i looked at the table of contents of this book. I see that there are four chunks. And i think it's useful. I'm going to put them up on the screen for those were there. Watching and the four the four parts or the four sections of the book are self awareness self sabotage self confidence self growth. So do you want to speak to that sort of alcohol journey across those forty one. Speak to that just a little bit. Because i think it will give people a flavor of of maybe where we're heading with this conversation and maybe some questions that people might want. Wanna ask absolutely so the book really when i when i went into the process of writing it i. I'm a big reader as well. You can tell from behind me and i always get frustrated with books that start out with having you define your big y your purpose because i think this is true for many sensitive shriver's that we so many things that are getting in our way it's hard to access that higher level thinking about our biggest ambitions our purpose our our passions without first getting some of the self sabotage out of the way. I so that's exactly why. I wanted to sort of flip..
"four sections" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"College Board member Dave Hunt is facing a charge of commercial sexual solicitation. Portland Tribune reports. The 53 year old Democrat, was arrested April 28th during an undercover sexting operation of the Southeast Portland Hotel. He served his house speaker in the 9 4011 session. Washington Governor Jay Inslee has approved new rules for spectator events, allowing four sections with vaccinated people. Outdoor facilities can add vaccinated sections up to half capacity. Indoor facilities could have vaccinated Spectators up to half capacity, or 2000 People and Washington State Department of Corrections inmates will be able to have visitors again. Visitor program was stopped last year because of the pandemic. That's a look at the latest news on Philip Dash News radio 11 90 K E X. No place like a cowboy place in the time, like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy can today? Yeah, when you're all that hope crowd boys contained that cowboy ground. No way like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy candidate. Yeah. Like to have a big time drive the new big Sky burger every way. Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings American cheese in spicy barbecue sauce on a corn dusted Kaiser bun ain't no way like the cab one way and a song like a cowboy song. Have a cowboy kind of running away. Going wrong..
"four sections" Discussed on Real Monsters
"These questions was acceptable to him and it was. It was vital to him that not a single person volunteered to leave or was able to communicate with the delegation to ask to leave. It was telling them on. Pbs street getting an rc. Yeah we were trying to play a section of the fbi desktop. Yeah but actually had four sections of we're going to play that such as technology. Yeah i thought i could have. I thought i had that set up to to to work but only could see. It couldn't hear it unfortunately see oh and it was friday. November seventeenth was when they actually left georgetown for jonestown. Wright they charted a small plane twin engine turboprop and flew the hundred fifty odd miles to the airstrip. Yep they did and of course when this happens jones falls back on message. Saying the government's coming and this time he adds no. It's a cia conspiracy to kill us right. It's always it's always somebody else. Yep and just like the woman in the clip..
"four sections" Discussed on A New Direction
"Include. At microsoft ace hardware nfl network. Ea sports yuki activision jet blue anymore. He lives in florida with his wife and his his two sons. And his young son and to bernie. Doodles name pause and waylon jennings ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome to the show and welcome to new direction nearby. Schon welcome near. Thanks for having me man. Excellent intro by the way thank you thank you. I appreciate that. That's been something we started as the very beginning of the show three years ago and It's something that has caught on with a lot of guests that come onto the go. You know what. I actually had guests said. I'm stealing that. Put it on my show. Yeah it's food for thought it kind of sets up the table. If you will kneel you're about t- let's talk about this creator mindset because the creator mindset is not something that we think about and you know you talk about. You're going to talk about this. But we kind of have a misconception of what we think. Creativity and being creative is Because we talk about this in the book the creator mindset that You know so often we. We pair creativity with art which is just such a bad thing to do. But you start the book and the introduction that there's a crisis this is what you said you said there's a crisis occurring in most businesses. Chris today and that crisis is a stark lack of creativity. The fact remains that the vast majority of people today are operating at after half of their potential. Let's let's let's start there and let you kind of expand that a little bit further. Yeah definitely so. I feel and i've seen this. You know i've i've had my own businesses. I've run businesses for others That we are not really using our full potential as human beings especially in our businesses and our products and services. Were just not using our full god-given potential to evolve houston hannity to the next level. What ends up happening is. We don't have that cure for cancer. We don't have the woman landing on mars. We don't have the amazing potential that humanity has uae because we haven't taken creativity an elevated it to that same level of analytics and you know i forgot what the numbers were there in the book but you have most businesses failing within a few years of starting ryan. You have a lot of people unhappy in their career path. A lot of businesses. You know wondering how they can get to the next level. How can they make more sale and for me. All of this boils down to at some point. It all boils down to the fact that we need to become more creating. so let's talk. Let's talk about creativity with stuck about chapter one By the way the book is divided up into four sections folks. It's it's a fabulous book About chapter when it's called creativity for non creative people and you said the first and most important step in this process of believing everything about creativity can be learned. This is an interesting place to start with. That creativity can be learned. Why is that such an important part for the creator mindset. So i feel that everybody would born creative everyone every man woman and child and i've actually done research about it looked outside the us. Southeast asia africa Problem solving attributes of children are always creative.
