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Fresh "Gonzalez" from Rollye James

Rollye James

00:44 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Gonzalez" from Rollye James

"If it didn't. What's that line snakes in a plane? I don't like them in my plane. It's time for speed jokes, they're sponsored by team hardware, here we go. We got some jokes from Jenny B in Buffalo grove and John O'Brien and Jesse Gonzalez in Joaquin and I got a joke from Doug Kenney in sycamore. Susan and Florida sent us a joke. Thank you sue. Stan and east Dundee writes the best thing about submitting speed jokes is that I'm able to fill in the gap on my resume between 2020 and 2022. I put that I'm a regular contributor to the John Williams remote show. Well, I'm happy. By the way, I will honor your reference, sir. I'll say good things about you prior to that, John. I was an executive director in the department of redundancy department. You got a job from Dan goknar, Dan finnegan in west Dundee. He's a fire safety consultant. John in Brazil, Indiana, Jeff Schultz at maintenance coatings company in south Elgin, and thank you, Paul and Dixon, and everybody else. Since the government is dragging their heels, I've decided to forgive my own student loans. I don't know if

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Gonsolin sharp again as Dodgers outlast Padres 5-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Gonsolin sharp again as Dodgers outlast Padres 5-1

"Tony Gonzalez is the national league's first ten game winner after working into the 8th inning of the Dodgers 5 one victory over the Padres Gosselin was reached for a run in four hits while striking out 8 over 7 and a third innings He's ten and O this season with a major league best 1.54 ERA Max Muncie and Cody Bellinger hit home runs as the Dodgers won their third consecutive game and improved to two one zero on a season long 11 game home stand The latest victory gives LA a three and a half game lead over San Diego atop the NL west Trent Grisham homeward for the Padres losers in 5 of their last 6 games I'm Dave

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:31 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:31 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm John leather bait the Astros scored four times in the first as they pummel the mets 9 one in New York in The Bronx a marwin Gonzalez second inning solo shot gave the Yankees a two one win over Oakland A person with direct knowledge of the decisions as Lakers guard Russell Westbrook exercising his option to play for just over $47 million next season The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because neither was broken or the leakers revealed the decision publicly a person with knowledge of the negotiations had Celtics assisted will hardy has accepted an offer to become the coach of the Utah Jazz Hardly in the jazz were in the process of finalizing contract language according to the prison who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because neither side announced the deal publicly Brooks Koepka the latest PGA golfer to defect of the live series he will play his first tournament in its U.S. debut starting Thursday near Portland I'm John leatherbee AB sports

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Australia Rude Restaurant-Rude intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Australia Rude Restaurant-Rude intro and wrap

"A restaurant in Australia is focused on giving bad service and customers love it at Karen's diner in Sydney the staff is rude Take the bag out Don't touch me I mean they made everyone move at me 'cause I'm vegan The burgers are said to be great at karens You're greeted by people like Alex Gonzalez The customer is always right at pretty much every other hospital venue Here the customer is always wrong There's nothing they can do to bay ride except maybe chip us like $500 The diner's concept is based on the term Karen describing a person who complains about everything and anything Mitch ransley is the general manager People love to be abused apparently They like to be sworn at they like to shout at waiters while weight is shouting there Karen's diner is catching on This is much cheaper than going to my dominatrix More Karen's diners have opened or are opening in Australia and one just opened in Britain Get out Don't come back I'm Ed

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The Meaning of Juneteenth With Pedro Gonzalez

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last week

The Meaning of Juneteenth With Pedro Gonzalez

"A terrific article written by the brilliant Pedro Gonzalez, the meaning of Juneteenth. I want to read one paragraph here that I found to just be phenomenal. Juneteenth in truth marks the dead of the old American nation, and the birth of a new one. Plowing, clawing out from the chest of the republic and a nightmarish vision that would make Ridley Scott squirm. The new holiday emerged from the mists of June with feeble opposition from Republicans who spent months railing by the evils of anti white critic race theory and The New York Times 1619 project only to turn around an inaugurated national holiday, an honor and validate the basic narrative underline those things with us right now as Pedro Gonzalez. So let me play devil's advocate. I totally agree with the article my open was all about this, but let me just play devil's advocate is in Juneteenth about the good news about Emancipation. Why should we fight on this? Shouldn't we just kind of turn the page and just say it's okay? Why is it important to articulate the meaning of Juneteenth you're on opinion of it? What's your thoughts here? Charlie, thanks for having me back. So Juneteenth as a regional thing as a minor regional event had meaning real meaning for a particular group of people in Texas and reference to a particular time in a particular place. But by taking Juneteenth out of its historical and regional context and nationalizing it, all it has been reduced to is just another element in this national Tapestry of shame alongside things like the 1619 Project, which serve only to remind us of how America's evil, how we must always begging for forgiveness, groveling, hitting our past and ourselves. So in other words, the original meaning, the good meaning that meant something to these people in Texas who have been quietly observing it for all this time, is now

