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"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:46 min | 5 d ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Get to Frank Hahn with details frank, Melissa, ferrick shares more than eight and a half percent higher after really delivering for investors beautiful revenue profits more than eighty percent above estimates. As you mentioned, the earnings call started at five thirty, the company saying it's not giving any guidance because of the uncertain environment while still forecasting a record-setting peak co at Smith, he did give some insight into the company's preparations for the development and distribution of the covid nineteen back seen that discussion still going on the call right now. So taking a deeper look at this quarter that just passed the driver here was really. Residential delivery the majority of that handled by ground revenues improving thirty six percent year-on-year with a thirty, one percent increase in volume and the majority of that believed to be residential delivery which according to Dora estimates is a third less profitable than B., to B. Expressing, sing sing digit increases in revenue and volume as well. prepackaged numbers that many expected to be hurt by presidential delivery. Also showing the ground is the driver for Fedex ground revenue rising two percent per piece express falling by two percent. However, the big number that tells you just how good this quarter really was overall margin that dramatically improved from five point seven percent a year ago the better than eight percent this quarter, I think Fedex. has figured out how to make money on all this BTC delivery Becker also, thank thank you frank home the details on Fedex and that had been the problem on the mix wasn't conducive to an improvement in operating margins, and here we are franken mention eight and a half percent, an operating margins, and that was way better than analysts had expected in the ballpark of around six percent. Tama gotta go to you on this. Look Vindication, for Fred, Smith and Co, and exactly that I mean the consensus around five and a quarter on operating margin. So yield improvements beat AC-, which is a bigger part of the mix as discussed is important also not lost in this, but maybe it was because annually they tend to raise their prices but they raise prices ground and express on Monday and they raised him at the high end of the range especially on. Express. So they're getting what they need the improvement in the overall yield. Remember this is the stock that fell sixty five percent again from that John. Eighteen blow off top for markets and also certainly Uber cyclicals and it's now one hundred, sixty percent off the floor. It led the economy on the way down What's it telling on the way up it certainly telling you it's much better run company and I stay long yeah guy. And he tempts been spot on Karen as well. I'll say this in Tim knows this level of at now sort of this to sixty three levels where topped out in January, two, thousand and eighteen and margins were fantastic especially, the express, which is there obviously the mother of the business but with that said at a certain point, valuation catches up and this stock is now. Up from a ninety dollars level you see where we're trading now. So I think if even this ride I think might not be a bad time to take some money off the table enough the ex macario. Do you think about x is telling you something about the broader economy I mean if you're a believer in Dow theory, some people are out there you might think so. Well I'm not sure if it's a a great sign for the sheer fact that we know they're going to have an increase in BTC business for the sheer fact that everyone's ordering online because they can't go to the stores I think is things start to open up maybe we see that shift back more towards the story that we saw previously the reason that we don't own it and it's what frank was talking about the BBC is a smaller margin business and we didn't like the. Way. The valuation was playing out. So it's not something that we've known I. Think we might see a pullback as everything starts to open back up. So we're going to wait and see if we can get a better evaluation play on this name coming up Walmart's long anticipated competitor to Amazon. Prime is finally live but is the retail giant really poised to take ecommerce crown will break that down plus take a look at our Kramer. Cam The see of lanar joins Jim Tonight.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

07:26 min | Last month

"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Welcome back to fast money we've got a pair of earnings alerts for you take two and Virgin Galactic both on the move after reporting results frank. Collin to standing by Virgin Galactic but we start with Josh Lipton on take to Josh. So most I checked him with Michael Pact rover Wedbush covered this name in this industry for a long time to get his two cents a pack there would certainly point that seventy five cent bottom line beat cue to guidance. He would call very strong. Yes. Guidance revenue they expected to be down sequentially pastor says that's likely ultimately prove conservative seal stras Zelenik on the call says the results will driven. By a few key franchises NBA two K. achieved one billion in net bookings. Since the out engagement increasing grand theft auto five, he says continues to exceed expectations. It is sold in one hundred and thirty five million units grand theft auto online. On track you establish a new net bookings record sonic says the company has the strongest development pipeline. Its history it is doubly says, what was five years ago? And he says to preparing for, of course, this transition to a no console cycle that'll be better platform. He says for audiences. Finally, he was asked by analysts about the lasting impact of this pandemic, the lockdowns, the environment we're in zone exciting it's hard to predict, but he thinks that consumer this has intensified the shift to new interactive entertainment people have come back to video games he says there will. Be a long lasting increase in demand. There are only a few companies including take to that can really capitalize on that. He said Melissa all right Josh thanks, Josh Lipton where the real standout full your guidance obviously coming in ahead of expectations also helping the stock here guy do you buy that that line of thinking that consumer behavior that consumers will stick around even after the lockdowns and still game? One hundred percent and this is you know Tim mentioned. I generally don't like new terms but new normal one of those new terms and this is that and by the way you know take to as name we mentioned pre pandemic and what's happened over the last six months it's just accelerated some the things that we thought might happen you know I. Think we've been pretty steadfast and turns to take two electron arts. The number was very good I. thought this take to number this quarter notwithstanding I think the full year guidance in the fact that operating margins. Now north of thirty percent of people encouraged and I think despite the move the stock is head I think it continues to go higher ten. I thought I love this doc. I love ATV tomorrow again, this number today, these net bookings grew one hundred and thirty six percent net revenues up fifty four percent the guide coming into this why the reason the stock is popping nobody expected this guide. So the guy's very strong NBA two k. live. This is what ESPN was showing. You know NBA players playing playing this game I mean this is what else have we had to do this haves and have-nots. Tomorrow I think if you look at all of these gaming stocks and these interactive gaming stocks, it's been a two year kind of basing and grinding, and now we're seeing a lot of these starts start to break out. This take to chart really I mean this is this is what you've been waiting for and I think you're buying the breakout. All right. Let's get Virgin Galactic. Now that stock is falling after its earnings. Frank Collins, got the details, Frank Melissa's Virgin Galactic falling sharply after hours. If the company announced a plan offering of twenty million shares expected to generate as much as four hundred and sixty million dollars that virgin galactic says will be used for general corporate purposes, things like working capital and cap backs also the space tourism company announcing a lost EPS but really that was widely expected. Another key metric did show improvement Virgin Galactic one small step program that's qualified. Prospects that have paid a one thousand dollar deposit that grew seventy five percent sequentially from four hundred prospects and Q. One to about seven hundred Q to even losses also basically flat your ear before the Bell Virgin Galactic, announcing a memorandum of Understanding with Rolls Royce to develop a supersonic plane for sub spaceflights can hold as many as nineteen passengers. Still space is the top priority Virgin Galactic says, it's planning to more test launches from spaceport America. If those go well keyword if Virgin Galactic says in Q. One, twenty, twenty, one plans are for founder Sir Richard Branson to actually take a spaceflight key date for this company back you franken forgive my space ignorance but. When you mentioned the the qualifications program that astronaut per around how is that different from the reservations because my understanding is that the number of reservations has stood at six hundred since September of two, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety to this most recent report. That's actually a very important metric right there. So the reservations are people that have actually paid and the company has about eighty million dollars in their bank account from people about six hundred people who have paid to take that flight when it really happens we're we're talking about our prospects people who say they're all put down a thousand dollars for the opportunity to be on one of those flights eventually after those six hundred people get their opportunity. It's a big difference between a thousand dollars nationally. Up The rest. Frank Thank you Frank Malan. On Virgin Galactic I duNno Karen. What do you? What do you make of this? Whole Story. It's a story stock. Let's be clear. You know. Definitely and I mean they're they're they're happy with where it's trading so Using the opportunity to sell another twenty million shares which is good for them. They're going to need it. I mean I, you can't. I couldn't pay enough money to not have to do this space flight but the mach three, this sub space extremely quick air travel is potentially very interesting. All having been said that this this story stock, I don't know how to model story stocks and this would fall squarely into the story stock section. Yeah. I mean Kudos to three eighty six who's been on space for a long time and has loved the stories like but I mean it's really gonna be the benefit became of this whole sort of easy futuristic slash back room the confluence of too hot areas in the markets right now. Yeah it reminds me very much of Tesla several years ago you've got kind of a fantastical idea that if and when it works, it can actually change how we do things. You've got a charismatic founder and leader and you've got people that say, well, you know it doesn't make money nobody cares if this company makes money, it's venture capital deal and what I mean by that is. You're buying the idea. So for me on this selloff with twenty million shares being sold, you buy the stock, you put it in your drawer five years from now you're going to be able to buy yourself one of the last night. So this because that's what this is drawer bearing with Tessa so that taxpayers getting crowded it's got Tesla in their three D. printing. Dylan there became. These are all. The ball factory in a box topped Khanna trades. I don't guy what do you think of? vk top-drawer. I think a lot of things about because you know what else I think mel is terms of space real quick. See where they prices secondary and trade against that and Kudos to Steve Grasso. As you mentioned number one, number two, there's certain teams in baseball the mets, for example, that need to do certain things to bring. The stadium. Bobblehead these. Nights are a big thing but I gotTa tell you that became bobblehead night i. mean if you look over his right shoulder, that's probably the greatest giveaway that the mets ever did it Shea Stadium Kudos to day. The laugh track electric hands the funniness of the whole joke.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Not a dime. Okay. It's not a done kind of move on. We've got an earnings alert on dined you by the way Arnie's alert on Fedex the stocks touring the after our session. Let's get to Frank Colin who's got all the details Frank Melissa. Dollar beat on EPS. grout margin also surprising to the upside for the segment that's been handling much that increased demand due to cove in nineteen becks ground, seeing volumes increased by twenty three percent, but much of that was that less profitable. B. To C. operating merging falling year year because that beat AC- increase average revenue per piece, falling as well, but I'm at from Deutsche Bank echoing the sentiments of many others on the street, shock and awe in a good way, people were bracing for something like six or seven percent margin for ground, the express margins more than doubled sequentially. The CAP x number is also very very positive, because one of the this company is that they've been overspending on cap ex. Ex Fedex as becks will be around four point, nine dollars in fiscal, twenty, twenty, one, a one billion dollar decline the company, saying every single line item was impacted by in nineteen that include a one hundred and twenty five million dollar increase in operating cost much of that the by e for employees Fedex also declined to offer full year guidance because of the uncertainty of the pandemic, and after hours ups, also of five percent, both companies, seeing a boost in volume ups, also a first mover on a surcharge for large retail customers, a move expected to generate fifty million for ups in June alone Fedex. Just starting that surcharge on June eighth. We'll have to watch and see how that turns out. To you frank, thank. You! Frank, Collin the latest on Fedex. Steve Crossover better than expected quarter bigger-than-expected move as predicted by the options market here by the way in the act hours. Yeah when I look at it when I look at it on a chart. Right now it hasn't been above or has it maintained above the two hundred day moving average for any length of time since the middle of two thousand and eighteen hundred eight moving averages. Well, let's call it. One. Forty one last sale is one fifty to sixty five I would probably probably sell this move thinking then it's going to come back within range back to that two hundred day moving average or Or thereabouts I'd be a seller of this pop. I mean one theory put forth by City Group, when they raise their price target week, or so ago to one sixty shares that with all the reopenings B to b business will be picking up and that sort of a higher margin business here, so there's really upside once you get past the roughest part of the year Dan what do you think? Yes, so this is one that as of today's close was down fifty percent from its January two thousand eighteen highs. You know there's a whole host of issues that were specific to this company. Their earnings were down about forty five percent from the peak in two thousand, eighteen to earnings revision after earning for vision after earning revision have pounded this thing down. It hasn't taken a whole heck of a lot to get the stock higher if they do have an inflection on the margins on that ground barges. That's what I think. Investors really want to see. It's a cheap stock, and then you put together the optimism about global recovery and you. You don't get to buy too many brands like this down fifty percent or so, but I kind of agree with Steve Up twelve thirteen bucks up ten center, so on one clip without full year guidance. You probably get a shot for this thing to settle back in a little bit all right coming up the race for coronavirus vaccine is on the FDA has raised new concerns that could slow things down. We've got the details and much more head going a little stir crazy without sports right, but our Dan. Nathan has a.