"four sections" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"It becomes not much harder to grow. Because you made the you tired too. Many people want follow the enough to fast adding ten people to a team of one. Hundred is ten percent growth but any ten people to a team of ten is one hundred percent growth. You just doubled insides. Remember when you're small adding ten you can't just add people like when you're a bigger company thousand people you can add one hundred people in the restaurant. 'cause you're already but i didn't realize it was my first real startup done. I didn't realize that i might engineers were complaining. Because they were overloaded. Right three engineers. We were scaling all these issues. I was like okay. I told them. I didn't tell them to hire ten. People just said higher whatever people you need and they didn't really understand and i didn't understand that hiring. Too many people too fast was the wrong way to fix. I didn't know that until you you've just mentioned it now and i'm sure a lot of people were okay so before we wind up show. Let's let's review your book I'll just. I'm not going to go through a whole table of contents because there's quite a few so i'll just go for the four sections which is launching a start up venture capital raising venture capitals which oversees big one as well bruce bootstrapping it guerrilla marketing and growth. Hack in which is what. We're just kind of what we're talking about now. Isn't it really And i've heard of pat gray lamarcus. Maybe you can elaborate a bit more than that scaling up again..
"four sections" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"And with me on this episode is the chairman and ceo of a space one of the world's leading incubators and accelerators. Wonderful to be here. Yeah crispy and you have a book by Cuttings which is about to launch his new book surviving starts starts surviving estan which is a question. Why do over ninety percent. Of startups powell. So steve huffman. Yes wonderful for you to join me again in his sherry so happy to be back so why does over ninety percent of starts spell. Well let me talk about it. So first of all your most startups fail because the entrepreneurs wack resilience and i know the theme of the show is resilience and that. Why can't go off topic sometimes but always bring it back to some of resilience. Yeah that's why name the book surviving starter so hard to do a startup. i mean people don't realize until you try it because if something will go can go wrong does go wrong all of the things you know. It's if it's not one thing it's another thing really only the founders who have mastered resilience can bounce back in going you know when they get knocked flat on their back over and over again. Yeah absolutely and I mean see sports with jen. Also general theory. Melissa kate and lot of businesses use the same kind of mentality from sports. It's translated into businesses. Well and of course resilience still comes in there because it's not plain sailing in for best team in the world you the best boss. Wherever they're gonna go through some form of either a bad season or a bad game they still go pick themselves up and sometimes you know coming from behind will excel in on. This is the same even the best players in the world that they can. You know damn hurt their back. They can look to tiger woods right. That's and he's a businessman yet. You never know what's going to happen right so unless you have resilience you can't be the best and you can't be your best. Yeah absolutely so. We're still a question. Why ninety percent of the business found me. And obviously we cited resilience. And i know in your book is quite quite detailed actually in the content. So you have four sections before go into contents right. So you've named. Yeah so let me tell you why they fail okay the startups only fail when the founders give up like honestly you never fail if the founders don't give up because you just keep going like this fight everything to keep going and so really at the end of the day it comes down to the founder will to keep going and when they no longer believe in themselves then they you know they throw in the towel enough and i know that feeling. It's really really hard at certain times. It seems like the world is stacked against you. But you know you look at people like you on. Musk you know. Even with tesla and even like one of the most amazing entrepreneurs in the world almost went bankrupt like four time yes and even at problems in his private life is which of course is right.
