19 Episode results for "Freese"

How China's Space Ambitions Fit Into Its Larger Geopolitical Strategy

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:28 min | 2 years ago

How China's Space Ambitions Fit Into Its Larger Geopolitical Strategy

"China has landed a Rover on the far side of the moon. That is a first for any nation, and what you might call a giant leap for China's space program. China lags behind the US and Russia and space technology, but it has long had its eye on this frontier. A few months before he became China's leader in two thousand thirteen president Xi Jinping said the space dream is part of the dream to make China stronger. Now, it's tell us more about this dream, and what it means for the US. I am joined by Joan Johnson freese of the US naval war college. Welcome. Thank you. So we're used to Americans being the first to do things in space, and we're used to Russia usually being the competition. So let me start by asking how significant is it for China to become the first country to land on the far side of the moon. Well, trying to has been the country playing catch up, and so it's been very conscious of trying to incorporate things that give it a place in the record books because China understands that the prestige a country Garner's from technical capabilities often translates into geo-strategic influence, so they've incorporated things like landing on the fire side of the moon and in the future it will be combined with their human spaceflight program to announce officially announce a Chinese astronaut going to the moon. So the next voice transmission we hear from the moon may well, be speaking Mandarin Mandarin. Yes. What kind of disparity is there in space between US and Chinese capability spit, particularly when we're talking about defense and potential military ambitions. Well, again, the Chinese you're playing catch up. Yup. And as an example, China has developed maneuverable satellites which are seen as threatening because they can maneuver to get out of the way of debris. But if you can maneuver to do that, you potentially can maneuver to hit another satellite in their therefore a weapon, but we have maneuverable satellites as well, so because of this dual use nature pretty much anything China does in space will be considered threatening by the United States. So what do you see as the national security implications for the United States for the United States? It's imperative that we stay ahead, and we do that not by trying to keep the Chinese back because physics and engineering is the same invasion as that is in Palo Alto. So I think it's the imperative is on us to keep advancing forward in terms of space security policy. I'm very weary. Of moving towards the overt weaponization of space, which I think is where the United States is headed because there's just too much potential for misunderstandings and esscalation in ways that would not be beneficial to any country. Yeah. People talk about the fog of war here on earth. There's always the uncertainty of knowing what your adversaries antennas, I can only imagine that would be multiplied exponentially. If you're dealing with communications from space. Exactly. So as you look out into the future a year from now five years from now ten are there specific milepost she'll be watching for? Well, the Chinese have laid out very specific plans for both their Chinky and their Shinzo program. So we know for example that the Shinzo program will culminate with a permanently crewed space station about the same time that the international space station may be reaching the indicates operations in. So the Chinese space station will become the defacto international space station. And again, I think this is all going to come together within the next three to five years for the Chinese to announce a human spaceflight program back to the moon. They will face competition not just from NASA. But I think from the private companies basics virgin, galactic and others who've announced similar intentions, long-term or short-term. Joe Johnson freese professor of national security affairs at the US, naval war college. Thanks so much. Thank you.

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Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Microbiome - 20 Minute Fitness Episode #109

20 Minute Fitness

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Microbiome - 20 Minute Fitness Episode #109

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of twenty minute fitness. I'm one of our short value packs episodes today we are going. Thanks giving a condensed explanation on the microbiome. What is the microbiome exactly? Well hopefully of this episode. You'll be able to answer and under established but before we dive in a big. Thank you to all sponsor shape shape building shape scale three D bodies cutting scale that scandal body in three dimensions. uh-huh provides you with a photo realistic avatars of your body. This is delivered via the shape up along with data on your lean muscle mass your muscle. girth measurements wins and Joel percentage body fat so definitely check it out. It's available for preorder at shape. SCALE DOT COM so the microbiome. What is it? Well back tirrenia viruses. Fungi and other microscopic living things are referred to as microorganisms or microbes. For Shaw Aw. And the human microbiome has an estimated one hundred trillion microbes and the bulk of these live in our gut to the bacteria. Are we on fungi. Within your body actually have a major influence on loads of body processes from your metabolism to impacting. Your body way. Your propensity institute illness your immune system. They can help you protect against pathogens and they take part in the synthesis of vitamins so bacteria and other microbes as you can see from those explanation of what stay can or the function is or they play a major role in keeping you healthy whilst obviously some as as you know can lead to illness so the Gut microbiome refers to all the microbes in your intestines almost acts as another organ. That's crucial for your health. Now as you grow your gut. microbiome begins to diversify to start to contain loads different types of microbial species are the most dramatic changes in the composition of your microbiome occur in infancy and early childhood. According to much much research the richer richer and more diverse community of Gut microbes are the lower your risk of disease and allergies. So as you can see the food you eat affects the diversity of your gut bacteria so another question that might derive from this is how can you improve the diversity of the guts microbiome to maintain a diverse and healthy gots doc micro biotech. You need to eat a diverse range of foods. So as I've mentioned good gots. Health comes from diverse microbiome. And say you'd want to be eating foods such as legumes beans and fruits which contain lots of fiber and they can also promote the growth of healthy by Fidel bacteria which are y shaped bacteria found in your intestines. That are incredibly important for your health. I'm one of their main functions as to digest fiber and other complex carbs. Your body called digest on its its own other foods. That's all great feuds eat viewpoints diverse file micro biota all fermented foods Peugeot Yoga. Your Salad Crowds your cafe. They all contain healthy bacteria and they can reduce the amount of disease causing species in the Gut. You may have heard this lots of commercial drinks out there as well like actimel or your cult data meant to promote diverse gut microbiome and some evidence has shown that all official sweeteners like spas may increase freese blood sugar by stimulating the growth of unhealthy bacteria. So from that. That means you should limit your official sweeteners and focus on eating more L.. Fray biotic rich foods like asparagus oats and apples and so on so to summarize your gut microbiome is made of trillions of bacteria. Fungi and other microbes. Help support the growth of healthcare microbes new guts. Make sure you eat a very balanced and varied diet including your whole grain joe fruit show vegetables and Joel fermented foods and that concludes today's episode. I heard that was valuable. We will catch you next time.

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Daily - NASCAR Bristol Dirt Truck Recap Truex Wins

The Final Lap

01:29 min | Last month

Daily - NASCAR Bristol Dirt Truck Recap Truex Wins

"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on all man nascar truck series racing from bristol. Motor speedway this time on a monday. It rains all weekend long. And marsh march junior dominated the dirt leading one hundred five of one hundred and fifty lap event to take home. The checkered flag really had a lot of fun today. Honestly i mean you know. I came here a lot of experience. i've never really ran a serious race under to charity. A modified played around micro sprint one time and a little price to be here to be honest with you so you know just Really really a lot of fun today. Honestly i mean you know. I came here just really came in here Wander around the truck race to get experience for the cup car and And also just to see what it was like some fun. Really thankful for auto owner's noble aerospace Everybody kvm toyota. T r b. Everybody that's allowed me to drive this thing and obviously you guys did a great job with truck and you really just Was able to get to the front early and and really just take it from there so pretty awesome and a lot of fun. So you got. Ben rhodes ending up second followed by raphael lazar. Todd gillan and chase briscoe rounding out the top five point standings for the truck series show stewart freese and fifth mccracken and four sheldon creed. Three ben rhodes in second john. Hunter nemechek is the points leader by six up next for the truck series richmond on april seventeenth like us facebook dot com slash final lab.

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11 Trivia Questions on Alter Egos

Trivia With Budds

08:59 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Alter Egos

"Get ready to put on those capes and masks. I've got eleven questions for you on Superhero and Super Villain Alter Egos. This is Trivia. Would Buds It be welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thanks checking out my show today. We have an episode Fauria on Superhero and Super Villain Alter Egos. This was a fun one picked by one of my Patriot subscribers. Let me see who it was. My brother Scott helped me write the questions. He's been helping. Catch up the big excel chart we have and it looks like this category was picked by. Greg Hines so thank you greg for the idea. Now if you're a big superhero fan if you like villains islands this episode might be for you. If you don't like that kind of thing go back and listen to one of these seven hundred other episodes we have on the Libson feed. If you're listening on on the itunes podcast apple phone APP. I think it only goes back three hundred episodes but still at the at about three hundred to go check out because the show comes out every single day. Hey We got a lot of Christmas stuff. That's popped up the last few weeks and even last year. We had even more Christmas stuff. So if you're looking for that kind of thing some holiday trivia just search whenever you're looking for trivia with buds and Christmas poor trivia with buds and back to the future or trivia with buds and geography and you'll find some fun episodes to put in your ears also. Oh the show comes out every single day on Youtube if you want to listen to it on Youtube for some reason and I also post some fun videos over there of me on boxing. Different things showcasing different in prizes. Sometimes I do live videos facebook so if you're looking for more videos I will be shooting a ton more and kind of setting up a little studio space at my house for two thousand twenty so be on the lookout for all that. It's not too late to book a Holiday Party this time of year where people will hit me up for parties January and February. So if you have a late holiday holiday party and you want some Trivia entertainment and you live near or far think about having me Ryan Buds come host and Trivia with buds for your friends your family or co-workers also. I can supply you with everything everything you need to run your own Trivia party if you want to do it a little bit cheaper and I can send you everything in an icebox with prizes and all kinds of cool stuff for you to run your own successful Trivia night finally if you're a trivia host and you're looking for content I supply people who give me fifty bucks a month over. I'm Patriot dot com slash. That's true you with buds with all of my rounds for the month so I would give you a zip file that has every slide from powerpoint that I did for the five rounds each week in December at the end of the month. I'll send that to you. And sometimes I send you bonus months from years past so I might send you like something from November two thousand seventeen. And then you have a whole batch new stuff to kind kind of pick and choose what you WANNA use. So if you're truly host or you just need trivia content for any reason go to Patriot dot com slash trivia with buds. Join fifty dollars or more. You WanNa throw throw a few extra bucks and I will send you all that cool stuff digitally every month. All right guys. We're going to jump into today's episode. It's alter egos for Greg Heinsohn. We're GONNA jump into it right now here. We go all right here. We go some superhero and super villain alter ego names. I'm GonNa give you the civilian name. And you tell me who the hero or villain might be question number one Matt Murdock Number One Matt Murdock. DOC question number two James Logan Howlett number to James Logan Howlett number three Scott Summers. The three Scott Summers Number Four Barbara Gordon and number four Barbara Gordon number five Harvey Veep Dent Number Five Harvey Dent and number six James Rhody roads number six James Rhody roads number seven. Peter Parker number seven. Peter Parker number eight Oswald couple pot. The Berate Oswald Cobble Pot doc. Number nine Dr Victor Freese number nine Dr Victor Freese and number ten Reed Richards number ten Reed Richards question number eleven. Is Your two point. Bonus question question for two points what to actors played young and old magneto an X. men first-class what to actors played young and old magneto an X. men first-class those your questions for a superhero and super villain alter egos will be right back in just a second with the answers in here with the answers to the alter ego round. Let's see how you did out of eleven number one. WHO's the alter ego for Matt Murdock? That would be daredevil. Matt Murdock Doc. Matthew Murdock is a lawyer. WHO's blind and is an acrobat? And he has daredevil number two we had James Logan Howlett that would be the full proper name of Wolverine in the X men. Wolverine James Logan Howlett number three. Who is the alter ego? For Scott Summers that would be cyclops another X. men character and going Mbeki delivering for a second Thursday cool Wolverine podcast. It's like an audio drama Search on your podcast APP. It's like a marvel produced Wolverine Audio play and I listened to the first episode and this is pretty cool so I got to go back and finish it but you should check it out number four. We had The Barbara Gordon. And you could have said two different things you could have said Oracle or you could just had bat girl either. One of those kind of works out in different storylines in iterations of Barbara Gordon Number Five Harvey Dent is of course to face played by Billy Dee Williams and the Batman movie and also played by Aaron Eckhart in the Dark Knight Number Six we he had James Rhody Roads and that was the Dan sheetal character of war machine In in the ironman movies war machine We also had number seven which was an easy one. Peter Parker that was of course spiderman in a different a million different for an iteration especially spider-man into the spider verse number eight the alter ego of Oswald coppell pot is. The penguin runs for mayor and Batman returns. The penguin number nine. Dr Victor Freese was Mr Freeze also from the Batman Rogues Villain Gallery number ten. Who is the Reed Richards? Richard character otherwise known as mister fantastic from the fantastic four very stretchy and your two point bonus question. Who are the actors who played young and old magneto Nito an X. men first-class old magneto was played by Ian mckellen and young Magneto was played by Michael Fast Bender? Michael Bender was young. Ian mckellen was old there. You go guys. Thank you so much for listening to today's episode. I hope you had fun playing along with some alter ego Trivia Trivia from your favorite villains and heroes picked by Greg hines and special thanks to Scott bloods for helped me write some fun questions question of the day brought to you by Funky monkey designs of Sandy Miss California get all you're printing done with them at FM designs INC DOT COM which major car company owns Lexus. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for prize. Yesterday's question of the day answer was the mighty ducks for the movie. That stars coach Bombay. In your Trivia t name of the day is deck the halls of justice deck the halls of justice. There you go. Thanks for listening guys. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see you tomorrow for MORE TRIVIA WITH BUDS cheers burn

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Throwback Ep 96: Cyntoia BrownI am Free!

Toure Show

53:35 min | 1 year ago

Throwback Ep 96: Cyntoia BrownI am Free!

"You GotTA think I've been praying like so hard I was like that's not GonNa get me this God's not GonNa let me do the rest of my life in prison and then by you know you go onto the trial and you know it's going bad. I'm thinking the worst that can happen is probably gonNA just be manslaughter. Maybe at the worse secondary martyr which is fifteen years and so I go into it. I'm thinking okay. I'm GONNA get good news. And then they say life and it's like what just happened. Are you serious? I'm just sitting there. You got these cameras catch in your face and you can't even really fully process it. I mean it's hard it's rough especially when you get to the prison and you see what it's like by you see what you're missing out on with family and it's just miserable in there like it's miserable and you're like you mean to tell me like this is going to continue until I die. I really because nobody this doing years in prison. Who's going to last that long sin? Toya Brown long has lived an insane life throughout her early teens. She was repeatedly. Jailed repeatedly raped prostituted. Everything it seems like every man. She came in contact with did her wrong when she was fifteen a pimp. She was in love with center out with his gun and she shot and killed a man she was a teenager who'd been victimized by the world but she was convicted and sentenced to in prison but she never lost hope that God would somehow save her enduring her fifteen years in prison. A groundswell of support and sympathy began to grow until the governor of Tennessee. Commuted her life sentence she was released from prison in August of two thousand nineteen just two months ago. She's now free and starting over and she's the author of an incredible memoir called freese into area. It's the incredible sin Toy Brown long on. Toray show you have been through an unbelievable journey in your life to get to this point how are you? I'm good. I'm blessed. I mean you must feel the most amazing weight off of your shoulders in your heart. And just how is it? I mean it's good and it you know. Of course there is a weight like it's been lifted but to be honest with you until I can see like the other women that I left behind so I could see some change happening for them to. I won't really feel like that. You Know Big Sigh of relief But it was definitely like you know I have my own finally Though I mean just even the pictures in the book the the end photos and the sense of relief that we can see is like wow like. She's so lifted. How did you make it through all of this? This this hell that you've lived through. It was literally nobody but God that got me through. It was rough and you know there was times it should. I shouldn't even have survived and I didn't realize the time just how close I was. But you know he was watching out for me. He definitely had angels around me protecting me. I mean this story. The hell of your life starts from early teenage years. And there's really there's really nobody around who's good to you everybody's trying to take from you and us you and I mean I wonder you know just at a young age when you start seeing that happening all the time you lose faith in humanity. Do you not. Yeah so that started you know. Once I left home the little cocoon and my mother's house it was like that it was always someone that wanted something. Always you know some kind of drama happening and just a lot of trauma that I was taking in and for a while you know I did struggle with you. Know filling certain ways about men in general just about people you kinda come to expect the worst from people But you have to realize that just because you experience that with one person to person a few people that doesn't mean it's reflective of everyone and so that several years for me to to get to that place for understood that but before you even meet cutthroat. Who's this sort of central figure in the story? What did you think of yourself? Because there's just not much no no not much you know. I had come to a place where I really didn't feel like I belonged anywhere. I really didn't feel like I was accepted for who I was didn't really know who I was. You know I was just so desperate to to be accepted like the people around me anything that they said that I needed to be how I needed to be behaving. What was acceptable. I was just taking it all in like a pay this is. This is how I'm supposed to be and you know I was just lost like way before I even met him. I mean your I mean your child you were child but you were being treated like an adult quite often and you're dealing with rape dealing with crack using WANNA All see mean just I. I can't imagine what it needs. You think of yourself nathen. I've been much myself at all and I really didn't think much of the things that I was involved with. Either colleges blindly walking into situations and just figuring out how to survive from there. And when you I mean when you meet a man. They've cut throat. One would think one thing that would mean your Davis Right. Yeah Yeah you'd think so but I guess you just you're not really process and what's going on you put in an adult position but you don't have the capacity of adult you're not really thinking and so yeah that was Read right away your leg. He was cute. I wanted to get his number wanted him to have my number. I mean what was that immediate whole that La- because that's would start to lead you down the real hell you went into. I think like he was just really good about and now I can see it like you know we would have conversations. It was about me like up until that point I had learned how to present myself to men in order to get what I wanted from them. So you know I would usually just listen to them. Listen to certain key words and then just say every now and then something but with him. It was me being able to talk about you. Know my innermost desires my thoughts and and things like that and I was like oh well. He's interested in me and you know that that's all I had been looking for someone who saw me someone who was interested in me. Someone who accepted me and all he really did was just sit there and be quiet and let me talk but get the first man who's listening to me and it's so powerful and you feel like affirmed in seen right for the first time right. Yeah that kind of starts to suck you in. Oh yeah quickly. Like very quickly within his face days like all of a sudden it was like you know. I didn't want to see him for an hour. It was like on the second day. Let's spend the whole day together you now but it quickly becomes very treacherous. Because he's you know his friend is using you and then he doesn't believe you. He believes his friend is almost rapidly. He starts sort of pimping you you sleep with him. You say I mean why did you? I mean I guess you accept that because you don't think anything of yourself and like the crazy thing is like you know he was saying all these things and I'm like well no I'm not I'm not a sled like whatever saw really didn't like constantly like accepted as truth and whenever you know it would be like. I was doing what I was doing. It was like a whore. I'm not I'm not doing this. I'm prostituting like this is not what I'm doing. I'm just you know going out and getting some money from a guy like you just kinda rationalize things in a way were like later. You're looking back and it's like what was what was that. And Yeah like that was definitely the turning point. The I can't remember what I call them in the book but I'll just say with his friend Yeah that was definitely the turning point when things just turned ugly and I almost think like now like you know they plan that or something like was that just the excuse. Randy's openly start acting that way with me But I don't know so. I guess maybe readers they can attempt for themselves. Tell me what they think I mean you. You want one wonders. Why didn't she run away? But where would she have gone? Yeah there's the where would I have gone? You know my mother's home. Of course. Her door was always open but there was a part of me that was like going home. Abi Accepting defeat it would be saying you know failed. I know I told you that I was capable that I was grown and I didn't need all the structure that I wasn't a little girl because I wanted to be an adult but really the truth was wasn't Tino. I just couldn't admit that I was a child and then I didn't need to be at home. I didn't need to be in school. I wasn't ready for that anymore. So there was a question of where would I go? And then there's a part of you that doesn't want to leave you know and people who haven't been in situations like that they don't understand you always hear people when they're looking at domestic violence situations. Will he hits you girl? I just leave? Why would you say that stupid? And unless you're in that situation you can't understand like you don't you always think well it's GonNa get better. Bike will is just a little hiccup or I was tripping and I understand why he did. You make explanation. She make excuses. And you're always just kind of hoping you just have that hope that things are going to change and it keeps you there. I mean just a lot of people. Some people have strife with their mom. And you think about leaving a WANNA leave. What is the difference that that led? You actually leave when so many other people like are hate my mom but I'm not gonNA run away from her. I think it was because I had a taste of something different so actually ran away from a facility. So I wasn't at my mom's house when I ran away the first time and who wants to be locked up you know and so once I ran to the facility and was out and I was able to move around how wanted to. I can make all these decisions. It was just like like every teenagers. James. I didn't have somebody telling me to clean up my room or I needed to go do my homework or I couldn't wear this out of the house like I could do whatever I wanted to do. And so when I got caught on the run and of course went back to my mother's house. Then it was back to okay so you need to get yourself together because you got school in the morning. It's like what sees me. I don't WanNa go to school. And of course I would not ever ever in any circumstance to be allowed to smoke weed. At my Mama's I wouldn't even know where to get it like in my neighborhood from home like in my mom's neighborhood. I didn't know people they were doing that. Were I lived in Clarksville so I wasn't running from her house. Iran toured the things that I was trying to get involved with. And so that's the difference is that I have that taste of something different and it just kept calling me back in the book and you know you remind me of of of Assata Shakur book in that you know. There's so many heavy things happened to her and then in the central moment that sensor to prison. You're like something horrible happened. Let's move on. We're not going to go through the specifics of what happened that night. But then the next night year like we're GonNa get away with this right and then police arrive at your door. And what is that moment like you know? Honestly I didn't even think like okay. I could get in trouble for this. I know what I felt. I felt like I was defending myself. Like I didn't expect for the police to come knocking at my door. I didn't expect that and then like whenever the police came to talk to me. They were all like what happened like what was going on and did he. Are you in Llamas like well? Yeah this is what happened. I'm thinking they understand like this is okay it self-defense. I'm not going to get in trouble but every thought is to protect. Yeah well that was my first thought whenever whenever the answer. The door like how he acted. I'm not gonNA talk too much about but you know that was my first reaction and so my mind like everything was okay. I'm not GonNa say this and that really came up when they were asking me specific. Details that manny your room. What were you doing with the man picked you up anything that could lead back to cut? It was like oh well well. It wasn't that and to the point of just being ridiculous whenever the police arrested me. I even told him I was nineteen. Because you know that's what Gut had taught me if you're arrested in nineteen because obviously he was an adult But they quickly found out I was sixteen. And even after that you know you find out you found me. I was naked in the hotel room. Like that's how you found me. And when they found out I was sixteen he was still there with them because they had arrested as both for questioning taken us. Both in for questioning arrested me to remember questioning any then. You didn't feel the need to follow up at all so there was never like any kind of instinct with them to kind of like figure out what's going on. They never looked at me as someone who is being exploited you know possibly a trafficking victim like none of that to this day the detective. He still doesn't feel that way he feels I was. She was choosing to be out there prostitute and she knows she was doing your thank you old enough to make these decisions right right so. I mean just just in terms of the decision making process the way you describe it. It's almost like a sort of hypnotism where he's like. Hey girl go through this and like okay. Yeah and it's like you know people think. Oh well I've heard like I was in a sex trafficking ring and when you think about things like that it's like you know. These people are taking captive and Steph Mike. When you're dealing with somebody who was as vulnerable just young girls period are so vulnerable but like that I was dealing with internally like you don't have to like all it takes is a little bit of Nessin like that's it and that's all you gotta do and when there's so few people in the world who are showing you attention and showing you. I don't to say love I guess. At that point you received it as love even though it was not that is like. Trish clean water when your thirsty right? Yeah and then I had all these skewed like understandings of relationships. I didn't have like any sort of people showing me attention. They're all kinds of creepy old man. They were showing me attention. You know walking down the street to the store I would get that attention and are never really felt like they wanted me. They're paying attention to me so when I got that with him it was like. Wow this is what I want and I had all these unhealthy ideas of our relationships about you know you're supposed to find this man. Your ultimate goal in life needs to be that this man is GonNa take care of you like. That's that's that's where you're trying to make it to. Of course you see like in the book Raga and but a man also like someone who can bring to the table so I had all these like different things that were going on my mind and was like okay. This is my chance at a real relationship and every time when I would go out and I will come back with this money like I'd be like okay. Let's really going to be impressed. He's really GonNa let this. It's GonNa make him so happy you know that I've got this money number back to them like I can bring some detail. I'm contributing to the relationship like all these sick things that you're telling yourself is just not true but you know at the time like I was a kid and of course like nothing was ever enough. It didn't make them happy. Like love was not on the table period. And you had you described these ideas about sex that you got from watching porn. Yeah when you were much younger than that Talk about that part of it. Yeah so I had found A tape a porn tape and I would watch and it was so fascinated by it and then like on the Internet. I just kept watching. I was like ten years old when I started watching porn. And obviously it's not telling you like yes this needs to happen between two consenting adults and you need to make sure you do this and the other like it doesn't and so just you just kind of think like Oh this is what happens and these are all the moments like that when I close my eyes on H. B. O. shows my mom. Close my eyes. This is what's really happening. This is what they're keeping from me but here I was actually doing and I didn't understand anything that it really was. It was just kind of do something to do and so here I was having sex with people just because just because it was something to do not because I was attracted to them. Not because there was some kind of bond. They're just doing it. And it gives you a currency in the world right you something to allow you to get something from the men around you. Yeah and so and I remember the first time like something like that happened where it had been an exchange. You know the guy that had helped me run away from the facility and he was like come on and I was like okay. Like really didn't even think like Don WanNa do this. Should I do this? It was like okay. I guess this is what we're doing so you feel like you owed him because he helped you escape. I guess like I guess this is what's supposed to happen. I really didn't think anything through it and I didn't have anybody. Obviously at that age bomb wasn't telling me about stuff like that. Why would she think that her twelve year old daughter her thirteen year old daughter was doing things like that? In in retrospect do you think your mom failed you or you failed to hear her. I don't think my mother felt me at all you know. She was constantly trying. You know when she would get called up to the school. She was asking the school what she could do. They gave her no answers. You know when I was locked up in the juvenile court amon. She had to go to court with me. She was asking for help. You know anything that they had said that she needed to do she was doing. She enrolled me in counseling. And things like that so she tried but there was so much going on within me by the time that it really presented itself to that level that it was just I mean everybody like always says like you know parents felt like parents are not the only place that kids get influenced of course not so like there was so going on at school there was stuff going on with my peers like there was all kinds of stuff that was coming in and then there was the trauma of you know. Phil FIT ANYWHERE UP. Feeling that came from this lady. That you know is is some mystery lady who I was adopted from and like what is that about. Who am I so there was all kinds of issues? That were going on that. I really didn't even know how to communicate at the time so I wouldn't say that that she felt me at all because she didn't know what was going on with me. That's all that she used to say what's going on. Why are you doing this when you're going through your trial? You didn't really think that it would not go your way right you kind of you. It seems like you're kind of in a daze of not really understanding like the gravity like you kind of knew on a top level of your mind have been but in a deeper level. It still seems like this is GonNa work out right. They're going to understand right. Yeah because I mean you got gotta think I have been praying like so hard I was like that's not GonNa get me this God's not going to let me the rest of my life in prison and then like you know you go onto the trial and you know it's going bad you kind of see these things but then you cling to every good thing he claimed like Oh this person look this kind of way so that must mean that must this and well. I'm thinking the worst that can happen is probably gonNA just be manslaughter. Maybe at the worst second-degree murder which is fifteen years and so I go into it. I'm thinking okay. I'm GONNA get good news. And then they say life and it's like asking me say what when they did when the jury comes in and says guilty on three counts right feeling like I was just like I'll tell you this so like we were sitting there. You're supposed to rise and everything out of the jury leaves like we were not. Sania so like I was like we were all like really upset because it was like Ma'am like these people didn't hear at all you know like they didn't hear nothing that we had to say. And what do you mean I'm Gonna I'm it's been life in prison and it was so automatic like normally you get convicted and then you have a sentencing hearing but because it automatic life sentence with you know the first degree murder conviction. He said it right into her. Automated Life in prison. I'm like wait. What like what just happened. Are you serious and you know? I'm just sitting there. You got these cameras ch Ch ch in your face and it's like really people really right now so just so much going on. I mean I can't imagine the the heart sink feeling. That would come from wait. They just said guilty and he just said life what the Hell is going on right now and then you don't want to cause. Da that was just pretty much taunting me from the beginning. You don't want him to see me. You know upset and so I'm like I'm not him to cry. He's not he's not going to see it so I just sat there to stone vase because he was not gonNA. I wasn't GonNa let him another. He got to me and I didn't believe it and I was like you know. I'm just justifying. I'm not GONNA do life in prison what they had say. God's GonNa give me out of this and that's when I went back to my cell and you know I prayed I said if you get me out of here I will tell the world about you. Did you have a sense of faith in God at that moment after everybody? I mean you had been at that point in the book you have described being raped more times than one count. You described people doing you wrong more times than I could count. It seems like almost everybody who come into contact with Is doing you wrong? And then you know the. Da You feel like as a personal vendetta against you. The jury doesn't hear you. The Judge Amelie sends you away forever. How do you have any sense of faith in God when it seems like your mother is the only person who's been nice and sweet to your entire life? Yeah well and I think you know guy was acting to her a lot of times but I think we blame God for a lot of things. He has nothing to do with. A lot of things are on decisions there due to you know the enemy. He's busy and that's that's not of God and you know God was voice. That was getting me through. That was telling me you're not going to do that time. That was giving me those. Those kind words from my mother like the small kindnesses from certain people. You know that that that was God. You know go wasn't responsible for everything else. But what he did is what was meant for my bad. He turned around for the good but he did. He did it in his in his. I've I was. I was in wonder you know when you get convicted too. Something massive like that in that first night when you close your way and it's like Oh my God like I'm here rest of my life and like what is that moment that first night like I mean it's hard I just I just made up my bed half. I didn't even make it up the whole way and I just say there and cried and that's all you can do like you know just stuff your face in the pillow and cry because it's like what just and you can't even really fully process it you just can't and just. I mean it's hard it's rough. I especially when you get to the prison and you see what it's like and you see what you're missing out on family and it's just miserable and they're like it's miserable and you're like man you mean to tell me like this is going to continue until. I die like really like who because nobody video in years in prison? Who's GonNa last long so it's just like I? It's horrible it's miserable and you can see. I mean there are older women there. Yeah so you can see like yeah and you know. A lot of the women like who have been there. Of course. There were women who've been there twenty years and the thing you have some hidden in there like thirty years like there. Was this one woman you know. Poor Miss Emma and her mom just gone and I can't remember her from when I started my time house. She was just so full of life and just to see her tier. You're right in that way. And bless her heart you know. She's always saying like going across full. She thinks she's going home. And it just breaks my heart and it's like man she's not like I mean you know. God can intervene. God can but it's like any time she gets backed up to move somewhere. They tell us she's going home so she'll go and it's just so sad like it's so sad and it's like wow this is like really like a helpless flies like this clearly the devil's playground like where we are right now. He's the devil's playground. But the the prison experience you describe does not seem like the hell that some other people have described in their prison time. I mean and it's hell but I've heard about what you make with it and that's the whole thing for me. I decided that I don't care where I'm at. I don't care what the circumstances are. I'm GonNa live a meaningful life and so like what you read. Is You know me navigating trying to find that me searching for the? How do I do that in this place? Like how do that and do you do that? It's hard it's hard you know I started. I didn't even know what to do. I'm attorney hit said you can just completely give up. You can run around and you can be fighting and you can do drugs or you can get in every program that you can and I said well I'm GonNa do that. So of course. I had a setback at first. But you know once. I decided that I was going to get on the right path. I joined every program. I could join the anger. Management Class. Didn't work out for me. Well and then I got into lips. Come and like that really started. Yeah Lipscomb was the prison college program and that really just started turning things around and the reason that was so effective is that you know I was dealing with a lot of issues still coming from the situation with my self worth and the things that I thought to myself and so when it started to show me like what I could do when it started to tell me like you know we believe in you enough that we're going to invest in you. We think you're worth salvaging and it was like. Wow it a minute and I found a community of people and that really helped me like lipscomb was like Ma little psych my little refuge with all the craziness and stuff. There was like drama going on. I just go do homework. I just go steady and you know for a while like that's that's where I found my strength. There's a moment. Where did you talk about having that faith in God that first night but then you need somebody who's truly religious and she tries to speak to you about God and you're basically? Where did you say something like you know? God doesn't care about me so I don't care about right something to that effect anytime seabrook's Yeah and I wouldn't say Mississippi religious. I would say that you know. She is a follower of Jesus. I've come to find that there was a big difference in that order but yeah you know. She told me like when you come to. Jesus that's when you'll be free and I'm like Assad is going to happen like when the court says that you know. My attorneys have argued. Well win this appeal like that's when I'll be free. Obviously that was a lie. 'cause that that's not that happen but Y- I was still thinking in these terms of you know he didn't answer my prayer back then so he must not hurt me. So maybe there's not even one at all. Maybe there's not even a god at all and like I breaks my heart like where I wasn't that point but he still didn't let go of me like he said give up on me even though I started to give up on him and it wasn't until I learned about having a relationship with him until I learned about how he does things. Not How we think of things and how they should be done but how he wants them to be done and at that time you know I wanNA myself to be free. But the way that he did things in the end. It's in a way that other people can be free like there's so many other people that can benefit from from what's happening right now and he set this all up. It's nothing that I've done and got. I didn't put myself here. He did that. You remind me of that. What do you want to call it a parable or when you know when there was only one set of footsteps on the beach where were you? Then Jesus carrying I was carrying. And that's in. You lived there. Oh yeah absolutely and you don't notice that till afterwards because you think like you left me like you didn't do this for me you know. And it's like wow at a blow your mind when you look back and you see just that he was there the whole time and like when I when I felt that conviction in my heart it was like wow man. Mike. I'M LIVING FOR HIM. From this point on and you know nobody is ever. GonNa tell me anything different because I know I've seen it. It's been so real to me and you know I have that encounter like I think everybody who liked comes to know the ruinous God they have that encounter was like Whoa. You just can't deny him then was real. What is that moment for you to tell her? Can they read it? Please tell us okay. So you've heard of Joseph right in the Bible So you know he he dreams and and then it actually comes to pass. Well you think these things that happened in the Bible like Okay Great. That happened like cool cool story. I believe it may have happened but that was back then. I don't see that now. That's not really reality. And then it happens to you so. I happen to have a dream in Memphis and it happened in reality like literally like down to the very last detail. It came true and it was like. Whoa that was creepy. And I'm so glad I had actually one of the other girls with dream was you know and then it was after that that it came true. So she was like. Oh like that's creepy and then it happened again a second time and so when it happened the second time she was like okay now. This is freaky like something's going on here. And it was scaring the crap out of me too and like when that happens like that. It's like okay. There isn't a rational explanation for this because I had come to the point where I try to explain everything away. Try to find a rational explanation for everything and you just can't explain that like that's that's something else like that. Is God like all day long and I was like. Oh crap I this is real. He's real and you know it would still take some time after I met my husband and you know we started talking and I started like discovered that I had actually become angry with God because you know he told me I was like. I'm angry with guide your trip in and he was like issue. I was like I'm not. I just don't believe that and I believe in the universe I don't believe in all this other stuff and just he was like man Mike. Do you know Jesus I was like well. Yeah like I know but I know what I've heard about him and this time the other and some of the lies that you're told and he was like have you read that in the Bible. Did you see that about Jesus? I was like well no and so then I started actually read about him. I started to actually learn from from the Bible and I was like Wow i Jesus is dope. You know Jesus you know. He went through the Justice System. To absolutely like he was he was executed. He was traded so unfairly. And you know just broke my heart because I was like man like he is my brother like and they lie about him all the time like to this day there about him. Like what else have I been learning? What else have I been told that I've just been accepting and this is just like everything else that I had come to accept about myself from what other people were telling me and like. That's not true and so it just changed my whole life. I really it just completely changed the way and everything. So your husband is here review How did y'all meet Jesus? So he wrote me while I was in prison he Saw Documentary about me on you too. And he wrote just to tell me that he was praying for me But also he said you know God wants me to tell you that he is bigger than any sentence. He's bigger than any judge jury and he's GonNa get you out of here and when I read when I read the letter words like when I was packing myself up To send home from prison by just reading. How prophetic it was. It took me back to that place when I had that dream because he had mentioned he said the more people start. Hearing your story the more the world is going to start praying for you and you know this way is support is gonNA come in and at the bottom of the page. He had actually wrote free. Sin Toya Hashtag twenty seventeen. This is January. That didn't happen until November. So it's like Bro. I this is crazy. You know and that's one of the things we had actually like bonded over. And I started like listening to what he had to say about his experiences with God and his understanding of God and I was like wait a minute like I had that experience to. He's had dreams to he's heard the voice of God as well and like stuff that you can't explain it was like wow wait a minute so. I'm not the only one so I'm not crazy. I'm not an job. Not skitso and he was like no. You're not and you know it's just. It's been history since then how did you? How did this relationship develop? And how did you know how to love and how to receive love? Yeah so the relationship developed over the wave. This is January two thousand seventeen. So it'd be about three years in in January. It'll be three years we've been married for almost a year Writing letters talking on the phone. Spinning and gobs of money his money on global tail link very expensive so yeah we just got closer by you. Know he's my best friend. He's been my best friend by the Times imprison like he was there. He was the one that called. He was the one that I cried. Like twenty four seven talked about everything and you know just like we just got close. How did you? How did you have the ability to trust a man after so many men almost every man in the book mistreating you? Yeah and so. That really happened to like when I when I joined lips. Come you know early early. My sentence I think I started like two thousand nine around that time like this was the first time that I had actually been around people who were okay you know. I had always had a negative experience with people who call themselves. Christians always felt judged always felt that I wasn't good enough to be in their company that I wasn't good enough to be. You know a quote on quote Christian and when I came around them and I could just see like wow like. These are genuinely good. People like they don't judge me and they tell me that the reason they don't is because Jesus sent them like well you know this is. That's interesting and then also the men who were in the program like they weren't coming at me like they are attracted to me. That's what I become used to and I was like. Wow they don't want anything from me. These these people like really just want to be a friend like this man. He has a wife and he's actually loyal to her. He's faithful to her. That just wasn't my experience and I had come to have this like negative worldview. And they just turn that upside down. So I'm like wait a minute. This isn't how the world is. This isn't how life works and so I had to come to that process where it was like. I'm not going to allow you know cutthroat. Who's dead in ground to continue having power in my life? I'm not GONNA do that. I'm not going to let all these men who treated me the way they treated me to dictate how I am moving forward. I'm not going to let them rob me of a chance to have healthy relationships And so I had dealt with all that by the time. Jamie had come around now. I didn't think that I would actually be in a relationship while I was still in prison. Because you know women's prisons sny exactly especially as he is so you know it was. It was just by the grace of God the way that it came through. Would you did have a relationship. Not that's too big a word. You did much too big a word you be were. You did sleep with one of the CEO's and it's interesting because in that situation you immediately like this is wrong. Yeah right much faster than in the other situations where when men were stealing sex from US stealing your body in this situation like this is wrong. Yeah because like I knew better like Affeldt Disgusting Mike. After that and it was like brawl like. What are you doing like you just did this to try to make yourself feel better and some like I'm just putting a band aid on something and I was like? Why would I do that? And you know that's when I was like okay obviously. There's something here that I haven't done this. There's something here and I had to think that I can't like allow myself every time like I feel like my self worth is down or it's been attack some kind of way. I can't like put a band aid on it. I need to address. Like whatever is within me. I need to find out like where am I gonNA put? How view myself because apparently like I've been basing it on other things like things that that are GonNa follow away? Everything will come. Everything will go. Everything will change. And you know it wasn't until like. I said I started viewing myself the way Jesus says the way God does that. Things started changing. You know what I mean. I've interviewed a bunch of people who did a lot of time. You did fifteen years and I generally find them to talk about feeling institutionalized that the experience continues to weigh on them after they are free Are there ways that you you find that the long confinement and the prison experience continues to weigh on you Now only in the point that you know I want others freon others to experience it freedom but as far as like being institutionalized no like because I want to be in the first phase like no I. Didn't I think like when people will institutionalize in like when you're in prison you see people that are so institutionalized? They get comfortable where they are. I was never comfortable like from the moment I walked in. I'm like this Mike. I'm not trying to be here like this is where I wanna be. How do I get out of here like okay? I'm ready to go home. You hear a lot of people in prison. You know who are institutionalized. They say well if I get out or if I wanted to always say when I get out when I get out this this is not my life. This is not what it's going to be so in my mind you know. I always think about being free. Avid lay in my bed. And I would envision it constantly on the beginning of my time. That's all I wanted to do was lay down and just daydream. And just think about freedom like it was always in my mind so now being freeze his natural to me like it's natural like no tissue is I don't miss it at all. Not One bit. It was it was in your mind but when when it starts really catching fire out in the world and you become a symbol. What was that like when you start to feel like there's a larger and larger group of people who are saying this was wrong. She needs to be free. What is that like for you? You know saying how like so many people started like voicing. Have they felt about it? You know it was. It was so affirming that there are people in this world who see us here in prison and I didn't see them as speaking out just for me but for all of us and so every person in prison like they're constantly waiting for the loss to change like they're always in the law library looking. They're always watching on the news anytime. There's a whisper of a bill being presented to decreases to change. You know the schools on drug laws. Anything like they're always like clinging onto it and so like whenever this was happening there was other women like Oh my God this is it girl. Things are going to change God's about to open some doors and so it was like yes like pray like pray be God's will But then there's an element like it makes you nervous because you're like it's GONNA turn out bad or you know. There's a lot of people who don't believe in reform. There's a lot of people who don't think the system is broken like. Is this going to bring them out of the woodworks? Are They GonNa Kinda plant their feet in the dirt and be like no? We're not doing this So it was definitely a time where I had to stay focused on God and just pray that his will be done. Whatever it was and just trust that. 'cause you did become this big symbol and you know. I I was talking about you. I was aware of you. A lot of people. Were like aware of you for a while. It seemed like when we were agitating to To get Nelson Mandela Free. And it was like it was an idea. We didn't think that he was actually going to be released. And I felt like you know there was a growing sense of like season Sawyer. Brown is symbol of what is wrong with the system but with this actual person going to be released. Well I I don't know but like this see in this attention around. What's wrong with the system in the world is laid on your name but unlike she actually GonNa get free. I mean you know. I don't know yeah I am. I mean you know when you start to see you know. Actual superstars are spreading the name spreading the word. And Are you like? Oh this could actually happen. This thing. I've been dreaming of could actually happen. I didn't necessarily see the superstars and and think that it could actually happen. I saw you know just everybody what was happening and I thought that it was important. That people were talking about change but for me personally. It scared me because I know we heard from the governor's office that that wasn't helpful. You GotTa think in his position he. He is a public servant. Like he's a government official. He can't be seen as showing people favoritism. Because there's an outcry you can't be seen as like I'm GonNa make decisions based on tweets. Like he can't do that so it's like. Oh crap like what if I didn't know anything about governor has them at the time I didn't know if he was going to be like well. I'm GonNa do this and deny it just so people don't think that I'm making this decision based on this and so like it scared me it really did you know but I just thank God. The governor has them as a man of faith to and the whole process. He was listening to what God was saying. He looked at everything and my file and he didn't base his decision. Off of you know someone's tweets or anything like that. He based it. Off of the steps that I had taken to rehabilitate myself. He base it off of what the Lord told him. This is what he should be doing. He looked God first and then thought of himself as a politician. Second and so. I just thought that was really incredible. Just another example of how you got anybody anybody he can change anybody's heart he contains anybody's life around there. Nothing he can do when they come to you. And tell you okay. He's going to sign the paper. You'RE GONNA get out. You're going to get a date. What is that feeling? It was so I knew it like when I was walking. It was so crazy there was a girl pod and you know. I think the tense but this in the book but all my Thursday. She woke up that morning and I had looked at it and there was something in her that I just saw and she was like. It's a good day today. Was like it is going to be a good day today and the weekend goes by and then Monday morning. I'm call down to meet my attorneys and the same girl is sitting in a chair names. Tiffany and she say go and get your blessing girl and I was like this is it. I'm about to go and saw go down. And you know my attorneys. Tell me that I'm going home while I'm waiting for them to come in you know. I'm just praying thanking God I'm I'm stepping won't fade them like I receive it. I know about to go home. I know that this is they come in and tell me but then later they let me know that the governor had called them to their office on that Thursday to tell them that he was to make the announcement Monday. So you know I thought back to when she said Yeah I was like man that was the Holy Spirit. All Day Long Yeah the day when you get out. It's one thirty in the morning right that they come and say okay. I'm on leave your cell and put on your clothes and walk out. And what was that like? It was good like every asking me the craziest question like the day before and everything are you excited. Are you excited? And I'm like Bro. Like of course. I'm excited like I'm going out. Like Gotcha Miracle Yes. I'm excited but like you couldn't really tell like. I was just so calm and peaceful too excited and I was and they thought like you know you're not gonNA sleep tonight. Of course I did. I was knocked out mouth open and everything I came and got me so I hurried up and I went and got myself together. Had already given everything away like when I tell you I was bare bones. It was bare bones. I pretty much everything away. Even before you know I heard when I was stepping out on faith it's like Lord gave away everything and I gave them a good lip gloss. You gotta come through. You GotTa let me out so I pretty much thing but what I had to take with me which is pretty much. Nothing didn't want anything from that prison. Come with me can have it and you know got ready went over there. It is house free what it's been some of the biggest adjustments of the last couple of months because as you away for a long time the world changed a lot. There was a got expensive. I'll tell you that like can so expensive. It's gotten so crazy and apparently I'm like super cheap like in my mind. I didn't. I didn't really know that I've never really had to spend money for anything. I still don't listen to Tom. My husband's good but still like when you go to the store I have my little shopping lists and everything and it's like yeah give me some Velveeta and some of this and then you get in the store and they'll be like twelve dollars like oh no honey. I'm not getting mad. I'll get this stuff. The Bell Beata or whatever. The knockoff is. I'm not getting that but it's just ridiculous. Like prices are crazy. I've never had to deal with like health insurance like having to get my own health insurance so I was sixteen. I was on my parents. Took care of all that so having to look at my husband about things like this and it's like what like four hundred five hundred dollars for for something I may not even need and I have to have it. Like that's ridiculous. Was the thing you wanted to do like when you woke up and your free. What was something that you're like? I A walk round my hair my head and just be free. Mike really nothing like Oh i. WanNa go ice skate. You know nothing like that. I just I just wanted to like. I wanted to cook them out on kitchen like what I wanted to cook with without having enough pay somebody in the kitchen. Give me onions and garlic. I wanted to have everything that I needed and just make what I wanted. Walk around mcgown. All Day. You Know My little bonnet on and just chill. And that's that's what I do most time. So what do you want to do with the rest of your life to honor the experiences? You've come through what I now I do every day. Like you know. Just telling everybody about it. So many people don't understand like what really goes on like when you're going through that like there's a superficial understanding Some people like pay attention to a little bit and then they just move on to something else you know but you know just like really speaking out like speaking with girls speaking with young people Spending time with him. What is the message that you want them to get? Well with the girls ask with in particular. You know it's that you don't you don't have to work so hard being except it's okay like if you don't then who cares like who cares there's always gonna be somebody that has something negative to say about you. There's always gonNA be somebody that says like you don't belong here. Are Your this summit. Always GonNa try to take you down like if you just try to cater to everybody is. You're always going to be miserable. Like you definitely have to find like who you are for me was finding who I am in Christ to where I'm okay like. I don't care what people have to say about me like I just don't I know that I'm walking in a way that he's called me to walk. I'm trying to live to please him. And that's where it is and you know I tell them time like you are loved and you are okay just the way that you are just the way that you are. We talked about how at the beginning of this experience. Yourself image was zero. There's nothing so what is it. Now what do you think of yourself now? I mean I'm I'm pretty don't just saying let me. I live me. I think I'm pretty awesome. Thanks to Toya for a great interview and thanks to you for listening. Toray show gives you fuel to power your dreams because you can use your dreams like a rocket ship to blast you into a life. You never imagined you can make your dreams of reality and this show can help. I'm on twitter at terrain on instagram. Toray show please leave her view on I tunes. It really helps and tell your friends about the show Tori shows written by me Taurean produced by Jackie. Garofano our editors Ryan Woodhall and our photographer is chuck. Marcus were distributed by entertainment and we will be back next Wednesday. No doubt with another amazing person because the man can't shut us down with candy crush saga the crush. Israel. For the first time ever we're celebrating real crushers and their inside the game. Find out why they love playing complete levels inspired by them and win rewards. 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Episode 19, The Bottoming Episode