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FedEx Earnings: FDX Stock Soars 9% on Strong Q4

CNBC's Fast Money

01:34 min | 2 months ago

FedEx Earnings: FDX Stock Soars 9% on Strong Q4

"We've got an earnings alert on dined you by the way Arnie's alert on Fedex the stocks touring the after our session. Let's get to Frank Colin who's got all the details Frank Melissa. Dollar beat on EPS. grout margin also surprising to the upside for the segment that's been handling much that increased demand due to cove in nineteen becks ground, seeing volumes increased by twenty three percent, but much of that was that less profitable. B. To C. operating merging falling year year because that beat AC- increase average revenue per piece, falling as well, but I'm at from Deutsche Bank echoing the sentiments of many others on the street, shock and awe in a good way, people were bracing for something like six or seven percent margin for ground, the express margins more than doubled sequentially. The CAP x number is also very very positive, because one of the this company is that they've been overspending on cap ex. Ex Fedex as becks will be around four point, nine dollars in fiscal, twenty, twenty, one, a one billion dollar decline the company, saying every single line item was impacted by in nineteen that include a one hundred and twenty five million dollar increase in operating cost much of that the by e for employees Fedex also declined to offer full year guidance because of the uncertainty of the pandemic, and after hours ups, also of five percent, both companies, seeing a boost in volume ups, also a first mover on a surcharge for large retail customers, a move expected to generate fifty million for ups in June alone Fedex. Just starting that surcharge on June eighth. We'll have to watch and see how that turns out. To you frank, thank. You! Frank, Collin the latest on Fedex. Steve Crossover better than expected quarter bigger-than-expected move as predicted by the options market here by the way in the act hours.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

02:54 min | 9 months ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Tree sexism. Today the gap is produced by Jocelyn Frank. Melissa Kaplan helped me out here in DC guessing RIMAC Voi- helped out emily in new haven. And I'm guessing Allen paying help that John in New York City correct me. If I'm wrong. Immediately it was destined up here in In New York City. Oh mercifully let Alan have the day off nice. I hope Alan is out partying somewhere. Gabriel Roth is editorial director of slate audio June Thomas Producer. You should follow us on twitter at eight at slate gabfest. Yeah I tweet chat or to us. Four dazzling John Dickerson. I'm David Plots we'll talk to you next week. Hello slate plus. John and Emily hip both watched the morning show which I've only seen one episode but the morning show is a show food on apple and about a morning show discuss. I really enjoyed the show. I do not. Yeah I think is great television. I completely ate it up nonetheless. The premise very quickly is basically a matt. Lauer story so Jennifer Aniston plays the CO host of a guy. The actor Steve Corral who rate away gets fired for sexual misconduct we. You don't know exactly what he's done in the beginning but We get the sense. He's abused his power on the show in some way and then from there spins out this plot. I'll give away one another part of it. That's happens pretty early. which is that Jennifer Aniston kind of impulsively chooses as her new co host Younger woman played by reese. Witherspoon a WHO's kind of contain corus West Virginian like either shot in the arm or like disaster depending depending on your view of the journalism she produces and her kind of challenge to the show and I guess John One of the reasons. I was so excited to talk with you about this is obviously you've been on morning show and so you have some sense of whether the portrayal of the culture not like setting aside the sexual misconduct but also just the culture on the show whether that felt real to you and then I was also just so interested in the sexual dynamics there. It's pretty complex. Like the show does more than and I think a lot of portrayals to get beyond the lake very basic idea of Some terrible predatory man only one kind of bad misconduct. So yes there are predatory men but they're also women who are asserting their power or trying to use their sexuality to assert some power in a way that was not the the only victim Predator dynamic. and I wonder what you made of that. Well I guess I have to give a little bit of a disclosure which is to say that giveth the.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