"four sections" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"I had breakfast in Lebanon, Indiana an honor of Rick Mount once don't work. I always try to pay homage to the you know to the one of the greatest thought I had breakfast there to a Plymouth, you know, so, you know, anyway, that's a given so so we'll go through a couple of things. So here I am. Now and there's no feel to it yet. There's no atmosphere again, you know, I walked around yesterday and you know, they're having a total Bob of twenty-five media for every month. That's all there is five. Feet Riders might be read as free Odd Couple National people twenty five people total. So there's no there's no fans here yet. Okay again, it's still Thursday Thursday morning. Like we're a little bit early. We'll see what it's like next time. I talked to you. I'll have a lot more information about like the atmosphere and everything like that. But the most interesting thing for me yesterday was I walked over the baseball field Victory Field the right, right? Yeah. Tell me what what it's going to look like. It looks like so all the hotels the great thing about Indie if people don't know for the final four is dead. It's so condensed. Everything is a ten-minute walk no matter where right so that's beautiful so you can get around really easy all the hotels. So Bob on one hand, I'm like this could be the they should do this in the future when when life gets back to normal. Imagine having all 68 teams and what the atmosphere would be in this city if you had all 16 games here like it would be for me. It's like a playground because I got every coach here. I could see them in their hotel rooms. I could you know, like I could get so much done here, but obviously right now they're only allowed out of their hotel rooms to go to practice to go to games and to go to Victory Field. They have time slots. So I went over there yesterday. I know if you saw them, but but I took some pictures and took some videos from Beyond the fence of the field is split up into like three or four sections. So you've got like teams playing badminton whoop-ass Consin their staff was playing badminton their players were thrown around the football then you had like Texas's playing kickball they have spiked ball, so they got all these things off. and like like, you know, they they're escorted from their hotel. There. They get a however long it is a half an hour or whatever do whatever they want. Then they go back to get us started back and like the wreck time at the person walking the yard kind of did have a little bit of effort by the way. I got to tell you a quick Victory Field. I've been there for a couple of games and in one of them through Henson hit the game-winning home run in the 12th inning really for the for the Columbus. Wow, one of my Milestone games. They'll be recorded in my forthcoming book off of quarterback talented Quarterback Tom Brady. Yeah, that's right. That's right. Yeah crazy. I saw this game winning homerun in the 12th inning..
"four sections" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show
"Side. It is the doing side and so this is the list of all the dewey that creates a successful business. So we're going to run down this list and again in the masterclass for Being doing authentic ambitious businessmen app. We are so the first thing there were four sections. Can i've had a couple of teachers. The different things. But i have a couple of teachers that talk about these four distinct blocks of your business to the first one is your marketing. Who are you selling to. I used to think that who did it. Matter i can just fling the spaghetti out into the world. And now i see that really knowing who my people are which also really knowing who i am and the more i be me and speak to you the better. It all works Exposure so many people build a service. This is not if you build it. They will come. If you build it and market zealot they will come so exposure frequency and intensity. We'll talk more about that class and then always service the sale. How can we connect give our clients that experience working with us without having to i'm cold work with each other cold working in professional services really difficult because it's not just a product. It's actually a relationship and most of my clients are either. Coaches realtors photographers. Marketing people creatives on the creative sometimes do have a product but even the photographers that have a product right. There's a relationship there so service before the sale so marketing who your target market your exposure the frequency intensity visibility right. that's one of our mindset things because a lot of people really want to have somebody come knock on their door but they don't wanna be visible right so the second one is sales. This is one of the biggest where i see. I see. People are happy to jump on the marketing train. They're happy to jump on social media and social media market. But i see people falling behind on the sales piece or ignoring the sales skills. That's actually how. I became a coach. I started out as a sales coach for real estate agents so for sales we are going to our for sales under. Sales is prospecting connecting. And so yes. I'm using traditional sales language. Because i want soulful people to reclaim the space of soulful sales. I do not want to have the out there to get all the sales language. We can make new meaning for prospecting connecting. What are your sales activities How you create clients cultivate clients and then making offers and invitations making offers invitations and then a soulful way of I don't even want to call it handling objection but educating your clients. The next quadrant is delivery delivery. This is the part y'all love to everybody loves to deliver. But nobody wants to do the marketing sales operations delivery are your skills your skills and your systems. What skills do you have in. Are you cultivating so one of the things that even after fifteen years is slow down to one of the things. I'm focusing on studying studying right now studying professionally. I'm studying leadership leadership qualities. I'm studying specifically how to help. My clients become better leaders not just my own intrinsic leadership and then personally are also studying caring too much. I'm studying with a coach about starting with a coach about Going even deeper into emotional work trauma informed in myself in others. So your delivery your skills and then your systems or systems or the way that you deliver your services then. The last quadrant of the ambition side. The doing side is your operations and this is one that a lot of online business owners can get away with not really setting things up and i tell you when you when you said this stuff up when you set this stuff up. Don't wait to start your business but when you set this stuff up begins