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Episode 19, The Bottoming Episode

"Hey, guys, listening to outcast podcast that celebrate the everyday victories for anyone who's ever felt other or outcast. I'm Alex Goodson in exit only lesbian with a surprising amount of Russians. Let stuff Brooks Morlock versatile. Gay man living in New York, and I'd like to apologise entire state of Georgia forgiving them off each. And I'm willing ear creator of the foundation in a self proclaimed asks fifty Nado, if you haven't figured out the reason for all the body calling. It's because today is all about the altuve taboo topic of bottoming that's right after super successful sex, the sewed special guests, Sarah's your money and say that to my. We decided it was super important to talk openly about our sex lives sexual health, and who we are as beautiful sex having a safe and shame freese. Today's show has some really incredible topics tapped it. They just keep coming these. We're here to talk about otherness. And that involves anytime someone commits the act of identifying something as soon as you are something you aren't something else. Tops or bottoms mask orphan, gay culture is full of labels and shame and we are here to break that down. And residents I can confidently say that. I have never bought it shocking. But that means I definitely have some questions I sent Brooks less than about four hundred thirty five we narrowed it down to these. So let's start in first and foremost, I look know what does it feel like and did it hurt? The first. Who? Okay. I'll take this one. Will they just keep it's like? Just like can slide right in. All right. So the first time for me was about four million years ago. I was twelve or thirteen seventh grade Cretaceous. Yes, it's definitely not the most appealing feeling the first time in for some it never becomes enjoyable. Don't I've heard, but I think that's partly emotional or mental like not physical in my humble opinion. Someone who only tops someone who doesn't like to compromise. Or who thinks bottoming somehow makes you feel like lemon? And if you have from that you can at me at Willie win you're on Twitter. I can fight about it all day long. Bottoming bottoming special though, it's a connection in. It's I dunno. It allows someone to literally get as close as you can't be to someone else. And you know for people who don't like feeling close. They don't do it. I get it. I know thought about like that. Yeah. I mean, they're times when I'm like, no, I'm not going to buy them. And it's also it's because I'm not feeling connected or I have no desire to feel connected to this person. But I'll top different right? But it's never I will not bottom situation because I think that's super typical in fun. But to answer your question. Yes. It hurts the first time in subsequent times after that. And but it does I mean as a man with prostate like. If ills good any sort of penetrates bills, go to any man, gay or not will not deny that. How did you learn about bottoming in learn about how to do it in how to prepare for if you weren't exposed to newer? Affleck, we're really lucky to have grown up in the internet generation. I did a ton of actual research not like pornography, like really reading twenty seven myths about bottoming dispelled or different blog posts when I was working on the drag show, and I needed to learn how to talk I like went to X tube and watched light fully uncensored videos of people tucking win I needed to learn how to bottom I really look at it from like a sexual health standpoint, not a performance him. And I just wanted to make sure that what I was feeling because pain is not ever desirable. But I feel like in Alex, you can speak to the first time as women still has a history or a stigma round of being painful uncomfortable as well. So I think that people have this like built intolerance that your first time is not going to be absolutely perfect. But you have to be realistic about what's painful? Or or uncomfortable in what's actually harmful? Yeah. That's a good point. Sarah would be so proud of us. I know I was texting her yesterday about this. So maybe we'll have a follow up with her feel like when this has been brought up on previous episodes to from what I understand. It's something that's part of your identity too. Big part of gay relationships in Israel's actual relationships. So is that something unto stab when you first meet someone not like, hi, I'm Brooks. I'm Aquarius and a bottom is that something that you kinda get out away the beginning. Or how does that work? I don't do a grinder SCRUFF or any sex apps. I feel like those will you can tell me, but I would imagine that identified by sex role pretty explicitly because you're shopping like it's like being going to old navy. There's a tops in the bottom section. You know, so but for I Don dating apps and a lot of. Oh, files will use like one of the emojis like either up down or like, the, you know, repeat with function or sideways, or whatever. So just so that you don't get into a situation where you don't have sexual compatibility. But also, everyone has a point of view on win. It's appropriate to ask. And so his just in your dating profile. They know it's out there as opposed to like some people think you should ask really early. So you don't go too, far and other people think if that's all you're asking the Netflix care about kind of helps get rid of that awkwardness. A lot of times, you just know in one of the things like, I'm admittedly, not shy when it comes to like, sending provocative pictures, two guys. I really like exploring my sexuality in that way. I think with whatever side of the body guy leads with like if he sends you ask pic-, he's probably like really confident in that part of himself since you dick pic, he probab-. Wants to use it on you. I'm completely versatile. I tend not to care. So if it's not on someone profile, I never really asked. Because at the end of the day is of no consequence to me as long as there's chemistry. But will I don't know. What you think about that? Yeah. I mean on the unlike grinder in scrubbers deadly Porsche it like you can put there's a question asked that you can answer you don't have to. But the options are very kind of over the place. So it's like, you know, top mostly verse most about bottom oral only know sex like there's a bunch of different. I should be no sacks. I really don't like sex doll. All. I need that filter on something somewhere. So it'd be a scenario with Israel's scenario say, you're you meet of the you really hit it off with them really really really not with them. And then you find out there a strict bottom in your strict bottom to that mean that that can't go anywhere. I would say it would be pretty hard. I think to tops can like learn to take turns and find sexual equity, but typically in this is only my experience. I don't want to blanket like everyone has beautiful sexual diversity. I don't mean to prescribe that for someone, but the high level answer your question. I think is that a lot of the just bottoms that I've been with are also looking for an added element of dominance, man. You know, some guys have other like erectile dysfunction or reasons they can't top said people have insecurity about dick some people only can Jack late when their prostates being stimulated in. So I think when you have to bottoms if they have any of the issues listed above it really starts to limit what they can do sexually. And just speaking very specifically to me, I would date total top before idea total bottom in that comes from like wanting to feel sexually confident I feel like I have a world class asks and like my dick is nuts. So I just want to feel like doing what I'm good at incompetence in sex is really important of gun only person in the world that feels that way. But I do feel like someone who's a total bottom if I were to date them because they're total bottom. I just get this preconceived notion of their unsatisfied in there just looking to be completely annihilated in. I that you're heading that. I have I don't know does that make sense. It's kind of all over the place answer. Like, you're really asking to bottoms meet in turned into me. But. I I don't know. That's kind of like, I can't give you a concise answer. I do think it's it's it's more challenging. Yeah. I think from my perspective, right? I'm, you know, fall in love with anyone someone please date me. Please love me. So if I'm on an app, right? I have a mood. I want I wanna get or I wanna thought. So I'm not looking on a on a sex profile. Right. You're not looking for something. That's long lasting just like what will fill the need now. So I think Dave being profile is different where I want. You know, what I'm looking for in a dating profile like someone wants the rest my life with is not someone that maybe I necessarily wanna hook up with all the time. Are you know what I mean? Like, yes, I want to date all the time. But the person I'm looking to hook up with his probably not someone I will date. Maybe they are. I wanna ask a question about douching the fly forget I wanna ask. Exa question. But if you if you don't mind answer, you said one of your answers, don't like sex. Oh, yeah. I don't flicking talk about that. Yeah. I I'm a perfectionist and Sex's messy humorous uncomfortable. And I don't have a lot of sex. And it's a real source of insecurity for me because I know that I can do really well in conversation. I know I can treat someone really well, but because not having a lot of sex in grinder because a craft people that do that have a lot more than I do in get used to mediocre or subpar sex, the only sex that I have is with people that are incredibly meaningful to me. And so I think I have a different set of sexual pressures myself and right now in my life, for whatever reason, I just really really unhappy with my body, and I don't feel like what I'm giving. Someone is up to what I think I should be giving them in. So I'm just not in place right now where I feel very good about sex at all. All but I don't sit home wanting it or wishing it. I don't feel like I'm doing without. It's very much active decision to be less sexual. I don't think it's gone forever. I think in the moment, we're gonna talk about experience I had this week because I've had a lot of anal rectal health issues that I think make me feel a little bit less sexually perfect. So is pretty complex issue in one that I don't think I've ever heard anyone talk to me about I think that people like the idea of of seeming like they have a big sexual appetite in people kit don't kiss Intel they like to allude, and I've never heard someone else like myself say that they don't like sex may avoid sex unless it's like we've been married for eleven years on the fire is like, that's what you usually here have a completely different relationship of. Yeah. That's interesting. Thanks for sharing that so. Speaking of sex. I want to ask about douching. I don't understand anything about this. When we talked on previous episode. You mentioned that you on fire island where people are waiting in the line to go to the bathroom at all. I could think about was like how are they doing in these bathrooms? Is this something that you can do at a moment's notice? You need to carry tools with you. What happens if he don't do? Can you walk me through? What is this very simple? I will tell you how it's done practically than I have like three kind of salient point. So I think everyone should take away from this. That's how it's sailing and points, that's very clever. So what what you do? I think the easiest way is to use like a bold busily like a giant Turkey based or giant eyedropper, and you can go to the toilet restroom. In Philip with room temperature water in you inserted into yourself empty the ball in the new set of toilet. And you let all of that comeback out of you. And it basically removes all of the debris that's lining like the first like four to six inches of your rectum and colon doesn't like if you're having sex with person, that's like really really sizable. It's you're gonna that's like when you have to worry about diet or the last time you ate, but like for all intents and purposes, if you clean out that I chamber you're gonna have a pretty clean sexual experience in usually in two three bulbs full of of water, you can basically be pretty clean. So that's how it's done people. Also have a shower attachments. I've heard of people doing it with a dishonor water bottle, which flows my mind, but I don't feel like I'm geometrically like. Anyway. It was my. So here are my my points. I think you should never get to where you depend on it. I had a long relationship where I was you know, like seventy thirty bottom to top. And I never did it in that whole relationship. I only had like one or two times or had issues with cleanliness. But I do think that part of my thing with perfection is like when you're doing with a stranger. It's really nice to be like iron clad in that. Like, you don't know how comfortable they are gonna be with things. Like once you get into a committed relationship. You shouldn't depend on it. Because things are going to bring up. It ruins on a Sunday. At my second point is never used flavored or scented douche November experience as well. But I was sleeping with a guy in LA in. I like when down him in his asked was lavender flavor, which I off fucking lavender laggard, really. Grandma at full like what the hell is this? I want. I I don't know what my ideal flavor would be. But it's not lavender. While usually tastes. That's and then the last one is that it can't be done basically anywhere in if you are traveling. Learned the disarming water bowl trick. I. But like what happens is you don't do it though. Well, sometimes if you don't do it. I feel like we'll we'll be talking about this a little bit too. Like, usually you don't have actually visible particles off shit explicit. But sometimes there's a bit of a smell. Sometimes it you see a little bit one of my friends. I hate that. I'm saying this right now, but whenever he tops. There's a little bit of shit on him. He calls it a Hershey's kiss. I can wish makes me want to kill myself. Literally, I hate that so much, but it happens. I mean, in will I know you atop a lot more frequently than I probably do. So. Yeah. I mean, I don't have like a douche my house. I don't ever only if I've had surgery. Do I have ever do for quite no-no at all in like a? Yeah. I I don't have any thoughts on douching because I never do it. But do your partners do it that that that? I don't know. Like, if they come to my house, I'm assuming they they're just clean so system saying somebody does come to your house is this something that you talk about like, hey. No, no, no one was about poop when you're gonna right. Great. Spoken of. But if it had happened, just like, hey, no big deal. We'll get in the shower. That's what I want to talk about because I don't have enough sex to know, what is normal. And so it's like of like last year I had sex four times. And if two of those times something went wrong like I feel like a fifty percent score would not be good dissolve hype pathetically. It was perfect. But you know, what I'm saying? But I feel you have sex weekly. It changes your rubric, you could have five incidents, but that doesn't change your batting average. Right. Four times this week. So masel. And it was all clean. Well, then that's a pretty good ostrich for you know, the more. You are our bottoms considered more desirable than tops. I think the definitely more plentiful especially on like the digital apps. Right. It's I find way more bottoms and tops. But I think it's I think the questions kind of subjective. You know, I think someone who's willing to bottom is definitely more desirable than someone, you know, unwilling. I think they'll be more open to more possibilities in the bedroom. I don't think that they're just because someone's only about him or are they more desirable or less desirable. Because it's like, you know, I like tall dark haired blue eyed dudes, but does that make them more desirable than tall, or you know, an average sized blonde Brown person. No, actually, I think it does based on your definition. But I would wanna take with both of them. Back to the Lobos. On that note. Is it looks down upon to be both a top and bottom like what's that? What's the ideal situation? I think that when I tell people I'm versatile. There's a gay stigma. Like, are you saying that your bottom because there's a lot of shame around being a bottom or like for whatever reason no one like believes that you can be truly versatile. Why I don't know to me, but it's very real disbelief. I don't know if it's envy or a willingness to put people in boxes label them, and like what still looking label like it's just medium instead of smaller large like the middle ground, or whatever that's my two cents when you were in a relationship Brooks is it like it's established that one is on the bottom or do you mix and match sometimes in in that relationship. I started it, and I actually had a rectal issue. Sure, I couldn't bottom at all in. So for the first two years he bought him exclusively. I had surgery and then had like basically three months of training like I did exercises in light train myself to be able to bottom keitel's. Yeah. But cables, and then we were pretty fifty fifty for the next two years in the last year of the relationship was really bad. And I think that might point of view is that in a lot of people do this outside of relationship. So like, oh, I'll only talk like while I might fooling around bottom when I'm dating because like it's like well set into commitments like it's harder to bottom. It is top in. It's more intimate bottom. It is top. So actually think in my last relationship once he withdrew sexually like he would only top because it was easier and wasn't willing to compromise comfort diet time of day. Day cleanliness all the things that come with being a really effective autumn that was too much for him at that point in. So then it became I exclusively bottom that relationship, but we look across the five five and a half years. It did end up having completely balanced average. So so, but it wasn't discussed say explicitly interesting too because I know that heterosexual couples go through their own sexual issues in relationship, but I feel like this is just a totally separate element that you guys deal with untapped of already a complicated relationship dynamic on top of like that's crazy to think about I mean, it really depends on compatibility. And there are people that I've been with that. I like in casual dating that. I know long-term I'm not gonna have a life of sexual about ability with and I. A lot of it has to do with me being a bigger guy in there's a certain level of physicality like if you're gonna top me in your like five six hundred and forty pounds. Like, I have to pretend that you're in control in thin. Is it's not like it. Just feels weird. I hate to be that way. Because it's like you can have a really tiny guy. That's great top. Or you'd have a giant person. That's amazing bottom. But there is also a physicality incompatibility in. So I think that there's like five hundred tears, or at least for me like I mean, will you're the the other end of the spectrum where you said like, oh, add super both of them while I'm I I was with neither of them. 'cause they're not perfect because I'm the worst. The the worst. Like, you just you know, what you like just have an absolute bearing straight narrow gap of of what I find sexual at all. I think that that's fine. You know, it's it's a range for everyone in this. Not better worse to have a narrow view or narrow view narrow straight or a very wide. One is just about what you like in. What you who you want with? Right. So a percent body fat, which is a second language morning person. Are you out there? Oh my God. Anyway. So I thought that was super fun. And I'm really I'm really glad you ask those questions, and I'm also really happy that we're talking about this because these are conversations that if I had hurt them nine or ten years ago. I would've thought totally differently about my my sexual identity. But the next thing that I wanna talk into talk about is sexual health. I just had like a really incredible experience at a game in health specialists. Your New York, they're also in LA if you want more details about it. You should direct message me on Instagram into doesn't intend. I hadn't really invasive anal surgery in my doctor made a comment at the end will you shouldn't be having gay sex. If you don't want to come back your deal with this again. Meanwhile, it was correcting condition before I had ever bottomed. He was just a closed minded ignorant surgeon who was like oh. The reason you're lying in the reason that we're doing this because you were having a lot of unhealthy says really bad experience in then I like trying to have a successful sexual career as a versatile man in it never really fell like as safe as I wanted it to incident to seventeen I went to a different doctor, and he diagnosed me with prop Titus, which is basically like swelling in that area gave me an anti inflammatory like spring my fucking ankle or something and then had a really non conclusive diagnosis like it got better. But it's always been in phases. Like, it would have gotten better without the medicine mind. If I just ride it out. Ups. Yeah. Exactly. These null depends on on what I am training for because link. They also every doctor is told me because Mike gluts legs are so muscular that I just have a ton of muscular tension there. And so that so if I'm if I'm working on an iron man or a marathon or across competition, depending on what that workload is what my diet is that compounds it, but I never got like a this is what's happening. This is how we can fix it. And that lack of clarity and my under experience nature in the bedroom. Really created a ton of not shame. But like uneasy inadequacy likes it's not real, but like a perceived inadequacy that I I suggest it myself too. And so I am magin that when someone sleeps with me they're having a great time 'cause they get off. But then I never leave that experience. Thinking that they had a great time. I I am the most competent person, I know. But when it comes to leaving the veteran, I never like. Yep. Roc? There were all like it just doesn't happen for me. So anyway, so this week I went to this game Intel specialists, and he examined me and basically clarified that in my last surgery, scar tissue incorrectly hill because tissue muscle. I can't speak to tissue in muscle. He'll at different rates. There's an over tightness in even just his tiny little scope instrument was ripping says car tissue, and so he actually proposed that he formally ribs it in surgery repairs. It gives me both talks injection around that muscle. So that it doesn't over constrict in gives the tissue time to Gil properly. And then it's like this is what we should do. This is what your insurance will cover this let it should cost you if you do it you have to take two weeks. Fitness time it between your ironman your marathon. And you're good to go absolute clarity, which I haven't land. I haven't had sexual health Larry in nine years. And it was just such a good any. No, he wasn't like saying rectum in in like, he said Kach and ask in poop in like, it was just a man to man, and he straights. So there was no judgment. Like, I also feel like my my last one was a gay, man. I felt like there was like a white camp autumn. Like there was a had all these issues with shame. And it was just I'm like, I'm cloud nine. It was such a great experience for me. I'm so glad that you finally had an experience that you walked away from feeling good in confident in you had a plan. Yeah. They such a huge difference. Yet will I felt so out of control in the only thing I felt like I could do before was to have more sex, and I didn't wanna have more sex than I was not confident. Like, it was it was such a. A loop that I was stuck in like because they have sex so infrequently whenever I do. It's a traumatic event because my ass is not been used in that way for a really long time, probably like six months in. So of course, I'm going to be sensitive to it. So I never had regular enough sex in the past five years to establish baseline. But I am excited, and I'm gonna do it right after my ironman. I'll take your view. It's actually great because I do have to have someone pick me up and Fridays your off. Yeah. Let me know great seriously now of our listeners can know we can we can you can my God. I'll be like. Yet, you can integrate live. Yeah. Open. The last time I had a anal surgery. My boyfriend at the time came in sat on the hospital bed. And I looked to the nurse said is my heart racing. Actually, the person the whole. So anyway. Yeah. Being at the hospital and whatnot. A lot of listeners may be some lizards. Maybe none of you. I went through about of colon cancer. So I don't have a colon or much of a rectum to speak of. So the puts a fun twist on what bottoming can look like for me as a gay man which adds like another kind of complicated layer in something that I don't really share with a lot of people, which is why atop a lot right? I don't I don't want to share things with people in only special people or someone that I feel like may have more of a relationship with get to hear about like why I'm not bottoming. Or if we are going to have that if I'm going to be on that position. Like the restrictions of that. So I think it's super important to talk. I mean. I don't even know how to segue or talk about this. So will I know what you're you're cancer recover. You had to have a cloth bag, which is really really hard to feel sexual. But I also you and I have talked a lot about this like when you want to be versatile in relationship. But maybe your health keeps you from only being you could only be top or something. But that's not the agreement. You have with your partner at the time. I believe you were date where you dating Scott, right? A time. Right. So it's like maybe that wasn't part of the alternate agreement. So I just I think it's really interesting to see how these life throws things at us and sex in relationships in it has all these kind of tertiary complications. I mean, Scott never pretty verse. The whole time we were dating until you know, my condition got super bed in obviously when I had my colon removed the main rectum removed, and like you couldn't like nothing was happening down there. And having a me bag makes you feel super sexy. It's like the accessory of two thousand fourteen if you didn't know. People started wearing him across body though. It's a cross body bag. Oh, my God discussing. Coach too. So you know, when you're twenty eight and that happened is like, yeah. You don't feel sexy? Bill. I didn't feel like topping either. Like I felt like completely no sex drive at because I didn't feel sexy. I think that kind of goes back to what you were saying Brooks is like you don't do it unless everything's perfect at that moment. That was like I fucked feeling perfect. I didn't feel anything. 'cause normally I you know, I can get over it and just have sex. So yeah, I think when life does throw you these like weird curve balls you have to be ready for it. Because heaven forbid you like pigeonhole yourself into this. I'm an only I can only top only bottom in now you have erectile dysfunction or now you develop all sort of colitis. Now, you can't bottom. What are you gonna do? I don't feel like when we get pigeonholed into a sexual position. It can really do a detriment to you know, life. As you live in like the longer term like the overarching breadth of your life, not really like the in the moment. Like in my twenties thirties, right? Do you think that your history of colon rectal health? And how you had to get over that contributed to your -bility to have dissociate of anonymous sex more comfortably because you had to kind of develop a sexual identity with yourself economic of someone else's approval. Yeah. I think probably if I think about it. Sure. Because there's also a time when I was like didn't want anyone touch me. Like don't touch me right up to me. So I think it's more about feeling comfortable with myself and comfortable with you know, my sexual health in, you know, knowing what I know about my body in like really understanding about nothing. That's really good. Good good for you Brooks like going to bespoke in like speaking to someone in really grasping. What's going on? It's going to really be great for you. I feel because you will have that knowledge of your body. That's been like so not foreign. But so like unknown to you like you learn so much. I think that's great, right? So off of sexual help. I have. One more topic that I just wanna get into an it's really about gender norms and a pet peeve of mine is that win tops in bottoms. Follow hetero, normative standards. Like, I'm the girl. I'm the guy in the relationship. Oh, you're the top. You have to pay. You're the top you make the decision of of what we're doing. I'm not only just sexually submissive. I'm also behaviorally submissive. And that drives me crazy because I filling the beauty of being a gay man is you can give an receive. You can be the man and the woman you get to have like the penalty experience of sex in gender. I think that happens in lesbian relationships to really I think it does. Because I mean, you can have set so many different ways like you can bring love objects into it too. And like love nudge. And I think that that can often happen to if you don't have any. Quality in your partnership outside in the bedroom. Going to infiltrate into the bedroom to in you're gonna get stuck in news hetero normative roles which were trying to avoid anybody by choosing to begin. Annoying. No, beautiful segue. Just diving right in I dug to the bottom of my. Body Milligan is one of my favorite new emerging Broadway. Divas she's a fabulous plus sized trysts in she performed a concert at my favorite place in the world fifty four below in. She did this hilarious. Disney. Medley with Broadway, Cinderella, Laura. Ause miss not to be outdone Salora emerges from the audience. And she's like this tiny skinny typical. Dizzy Princess in Bonnie is obviously a plus size women. She can only outdo Laura with her incredible voice. So Laura is missing part of your world and bunny Milligan designed to take it up a third in sing on the Harvey Maury Hachem her in a blows my fucking mind. And then at the end she dies. This incredible impression of personnel era. Singing reflections, though, we're not gonna be able to play the whole eight minute. Video in this episode. But please go to the show notes. Click the links, you won't regret it. I love her so much. She was so good head over heels. I'm also gonna put some other stuff from that show in the show can go into body Milligan wormhole, what goodie bag show out somebody. God, it's gonna be great. So would you out of this week reaction the ju- tuck Mary bottom? So excited for strand, James corden, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, oddly enough all named James ho if I wanna be a talk show host just change your name to Jane. Let's see I'm going to marry Jimmy Fallon. I guess because I wanted to time with I will bottom for James corden and top Jimmy Kimmel. I don't know that topic Jimmy will sound some weird. Well, anyway, what about you will I had the same? I was going to bottom James corden, and I was going to marry tub to become. Really? Okay. We'll although this one of the first several sleep Alvis Dumbledore or haggard God. Okay. I love challenge. So I'm going to top several Mary Dumbledore in bottom for haggard. Very. Going to. I'm going to just flip that I'm gonna bought him for Hagrid top severance in Mary Alice death, what because he'll die soon. I'll get his money. No, I want to did you say that? We agree. All right, Jamie Lister, sir c sips. Jamie, Lancaster, Sirsi Lancaster, Tyrian Linister. I'm gonna marry Jamie atop, sir. See bottom. I I would if I were you guys. I would do the same thing. I'm gonna marry Jamie Lee. No, I'm gonna let sir. See peg me. I'm gonna talk to her. Captain America store, so hard all of the above for all of you. No, no, I want. I want to pick it. I'm married for. Top top captain America in bottom. Jason Melissa so attractive I'm gonna marry or two, but I'm gonna bottom for Chris Evans in top. Jason momoa interesting, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders. Pete. Hey person sand killed. No, we have to do this. I'm gonna marry p I'm gonna talk Joe bottom Boro user net. No, I'm not gonna to look at Bernie if I bought him. I'm gonna be turned around not facing. Maybe maybe dour dog. Oh my God. I would probably oh. I would bought him for Pete. I would talk earning unmarry Joe. I like that too. That's nice. Okay. Wait, you're gonna talk Bernie Sanders. Yeah. I could be clear I feel like if I'm bottling Burnia take forever. Nice shell. But bottoming for burning with look so good. I'm sure. Yeah. I lost one colon fairl colon. I Colin Hanks. I'm gonna I hate Colin Hanks so much. I'm in Mary, Colin Farrell. Bottom for Colin Firth in top Colin Hanks and make it a pleasant trim. I'm going to bottom for con feral, Mary, Colin Firth and top con Hanks. Done. Great gain. Luminated? I think I'll never get the image out of my head of you guys. Bottoming for Hagrid. Ever get out of the head of that's the aids book. Oh my God. Anyway, that's it for this episode of outcast. Remember subscribing? Follow us at outcasts under sport underscore. It's new. New. So that's it for the outcast. Remember just scribe and follow us at outcasts underscore podcasts on Instagram. Citizen Email at podcast at I'm out dot org. Mark your calendars for June twenty first if you're in New York, we'll be hosting our second annual cross the drag show, and it's going to be Roach. 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2 Big Ideas to Help You End and Overcome Confusion