07:09 min | 11 months ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Results the company's conference call just wrapping up will break down the big highlights highlights plus one soaring semi Socks Report Marines tomorrow and options traders are betting on even bigger games when the reports. We're live at the at the Nasdaq in Times Square. Much more fast money still Ahead it is time for a wealth tax anti-american pan-american. Some billionaires. Don't support this plant. Vilification leaders makes no sense to me. It's both that is part of Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren's new Ad Campaign in it Warren blessed several billionaires. Not Just Leon Cooperman a campaign teenage telling. CNBC DOT com. Brian Schwartz. The new ad will start airing on the network later this week in reads more details on our website. By the way. We're going to hear from Leon Cooperman tomorrow. The halftime report he's already given a CNBC DOT com a statement which was filled with colorful. Words can imagine But some of the other billionaires that had been criticized sized in this Ad. Td Ameritrade former C. OF TD Ameritrade. Joe Ricketts former Goldman Sachs CEO. Lloyd blankfein in Silicon Valley investor. Peter Thiel so there's somebody for everybody here you know. It's amazing when you seen Wall Street. They've been forced to give to both sides of the aisle for every presidential election. They have to donate money. The Democrats and Republicans. We've heard from some of the bank saying they're gonNA sit this one out. I wonder as this ratchets up even closer to the election. How how many of them really sit on their hands? Because how do you invest in that. If you're a capitalist. I'm not really sure how you go about doing that. Everyone knows as unbiased as you can get. It was interesting that Senator Ted Cruz tried to press Jerome Powell towards the end of the testimony to comment on the impact of a wealth tax. Jerome Powell would not take the bait. He said I'm not going to assess or score any sort of campaign proposals. That's not my job opera feds job. That's the job of the COE and voters you can decide for yourself He kinda got out of that. But you gotta wonder what the impact would have in terms. You're saying it may not just be billionaires. It's easy to go after billionaires because the numbers are so few but it might be other people who are aspirational who want to be to build the the idea of. Yeah Yeah exactly right. And I think that's part of what we'll see how this plays out and clearly you're going for the masses when you're making this kind of a statement but how do the masses really react to that. That's the be something. I think pretty interesting because I don't know it's as big of a layup as people think going in all right. Let's get to Cisco here we've got an earnings alert. The stock his down after hours. Frank Collins headquarters details. Hey Frank's Melissa week guidance. For the Second Quarter Bean dip and CISCO shares even after a solid beat on the top and the bottom line. The company giving really what you have to call a dire forecast for Q to Saint Louis C. revenues falling three to five percent versus estimates of two point six percent growth Cisco's. EPS forecast ask falling several cents below estimates as well CEO Chuck Robbins Sang Macro issues such as the US China trade war brexit and US political turmoil or leading to lower board business confidence and then impacting Cisco on the call Robbins offered more insight into the business factors that led to that we guidance public sector continued to be strong. But the rest where you know in enterprise commercial Did we can you. You Know Service provider in emerging markets which were stressed last quarter. Were about the same. We had shown you know the ability to To offset authorship that would strengthen these in commercial and enterprise and public sector and when those weakened obviously there's quarter that impacted our ability to to offset them. We've got a quick take from Needham's Alex Henderson. You raise the stock as a hold. Any added in reference to that guidance perhaps a shock to investors. That might have thought that this was a more stable growth. Business and and weakness looks to be from Cisco's cloud customers and service providers service providers include companies such as. At and T. and verizon. We're GONNA continue this conversation about Cisco during an exclusive interview with CEO Chuck Robbins Nine am on Squawk on the street tomorrow. Melissa thank you Frank Hall and Becca Headquarters. What do you make of the second quarter in a row aware CISCO'S BLAMING US China as dampening consumer or business confidence and have to spend? At least I don't know I mean it used to be that Cisco would announcing that would be really A proxy for how Corporate America or maybe we're worldwide is doing it. I wonder if that is the case. Now if it's not so specific to them but it is more broader concern So I don't know actually I'm surprised the the futures are down a little bit on this because I think I think it's kind of a big deal. Yeah the cutest sales missed by the way that's a billion dollars. The billion dollar shortfall. It's the revenues. Yeah it's it's a big mess. I mean go back to the middle of July in July. This was a fifty seven dollar stock doc. Two weeks later it was trained. Forty six on commentary. Basically like we're hearing now so. I think we absolutely go back and revisit. That August I think was forty-six six regardless of what you think about valuation their clarity going forward. US China. I think the stock is destined trade. That loan we'll see what happens when we get there. But the KARENS point I'm surprised that is not having this should be bigger than just cisco it's my sense what I would love to know and I think maybe you could only figure this out by reading the transcript scripted. This point is qualitatively. Where did they see was consistence? Hang back into span throughout the quarter or was it more recent as China trade. The headline started getting a little bit. More tendency was bad. Yes because the interesting thing about Cisco is of course they're they're on a fiscal calendar so they reportedly but later. Are you making a little bit more clarity. In terms of what is happening more recently in time. Yeah and the pressures that the they they put this out there already once before now they do it again and two guys point the forty six number the fifty eight to forty six and here we are again so but the problem I see going forward is we need to see them. Actually put us back in place with a quarter and they can't keep doing this because if the rest of the market isn't quite as negative unless that changes in the next quarter then then then then Cisco was right but otherwise otherwise is this more of a Cisco issue. Well it certainly could be. The competition is fierce. And we all know. There's not one not two but at least two or three or four your competitors right now with Cisco they're still the Big One but they've got competition so earnings are are lagging and guidances leading. This is the second time to your the point that we've heard about lowering guidance. So I don't think it's a so much as a macro call anymore. I think it's as Cisco specifically all right. Let's get to the chip stocks. They've been ripping through the last month. There's a semi search heats up. Big Names Corvo. Amdi qualcomm have done a lot of the heavy lifting checkout and video. That stock has been. No slouch either. It's up more than twelve percent in the past month. A whopping fifty six percent of the year the company reporting results tomorrow after the bell options traders are betting that the.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"I'm so excited because this time we actually yes for our listeners old and new that means we're going to stick with our classics like stance at War's. I am thorough discussions about the ways pop culture shapes designed absolutely and of course we are going to have guests in the studio and that includes some of your fades yeah but also some new voices and maybe even a famous points or so join us on Thursday first aid kit. Maybe less out loud. That's right and we are back. Thus Day September twenty six a tune in on slate. Let's go to cocktail chatter when you're having your pumpkin cocktail like every time I go to a bar that comes to be grotesque looking pumpkin or pecan pie cocktail on the Menu Yuck but when you're having that John Dickerson and what are you gonNa be chattering about using about pumpkin what happens when like suddenly the whether it's Pumpkin or Kale or cauliflower like they're just quietly these vegetables or or I guess fruits and then suddenly they're everywhere anyway the story of Big Pumpkin should be told but it's not my chatter chatter is a Charlie Brown pumpkin. That was the story of Big Pumpkin. My chatter is about America in one room which I chatted about some number weeks ago and this was this effort to address what we were talking about earlier and I had to bite my untung not to raise it. which is that there's actually a huge you know America's polarization is real is virulent but it's mostly is. Lee because the political process has been captivated has been controlled and continues to be controlled in the polarization makes it worse by people who are at both ends and who were maximally online and you know exact maximum price for participation in politics but American one-room took five hundred twenty three registered voters from around the country flew them all to Dallas to a to a resort and basically did an experiment about what they believed leaving about what things the labels were stripped away and it found and it was done with the Center for deliberative democracy at Stanford and the National Opinion Research Center at Chicago so this is you know the best of political science trying to put people in a room who are representative of the country and they studied there was a they were fifty five page handbook that was prepared by policy experts and they basically did what you expected which is that they had notions funds based on their personal experience that were well informed but not didn't fit necessarily into the political scripts that we all have people when they met each other even if they had different views they changed their opinions they behave basically like human beings and Um Emily Badger and Kevin Kiely wrote a piece for the upshot about this and they also also took pictures of all the participants which makes for very appealing article in addition to the way it's written now of course the big question is how you connect at this experiment or and what it says with the way we actually do participate in politics and that's a much bigger challenge but there is it's worth reading reading and looking at these opinions and ideas and people because they represent a another large part of America. That isn't really a part of the conversation in the way we we normally habit emily. What is your Pumpkin Spice Chatter. I think you have a special announcement pumpkin spicy chattering announcement. I do my special. Announcement comes from someone who emailed us about an upcoming wedding. The people who are getting married had online profiles that each mentioned the gap doc having that their names are colleen. Lori and Rudolf Lingerie Lee were tickled by this so we wish you the most lovely wedding and a Great Lakes and now on a very different note. My chatter is about reporting that Pro Publica has been doing on audits at the IRS. This is like exhibit three hundred eighty million in why it is expensive and rotten to be poor in America the IRS is auditing the working poor at about the same same rate as the wealthiest one percent propublica reports that in a letter this week the IRS commissioner said the reason doing this is that it's just a lot cheaper to audit audit low income people you can use the lever staffers their tax returns complicated just easier to go check them and so these huge piles of wealth and undoubtedly utterly lots of tax avoidance is going on investigated because people have in Congress especially Republicans have been cutting the budget of the IRS and meanwhile the working poor are having the tax laughter drive them crazy. I mean this is just it just makes no sense and it is so frustrating here about my chatter after I actually have a little thank you before my chatter which there was a wonderful review in vulture of the ten most important political podcast first of all time and I'm so pleased to say that we were. I don't know if we were top of the list. We were the first one written about and it was such a lovely piece about who we are and what we do description of who we are and what we do. I'm just GonNa read a little bit. It's by Leon Fach who used to actually podcast for slate and Leon wrote that that we the three of us have a sibling like rapport interrupting laughing and teasing sometimes quite brutally they are experts but one whose intimacy affection for one another permits a kind of genuine intellectual candor. They're funny informed and sometimes thrillingly mean. They're thinking collaborative. They change each other's minds listening to them. It's like witnessing an essay being written in real time by a writer trying to untangle an idea with their smartest friends. That was such a nice thing to read. It's like being like all of a sudden. We were seen well. It's either that better than seen. It's like the best mirror ever with the greatest yeah I know but as a sign of my cycle psychological deficits it made me when I read it. I thought oh I'd really like to be that person as opposed to being the mirror all right my actual chatter is an amazing solicitation that the Republican National Committee sent out in Montana to raise money for trump's reelection and they sent out forms to potential donors that were relabeled twenty nine thousand nine Congressional District Census and they look exactly alike not exactly like extremely similar to actual census forms they look like official census form but it's a it's then asked a series of questions designed to make you feel good about Republicans and bad about Democrats and then to prompt you to give money but it has quality of official nece and senselessness and deceptiveness that's grotesque and it's actually probably or potentially a federal crime is a a federal crime to pretend to be the census and here we have the very party that the president represents doing it and using his name to help him with his presidential essential relations with another example of of the taking of the official government arm and somehow misusing it dragging it in order due to help the president's personal political ends. It's pretty gross. I'm sure he'll be on it. Oh wait the FCC has no quorum and his totally and completely quitely dysfunctional yeah definitely there'll be on it right exactly well said we also get listener. Cheddar every week so many great listener chatters this week so so many great ones wants and I'm just GONNA call out to you Angela at Oreo cookie. Angela sent us a truly depressing that story from A. L. Dot Com Alabama news site about a practice which apparently quite common in Alabama and also exists in other states where Alabama Alabama sheriffs have in their custody in jail. Somebody who is sick someone who has a sudden quite serious illness something maybe even fatal and so while they're transporting this person to the hospital for treatment. They release them from jail. They released the emanates from jail. Have the inmate sign a release form so the inmate gets to the hospital is no longer in custody and therefore that the jail and the state is not only responsible for any of their care and the patient themself off becomes responsible for all the bills and then once this health crisis has passed. These people are often rearrested. It's just vile vile and wrong and we should be ashamed so thank you at Oreo cookie for pointing out that depressing piece to us. That is our show for today. The GABFEST is produced by Jassam Frank Melissa Kaplan helped out here in DC who helped out in Newark Jon Allen Pang. He's always at his post late. Gap Beth tweet your tower to us and please if you're in the East Bay the West Bay the South Bay the North Bay Bay city. Please come to our December December eighteenth show in Oakland at the Fox theater annual conundrum show dot com slash live starting Friday morning for tickets for Emily Baz lawn and John dickerson gave it plots. Thank you for listening. We'll talk to you next week. Hello slight plus. How're you you. You may have seen there was a study there was five reviews published in the annals of internal medicine this week by a bunch of scientists looking at looking at studies about red meat and they came to the conclusion that there is no health reason that they were able to discern sir not to eat red meat that when you dig into the data when you look at when you serve desegregate the kinds of people eat meat from the kinds of people don't eat meat and sort of take away the the distinction there does not seem to be intrinsically in red meat something which is health damaging to the health or or at least we don't. There's not enough evidence to conclude that people should not eat red meat for health reasons and that got a lot of people up in arms wide to get people up learned. I don't know why did it get people up in arms. I was up in arms. Wind these dietary recommendations they. They're like Yo Yos. I basically just don't really listen to any of them and I'm not gonNA like start. riddick eating red meat because of this plus red meat is terrible for carbon footprint etc.. Twenty people got up at yeah because they take it away. Well yeah no but people wait if you think the science is solid like you're not supposed to not report on listen health finding because the cargo that doesn't mean twitter enough are you. I mean you've said two things that would get you on twitter twitter. That would literally melt your phone. You mentioned Bill Clinton having done anything wrong in the context. I was just a snippet from our slate plus conversation..