to hold space for the creative in the delivery right it begins to hold the others so number one is finances you guys. I have my irs checks. I have one for what. I didn't pay in quarterly so i've already paid my quarterly. Have a little bit more of a balanced. Do that means. I made more money that last year. And i have first quarter for next year already submitted. Just got the e file thing today. I am done with my taxes. And i have money left over in my tax savings account. I am ahead of the game. Because i finally quit avoiding this in my business. So you're Tracking your expenses tracking your income. Implementing profit i tracking tracking tracking fall. In love with your money begins to have a relationship with the money aspect of your business begin to get very clear with your goals. I love having a vision but really thinking about your pricing etc. The other part of operations is your team and your support Many of you know that the last two years. I have really deepened into allowing high level support. I have a bookkeeper. I have the very first thing. I got was a cpa. He's been with me for seventeen years. He actually i. Might i real estate. A code to the cpa. So coaches cpa. Got bookkeeper about five or six years ago our had. Va assistance. But right now. I have. I have full on concierge and va assistant. I have a marketing team. And i have a producer and i have a writer. My marketing team Call it. I call it producing. So i have somebody that produces the audio but also have somebody on my marketing team. That watches everything i do and say and she creates content that like on the week of the storm's my brain was managing my own addiction to doing and was like. Oh no this is care of. We wrote this last month. And so it's kind of nice to have a combination of organic content. Which i love creating organic content and team created content that supports me when my organic his offer rocker and then finally systems systems..
"four sections" Discussed on Ghost Town
"The cia as outdoor secret. I'm rebecca leave. I'm jason horton and this is a ghost town. Cryptos sculpture located on the grounds of cia headquarters created by sculptor. Jim sanborn installed in nineteen ninety. This thousands of characters they contain encrypted messages in four sections three have been solved. The fourth section consists of ninety seven characters which remains on solved. This is cryptos. i love. I love this one. I find something to be so interesting. Can you imagine being the person hired to create the sculpture. And how much goes into it and how indicative it is of the mystery that surrounds the cia. Looked pretty much everything else. It's incredible especially because it's under lock and key very secretive. It's all hush hush but right in the front right there. It's there for really anyone to try to crack this code and they've been cracking the code since it's been installed only when you solve all four sections can you solve cristos. I again just the idea of having a coded sculpture outside. The cia is so fucking cool. I love it so much. I love the people probably work for such a long time to crack each quadrant. But of course want remains unsolved. That's for you listener. You're just solve a real quick when you have a minutes to let us know jim. Sanborn worked with the employees ed. She'd from pronouncing that right to come up with the cryptographic systems on the sculpture. It's twelve foot high. It's made of copper granite and wood and it kind of looks. I kind of almost a computer paper kind of woven. It looks really cool and it just has a bunch of rando letters. Sorry to get technical everybody. That's what's on there and each section is separate and how you decide how you're gonna crack this code is really up to the person trying to do it. And there's been different methods to crack different things. And according to sanborn the sculpture contains a riddle within a riddle which will be solvable. After only all four encrypted passages have been deciphered..
"four sections" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"No, that's fucking there! It's It's so pitiful. And I guess Jennifer Rubin then seconded the motion that fool from the Washington Post. Didn't mention that in my in my post, but you're absolutely right Jennifer Room, but it was just the worst of the worst. You know the pretend she still pretending to be some kind of conservative? I don't know. I think she's I think she's given that up, although that's how what they hired her for the first place. Yeah, she jumped yet What that a whole lot of people, including Ted Cruz pointed out that the line comes from Shakespeare from Macbeth, and Faulkner used it as a reference in the title of the sound of the theory. And so Andrea Mitchell being just slightly chastened by people, pointing out that her attempt to dunk on Ted Cruz was a fail. She then responded and said, I clearly studied too much American literature and not enough Macbeth. My apologies to Senator Cruz. What's funny about that, Howie? This is the real point of my post is, you know she studied too much American literature like she's a falconer expert, right? Well, anybody who knows anything about Faulkner, who knows anything about that book understands where the title comes from, because because the Shakespeare quote from Macbeth Shakespeare wrote. Life is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury, signifying nothing very famous line. Very famous, right, right. And the reason yes. Yeah, exactly that no one went up there with toil and trouble you know, with the witch is the beginning of the rabbit, Right? Right, right, right. And but But But the reason why Faulkner chose that line for the title of his book, the sound and the fury Is because that book is in three or four sections. The first section is written by or you know, narrated by our inside the head of a character named Benji, who is mentally deficient. He's referred to as an idiot. In fact, in the in the book, So the first part of the book You see the world through the eyes of Benji a lot of the time. He doesn't understand what he's seeing, but from his description you do understand you. He doesn't get it, but you do and this is like you said the golf game. She doesn't know what golf is all about, but he explains it, and you want everybody else understands it and gets it. Except for Andrea Metro. Exactly, And so that's the reference. That's the point and anybody who ever studied Faulkner had said that if you were a freshman in college and taking in English class, and they read this out of the theory of the very first thing that professor would tell you is where the title comes from, and why it's so relevant to the book. Right. And, you know, just because you know you you you are. I have read Macbeth and or Faulkner. That doesn't make us a better person that someone who hasn't but On