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Republicans Just Gave BLM Its Own National Holiday

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | Last week

Republicans Just Gave BLM Its Own National Holiday

"And for the naive Republicans that voted for this become a federal holiday, as somehow this would lessen racial tensions, this increases racial tensions. You have given BLM a national holiday to be able to write these ridiculous op eds in CNN. How about this one? Time Magazine. Juneteenth is now a national holiday, our reparations next. You see, they look at that as a starting point. You validate their racial disharmony agenda. You platform and recognize and give power to the very same people that burned and looted the entire country for weeks and months. Somehow we're now the very same academics that said that looting is acceptable. That the proper way to honor George Floyd is to blow off a little steam. This is what is called the movement of a million steps. They start with Juneteenth, but they're not done. Now they're saying our reparations next. And Republicans unwillingness to fight on what July 4th actually is. And it's that say, well, yeah, sure, this seems innocent enough. Goes to show how naive our own side is in dealing with the arsonist left.

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Exposing the True Meaning of Juneteenth

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | Last week

Exposing the True Meaning of Juneteenth

"But unfortunately, the people the top levels of our society now, the people running our country, they have been successful in creating a new national holiday, something that we pushed back against. Now we didn't push back against obviously what Juneteenth means if you read it word for word for word for word, but no, instead, we push back against some of the claims that are embedded in the propaganda campaign, the media is pushing right now when it comes to Juneteenth. One of them being that somehow July 4th, 1776 was insufficient. July 4th, 1776, while it was really July 2nd, but that's the different issue. We'll talk more about that actually on our July 4th special week because they actually signed an on July 2nd and third and it wasn't publicized until July 4th. However, the culmination of those couple days was a step forward in the revolution of self government, the separation of the colonies and their ability to have constitutional government and the British Empire with tyrannical and autocratic rule. But now we have people in the media saying we have a new Independence Day. Despite the fact that the abolitionist slavery was triggered by the Declaration of Independence, Vermont abolished slavery in 1777 inspired by the declaration, despite the fact that 9 out of 13 colonies had independently abolished slavery by the time the constitution's ratified in 1787, despite the fact that the northwest ordinance, the first act of the Continental Congress post war, one of the first acts I should say, an article 6 said that all new territory in Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, would be free of slavery, a reflection of the values of the nation.

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Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last week

Charlie Reflects on Our Collective Birth Certificate: The Constitution

"One of the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands, which have connected them with another. And to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and nature's God entitle them. A decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. I'm reading, of course, our birth certificate. July 4th, 1776. The founding of America on July 4th 1776 is a profound and meaningful day. You see, America did not stumble into existence. It was summoned into existence. It was a moral claim written by Thomas Jefferson and signed by these incredible men from roger Sherman to William Williams to John Hancock that men deserve the ability to govern themselves. Let me read that again. Deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. This was and is the great shot forward.

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Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

"The Guardian scored two in the 9th inning to beat the Dodgers 5 to three manager Terry Francona loves this team We're asking a lot of these guys I mean we're asking them to play the game at a with energy every day And I know they get tired but they bring it Andre Jimenez broke the tie with the bases loaded single and Ernie Clement followed with a sac fly all the damage of Craig kimbrell Eli Morgan got the women relief of Shane Bieber Morgan is three and two kimbrell now zero and three Cleveland's Oscar Gonzalez hit his first big league Homer Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

"The Yankees 9 game winning streak is over after the Blue Jays turned an 8 three deficit into a ten 9 victory over the AL east leaders The 5 run comeback came off home runs as Taylor Hernandez belted a go ahead three run blast in the 7th One inning after Lourdes guriel junior launched a Grand Slam to get Toronto within a run Vladimir Guerrero junior hit his 17th home run and George Springer also connected for the Blue Jays Josh Donaldson Anthony Rizzo glaber Torres Kyle higashioka and marwin Gonzalez each at home runs for the Yankees who led 8 three in the 6th inning I'm the