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Gap is produced by jocelyn frank. Melissa kaplan helped here in washington right mcevoy in new haven are our researcher is of course the indefatigable bridget dunlap. We should follow us on twitter at at sleep fest four. Emily vaz's long and ruth markets. I'm david plots. Thanks for listening. Please come to our live show. In saint paul on september eighteenth dot com slash live four tickets gets. We'll talk to you next week. Hello slate plus. How are you. I hope you are not in the throes of a hurricane. Hope you're having a good post labor day back torque period <hes> you north carolina. You might be a threat of a hurricane. You're also throws a legal hurricane. There was a decisions week from a three judge panel. North carolina state judges throwing out in egregious partisan gerrymander. Emily basilan take us to north carolina tells what <hes> yeah so the state legislative districts in north carolina have been <hes> you know extremely gerrymandered since is the twenty ten census. This is a long running lawsuit that wound up back in state court and the challengers to the districts which were drawn very much to benefit republicans cans prevailed based on this three judge panel ruling that is rooted in the state constitution and the fair and free elections <unk> guarantee that is in north carolina's constitution. It's a tremendous victory in the state for people who want more competitive elections. It's obviously a potentially victory for democrats so far it only affects the state legislative districts not the congressional map. I'm a little mystified fight about why there wasn't a parallel lawsuit already in place challenging the congressional map but now various groups democratic party and common cause talking about also challenging launching the congressional map in north carolina. You know i think the thing more broadly that's so interesting about this is that the supreme court in june said said basically we're taking federal judges out of the business of monitoring and preventing gerrymandering. We think just can't handle this. They don't have the tools. There's a kind kind of full modesty chief justice. John roberts is opinion about the limitations of the judiciary to deal with this problem and you see the in this ruling as you si- thinking previous ruling from the pennsylvania supreme court the judges absolutely are capable of doing this kind of monitoring that i mean what i have said all about this for a long time and writing about it is that if people have the tools to draw the maps using software and computer technology computer programming you can whip up so many thousands of difference of variations of maps based on how you distribute voters once that technology exists just to draw the maps will judges. They don't have to be drawing all the maps themselves but they can also figure out how to assess it is not in the end rocket science so i think what you're seeing from the state courts are a really responsible effort to try to make <hes> elections more free and fair just like the state constitution says so i think one of the interesting things that this brings up is key to what extent can state courts and state constitutions save save us in an era when the supreme court is dominated by conservatives who want out of these political thickets <hes> or other issues issues and the spin a conversation. That's been going on since justice brennan wrote about it in nineteen seventy seven talking about how we should spend more time paying attention tension to state constitutions which had been kind of laboratories of democracy and judicial lawmaking as kind of <hes> suggestions for where the federal courts the supreme court could go and now maybe a little bit but i want it really caveat this in a conservative as the judiciary lower courts and the supreme court are increasingly dominated by conservative judges whether state constitutions and state judges are a potential potential alternative one conservative judge jeffrey sutton is written up on the sixth circuit court of appeals. <hes> has written a book arguing about the vibrancy an alternative method of state constitutions and to that i would say this is great that north carolina did this but yes spot <hes> and the but is that state courts are often unfortunately politically <hes> <hes> elected politically appointed giveth fans that was just

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"She said she's been growing this thing for ten years she's very passionate about her apples and apparently her neighbor has been taking a ton of apples from a tree she even put up a sign asking people not to take the apples and he actually stood there grab an apple took a bite of it while reading the sign and she knows that he did that because she's been videotaping her apple tree for the last couple weeks and actually viewed him taking the apples Melissa are you about ready to get him on the phone and confront him I'm I mean I'm not good with confrontation I really don't want to cause problems I just need to try and talk to him okay I have a hard time believing that over apples he's gonna get like heated I don't know maybe stances ground I mean I could be wrong like the world's my property to get off my back the call in yeah I'm I'm a little nervous but I'm I'm ready to do that right I'm dialing his phone right now and then you can make your awkward Tuesday phone call and we'll jump in to help you when we think you need it okay okay here we go I'm dialing now you good I'm good would you be girl panties on you got this good luck hello hi Frank this is Melissa from next door I am wonderful how are you doing yeah I'm doing well thank you very much everything good with work and and everything are your finger fight what can I do for it so there's something I a really hard time talking about this but the can I just have a minute with you yeah of course you can't okay well I've noticed lately that there have been some apple nothing for my tree in the front yard you know which one I'm talking about right yeah the one that has apples yeah right okay I was just wondering if you had noticed any Getty character hanging around in the neighborhood lately that might have been taking some of my apple our new home not that I can recall I'm not really looking looking for you're sure because you know there's there's a lot missing like a whole lot of a missing bushel even I mean you know apples eventually fall off the tree on their own right are they may be on your lawn well see you would think that but there's none there they're just gone I just really thought maybe you would have seen something you know thank you you live right next door so no I'm sorry I'm I haven't been keeping an eye on your apple tree the gosh darn plot but why Frank can you why it was that was me saying that that's not you stealing my apple Frank Melissa are you Kerry do I sound like I'm okay thank you now it sounds like you're freaking out over apple's apple Frank I grew them I've made them what they are and your name for me look what I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about all you have no idea Frank you have no idea well guess who does have an idea my camera Frank I put in a camera I know it's you I watched you I watched you every day you dirty apple peeler what are you talking about I video cameras Frank what you do what you feel by apple say what you read my sign and keep my apple in my yard and then they walk you take them off to work or take them back in your house like it's nothing they're not thinking you Frank how old you jerk you have violated my truck and you ignored by signs and you I didn't think that you're selling was meant for me you want all your friends can't you read like the sign says don't take the apple please okay yeah I grab a few apples with fall on my part of the lawn but it all and feeling your apple I watched you pick it I watched you with your greedy grubby apple hand picking my apple you you apple alright alright alright you may I took a few of your forget apple apple thank you from my tree that ball all there are more than just apple Frank over my life yeah one going on Hey what's up Frank how are you this is doable from broken you will in the morning wait what yeah we are a radio show Goldberg until in the morning we do a second call the awkward to use a phone call and Melissa wanted to use this segment today to call you and tell you to stop stealing or apple most are you still there yes I'm here take a breath I really understand what's going on your radio show yes and Melissa hired you sorry what's going a joke right you're joking no no Frank this is no set up all my apple the job.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"The stock up more than six percent right now plus energy and health care the worst performing sectors this year but one top strategy says get ready for the ultimate turnaround. He'll be here to explain why and later Amazon prime kicking off. It's two day shopping bonanza but it's not the only retailer that benefiting from this phone. We'll tell you who the other big winners could be for life in Times Square in New York City much fast money right after this. Hey I'm John Harwood host of C._N._B._C. speakeasy podcast listen into my in-depth in-depth conversations with political decision-makers folks like John Delaney the first declared Democratic presidential candidate for election twenty twenty along with Senator Sherrod Brown Senator Elizabeth Warren and Stephanie Schroeck of Emily's list those interviews using more on the speakeasy podcast subscribe today earning alert on J._V. Hunt Frank Collins all over the company's report back at headquarters. Hey Frank Melissa watching the stock right now. Shares up more than six percent. <hes> kinda surprising surprising spike here after a big Miss E._p._S.. Revenues that were just in line with estimates however Cedeno that just came out says the company would have been in line with estimates if not for a one time charge. Perhaps explaining why we're seeing this kind of positive movement still the numbers weren't that that great. It's most profitable segment intermodal. That's trucks two trains missing estimates as well the company setting five percent drop in its intercontinental business overall with the biggest decrease in his eastern network also a saw freight environment in talking about that all year daily early truck rates have fallen about fifty percent year over year June June while capacity is increased one bright spot for intermodal business revenue per car load..

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Just Between Us

"I wasn't Florida. Right. And really just school. A teacher did try to show us how to put tampon in using marker so like on herself. Yeah. But, like not she was fully clothed, but she had a skirt on, and she stood with her legs open, and it was like, and then you just go, no. Oh, it was scary. I love. The one hand kinda cool. Isn't it? Like it's kind of distinct ties it sure it's like I'm I, I have a vagina, I do this, this is how I do it. She didn't really explain it. So I was just like it was like a magician like where the market. There was some sleight of hand. Well, yeah. So I learned a lot. I mean I love how Frank Melissa is about things. I love how she's just able to like, you know, she just able to say it like it is, and it's not a big deal. And I'm sure that makes the kids feel really like seen and not embarrassed. Which is perfect. Absolutely. What did you learn Melissa, I learned that California that has a law that you have to teach sex education. I didn't know I didn't know that at all. And I was just trying to think back to when I was in school if, if I even learned anything I learned about like periods, but I don't remember ever learning about sex education. I like that. Consent has been added. Thank god. Oh, I did. When I was in, like seventh grade. They taught us about S T D's, but it was weird because they taught with, like this woman came in and she was teach. She like put glitter on her hand, and she was walking around shaking, people's different people's hand in, if you have the glitter that meant you had the ST why and sell like by the time it got to my class. It had already been done a few times. And so, like people were laughing about it, and she was furious. She was like this is not a joke is like you're teaching with glitter, my God. That's crazy. Yeah. And I don't think we learned anything about consent. I thought you meant on this podcast. My school and my school. I'm Melissa is just a jam in a resource. And I think it's so cool that she just saw this teacher when, like that's the impact teachers can have. But she saw this teacher when she was in school. And she went on to like it went on to make her who she is. And she's doing lords work and it's like and I love it. The teacher does not care perfect. Incredible. Thank you so much to Melissa drive for being a guest just between us is hosted by meet Alison Raskin, and me, Gabby done, our engineers, Brendon burns. He also composed are killer theme music. Our producers are Kristen Torahs and Melissa de monce are supervising producers Josephine Martorana. Our executive producer Chris Bannon, just between us is the production of Stitcher. I can't believe they don't use bananas anymore. Well, she did say they had, like a wooden replica a penis, which is incredible. I remember my science teacher being like oh this bananas the right size..