the other hand, if you try to dunk on somebody, and you don't know it that made that definitely makes you a worse person than the person you're trying to dunk on. I think exactly right. There's no reason why anybody has to know Shakespeare has to though factor, But don't pretend you do you know when you don't and by the way, Andrea Mitchell turns out wasn't an English major, and that's kind of embarrassing. But there's a bigger point here, Holly and it's one that I've made over and over again. Over the years on power line reporters, journalists, you know, they pose as people who are smarter than we are right. They're always trying to educate us. They think we're rubes. They're always trying to explain why we're wrong and trying to teach us to be better. And the fact is, they don't know anything. For years. I cruise the corrections section of the New York Times and my My Spare time and the correction that I would put up the corrections on power light and talk about him and what you realized when you do that for a while. If the errors that these people would make Things like mathematics, science, history, literature, you name it unbelievable Ignorance shining through in the pages of The New York Times, and that was what made me first begin to wonder.
"four sections" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Mean. It's a noble task going in on this alone. I give you give you much credit. Here somebody's gotta do it. So what is the argument can. Can you break it down for us. I know it's very thorough. So you can take. You can take a piece by piece so we can talk about share share. I'll just Basically the argument in the petition is set forth a under four sections section wind argues so there is a religious exemption to these mask to these mass mandates. That's essentially verbatim statewide so all of the Political subdivisions with withdrawal call. Arizona law cities counties towns They all have a religion religious exemption to the mass requirement. So the first argument raised Is an end. All of the claims that i've raised are brought under the constitution. I have not raised any claims under the us constitution and that was deliberate I i'm i don't want this to federal court. This needs to staines. Federal courts are loath to rule on issues. That essentially only pertained to states' rights tenth amendment. So keeping us out of federal court is is really mandatory in this so the first argument is that religious exemption provisions of the mask requirement violates two separate clauses of there's our constitution violates equal privileges and immunities clause and violating it's The local were special laws. Clause and essentially. What that means is that the arizona privileges and immunities clause is much more stringent than the fourteenth amendment. So it'd be the arizona Causal the fourteenth amendment's but courts have repeatedly. I recognized this fact on essentially Religious exemption creates two separate classes are individuals One class of individuals is required to follow this law under penalty of arrest and imprisonment. Fine criminal record you know this. This is a severe injury that this represents chrome arrest and prosecution while another segment of individuals. Strictly by virtue of their religion does not have to follow this And you know one could raise an argument of you know well people that are not able to do this. Religiously should not be subject to that mask requirement and i. I don't argue that the that you know that. That's not the case. I explicitly set forth a pretext julie to the argument that i do not in any manner assert that the face covered is constitutional or that i started. The religious attention at self is unconstitutional. Issue is simply whether or not a religious exemption as it's applied violates the arizona constitution does so basically summarizing that argument the equal privileges and immunities clause is subject to strict scrutiny. That is the highest level of scrutiny. When looking at the constitutionality of the law in arizona spring chorus allen repeatedly that equal privileges and immunities fundamental rights. Triggering sturt strict scrutiny. So to survive strict scrutiny. The state has to show that the statute or in this case the The order the mandate is necessary to achieve the compelling state interest by the least restrictive means critically available and that is not the case. Furthermore if there is not a legitimate basis for the classification in this case afterward the mask and those who do not because of their religion. There's not a legitimate basis for this classification wore the classification does not further the goal. It was intended to achieve and this is key. It is in constitutional so based upon that the objectives of the face covering requirement. Is you know supposedly to prevent the spread of covid. Nineteen that's the purpose of the face covering requirement so the religious exemption is irrelevant to the achievement of that objective in fact appears to work in the opposite direction so because of this arbitrary classification between persons who are required to wear a mask and those who are not and that does not advance a legitimate interest of the state and its tax actually appears to directly contrary to their stated legitimate purpose. It's unconstitutional. that's just. It's just how it is for the same reason as i just explained the local mask. Mandates also violate article two section nineteen on the constitution. Which is the local or special laws caused. That's essentially the same You know the same argument floor. Equal privileges and immunities but it has to do directly with municipalities and so essentially prevents municipalities from granting special or exclusive privileges to any individual or group and. That's exactly what's here with the religious exemption. That's a granting of special or exclusive privileges. I e you're not subject to arrest for not wearing a mask and so for that. Reason violates both of those causes years constitution just as to the religious exemption and you've cited other other cases right other case law. Yeah i i- i extensively extensively sites sport these cases just on a religious exemption eyesight. I wanna say at least ten cases most it's arizona supreme court. Some record of appeals but almost all of them are arizona supreme court. So i mean my arguments have very very well supported It's it's you know there's just there's no causal justification for the religious exemption in their mask requirement and like i said i'm not opposed i'm not opposed to the religious exemption. That's not something that i'm saying. That is in fact unconstitutional or that. The mask requirements. but that. but i'm not raising. Those are the arguments raising our other. Ones that i've sat for not tears by by by by taking that down to taking that aspect on tears away.