"Hydro ONE DROOP ROAD. Here host of the broken brain podcast. It's an honor to have you here. Thank you so much for listening. Today is big idea Tuesday where I come to you with a thought. A concept distinction an idea or series of ideas. That's radically changed my life for the better today. We'RE TALKING ALL ABOUT CONFUSION. Too Big ideas to help you end overcome confusion. If you've ever said yourself I'm so confused I'm so confused I don't know what I want. I don't know what I WANNA do. This podcast is for you before we jump into it too quick announcements my business partner has a new book out. It's called food fix how to save our health our economy our communities and our planet one by at a time to practitioners that I really really respect sent me an email and text this week saying wow Dr Mark. Hyman has written really the quintessential book of our time when it comes to fixing the food system. This isn't a diet book. This book isn't going to tell you exactly what to eat and what to focus on what foods are good for your brain. It's a manifesto for us. All on how to change the food system had vote with our dollar and why it's so important also real talk. It's an election year and every candidate running for office from the president down on every side needs to understand how important it is to fix our fricken food system if we want to be a strong country that has a fighting chance. That's healthy few quotes from the book. Congressman Tim Ryan said the revolution starts with what we put on our plates and in our bodies but before even that starts with food fix. Read the book. If you're ready to change the world if you want to change the world check out food fix. It's out today. How to save our health our economy and our communities one by at a time link in the show number two. I've been really enjoying texting with so many of you. Three two three three five six five six five. Shoot me a text and just say hi and all say hi back or at least try to do my best over a thousand of You. Couple thousand of you have text me. It's been great. I usually catch up on Sundays. And it's been an honor to get to know so many of you. Let's jump back into the topic at hand. Too Big ideas to help you and overcome confusion. I'm so confused. I don't know what I want. So here's the thing about confusion. It doesn't feel good when we're confused in life where less likely to take action. Have you been so confused about which way to go and what you WANNA do? Should I take this job Shad do that? Should I date this person? Shy spent time with this person. Have you ever been confused? You know that feeling that in your stomach where you kind of feel pulled in two directions and you're not sure if you're making the right decision if that's you. This is an important conversation. First of all we have to understand. That confusion is a smoke alarm. It's a smoke alarm when we hear a smoke alarm going off in the kitchen. That's because there's probably something burning and just like that when we feel that sense of internal confusion. There's a smoke alarm inside of our body going off asking for clarity. But here's the thing my big idea that I want to bring to the table. I is that there's a difference between confusion and not knowing and because we don't often understand this difference we get ourselves worked up about something when really we're talking about something else language matters. What do I mean? Here's an example if somebody calls you up and says hey which city in India as the biggest population. If you don't know the answer to that question that's called not knowing the answer that's not. I'm confused you would say. Oh my gosh. I'm so confused I I don't know I don't know I don't know what the answer is. I'm confused that's not an appropriate use of the term. You would just say I don't know I never studied. It never came across my plate. I don't know the answer to it. So the first thing is when we're talking about confusion we have to understand. Are we talking about not knowing an answer to something or are we genuinely confused about something? If I had to put my money on. I'd say that most people who say they're confused actually do know what they want but for some reason. They're scared scared of making the wrong choice. Scared of losing love scared of failing scared of the boogie monster. The unknown being scared is a great thing that shows that you care but when confusion builds up and it puts us into a place of fear and it makes a scared and we stop. We stopped taking action. We stopped pursuing. We start moving forward in life. What ends up happening. Is We miss out on the life. We were meant to live the life that are so was brought here to experience so the first thing is this are we talking about confusion or are we talking about not knowing not knowing the answer to something doesn't mean you're confused just means you don't know so what is confusion. Confusion is first of all. It's not knowing but that needing to know the needing changes everything. The needing is where the stress and anxiety comes from that so many of us feel when we're confused so let me break that down one more time so confusion is not not knowing not knowing is not knowing the answer. What's the capital of the country? Georgia I don't know the answer that legitimately. I don't know if you know the answer. Text me I can google it. But it's a great intro. Three zero two three three five six five six five. If somebody asked me what the capital of the country Georgia I would say. I don't know that's not being confused. Confusion is I need to know and I don't know I need to know which job I should take and I don't know okay great when you don't know something. Guess what that just means. You don't know the answer sometimes when we don't know the answer if we feel that life is presenting us with option a or option. B. Or Option A. B. and C. That often means something very important. When we don't know which path we should go down. That often means we need to sit. Pay Attention and wait for more science. It's the needing to know. I don't know should I pick A. B. or c? That freaks out that works us up that causes in action and sometimes in life. We just don't have enough information to know which option is the best option. Should I that I should take at the moment or we have a little bit of information? But there's no guarantee on how it's GonNa work out that's fine that's real that's life but when we put pressure on herself for not knowing the answer to something. That's when that pit in our stomach shows up the pressure of needing to know is gonNA drive us freaking nuts but the truth is a lot of growth happens will become comfortable with being uncomfortable because it's worked out that way in the past and it will happen again now if you don't know what you want the real question is do you not know or are you afraid of the consequences because when I push people and they say I'm so confused I don't know what I want. I asked them okay. Do you really not know the right answer or do you feel like you have the best answer and you actually do know what you want but you are scared again going back to my original statement. If I had to put my money on it. I'd say that most people who say they are confused actually do know what they want but for some reason they're scared so now the question becomes what are you scared of. We don't want to use the word confused to mask up another feeling why. Why don't we want to do that? Well when we don't use the appropriate language inappropriate words we can end up playing a game on ourself. You know it's pretty. Well understood that when people say I'm a perfectionist. What they're really saying is they're hiding behind. Fear being a perfectionist. Let's say you have something to say online. Yeah some content. You WanNa share if something that you want to put out there in the world. Oftentimes people hide behind the fear of. It's not exactly right. It's the first draft is not exactly. There is not the right instagram posts. It's not the right article. It's not the right this that because really they're afraid of putting it out there and being judged perfectionism is often a mask for fear in that same way. Confusion is often a mask for fear too so the question becomes if we're not if we're not confused then what are we we either. Don't know the answer or we're often scared now. Somebody's talking to you. And they're combining two separate ideas at the same time. They're giving an instruction they're saying. Okay Up Street take left. Here's how you get to this cafe. You go up the street you take left you take a right do a u-turn and then come back the same way and take a right. You're like that's confusing. That's an appropriate use of the word. Confused it actually doesn't make sense the way they're saying it and you're seeking clarity asking but in the way that most of us it. I'm so confused. I don't know what I want. It's not that we don't have an understanding. It's something else that's going on. And if we don't have an understanding the most important thing that we can do is actually breathe and slow down. The answer will always come. If we're willing to be silent enough to hear it and allow things to unfold. We have to be comfortable in the uncomfortableness of things unfolding. Now when I push people and I say that I think you Kinda do know what you want and if you're that person that says actually I do and I say I'm confused but I kind of do know what I want but I'm scared so if you do know what you want but you're afraid of the consequences of your decision. Here's my suggestion. When it comes to addressing the fear it always comes back to fear right. You're fierce down on paper. Be Clear about them. Don't hide from them. Give them a name and a face. Give a face to the boogie monster. That's holding you back that you're afraid of here's the truth and anybody who has kids or seen kids before knows that monsters are never as scary as they seem when we can see what they really look like if we stop hiding behind the term confused and we either say. I don't know the answer or I may be scared when we are scared. The next step is to write down. Why were scared when we do that? Something powerful unfolds. We get to be real about our fears. And what when we're real about our fears and we stop worrying about the unknown and we stop having being cited. It's pulling us in one way or another. We can be real about addressing each one of those fears. You Know Reverend Michael Back with. I think I've used as quote in a previous podcast. He says it's not about being fearless. It's about taking your fear with you. Come on here. We're just GONNA go and deal with this anyway like we've always done in the past. Yeah okay. I'm afraid I'M GONNA take my free along with me or just going to deal with what we need to do. Because I've always done it like that and you know what it's scary but what are the options. If I'm GonNa live the life that I meant to live. That's the option. Let me take the fear along with me when you take the fear along with you and address each each and every one you stop being paralyzed. We'll figure it out. We always have and we always will so the real question is. Do you have the courage to be honest with yourself? Do you have the courage to honestly right down your fears. And by the way it's so key that you write them down our mind is such a tricky little thing you can be afraid of something but will convince you know. I'm not really worried about that. No I'm not really worried about this great job opportunity. It's a new city and Yeah I'm just I'm just confused. I'm not sure what the best options are. I'm not really worried about anything about it. I'm not really worried that if I moved to that city and it doesn't work out and homeless on the streets. I'm not really worried about that. Guess what our mind is often worried about those things and until we actually write them down until we have the courage to write them down. Were sort of playing a game with ourself and by the way the ego loves when we play these games with our self because its goal job is to look out for us and when something seems scary and when something seems fearful. One of the adaptive station methods in addition to fight and flight is freeze. Play Dead Act like nothing's going on. We're more likely to be safer that way. So our EGO are Reptilian. Brain are MiG. Della is trying to do its job. It's trying to protect us. And one of the ways it does. That is freese. Play dead like an animal that plays dead and hopefully everybody will leave you alone. And then things will pass and you'll be on your own way but when we play dead we don't get the juice of life. We don't get to live the life that we were meant to live. As Joseph Campbell says to live the life we were meant to live. We have to give up the life that we thought we were going to live. And part of that is ending can fusion ending confusion and being accurate with what we mean when we say we're confused. I'm so confused. I don't I don't know what I WANNA do. Tongue-tied over here. I'm so confused. I don't know what I WANNA do. Okay Stop we've all said that before when we say we pause we say okay and I talked to myself. Anybody who listened to this podcast knows that I'm open. I talked myself especially in the car. When I'm driving around and say okay. Why are you confused? Are you really confused or do you not know okay? You know what I don't have. I don't know what I should do right now. Okay great can you wait and see or do you really know what you WanNa do but you just scared about the outcome of the consequences knowing this situation. I don't know what I really want. Okay great not knowing the answer. Something is not being confused. And there's other times where I'm like man. I'm confused. I don't know what to do next and say okay. Are you confused or do you not know? And if you're if you're really confused are you really scared? Yeah Okay I'm scared. I'm scared of making this decision. Because that's GONNA mean that. I'm not going to be able to do this opportunity. I'm scared of moving forward this way because it means this. We are all scared for real and beautiful reasons. Scared of failing scared of losing love scared of making the wrong choice. And that's real but let's be honest about it. Great write those down. Look at them individually actually questioned them. If they're things that we really should be afraid of or if our brains just playing tricks to protect us and then move on from there. That's the power of recognizing what we really mean when we say we're confused being present to it bring our awareness to it and eventually over coming it beyond so do self question fears. Go forward with what you want. I'm in this big idea. Tuesday I hope this idea to help you understand how to end. Overcome confusion has been helpful. If you like this episode text me three zero two three three five six five six five. Tell me about something that you maybe were confused about. And maybe how? You've gotten more clarity on it if you want to read the instagram posts. That inspired this something that I wrote a few years ago. You can also find that in the show notes too by the way. My business partner has a new book outs called food fix. He would love free to check it out. It truly is an incredible manifesto. You can find it in the show notes food fix how to save our health our economy our communities and our planet one bite at a time. Thank you for listening to the broken brain podcast.

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WTF Happened in Washington today w/ Steve Friess

Daily Detroit

23:38 min | 4 months ago

WTF Happened in Washington today w/ Steve Friess

"The daily detroit is brought to you by the community support our work at patriot dot com slash daily detroit. Joining me. virtually is steve freese. I can't think of a better person to talk to on daylight this we had planned for very different episode and then somewhere around like one. Two o'clock i sent a note. And i'm like i think i have to scrap everything and i think we have to show specifically on this even though it's a national thing steve. Welcome back sir. A pleasure to be here on this auspicious. I guess that's a good word for it You know. I think it's important to talk about this whole thing too because i think a lot of the the visible routes like if we saw what was happening in lansing. I feel like this is an extension like you saw what was happening in lansing earlier this year. You saw the crazy plot against the governor. I don't understand why people didn't make the connection that this was completely possible. I think that the surprise here is that there has been to some extent a bully. Probably promulgated i've mainstream media hates talking about the media that way but the fence that there really weren't that many trumpers who would actually show up for this type of things you know that the hoping about trump nation wise that they'll show up for the free rally but they're not going to spend their money they're not gonna get arrested over your ridiculous beliefs the end. Also the sort of you know we've seen a couple of these rallies where renews media has pointed out. How few people were there. So you take that and then you take the president and the fact that you can't believe any single thing that comes out of his mouth so when he says oh there's going to be thousands or whatever people coming to demonstrate on this day you'd think wow he's he's not he is not and so they believe that either so. I think it's sort of a conflict of it. Certainly unfolded in a way that now you look back into the of course and yes. You're absolutely right. You can draw direct through line from the images of people with guns inside of michigan capital and now depot with guns drawn inside the actual nation's capital and i'm not mistaken they the building probably modeled after one another so. Yeah absolutely. it's like we had like the junior that you know the practice run and you have to say there's one more steppingstone in this. Which is what went on. I think yesterday in pennsylvania bear the pennsylvania legislature is revolting against their own tenant governor with no legal authority to kick him out and take over. Whatever they're doing in the in in that legislature. So you have the sense that like anything that any crazy person has on their mind or wants to do to change the way things are done the way we are cutting to them is possible and so then today we have or we saw today. I mean i guess it was for preordained. By i certainly didn't see the Reenacted of the security especially comparing them to the response with the black lives matter. You know there are so many photos of the time. Then were they were just lined up in rows outside of us capitol buildings and then here. It's just like up here. Let's do sell fees right. I mean so. It was very strange. How slow the response was obviously. Just how possible. It was to boston into this building though he that they did. They joke on twitter right now. Is that like last year. There was this Whole idea that people would gather and storm area fifty one i in nevada and then they decided they couldn't do it because it will be difficult Never get anywhere and now people on twitter. Like maybe we should rethink that. Because wake over the speaker's office in the seat of government of the united states how hard would it be to find out what's going on in the extraterrestrial research. That's going on in nevada. I think security at the. Us capitol will be forever changed after this. Well yeah i mean. I don't know i mean you've been there right. Yeah the thing about being the capital or being around the capital as a reporter or anything else. Is you always feel very restricted like. I don't know anybody who goes to the capital even journalists and just like you know is able to wander around. If you're a tourist serve specific places where you come in garland you're checking out if you're journalists the same way it has never occurred to me that the capitol security could hossa being less secure than the balaj vegas. I mean i. I never dawned on me. Well they both have coty columns. That's for sure. Well let's mother. May i step back really quick because one of the things that i thought was interesting last night specifically was i got a huge influx of people pushing back about the election. People saying that you know. Why aren't you looking into this more. you're detroit-based outlet. All this other stuff. There was fraud all these other things. I would like to dispel for any listeners. You and i have both been around this in in different ways. I think we're in agreement. There was absolutely no widespread fraud of any kind in michigan and frankly we haven't identified any in the country and any claims otherwise frankly back end is in order to believe we got. This election was actually stolen. The complexity of the conspiracy the number of factors that play into it including the court system in several states who were appointed by the president is elected officials of the republican party who supported the president of the united states. The lift goes on the number of that. Such an absurd conspiracy would have to take and the fact that it all played out in the courts and it all got dismiss as absurd ridiculous. And now we're here in just remember that like before last night when the power in the senate for the two which was seeming to be a pretty big story this week before that the big story of this week that the president is states was trying to extort. Eaten sean arm and threatened the state of georgia into doing something absurd. I mean it's all he is and you have to be so deep down in a rabbit hole that it's not even viable to debate with you again even discussed for if you're going to believe that all these ridiculous things could happen in order for this nut job to stay in office you'd have to be completely delusional or live in a world of fake facts. That is impossible to pierce. And that is the conundrum the frustration of the majority of us in this country. Who know better. And i think that what were on today might very well have been the the thing that had to happen or who understand what in a way. It's a horrible thing to happen. Would destructive but at least it wasn't as physic- queenie devastating wasn't a mass casualty event. Which while i mean i guess the thing that happened that was mass casualty event. That should should have showed us what was going on in this country with the covert crisis. We didn't listen to that either. Anyway the point is happened. I think and unfortunately i see your point and to me i look at when i see the and i hear those conspiracy theories over and over again. I shared something actually from newsweek. About the city of detroit suing a couple of lawyers involved in the whole trump. Vote thing here. in michigan. People lost their ever eleven minds and there is absolutely no conversation possible of bringing folks back to reality and it makes me think just. How sick is this nation. How sick is that position for people. Like what is going on in their lives. and what are they. so afraid of. Where you know. This isn't about conservatism. This isn't about being liberal. This isn't about anything this to me. Feels like a reaction of complete and total sphere. That think is going to be really hard to get through. And i'm really worried about our democracy long term. I think about when. I was tweeting stuff out today about this. Because as i said we change gears completely seeing a local state senator who was actually our state rep. I can't remember but he was actually part of this. Rally matt matic and you go on his twitter page and you see his banner. He doesn't say republican. He says trump republican right and these enablers. They clearly say trump republican now. And i've noticed that subtle change and so can we have a democracy going forward with one group that doesn't want democracy. Yeah we can we do. And that's what happened in this election in two thousand eighteen actually the long term health of the country. I feel much more optimistic about the short term. A more afraid. I mean you know the biden will get to the president and it will be ugly end. It will be awful but you know. I think that on day was the equivalent of the nineteen sixty eight riots in chicago. Matthew's which scared the crap out of normal americans who watched that and may have had some sympathy for the civil rights movement or the anti war movement but saw that and said no no. I'm not. I'm not that. That's not me and voted for nixon and the footage that we just saw is going to be feasted upon by democrat running for office for the next four to eight years. I mean it was to- obscene and it and i'm really interested to see what happens as we record this. It's about six o'clock at night. I think that the congress is trying to figure out or they're coming up with a plan to reconvene and finish the job of certifying the election. But i'll be interested to see if the opposition to certifying. The election continues the way we expected to today. Given if you are rejecting you are empowering and supporting the message of the people who took over our capital say because these legislators they know it i mean if when i read stuff about on background with these different lawmakers even the ones who were saying that they're the election was stolen whatever they know what they're saying is wrong. They know it's factually incorrect. But they're playing for it for votes and all of these people are getting played too. I mean there are. People are marching up on the capital. Who are saying. Trump is with me. Trump is walking with me. Trumpet already left the white house. I mean there is absolutely eight illusion about who and what. Donald trump is that is in fact the malevolent magic years capable of catherine however. I don't know if it's fair or accurate to say that these people know better. The same way is obviously not. They're accurate for the president is dates day. I won the election. Everybody knows it. The other side knows it wa wa wa. Don't tell me what i know. 'cause i know that you're you're a liar is what i know right. I know a lot of other things. So i mean i think we kind of have to take these people with their word. I mean some of them. I mean i realize you're talking to leaders rather than the flowers but you know the the leaders are following the nut jobs in the crowd right. They're not different in the clearly convince themselves of something about our democracy and what they convinced themselves of is at the root at the core what they are saying and what they feel. I think is that way. They see things that people like the people they vote for hop to win because it's irrational to them that the majority of people disagree with them. You know one of the things that democrats. That's funny is that we've always been okay with the idea. We democrats in general have always been okay with the idea that sometimes the views we hauled are not majority views. True the trumpers. They absolutely nobody they know feels any differently. Nobody talked to on social media any differently. And so that's the blocks block. Is that they simply don't believe that there are enough people. They don't believe that there's eighty something million people would vote for joe biden because he's not very inspiring and he didn't go out and have big rallies and and sometimes when they do give joe biden a little bit of credit. They say something like all. The people weren't voting for joe biden. They were voting down because they hate donald trump and to my mind is okay of course absolutely true absolutely true that the resume states through his actions in statements repelled enough americans to turn elsewhere for their leader. That is not an illegitimate decision for american voters to make and we have even seen some of that in georgia. We don't have all the information out yet but we do know that both were not an ossoff one flipping the senate and both of them performed better than biden and were not performed significantly better than joe biden interesting to wash the analysis from the right of the georgia racist because when they don't simply dismiss it the way that trump did last night by staying. Dekalb county which was the latest turn counter revotes basically trump's que- about georgia races was that they were waiting to see how many voted needed to invent in order to steal the election. That was fine but if they don't do that if they do accept that these people lost their action they seem very comfortable rather than blaming trump for it giving sort of back handed praise to stays abrahams and her voter organization plans which is okay shrew. She does deserve a tremendous amount of credit and she has an amazingly interesting. Political future ahead by both things are true. It is true that there is a way that Trump and these republican candidates could campaign over the last four to six weeks. That probably would have won the seats and they lost them. Yeah so this makes me think. Where do we go from here. I actually had texted you earlier in the day that the national association of manufacturers which is something that i keep an eye on. Because you know michigan detroit all that stuff and a former head of it was actually former michigan governor. John engler called for usage or thinking about using the twenty fifth amendment. That was kind of a crazy statement to hear from like an industry group but it makes me think if not that maybe something else. Where do we go from here. What happens next. Beyond the. And i i think these votes are going to be certified and very likely later tonight but what happens next. Is there more. I don't know what happens next. I think that we will probably hear about some beefing up of security not just at the capital also a state capitol buildings around the country. Because i think that there is this sense that if you can bust in and makes this kind of showing at the. Us capitol how hard to be to get into the building. in helena. montana. I think it depends also on what the president united states says if he continues to fan. The flame curtis halting i seen a couple of Cock about teaching him again. Which i guess lincoln That view i don't mind it. I mean you know all take the house will never get out within the senate and who cares just another stain on the legacy of the president but any it's fourteen days from now he'll be out and i think that everybody from the military to the national guard to the local end capitol. Police are going to be on obviously much higher alert for any kind of kupuna from the president from people these people who are protesting or whatever they're called i'm going to put my faith in law enforcement not screwing it up twice right that makes sense because that tends to be the history a around that when it comes to these sorts of breakdown i mean this was the first time capitol buildings had been ransacked since like the war of eighteen twelve and the british or something crazy like that. I didn't know that there was a precedent for reaching capital. I knew the white house how they burned it down. I think they're counting. Capitol buildings as opposed to just like any one of those structures like the supreme court. The white house all that kind of stuff that they didn't you know ransacked the place like you know they went through and everything and they had all that access. All those beautiful. Oh wait a minute. Unfair on probably. These people feel very showing not mine. Of course they wouldn't touch a statue that one guy definitely took a lectern. of course they would be very respectful. Horton marshall treasures in that building. I hear they really revered the calhoun painting. Yes i'm sure. They did unfrequently roses active at the foot of it to close this out. I've wanted to just kind of get your feeling you know. It's a local show. I always like to end on a local note. Do you think this is going to have some lasting implications. Thank goodness that all the lawmakers. They're all safe. There have been people you know talking about how they were. You know sheltering in place together slot can in levin but is this going to have long term implications locally especially with the nationalization of politics. Is this going to kinda up and things because you've got so many in our state legislature. Who strongly have publicly identified themselves with this group over last few years. No i mean. I don't think so. I i think that unless they were actually there as that fella that we mentioned earlier was and i even no matter. I assume that he was elected by like minded nut jobs. But fact is january of twenty twenty one and we have a long way to go before any important actions happen again. We have the end of a recession. Probably an awful lot of federal spending that will do the country. Some good recent terms of recovering. Since there's a lot is going to happen. Reporters to shape elective politics. I do think that there are some people who presidential aspirations weren't great. To begin with are now simply impossible. Ted cruz josh hawley. These republican senators. Who thought that. If they made enough of the right type of noise they could just sort of inherit the trump bay and they might but the trump basis so small now and is going to be smaller. They don't have said they don't have the charisma you know. And trump is. It's really hard for what donald trump does to work without donald trump. Speaking of which before you go. I'd like to leave you with the fact that video that he posted Calling for people to saying that he loved them and they were very special. People that has been taken off by both twitter and facebook and twitter has actually taken down a couple of tweets since then what. Twitter does with his account after julius office. Because i mean so much of what. He has said on twitter over the last four years. If he wasn't a head of state would have gotten him at least put in twitter jail It's not just thrown out twitter. Stand altogether you. Think he's gonna just suddenly play by the rules to be nicer to people. I don't see that happening. So i'd be interested to see in. This whole business with parlor is so interesting. Other alternative twitter that's social conservatives in everybody. I know who's conservative. Who's going over. There got bored with it because there's nobody to fight was we can't discount the fact that a big part of the whole attraction of trumpism is the trolling right. Like i've noticed that as a large page manager. Leo there is a night. I actually banned. I think close to two hundred people in one night and all of a sudden the whole page got whole lot better by getting rid of just a key one hundred people out of our sixty seven thousand and i have no interest in keeping around you know fake news stuff and all that i just get rid of it. You know descent of course in conservative ideas of course but like running around with like false election stuff you can. You can go to hell but part of it. Is that trolling. It's getting the rise out of people and when you take it out all of a sudden the people show up as much well. The thing also is that most people can be entertained by that in small doses. But we've been worth the president to overdose on it serious people who wanna have spirit conversation i've been forced by this round to overdose on this absurd personality driven cult of personality and just back of any sort of rational logic and we normal people are tired even people who voted for trump. But aren't necessarily trumpers are tired of him and his thing and i think that you know the relative calm are not having to wonder about what's gonna come from. The president i state single hour is probably going to feel good. I don't know because i can't remember what that was like at the moment. But i you know. I mean and if you do miss trump with you do if you wish was on the news. Well we have the trials to true. That's true well steve freeze. You can follow him. At steve freeze on twitter. Newsweek contributor news and features editor over at our detroit and overall good guy. Thank you so much for your time. And i know that we're gonna talk. We've got some fun stuff to talk about soon. Do thanks so much for having me again.