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Polytechnic? And you report Clark of the Christian punk. All right. This is a politics live, and we are live. Glad to have you all here with us. We are here another week. But we do not have the slick one. Which means we're gonna have a lot more fun. No. We have a doctor in the house, quite literally a doctor, well, specifically a dentist. Yeah. I'm not a real doctor say, you're not a real doctor. This is Dr Anthony vessel from striving for turn ity, and we're gonna have some fun talking to main topics tonight which were pregnant get into some others were planning to talk about creation science, which happens to be his expertise. And the main thing he ends of speaking about for striving for Turney, but we're also gonna talk about something else, which is kind of his favourite love. I think would it be fair to say you have a love hate relationship with the new apostolic formation. Yeah. The NRA and Catholics for whatever reason are just always on my radar. All right. Everyone around here is either one of them. So Mets is is trying to pack up his house for folks who have been following along with us. Matt is trying to pack up in. He's getting I believe it's this week the carpets come in the paint goes up, and he's trying to get everything out of the house to be able to do that. They're still trying to figure out how to get to move. They're trying to get for folks who have been following, you know, that his wife is basically not very mobile, and so they needed to get an RV to travel down to resolve. They have to get that first. They also have to kind of borrowing someone else's is what they're looking to do because they can't afford around one. But they're looking to do that. And they found out something interesting with their health insurance. They discovered that if they move right now, the health insurance that they've already paid the deductible in full starts all over and they get to pay the deductible all over again. Yet, they get really high deductible, and that's going to be hard. So they're trying to figure out win would be the right time to move. This move may get put off a little bit. We're they're trying to figure this out. So there is someone in the chat named Paul Mars, Paul. Make sure you go to and fro else go to apologetic live dot com. And there is a link to join us from there. There's a reason asking Paul to join us because we're going to be talking about topic, the new apostolic reformation or in a are for short, and he had some questions on that. And so we're going to talk about that actually as kind of amazed Anthony that in the politics live Facebook group, I asked folks what it is. They they wanted to talk about tonight had some, you know, basically just trying to get some some topics and new epoch reformation came in a lot of people want to talk about that. We did have one that. Maybe it's up your alley. You know, Steve lead with really wanted to talk about big foot and Neville them. And flying demon babies now, I guess that's based out of Genesis six with the whole thing of Neff Elim. So I guess maybe he wants you to answer. I from what I. Getaway doing that show without Franken. I mean, that's Franks term. So well, the okay, the flying demon babies is Frank. That's that's all Frank Frank Melissa's who are speaking of. But I guess he dropped the picture in there. And I guess Matt had some video that he did call big foot and Neff Elim, total depravity, and covenant theology. So I guess those topics that came up on his radio show at one of the times. And I guess Matt was saying that maybe the Bigfoot or Netflix. My I don't know. I century said that neither one of us are capable of answering of anything about Bigfoot or flying demon babies because neither one of us believed that they exist. So me start. I want to ask you some questions first about creation science, and then we'll move over into discussing Eeyore because that's going to be a longer top talk for the folks who are in the room. If you have questions just give give a shout on the side chat there to let me know that you have a question. So that we can add you in but anti real quick for folks. There's a big there's lots of debate on the issue of evolution the issue of creation science on. My rap report podcast your every once in a while. I try to go over different different issues of logic. I gave one recently called confirmation bias. You're familiar with that. I believe right. Okay. I gave the example of how it's used with Evelyn. Could you could you give explain walks plan confirmation by then I'll ask you to give how we see this workout when we talked to people about evolution confirmation. This is basically the idea when you only accept evidence or supporting arguments that support a conclusion that you hold to another words you hold to a conclusion. And if evidence comes in that supports that conclusion, you accept it. If it doesn't accept the conclusion you reject the evidence that's called confirmation bias, you have a bias toward something already confirm. Anthony, how do we see this play out when it comes to have Aleutian? Oh, easy. You talked to Nevelson est, and they will say all science points to Evelyn. And and then they start rattling off certain things. So the reality is that there's lots of good science out there, the ignore most of it. And if any science that we bring up says, wait a minute. This is where evolution has problems. Revolution can happen. That's what they reject. And then they go back to they usu-. Fallen other logical fallacies such as pointing to people like me, not being real doctors. And have no thorny to speak on a subject, the they will also point to the myriad of scientists. Would they would call the myriad scientists out there? Like, I admit do the majority of scientists by Tivoli Shen. Seemingly? So I will also say though, that there's many more scientists that that are secular. They are they hate God. But they still realize the big big problems with volition. And so it's interesting. What's actually out there is now a is not what's being taught in secular schools. That's racy this confirmation bias coming out. It's really with the science of what they reject. All right and do throughout the show whenever we get anyone that gives a super chat by if you want to super chat on the bottom of your in the on YouTube. There's a little dollar sign click that and you can donate the money goes to carve dot org, and so Jason manning gave two dollars and said God bless so anyone that does that we give shout outs too. But sets you give a super chat and John is chatting away in their in their. He doesn't wanna come in here. John thinks wants to to his thing that he wanted to talk about. Was I gotta look it up. Now, something about being addicted. He wants he wants topic bible coveting a serious issue among striving for Turney leadership. Anthony, do you cut it other people's bibles, you know? I saw that. And and I responded to John actually, I mean, I got I John I got this very nice goat's skin ESV. I'm not coveting years. John. It's kind of like if there's a piece of food on somebody's plate that you really want you lick it real quick. And then they won't eat it. You just do that to Andrews bible, and he'll give it to, you know, say I get another one right here that that someone bought for me, another goats. So I don't need your goat skin. I don't need to read one John John John got red goat's skin bible, and he I just like taking it from. But so real quick get back to creation science so with creation science. You some bibles. I can pull out. It's so okay. The argument people will make is well there several argument. One people make the argument that anything that Chretien. Scientists do hasn't been done through pure review or double blind. Studies. Is that true? And how much does that actually matter? So here's another issue of confirmation bias. They will make the claim that we don't have peer reviewed science journals. And we say look at all these journals peer reviewed look at all these articles that are peer reviewed some of which appear viewed and secular journals, and they reject it. They will read any of the journal so ICR at creation dot com. AIG they all put out journals. Good heavy research technical journals done with actual PHD scientists. And these things don't get looked at. So we have plenty of peer reviewed journals peer reviewed articles in those journals. They they just again, they reject everything. Systematically, if it doesn't if it doesn't fit with their world view. It's gone. They don't think about it. And that sort of what Ben Stein was trying to get across in that movie. He did expelled, smells expose. Belt. And what do they do with that? They're like, oh, well that is in serious. You know that? If it doesn't start with the conclusion they want. They just reject it and say, well, that's that doesn't count. So here's what's crazy, though there if you go into certain secular scientific journals, you can find you can find articles and in research, where they show we know people, you know, guys that do the research together speaking among themselves within the article talking about how they can't see how things like evolution works. There's plenty of there's plenty journal articles. They know that they're they're I don't even want to call theory is not a theory. But their hypothesis is broken they know that they don't have a mechanism in terms of the mutation issue. It's it's the one thing I explained the book, it's the one thing that when as you've heard me teach multiple times of thing about mutations is best the Lynch pin revolution. And they know they don't have it. Same thing goes for the big bang theory. It's the reason why people probably don't know this. But the reason why the Higgs bows on particle was. So so so important for them to find. Few years ago in why they had all kinds of excitement for what they thought was a Higgs bows on particle is because in the big bang dilemma, it brings up something called horizon problem. So maybe I'll explain that here for a moment. I just heard this on Easter Sunday as I was witnessing to my father in law, and and brother-in-law. So Julia was gracious enough to walk away and take the rest of the family with her and it left me with with them for for several several hours. And. We had some interesting talk. So the brother-in-law thought he's been really smart says, hey, have you ever looking at telescope before? I go, of course. Well, don't you think that we can see billions of light years away? And I said how we got a break for this. Are we seeing we're we're seeing it, but I didn't show him in. He wants to show here. What we'll put him on camera. He can show his. Now, he's not putting his Cameron.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Polytechnic? And you report Clark of the Christian punk. All right. This is a politics live, and we are live. Glad to have you all here with us. We are here another week. But we do not have the slick one. Which means we're gonna have a lot more fun. No. We have a doctor in the house, quite literally a doctor, well, specifically a dentist. Yeah. I'm not a real doctor say, you're not a real doctor. This is Dr Anthony vessel from striving for turn ity, and we're gonna have some fun talking to main topics tonight which were pregnant get into some others were planning to talk about creation science, which happens to be his expertise. And the main thing he ends of speaking about for striving for Turney, but we're also gonna talk about something else, which is kind of his favourite love. I think would it be fair to say you have a love hate relationship with the new apostolic formation. Yeah. The NRA and Catholics for whatever reason are just always on my radar. All right. Everyone around here is either one of them. So Mets is is trying to pack up his house for folks who have been following along with us. Matt is trying to pack up in. He's getting I believe it's this week the carpets come in the paint goes up, and he's trying to get everything out of the house to be able to do that. They're still trying to figure out how to get to move. They're trying to get for folks who have been following, you know, that his wife is basically not very mobile, and so they needed to get an RV to travel down to resolve. They have to get that first. They also have to kind of borrowing someone else's is what they're looking to do because they can't afford around one. But they're looking to do that. And they found out something interesting with their health insurance. They discovered that if they move right now, the health insurance that they've already paid the deductible in full starts all over and they get to pay the deductible all over again. Yet, they get really high deductible, and that's going to be hard. So they're trying to figure out win would be the right time to move. This move may get put off a little bit. We're they're trying to figure this out. So there is someone in the chat named Paul Mars, Paul. Make sure you go to and fro else go to apologetic live dot com. And there is a link to join us from there. There's a reason asking Paul to join us because we're going to be talking about topic, the new apostolic reformation or in a are for short, and he had some questions on that. And so we're going to talk about that actually as kind of amazed Anthony that in the politics live Facebook group, I asked folks what it is. They they wanted to talk about tonight had some, you know, basically just trying to get some some topics and new epoch reformation came in a lot of people want to talk about that. We did have one that. Maybe it's up your alley. You know, Steve lead with really wanted to talk about big foot and Neville them. And flying demon babies now, I guess that's based out of Genesis six with the whole thing of Neff Elim. So I guess maybe he wants you to answer. I from what I. Getaway doing that show without Franken. I mean, that's Franks term. So well, the okay, the flying demon babies is Frank. That's that's all Frank Frank Melissa's who are speaking of. But I guess he dropped the picture in there. And I guess Matt had some video that he did call big foot and Neff Elim, total depravity, and covenant theology. So I guess those topics that came up on his radio show at one of the times. And I guess Matt was saying that maybe the Bigfoot or Netflix. My I don't know. I century said that neither one of us are capable of answering of anything about Bigfoot or flying demon babies because neither one of us believed that they exist. So me start. I want to ask you some questions first about creation science, and then we'll move over into discussing Eeyore because that's going to be a longer top talk for the folks who are in the room. If you have questions just give give a shout on the side chat there to let me know that you have a question. So that we can add you in but anti real quick for folks. There's a big there's lots of debate on the issue of evolution the issue of creation science on. My rap report podcast your every once in a while. I try to go over different different issues of logic. I gave one recently called confirmation bias. You're familiar with that. I believe right. Okay. I gave the example of how it's used with Evelyn. Could you could you give explain walks plan confirmation by then I'll ask you to give how we see this workout when we talked to people about evolution confirmation. This is basically the idea when you only accept evidence or supporting arguments that support a conclusion that you hold to another words you hold to a conclusion. And if evidence comes in that supports that conclusion, you accept it. If it doesn't accept the conclusion you reject the evidence that's called confirmation bias, you have a bias toward something already confirm. Anthony, how do we see this play out when it comes to have Aleutian? Oh, easy. You talked to Nevelson est, and they will say all science points to Evelyn. And and then they start rattling off certain things. So the reality is that there's lots of good science out there, the ignore most of it. And if any science that we bring up says, wait a minute. This is where evolution has problems. Revolution can happen. That's what they reject. And then they go back to they usu-. Fallen other logical fallacies such as pointing to people like me, not being real doctors. And have no thorny to speak on a subject, the they will also point to the myriad of scientists. Would they would call the myriad scientists out there? Like, I admit do the majority of scientists by Tivoli Shen. Seemingly? So I will also say though, that there's many more scientists that that are secular. They are they hate God. But they still realize the big big problems with volition. And so it's interesting. What's actually out there is now a is not what's being taught in secular schools. That's racy this confirmation bias coming out. It's really with the science of what they reject. All right and do throughout the show whenever we get anyone that gives a super chat by if you want to super chat on the bottom of your in the on YouTube. There's a little dollar sign click that and you can donate the money goes to carve dot org, and so Jason manning gave two dollars and said God bless so anyone that does that we give shout outs too. But sets you give a super chat and John is chatting away in their in their. He doesn't wanna come in here. John thinks wants to to his thing that he wanted to talk about. Was I gotta look it up. Now, something about being addicted. He wants he wants topic bible coveting a serious issue among striving for Turney leadership. Anthony, do you cut it other people's bibles, you know? I saw that. And and I responded to John actually, I mean, I got I John I got this very nice goat's skin ESV. I'm not coveting years. John. It's kind of like if there's a piece of food on somebody's plate that you really want you lick it real quick. And then they won't eat it. You just do that to Andrews bible, and he'll give it to, you know, say I get another one right here that that someone bought for me, another goats. So I don't need your goat skin. I don't need to read one John John John got red goat's skin bible, and he I just like taking it from. But so real quick get back to creation science so with creation science. You some bibles. I can pull out. It's so okay. The argument people will make is well there several argument. One people make the argument that anything that Chretien. Scientists do hasn't been done through pure review or double blind. Studies. Is that true? And how much does that actually matter? So here's another issue of confirmation bias. They will make the claim that we don't have peer reviewed science journals. And we say look at all these journals peer reviewed look at all these articles that are peer reviewed some of which appear viewed and secular journals, and they reject it. They will read any of the journal so ICR at creation dot com. AIG they all put out journals. Good heavy research technical journals done with actual PHD scientists. And these things don't get looked at. So we have plenty of peer reviewed journals peer reviewed articles in those journals. They they just again, they reject everything. Systematically, if it doesn't if it doesn't fit with their world view. It's gone. They don't think about it. And that sort of what Ben Stein was trying to get across in that movie. He did expelled, smells expose. Belt. And what do they do with that? They're like, oh, well that is in serious. You know that? If it doesn't start with the conclusion they want. They just reject it and say, well, that's that doesn't count. So here's what's crazy, though there if you go into certain secular scientific journals, you can find you can find articles and in research, where they show we know people, you know, guys that do the research together speaking among themselves within the article talking about how they can't see how things like evolution works. There's plenty of there's plenty journal articles. They know that they're they're I don't even want to call theory is not a theory. But their hypothesis is broken they know that they don't have a mechanism in terms of the mutation issue. It's it's the one thing I explained the book, it's the one thing that when as you've heard me teach multiple times of thing about mutations is best the Lynch pin revolution. And they know they don't have it. Same thing goes for the big bang theory. It's the reason why people probably don't know this. But the reason why the Higgs bows on particle was. So so so important for them to find. Few years ago in why they had all kinds of excitement for what they thought was a Higgs bows on particle is because in the big bang dilemma, it brings up something called horizon problem. So maybe I'll explain that here for a moment. I just heard this on Easter Sunday as I was witnessing to my father in law, and and brother-in-law. So Julia was gracious enough to walk away and take the rest of the family with her and it left me with with them for for several several hours. And. We had some interesting talk. So the brother-in-law thought he's been really smart says, hey, have you ever looking at telescope before? I go, of course. Well, don't you think that we can see billions of light years away? And I said how we got a break for this. Are we seeing we're we're seeing it, but I didn't show him in. He wants to show here. What we'll put him on camera. He can show his. Now, he's not putting his Cameron.