"four sections" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
"That i've seen before in it. But the lead. I've seen her before carey mulligan but i couldn't place her anyway. Previews are very misleading. And that's what i like about the movie it. What you think it's about it's not. It's not predictable. In any way it's mainly about a woman who seeks revenge on people that have wronged her friend her friend was sexually assaulted and later died and she seeks revenge and everyone who had something to do with them and it's just sounds like a thriller all around but it's very comedic. It's dark comedy there in that movie very well put together main characters very smart and i'll give you some pieces about it and you could see from there what you'd think so at the very beginning. She's she goes to these clubs by herself and she gets wasted and of course guys come over to our or the quote unquote nice is guy comes over to her and shows concern and offers to take her home and she goes home with them. The first guy goes home with them. Now he's a nicest guy out of the bunch because they're all real slimy of talking about her and she's like no. I want to go over and did it. A you know so. He appears to be the nice guy. takes her home in a lift. And he's like you know what the pass by my place. So i did it okay. So she goes to his place any operas her more liquor and then he starts turning into the typical guy who take advantage over and gets her on a bed much use wasted out of her mind and then he gets to the point of taking her clothes off and then she sobers up. Quick scares the shit out of them out of me too. Because i'm like whoa. I thought she was so it was it was. It was really a enact and she does this a couple of times with guys to show that none of these guys newer name where she lived what she did for a living. They were just interested in taking advantage of someone who was drunk and at first. I'm like okay. i know this can't be with. The movie is about taking it. You know trying to pretty much use people who are using you but it really broken up into four sections the movie. She talks about why she does that. And it's because her friend was attacked and she lives with her parents. She is almost thirty. Isn't seeing anyone works in a coffee shop and you know or parents are like okay. What are you going to do with your life. You were in med school great. They give her a suitcase for birthday hint hint. And you know she's like she's just not seeing anybody you know that. She drops out of med school because that's where her friend was attacked. Dropped out to take care of her and her friend later died so she finds out from this guy who's interested in her cozy by the coffee shop that his friend was getting married. And that name clicks. That name was someone who was involved in her friends. What happened to a friend. So everyone that like. I said the dean of the school. I wanna say this was a lawyer brought mistaken on the case at the time She goes back and talks to them and everybody plays you know everybody plays like. They knew they don't quite remember what happened and fast forward. She finds out from this guy. Well no okay fast-forward. She learns that the guy who attacked her friend is getting married so and she also learns that the guy who she's false for had something to do with it as well so she blackmails him. She saw video of what happened and dresses up as a stripper. A nurse goes to the bachelor party of the main guy who attacked get him alone. Chains him to the bed tells him who she is. He's very apologetic and she decides to seek revenge and carve. Her name is chest. he breaks free with one. Out of one chain. Smothers were with a pillow and has very drastic. It's very how he kills her because she doesn't die for a long time. So you're sitting there watching this long drawn out scene and so his friends who were wasted or downstairs. They do nothing about it until the next day they come upstairs she still on the bed with him dead. And he's half chained to the bed and the guys would have happened. He's like it was an accident. It was an accident so they got to get rid of the body. They wind up burning her body and the only person that knew she was there was the guy that she was saying. So parents know nothing about it and cops go and talk to the woman. I mean they go and talk to the guy that she was saying course. He doesn't fess up. He says well yeah. I remember saying that she.