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Is U.S. Ready for Cyberattacks on Election Day?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:37 min | 2 years ago

Is U.S. Ready for Cyberattacks on Election Day?

"This is tech news briefing, im Tanya boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York. And as we arrive on Tuesdays highly anticipated midterm elections is the US safe from possible Russian hacking the journal looks into the US's cyber safety this time around, but I the tech headlines. Amazon's offering free shipping with no minimum purchase on orders. Delivered through the holidays, countering shipping deals from rivals like target and WalMart. Amazon also said it is offering free same day shipping on more than three million items to Amazon prime shoppers as it looks to boost membership the national retail federation October said it expects holiday retail sales year to rise from twenty seventeen and land at seven hundred twenty point eight nine billion dollars that of course, excludes automobiles gasoline and restaurants. Verizon is restructuring the carriers. Business lines, including its massive wireless business, and one of the first major organizational changes under new leadership as its new CEO, Hans vest Berg restructures divisions. Based on the types of customers served. We're now seeing a companywide push to cut costs to make building a faster five Jeanette network be center of strategy and while US carriers haven't yet articulated how they will charge customers for five g service in the coming years. Some analysts say the faster service could be an opportunity to generate new revenue and that consumers should not be surprised to see more higher usage plans introduced as five G comes along offering higher price points for customers who want the best service. And a game changing mandate is about to take place in China in particular tension will limit us your playing time and also says that it will verify the identities of all it's video game players to sharply restrict online playtime for youths in China of air filtration system will check players identities and ages against policy databases and will be in place for ten mobile games by the end of this year tension plans to expand the system to all titles by twenty nineteen and further pledge to apply such cutting edge tech in the future to protect young people coming up in another election day. How safe is the US against a Russian cyber attack. The Wall Street Journal podcast brought to you by trunk club. Drunk clubs, personal stylists can help you build a wardrobe of custom and ready to wear clothing for everything from Monday morning meetings to Friday happy hour. Get started at trunk club dot com slash Wall Street. According to the journal since twenty sixteen officials have hired tech experts established training for poll workers and in some cases purchased new voting equipment. So is the US ready for possible Russian meddling on election day. Let's get more. Joining us from the journals DC bureau is Wall Street Journal reporter, Dustin volts, welcome thanks for the aftermath of the twenty sixteen election. If there's one thing that is clear is that cyber security is of paramount in all future elections, the stakes are high and this time the states are prepared how so the stakes are incredibly high for the states because they really feel like after what happened with twenty sixteen with Russia. A scanning, you know, election systems at least twenty one states and engaging in a, you know, a multi-pronged disinformation campaign that this is really their sort of their first test their first big tests since since twenty sixteen and so across the country states have enrolled in federal help from that. Of homeland security, you know, including freese vulnerability scans of their systems. They've hired in some cases, new IT personnel. And they've really been on alert to try to protect their voter registration systems to protect the voting machines from any sort of various behavior on election day across the board. They feel fairly confident that they're going to be able to handle anything that comes at them because the voting machines themselves connect to the internet, and they think that they've made sure that they're Ansari systems that are part of election infrastructure, again things like what registeration databases are more secure than they've ever been. So the states feel like they're ready DHS and other federal agencies the ready, but at the same time, it's sort of anyone's guess as to what exactly could happen Tuesday from Russia or others. There's certainly concern about you know, what they might try to try to achieve and twenty sixteen Colorado people off guard in hindsight, and it's possible that Twenty-eight teen could spirits other sorts of attacks other sorts of efforts to get into our voting systems that would put people. On a and is there any evidence that any sort of election infrastructure and registration systems voting machines anything that they've been targeted by Russia leading into the midterms. Certainly we have no evidence that Russia's engaging in this behavior to the scale and scope what they engage in twenty sixteen which remember was the hacking into seminar of democratic emails directs probing of voter registration databases in one case, Illinois, actually breaching that photo registration database, and again that comprehensive effort on social media to so discord and support President Trump's candidacy and denigrate Hillary Clinton, we're not seeing that type of behavior to that scale what we are saying, according to intelligence officials, and others is continued efforts on social media to push to this of contents to to try to exploit existing fissures in US -ociety a lot of that has been linked back to to Russia. We've also seen efforts campaigns linked back to Iran. This is something that continues to occur on social media. And if you talked to these officials both in the states. Federal government there less concerned about infrastructure actually, being targeted and you know, votes being manipulated the continue to say that there's no evidence that that's a curtain the past. And that's highly highly unlikely to happen this go around really what they're worried about is is the information issues on social media and voters sort of losing faith in the process itself because of things that people are going to say on Facebook and Twitter and elsewhere trying to undermine that entire process and the confidence in it. I think that's really sort of what's the forefront of people's concern. We talk about how much safeguarding is being done, especially on social media. But you know, we need to think about how we can be proactive, and you know, that's always important, especially on social media. So what about cyber weaponry? What's being done to make sure everything keeps on the offense? Right. I think I think understanding that this is going to be out there that there's going to be efforts from Russia from domestic actors from anywhere to try to confuse you to try to undermine your trust in the process and the best occupation of that. And fisher. Say this time and time again is to vote and vote with confidence. And I think especially important is for Americans to understand that, you know, it's okay to go to bed on election night, not necessarily know all the results were sort of wedded to this ritual that, you know, Tuesday comes around nine ten eleven o'clock, and we know immediately who's going to have control of congress or who's going to take a certain governorship. And you know, there's a lot of times where things aren't totally certain efforts to inject disinformation at inject uncertainty. The process could delay that further ultimately it's going to probably be figured out within a day or two or three, but it's important for voters to just take a deep breath and say, you know, it's okay. If I don't know immediately who the winner is and if someone hacked, so website state website, and it says, you know, Joe one, and then the turns out that that's not the case to understand that that that's an effort to try to undermine your confidence in in your own democracy. So I think that's one of the best defences that we can have going. Into election day. Good Dustin volts, thank you very much. Thank you. And that is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.

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Full Spectrum Cycling Podcast #18  Catching Up with the Crew

Fat-bike Radio

31:10 min | 2 years ago

Full Spectrum Cycling Podcast #18 Catching Up with the Crew

"Yeah. Man. Good man. Good man, man. Good full spectrum cycling podcast, all you find people and to as well show. Number eighteen already. And we haven't changed our theme. You can vote. Vote vote. Keep this. Yeah. No, I think it's good. Why not get my money's worth out of it here go being that it was pre freese good man. Oh man. Lot of cycling identity in those three days of sunshine. Oh, hell. Yeah. And a half days. Well, even when it wasn't it was still cycling. Yeah. This is true. So no special guests this week. So he's listeners are just going to have to suck it up. And you're what we got to say. We're going to be drinking the night, it's right to the chase all day. All right. Bottom of the hill. Ning. All right. Clink chairs sandwich. Does this feel so light already sandwich? And every can we're gonna make that a top, even though there's no special guest on this particular week. You are the special goes, you could be the special guest. If you called in it seven one seven seven two seven two, four five three that's spike. I think next show two weeks from this one, we're going to have Vince on from Jumba USA, try to wrangle at the last minute tonight, but he had a family gathering said he'd love to be on the show on chum. Bicycle cell look forward to pre fantastic bicycle. That's for sure. I got one of their new senders on order. It's and the queue. It's a seven plus down country bike like down home. What is down country cross country that can go downhill or downhill, they can still? Guy can ride your corn at the same thing in low country boil. You're all. Jim. I'm sorry. I wasn't able to eat before a game here. I only was able to construct the things that were someone else's dammit. So do you would you like a protein bar? No, all's well, there's a sandwich Rican. Copy that. How writing this weekend? We had an awful lot of Ryden. Oh, since we last spoke with fair listener, we did a lotta riding lots going down. That's right. There was the, the rollout down the baby you. Yeah. That was a decent events. Yeah. Yeah. Fun. Scavenger alley cat, right. Yeah. A little different setup than previous years where you kind of made your own ride sort of an idea. Right. Right. It. Yeah, it goes that way with apart from the mandatory and one mandatory was way the hell out there. Yeah. That was a bit of a cruise actually, essentially, not in view, somebody, the guy from essay tippecanoe and Tyler, too. This is because I don't so. Listen to this podcast, but I always love commenting and his posts about him living in Bayview, because he lives into. But on Deng he was there. He was on the rollout. Yeah. At the stop leave. We seen him out there to the Montessori school in tippecanoe. This. We haven't talked since we actually even we're at the, the week bike swap while while we gold sprints in gold. Sprints? I was interesting night of cycling related stuff, not just the swap meet, but there's a lot going on there. Don't forget puppies. Yeah. I was unable to attend the it was on the radar, but the body was not willing, not billing weather is not very cooperative for cycling. That's for sure. Right. Cleared up and got okay later but it was finished off with the, the pre ride the fats are that was fun. And got them kind of we Elsa and route to where they were part. And I, I didn't want to go back down into the bowl. No law. And there was a storm coming within like twenty minutes and like stand the top show. Thank you very much. That is coming up this Saturday hit as that. Tired tour of Milwaukee number thirty five bills walkie mill wizard of Oz, Ocoee, vase themed party on wheels thought, I noticed the may have had five hundred people registered ready. Yeah. I think that's their that's their target. It's a holy smokes. Got a plus or minus I got a box of stuff for prizes and whatnot over there nicely. See that box their stuff in there. Jason's going to pick it up tomorrow. So that makes us a sponsor of the fat tire tour of nobody. Yeah. Logo pretty quick with that nice nice of him to do that for us, and gotta get our name out there, people need to know where here everyday cycles, folks river west walkie. Wisconsin Ville, eight twenty six east. Cross from Newton perk. That's right. I should a few people in through even though was crappy out today. There's some people showed up and talked bicycle stuff, my buddies in from Charlotte. I tried to wrangle them into the show tonight. Grew up with him. And he's been living out there for twenty years, or so, on raves about the mountain biking in and around. So there was a North American handbuilt bike show as their years back. And I use that as an excuse to visit Tom and did not get a lot of mountain biking, some urban writing, but not nothing outside the city. But yeah so weekend. Number one, we number two. Yeah. Tada VO what happened in between last JK with a whole list of actually out on a printer thing. Yeah. Last week at the office. Well this past weekend. Everybody went in a different direction. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. James ended up heading way up north looking for us. And then we ended up coding crusher fest to the south, which was fantastic. I think we should have a photo of dot com. Yes, we do need a photo of decorative and floated out, west two aunts. Ninety first birthday, happy birthday. Happy birthday. Twenty exactly twenty twenty miles door to door on that one. Nice. That's good. Yeah. And it was part of part of the Hank, because I had never gone past the state fair. Like seventy six moth go, hey, let's keep going and going. So it was like a little exploration. And then hit new berlan. It was relaxing, groovy until I spit out onto Moreland, and for whatever reason I thought, Morlin they. Yeah, it's kind of a shoulder, it's a big shoulder but. Cooking by it, sixty. Yeah. Yeah. That's unsettling only a few blocks. But man, I mean it was the. The. Ten minutes of frantic when I was young and lived out in big benway. They always told us to ride against the traffic so you can see them coming. That was the thing to doesn't fly anymore. But now I understand the argument I do with it, then you can get out of the way of the car. It's coming right at you. Right. I don't know that, that fifteen miles an hour of going with the traffic is really saving you very. It's the fifteen miles an hour heading into the car coming at you. You can at least dive in the ditch. I agree. We should maybe question why that actually happened in the first place. What law cheese that told him to write on the same side of the street is traffic? Someone come up with that, probably through a study or som- just like helmets and stuff. Tell studies we'd call Dave, but he heard between the. After being not show he'd had enough, that's enough of that. I've done my time and just ruined me for life. That said, we're building a fancy wheel farm, an shutter precision, Dino hub with new remi-. Whatever is doing to our coming up on the twenty fourth one. The velocity rooms on gonna do stands sands. Threader arch, Mark. Three year. Whatever their latest fancy that can go on tell us or what's that? It's a twenty nine hours is Alyssa, twenty nine. Relatives not going to be twenty nine. I don't think that's done yet. No, he's that'll be done in two years. He's in the conversation phase. Yeah, there you go. So three years. Hey, dave. Oh, okay. Dave, dave. Dave this Dave Ellis, if our wages from Ellis, and Dave, Dave, slow Belsky, lots of David going on. Do you think they're going watch night? Here say they're gonna watch space. Talk about days. As not here, man. Yes, the crusher the crusher ride was fun. Do because on the way back we managed to go to transfer pizza and have some mighty fine pizza. It's been awhile since I've been, there was delicious and the beer carbon foreign. Tap is always fantasy factories always taste beer. Fantasy factory than required. Yeah. Not necessary. But we made it home safe. That is a good beer. And that had to get up really, really early set for locust street days, locust street festival, excuse me. They changed all. DA's. E. D A Z this year was just festival. I think it's been festival on the sign the banner for a while. I think they wanted to cut down on the drug use. Yeah. Good luck. Good luck. They certainly didn't cut down on the beer use now know there was some stagger and people chords the end of that evening. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we had our tent set up right in front of the shop gave some people, a tour of the inside while keeping the the. The toddlers at bay toddlers total. There's what, what are those guys does whatever they were. It went pretty well. I think we met a lot of people, we met a lot of people you answered a lot of the same question. Many times, like why didn't know ever so bike shop here. When did you open not a bike shop? It's an illusion emporium. It's, it's on its way to becoming a bike shop with no bicycles in it. Which is my vision, we're getting there. Yeah, just by these bikes. Right. The heck out of here folks, holograms give you deal come on in, and then we'll build custom bikes for you. Test. Drive CR one, I'm gonna keep saying that every week until dams here, one is sold or IB it, 'cause it's really nice bike. I was talking GR one today. That is an roll roll GR one. They're out of six fifty wheels for a little short period of time. So the gave me a reprieve on heaven to throw my heart earn down for that one. Okay. I do want in here, though. I think that I think that's a very well. I like the CR one home. I not gonna like the G R one because it goes gir- one. Brain justed. So I know we can't talk about where the fat tire tour goes, or we would get yelled at. That I can tell you where it starts starts at best place in the Pabst brewery complex on Juno street downtown, though. Okay. Wisconsin wonderful, wonderful place. If you've not visited there, you're gonna kick yourself for not going sooner. Yeah. It's a jam to stunningly beautiful bar. I mean it, it is a piece of Milwaukee history, eighteen forty six or somewhere back in the old days. When people seriously took pride in their work, because that, that building a work of art that starts pretty early. I mean, well, the registration eight thirty well getting up getting their thirty. I mean they are. But I'm not. But. Registration and re roller ten thirty ten fifteen ten. Yeah. Somewhere ten thirty I can I can I think we can divulge that it's going north. Right. I think hopes. Thank you just did. Yeah. Well, totally eventually going on. Well, I think it actually goes in all directions. Yeah. Right. There are some new stops we haven't stopped should be a good good turn out. Oh, yeah. You can still make it come tomorrow. Exactly. Yes. And then later that night tour defers. Oh, that's gonna be a rough one to do both of them. Yeah. I know. That's a yeah, that's going to be a I don't know. I'm going to do my due diligence because that's hard. That's a fun ride. That's a fun ride. Billy puts on a damn good. So another Bayview Centric thing. Yeah. And that one is. I don't know if he does a pre ride. Because as soon as you're on the right you know, where the next stop is. When you get there, you just gotta follow the Caterpillar. Oh, that's how I got hoes. It was too far side got hosed not the rollout, because I caught up with the group after getting down there late. Then I flat by Toler fest, was it L is still one of those you don't know where you're going to stop. Yeah. Next stop and I kept trying to catch up and go. We're over here now. I'm like, and then I was get. I don't know the south side at all. Oh, it's over there. Wait. It's. No. It's back their files up. Exactly. Look bar goodness. Yeah. Yeah. The bubbler. For sure. And the tenth annual underway ride also. That's right. Tenth anniversary ten year anniversary high saw Stephen walking around it looked as that's days. You is busting it at public house. It doesn't even live here anymore. Does he always been manages always bound, but he he's back? He's back you left to now. He's back. Yes. Actually left comeback left, come back, and he's back. I think both of those nitrites probably go converse. They did a couple years ago and it's it's I was on that. Yeah. That's a poll. And fun. So if you don't wanna take your underwear off. You start on the tortoise. Yeah. I mean, your underwear whatever came Lincoln around seven ish. Yeah. That's also kind of Milwaukee. This one yet and on these, if you wanna peel off company brewing around the seven round the same time. So is that when it's taken off for company this here? Something like that in that zone. It's always fun to end it company because you everyone shows up in mass in underpants, and there's usually some people here at our very nicely dressed, having a fine dinner. And then you just watch the expression on their face, as like a hundred kids show up in tiny white easier, or Byner shorts. Yeah. Well, every other, you know, fancy new city in the country has like a naked bike ride. We get stuck with having to wear underwear. Some of those people aren't really wearing much of what you would call on. There were one guy had the bull wrath outfit on the sling with only one side. Oh, that's nasty. Just wrong. Yeah, it was pretty bad. I don't wanna see that, you know. Yeah. I I wouldn't look good at. That's for sure. I look great. So what are you gonna ride on fat tire tour? Do you have your bike picked out yet? Well, take the one since I like it so much. But I have I have several bikes at the ready, if I need to I haven't been to make the decision day of probably two. It will be fun. And also on the forecast because they are the soda, pseudo long range forecasts going for thunderstorms, and I might want to try to find a bike that has all say fenders vendors just put my Fender back on Fender ape over there. Nice. Yeah, that's he defined mine ready for the, the deluge. Yeah. As like when it was what half a foot along along a part of the I can't tell you about Ackley but. Canal underwater, but we were like X two and equal to in, in the water Lauder of that said thing that was on settling after that to me says, how high the lake is because that's not higher than the lake. And that's where I think I caught that precious piece of glass that kind of stopped. Yeah. Delays eating floating lunching reprimanded on Instagram for you. As higher lever on your bite. I don't know where you there to change a tire here. No. Yeah. They're exactly you just never know what's happening. Especially that. Wires life Sohar whiten word circes. Why man of beer? Wait a hill. Ticketing. Thank you. My thanks Mike rhymes with bike, and I like so coming up before the next show is the beginning of tour of America's Dairyland. Bike racing in Wisconsin northern Illinois. Whatever those guys go fast. And those ladies to. Yeah, it's this year it's before starts before the tour de France starts a lot of in the past. It was kind of in the same timeframe. So. You do a tour America's Dairyland race getting ones you picked out yet. The what tour America's Dairyland? I'm only in town to baby. I, I maybe taking off before the Shorewood one twentieth through the thirtieth of June. Yeah. Starts in Grafton twentieth. Yeah. And it goes all around southeast, Wisconsin. Maybe hits on coming up real quick. Northern illinois. So Mike is heading out to Virginia Beach, and I'm going to rent a fake and ride it in the ocean with the salt water and it's going to seize up and it's not gonna be a problem when I return it. Fifty bucks. Little man. A hand. I, I had it overnight rinse it off to my due diligence on it a shit. You not that thing just. And totally like it was been sitting out in the damn son for years. Look like it was amazing amazing how that actually act. The. I would have charged you extra to clean it up. Exactly. But I think I'm like the only human maybe, maybe there's two others that I think actually rent these. Have you rented it more than a year like multiple years? Yeah. No, same bike. No. It's like all right, okay. Let's get another one. They never say, don't right in the ocean you I mean it should go without saying, you know, based on some of the bikes. I see how long they sit at you'd have UM. You should buy a cheap bike there and lock it up somewhere and see if it's back the next year when you come back. Todd goes through there. And cuts, those all out of there, you can't just leave it forever. Where you'd be. Yeah. Well after. There's the. Whatever you get tagged with the abandoned. Yeah. You know, I had that when I did lock my outside. They did it all the day everybody. And I'm like kiss my ask some people were actually, like some people were, so you're ager baited by that they actually called the campus police and said, you know, isn't there something berry could be doing during the day? I don't know who that person was been me. I was like, are you kidding me? You guys just put eighty tags under the library. You can clearly see seventy five of those bikes wrote in that day. Whoa passed on onto the chief. Job security, baby. He's busy text messaging the students. Exactly. And now he's fired. So before that starts up, Dave bike for doing polish moon. That's right. What? What? You know what is going on after that ride? Independent of that ride over at the back Diakite as you attacks. Walker's point that guys, you realize, yes, that's a bad. That's this Friday that is the twenty-first next Friday. Late into the evening to Friday's. We'll be Diju. Yeah, they enter. Fire could see him twice a year. I guess. Yeah. And if you haven't seen them go see him whenever they attack. If you have to come all the way it's worth it, it is. Just don't speaks being of great bands. You can't I challenge anybody who saw them to say, I really had a bad time there. I don't think he. Speaking of, you know, great bands. Well, Greg, and I were enjoying some beverages and cheese. At Dino's, we had our wine, and we had an idea, or maybe it was me just talking silly, but a cover band that does every son as me house. Oh, that's horrible. It has its. That's that. Gentlemen. Oh, Evy rebellious and that Sunday right after that L wrong owes playing down over at the stink star chopper shoe. Oh, that's a good ride to that. Yeah. As long as. Sorry, that was that was a they played at the, the wake and it was very good. Yes, they are fantastic. If you've not seen them live. I highly suggest you, check them out. It was they played during during the goal to sprint races, which was kind of cool got them all in the friends ING. Yeah, there's some guy out there Moshen by himself and it was. Jay was doing the goals. He didn't he challenged the guy that he came up against the first time to do it beer in hand, which they did. Yeah. Those are the Salinas. But fun that revenue. When they did the pedal metal over at. Distillery. Years ago, something like that. They did it once out at raised to for, for, like fed benefit. I think it's the same setup is floating around it. Yeah. Totally. There was two different people that tied with the exact same times. I'm like, different times to the hundreds of a second. Yes. That's that was, I think that's why they had to retest some of the raiders racers, I think there might be a little bit of Joe ping. Munns, isn't it? Yeah. Computer, those dope in there. So I re- up to my NBC sports subscription. So we can watch the tour de France here pretty much Allah, July. Whatever like the six through the twentieth. Yeah. Yeah. You wanna stop by and watch the old to Rene, France? That'll be on the, the television. Please do. It'll be fun. Don't know. I'm there racers crash. That's a that's a big race. There's a lot of fast people in their leg up, you know, how to expel gotta. Listen to Lance Armstrong's coverage of it on his podcast because he actually knows what he's talking about. It's kind of cool. I've got my live strong. Yeah. See holding my bracelet do it's do its work. L likes the pop off at really in opportune times. Did you guys see the new poster in the hallway? No, it's the El rodeo fund Douro coming up in July. Oh. That the same day as frost bike. No, it's Dave. I don't say that ever day. I don't think this day after the twenty four holds any water, it doesn't start till noon. And neither do I. Silverlake is okay rolling. It's not the day after the reverse twenty four is meeting up doing a lab of the river was twenty four to pick up as many spoke cards as I can find followed by chicken waffles Dino's, couple of bloody Marys and a really nice long nap and then that it'd be noon. And then gods. I think if anybody's in the area Silverlake is down there towards the Illinois state line by Kenosha, Wisconsin. So Zion cycler down in, in Zion. Illinois is one of the sponsors and your fat, Mike dot com. Friends. This is not quite the fat by beach funder. Oh, but a much of the same character on a more mountain biking, kind, of course, area, very nice course. Yeah. It's pretty good. Doesn't really it doesn't really make hurled because it's too steep. Earning. There's not a lot of you know, rock gardens. Ning crazy. It's just that said, I have crashed there before. Possible. If you feel like testing the crashing waters, you can crashing frostbite in the Chris of law. Cry. That, that fat bike racer that the whole bottom of the hill was solid ice. So everyone's first lap was a yard sale. Yeah. That's what I'm talking to. That was a rough one. I thought I broke my thumb, I don't know if they, they used to groom I think they still do. We'll be talking about groomed trails hear more later on in the season when we actually have snow in July. Yeah. Yeah. All the way this hour, heavy like four good days of summer, fifty degrees today. All well. Swollen freefall? Yeah. We don't have summer, we just had the poly post spring in pre fall. We just had the pollen, you know, it's the pre fall. It's wicked allergies lately. Oh, I'm just so used to it. To between winter winter sniffles to summer pollen ings. And like I just sound like I'm a damn coke fiend. It's like. Sorry. This is just. And you hit the button. Should watch because it's damn funny. With the. Pee-wee's pedes. Anything else on your crumpled up piece of paper there? Yeah. Just that stinks star David and win the past bike that he was on. No one number of who won that one number off on the backup numbers. In case number one didn't want it type thing. Nice. Wow. They livestream. That's number one wanted it. I don't know. I could go take that person out. And then he'd have he'd be number. King rail. Yeah. Right. Can be only one. Was it a cruiser noticing? It was the Qurban. It was a cruiser. Yeah. Kurban. Paps special edition, SE. She got an entry for a few joined the bike fed right between such and such a date and another date that was in the future of that date. Sure he's gonna end up with it. Why not? Why not somehow he'll find some way to by? You'll go thump that guy in seem right. Ryan dome street take it from. So he'll just use REEs. Maybe. Oh, I. I'm just Optimus comes now. I think we're kind of done with this agree ranting. What says we're done. Yeah. Right now, this Duncan Sheik. I'm going to say I'm going to say the next show we're going to get inside. But if it's not that one, it'll be the following one from. Jumba. USA jumba. Good guy. We'll talk bikes with that guy. It's fun to say Chimba, call and leave leave us a message. I sure do. Like to hear those that was the at seven one seven seven two seven two four five three spells. And don't forget, the picture crushe what the what the crusher to show notes. Yeah. Get on maybe even Raschke because that was pretty cool. It's pretty cool. I can say, oh, yeah, I that I envy, again Awa wrestling, folks man, the olden days. All right. Piece out. Great day evening, whatever. Now now now.

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In The Name Of Love | Easter 2021

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In The Name Of Love | Easter 2021