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"Polytechnic? And you report Clark of the Christian punk. All right. This is a politics live, and we are live. Glad to have you all here with us. We are here another week. But we do not have the slick one. Which means we're gonna have a lot more fun. No. We have a doctor in the house, quite literally a doctor. Well, specifically, a dentist. Yeah. I'm not a real doctor. Yeah. Pl say, you're not a real doctor. This is Dr Anthony semestral from striving for turn ity, and we're gonna have some fun talking to main topics tonight which pregnant get into some others. We're planning to talk about creation science, which happens to be his expertise. And the main thing he ends of speaking about for striving for Turney. But we're also gonna talk about something else, which is kind of his favourite love. I think would it be fair to say you have a love hate relationship with the new apostolic reformation. Yeah. The NRA and Catholics for whatever reason are just always on my radar. All right. Everyone around here is either one of them. So Mets is is trying to pack up his house for folks who have been following along with us. Matt is trying to pack up in. He's getting believe it's this week. The corporates come in the paint goes up, and he's trying to get everything out of the house to be able to do that. They're still trying to figure out how to get to move. They're trying to get for folks who have been following, you know, that his wife is basically not very mobile, and so they needed to get an RV to travel down to they have to get that first. They also have to kind of borrowing someone else's is what they're looking to do because they can't afford around one. But they're looking to do that. And they found out something interesting with their health insurance. They discovered that if they move right now, the health insurance that they've already paid the deductible in full starts all over and they get to pay the deductible all over again. Yet, they get really high deductible, and that's going to be hard. So they're trying to figure out win would be the right time to move. This move may get put off a little bit. We're they're trying to figure this out. So there is someone in the chat named Paul Mars, Paul. Make sure you go to and fro else go to apologetic live dot com. And there is a link to join us from there. There's a reason to ask him Paul to join us because we're gonna be talking about topic the new apostolic reformation or in a are for short, and he had some questions on that. And so we're gonna talk about that actually as kind of amazed Anthony that in the politics live Facebook group, I asked folks what it is. They they wanted to talk about tonight had some, you know, basically just trying to get some some topics and new episode reformation came in a lot of people want to talk about that. We did have one that. Maybe it's up your alley. You know, Steve Ludd with really wanted to talk about big foot and Neville him. And flying demon babies now, I guess that's based out of Genesis six with the whole thing of Neff Elim. So I guess maybe he wants you to answer. I from what I. What they're doing that show without Franken. I mean, that's Franks term. So well, the okay, the flying demon babies is Frank. That's that's all Frank Frank Melissa's who are speaking of. But I guess he dropped the picture in there. And I guess that had some video that he did call big foot and Neff Elim, total depravity, and covenant theology. So I guess those topics that came up on his radio show at one of the times. And I guess met was saying that maybe the Bigfoot or Netflix. I don't know. I century said that neither one of us are capable of answering anything about Bigfoot or flying demon babies because neither one of us believed that they exist. So let me start. I want to ask you some questions first about creation science, and then we'll move over into discussing Eeyore because that's going to be a longer top talk for the folks who are in the room. If you have questions just give give a shout on the side chat there to let me know that you have a question. So that we can add you in but anti real quick for folks. There's a big there's lots of debate on the issue of evolution the issue of creation science on. My rap report podcast your every once in a while. I try to go over different different issues of logic. I gave one recently called confirmation bias. You're familiar with that. I believe right. Okay. I gave the example of how it's used with Evelyn. Could you could you give explain walks plan confirmation by then I'll ask you to give how we see this workout when we talked to people about evolution confirmation. Bias is basically the idea when you only accept evidence or supporting arguments that support a conclusion that you hold to another words you hold to a conclusion. And if evidence comes in that supports that conclusion, you accept it. If it doesn't accept the conclusion you reject the evidence that's called confirmation bias, you have a bias toward something already confirm. Anthony, how do we see this play out when it comes to have Aleutian? Oh, easy. You talked to Neville Sionist, and they will say all science points to Evelyn. And and then they start rattling off certain things. So the reality is is that there's lots of good science out there, the ignore most of it. And if any science that we bring up says, wait a minute. This is where evolution has problems. Revolution can happen. That's what they reject. And then they go back to the us. Fallen other logical fallacies such as pointing to people like me, not being real doctors. And have no thorny to speak on a subject, the they will also point to the myriad of scientists. Would they would call the myriad scientists out there? Like, I admit do the majority of scientists by Tivoli Shen. Seemingly? So I will also say though, that there's many more scientists that that are secular. They are they hate God. But they still realize the big big problems with volition. And so it's interesting. What's actually out there is now a is not what's being taught in secular schools. That's racy this confirmation bias coming out. It's really with the science of what they reject. All right and do throughout the show is whenever we get anyone that gives a super chat by if you want to super chat on the bottom of your in the on YouTube. There's a little dollar sign click that and you can donate the money goes to carve dot org, and so Jason manning gave two dollars and said God bless so anyone that does that we give shout outs too. But sets you give a super chat and John isn't chatting away in their in their. He doesn't wanna come in here. John thinks wants to to his thing that he wanted to talk about. Was I gotta look it up. Now, something about being addicted. He wants he wants topic bible coveting a serious issue among striving for Turney leadership. Anthony, do you cut it other people's bibles? You know? I I saw that. And and I responded to John actually, I mean, I got I John I got this very nice goat's skin ESV. I'm not coveting years. John. It's kind of like if there's a piece of food on somebody's plate that you really want you lick it real quick. And then they won't eat it. You just do that to Andrews bible, and he'll give it to, you know, say I get another one right here that that someone bought for me, another goats. So I don't need your goat's skin. I don't need to read one John John John got a red goat's skin bible, and he I just like taking it from. But so real quick get back to creation science so with creation science. You like some bibles. I can pull out. It's so okay. The argument people will make is well there several argument. One people make the argument that anything that Chretien. Scientists do hasn't been done through pure review or double blind. Studies. Is that true? And how much does that actually matter? So here's another issue of confirmation bias. They will make the claim that we don't have peer reviewed science journals. And we say look at all these journals peer reviewed look at all these articles that are peer reviewed some of which appear viewed in secular journals, and they reject it. They won't read any of the journal so ICR at creation dot com. A I g they all put out journals. Good heavy research technical journals done with actual PHD scientists. And these things don't get looked at. So we have plenty of peer reviewed journals peer reviewed articles in those journals. They they just again, they reject everything. Systematically, if it doesn't if it doesn't fit with our world view, it's gone. They don't think about it. And that's sort of what Ben Stein was trying to get across in that movie. He did expelled, smells expose. Spelled. And what do they do with that? They're like, oh, well that is in serious. You know that? If it doesn't start with the conclusion they want. They just reject it and say, well, that's that doesn't count. So here's what's crazy, though there if you go into certain secular scientific journals, you can find you can find articles and in research, where they show we know people, you know, guys that do the research together speaking among themselves within the article talking about how they can't see how things like evolution works. There's plenty of there's plenty journal articles. They know that they're they're I don't even want. Call theory is not a theory, but their hypothesis is broken when they know that they don't have a mechanism in terms of the mutation issue. It's it's the one thing I explained the book, it's the one thing that when as you've heard me teach multiple times of thing about mutations is best the Lynch pin revolution. And they know they don't have it. Same thing goes for the big bang theory. It's the reason why people probably don't know this. But the reason why the Higgs bows on particle was. So so so important for them to find. A few years ago in why they had all kinds of excitement for what they thought was a Higgs boson particle is because in the big bang dilemma, it brings up something called horizon problem. So maybe I'll explain that here for a moment. I just heard this on Easter Sunday as I was witnessing to my father in law, and and brother-in-law. So Julia was gracious enough to walk away and take the rest of the family with her and it left me with with them for for several several hours. And. We had some interesting talk. So the brother-in-law who thought he's been really smart says, hey, have you ever looking at telescope before? I go, of course. Well, don't you think that we can see billions of light years away? And I said I'll we gotta break for this. Are we seeing? Well, we're we're saying it, but I didn't show him in. He wants to show here. What we'll put them on camera. He can show his. Now, he's not putting his Cameron.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"The. Welcome to the rap report with Andrew rep. Will we provide biblical interpretations and applications? This is a ministry of striving for terminating the more content quit. Speakers seminar for your church goats striving for Turney dot. Okay. We have a bonus episode of for you. This is an episode from the conference that we recently had starting fraternal recently had on the sanctification through suffering conference. This is pastor Frank mullah's dealing with the topic of depression there. Many people that struggle with depression, many who don't want to admit to it. And I think this message will help you and it will help you to help others as well. So please think about sharing this make sure subscribe to the rap report. And if this is helpful to, you know, share it with others, but would you consider donating so we can deuce more things like this. You can go to striving for train dot ORG slash donate to donate their now before yet get to the episode. Let me give some shout outs to some things. I noticed that were the active. Posts that people are looking at at the striving for eternity website for last month month of March, the number one post that we had was our episode of the podcast on the new apostolic reformation, whether it is a Colt knows with my interview with Amy Spearman, we had a lot of people interested in that over fifteen hundred people just last month. We're looking at that post, and that article another thing that was very interesting. A lot of people were very interested in God's view of premarital sex part one part to had many hundreds of people that went to check that out. And so those are that was actually a blog article by one or new bloggers, and you could check that out very helpful information that in by should say that that was from. Ashley evans. She's one of our new loggers. We will have another new blogger that will be announcing shortly probably later on this month. But what was of interest is this month? One of the number one things that people are going to check out was our article on. What is salvation in Judaism thought that was interesting? Another one is what is the afterlife in Jehovah witnesses, and what's the afterlife in Roman Catholicism. And so those are some of the top articles ready. We found that to be kind of interesting. It's always good to see what people are searching for what people are looking for one of the searches that ranked high is salvation in Judaism. So that might explain why so many of you were looking at that article. And so if you wanna check out some more information, we have you can go to striving for eternity dot ORG. Get more information about. Us and you could help us if you'd want and can afford to support us we are giving some things away for those who support you can go to our pitchy on page. Links are in the show notes, but patriot dot com slash driving for turn ity and see some of the things we're giving away if you are willing to support a so hope you find this episode of the rap report bonus episode, helpful to you this again was from a conference on the topic of suffering the sanctify through suffering conference, and we hope you find these helpful make sure subscribe to get the rest of the episodes of that we're going to drop those in bonus episodes. So without further ado, here's the introduction that I have for pastor. Frank Mullis of striving for eternity. Last night was great for those. I think it was aim were not here last night. I think it wanted to yet. 'cause you guys were doing VS. Or wanna so we're going to try I did get the audios. I did check one of the audios, and I think we can amplify edited to get loud enough. What I'll probably be doing next month is put them on my podcast the rap report. So what you need to do everyone right now. Take out your phones right now. Take out your smartphone. Get your podcast app out. Search right now for rap report with two peas, not one p that's rap music. I don't talk about rap music, I've gotten the emails this has nothing to do with rap music. But did you listen to the end where it's where it's got the gospel. So search search for rap report hit subscribe. And then when that downloads when we have those that'll download right there. There's two of them actually that should show up rep report daily repre port rap report daily is a two minute Monday through Friday. So if you wanna get that you get that. And right now, we just finished up mica. No Odia thing. I forget which wanted just finished is actually Ovid. I was actually recorded them before I went to California. So I did like three weeks of podcasts and schedule them. We're actually going through every book of the bible in two minutes. So just give you a quick overview of every book of the bible, and then I'll put them all together and put it onto the long addition at some point, so. That's podcast to podcasts. You can get today. And when you do make sure that you listen for next week. We're going to put them all up there. Frank Melissa's, a pastor down in Georgia Devereaux Baptist church been there. I'm I'm yeah. I was gonna say fifteen but been there almost fifteen years he is a fulltime counselor of sexual offenders. So he gets the see the worst of humanity on a daily basis. He also runs the Milledgeville mixed martial arts academy. He's got a black belt in karate. Nj to thirty second degree or third now in digits for oh, I got your second from. Yeah. So so he's got that used to be a podcast. But right now, he's getting his doctorate and life kind of stops. Wait. He's got three full-time jobs. How does life stop? Right. But we want to have him talk to you about is the issue dealing with depression. And you know, this is a thing that many people struggle with for folks who don't know. You may not realize many your pastors in struggle with it. And you know, there's people that end up being positions where they have to kinda hide that. So this is an important thing to be able to recognize ourselves recognized signs, but also to to see how we can help others. I did a podcast with Amy mantra body on the issue of depression, anxiety, and one of the things we talked about is that people who go through this often go through it alone because they don't want anyone to know they're struggling and the reality is the one of the biggest ways out of it is to have help. That's what churches for all. Right. So Frank if you wanna come on up, and you gotta check out his shoes. Check out those shoes.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"The. Welcome to the rap report with Andrew rep. Will we provide biblical interpretations and applications? This is a ministry of striving for terminating the more content quit. Speakers seminar for your church goats striving for Turney dot. Okay. We have a bonus episode of for you. This is an episode from the conference that we recently had starting fraternal recently had on the sanctification through suffering conference. This is pastor Frank mullah's dealing with the topic of depression there. Many people that struggle with depression, many who don't want to admit to it. And I think this message will help you and it will help you to help others as well. So please think about sharing this make sure subscribe to the rap report. And if this is helpful to, you know, share it with others, but would you consider donating so we can deuce more things like this. You can go to striving for train dot ORG slash donate to donate their now before yet get to the episode. Let me give some shout outs to some things. I noticed that were the active. Posts that people are looking at at the striving for eternity website for last month month of March, the number one post that we had was our episode of the podcast on the new apostolic reformation, whether it is a Colt knows with my interview with Amy Spearman, we had a lot of people interested in that over fifteen hundred people just last month. We're looking at that post, and that article another thing that was very interesting. A lot of people were very interested in God's view of premarital sex part one part to had many hundreds of people that went to check that out. And so those are that was actually a blog article by one or new bloggers, and you could check that out very helpful information that in by should say that that was from. Ashley evans. She's one of our new loggers. We will have another new blogger that will be announcing shortly probably later on this month. But what was of interest is this month? One of the number one things that people are going to check out was our article on. What is salvation in Judaism thought that was interesting? Another one is what is the afterlife in Jehovah witnesses, and what's the afterlife in Roman Catholicism. And so those are some of the top articles ready. We found that to be kind of interesting. It's always good to see what people are searching for what people are looking for one of the searches that ranked high is salvation in Judaism. So that might explain why so many of you were looking at that article. And so if you wanna check out some more information, we have you can go to striving for eternity dot ORG. Get more information about. Us and you could help us if you'd want and can afford to support us we are giving some things away for those who support you can go to our pitchy on page. Links are in the show notes, but patriot dot com slash driving for turn ity and see some of the things we're giving away if you are willing to support a so hope you find this episode of the rap report bonus episode, helpful to you this again was from a conference on the topic of suffering the sanctify through suffering conference, and we hope you find these helpful make sure subscribe to get the rest of the episodes of that we're going to drop those in bonus episodes. So without further ado, here's the introduction that I have for pastor. Frank Mullis of striving for eternity. Last night was great for those. I think it was aim were not here last night. I think it wanted to yet. 'cause you guys were doing VS. Or wanna so we're going to try I did get the audios. I did check one of the audios, and I think we can amplify edited to get loud enough. What I'll probably be doing next month is put them on my podcast the rap report. So what you need to do everyone right now. Take out your phones right now. Take out your smartphone. Get your podcast app out. Search right now for rap report with two peas, not one p that's rap music. I don't talk about rap music, I've gotten the emails this has nothing to do with rap music. But did you listen to the end where it's where it's got the gospel. So search search for rap report hit subscribe. And then when that downloads when we have those that'll download right there. There's two of them actually that should show up rep report daily repre port rap report daily is a two minute Monday through Friday. So if you wanna get that you get that. And right now, we just finished up mica. No Odia thing. I forget which wanted just finished is actually Ovid. I was actually recorded them before I went to California. So I did like three weeks of podcasts and schedule them. We're actually going through every book of the bible in two minutes. So just give you a quick overview of every book of the bible, and then I'll put them all together and put it onto the long addition at some point, so. That's podcast to podcasts. You can get today. And when you do make sure that you listen for next week. We're going to put them all up there. Frank Melissa's, a pastor down in Georgia Devereaux Baptist church been there. I'm I'm yeah. I was gonna say fifteen but been there almost fifteen years he is a fulltime counselor of sexual offenders. So he gets the see the worst of humanity on a daily basis. He also runs the Milledgeville mixed martial arts academy. He's got a black belt in karate. Nj to thirty second degree or third now in digits for oh, I got your second from. Yeah. So so he's got that used to be a podcast. But right now, he's getting his doctorate and life kind of stops. Wait. He's got three full-time jobs. How does life stop? Right. But we want to have him talk to you about is the issue dealing with depression. And you know, this is a thing that many people struggle with for folks who don't know. You may not realize many your pastors in struggle with it. And you know, there's people that end up being positions where they have to kinda hide that. So this is an important thing to be able to recognize ourselves recognized signs, but also to to see how we can help others. I did a podcast with Amy mantra body on the issue of depression, anxiety, and one of the things we talked about is that people who go through this often go through it alone because they don't want anyone to know they're struggling and the reality is the one of the biggest ways out of it is to have help. That's what churches for all. Right. So Frank if you wanna come on up, and you gotta check out his shoes. Check out those shoes.