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Gonsolin earns 8th victory, Dodgers edge Angels 2-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gonsolin earns 8th victory, Dodgers edge Angels 2-0

"Tony Gonzalez became the first national league pitcher to 8 wins as the Dodgers beat the angels to nothing Consul in was superb through 6 and a third innings allowing just one hit while striking out 6 He is now 8 zero on the season with an exceptional 1.42 earned run average His manager Dave Roberts is a big fan The numbers don't lie so he's winning games when he pitches His ERA is great The strike up to walk great He's helping us win every time he goes out there The Dodger runs coming on a Justin Turner bases loaded walk in the fourth inning and a Mookie betts Homer in the 8th Noah syndergaard took the loss and falls to four and 5 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Dodgers' Kershaw loses to Giants in return from month out

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dodgers' Kershaw loses to Giants in return from month out

"The Giants got a rare win against Clayton Kershaw beating the Dodgers three to two Kershaw only pitched four innings giving up three hits and two runs because he was just activated off the injured list and on a limited pitch count Luis Gonzalez with an RBI single It gives us a lot of us confidence of the team that we have and what we're capable of and it's a really good baseball club over there So get those two wins and get to serious dub I mean it means a lot Tyro Estrada also with a solo Homer A wild pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 8th scored an insurance run The Dodgers got 13 hits but were just two for ten with runners in scoring position leaving 14 on base Ryan leong San

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"gonzalez" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

05:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Making this an issue, then it might put pressure. Yes, but the important thing to understand, of course, is that in terms of in Washington, the political power now resides more in the Puerto Ricans in the United States. Exactly. Then it does the Puerto Rico's Puerto Rico which is a shift, right, which is a shift. With 5.8 million Puerto Ricans in the U.S. and with several Congress members, voting Congress members of representing Puerto Rican areas of the U.S., they now have a lot more influence to Puerto Rico and people have a lot more influence in government than they used to have back in the 50s and 60s. Where you see Darren Soto and Velazquez and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez becoming the public face. But this in Juan, I know your book is available anywhere harvest of empire, anything else you want to share with our audience, where else they can find you. I know democracy now every morning, weekdays, anything else. I mean, did I get all the plugs right? Yeah, that's democracy now. I'm still doing it several times a week, and but yes, definitely the book will be out beginning of next week, but there's a lot of new stuff in there that I think people will enjoy understanding and being able to utilize and their arguments with friends neighbors and coworkers about understanding Latino community. Well, you know, people need the knowledge and you always drop it. And Juan Gonzalez, thank you so much for being on Latino rebels radio with us. Thank you. There it is. This is another historic moment. Latino rebels radio. I got to talk to Wang Gonzalez and just get the revised edition of the book. You know what I say? There's certain things that if you really, really want to know the history and context. What is required reading? In understanding our community, Wang Gonzalez is part of that lexicon and so get harvest of empire revised edition and in the meantime, you know, follow one if you listen to democracy now or watch it, that's required as well. I mean, I'm just saying it gives you a fuller picture of contextual journalism in the U.S. media context. And the U.S. media space. So it's something that matters. So really want to thank Juan for being on. If you like what you heard, tweet us at Latino rebels tweet at me who Leto 77 tweet at the Latino media collective, Oscar Fernández, fabulous producer, and yeah, we'll be back next week. And like we always do, we always close out with lap Lebanon..

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Gonsolin, Smith, Bellinger lead Dodgers over White Sox 4-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gonsolin, Smith, Bellinger lead Dodgers over White Sox 4-1

"Tony Gonzalez allowed just three hits over 6 innings as the Dodgers snapped their three game losing skid beating the White Sox four to one Gonzalez walked one and struck out 5 while upping his record to a perfect 7 and O and lowering his ERA to 1.58 Offensively the Dodgers runs all came on homers with Will Smith Cody Bellinger and Trey Turner all hitting their 7th round trippers Johnny cueto now zero and three suffered the loss for the White Sox who had their three game win streak snapped David Schuster Chicago

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Gonsolin sharp again, Dodgers blank Mets 2-0 in NL showdown

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Gonsolin sharp again, Dodgers blank Mets 2-0 in NL showdown

"The Dodgers shut out the match two to nothing behind Tony Gonzalez in three relievers gone to Lin went 6 innings giving up just two hits with 5 strikeouts He improves to 6 and lowered his own to an average to an exceptional 1.59 Yeah it's been pretty good 16 O is good You know I got 20 more So we'll see we'll see what happens within those Mookie betts and Justin Turner drove in the runs Trey Turner extended his hitting streak to 25 straight games Med starter Taiwan walker allowed both runs and drops to a three in one record New York's winning streak ends at 6 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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How Karrin Taylor-Robson Would Fix Arizona's Schools