"Welcome to the atmosphere. Church fought gas on behalf of us here at atmosphere. Thank you for downloading or streaming this message regardless of what you believe where you come from or what questions you might have. You are welcome here. Our desire is to help lead you in experiencing god by following. Jesus if you want to find out more information about us head over to our website at fear dot church. Enjoy the message. That's king happy. Resurrection day church. My name is pastor. Jim on the lead pastor. We are so grateful that you guys came out on such a beautiful sunday outdoors. Come on we live in one of the most beautiful areas of the world right here and it sunny on sunday. Thank you by the way for those of you. That have been praying for our weather because while this is an amazing day. There's even know wind. So i'll take that and hey while we're talking here we're easter and before i get into the the message we know that many view are brand new to our church community. 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Oh five three three four eight seven years and just simply text the word. Hello just text. Hello and follow the promptings and that's the best way and eases where we're going to be able to connect with you so other than that next week. We started brand new talk series. And i need to tell you some of your like you can get to church on easter. But you can't give me after that. All right i'm gonna. I mean they're just going to set up next week for you. Were talking about dealing with those lies that we all deal within our heads and we were going to call it identity theft now. Some of you have been the victim of identity fraud. You know to real what it feels like to have your identity stolen but what this cove season has done. This exposed a weakness that many of us have in the weakness is in our minds. And we're listening to too many voices in the voices that are telling us things are opposite of what declares over our lies through. Not just the bible. But through the life of christ which we're going to talk a little bit more about today and so we're calling identity theft and so if you've had these and thoughts of just live being distorted and how you've been feeling come over the next several weeks it's going to be called identity theft so if you have your bibles. We're going to go to the book of revelation on easter sunday. That's i'm going to do it some you. That are familiar with the bible. You would do it and give it up for our choir while you're doing that. What are you guys. Okay if i bring him back at the end all right okay. Revelation chapter one and today's talk is entitled in the name of love now. How many are already familiar with the band youtube. You're familiar with you to how many love the band. Ut all right besides your pastor all right so they wrote this song in nineteen eighty-four called in the name of love now. What's so unique about the song is that is it. Captures the essence of jesus's life but it it ties it into mlk's life and both the life of jesus in the life of emo okay were cut short because they were extremists. In the area of love and so bano in the ban youtube really captured this essence of this extremist kind love in the song called in the name of love and this is an interesting fact. That only one other time since martin. Luther king's death has his death day intersected with jesus. Resurrection day only happened one other time and it was in nineteen ninety nine and so the fact that it's this year after we as a culture have been through everything that we've been through. I call that a god. Wink and i think god has a message for all of us that he wants to do. Some radical things with our lies if we allow them to and when we allow god to do this radical thing of love in our lives. It changes everything today. Some of you are going to leave completely different than how you came in. And it's all in the name of this full throttle. Radical extreme love that we see displayed in the life of martin luther king but was profoundly lived out in the life of jesus christ that really changed and radicalized martin luther king to be an extremist of love you know. He wrote a letter while he was in prison. After a protest in alabama and ironically this letter was written in one thousand nine hundred sixty three on easter weekend and so he was incarcerated for this illegal protests and he was getting pushback back from other churches that were pro predominantly white churches and. They didn't understand what he was doing and why he was doing it the way he was doing it. And they didn't agree with how he was doing it and so he wrote an open letter to them that was published in multiple publications. And this is what he said in his letter. You speak of our activity. Birmingham is extreme at first. I was rather disappointed. That fellow clergymen with see my non-violent efforts as those extremists but though i was initially disappointed at being categorized as an extremist as i continue to think about the matter i gradually gained a measure of satisfaction from the label was not jesus and extremist for love quote. Love your enemies bless them that curse you to them that hate you and pray for them. Which despite fully use you and persecute you and quote. So the question is not whether we will be extremists. But what kind of extremists will we be. Will we be extremists for hate or for love. So what kind of extremist are we going to choose to be in the midst of all the uncertainty in the midst of all the an that we have all witnessed and gone through together. Because let me tell you something that you probably already know. But you need a preacher on easter sunday to tell you the greatest agent of change that this world has offered to. It is the love that only jesus christ can bring into your life. It changes everything. And we're going to talk about that. Radical full-throttle extreme. Love this morning. This radical love is why dr king said this love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into friend so as i think about this radical full-throttle just extreme love that i believe that the book revelation chapter one really captures the essence of this. And it's that you may have read the book. Revelation scary book. Well hey in the beginning. There's something really good and some of you have red ripe past it and failed to see the beauty in it and here. It is in revelation chapter one versus five and six and from jesus christ. He is the faithful witness to these things. The first to rise from the dead and the ruler of all the kings of the world i'll glory to him who loves us and has freed us from our sins by shedding his blood for us he has made us a kingdom of priests for god his father all glory and power to him forever and ever amen. Now you read through this. This is a beautiful description. Of jesus. Christ and i believe in this passage we see three radical points of how this extreme love works for our lives. And so if you're taking notes i know the screens are difficult to see outside. But somebody in her church. Thank you jessica has made it available online if you go to the bible app. Which is the version bible app. You go under eventual atmosphere. Church pop up. You can follow along our notes but if you have a notebook out if you want to write these notes out. I think it would be very helpful for your life if you write these down. But here's the first one write this down. His love holds us. his love holds us. This is the first radical idea within this passage. That i want you to understand. I want you to get a hold of because as you get a hold of it. God gets a hold of you. That's that's what it is now. When i say god loves you for some of you you're like of course like i'm the baby of six children. I'm the youngest. And so how many in birth order are you the last into birth order of your family. All right okay. We know mom loves us a little bit more don't we. We already know that like like we read into our siblings all the time like you guys know that mom loves me a little bit more right like even my my son. Who's the last born he. He has on my wife's phone mom's favorite all right. His sisters get really mad because they think that there's a little bit of truth to that but we love our kids all the same but the baby little bit extra right because you know that's it and so i grew up. I always felt special. Because i really believe like i was loved loved really well by my parents. And and so. It's easy for me to step into this conversation and assume everybody else's on the same level as me as far as understanding that their love but the reality is a lot of people are messed up with this idea of love. They didn't have the upbringing that i had. Maybe instead of a last in the birth order they were the first so mom and dad were a little bit more hard on them than the baby but maybe has nothing to do with birth order. Maybe it's just a lot of pain and hardship because of the upbringing that you had in and maybe there was some things that happen against your life that you just know that you don't feel very loved and there. Are these voices that perhaps you deal with that are constantly trying to tell you that you don't matter that you're not loved that you're never enough that resonate with some of you this morning that these voices are real and sometimes they get so loud. That's all we hear and so when somebody like me comes along is this god loves you. It's hard to land that thought because of all these things that are moving against our life. This is where the most famous bible passage comes in place. John three sixteen. I mean i grew up looking at this verse on the on the tv screen at the football game with that guy with the clown hair between the goalposts. Have john three sixteen as a kid. I remember thinking what does that i mean. What does that mean. And it got me to the bible just like you got a lot of you to the bible but i think a lot of us miss this significance of what's in this verse and there's a reason it is so popular it says for god so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. Now i want to highlight something to you. Hear that you may miss. He didn't just love you. He so loved you putting a so before that makes all the difference in the world. Just think about the last time you ate somewhere and you really loved your meal and the person you're eating with at your dish. I mean you ate it all. You were like pretty much licking your plate. And they're like. Wow that must have been a good meal. And he said no. It wasn't a good meal it was so good. Look at your neighbors. Say so good. You know i'm making you guys hungry. I shouldn't mess with that last gathering like this year like i am laid on lunch already but stopped the food. Talk right but you track with me here. There's a difference like you want to express that it's not just a regular type of meal that you enjoy like he was next level and so the way we describe next level kind of things is we. Add the word so to it. So i'm here to declare to you. God doesn't just love you. God so loves you. He so loves you. It's the next level kind of love. And i don't care how your mom took care of a preaching. I'm get ahead. Don't care your daddy took care of you. I don't care how yet third grade bullied took care of you. I'm here to tell you regardless of the pain and the suffering that you've been through god's love is greater than that and nothing can separate you from that romans. Eight thirty eight thirty nine for. I'm convinced that neither death nor life neither angels nor demons neither the president nor the future nor any powers neither heighten our debt nor any other created thing. We'll be able to separate us from the love of god that is in christ. Jesus our lord. You are so loved. That means that you're more than enough and this is the first step into letting god change. Your life is is getting hold of how god has gotten a hold of you. And he's loved you despite what you've done or who you've been with or what places that you visited. His love is greater than any of that and write this down. Here's a second one so it's almost like a progression here so the first radical idea in revelation is his love holds us. But here's the second. His love frees us. There is a power working against our life. There's a power even. Sometimes you could feel it inside of you that that's pushing against you and you want to move forward you you want to make yourself this kind of a life and it just seems like no matter how much you want. You don't always make the right decision are you. Are you with me on that. There just seems to be something working against you and no matter. How hard you try just seems like you're shackled up things and you want something out of your life but it seems like he can't get out of your life no matter how hard you try see. Jesus lived to show you love but he died to set you free so that you can experience his love he. He died to set you free. He absorbed all of the hurt. All of the things that are moving against your life so that he could take you and release you shackles. That had been holding you down in holding you back from stepping in to all that god has for your life. I saw scripture this week as we were. Just kind of meditating on this idea of good friday and i posted this on my social media feeds because it just really spoke to me so i love about the bible. You can read a passage over and over again and just god continues to show you new truce every time you go to it first. Peter chapter two twenty. I wants you to get your arms around. This says christ carried our sins in his body on the cross so that freed from our sins. We could live a life. That has god's approval. his wounds have healed you. His wounds have healed you so think about all of the stuff that you've maybe brought into your life that is hurt. You hurt your family. Maybe things that other people have done against you hurt you or your family and what jesus does on the cross takes all of that. Hurt any absorbs all of it. So the in place of their he can bring healing to your heart so he wants to forgive you and set you free from all this pain and all of the sorrow in all of this power. Move against you so that you can step into the healing power of god. I believe today. God is wanting to heal some very wounded hearts and he does it through his love. His love frees us and his love is here right now to free you and to empower you to live in the healing of god into that deepest wound that maybe you've experienced in your life. Here's the third step in this process. Is his left changes us. This is what resurrection sundays. All about because the way. God radicalize us with this love is. He gets on the inside of us because we don't have the capacity to love like this. I don't know if you've tried to love people. It's easy even jesus said this. It's easy to love people that have already loved you. How have you done loving people that believe differently than you. Politically this season Have you done loving people. That don't agree with you on how you wear a mask or don't wear a mask. See the love that jesus came to introduce to. The world is love that can love even your worst enemy that that's a another level kind of love but that's a loved that can only come when comes on the inside of us and levels up and and installs a new gear for us to operate in with our lives know tear dating. We're eighteen. we were young. i mean it was. It was love right so we were in love. And i remember one of those first dates. I was writing passenger. She was driving me and she had a honda. Prelude stick shift manual transmission. How many of you guys even know how to drive a stick shift automobile or all right. How many how many learned how to drive with a manual transmission razor your end. I got mad respect for you guys mad respect. That's good so we're in her honda prelude and she's got her manual transmission. She's got her six and we start on the freeway and we're just talking. We're having a good time and all sudden her car just starts like making this noises like wine. And i'm like well your cars go blow up like you need to pull over. She's like what are you talking about. It always sounds like this. A what's i go. There's no way it always sounds like this. Like i'm like this car is going to explode. You need to get off the freeway immediately. She i'm telling you it always sounds like this and i go okay and i looked down. I'm trying to figure this out going. There is definitely a problem and she doesn't know about it. So i'm looking around remember. We just started dating. So i you know. There's there's some filters that unfortunately are no longer in my life but in there as hey beautiful you are the sunshine of my life. Hey i think you have another gear on your car. And i'm looking at the state in. Its in four. And her car had overdrive fifth gear. And she's looks down at the Go go there's a fifth gear because there's not. Nobody ever showed me that i go. I'm looking at the diagram right now. I think you have a fifth gear. She goes why. I've owned this car for like two years. Nobody's ever showed me this. I go well. let's just try it. See if i'm right. And so. I said go ahead put the clutching the fifth year. And she put the coaching she media shifted to fifth gear. And this engine was going. And i could hear that cars you i love you with it. Everlasting love. I've been waiting for this moment. The car started saying it was so excited that we found another gear. Let me tell you. When god's love enters into your life he installs a new gear for you to operate in see. Jesus died to get you into heaven but he resurrected to get heaven into you. He's got a new gear for your life. He wants you to have a different kind of marriage. He wants you to have a different kind of family. He wanted a different kind of experience with life. In all stems from heaven getting on the inside of your soul. And unfortunately i've been doing this for many years even though we're a new church i'm not new to church and i've met a lot of people that believe in god but they get stuck living in the forgiveness of friday and never shift their life to the supernatural of sunday. They get stuck in this idea that yes got me. He's forgiven me but he didn't just live and die so that you could just come to church every week and just read your bible every once in a while. He came and he lived any diet. Any resurrected to get that power into you to transform. Not just your life but everybody. Here's a here's an interesting thing about the third thing that that that the book revelation says we're a kingdom of priests. Now that may go right over some of your head. You're like what does that even mean. There's something biblically significant about this. Because it's talking about this in the old testament that the people of israel were to be kingdom freese paul later another scripture he. Peter says in another scripture. He says you're a royal priesthood. See a priest is a person that puts his or her god on display with their life with everything that they do see. When jesus comes and lives on the inside of us he transforms us. And we become gods walking and talking billboards of what he is like and the biggest way that he shows himself off in our life is not how we go to church is not how we read our bibles but is found in how we love other people that my friends is how you show a world what god is all about when you full throttle radically extremely love in your life as a church. Were just a couple of years old. Like i never heard of this church because we haven't been a church that long and we were in a prayer meeting and we were asking the holy spirit to show us what it was that he wanted us to do and i know the name may be throwing off a little bit. You're like is this new age church honestly the name atmosphere. We feel as a prophetic way of discussing. What god really wants to do with his church. See we don't go to church. We are the church and we are to be the transformers of our culture not to be transformed by our culture and we are to be atmosphere changes in years ago. God gave me where he says. I've sent you here to change the atmosphere. And we believe that god sent us to the kanawha valley from the valley of fire called las vegas to bring an atmosphere shift for this valley to walk in a level of love that you have may never have even ever been introduced to and the only way that you're gonna level up and find this new gear of your life is that you receive the gift of eternal life by receiving the spirit of god into your heart and this is where the change happens. John thirteen verse. thirty five. Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples. We hear a lot about infections. These days in don't spread you know slow. The spread remember when they told us fifteen days of slow. The spread poop was fifteen months ago. But here's here's what i realize. Cs lewis a philosopher. That has since gone to be with jesus himself. He wrote a book in this book. He talked about us. The church being a good infection to the world. and we've seen the damage of covid and how it's super infectious will see. The love of god was designed to be placed in us so that we can be come a good infection to the rest of the world so that they will know how god operates by watching our life and how we operate our lives. But you can't operate in this mode without god living on the insight of who you are and i wouldn't be right in letting this moment pass by without giving you an invitation to follow. Jesus as i did so many years ago in introduce you to the jesus that absolutely one hundred percent changed my life. I grew up in a home that man everybody had temper problems and i was heading in that direction but one of the biggest surprises of all in my own life is this young guy that would fly off the handle in extreme ways so at the drop of a hat the love of god got a hold of me on the inside and it changed me. I'm not saying. I don't struggle with that. But not nearly to the level i was. I was a mess. Punch home. The walls i'd kick and i just i was a mess in god transformed me in the same god that transformed my life is here transform your life and i wanna give you an invitation right now in this moment to follow jesus and let the love of god come on the inside of you to level you up into fill you with that awesome extreme for throttle radical love. Would you stand your feet fathers. We stand and as we enter time with worship god. I know that there's some parts that are here today. That are far from you. Maybe it's even a miracle that they're sitting here today. I feel like there's somebody that you walked in here today and you thought just a year ago. There's no way. I'll ever come back to a church again and here you are because god so love chase you down and brought you here. And you're not here by coincidence here by providence. Because god wants you to know the real him does not here to judge you. Condemn you and throw you away. But he's here to love you and builds you up and put you in your destiny so that you can walk in his promises. I believe he brought you back so that you can hear that in his time to follow jesus in everything that he has for your life so if you here today and you're ready to follow. Jesus you're ready. You receive his spirit to come live on the inside in this moment. Right now with everybody's head bowed. If you're ready to step into this relationship with god the let this love come fully alive into your soul. All i'm gonna ask you to do. Just slip your hand up so i can see you and i pray for you. God bless you guys a lot of hands going up. Just keep it up for a second. I could just see us. I can make eye contact with you. Just see you. God bless you guys for those hands that are going up. God you see him today. Lord i pray that the transformation would begin that the old would pass away behold all things become new that lord that they are life would go into overdrive in this full throttle. Radical extreme love that we find in jesus will be found in them through your spirit living in them. So thank you god for everything that you've done for our life and everything that you wanna do for our life forgive you life today and we're gonna follow you all the days of our in jesus name amen and amen pray that prayer with me then i want you to take the next step and fill out that connection card and let us know you made that decision. You can also text that phone number earlier. That i said utech celo you text eight. Oh five three. Three four eight seven zero zero and say follow. That tells us that you made a decision to follow. Jesus today and we want to partner with you is the easiest way we can connect you send you a bible and other information but see we serve a god that changes us beginning with our love. But he takes the hurt and he brings a healing. He he takes the grave and he creates the garden. He takes our morning and turns it into dancing. He takes her ashes and turns it into beauty. And we're here today to celebrate that god is still actively changing lives in the canal valley. And so if you are a life that's been changed by the power of god. Then sing it like you mean a church. Let's worship thank you for tuning in today to another great message from atmosphere church. If this message has spoken to your heart would you take a moment and share it with your friends. You can connect with us on spotify. I tunes podcast. Youtube facebook and instagram. 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Navigo, Inc on Oil and Gas HSE OGHSE109

"In a global industry where anything can happen. When mistakes cost much more than dollars we bring you expertise from around the world to ensure that everyone goes home safe every day. The internationally acclaimed gas. Hse podcast starts now with your host. Russell Stewart's body. Thanks for tuning into another episode of the O. G. G. Hse podcast sponsored by Anderson Hauser a global leader in process automation and measurement interest in Hauser. The people for process automation is for flow level pressure analytics temperature recording and digital communications. Whether reasons air such a good fit for this hse podcast is because they optimize processes in terms of not only economic efficiency but safety and environmental impact their customers come from various industries including chemical food and beverage laugh. Sciences Power and energy primaries in metal oil and gas and water and wastewater with almost fourteen thousand employees worldwide more than seventy eight hundred patents and patent applications Anderson. Hauser truly is people for process automation. Check them out at. Www DOT ANDRESS DOT com. Okay today. We're doing another remote broadcast because well you know why like everyone else. We're trying to do our part in the battle against this. Covert nineteen pandemic by practicing our social distancing. So today I have on the phone with me Benjamin. Okay folks. If you're aspiring to be a podcast or let me tell you don't have a guest on your show and you can't even pronounce his last name. Benjamin what is your last name is. Nice my new smart okay. Well that's not quite as hard as I thought it was in I. E. U. W. a new SMA. Okay so Benjamin I gotTa know what kind of name is at so. It's actually freeze so in Holland. The Dutch tend to little bit. How would you put it slightly snooty? You know nose in the air while the the freese were kind of that to the extreme. And so yeah. But you're not going to be a SNOB on the show today though. Oh completely. I'm a total well. Now what you are. You are awesome. What you are is the founder and CEO. Of and. I don't even know how to Pronounce Your Company's name Navajo Navajo. Okay Navegar Inc. Yes that's correct okay. So Benjamin I'm looking at your website. Nab Ago Slash INC NAVIGATE DASH INC DASH INC DOT COM or dot com and on the website. I'm looking at your website. It says that your company is about community to global level risk assessment scaled communication and emergency management. So we've got a lot of talk about and just a short time. Where do you WANNA start? Oh well so far you know. We have an intelligence communication aspect to what we're doing. And so you know. Obviously we've been following the coronal virus pretty acutely but we've also been helping organizations kind of monitor their folks stay in touch understand what the situation on the ground is and then you know in some cases they have to get back home so it's been an interesting few weeks. Oh It's been an interesting few weeks for all of us as for sure so what has been most interesting on your part. So I'm an engineer. So in a funny way a lot of what's been interesting to me is looking at the data looking at the trends of what's happening and team building out some of these different risk models because what we're seeing from people is that there's a disconnect between what the true risks are in the true threats are and then what their personal risk is and so there's a lot of discussion in the media about the dangers of what's going on. There are plenty of human interest stories. But when you actually look at the numbers behind it I think that people have you know. People have a good reason to actually take a deep breath you know. Be careful but don't panic about this from a numbers perspective. Were in a good spot. Well as a matter of fact at the top of your website. You've got a special note about Cova. Nineteen SAYS PLEASE CHECK OUT. Our covert nineteen specific tools to help people and organizations understand their personal risk regarding the corona virus pandemic. So you WanNa talk about that. Yeah absolutely so one of the things that we've spent some of our time and effort on recently is helping people and organizations understand what is corona virus actually mean to them so which there people are at risk. Where are they at risk? And you know what's the likelihood of catching krona virus? If they're sick. How likely is it that they actually have it? And what a lot of people don't realize is that the statistical probability of catching it even with how many cases we have in our country. Today is very very small and this isn't to say that you know we espouse. Go break your curfew. You know that kind of thing. We certainly support you. Following your you know. Leaders and policymakers but at the same time. I think if people actually understand what this means for them is incredibly comforting because a lot of people feel like well if I step outside. I'm GonNa die in the answer is we'll now who are the bottom line is and I wanna come back to something that you said in just a minute but it's if you get corona viruses not a death sentence like for example Spanish flu in nineteen eighteen. There were people perfectly healthy people who contracted the Spanish flu and in a matter of twelve hours they were dead and that was very common. Apparently and I'm of some serious cases regarding this corona virus and some speedy type consequences but for the most part. You have a good chance of survival if you aren't compromised in other areas right that's correct if you're healthy and you're not you know in your eighty s or something like that. I mean your chances of survival of this are very very high and part of the things. That's challenging is from epidemological standpoint when there's a new disease or outbreak the way that the initially calculate the fatality rate is based on the confirmed cases and then the percentage of those cases which ended up in fatality. The challenge has been that in this case. If we're only testing the people who are sick then we end up with a very skewed fatality number. Because they're such a large population of people with either white cases or a symptomatic. So if you think of how you calculate the fatality rate for the flu for example they know that the flu is about point one percent fatal but the way that they actually do. The calculation is very very different based on the body of research on the overall case load in the community so for example as of a couple of weeks ago we had a bowel million seventy eight thousand tests that were sent out for the flu and two hundred twenty two thousand positives and then trying to remember the the latest number. It's somewhere in the tens of thousands of fatality from the flu right. Let's just say it's twenty for example so if you take your twenty thousand fatalities out of two hundred twenty two thousand positive tests you would end up with a calculation equal to about ten percent. Give or take fatality for the flu. But we know that isn't the case because we know the denominator generally speaking in the population and so the number that everyone's missing currently in our population as the denominator of how many people are actually infected or. Have you know? Antibodies showing that. They have immunity to the disease. That will give us an understanding. The actual caseload in the community will. Isn't that one of the reasons they call it novel? Copd nineteen because they don't know who has the immunities in the antibodies already in their system or they assumed that we don't have them currently. Yeah it is a lot of option Shin that basically nobody has them thankfully. I think there are some tests coming out fairly seeing which should be able to shed some light on this. You know but that's where again if people can understand the numbers even the numbers with the assumption of higher fatality. If they actually look through their chances and that's our tool. Does we produce this? You know this personal assessment and you answer you know sixteen pretty simple questions you can do on your phone. It's completely anonymous. Unless your organization sends it out if they had a senate out than the results go to them of. You know who's sick and WHO's at risk etc but aside from that is completely anonymous and we'll give you a personalized score and for like ninety nine percent of focuses pretty reassuring. Well that's great in fact that was what I said. I wanted to go back to while ago. You said just because you step outside. Your door doesn't mean you're going to contract the disease if they determined. I think you said it's not that contagious. Well that contagious compared to what like other things back to Yeah okay all right right. I mean there are some hyper contagious things. We don't fully know the are not of this. Just because we don't know the case load we do know confirmed in a bunch of areas now and so you know the estimates of are not also. They're not constant because it depends on immunity in a population. It depends on. Who's gotten it in his now. Better hit depends on social interactivity. And that's something also that we have data analysis that can show the different levels of interactivities. Bhai different kinds of jobs. For example so there are certain jobs that have a high level of interactivity and so for those people is going to put them in contact with Moore folks which then of course you know the more people you interface with you have an increased risk of catching something so but even there you know for your average person you know if they're practicing appropriate hygiene the end up in a pretty good spot. Well you said that you could do this right off of your phone. And as a matter of fact I'm on my phone right now so I clicked the little icon at the top of your website. And when you do that immediately. The screen comes on and assists cove it risk assessment and the title is how likely might catch. Cova nineteen and what can I do limit my chances this short assessment combines data from a variety of sources to help you determine your risk getting Kobe. Nineteen if you feel sick it also helps determine whether you have the virus or are experiencing different illness so take the assessment. So you punch the button there. Says this Cessnas completely anonymous and you begin the assessment. And as you said they're sixteen questions beginning with where you live. I actually went in and took the assessment. I remember your age. Category of course was one factor and there were other things so it comes back and as I recall. Is it like high low inbetween. Yeah so for your risk of catching the disease. We give you a statistical number and for a lot of folks. It's like you know one out of ten thousand for some of them. It's you know one out of one hundred thousand your risk of catching it is really low and that makes sense if you think about it because we have three hundred and thirty million people in the US and we've got what a few hundred thousand who are sick with us so your risk for today is low now if that number increases to many many millions obviously than your risk on a daily basis would go up with her right but then there's the other question which is what does this mean to me. Also what's your potential susceptibility? And then we rate that on several different levels you know lower risk medium higher risk and high risk in for those different levels even if we rate you in a high risk category or the medium risk in a lot of situations. The statistics are still very much on your signed for for survival. You get a case of it but it helps you understand to you know kind of how serious this would likely be and you know. The media's had different stories lately where they'll find. You know somebody in their thirties. Or they'll find some kid who's come down with a bad case of it and those are very fine. From a human interest standpoint. Were looking at us to preponderance of the statistics and that's the analysis that we're focused on. So you know. This isn't to say that it's impossible for a little kid to get a bad case of it but the case load that our little kids are almost nonexistent right right exactly so from a personal standpoint. I can take this assessment just to again understand it for my own sake you know. Sell this information than anybody. You're going to try to sell me anything as correct on the other hand you mentioned if an organization there is some value an organization might requests this for their employees as a tool for them to come up with a Risk Management Plan. Or whatever correct. Yeah so what we can do with. This is that we can set up a specific version for an organization and then this will return the results into our system and in that case we don't ask for any contact info for the people but we do ask for their name their first and last name and so this allows us to provide the organization with kind of a real time updated dashboard of what's going on within their organization from an assessment perspective. So if they have a certain percentage of their folks sick this will show them that this will show them you know what statistically what is the risk profile of their overall workforce you know so for small companies that have you know just five or ten people? There's not going to be as much value to that. But for a very large company there's a lot more value or for example for healthcare providers. If they have you know I mean we had one doctor with nine hundred patients and so getting picture of where all of the patients are from a risk perspective. An susceptibility perspective. That's actually pretty valuable. Because it allows him to take in triage around the high risk people so if someone was to take advantage of this really we already mentioned your Web. They can go to the website and everything. They can navigate through the website and make contact. Would you make contact with your company? Take advantage of any of these resources. Is that correct? That's correct and then also will paste in the show notes. You're linked in profile so that anybody wants to contact you via link and can do that. I WanNa just in the last few minutes here. I want to tip toe into some economic risk analysis. Get some scary waters here. Okay all right some other information that you guys have put together is kind of and this is a question that people are asking. I'm just trying to provide people with tools and resources since they. They wonder about these sort of things. You have some other not just what we're talking about. Cova Nineteen Risk Assessment. Some some other data that released to not just the physical health aspect but also to the economic impact. Is that correct? That's absolutely correct. The Eye for a lot of folks that the question that's being asked is is the cure worse than the disease and so what a lot of people don't realize is that you know when we talk about the economy. The assumption is that okay. You're just talking about money. We're actually talking about people's lives and we're talking about time and we're talking about finite work and so when you do something like shutting down parts of your economy which affect main street is than Wall Street with Wall Street. The money moves around so when the market goes up a lot of people put money into the market when the market goes down people took their money out of the market and obviously there's more nuance than that. But by and large the market is simply people buying and selling things that work has gone into to produce and so in the case of doing something like shutting down. A part of your economy is very different than the stock market. Going up and down and that's because work is what creates money and so if the work isn't done is the value isn't created than those are dollars that actually vanish. They don't move to the sideline they don't go to other people they disappear and so when you look at a state like Texas for example and you look at the economic impact of the current shelter in place policy. What you see is hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars of loss on a daily basis and this is very personal the people because we can actually model this on a county level. Where you've got you know for like Anderson County. You've got somewhere between five and ten jobs being lost the day right. Based on the economic policy and one of the challenges with this is the secondary impacts that are connected with economic loss like this so unemployment is able to be tied to for example suicides and so when we create a situation where people have a lot higher chance of losing their job than they have of catching the virus. Right now you end up with people who are frustrated and hopeless and so one of the things that they've actually been some leading articles bound. You know three hundred percent increases in the suicide hotlines and with that equates to for a state like Texas is that you end up with significant amounts of increased suicide and oddly enough. It's not necessarily the places that have the krona virus cases and same with your economic loss. So you have counties that will see additional suicides. But they don't actually have any they don't have any cases of Ron Virus and they'll see economic loss job loss in including women and minority owned businesses. You're going to see a whole bunch of those on a daily basis going out of business and in a number of situations this includes counties where they're actually you know we're not talking about even fatalities were talking about. No current confirmed cases of chronic virus at all and so I think. The numbers are incredibly enlightening. Little bit frightening and so yeah so one of the things we can combine with our overall risk analysis. Is You know. Economic Risk Analysis which can be used for resource allocation and company planning and organizational resiliency purposes. Okay well that's great and again all this can be found on your website. Yeah the economic analysis is not something that we have released publicly yet. Oh it's not it's not so you have to contact us for that. Contact you for that in order to get okay. We really appreciate this and we really appreciate the work that you're doing with. 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Nine Inch Nails - Historical Context Complied

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Nine Inch Nails - Historical Context Complied