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"frank melissa" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"frank melissa" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Is it's going to be in the low. Eighties, and in the, valleys, in I e it's in the low nineties overnight lows in the, sixties we, do have the cloud cover rolling in after midnight that will lift. By midday tomorrow Clermont seventy degrees right now, in ban, is it seventy four and Santa Anna. Seventy one degrees it's eight seventeen Money continues as Frank Motech continuing my conversation with CNBC anchor Melissa Lee who knew documentary on bitcoin it'll be premiering on Monday, Melissa we appreciate your sharing your insights with us after studying bitcoin blockchain technology in the various crypto currencies bitcoin of course has huge supporters. On Wall, Street as well as on main street some people made a fortune out there it also has harsh critics with some dismissing it as bologna to put it politely and some firmly believe even, the underlying. Blockchain technology is over hyped the price of bitcoin. Saw huge run to. Nearly twenty thousand dollars back in December is now hovering around. Sixty six hundred dollars this. Weekend tells about some of the folks you've been, talking about investing in bitcoin or gambling and bitcoin. As the case may be you know when you take a look at how many mom and pop investors are bitcoin these days and have lost a lot of money a lot of their investment because. They got in just before the big rush just before the big bull run and are. Still riding it you know you gotta think that this is going to give you positives of. Whether or not It is a, sound, investment the bulls will say it's a store value the bulls say it's currency store value when it. Goes, from twenty, thousand to six thousand that case is not too strong when you. Have a US dollar that is widely. Use widely accepted you can transmit it around the globe very quickly you know bears will also say there's not really use case for bitcoin there but, there are other technological purposes and reasons why you might wanna use blockchain technology we try and touch on all that in the. Dock one question that I have this crypto currency mining try to explain that our people making money with, the crypto currency mining well, when you're, mining cryptocurrency basically you are operating within the blockchain so every single transaction that happens the block chain has to be confirmed and, so bitcoin miners are the guys that are basically confirming these transactions and they get rewarded by the confirmed the transactions with bitcoin and so. That's how, they are mining the so-called bitcoin the cost of mining is a function of how How much? They, have to spend on electrcity and on solving the problem the dog Orphee that is protecting each transaction that cost of mining. Has in fact gone higher. And continues to go, higher as it's harder. And harder, to mine bitcoin every time you might a bitcoin you have one fewer bitcoin that will exist out there because. There's going to be a finite number of bitcoins ever to be, mined in the world that is the whole purpose. Of bitcoin, in the first place that is in the white paper that there's, a finite number of bitcoin and so the promise for the minor is that they. Will make more money than the cost of money just. Like when you're mining gold reminding any, other sort, of precious metal or anything else out there you put in a cost. You, extract that commodity and you hope to be able to sell. That commodity down the road for, more than a cost to get it. Just like social media icons the number of crypto currency seems to be, growing what's been getting your attention lately well I think that. The SEC and whether or not it's. Gonna step in. And and crackdown on bitcoin is a big big Question, over the entire space I mean they have really put a chill in the ICAO. Or initial coin offering market and. That's probably a good thing that's that's the area of the crypto currency universe where there have been the most scam so to speak operations businesses that. That basically crowd fund their businesses by selling these coins people by the coins and hope that the businesses which will utilize the coin. Will become so big that the coin themselves the coins themselves will grow in value but we've seen the. Space rife with with scams and, the SEC is really been cracking down there and so the thought is you know well the, SEC could actually create rules which will make it more difficult the SEC could step in and require ATS for instance to provide more proof as to why they should, be listening to the US from so a lot. Of people are looking at regulations? And, what will come down the pike whether it be from the SEC or congress so whether or not this will ultimately succeed And the United States are not as far as the person who invented bitcoin were, they ever able to determine that in the. Is that he Lon moss by any chance That'd be a. Great story but you know I'll keep I'll keep tend to his Twitter feed to see if it is, in fact not Komodo is is the the. Character that, created, bitcoin nobody is sure if if the to- is. A real, person or if it's a. Collective group of people. Maybe that misery will never be. Solved Franks all right. Melissa thank you very much for joining. Us. This weekend. And. Again congratulations on your. Excellent documentary CNBC's bitcoin boomer bust it'll be showing on Monday evening thank you very much, Melissa for. Joining us here this weekend pleasure thank you Frank Melissa mentioned crypto currencies getting popular with criminals according to a recent report by ciphered trace ripoffs from crypto currency exchanges. Sword in the first half of this year to, three times level seen for all of twenty seventeen the report says the digital money was likely stolen for money laundering purposes and in the first six months of the year a total of seven hundred sixty one million dollars was stolen from. Digital currency exchanges compared with about two hundred sixty six million for all of two thousand seventeen They say this year's losses could rise, to about. A billion and a half dollars later this hour we'll get an update on the growing list of crypto currencies from Bill bar height the labral digital wallet basically an. App that supports crypto currencies including bitcoin where you, can exchange across any crypto currency coming up next more changes in.