Defisafety: Quality Audits on Smart Contracts in the Ethereum Community With Rex Hygate
"I actually started looking at three right after the Dow which was really cool. But and I just looked and then in early twenty, eighteen, some People from consensus reached out to me, and we were chatting about unrelated things. But they said if I wanted to do something I should go to Hath on. So I went to at Denver in two, thousand, eighteen and there I meant Bryant and we started secure dot org which was focused on software process. Documentation for making. blockchain software because we saw a lot of similarity some an aerospace guy. We saw a lot of similarities between aerospace and we started focusing on that. and. That went through twenty eighteen and then kind of fizzled crypto winter and such, and then defy safety. Dot Com is a covid inspired business because I got. Finished with my day job and suddenly had a whole bunch of time and. I wanted to see how I could contribute in. In blockchain as it was coming up and I'm not really a financial guy, I'm not a coder. So I took the roots of. The. Concept of secure breath looking at the the the testing process in the coating process and the documentation process and from that I came up with. The idea of defy. Safety. Score through a device safety audit and I invented the process and in July we went live and I think we've got twenty three audits completed now. What's in these audits? Can you tell us so? The audits are a sequence off questions in four sections. I look at the executing code, the code on the blockchain, and it's things like is the code there can people see the addresses and I only look at publicly available? On its publicly available information. So information on the website on the get hub medium articles but stuff that. A user can easily find if So I. DON'T I try not to look at private stuff and then it's is the code being used as it verified does it match what's in the Software repository is a software repository healthy that's one section. And then encodes in documentation rather it's like. Is there a white paper? Are the requirements documented like have? They said this is what the thing does it a separate document other than the code. And does the requirements or that that documentation fully relate to the code? And then is sufficiently detailed in in comments in the code and is possible the. Aerospace real aerospace like thing. Can you trace from the software from the requirements to the code and to the test like did they put it traceability and that's something that I would say most people don't do yet. And then I have a set of questions for testing and a set of questions for arts. and. And who's the main audience for both like consuming these things as well as going out in like purchasing these things. So, the main audience are users of defiant products and it gives a level of trustworthiness of the code and down in one number percentage and a color red yellow green. So. That's my main target market. So that people have an idea of whether or not you should trust A. Particular application are they being public? Are they showing their? all the information that a normal. As during product would show. and. The obvious question here, which I would ask if I was listening to this or thinking about getting one is, what's the turnaround price of something like this like what was as a user? If I, if I care about our project I, don't understand. Potentially due diligence, but I'd like someone to help me do it. And I want to maybe invest I would like some stronger confidence interval. On something like that like. How soon, I'm going to be able to get that if I come to you and how much it cost is it worth it for me to do that if I'm going to invest in something. So we're still we've only been doing this for two months. So wouldn't say we've got a real market price. It will be under five. K.. And generally results can be done in about a week. Depending on how many people in what I'm working on at the time big. Roughly, so it's a relatively quick process and it's not a an awful lot of money in order to be able to go through the whole process and what comes out is a report. Detailed report looking at each one and then You know you can for a developer wants to improve. You can sit back and talk about it and and. Often there's very simple ways to improve. Sometimes if you're looking at adding documentation to your code, it's we'll take a real investment in.