"The Foreign Michael Trent resident on May Seventeenth nineteen sixty five in Pennsylvania. His parents divorced after his father left the Family Trent and his younger sister were sent to live with his maternal grandparents when his mother decided that it would be too difficult to raise the children on her own uh when he was five years old trance grandmother encouraged him to take classical piano lessons overtime his musical talent emerged in he was compared to Harry Harry connick junior by his piano teacher. His Grandmother Considered Point Trent out of school so he could pursue his studies fulltime his taste expanded kiss and David Bowie became his favorite artists by the time he was in high school. He also broadened his own talents by joining his school's marching band and concert band playing tenor saxophone into a after graduating high school in Nineteen ninety-three redner studied production at allegheny college and played in a local Pennsylvania band before dropping out and moving to Cleveland eventually getting a job as a studio technician at right track studio he met and became roommates with Christopher N._O.. Future live drummer for Nash nails sales and Marilyn Manson prisoner played in a series of local bands but his goal was always to write and play his own music by nineteen ninety-eight Trent recorded his first demo called purest feeling during spare time while working at right track and he settled on the name nine inch nails for his project regarding the name he said it sounded menacing. It was catchy. It's stood the two-week tests and it could be easily abbreviated after befriending John Mom junior who became his manager for fifteen fifteen years Rosner signed onto t to records founded in one thousand nine hundred five by Steve Gottlieb T._v. was known mainly for releasing novelty and Television Jingle records until this point now with the label backing reservoir began reworking his demos and re recording them to create the first Knin album reznor collaborated ran with some of his most idolized producers Mark Ellis Aka Flood Keith Leblanc Adrian Sherwood and John Fryer However T._v.. T was unhappy about the departure that reser had taken the album from his original demos and this caused friction between residents and the Laban John Fryer said ahead. We're trying to make the hardest record we could make it was very strange because we made it. We thought it sounded brilliant. We had it on the big speakers and it was just blowing us away then someone from the record company came in and because the demos were more sinti and not as industrials on the album he listened to it and his mouth dropped open and he said you've ruined this record but of course it's gone on to be a classic. It was done in twenty days. I think it was a good thing that we may record so quickly back then because there's a lot of energy in there and mistakes were left in it sounds so human and not blended overtime regarding the album's artwork created by Gary Top pass commissioner said the cover of pretty eight machine is a photo of blades of some sort of turbines stretched vertically so it looks somewhat like bones or ribcage. Oh cage pretty hate machine was released in nineteen eighty nine. Although it peaked at number seventy five on the billboard two hundred album gained popularity through word of mouth and developed an underground following pretty hate machine spent a total of one hundred fifteen weeks on the billboard two hundred chart with singles down in it had like a hole and sin said it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on March Third Nineteen ninety-three eventually garnered triple platinum certification on May twelfth in two thousand three when it became time to assemble alive ban to tour to promote the record Resona recruited Richard Patrick the future founder of the Rock Band and filter on guitar and backing vocals former roommate Christopher Renna on drums and James Woolley on keyboards programming and backing vocals at first the band state local to Cleveland but they're soon invited to join the Canadian industrial band skinny puppy and then on the first Lollapalooza tour where they became one of the most popular band on the tour from nineteen eighty eight to nineteen ninety one nine inch nails toured almost nonstop across North America and Europe next time we will return defined exhausted redner record label pressure and a secretly recorded EP during the extensive touring for for pretty hate machine Trenton Residence Label T._v. t- records was pressuring Rittner for a second album that copied the synth pop sound of pretty hate machine still frustrated created with T._v.. Tease interference turn the recording pretty hate machine resin are asked to terminate the contract T._v. t- refused and continued to push for another album that that fell into the synth pop genre res- ner and producer flood began recording material for nine schnauzer release but did so under fake names so so that the web will wouldn't have any say in how it was produced according to resume they made it pretty clear. They weren't ready to sell so I felt like well I finally got this thing going but it's dead foot and I had to record broken record under a different band name because if T._v. t- found out we were recording they would confiscate all of our Shit and release said during this time Jimmy Iovine at interscope records hoped to buy out residents contract from T._v. t the H._B._O.. Documentary miniseries the defiant ones. It's dramatizes this as a battle of wills with I._O.. Wien literally staying in his bathroom for an entire year on the phone with interscope legal team Steve Gottlieb of T._V. D._t.. And reservoirs manager John Malm Eventually T._V. T- relented and signed over the contract to interscope when res- ner met I o vein for the first time residence listener was guarded. He was free of t t but he had no idea of I o Wien and interscope would be easier or more difficult to work with at the same time. interscope was still L. A. New label it only existed for two years in fact their first release was Rico Suave Abe by Ecuadorian rapper and singer Geraldo Yeah that guy in that first meeting in Residence Hotel Room I o Wien was very aimable to to all prisoners requests I in advance for record second to be left alone to create the record choose what songs were released as singles and have control control over all the artwork finally prisoner asked for Vanity Label under interscope that redner would control and he could sign artists if he saw fit I o.. V. And agreed to olive resins requests without hesitation and Reisner gave interscope the broken ep to be released in Nineteen ninety-two using his full creative control redner commission musician and Music Video Director Peter Christopherson to create music videos for most of the EP tracks that told a single-story gle story. This became known as the broken movie. It's content is very graphic and could not be released officially but is believed that residents about incomplete V._H._S. copies to his friends fans later got their hands on these copies and they were heavily traded during the nineties the PS notes contain the standard. Thank thank you section with names of Wien Rick Rubin and others that res- ner appreciated but it also had a no. Thanks you know who you fucking are followed owed by the slave thinks that he is released from bondage only to find a stronger set of genes in another example of subtly telling us how he feels res- ner whispers whispers eat your heart out Steve at the beginning of physical. There's most likely directed towards T._V.. Founder Steve gottlieb despite being a large deviation from pretty hate machine's beans industrial synth pop sound a lack of tour to promote it and its first promotional video being banned from MTV for depicting a man being tortured and killed broken sold well and eventually went platinum. The track wish won a grammy for best metal performance after winning wrister joked that he wanted his gravestone onto read said fist fuck one grammy next on residents horizon the downward spiral and more commercial success in the early nineties things were falling into place for Trent redner. He was a grammy winning artist. He was signed to major label. The promise not to interfere with his work he discovered befriended and signed Brian Warner Aka Marilyn Manson to was nothing records sub label he was producing Warner's first album portrait of an American family and he had a vision for nineish nails second album he you set up shop in a beverly hills mansion that he dubbed a pig. This was the house where the followers of Charles Manson's Colt brutally murdered Sharon tate her unborn child and four others others the cult members famously wrote pig on the front door of the mansion Peres ner denied knowing any of this until after he'd Chris in the House of the pig and had finished recording the downward spiral author when it came time to write the album prisoner wanted to break away from broken singular sound and themes of anger he stated the medically. I wanted to explore the idea of somebody buddy who systematically throws or uncovers every layer of what he's surrounded with comfort wise from personal relationships to religion to questioning the whole situation someone dissecting his own ability to relate to other people or have anything to believe in with the downward spiral. I tried to make a record that had a full range rather than a real guitar based record for Real synth based record. I tried to make it something that opened the Palette for Knin so we don't get pigeonholed. It was a conscious effort to focus more on texture and space rather than bludgeoning you over the head with for an hour with a guitar prisoners cited David Bowie album whoa as a songwriting inspiration saying I related to it on a songwriting level a mood level in song structure level while he still preferred to be the sole member of in prisoner brought in Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction to record drum tracks Adrian Bhallu who worked out with Frank Zappa David Bowie in the talking heads for guitar prisoner recorded himself and others play long segments and then cut them down to short samples that would be rearranged on the final tracks layered with metaphors. Leave things to interpretation the downward spiral is a concept album where the protagonist is dealing with religion Dehumanisation Violence Silence Disease Society Drugs Sex and finally suicide prisoner has stated that the character is representation of himself during touring he began to use drugs and alcohol to escape from the pressures of the tour media in the record label. He later said it was during that tour the problems started to arise prior to that I would have considered myself pretty normal with the downward spiral. I can remember where I was in my head. What I was thinking and I can remember writing that record in the mindset this record that was about an extension of me became the truth fulfilling itself Ninh's popularity spiked even further after the band played on the mud-soaked Soak Stage of Woodstock nineteen ninety four then also caught the attention of David Bowie himself Bowie was planning a tour for his latest album outside his idea was to co headline with Dinesh nails in the hopes of a cross pollenisation of the fan bases Boeing resnick came up with an unconventional tour his nineish nails near the end of their set bowie's band would slowly come onstage residents bowie shared vocal duties as the merged band would play a mix of nine inch nails and Bowie songs and end the tour with a duet of the downward spirals final track hurt prisoner was a fan of Bo is a teenager and so when Bowie reach out to him him was a huge honor those influence crew into prisoners personal life as well after his death in two thousand sixteen prisoner wrote about that time with both on that tour where I was a mess quite honestly it was the peak of nine schnauzers newfound Rocketship of fame it destroyed my personality and became overwhelming going from not being able to afford the cast bill to show up to arenas full people who think they kind of know you? The line starts to blur between the guy on stage and the person who used to be my way of dealing with life was to numb myself with drugs and alcohol because it made me feel better and more quick to deal with everything my career is skyrocketing but the scaffolding that was holding me up as a person Persson was starting to collapse but I knew in my heart that I was on an unsustainable breakfast and self destructive path. When I met David He'd been through that he he was content? He was at peace with himself with an incredible wife clearly in love the remember times where the two of us were alone and he said some things that weren't scolding putting the pieces of wisdom that stuck with you know there's a better way here and it doesn't have to end in Since the end of promoting the downward spiral and co-producing Marilyn Manson second album antichrist superstar prisoner tried taking a break from music to focus on getting his own life back in order he checked into Rehab and soon after completing the program he he received the devastating news that his grandmother who had raised him at passed away prisoner secured the position of soundtrack producer for the film The Lost Highway Manson had also been vying for this job and this sparked a feud between the friends when it was time to focus on the next nineish nails project prisoners setup up nothing studios in a former funeral home in New Orleans he brought back Alan Moulder who helped engineer the downward spiral and begin work on what would become the fridge Israel the process began with Rosner writing lyrics on his own and creating music segments with Molter to be chopped up and edited together in a similar process as has the downward spiral mulder wrote. I was getting involved pretty early on trend had one song written in about fifteen demos heels had about sixty bits varying from a riff or a noise loop two more evolved trump pattern with bass and or guitar line we sorted through these and decided which wants to work on because there was so much material to work on we never wavered on anything taking the attitude that if something was happening or would reach to block then we'd move onto the next Xtrac we wouldn't listen back to what we had done on these tracks for weeks because we had been working quickly and constantly moving on listening back later to what we had done was always a surprise. We quite often had forgotten what we had done. Every time we listened back we got excited as it was always a lot better than we remembered we would carry on doing that and some tracks would get eliminated needed. We went on until Trent had vocal ideas and lyrics these songs would be completed and not listen to for a couple of weeks to see if the ideas stood the test of time. If we were happy happy we've assert the mix of the song adding and refining even lengthening or changing the structure is we mixed one time we decided to make unusual percussion tracks. We went and bought lots of percussion instruments the stranger that better than Beck at the studio these were put in a room with other things such as boxes road signs trash cans. It's water bottles fades and badly tuned drums Trent would then hit whatever took his fancy and we would make a drummer with amount of prisoner brought in many guest musicians to cleaned right segments on songs including Adrian Blue Mentor keyboardist and future composer for the saw franchise Charlie Closer David Bowie Collaborator Mike Garson Awesome and Dr Dre assisted mixing the track even deeper prisoner said there's a general theme to the album of systems failing and things sort of falling apart in keeping with the idea and making everything sound a little broken. I chose stringed instruments because they're imperfect by nature although it may not sound like it most of the the album is actually guitar. The fragile lyrics covered a range of topics from the familiar themes of self reflection to the effects of fame to the lost. His grandmother prisoner said I wanted this album to sound like there's something inherently flawed in the situation like someone struggling to put the pieces together downward spiral was about peeling off layers and arriving at a naked ugly end this album starts at the end and then attempts to create order from chaos <music> but never reaches the goal. It's probably a blaker album because it arrives back at where it starts. Resona has always been a private person and keeps the song meanings thinks to himself but the song I'm looking forward to joining you. Finally is credited in the album's booklet as for Clara suggesting that the song is about Resonance Grandmother Clara Clark He also revealed that at some point before the fragile was completed res- ner rented a house by an ocean with an outward intention of writing music for the fragile but in reality he contemplated suicide instead he ended up writing the Song Amir while the fragile sold two hundred twenty thousand copies its first week and generally receiving positive reviews its length and arguably lack of promotion by interscope cope records probably caused the fragile to slip out of the billboard top ten only a week after its release resulting in the band setting the record for the biggest drop from number. One One interscope refused to fund a tour due the lack of sales and Reisner was forced to pay for the North American fragility tour himself as an attempt to recoup prophets while the tour sold out and Rolling Stone magazine named fragility the best tour two thousand residents said he would still end up losing money reasoner also ought himself to relapse into drugs and six months into touring Resona overdosed on heroin in his hotel room in London you up the hospital acclaiming no memory of what had happened next time things falling apart and all that could have been you after the fragile tours were unable to turn a profit and combined with his overdose motivating his rehab. We have a cold Turkey facility. Prisoner focused on completing the Knin related projects that he began the year before he interviewed and hired nineteen-year-old Rob Sheridan as the Band's Art Director based primarily on Sheridan's Knin Fan website Resona released a remix album called things falling apart in two thousand and a fragility tour documentary slash live album called and all that could have been in two thousand one some versions of and all that could have been had a second disc ask that featured four stripped down versions of contracts as well as five new solves once residence felt like each project was complete. He decided to take a break from nationals and try awesome new projects you founded the supergroup tapeworm with tool and a perfect circle frontman maynard James Keenan other members included Josh freese from a perfect circle the vandals and guns and roses page Hamilton from helmet nineish nails producers Danny Launer and Alan Moulder and Atticus Ross of the band twelve over rounds two years of work tapering never produced results due to conflicts between redner and Keenan's record labels and reisner slowly lost interest in the project attract Rosner was also asked to produce the soul album for rage against the machine's Frontman Zach de la Rocha but after completing twenty tracks delaroche cancelled the project kicked because he was unhappy with the results in the summer of two thousand and two prisoner received a call from Rick Rubin who is producing what would become johnny cash's final record during his lifetime cash wanted to cover the national song hurt honored by the request but doubtful the outcome prisoner approved caches use of the song wasn't until redner. We saw the music video that he understood cash and rubens vision for the solid video mixed residents remorseful lyrics and footage of the elderly cash reflecting on his long and storied career prisoners said his reaction upon seeing the video was I popped in the video and wow tears welling silence goosebumps wow I felt like I just lost my girlfriend because that song isn't mine anymore. It really made me think about how powerful music is a medium and an art form route words and music in my bedroom as a way of staying sane about Oblique and desperate place I was in totally isolated and alone somehow that winds up reinterpreted by Music Correggio for radically different era and genre and still retains its sincerity in meeting different but every bit as Pew Overall the fragile era ends with mixed results wrestlers now clean but no the projects he worked on have come to fruition make things worse John Mount whose rose nurse manager and nothing records partner revealed that prisoner almost out of money with four hundred thousand dollars in the bank think mom also presented prisoner with the bill asking for three million dollars in payment this 'cause Rosner to check the contracts himself health and discovered inconsistencies with MOMS reporting Mama's suing to collect the money that he claimed he was owed prisoner countered claiming that mom had been holding back earnings prisoner won the suit and was awarded two point nine five million mom was fired and nothing records folded in two thousand four being absorbed into nothing's things parent company interscope records some point after getting clean prisoner reached out to David Bowie and thanked him for pointing him in the right direction direction. I reluctantly went backstage feeling weird and ashamed like hey. I'm that guy that puked on the road and again I was met with warmth and grace and love. I started to say hey listen. I've been clean for and I don't even think I finished that sentence. I got a big hug and he said I knew you do that. I I knew you'd come out of that. It was another very important point in my life. Next time national's will return with a new album but can the now sober res- listener reclaim everything he had lost along the way five years after the release of the fragile Trenton Rosner was ready to begin work on the next nine inch nails record prisoner was unsure if he was capable of writing music without drugs or alcohol all so he committed himself to writing two songs and demoing them every ten days keeping the demo strip down to just a drum machine piano microphone and computer prisoners original plan for the record was another concept called bleed through prisoner described it as loss and possible discovery of self along with alternate layers. There's of reality and perception set inside a nightmare that you can't seem to wake up from however during the writing process the idea was dropped and bleed through became with teeth it was supposed to be about different layers of reality seeping into the next but I think some people were thinking about blood or Tampon commercial as the songs and concepts matured the focus and theme of the album shifted somewhat leaving me feeling that the title was inappropriate or you could just say I changed my mind. It's much more lean. It's going to be twelve good punches to the face. No fillers no instrumentals just straight to the point. It's a complicated concept record but reduced to simple songs. It's not epic in scope. It's minimal and a bit brutal. The album's content was not as unified as previous nationals albums as tackled addictions. The current state of American American politics of the time and the business of the music industry prisoner also said a lot of this is about my relationship with myself the World Arch and where I might outfitted that it's also about my relationship to a disease. That's going to kill me if I don't deal with it and I came very close to that hopefully disguised enough that is not a terribly boring record record about recovery and addiction and that nonsense during the recording sessions prisoners sought out former Nirvana Drummer and foo fighters frontman Dave Grohl delay the the drum tracks for seven of the album's songs Rosner and now moulder served as producers of the album with English Musician Atticus Ross providing engineering assistance for the album's packaging prisoner broke from the convention and released the album with no physical insert where x or album notes instead large p._d._f.. Poster was released East with Lyrics Dresner said what do you do when you buy a record. Now I either download it or more. Likely I'll immediately put the CDs I buy into my IPOD and then I lose this. Them are orchestra disposable. Now I liked albums. It was exploratory process. I don't see that with C._D.'s their junk. It feels like we should just bypass. I pass packaging altogether if you want to. You'll be able to buy a real deluxe book that the record fits into it's a super nice thing of a big essay for me and lots of pictures. It's more of a presentation and the artwork that you have now that maybe you didn't quite understand. You'll see how this all fits. You'll get it. The expanded artwork both never materialized but the mindset set behind this move falls in line with later nine inch nails releases prisoner released the multi track files for the singles the hand that feeds and only to encourage fans to remix the songs songs after warmth stint of Small Club shows mentions began to tour and full force prisoner again expanded the visual elements of the show with L._E._D.. Do you set pieces transparent curtains and annoyed wall that reacts to people moving around it. The Live Band Lineup included Jordi White Aka twiggy Ramirez from Marilyn Manson on bass air north of the acres line on Guitar then unknown Italian Tour Guitarist Alejandro Teeny on keyboards awards previous drummer drone Dylan began the tour but was forced to stop playing due to a medical condition and he was replaced with Josh freese freezes a permanent member of the vandals in Devaud has also played for guns and Roses Perfect Circle Weezer Goo Goo dolls Dr Dre jewel when he Kravitz and many others the album was released in May two two thousand five Was No longer a chore to Play Live or be on the road reinvigorated. He no longer spent the time in the back of tour buses and hotel room strung out but he began work on the next nine inch knows album next time the beginning of the end for nine inch nails and interscope records now with the skills warmed up from with teeth Trenton Rosner was ready for nineish nails next project however this wouldn't just be a concept album the music from the album would be part of a much bigger picture res- Nur an Art Director Rob Sheridan crafted their vision of what the United States of the a year two thousand twenty two would become they used elements such as music videos they album packaging websites thumb drives distributed at live performances and real world meetings to hide clues to find the next bit of the story and board the line between the real world and the world of years zero the album's content it was a direct response to what resonated was seeing in the world two thousand six corrupt religious groups greedy politicians and a pacified population he said what's it about well. It takes place fifteen years in the future. Things are not good if you imagine a world where greed and power continued to run their likely course you'll have an idea of the backdrop drop the world has reached the breaking point politically spiritually and ecologically written from various perspectives of the people in the World Years Zero examines various viewpoints set against instant pending moment of truth. This record is more of a sound collage than recent efforts from me. A lot of it was improvised. It's not just music probably probably too long but it felt like the right thing to do was to paint the complete picture it will sound different after a few listens you can think about it and it will reveal more to you than you. Were expecting expecting you can dance to a lot of it. You can fuck to a lot of it. Maybe all of it depending on what you're into the writing process began while on tour promoting with tea and Rittner wanting to try something he had not done before for the first time in my life I wanted to break away from the idea of opening up my journal and transferring that into song lyrics and I really thought about what was at the forefront of my concern and the state that I'm at right now at the age that I'm at just the state of being an American citizen a lot of concern. I have about the direction the country's headed in and kind of the erosion of freedoms that seems like we're experiencing and the way we treat the world and our own citizens felt like something I needed to comment comment on music was written and recorded in hotel rooms and the back of tour buses. These locations restricted the tools that dresner could draw from prisoner said that I didn't have guitars around because it was too much of a hassle. It was another creative limitation. If I was in my studio I would have done things away. I normally do them but not having the ability to do that. That forced me into trying some things that were fun to afford to release prisoner called year zero shift in direction in that it doesn't sound like with teeth. He also said that when he finishes a new album he has to go to battle with the people whose job it is to figure out how to sell the record. The only time that didn't happen was for with teeth this time however I'm expecting an epic struggle. Your zero is not a particularly friendly record and it certainly doesn't sound like anything else out there right now. You're zero zero was released in April two thousand seven and it reached number two on the billboard two hundred in its first week by this time the risk between resonant interscope were growing more visible people aside from the marketing battle resident was growing frustrated with their interference prisoner was leaking songs as part of the alternate reality game resisting the label's insistence on releasing singles without his permission and publicly criticising interscope pricing of his albums prisoner recounted a conversation between someone from interscope sales team guarding the album's packaging for clarity. I've asked Brian to play the part of the interscope representative in this conversation. Why is this the case because you're packaging aging is a lot more expensive? I know how much the packaging costs. It costs me not. Them cost me eighty three cents more to have a C._d.. With the color changing ink on it. I'm taking the hit on that not them so I said well. It doesn't cost ten dollars more <hes> well. You're right. It doesn't basically it's because we know you've got a core audience. That's GONNA buy whatever we've put out so we can charge more for that. It's the BOP stuff we have to discount to get people to buy it. True fans will pay whatever and I just said that's the most insulting thing I've heard heard. I've garnered a core audience that you feel like it's okay to rip off fuck you. That's also I don't see any label people here. As I said Fuck you. People stay out of my fucking fucking show you WANNA come pay ticket like everyone else. Fuck you guys. They're thieves. I don't blame people for stealing music. If this is the kind of shit that they pull off that the money's not going into my pocket I can promise you that it just these guys who fucked themselves out of a job essentially now they take it out on ripping off the public. I've got a battle where I'm trying to put out quality material that matters I and I've got fans who feel it's their right to steal it and I've got a company that's so barbaric and clumsy and ignorant and behind the Times that they don't know what to do so they ripped people off. You're zero completed trip prisoners contract with interscope and unsurprisingly the two parted ways for the first time in twenty years residence is no longer tied due to record label get complete creative freedom but he would now be fronting all the costs themselves next time an album without lyrics and an album without a price tag in two thousand Trent Reisner was no longer under contract with any record label and he began work on a five track EP to be the next nine inch nails release that EP turned into a four volume two CD release consisting of thirty six instrumental tracks cope ghosts one through four a post astanin dot com described the album as this music arrived unexpectedly as the result of an experiment. The rules were as follows ten weeks no clear agenda no overthinking everything driven by impulse whatever happens during that time gets released as something we began improvising and let the Music Isaac decide the direction eyes were closed hands played instruments and it began within a matter of days it became clear that we were onto something and a lot of material began appearing what we thought would be a five song ep became much more invited some friends over to join in and we all enjoyed the process of collaborating on this the end result is a wildly sadly varied body of music that were able to present to the world and ways to confines of a major record level would have never allowed from a one hundred percent D._r._A._M.. Free a high quality download to the most luxurious physical package we've ever created. Ghosts was residents. Most collaborative project to date with previous obvious guests atticus Ross Alan moulder Alejandro Kartini Adrian Blue as well as Brian Vig Leone of the Dresden dolls all contributing songwriting and instrumentation instrumentation resnick offered six pricing options for fans including unique for the time pricing levels at no cost fans received D._r._A._M.. Free M._P._3. Three download consisting of ghosts one only five dollars for a D._r._A._M.. Free Download in the consumer's choice of format and a forty page P._D._F.. Booklet ten dollars for two U._C._D.. Set with sixteen page booklet seventy five dollars for the deluxe edition including the CDs D._V._D.. Rom multi-track files and a hardcover forty forty eight page booklet and finally the Ultra Deluxe Limited edition which included everything in the deluxe edition as well as the album on a four part vinyl edition this version was limited to two thousand five hundred copies each of which is numbered and signed by wrestler himself prisoner was finally able to realize the vision he hoped would happen in the with teeth album art cheat music for those who only wanted to music and high quality are and physical copies for the fans who enjoy the music on a visual and tactile level finally Resona released all the ghost tracks license for noncommercial use under a creative Commons Attribution Ryan noncommercial share alike license in effect allowing anyone to use or rework the material for any non-profit purpose. The song playing now is called thirty four for ghosts four it was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Rock instrumental performance in two thousand nine ghost was also nominated for best box set or limited edition package for the ultra deluxe edition of the album. Although neither won in their categories these nominations nominations represented the first time music licensed under creative Commons had been nominated for Grammy Award. I would play you a sample of that. Year's winner peaches in Regalia by Frank zappa tribute band zappa plays Zappa but the song isn't licensed under creative Commons prisoner wasn't unfinished two months after releasing ghost went through four nine inch nails released the slip via their website without any advertisement or promotion. The album was made available for download free of charge with a message from reservoir this one's on me and it was protected under the same creative Commons licenses ghosts usually rittner took his time methodically methodically writing and recording his albums usually resident took his time methodically writing and recording his albums but the slip was intentionally the antithesis of this process. The slip was recorded and released in a three week timeframe resnick released the album single discipline to radio stations himself less than twenty four hours after it was mastered by Alan Moulder John Paralysis of the New York Times wrote the music revives nine inch nails passed from stomping hard rock to Dance Club beats to piano ballad to inexorably building instrumentals to promote ghosts in the slip nine inch nails launched the lights in the Sky Tour Josh freese and Alejandro Cortina returned turned on drums and keyboards respectively the downward spiral and the fragile era guitarist Robin Finck rejoined the band and finally Justin Mental Johnson of Beck picked picked up bass duties for the lights in the Sky Shows Redner Art Director Rob Sheridan and lighting designer Roy Bennett worked with the company called moment factory to create unique unique and ground-breaking visuals that were at times interactive with Radnor and other members of the band among these effects were the static like visuals used for only during which residents movements admits could break the effect as if the lights were physical barrier a feed from a camera trained on Rosner during the greater good and closer created a surreal almost three D. image of his face across across the stage as he say large-scale recreation of a drum machine touched grade for Josh freese to use during echo plex January seventh two thousand nine congressional uploaded unedited H._D.. Quality footage from three shows as a download of over four hundred gigabytes to the Pirate Bay Dot Org fans immediately came together and formed needed this one is on us an organization with the goal of editing the footage into live performance videos for each show this spurred resident push for an unrestricted camera and recording according policy for the rest of the tour shows this meant that fans would be allowed and even encouraged to bootleg nineish nail shows fans coordinated with each other positioning being themselves around the audience areas to best document each show that allowed them to record they also distributed among themselves the tasks of editing and combining the video and audio captured captured and created a one hundred percent fan made concert video called another version of the truth and released it for Free Rob Sheridan noted on the band's official website this this is a yet another example of a devoted fan base and a policy of openness combining to fill in blanks left by old media barriers. The entire Knin camp is absolutely thrilled that treating in our fans with respect and nurturing their creativity has led to such an overwhelming outpour of incredible content and that we now have such a high quality souvenir of her most ambitious tour forever in February of two thousand nine resident announced that while nineish nails would continue as a creative of project it would not be Gli fucking great. This is the real impetus and motivation behind the discussion to assemble a new band and tour again why forays into film had destroyed angels and other projects works really stimulated me creatively and I decided to focus that energy on taking nineish nails to a new place here we go when writing hesitation marks residents mind was reflecting on his past specifically how far he's grown since nineteen ninety four's downward spiral saying I felt fully aware it's twenty years later and I'm still that guy. I know that guy I feel for him. I don't resent him. I don't miss him but how would things feel on the other side of that now in a much much more stable life place mentally physically and with a new family. The incentive has changed it's not about I'm GONNA kill myself. I don't get this out of my head but the excavation and architecture texture behind it the motivation behind it a similar for some reason why started working more and hesitation marks. I started thinking back romantically about who I was when I was writing downward spiral as looking back on who I was then and who I am now and how things have turned out for better or worse that was the air that the new record was born in as looking at the other side of how I was not always as honest about who I was in the nineties and I knew I wasn't being honest and you sprinkle those negative feelings with some drugs and alcohol. It's usually not a recipe for success to further the connection to the downward spiral resonator asked Russell Mills to create the art for hesitation marks mills provided the art for the downward spiral. It's singles and the remix album further down the spiral for hesitation marks mills mixed various mediums including plaster dirt Oils acrylics Etching Varnish burning rusted linen spent matches catches copper wire microscope slides fishing lines threads and blood result is a series of images that has textures death in the layers and an almost puzzle like complexity laxity mills stated this renewed collaboration very quickly suggested massive potential for the strange and the familiar to collide and collude in works that that I had hoped would encapsulated by illusion suggestion Metaphor in association the conceptual ideas imbued in the album as well as the undertow of its sonic trek world. I've tried to make works at obliquely alluded to the essence of the subject matter to its emotional core. I hope they will invite multiple readings prisoner invited several guests musicians additions to contribute to hesitation marks including live member Alexandra Courtney who has a rare co writing credit for the track the eater of dreams the WHO bassist Pino Palladino Frequent Naan guests Adrian blue and fleetwood MAC member Lindsey Buckingham surprisingly prisoner also announced that hesitation marks would be released by the Label Columbia N._B._A.. Records famously prisoner criticized his previous labels and praised the freedoms that independence gave him so we have to assume that rose nurse deal with Columbia was a one time arrangement with conditions that are found to be fair trade hesitation marks debuted at number three in the billboard two hundred it debuted atop the Canadian album charts within the first week of of sales becoming the band's first number one album on the chart. It entered the U._K.. albums chart at number two earning the bandits highest charting album yet in the United Kingdom Hesitation tation marks was also nominated for Grammy Award for best alternative music album at the fifty sixth annual Grammy Awards Former Knin Our director Rob Sheridan has a pair of in-depth posts post on his patron about the tour visuals and use the song disappointed as an example of prisoners mindset for tour visuals rob said Trenton reproached arena shows more or like plays than rock concerts although still a rock band playing songs everything from the set list to the visuals to the scale of the stage itself was carefully designed around a narrative progression with distinct acts dramatic ups and downs and surprise reveals a great deal thinking went into making those shows engaging and surprising for production standpoint point and a key part of it was always approaching it as a narrative Trent wide disappointed to have a strong visual pairing as often was the approach with new songs slick visuals engaging gauging way to introduce new material to arena audience who mostly hadn't digested the brand new album the narrative that began to form was about machine dreaming of becoming something more the digital lines break out of the rigid structure to move in search of finding new form but they struggled to find it and who's control having to reset to try again finally away gradually they all begin to work together converging into patterns and movement like a flock of birds until they become something transcendent something New Vision of crossing briefly into another dimension leading dream that eventually falls apart crumbling under the weight of its ambitions never meant to last and in the end the lines returned to the roles in the rigid mechanical <unk> structure performing their clockwork duties to the syncopated rhythm but newly aware of what lies beyond although no one watching likely ever understood the story those finds her telling the fact that they moved with purpose and had a beginning middle climax and end made all the difference even subconsciously in the songs visual impact next time our final chapter nineish nails and their trilogy V._p.'s or visit to e._p._a.'s in an album. It's complicated uh since the release of hesitation marks Trenton Reisner natick has Ross state busy working on scoring several projects including their third collaboration with director David fincher on the film gone girl a Climate Change Documentary starring Leonardo Dicaprio called before the flood the Mark Wahlberg movie about the Boston Marathon bombing called Patriots Day and the Ken Burns P._B._S.. Documentary the Vietnam War on January tenth two thousand sixteen gene. David Bowie passed away from liver cancer in his New York apartment. When asked about boy's death redner said I felt like man we weren't done? There's more to go oh. I needed you in the world. It was like a family member almost there are these people that you feel like you can rely on out there. Not I support necessarily but it's good to know they're experiencing life if as wherein semi uncertain times and even when we art I think about that a lot also in two thousand six prisoner began re-releasing past nineish nails albums comes on vinyl calling them the definitive editions they had digital download codes behind the scenes pictures and an essay about the creation of each release a vinyl mission a statement was also posted on the in store written by redner regarding the band's focus on the format in these times of nearly unlimited access to all the music in the world. We've become to appreciate the value value and beauty of the physical object our stores focus is on presenting these items to you vinyl has returned to being a priority for us not just for the warmth of the sound but the interaction direction it demands of the listener the canvas of artwork the weight of the record the smell of the vinyl the dropping of the needle the difficulty of skipping tracks the changing changing of sides the secrets hidden within and having a physical object that exists in the real world with you all part of the experience and magic digital formats. It's in streaming or great and certainly convenient but the ideal way I'd hope it was sner experienced by music is to grab a great set of headphones. Sit with the vinyl drop the needle hold the jacket getting your hands looking at the art work with your fucking phone turned off and go on a journey with me also in two thousand sixteen prisoner formalized the addition of atticus this Ross to make him the only other official member of nine inch nails together. They shifted their focus back to recording new nationals music. They decided against the idea of an album instead they opted to create a trilogy of E._p._A.'s. The first titled not the actual events was described on the nationals website as part one of three EP trilogy of Records Unapologetic Unfriendly Dense lyrically complex so far behind the Times. It's ahead of its time hipster repelling uncompromising music smart people can fuck do it may not be for you. preorder page listed options for a one sided vinyl of the mysterious physical component that came with the digital copy. The image for the physical component only showed a black rectangle as description read. The intention of this record is for it to exist in the physical world. Just like you choosing this baggage gets you the digital files and we will ship the proper physical component to your house for you to deal with when the component arrived it was a small black envelope thick paper precaut- stock lyrics with various images and sued the covered the understands upon opening with several variants being reported six months later the second EP titled Add Violence Silence was announced with the cryptic statement part to the view widens and everything is in question at violence seemed to expand into a dark alternate reality like he did did with your zero Rosner said with the second one the idea was loosely to zoom out to be more global and to imply that maybe we're all in a simulated reality and that might introduce the concept of meaninglessness but also provide a safe container to explain why everything feels off. I like world building and writing music that can sit in that world. I was always the guy who desperately wanted the dark side of the moon to line up with the wizard of Oz. I wanted to believe somebody was so far out of their mind that they figured that out fuck I got goosebumps just thinking thinking about that possibility right now the idea that someone could be thinking so hard about an album with the obsessive. Maybe don't know is that if I were to explain everything to you or just explicitly explicitly layout with the new e._p._A.. About you'd only be disappointed. You don't really want to know the experience of grappling with the thing is what makes it interesting not the immediate gratification edification of going. Oh that's what it means at violences art work appears to be the controls for some kind of machine possibly controlling a simulated world. The physical physical component for ad violence was revealed to be the operation manual for the machine with more clues about how the machine can function almost a year after ad violence the third part of the trilogy was released titled Bad Witch then in Dot com statement being conclusion shadows on the cable while they were vinyl and digital versions. There is no physical component like the previous A._p.'s another anomaly regarding bad witch is that it is marketed as an album not an EP prisoners did the reason behind this was because streaming sites like spotify list A._p.'s as singles not with the albums and can get lost easier prisoner are described the pot of bad witch as being a bit of departure from the previous A._p.'s the entire system has a much more bleak and pessimistic outlook. I won't say too much because it kind of gives away with the whole the thing is but it wasn't necessarily what we thought was going to be when we started. I thought it was going to be more science fiction. I don't want to overwhelm you with the cleverness and deep diving and part of that felt like an arms race and it also felt like a cop out we aren't these enlightened beings here to take care of each other and think about our benevolent role in the universe as protectors in creators were just a fucking mutation and an accident. We've gotten dumber more tranquilized found niches of other people that focus on extremity for the miracle everyone sharing sharing ideas. I see a hell of a lot more racism. It doesn't feel like we're advanced. I feel like you're seeing the fall of the empire of America in real time before your eyes. The Internet has eroded the fabric of decency in our civilization. The band also embarked on the cold black infinite world tour in attempts to restrict scalpers and provide a unique nick live experience tickets sold for each show would not be available online on the first day of sales fans would have to wait in line at each venue and purchase a ticket and person and any remaining winning tickets will be listed online the day after the physical world sale attempt to make each experience unique each venue small Knin Merchandise tent and listening stations where fans could listen to some of the to be released bad which tracks the Knin Dot com statement on the sale read the promise of a world may better

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Sheriff Napoleon Dies Of COVID-19; Charities Facing Pandemic Problems; Decked Out Detroit Brings Some Cheer To Downtown

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Sheriff Napoleon Dies Of COVID-19; Charities Facing Pandemic Problems; Decked Out Detroit Brings Some Cheer To Downtown