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"Often can't extend seventy NewsRadio hitting for the mid eighties today in town right now we're at seventy five degrees the l. a. Civic Center studio is at seventy three and in Irvine it's, seventy, six degrees at eleven sixteen as we get back to Motech on money Check money continues. As Frank Motech continuing my conversation with CNBC anchor Melissa Lee who's new documentary, on bitcoin will be premiering on Monday Melissa we appreciate your sharing your insights with us after studying bitcoin blockchain technology and the various crypto currencies, bitcoin of course has huge supporters on Wall Street as, well as. On main street some people made a, fortune out there it also as. Harsh critics with some dismissing it as baloney to put it politely some firmly believe. Even the underlying blockchain technology is over, hyped the price of bitcoin saw huge run up to nearly twenty thousand dollars. Back in December is now, hovering, around sixty six. Hundred dollars this weekend tells about some of the folks you've been talking about investing in bitcoin or gambling and bitcoin as the case may be you know when you. Take a look at how many mom and. Pop investors are bitcoin these days. And have lost a lot of money a lot of their investment because they got. In just, before the big rush just. Before the big bull run and are still riding it you know you, gotta think that this is going to give you positives of whether or not it It is a sound, investment, the bulls will say it's a store value the bulls to say it's turn of currency store value. When, it goes, from twenty thousand to six thousand that case is not too strong. When you have a US dollar that. Is widely use widely accepted you can transmit it around the globe very quickly you know bears will also say there's not really use case for, bitcoin there but there are other technological purposes and reasons why you might wanna use blockchain technology we try and touch on all of. That in the dock one question that I have the crypto currency mining try to explain that our people making money with the crypto, currency mining, well when you're mining cryptocurrency basically you are operating within the blockchain so every single transaction that happens in the block chain has, to be confirmed and so bitcoin miners are the guys that are basically confirming these transactions and they get rewarded by confirmed the transactions with. Bitcoin and, so that's how they are mining the so-called bitcoin the cost of mining function of how How much they have to spend on Elektra city and on solving the problem cryptography that is protecting each transaction that cost. A mining has in fact. Gone higher and continues to go higher as. Harder and harder to, mine bitcoin every time you might bitcoin you have one fewer bitcoin that will exist out there because there's going to. Be a finite number of bitcoins ever to be mined in the, world that is the whole purpose of bitcoin in. The first, place that is in the white paper that there's a finite number, of bitcoin and so the promise for the minor is that they will make more. Money than the cost of money just like when you're mining. Gold reminding any other sort of precious metal or, anything else out there you put into cost you extract that commodity and. You, hope to be able to sell that commodity down the road. For more than cost you to get it just like social media I cons. Of the number of crypto currencies seems to be growing what's been getting, your attention lately well I think that the FCC and. Whether or not it's going to step in and and crackdown on bitcoin is a big big Question over the entire space I mean they have really put a chill in. The ICO our initial offering. Market and that's probably a good thing that's that's the area of the crypto currency universe where there have been the most scam so to speak operations. Businesses that that basically crowd signed their businesses by selling these coins people by the coins hope that the businesses which will utilize the. Coin will become so big that the coins themselves the coins themselves will grow in value but we've seen. On the space rife with with, scams and the SEC is really been cracking down there and so the thought is you, know well the SEC could actually create rules which will make it more difficult the SEC could step in and require EPS for instance to provide more proof as. To why they should be listening to the US from so a. Lot of people are looking at? Regulations, and what will come down the pike whether it be from the SEC or congress so whether or not this will ultimately succeed And the United States are not as far as the person who invented bitcoin were, they ever able to determine that in the. Is a deal on moss by any chance That'd be a. Great story but you know I'll keep I'll keep tuned to his Twitter feed to see if, it is in fact not Komodo is is. The character, that, create a bitcoin nobody assures if the Toshi is. A real, person or if it's a, collective group of people. Maybe that misery will never be. Solved Franks all right. Melissa thank you very much for joining. Us this. Weekend and, again. Congratulations on your excellent. Documentary CNBC's bitcoin boomer bus it'll be showing on Monday evening thank you very much Melissa, for joining. Us here this weekend my pleasure thank you Frank Melissa mentioned crypto currencies getting popular with criminals according to a recent report by ciphered trace ripoffs from crypto currency exchanges sword. In the first half of this year to three, times the level seen for all of twenty seventeen the report says the digital money was likely stolen for money laundering purposes and in the first six months of the year total of seven hundred sixty one million dollars was stolen. From digital currency exchanges compared with two hundred sixty six million for all of two thousand seventeen They. Say this. Year's losses, could. Rise about a billion, and a half dollars later this hour we'll get an update on the growing list of, crypto currencies. From Bill bar height the CEO of labral digital wallet basically an app that supports crypto currencies including bitcoin where.

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