Better know a distribution: the Poisson distribution
"Hey Katie Hey ben I am wondering if there's anything fishy about what we're GONNA be talking about today. I really had to fish around for ideas for today's episode. Oh God you know French to actually. I don't know French the posts on distribution all right. The only reason that I know of that term is From the Little Mermaid. Of course yes. Yeah yeah absolutely. You're listening to literate aggressions yes. So this is a probability distribution this all about fish No it's not But the push on distribution is actually a thing that if you're into statistics or statistic related fields you should know about okay was Was this person this person. Yes someone someone puts on. I believe that was probably his name. I'm assuming one. Yeah Okay someone franchise say I don't have to have this in my notes. Sorry okay this is just the question I have is. If your last name is puts on does that is that like your last name is fish. Yeah or or is spelled slightly differently or the same spelling all right Mr Fish all right Tillis was on distribution. I'm so this is I don't know maybe a little bit dry. What kind of both. We'll try to punch it up with some fun use cases here. This can be a long twenty. It's going to be running in looking for ways to connect to the point of this. Episode is the push on distribution has actually really handy to know for certain types of modeling that you might WanNa do. It's one of the more kind of applicable mental models that you can have for certain types of data distributions. So when do you want to use this? So this is a probability distribution that is best for as of the model for the number of times that an event occurs in an interval of time or space so anytime you WanNa make some kind of estimate about the distribution of events occurring in time or space. You should be thinking about the distribution so I guess I'm not quite following distribution like a normal distribution or something like that but is it just like a different shape that you would see. Yeah exactly yes. So so I can imagine a normal distribution in my head. It's it's commonly referred to as a bell curve. It's just it's kind of like I don't know if you if you were to make a if you were to draw a hat. But you were to draw like a smooth curvy line we kinda curve upward and then taper off at the top and curved back downward taper off at the end to make fun of the Rim of the hat yes so good example of something that might be normally distributed in real life is. I don't know probably the heights of people for the most part You know the average lists the average height of women is something like five foot six inches. Maybe and then there's You know roughly equal numbers of women. Who are you know five foot five or five foot seven? There's also women who are five foot four and five foot eight but smaller numbers of them. And then you start to get out into the tales of distribution. You get people who are much shorter much. Taller height is literally exactly a normal distribution. But that's that's an example of the kind of thing we're talking about normal distribution. Yeah maybe it's not symmetrical but yeah okay. So I've got this image in my head of what a normal distribution looks like what does on distribution look like. I really want to say a fish. I I just I guess. It does not like like a fish. It does not looking at fish so it depends a little bit on the parameters of the distribution by that. I mean I said that this is the distribution that you want when you're modeling the Events that happen in time or space and if that event is very rare or relatively rare than the ponders has a certain shape. And if it's very common then it will have a different shape. So that's what I mean by. It depends on the parameters. This is same functional form but it depends on the numbers a little bit so let me give an example. Here that will help. Maybe build a little bit of intuition for when you might use this. So do you watch soccer? The one with the hands with the feet with the feet south. Actually if I asked you if you've watched football would make sense but now I think Oh. No I'm telling you that I mean the answer was going to be no no matter what you said but yeah. I guess I just learned something. Okay well you know how. Soccer soccer is a game two teams. They tried to kick a ball into the net. And so it's kind of similar to hockey or something like this My point is that it's it's the one that I mean where there's usually like on average a few goals per game right. Oh okay so we're very. The events are very rare over the course of like a game or really any meaningful Measure of time. Yeah they're comparatively rare and so one of the things that might be Or that is push on distributed is. What's the number of goals in a World Cup match or distributed over all the World Cup matches? And so what you can do to. This is distributed as a croissant distribution where the event is a goal and in in particular. There are a few features of this that. Make it a good problem that that are characteristic of the times when you would want to use it was on distribution so the first thing is that the number of times something occurs has to be an integer. So we can't say something like there's two point one goals that occurred in this game either two or three. So number one has to be injure number of events number two. The events should be independent so the fact that a goal was just scored should not make any more less likely that another goal is scored in any particular interval of time. And you can make an argument for something like soccer whether that's really the case yet. But that's usually it's close enough to being the case that That this applies here and this makes it a good example number three that the rate is constant of the events happening so out measured over long enough time periods. You would see more or less Steady rates but you just don't know when The events are going to happen so another. Good example is like busts bus arrivals at a bus stop you know. On average that Buses are supposed arrive at a constant rate. But exactly when anyone bus arrives. Who knows and sometimes they can get bunched up. And so I guess being bunched up would make it. Not a good percent distribution. But if they're not actually like influencing each other in the traffic patterns than they would be pretty independent if you assume that they're not doing anything to try to either bunch them up or space them out then buses or a good example for poussin distributions as well And then the last assumption is that you cannot have two events at literally the same time you can have them happen very quickly one after the other but each one you can only have one event at a time so you can't have literally two buses at the same stop at the same time. You can't have literally two goals at the same time. So those are those are the four sections of the distribution and those are all held by the held close enough by the World Cup example. Here so what you could do. Is You back you look at all the World Cup matches you measure on average? How many goals occur in a match and so sometimes you'll see that the score. Let's say that there can't be any ties that in the case of a tie they'll play to tie break. So in some cases there can be scores like one nothing or two to one and those are relatively common There's about two and a half goals per game on average if you're look over the entire distribution so most of the time there's between two and three goals On average that are that are being. Well I don't know if that's not exactly the same thing
Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax is now under intense pressure to resign
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Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wheeled into courtroom
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IBM's $34 billion bid for Red Hat could be 'game changing,' Wall Street predicts
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