"Well i've been a lifelong detroiter. I have seen The city of detroit In its best days. And i've seen it in some of its worst days. That's the voice of wayne county. Sheriff benny napoleon who died after a month-long fight with covid nineteen on thursday. Today's daily detroit covers that sad news. Plus steve freeze joins us to talk about how charities are trying to manage through the pandemic and to send you out the door on a more positive note. We talk with bedrocks. Coo ivy griner about decked out detroit away to socially distance but still support some local businesses and restaurants armchair stays. And i'm cheyenne no sereni. It's friday december. Eighteenth twenty twenty. Let's just get started with our top story. The community is in mourning because of the loss of sheriff napoleon born in detroit in nineteen fifty five. He spent most of his life in public service. Starting in nineteen seventy five whether it was as a cop police chief sheriff and even ran albeit unsuccessfully for detroit mayor benny. Napoleon left a mark on so much in this county. One thing i'll say. Jr is that the tributes have been numerous and so generous. He's a kind of guy who a lot of people were just really drawn to. You know. I didn't know him as a friend. But many people i know did and their stories are so touching and they're so personal and they're so very real this is a guy who really just connected with folks you know but talking to him for work i get it right like. He had an energy about him. That just pulled people in any time you talk to him. I know people who are just completely beside themselves right now and understandably so one of my friends said that you would know that he was sheriff by interacting with them and i think that feels kinda right. He somebody who you know detroiters and people in lane county. We really appreciate relatable people personable people. It's when you take down that barrier of like i m the high and mighty that like really start to connect and react with you. He he felt like a real person even though he was you know the sheriff and had all of these high ranking positions he just was down to earth and he felt relatable and i think that's what really drew people to him and he was such a fixture in this town. I think because of that. I think because of that right like he's somebody who you can't imagine wayne county without benny napoleon at this point and i mean if there was a big thing he was part of it like so here. Here's something that some folks might not know. He was actually part of the nancy kerrigan investigation. Remember that that was badly nineteen ninety. Four we were in. We were in high school. But i remember that. I remember seeing his face. I was actually in middle school. Jair that shows you how long this guy's been around and you know he was popular and he didn't win that one mayoral race. But i mean when for wayne county residents despite any criticism in news media over the years. Just love this guy and they wanted to miss sheriff. He got seventy five percent. Eighty percent of the vote in primaries. Which are what really matter around here. Right shy i mean this is this is a democratic stronghold and the competitive races are the primaries but he had so much clout in the community that he ran unopposed. For sheriff in the general republicans wouldn't even bother to feel like don quixote candidate against him. They just wouldn't. They wouldn't even bother because he knew what was going to happen. Yeah i mean why. Why put the money towards it. They already know they're gonna lose and levi adly right. Yeah so bad. i'm also he was a detroit native and so we can't forget that no you know i think. Cheyenne that really matters in a city. Like this and anna county like this like we are a place that really honors our own and you know he was a grad of tech and he had a story that was interesting because you know he was a shoe salesman until he filled out application to become a cop like and that's the story. I think a lot of detroiters can relate to. I mean how many of us have had so many other jobs over. The years people can be can understand. Oh absolutely i mean. I know jerry. You and i had a whole lot of different kinds of jobs and so once again. This goes back to him being relatable and a real person. And so i just this one. This one's head in hard today tear. His family had deep roots. His dad was a influential pastor over on the east side. I think involved with the n. w. c. p. is brother. Hilton is a police chief in highland park. Just down the road from the studio here. And he battled corona virus for two and a half months himself with just crazy is family got really hit. Hit really hard by it. Yeah i know. I mean all i can say is kobe. Nineteen really sucks. It does you know listeners. I mean you've heard to say this time but Where's your mask. This stuff is super real I know cheyenne. It's hit both of us personally. Pretty hard friends neighbors family Our thoughts are with his family and wayne counties law. Somebody who was a jain in the community jammie virtually is friend of the podcast. Steve freese welcome back to daly. Detroit sir thanks for having me but by the i've immune to ask you. Is there anybody who's not joining you virtually these days. You know no these days. I think it's everybody who like i. Just talk into this magical stick and my dog stares at me crazily like why am i talking at the wall well Today's story that. I want to talk about is an hour. Detroit because sir. It seems like you wear many hats as you're a talented journalist and this piece in our Came out In the december issue specifically around how the pandemic is affecting metro-detroit charities. And i don't know if people realize this but metro detroit is an area that does a lot of giving but a lot of that. Giving is tied to fundraisers and in-person events and without that some of these places seem to be taking a pretty big hit and they're usually around this time of year there frequently. I mean they have different. Charity walks her during different parts of the year. But the sort of gay less season that The high society folks used to that all you generally happens around christmas and thanksgiving it at the end of the year and this year because there. Nobody's doing in person events like that it has really hamstrung. The the causes many many causes around the around the region. There are pretty much know charities that i spoke with who weren't a little bit panicked or or a lot. Panicked might yelm the loss of revenue. Because this is the money that they generally bank for all the things are going to do in the next year. What kind of gap are we talking about. Well in some cases are talking about revenue losses of about half. And we're talking about a big organization talking about things like raw. Mcdonald's house and the judson center in the frank settlements which which provides all kinds of assistance to families in i think southwest detroit certainly in detroit in a way. It was sadly very easy story to work on. Because i just called up ago. List of all of the charities generally have big events sir or was at the time of year and ask them how they were affected. Everyone wanted to tell me how hard it is right now. Interesting because the folks from the community foundation which is a big nonprofit that essentially manage. Is i think. Billions of dollars of assets of wealthy people in our region who have created funds and charitable giving organizations and. They also raise money as well and they were they. Were telling me that. When covid hit they ashley had a pretty impressive influx of of donations. There were millions of dollars were pouring in from people who were obviously concerned in the moment as everything was shutting down and as co it was sort of gripping us but part of the problem with a long hand damage that you start to get used to it not just that you get near to the devastation. I mean okay. Three hundred thousand are dead now. In and i don't know i i don't feel any differently than i did. When it was two hundred fifty thousand because is these numbers are just hard to get head around but also you start to forget how much need there is. And because of the impact on the economy. A lot of people are holding their extra money. A little closer. Just don't know what their own employment in financial situations are going to be. So it's a lot of different things that are happening and the year with a pretty rough moment for a lot of the most prominent charities in our region and in the country steve i to compounding effects here number one these nonprofits provided a lot of valuable services that frankly our government just doesn't do they they fill in a ton of gaps in this region and without that money. That's not going to be there. And then secondarily. Those folks employ a good number of people with specialized skills to do this work that i mean it seems like at least for me hearing about it. Is that these layoffs and cuts. They're coming if not already here for a lot of these places. Sure but you know anything. That's interesting says charities have been able to provide this year out of a lot of cases partly because of that russia money that started the in the beginning of the pandemic partly because they are running on the money that they raised the year before and also some of the stimulus money did go to non profits so some that paycheck protection money did help to keep keep some of these things. These folks afloat. It's pretty likely that in the next year to a number of these nonprofits will probably shut down because they will just run out of money because the rent is so do and the revenue of the This season is not going to be what is supposed to be what it normally is end. They may get some more federal assistance. If congress actually conduct with bass could compromise bill which looks like a might this week. But you know i. I was interested in this idea. Because you don't really think of charities as being businesses but you have to operate that way. After raise money they have to pay all the same expenses that small businesses do and so if they can't they close and the last time there was a major economic panic in our region. It was the great recession and it was that the great recession the height of the teeth of it was what two thousand eight two thousand nine hundred ten but we saw in the data is that it was two thousand eleven and twelve where dozens or hundreds of nonprofits in our state comes down. Because it's sort of an echo effect. Do you think that there's anything that can be done to blunt this blow or is it really something where we need to just kind of brace for impact brace for impact but i think that people who feel strongly about according certain causes should use route and should try to see if they have a little extra this time the salvation army is an interesting example. There is a lot of money. Something like eight million dollars from you know region from the kettles that are outside of stores on but they that they do that. Because there's a lot of foot traffic and because people tend to have some loose change or if you see dollar bills on them and in this cove arab people aren't using as much so and they're certainly not spending any more time than they have to in source you know. They turned through online campaigns. They've turned to dash with tv on national tv campaign. Reminding people that they need to remember the salvation army year so you i think jeff if there's if there's extra money or there's even extra prying people have to give this is this is it's season to to give in the first place at but it's also this particular year of particular significance. You know lot of times you hear about these galas hereabouts of assets the judson it raises x. Millions of dollars at auction in their their fancy Affair and you wonder to yourself while to do. I need my forty bucks If they're doing that will this year. They weren't able to do any of that and they still have the all of the things that they want to accomplish or their clients Desert center in particular happen work with children and families with the the various special needs. I just took that out Adam ahead because it happened to be part of the story some of these organizations. I was not familiar with before and now i am of interesting things You know the kidney foundation needs Running the alzheimer's foundation is is struggling. The ronald mcdonald house in detroit actually has Because of covid I believe they're not. They're they're allowing people to stay the fewer of them And so because are trying to help make sure that people can social popularly as their you know their apartments that they have that are Downs house the idea. There is to provide housing for families of Of kids who are being hospitalized or are in some sort of need of being very near to hospitals force. Whatever kind of disease. they're contending with for. Yeah you know. There's been a lot of away offs and it's it's wrath. it's out there. Some of these organizations like the nonprofits. You don't necessarily think of like museums will they. They had to shut down for for months this year because they couldn't have guests there so lost all the ticket revenue than you know. There are any schools going on foot field trips in off in a big a big way. That museums support their operations. It just sorta you. Don't really think about it when your sword about your own financial problems which are not insignificant. I not suggesting that. But it's you gotta see extra shackles and there's a cause that's important to. You may need it. They need it more than needed it in past years. Well i will say this. If there's anything that our audiences it is generous. So i really encourage people to check out this Piece on our will link to it in the show notes It's called how the pandemic is affecting metro-detroit charities written by the incomparable steve freeze and Thank you so much for your time until next time. Good sir it's always great to Decked-out detroit is a new thing to help support local restaurants and retail. Get through the pandemic as well as give you a little something to do that. Socially distanced but supports the community to talk about it ivy griner. She's the c. O of bedrock welcomed the daily detroit. Thank you so much. I appreciate it all right. Let's dive into exactly what this is. I've seen a lot of different. Go out and shop initiatives over the years but in the light of this pandemic. it's probably even more important so it is so what really struck us. The governor's brought back her mandate to close indoor dining. We realized that we had a lot of small businesses. Here in detroit organise suffer not just the restaurants who is closing for indoors but other tell them the small businesses around that rely on a holistic approach to coming to downtown so we wanted to do whatever we could help those indoor dining restaurants by helping them with providing pergola and heaters so that they could extend their businesses outdoor dining and as a result of that we've extended basically the holiday of men through the end of march. there'll be a series of activation. That happen downtown again. All with very much the mind of word hearing all of the cdc guidelines and the guidelines set forth by the city and the governor's to make sure that everybody can come down safely. The activities are all outside so that people can participate by using social distancing. But they're also able to get out and enjoy the holidays whether they're in their cars driving by all the pretty lights that are downtown and some of the activities or whether they're able to take a stroll and maybe get a bite to eat an outdoor dining event or visit. Some of our shops will every health expert. We've had on. The show is talks about how outdoor is better than indoor absolutely. I personally wear scarves all the time. The winter and the mask is a great substitute and so we are encouraging everybody to come but we are encouraging everybody to do it safely and adhering all guidelines so that everybody can feel one thing looking at the website. It's key to note that all these places are kind walkable that you can kind of park once and see a bunch of things in downtown right so yes and not only that but for anybody who comes downtown and get a validation in one of those participating stores or restaurants. They'll have free parking for. I think it takes you about eight hours through the day but yes everything is largely within a few blocks of each other and you know starting from campus martius and then it spreads out from there in all directions. Your group made a lot of news early on around though deals that you're working with your retail tenants to make sure that they kind of stay open through the pandemic. What have you experienced as kind of property managers and people are trying to you know. Add more to the retail experience. Right because bedrock anyone who's covered you guys for a while realizes that it's more than just landlords. There's so much more to kind of bedrock and the events you've done over the years. What have you been seeing. And what are you seeing going. Forward detroit is still fledgling. I mean it is really made in the last ten years. You know big strides. But it's still fledgling in light of how you think of other cities. Although many of those cities are struggling with their own pandemic situations but the last thing we wanted to do is go backwards and all the great romantic that has been created for the community and for the small businesses. And so bedrock has been very proactive about working with all the small retailers especially to make sure that we can keep the doors open not only for their own business sake but also for the community to have some place to go and to be able to be crowded where they live and chopped and eat etc well and speaking of eating i wanna make sure to highlight some of this outdoor winter dining stuff because the second that a couple of my team members saw the renderings of these things they were just like. Oh i'm in a hundred percent so can kind of talk about what that is and what the plan is by knapp charge so the plan is to make sure again that all the dining venues that have only indoor seating had an opportunity to at least bring it outdoors and so we're providing pergola purgas in a couple instances some igloos all again according to guidelines where the sides are all open buck from one although i think the governor actually just approved two sides but most of our privileges will be open on three sides along with heaters for the restaurants so that they can serve outside. We also have parkland. They've actually been around for a while. And we're adding heaters to some of those park lit so that even for those limited service food users if you want to grab something from there or those businesses that only have carry out you'll be able to go to a park would if you're wandering around town and set in a place that has some heaters. Has well another thing. You've got going on our experiences to because everybody's looking for something to do right now. They've been in their houses all that kind of stuff one of the things that i've experienced myself our lights at the esplanade but there's a lot more than that to write for rushed year. If anybody recollect we actually had like market Where there were a bunch of little vendors in there and of course. We're not doing that this year. Because of social distancing but we have a number of new pop-ups ups that we've actually put into storefronts additionally we're activating a bunch of our vacant storefronts with artwork. We have fantasies mailbox for children to come and put in their letters to santa in parker's alley and so there's a number of things that encourage people to come downtown without encouraging not to congregate. We do have a couple of exciting things which are not quite done yet. So i can announce but larger opportunities to come downtown again. None of it which is going to encourage any math social gathering. But we do have some things that we're hoping to announce sometime in the next week. That will also be an opportunity for people to you know. Get out of their houses. We know that people are just like you said what can for something to do looking for some activity and so we are trying to provide that as much as possible through march and there may be things beyond that but we're at least committing to the winter season through march well and that makes sense because we really don't know you know there's a light at the end of the tunnel but we don't know the exact timing with any of this stuff that's right real quick i want to talk about a couple of their neighborhoods within the downtown detroit neighborhood Specifically ones i want to highlight. Because i think everybody knows campus martius in the christmas tree. And that's a great place to start you know. There's the the ice rink that's there. There's all those things. But i want to encourage people to kind of spread out a little bit and a couple of my personal favorites. One has been a longtime favorite which is capital park. And that there's so many things going on there. And i'd also like you to talk about parker's alley because that's a newer edition. And what can people find in kind of both those spaces who capital park. You already set up for the holidays and what we're doing is we're expanding some of the seating and some of the heated areas because there is a very nice offering of restaurants and shops in that area. So that people can grab you know sued or a cup of coffee or if they just wanna relax and have a conversation that they can do it within some heated areas within capital park. And then pirker sally which is adjacent to this shino mattel. We have mailbox and are some little places within there as well. The belt to. I believe they have some things that are going to be open to. And so those are some of the little mentions that it's not just the main drag to your point. Yeah for sure. We talked to clement fame brown for a bit. And he's over at parker's alley with his boutique place to check out. So i think that's really cool. And if you go through the website decked out detroit dot com. Maybe you could even make yourself a little Focus list of like okay. These are the five or eight places. I wanted to check out and times a ticket around shopping to like. If you've got some last minute holiday shopping to do shipping is going to be kind of a questionable thing. Maybe a checking out some of these places to fill out a list is a good idea. That's right and we also have large toy cars that if people wanna use that if the gift card for people to come shop downtown detroit have that as well and then also remember that you're extending this even past the holidays and stay tuned for some big things on her website too for some activities. That'll be announced starting in january. When before i let you go. Then i i guess maybe i'll take a second to Ask about that. Specifically the detroit card and what all that entails that detroit hearted basically a card that's geared towards all of the small businesses especially downtown and so we encourage people to do that to help support our community right and it's not limited to one particular business. I think that's the key about that right. Correct it is. It's for multiple businesses downtown. Nick it can be used in any of the participating retailers businesses well ivy greener. I really appreciate your time. You know i. It's something where it's really great to see. These experiences happen and kind of throughout downtown. Thank you so much for your time today. Thank you so much and have a happy holiday and with that we are done for today. Thanks behind the scenes to randy walker fletcher sharp and our men about town debonair riley a reminder everybody that this show is powered by our members at patriotair dot com slash daily detroit. It is really the best way to push. Detroit's conversation forward i. I cannot stress enough. everybody. I know money's tight everywhere but if you could kick us a little bit of coin and become a member we would be so grateful and it makes a huge difference for us to get this show every day for sure is what has kept us through the going through the pandemic We've got stickers. We've got glasses. Even sa- magnets of things were throwing in there shan. I know this weekend. We have a bunch of stuff to send out the door. Which i'm really excited about. We sure do. I'm gonna be spending a lot of time going at the post office. Well i'm jerry stays an. I'm cheyenne no sereni. Thanks for listening to care of each other. And we'll see you around detroit talk monday.

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Ep 16: From Van Dyke's Perspective

16 Shots

10:49 min | 2 years ago

Ep 16: From Van Dyke's Perspective

"It's your computer drawing. Correct? It is. It's not real. I don't. I don't know what you mean by real well, this isn't an actual video where somebody's taking a camera of an actual area right. No, it's a three mile. It's been laser scanned and demonstrated using aerial photography. So it's just as real as a photograph. I guess, today attorneys for Chicago, police officer, Jason Van Dyke played an animated video for the jury. It was meant to recreate the shooting of Liqun McDonald from multiple angles, including from the perspective of Van Dyke Jason Van Dyke made the right decision. The defense did an excellent job today in proving that look. One McDonnell was not walking away from officer, Jason Van Dyke. And I think animation today went along ways to prove what I'm saying is forever. It was obviously biased and the animation was entirely entirely inaccurate. Reverend Marshall hatch was in the courtroom as was his spell west side pastor Iraq. Continues to present this case. They cannot change the fact that there were other offer snus all the scene tried to escalate with taste. I, he cared about this tasers state. This tastes are really folks. We don't even know that the tasers would have been affected the situation also in the courtroom, the president of the Illinois, fraternal order of police, Chris Southwood, but it doesn't make any difference at this case because there was no time from the moment. Jason Van Dyke stepped out of that squad car. He had what six seconds. From WBZ Chicago when the Chicago Tribune, this is sixteen shots. The police shooting of Liqun MacDonald I'm Jen wind that offense continued presenting its case today in most of the day was focused on the animated video. They made WBZ's chip Mitchell is at the courthouse, and he saw the video in court today. Chip describe what this video looks like. Jon, there are several really distinct parts of the video. A couple of them were like top down views. They actually look a little bit like Google maps of showing the beginning of the incident incident when Van Dyke and his partner here about a male allegedly trying to steal radios and a truck Yar. We actually hear the radio dispatches as part of the video. Eventually they hear about the knife, so eventually we reach it reaches a view like the police dash Cam video. Now really quick glance, you might think it was the dash Cam video. If you take a good look for a few minutes, you can see that it's not as detail. And so things like faces and and textures close and so on are not very clear. And then it basically comes to van dykes perspective. And at that point it's more obviously an animated work. This video it was made by a company called accompanied led by guy named David freese. He his businesses, three d. forensics based in San Francisco, and here's how he explained it. Basically, we need to recreate the world in our computer. So the next step is to make a three d. model from all the data catch it. And we to talk about the world, you're talking about the world being the crime scene. In this case, and from our now says, point the world's various small matter of fact, if anybody's ever seen Toy Story or monsters Inc or things the same, they do the same thing. They'll make a three d world and put their three two characters in it, and then they'll do their animation exactly. How was this video created will freeze gave a long PowerPoint present. Station about it. He talked about laser scanning, all sorts of things that are visible in the video, the location of stripes in the road light poles, police SUV's. Then they actually put drones up and took aerial photos of the whole incident scene. Why was this video created considering we have the dash Cam video of the shooting yet? That's a good question. Well, this expert said the reason he was hired by the defense, what he was told what was that? He was just to determine the timing around the incident, different points and the shots, and and the distance positions between Van Dyke and McDonald as the gunfire took place chip, we have the dash Cam video, and now we have this animated video. What are the movements made in the animated video based on the movement that Liquan McDonald makes why think based almost entirely on the police dash Cam video. In fact, at one point, you know, it looks at first like you are watching the police dash Cam video, and then. You know, eventually it moves to more or less van dykes perspectives and it. It still looks a lot like the movements of McDonald are very close, although from a different angle, very close to what we can see on the police dash Cam video. So what does it actually show what we're defense attorneys trying to do? Well, it was a very different view than what we've seen from the police dash Cam video, which is on that video. We see lukewarm McDonald's back moving away from us. Now we're seeing him from the front and the side, and it was really interesting to see from that view. MacDonald does look closer to Van Dyke from the officer's perspective. So did they accomplish what they were trying to do. Well, this witness and the whole point of this animated video it. It was at McDonald was closing in on Van Dyke and and that he reached a point that was sixteen feet away. And actually that number was right on the video sixteen feet away when the officer fired his first shot. Now, Jen, I did notice a couple of things in the animated video that would seem unfavorable. Van Dyke McDonald was almost passed the officer when he opened fire, and he was passed the officer after the first two or three shots as in vandyke kept firing, McDonald had spun to the ground. So a big part of this trial and the public outrage over the shooting is that it appears McDonald was moving away from Van Dyke. Even this defense video could lend support to that impression. How did the prosecution try to push back against this video? We'll mostly by bringing up a lot of details that the animated video left out stuff that's visible and the police. Cam video or in other evidence. So for example, some of the street lights and fence lights are missing from the animated video. Also all the bright lights on top of the police SUV's I'm missing. So the prosecutor seem to be implying that the video animation made the whole scene look darker and more ominous scene than what we can see on the dash Cam video. The animation depicts McDonald at one point wearing all black head to foot instead of the genes that he that he had on with light pockets. The real video footage of the shooting was the one. That's how we are awfully. I don't know. The actual video? Yes. Ride to be highly accurate when you are recreating documents for your points, right? Correct. So the clothing that you're hitting, Dow weary in your creation is not ever incorrect. At one point. They use red outlining around McDonald, and it made him seem bigger even than he shows up on on that animated video, the red outline and goes up higher on his shoulders. The prosecutors are pointing out that the video, the animated video is trying to make liquid McDonald look bigger and more menacing than he actually was. And then here's a really big thing. This animated video that the defense had made. It suddenly stops when Kwan McDonald hits the ground. Now, prosecutors, they've been saying that Van Dyke fired most of the sixteen shots after that point. But even this defense expert today, he. He testified that he could only pick out five shots fired before McDonald was on the pavement. So there's an implication that most of those shots were fired winning when he was on the ground. Now, one thing is that's different from the path. Allah gist the the defense just had on the witness stand. She said, Van Dyke hit McDonald only once or twice when he was on the ground and that all the other shots hit him when he was standing chip the defense suffered some setbacks this morning. They told jurors in opening statements that Liquan McDonald was on a wild rampage through the city in the twenty four hours before Van Dyke shot him. Part of their evidence to that effect was a CPA card that was not in lukewarm McDonald's name. Now the judge will this morning. That card could not be presented to the jury. What's the story there. Yeah, the the part about the wild rampage is in opening statements. The first day of the trial is actually a big defense point. I'm going all over the city. He's all of the south and west sides. The judge ruled today that there was no evidence that the Quan McDonald had actually been using that card. The judge pointed out that ta buses are equipped with video cameras, and there's no video evidence showing McDonald on the buses and ultimately the judge said that it doesn't matter that he was moving around on buses that day, and he ruled that that see ta card that hope it is inadmissible. It's evidence that he's not going to allow the trial. Okay. Chip, thanks for the update. My pleasure, Jen. Sixteen shots is a production of WBZ, Chicago and the Chicago Tribune. You can find out more about the case at WBZ dot org slash sixteen shots. Check this podcast feed regularly for updates from the trial of officer, Jason Van Dyke, and listen wherever you get your podcasts. Let's be honest. There's too much news to catch up on, especially after a long day at work, but WBZ Chicago has your back. Our new daily newsletter. 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11 Trivia Questions on Traveling Grandma

Trivia With Budds

09:45 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Traveling Grandma

"It's eleven trivia questions unawares grandma. You're gonna listen to this passage that i read. You see if you can tell what state this traveling. Grandma is visiting. This is trivia with buds <music> <music> and welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast and thanks for checking out the show comes. Was that every day so hit. Subscribe on your device to never miss an episode. There's over five hundred to go back and check out. If you want to binge listen on your next road trip or airplane flight or or however you listen to the show <hes> thank you for giving listen and a review on itunes if you have not done that yet and you've listened to the show for a while that is one of the easiest freese ways you can support the shell hanover itunes. Leave us a nice five star review. Tell people what you like about the show so more people can find it with their eyes and ears ears. Today's episode is called wears grandma and i took this from a book called three hundred ninety nine games to keep your brain young and you can dan find that book at any barnes and noble or amazon or what have you. I bought a used copy and <hes> there's a third one. I have two of them. There's like two volumes and then there's a third one coming out this this fall so <hes> very cool stuff and i always kind of alter some of the questions to fit the senior communities that i do here in southern california on a weekly and monthly basis <hes> so we're gonna have fun. I'm gonna read you these little passages with some bullet points in them and then you will <hes> right down or yell out loud if you're playing by yourself or with somebody buddy what state you think this grandma is visiting so that'll be a ton of fun. If there's a certain topic you'd like to do on the show if you're like. Hey how come you never do due trivia on babylon five. I just have never done it but if you want me to. You can donate five dollars or more over on patriot dot com. I'm slash trivia buds and i will get to it eventually. Hopefully sooner rather than later and if you ever want to write questions maybe you're like what i'll do you one better. I'll write you ten babylon blonde five questions and send them to you and you can record them and i could do that to always looking for content for the show so if you have ideas or you want to write questions. Some people get a kick out of doing that. I would love to entertain those questions. We're going to jump into today's episode on where's grandma. Let's see if you can figure out where she's at all around the u._s. Here we we go all right. Where's grandma number one. Let's see if you can figure this out. Grandma did some surfing at big sur. Sir bought some brad at fisherman's warf and saw some ancient greek and roman art at the getty question number one. Where is grandma question number. Two grandma took a wine tasting tour in the finger. Lakes went for a boat ride on the erie retail and bet on a couple of horses at the race track in saratoga. Where's grandma number two question number. Three grandma went to the beach at south padre. Island visited the school book depository in daley plaza and saw a cowboys football game. Where is grandma question number. Four grandma went to a music festival on beale street. Watch whiskey being made at the jack daniel's distillery and took a guided tour of graceland and where mike grandma be number four question number five grandma toured the historic sailing ships at mystic seaport played a little blackjack at foxwoods and saw a production of hamlet at yale. What state is grandma emma in there. She's at yale number. Five question for six graham played some tennis at mar are allow ago saw the auto races at daytona and swam with the manatees number six number six number seven grandma went to her grandson's graduation from rutgers visited menlo park and poker tournament at the trump taj mahal number seven. What state is grandma in number. Seven question number eight grandma visited warm springs brings took a boat tour of caffeine swamp and watched a braves game number eight. What state is grandma. In number eight question number nine gramma went to a film festival intel you ride visited her niece at the air force academy and went skiing in aspen number nine two more grandma traveling questions here's number ten grandma enjoyed enjoyed three walks back in history the jamestown settlement at colonial williamsburg and at the civil war battlefield of manassas number ten and the bonus for two points grandma went to the coliseum venice grand canal and the eiffel tower all in the same our what state was she in grandma went to the coliseum venice grand canal and eiffel tower on the same our what state was she in all right little bit of an easier episode today but i like to do that every once in a while for new listeners of the show and maybe some senior listeners of the show so we'll be right back in a second with the answers to those states that gramma was visiting all right guys here the answers to wear his grandma <hes> in this traveling grandma episode number one grandma did some surfing at big sur and bought some brad at fisherman's wharf and saw some ancient greek and roman art at the getty sheet of course be in my state of california -fornia number one question to grandma took a wine tasting tour at the finger lakes went for a boat ride on the irri canal and bet on a couple of horses at a racetrack and saratoga she would be in new york number two number. Three grandma went to the beach at south padre island visited the school book depository and dealey plaza and and saw cowboys football game. She's down in texas. The dallas cowboys number four grandma went to a music festival on beale street. Watch whiskey being made at the jack daniel's distillery to the guided tour of graceland. She'd be in tennessee number four or as people that live there say tennessee instead of tennessee like i would say number five grandma toured the historic sailing ships at mystic seaport played a little blackjack at foxwoods and saw production of hamlet at yale that was connecticut number five connecticut ticket number six grandma played tennis at mar-a-lago saw the auto races at daytona and swam with the manatees. She'd be down in florida number six number seven grandma win to her grandson's graduation from rutgers visited menlo park and wanna poker tournament in the trump taj mahal. She's in jersey new jersey number. Seven number great-grandma visited warm springs took a boat tour of okefenokee oak finocchio swamp and watched a braves game. She'd be georgia. Atlanta braves number. Diane grandma went to film festival until you ride visited her niece at the air force academy and went skiing and aspen. She's in colorado on that. One and number ten grandma enjoyed three walks back in history the jamestown settlement colonial williamsburg and at the civil war battlefield of manassas. She's in virginia. My wife would love to hang out with this grandma. She was there and the bonus. Grandma went to the coliseum venice grand canal eiffel tower our where was she at. She was in nevada on the vegas strip. All that stuff is there to visit replicas of and you know much smaller obviously but you can kind of go see those visit those in nevada. That was today's episode. Oh guys where's grandma hope he had fun playing along with this one the seniors i think enjoyed it. I don't know ashleigh hosted it yesterday. 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Footsteps to Heaven - God's Radical Love Part 3

Footsteps to Heaven

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Footsteps to Heaven - God's Radical Love Part 3

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How to create 5-Figure Paydays from Free Speaking Engagementswith Dinah Snow

Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network

35:07 min | 8 years ago

How to create 5-Figure Paydays from Free Speaking Engagementswith Dinah Snow

"You're listening to another ambitious entrepreneur network dot com. The boys for Roger predators and small business to be now auto show. Are you frustrated and confused about how to attract new clients nothing? You have done is working. And you're tired of waiting for the phone to ring. Imagine learning the tips and tools that will help. You get noted and booked by your ideal client and paid what you're worth for your amazing services. Now's the time to make your dream reality. And the MVP Shas entrepreneur show will teach you how now over to your host and Marie cross. Ari? Mrs NY, cross money mindset and marketing business coach with another incredible show to share with you. Now, let me ask you a question. Have you ever been to a speaking event where your giving the the eventual speaking and you walk away yet your discouraged because you didn't generate any late let alone where it I to generate any sows pretty disheartening, isn't it? Well, I've got a very special guest on today's show in her name is Dana snow, and she specializes in impairing coaches and service-based women on. Moore's to create five figure paydays from freese thinking engagements now as a conscious business coach Dina's five-step speak with heart market with so blueprint makes it easy. And she has a lot of different ways for her clients to authentically impact an influence audiences to say yes to their offer. And today is going to share the number one mindset that will enable you to make thousands from speaking gigs while staying aligned with your conscious values, but to sacred ingredients that you must mix into make them hungry to work with you and her three step strategy forgetting to six figures fast easing, free, speaking engagements, even if you're new to speaking or you're not allowed to sell from stage. So I'm really looking forward to hearing Dana share, all tips and strategies as well. So welcome to the show. I thank you for having me. But this is a topic. I think many ambitious entrepreneurs struggle with let alone the fear of speaking in public. But I know in. Put together, you know, prison trash in and we're not able to generate any lead little line cells that can be certainly disheartening. But I know that you've got a story to share as well, I'd love you to briefly share with us. How did you go from struggling coach to sort after the with hot expert? Thanks for asking. Anne marie. And you know, I came into the coaching profession like a lot of people. Do I came from a background that was not in marketing and sales. I came from a softer background working for municipal government non profit. So when I opened up my doors to business as a coach, I really didn't understand actually what took to attract clients, and I didn't realize that speaking was a really good way to get a lot of his ability out there. And so I did start speaking. And I happen to be a pretty good speaker just because of my background in what I used to do as working. Municipal government. But what I didn't understand was had a use those speaking engagements to actually built my list and attract clients, so I would get great feedback for my speaking engagements that walkaway with literally nothing to show for my efforts. It was quite frustrating and aback, then I simply didn't know what I didn't know it didn't even occur to me that I could be using that in a much more effective way. And I got to the point in my business where I knew I had to do something different to get a different result in I made that decision to invest in myself when get a lot of top notch training. And so I got to work with people like t Harv Eker with peak potentials in Lehrer singer wrote sales dogs treatments lease assassinate assassination Kimball summer, Hakkinen number of very big name coaches who are excellent selling stage. So I started applying. I was learning from all that training into my own speaking game. It's very quickly started seeing results. And so I started teaching it to clients as well, and they started getting results. So I've actually become over the last couple of years known as the speak with heart expert because I've managed to do it in a way that feels very authentic very much from the heart without being overly marketing or sales. And that's what people want these days. They wanna be able to market promote themselves without coming across pushy. Yeah. So I mean, you would have worked with a lot of women than either the years, and I know as a woman myself that we can so easily sabotage ASO wonder of in your experience in through what you've sane one of some of the ways that women are CEPA Taj themselves when it comes to speaking. Yeah. Well, I would say the number one way is that women have. Tendency to want to have a lot of content over delivering is a pretty common way, women sabotage themselves. They give too much content in their talk or they treat it as if the whole thing is is in educational session. And I'm gonna dress that in just a minute. So that's one of the ways in another way that they have attached themselves because they don't wanna come across his pushy sales -i, they end up not making an offer at all which is quite common and. Going on and on. And then before we know it because I don't want to get to the point where I need to make that offer we end up filling that space, then with more and more content, which then feeds into EPA Taj was giving away too much. That's right. That's right with done correctly. Even a sort of thirty minutes being gauged or even less, even if you have a twenty minutes beating gauge -ment it's not uncommon to the able to happily attract at least seventy five percent of your IAM's onto your list to get something from you. And to also attract plenty of people into complementary sessions with you or you can have further conversation with them. So the big shift here that I think is important to share with your listeners is that to start thinking of your your speaking paternity, not just as an opportunity to give -education content teach something, but also as a way to market yourself. So it's a combined effort there where your whole purpose for being there is to create connection ignite possibility with your content to serve them deeply on the spot. But not too deeply and then to inspire action for them to wanna take a next step of you on. I think that's a huge because I spike into many women, and it's like a case of twenty minutes how on earth can I really demonstrate my credibility in this area. Bill, my reputation as a specialist and the thought that they had that it's impossible is really a huge stumbling block full them in what your? Saying diners is that high. You can do that. Whether it's fifteen minutes, twenty minutes, an hour the way you structure, it is real important. I know you're going to share them in a moment. But that automation is just such a huge mindshift change for many many women. Yes. Yes. And it's also way for them to these are strategies that women can use without getting selling anything when they speak which is the real beauty of using speaking engagements where you're not allowed to sell or you've got to short amount of time to actually sell something with dollar ticket. You know, like a workshop registration to work with you privately. There's lots of opportunities to still build your list in attract Tien clients. Even though you're not selling anything. Yes. Yeah. So all right. Let's talk about that. Then I mean, what are some of the things that you would recommend that will enable us to start turning in educational tool into one that gets out audience really hungry to work with us. Yes. Yes. Luck to that. With you. You know, run the first mistakes, I wanna address here in giving content. Rich talk one of the mistakes women make that they dive right into that content and its mistake because if you dive right in content without giving some context your audience doesn't feel compelled to tune in and listen for what's relevant to them. And instead what you need to do. Call out the pain or the problem in paint a picture possibility. In those lots of ways to do that one of the ways that I've already done it in the talk here, and I'll be completely transparent about it is by me telling a little bit of my own personal story. I'm able to already start to tap into being able to relate to my audience's challenges. So I'm going to bet that there's lots of this news on your show that has similar back. Around as me struggled through some similar things to me in also when they see what happens afterward after I learned how to overcome that with my speaking skills in savvy that I picked up it paints a picture, that's just one way to do that. Do you think the people who would because then it sounds as if you need to give a bit of an issue because you'll building report you'll building that Narloch and trust. And there might be similarities in this stories that allows you to connect with them on a more deeper level because it's like, Wow, I've gone through that as well. So it I gives them hope that Hannah minute. She's done it. So maybe this hope and they as well, maybe I can achieve that too. Exactly. Exactly. So there is that hope component in the relating to them. And I remember something I learned from Jay Abraham familiar with them. He's one of the top marketing ruse in the world. But he said something I'll never forget. And he said you cannot solve a problem until you got your listener or your audience your prospect, the understand that there is a problem. You can't sell the solution until you've gotten them to see the problem feel the problem in the same thing holds true. When you're speaking you're not gonna be able to move them into any kind of action unless they have some relationship with getting in touch with some pain that your content help some see. Yes. Yeah. I imagine that often when we listen to someone or we're going into a presentation, we judged eyewear at the well, I really have issues with that. But then if at the beginning, you share a bit of your story, but identify some of the challenges and obstacles, you went through that you know, that we agai through as well. I wanna sick. That's happening tomato. You maybe I do have a problem. Right. Right. Yeah. And I've done it. A couple times on this talk is already been pointing out some of the ways that women sabotage themselves. I'm kind of leading the audience. Now, there's something in there that there's another thing that they can relate to in their besides my own personal story that they can see themselves in that pain. And yeah, you don't wanna leave people in that pain going all, you know. Stuck here? You want to also have an equal in corresponding focus of attention on west possible for people in Asia token sharing about that. I could also mention to that by identifying and connecting with them at the challenge level. But then also sharing with them as you did where you on. Now. It's like you expanding the possibility, you know, the realm of possibility because some of the audience members may be sitting they thinking on my Kate with what I'm doing. Then I realized wow, I had no idea that you could get x and x over that. I could get you know, five figure paydays from one speaking engagement. It's like I need to know how to do this is someone else. Ryan, I need to know how to do that to set by giving that comparison as you did. So, you know, so well in the I ching, and as you what you're recommending. We do we consider create that intensity that desire to want to know more as well. Right. So then I so that's one thing that if. Very very important. And let's face it. If that's rod at the beginning of the presentation, you'll setting the stage setting up that relationship to continue to be built upon is there any other things that you recommend as well. I do smoke a strategy strategies that I think are the most essential or any woman trainer to have in. Her speaking tool kit, number one, really need to have some kind of free giveaway something that they can say, yes. To on the spot that is going to help them either implement something that you delivered in your talk or going to expose them to additional tips, so free giveaway of some sort is really essential in a speakers tool kit. The other thing that's essential is a title actually is a good enough title that anyone who books. Speakers for events is gonna say. Ooh. That sounds good. That sounds like a title. My people were gonna want to hear more about your title is. It's the first experience anyone's gonna have with you in. Unfortunately, sometimes we get Inam 'Red with our own idea for a title. But when we actually try it out on people, they're left kind of scratching their head going don't know about that. It'll titles really need to be juicy. They need to be compelling. They need to be. It's very helpful to have some outcome language in it start embedding that whole idea of what's possible for people even from your title. Very important. So that's the second thing in the third thing. That is important were a speaker to have is an opportunity for their audience to apply for a complimentary session with you. Whether you call it a consultation or discovery session, our strategy session or breakthrough session many enrolling conversation. Whatever you call. It you need to have a way to invite people into that in VAT is where the biggest opportunity lies to generate big paydays very quickly. Let's talk about the H of is very briefly because I think this is just a gold mining everything you've been saying is just so valuable to have a free giveaway. Can you give people just a couple of ideas of what a free giveaway mine in child? This is particularly for those people who may just be starting out and considering using speaking. A way to to really generate that steady flow of ideal clients. Yeah. Sure. So again, wait, they come in many many different forms that let me just run through a couple of ideas for people so free giveaway. Could be like a top ten tips list. It could be a do's and don'ts list. It could be scripts for specific situations. It could be an MP three of you giving a content an additional talk if you will it could be video series of free video series. So lots of different ideas there if you're just starting out, I would recommend keeping it really simple and something that's doable. In like one days time. So put together a checklist is probably the easiest way to go and in your checklist had these something that gets them started. But. Doesn't give them so much that you'd given away too much content again. Yeah. These wanna make sure you're not over delivering everywhere you go 'cause that's a real problem with ladies. But to give them enough of a start for them to feel like they've been well served with that checklists and to make it so irresistible that everybody sitting in the audience wants to grab a copy of that. And to do that they need to do that in exchange for the contact data's would be name name. Alan Saiful, his that what you're talking about really helping to build your list, which I think is you know, a phenomenal away to be able to do that. I think the Todd we move onto the the second point. That's probably something that we really do need to spend some time on because even the free giveaway. Machining needs to be very relevant to the talk that you'll give into the tide or that you'll giving because you wouldn't want to give away a free offer of something that had no relationship whatsoever to what you've just been talking about as well. That's exactly right. And that is immense. Take this on speakers make they'll do a free giveaway or offer discovery session with a title on it or try to sell something that doesn't sit with the content that they just livered. So it is worth taking the big picture view of where you're going with the whole intent of speaking to grow your business in the first place slits, not just have hazard. So you're gonna have a talk with a really juicy talk title. Good enough to get you booked. And then you're free giveaway is going to be something related to what you're covering in your talk. But also will provide them with a little bit more insight Orson next steps in there. And the same thing is true for your discovery session. So which is your free consultation, or whatever you choose to call it. Here's a really valuable tip here for folks. And I've seen this happen. A lot a speaker will have the right intention in offer. Reconsultation, but from the audience's perspective, hearing free consultation is not compelling. They don't understand what that's going to do for them in this title of it in south isn't very so that in effect Baring if they call it, a free consultation come and sign up for my free consultation with Yang. Let's not kind of people running to Waterloo. I wanna do that for. Yeah. Yes. So you get credit for trying. If you're one of those people are done that take take for trying NAT take it to the next level by here giving juicy ties. Yeah. So instead, you wanna think about okay. Well, if I'm gonna offer this complimentary discovery session. What is it? I want them to say, yes. To from the discovery session. Joy want them to say. Yes to nice six-month platinum program. I want them to say yes tonight the IP day. Do I want the, you know, so so it helps to name your discovery something? Juicy like, one of my discovery session titles charge it in get it breakthrough session who liked when you hear that? It's like, ooh, it's one nine one. Learn what that is. How can I do that? So makes it far more compelling when you have some rate titles there, and I think it doing all of that and envisioning all working together. I can really say that it is such a great strategy. You know that the Tajol gets people there. The title of the took gets people. You're starting off the entice speaking engagement by connecting and really creating that the desire for people to want to nine more you give away your free ofo. But which obviously got a great title as well. And some steps that you know, people that want to access because it's going to take them through in their knowledge. And discovery of what it is that you're an expert him, and then you'll discovery session or whatever you wanna call. All it is going another relay JC toddle that steps them into wanting to to speak with you further so dies three strategies combined. How can people use that then to generate cya five Fieger or even a six figure more income? Yeah. So the beauty of those three steps that anyone can do them. You don't have to sell anything from the stage. They're easy for people to say, yes. To in very hard for people say no to is position the while entitle them while the real secret here is that with those discovery sessions. Those are opportunities to have a deeper conversation with someone and offer your high end packages with that and men it's not uncommon for my clients to a lot of people start out having an you probably know this to Emory that a lot of people start out in their business doing their services in hourly way. Way or in a via the session kind of way, which is really hard to get anywhere fast with that kind of strategy. So I know in my world, I work with the client help them very quickly create a high in law for whether it's intensive VIP type of offer or a longer term programme offering in that way, when they speak in offer these discovery sessions, then they have the deeper conversation with someone where they get to know, the one much more personal level and commend much more easily move people into one of those high end programs in that's where you can start generating those five your paint as very quickly because by then it only takes one or two people to get you five figure payday and that can happen from one or two discovery sessions. Yeah, I love that. Because I think like just head everyone could elective -ly. Right at aside relief. It's like, oh, I have to get up there and sell from the stage. In fact, all I'm doing is just allowing people to say yes into gaining more information. And because I think selling from stage is something that really is another skill that needs to be developed. But this why is such a it's a graceful process, isn't it and one that exactly as I introduced you. It's one where people can continue to really connect or into cly and do so, you know, a law without just love that. Yes. And one of the mistakes. I didn't mention earlier that sometimes people will try to sell from the stage in a context where it's really really hard to help people actually say yes to buying something on the spot. But if you move people into a discovery session that's much more personal intimate place. To dive deep and find out with their problem is find out the best solution for that in make that offer in there. You're going to be far more likely to get yeses in those discovery sessions than if you're to try to sell something for high dollar from the stage. Absolutely need is some people may only have gotten to Nai-yu as the very first time and getting them onto your list. So that you can continue to integrate you'll keep in touch strategy and build that relationship. They may not say yes at that stage but down the track because you're consistently sending out your newsletter and other pieces of information that yet. Yes comes at a light stages. I've continued to build that relationship with you. So by doing this process, some my step into the programs immeidiately and others might do that down the track those, right? And that's a good point. If I may just take a moment here to talk about the whole list building factor with speaking in my world, I think okay? I can go out in network, which I do. But when I got network, there's no way I'm going to attract the same volume of people into my list as if I were in front of an audience of thirty forty fifty people where seventy five percent of the room saying, yes, right there on the spot to happily receiving my free gift in than they're receiving emails as well. So it's a much faster way to build your list in gain momentum in your business as you said as you start to communicate with them through your easing, your content rich easing and receiving more tips that way you can also start to market to them through the easing as well. So they may not come in for a high end off right away. But then later on if you offer something like till seminar series while then you've got a much bigger list, much bigger audience. So to speak. Has already warmed up to do business with you, definitely. And I think that is people who are a little bit hesitant to do speaking. What you've just said is so true, and I've even seen and heard of people going to networking events and adding people to the list, which is an absolute no now, you just cannot do that. But in this instance, they've heard your message if connected with them they've put up their hands to say, yes, I want to access that material. So you have their permissions as you said, which is very important because they going to be more likely than to want to look forward and being inspired to read the content to absorb it until and more about what it is that you do. That's right. And as you get bigger and bigger list, it makes you much more. It makes you a great joint venture partner with other service professionals. So that you will cross promote each other start getting your list filled a lot faster that way as well. So the bigger your list the more in. Pricing. You are in other people are to you to collaborate in work together. Yes. Which is a whole nother tol yet. Call just on that exactly. But I can see how it really fits together. And it it really makes much more sense. And it really feels and it is, of course, we women. Weep ten we don't want to be pushy wanna same to be you know, Siles and all of that. And as you said this really allows you to connect speak with integrity and remained true. To who you are. Because in the end today, you wanna be a support to your clients and doing this allows him to say yes into step up in such a graceful way, which I think I love, and I'm sure the listeners love as well. So it didn't have people getting contact with you and find out more information about your services as well. How can they do that? Well, as certainly love what people visit me on my website and take a look at some of my blogs there. I do content rich articles on my blog pretty regularly at least once a month more than that and dynasty, snow dot com. So it's D I N A H. S N O W dot com. And then I do have a free gift. I'd like talk to your list wonderful, and my free giveaway is how to attract clients in build your tribes step by step by speaking for free in it builds more on what we've talked about today. It includes a track list of what you need to have in place in a flow chart for how to make those speaking opportunities, the most fruitful for you. So that is available at tiny. You are L dot com slash speaking hit I IT, and then for those people who may be listening in there. They're feeling like I wanna learn more from you. I wanna have conversation with you to see if my problem is something that's fixable. Most the time it is by invite people to contact me about a speaking breakthrough strategy. Session in they can do that. By emailing Neha support at dynasty, no dot com and Dina we'll all those links up on the Scheib. I people who are listening by the website can click straight through and I have to apologize because I've been pronouncing your name incorrectly. I probably should've asked you the beginning of the coal. Look, thank you for graciously allow me to do that. So of course, the website to contact and connect with diners, WWW dot D. I N high S n W dot com, and we'll also put the tiny owl link there as well as well. As the Email address that Donna has shed. So that you can click directly through if you're listening via the website now, and this is just such valuable information. And I think the people who have been dipping their toes into the pool of speaking in public and getting out the speaking can really take this to the next level. So that they can continue to build their list they can continue to build their income and do so confidently without having to worry about being Sauzee be about being pushy. This is really just taken that incredible wage shoulders and last to really step forward. How Flynn connect with their audio clients. Thank you once again. Coming on the show. You are so welcome. It's been a pleasure in manly. One less. Hit bit happier on clay absolute land. There's a ton of washroom say a ton. There's actually a very simple strategy for making all these speaking elements work together, it's a step by step process. But beyond the step by step process in the template for crafting talk that leads to building your list in a -tracting, those fan clients, the most important thing is you showing up fully authenticate you. And when you do that within the given structure you become quite magnetic. So it's really an opportunity to let go of the story that you aren't ready or you don't have valuable information to share or you wanna stay comfortable hiding out behind social media. Your audiences are very compassionate and love authentic speakers in this is a great way to be seen in known for your sentence. Self wonderful wonderful, and I think that that's so important to be aware off. And there's nothing more powerful than giving. Yourself permission to be you. And as you said, you become femme, we'll magnetic and everything that you do when you give yourself mission to do that all the pressure just stuff melts away. So wonderful Dina. We're going to have the inspirational tip, and I want to stay on the line because this fits in beautifully with what you were talking about just now. So today's inspirational tip, and again, it's a tweet Abol and one that I think it was what Donna was saying today, and it is do not give up the beginning is always the hottest do not give up the beginning. Always the hottest Donner is you said some of the things that you've spoken about today about speaking may be quite new for people. Maybe they need to change things quite drastically to have better results and whilst at first much same difficult. It's so important. Isn't it for them to continue moving forward taking that next? The next at the beginnings always the hottest changing habits and so forth. The way that you've been doing things can often be difficult. But it is so worth persevering because you know, soon it'll become just as if you've been doing it all along and the results will start to shut love to hear your thoughts on that as well. I couldn't agree more. I can't think of very many people who say I love. Oh, public speaking. Or who say, I'm totally confident public speaking. It's perfectly natural to be nervous at first. And but on the other hand what better way to get known? Get visibility in grow your business in it really only takes a handful of times out there in front of your audience to get a lot of those nervous jitters out when you've got a structure to relax into it takes away so much of that stress in worry that might otherwise be there if you're winning on your own. So yes, persevere the first one is gonna be the shakiest. 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Voting is over but the absurdity is not. Steve Friess helps us sort it out.

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Voting is over but the absurdity is not. Steve Friess helps us sort it out.

"Daily detroit is brought to you by the community support any work and petri n. dot com slash daily detroit. Hey it's jerry stays looked twenty. Twenty is the election. That never seems to ebb but voting. It is over and with the results. Basically in i caught up with steve freese of newsweek. And our detroit to sort out where we're at with experience going back to florida and those hanging chads as well as the doublespeak from twenty sixteen contest at twenty twenty. Steve gives us some great perspective on what matters. And what's frankly kind of nonsense recorded recently. It's important to note that with all the bluster online. Not much has really changed locally in the last couple of days and no serious or significant. Voter issues have been founded michigan. That could change the balance of the election. So let's just get started on your daily detroit for wednesday november eleventh twenty twenty. I could pull the tape out but this turned out pretty much as you predicted it. Did i mean to the extent that the numbers and the trends continued and when all is said and done yes absolutely close election you can't ignore iran's devin thirty one million people are so vote for the other guy but i think when we're done by probably have won by six or seven million votes and probably have. It looks very likely the same number of electoral votes that down trump called a landslide when he had them a couple of years ago four years ago. And yeah we're heading for some recounts. Even though trump loss various states by less than with ellery did so you know a lot of the post election drama is uh i think going to be shifting just the way we expect the results of actions to be dealt with in the future. You know. I mean. I think so so interesting. Four years ago it will take an outrage that democrats and eventually the green party wanted to recount a few of the states that went to trump surprisingly by extremely small margins. Trump won Michigan by eleven thousand votes. Last time. he's gonna lose michigan by. Do you have the number one hundred forty six thousand and forty thousand and still they think that's close and they want a recount and i'm all for it. I don't know about you. But i think it's great. I think it'd be great for them to have recounts in various places where the votes were coast. I think that if it satisfies certain people's concerns us great. I think it may be a waste of money in some places. But look if you recounts usually a weekend is actually if it was done on a routine basis would be a great deterrent to foreign meddling in terms of were kind of hack election machines equipment. Oh for sure. We can working or doing the rich governing audits. There are ways that will tell us if the machines are counting honestly or if there is some anomaly we should know that we should know that and we should. We should be checking on a regular basis because if we did there would be no point trying to game the machines right. Although color skeptical a sway of six figures of votes seems rather outlandish feel like clerical errors and other things it would be in the you know maybe a thousand votes or something like that and i look at it across the board that it's not just in detroit. It's across the region but the ballot drama holy ballot drama batman is all here in detroit win. I did some back of the napkin math. And you could delete three quarters of the absentee ballots in detroit and joe biden would still win this election. I mean the fact is that it's out of her coercion in detroit for the margin that the vote tallies are showing. But it's certainly justice intense in philadelphia to right but in pennsylvania. I think it's a closer race at least by percentages. And like i said they wanna spend their money on recounts. I think that's great. And the rules vary by state. But i think for the most part is going to be campaign money that's spent on these things. Depends i believe that in with continent could be public money. I think it's coasts enough. That they can ask. I'm fairly sure that's true in georgia to where it's very very close. I don't know about arizona. it'll take a lot of money. And the odds are so so much against the trump campaign coin. Anything back a place like north carolina where it's going to be very close. What do they do. when there's a split. Where north carolina for example where maybe biden. Actually come back. Impose it off. Thom tillis still win though what vote with screwy for the presidential race but the same ballots were not corrected for the senate race. I mean that's the problem that a lot of republicans have including a couple ran just now. There are republicans in michigan. Who won the races. What are they trying to say. Throughout their ballots at after elections or are they claiming that there is a precision to the corruption. That is so perfect. And they're going to uncover it a from recounting to me. It's kind of stunning at this point. I think it's what i last i looked. It was like a ninety thousand. Vote difference or something. Like that for john james but he is still not conceded. He's actually made national news for not conceding. That another story. That made national news was there was a press conference. That ron and mcdaniels. Romney did talking about alleged incidents of fraud and michigan and it just she just threw things at the wall including one against a republican clerk. The turned out to be a clear error that she directly addressed. I mean to be honest. All of these things are things if you do some late googling you'll realize it like hey there's actually like reasons for all this stuff. Did you deliberately just mango her name. I feel like federally within informants nelson. It's just fine. I remember which one it is to be very honest with you. Well let me tell you something. Her grandfather george. Romney would be so embarrassed by her to see her out there using the family name or not using the family name depending on you know the preference of donald trump of all people to stoke this mayhem. These absurdities is just lower than. I thought that somebody like tire will go. They just cannot stop trying to perform for. This is president What's going on. Or how unlikely it is. He's going to retain power. They can't stop themselves and it's just incredible dad there all these things. Oh someone's though said that. The ballot was moved or these the suitcase at ballot than it as it was leaving the t. cf center or the observers were kicked out not true. It's just what they don't really understand. Is that democrats and liberals have made similar complaints in the past. They've complained this happened. Various conspiracies and they always shrugged them off or mock them as conspiracy theorists and crazy and sore losers so all the sudden they're the ones who were making all of these irrational claims or aching hearsay and random people's allegations as truth and the calling for an investigation. It's fascinating how many investigations the right and the republican party pushes core and a lot of them happen and almost none of them resulted from lebanon. Ghazi thing to the obama gate thing to the hunter biden thing. I mean they do a lot of education. They just never get any answers. End by asking for so many investigations public numb to it. Like you know used to be bad the under investigation now. It's just a tuesday when you do it all the time. It becomes less effective bread one of the things. I'm thinking about here locally in. The state of michigan is that speaker lee chatfield and a number of others are doing some sort of legislative investigation into the vote. Count but to me. I think about number one. We've got a gigantic corona virus thing. Happening right now but even going back into the past there are a number of issues including the flint water crisis bunch other things that the gop in that party and things that he was responsible for as well as his colleagues. They just didn't care like it. Just wasn't a priority and to me you look at what. Somebody's actions are in. That tells you not their words their actions. Where do they spend their time. And that tells me what they really care about. And i'm not saying that. Sanctity of our elections is not important. Very much is but it's very weird to me to see all these things that impact daily life for you know the last decade or so completely ignored and then something like this. It's like now is the time that we're going to start. These investigations feels to me very intellectually inconsistent. But you know. That's kinda why i talked to you about politics and i don't do as much politics myself. You know yes. It's all very critical. You know i think so interesting. Su- sandler is a prominent republican church. Athletes who worked for but he's on twitter. Of course he's very young. Think he has an important role with james campaigning on and he's out there now on the twitter pointing to different tweets. At people like laura cox the chairwoman of the michigan. Republican party are putting out there casting concerns doubts about irregularities in on. I met this guy. I met this guy. When i was covering the recounts in twenty sixteen and the reason for a we count in two thousand sixteen was mostly that it was a surprising result ending extraordinarily close one. Nobody was even even alleging any specific or fraud. It just seemed like a good idea. Considering everybody's will surprise by how the thing turned out to do. A recount and jill stein. Raise the money and paid for some of it anyway. Sampler was there as a republican representative and he gave me an earful for a piece of organon for the new republic. About what a sham these recounts were and how the democrats china steal the election and all the rest of it and now here he is for years later and suddenly he's very concerned about the integrity of our system. I don't understand how these people don't keep track of the things they say. Well and i think it's also to us on the public and journalists to keep track of what they say and remind folks because to me you know even if i don't personally agree with somebody if somebody is pretty ideologically consistent over time. I mean obviously people's opinions evolve and life experience but when you see so many people flip and flop with how they address things. I think it's something. I really wish that the public would pay more attention to because it's kind of maddening. It's also kinda why so many people. Although this election had very high turnout. I think it's also why a lot of people are very frustrated with the political process. Because they feel like well they're just gonna say whatever they're going to say and i think erodes trust to constantly flip and flop you no question about roading trust in actions at the moment because the election turned out in the direction that a lot of people who are upset with trump like. They're feeling better about the integrity of elections but when they lose they also complain point to potential regularity since then such Maybe there are. Maybe there aren't. Everybody has their own reality. These days every wants to believe that among other things that other people agree with the idea that there are seventy five million people who didn't like donald trump enough to vote against him is shocking to seventy million people and vice versa. We're gonna talk about this later but this question of what do you do about it. I don't know. I mean it's not just that i don't know i don't think you do anything about it because i don't know how you felt in two thousand but that was an election that with basically a tie in one person wanted and they won it on a technicality. But we got over moved forward from that and we'll move forward from this in the end most republican than most people who voted for trump. Get over it. Move on someone awhile back. I think it's time to kinda ignore them. I really do. I think. I think that you know this whole conversation. We we've had about you. Know where the republicans congratulating joe biden. How come mitch. Mcconnell or various prominent republicans have done the gracious thing congratulated. The new president elect and vice president-elect. Well they haven't they haven't and they haven't been playing by normal rules for a long time now. I will highlight it. It's a michigan rep. Fred upton. That is one of the few that actually publicly has with a direct statement. Not even inside way statement a very direct. I look forward to working with democrats but that that that dot it was a very traditional boilerplate but very traditional kind of thing and it stands out to me that he is among the only ones. But i think about what you're saying. I think about that idea that it just to move on because twitter social media all those kind of things are so fired up around these topics but you know if someone for me who has kind of worn different hats. You know steve. Like i've worked in corporate communications. I've worked in marketing. And i've worked in media like i've worked across the spectrum. One of the things. I've learned being on that other side of the fence. You can't convince somebody something they don't want to buy they don't want to buy it. They're not gonna do it. I see so many like circular things where i want to fact. Check this thing. Or i want to the things being copied and pasted by my blah blah blah. I don't think that's gonna do any good anybody. No i mean it might convince people not share that particular thing or embarrassed but probably not we as a country are so exhausted. And and and i'm exhausted right now just generally my husband and i jeopardy and we usually tape it and so we had a backlog because i was so busy turned on an episode from like a week and a half ago and it was pre election so every commercial every ad with one of the next word political ads and we are skipping through it but you can still see and it gave us a bit of. Ptsd of omega. What is that like. It's so nice to be passed and we were gonna turn on the tv organ now back. They're not saying you're going to get some political messaging. This election over there will be week counts. that's fine. i think we count will be good. I think that they will satisfy some non crazy. Republican people who may be concerned about the rumors are the lies that they ve been hearing. And the biden harris folks who is going to move forward. I think the gary gary peters goes back into his cocoon and we don't hear from him again or another. Oh five and a half years. He's like a cicada exact right. I will say that. I'm getting breast that elicit rockin won her race by more than hayley stevens one. Hurry i think may have talked about the flat but i mean skin is a impressive politician. I would be very surprised if she was not top list. If debbie stabenow is tired she would be a very formidable. Statewide candidate for senate will enter. Takes a lot of boxes. And i can tell by the statement that i'm not gonna go into in depth because it's a lot but from her adversary during the race. It's interesting to me what says well congresswoman slot can has escaped defeat this time. We have proven that. She deserves to be at the top of future republican political targets. Well when your competitor says something like that. That means you've made an impression. I would say oh. She's going to have a tough race for as long as she's there and you know it's interesting because she would probably have a much easier ray to shoot hunting for senate. Ooh hard district. She's in what she she would have run statewide. She got the democratic leaning state behind her her district stretches from lansing across all that fun land to the outer suburbs of detroit and it was might bishops district it went for trump. I don't have the number. But i did ask the rock invokes and it did go for trump even though it also went for her. So you know. I mean hall can can wind all he wants but iran significantly behind donald trump. I mean i have much more empathy for john james who i think ran ahead of donald trump. Yeah he did. That's the second time now. He has had a very very strong statewide run. He will almost definitely be half of mine for challenge to graduate in twenty coin to. She's a very very good politician. We'll see we'll you're you're talking about the future a little bit one of the things. I wanted to circle back and talk about really quick. Is this good piece in newsweek. That you wrote about the basically the next seventy days. Are there a couple of things that we really need to look out for. I mean obviously you know. It's a national story. But there are various things including corona virus. Response things like that. The kind of a very big impact here in michigan two or three things that in the next seventy days we really need to Keep an eye out for it. Of course people should go read the whole thing to which we'll put a link in the show notes. Well i mean the peace focused on the ways com can use or misuse the continued access to tremendous hauer that he will have until the constitution longer. Has that power so obviously. There's some extreme things like he could go to war. He could attack canada. who knows. go get justin trudeau. But the more likely things beyond the normal stuff of pardoning a lot of people which most outgoing president's do he's going to rush through a number of changes in issues like clean water and clean air and environmental issues biden will be able to do but we'll have to go through the rule of making progress in washington to under. There may be some fast in there that that will be worth paying attention to the rule. Making process in washington is a structured long process that requires thirty sixty days of public notice in a whole bunch of other steps so there are a number of these rules that the trump administration is almost done with that they can just finish up and then biden. Cheap will have to start the process over again to undo. it can take another year meantime. Those things still exist. There is a a lot of budget issues coming up in addition to coronavirus as we all know congresses in fighting over what kind of stimulus package to pass to deal with the coronavirus and its economic impact and the likelihood now is they won't have any they just don't agree and go probably just wait until there's a new president is also been some indication from trump that he doesn't wanna find anything because he wanna be hynde with the spending all of a sudden they're worried about. They weren't wearing the spending and they were cutting taxes only Out so. I was watching some intraparty republican critics. They were doing a running. Gag that as soon as yell things shift. It's gonna go right back to being we can't spend money. It's all about the debt. It was funny to see right on. Cue there were absolately right. The second that they felt like trump was going to be you know waning or whatever all of a sudden it became oprah worried about the debt all of a sudden once. They're in the opposition party. It's just kind of funny. It would be funny if it wasn't so pathetic. Well it also hurts peep. I'll tell you this one thing just covering stories down here on the ground. We've got fifteen messages from business. Owners in our inbox about how bad things are right now. Wanting to do something i can. You do a profile. Can you do whatever like we've never. My producer has never seen a time like this where there are so many businesses on the brink especially as we're coming near the end of the year you've got leases. You got all these other things decision. Time is going to be passed by the time that these relief measures get or they start to talk about him. And that's gonna mean a good number of businesses and a good number of jobs that just go kaput. The amazing thing to me is that. I guess in april or may. I did a cover story for newsweek. On the biden agenda he got a nomination but he was dealing with the bernie sanders wing of the party and he had sort of been stoked by the heat. virus into a much more ambitious more. Fdr bike clan for his presidency. Then it even campaigned on during the primers and it felt a little fruitless. Because i'm asking these questions about what he's gonna do about the corona virus thinking but by the time he gets in in january. Don't have done a lot. You know what will be left for him to do by the time he gets in in january. We answer is like everything because commission did nothing. They just stop trying to work on things that biden administration. They'll have to arrive or things through executive order but they're gonna access the defense production. Act to ratchet up the production of p. Which are hospitals all over the place. Now saying a running out of again they are. I was doing an interview with a local michigan company that has not aired yet talking about the millions of pieces of pp the shortage that's impending especially with another wave and then the tragedy of it all the amount of resources that are sitting right here in this very state the could be activated with a check with a check through the epa that the trump administration just didn't do like they just didn't do it and that's the thing is that like i know there might be some incredulous him in my voice but to me. This isn't a conservative or a liberal approach. It's no approach. The did use the defense reduction act for a number of things including ventilators and other things but the other thing is that if the healthcare workers are struggling with obtaining ep then good luck to the rest of us and if we want our economy to work again going to have to aware the correct kind masks than all the other stuff and if they can't get it in the rest of us can't get it. The biden folks will set up a mask mandate i federal properties. They can't really do that much more than that. Without actual legislation. Let that happen. It's can be a challenging challenging thing for biden to do. He's talked a lot about getting control of the virus but if he doesn't have control of the senate he's much more than what he can do. I was thinking about that because people were saying. I've heard some pundits say that it is something where he can do something because he's got executive orders and things like that and that's true you know like you've got a different person who's doing messaging and that kind of stuff but i've been thinking about this as i've been covering the last few months and it's a big money question and you can't get money spent beyond what's already out there without the support of both houses of congress and if you don't have enough money to do things things like well what if we do need to do. More fiscal support for folks. Pretty much every economist. I talked to. That's worth something says. Yeah we need another backstop. We're going to need some things and if you can't get any support for that stuff you're gonna be hamstrung. I think about the response happening. In other countries. I think about responses in some asian countries. Where it's really like a wraparound thing. Something that health officials really recommended. I know we're going to do an episode with dr paul thomas around that and looking at what the future plans might be but without money. You can't do things there are a few things you can do. Look i think that biden can convince more people that there is a better way to behave in order to control the virus. I think it will be different. Hearing from the white house From the white house honest science renting that i thought was interesting about some of the hearing they had not about the coronavirus but actually about the ukraine led to the impeachment was when the american people see honorable civil servants giving their expert opinions and they realized they're just ordinary people happened. Naveh certain amount of expertise. I a lot of the american people do appreciate that. And i think that that's what we're missing. I mean you know dr Tried now more recently to convince the public that she is on the side of real science and she said some things that the trump administration has been offended by but she also sucked up with conversation and in the beginning. And nobody's going to listen to anything she said. After that out she has tried so hard to sort of straddle that line. And i think that when he come back into the white house with biden. I think he's going to be much more clear about what's happening and biden is not gonna take it as a personal insult. There are problems in this country right. I think that's the thing that is going to be. Maybe the biggest difference over the next few years is that let alone and that's a crazy thing to me. It's not even like a liberal or conservative or democrat just the attitude towards things is going to be quite a bit different and it's gonna be interesting to see how it plays out and the same thing that i said back when donald trump was elected that i hope for his success i hope for donald trump's success to be very honest because he was the president. I am that person right. I'm that guy who wants our president to do well always and when he doesn't our country suffers. I mean. I don't know about you but i was very much struck watching biden's ditch last night about how much laugh on guard feel like how much last. I have to worry or crin or anticipate some outrageous untrue magazine statement. None of that stuff is gonna come from this. He's gonna bore us into going back to our our normal while the former president trump is sitting on the sideline throwing grenades yahweh by ignore them. Well that's a good place to land. Steve freeze always appreciate your time. It's so insightful. To really get a look at the national picture and how that fits in locally. Of course we're gonna circle back soon sir. It's good to talk to you. And you can find steve on twitter at well. Steve freeze all right. We are done for today. What we're doing valuable. It's our members to keep the lights on here so join us for as little as a buck amman. Or of your organization. We have options for you to support the project just head on over to patriots dot com slash daily detroit. You got feedback to the show. Email me at jair at daily detroit dot com and thanks to listener. 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