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last month

How Karrin Taylor-Robson Would Fix Arizona's Schools

"What do you think of kind of the Ron DeSantis model of governing? Well, you know, I love what he's doing in particular with the schools and with CRT. I have been a passionate advocate for civics education for a long time. I cheered the Joe foss institute when we initiated the civics education initiative that requires all of our high school seniors to take the civics test that immigrants legal immigrants to the country take in order to become citizens. Arizona was the first to pass that. And now that's required in 33 states, so we estimate between four and 6 million students high school seniors a year have to take that test. I've been passionate about it. And when I go around the state, I tell everybody that when I'm governor, our kids will stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, they will learn to love this country not hate it, and they will learn that two plus two in fact is four. There is this thing called the truth. There's this thing called objective reality. Yes. And that's what our kids will learn. My education plan that I just put out a week ago, I'm going to have a civics education camp for our teachers because what we're learning is our teachers don't even know the exceptional nature of this country in the history of this country. If they knew it, they wouldn't hate it. And now they're teaching our kids to hate it. You know, if there was if there was a silver lining at all to COVID, parents woke up and saw what their kids would learn. I mean, everybody, myself included, thought, you know, we're dropping our kid off at school, and we think they're learning what we learned as kids, only to discover that that was totally in

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Karrin Taylor Robson is getting her name out there

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:42 sec | Last month

Karrin Taylor Robson is getting her name out there

"Very, very well. I started out this year basically zero and name ID and zero in the polls. In fact, one poll had me at 2% with a 4% margin of error. So you go figure that new math. But anyway, we are you can't go negative. No, right, right. So we are doing very well. We are all over the state in, you know, I had a significant disadvantage on name ID with a primary competitor, and we knew we had to overcome that and we are. And we're all over the state, radio TV, and I am Chris crossing the state loving it. As an Arizona native, I thought I had seen the whole state. Only to find out no, there's a lot of places I haven't been to, but every single day. It is a gorgeous state last week. We were up in page. I was

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Arizona's Gubernatorial Candidate Karrin Taylor-Robson on Inflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | Last month

Arizona's Gubernatorial Candidate Karrin Taylor-Robson on Inflation

"About inflation as well. Huge issue here in Arizona, rents are going up. You said 40% year over year. Year over year in the class C apartments, which are the lowest priced apartment rents. That's always the bell weather. And when those prices start coming up, people are getting priced out of any type of housing. And on the single-family homes, we have about two weeks supply in the Phoenix market. So it is a seller's market right now. And that's why prices are going up the way they are. And, you know, I am a free market capitalist. This is about supply and demand. We have more people moving to Arizona and we can't deliver fast enough to the market because it's not just the rising prices or part of the reason that we're having the rising prices is we can't get the supplies. You can't get Windows. You can't get toilets. You can't, you know, our home builders could sell more houses, but they can't build them. Not only can they not get supplies, but they don't have the workers to build the houses. So it's quite a conundrum. And it's going to take a while to work itself out. And then you add on top of that, inflation. And energy prices, which is leading to the inability to have a functioning supply chain. It's a mess. And I lay the blame right at the feet of Joe Biden in this administration. And Phoenix, you could say with groceries and gas, rent, I mean, it's 40 to 45% more expensive this year than last year. And

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Charlie Welcomes Arizona's Karrin Taylor-Robson to the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last month

Charlie Welcomes Arizona's Karrin Taylor-Robson to the Show

"Hello everybody. Welcome back. We are here in my home now, Arizona. I grew up in Illinois, but I chose to live in Arizona. And I could tell you right now, Arizona is like the battleground state of the battleground state of the battleground state. And I really wanted to get kind of a picture of what's happening on the ground in Arizona and kind of the political trends and also someone who's running to be the next governor of Arizona. We've known each other for a long time. We have some awesome mutual friends, Karen Robson, Karen, welcome to the program. Thank you. And your barnstorming the state, whenever I work out, I see your ads on TV and it's compelling and you're getting the message out. Tell us why you're running for governor and then let's get right into what's happening here in Arizona. Well, I'm running for governor because we're being invaded from the south and we're under attack from Washington, D.C.. As you said, I'm a lifelong native, I was born and raised here. I was born and raised in rare. At is rare. 70% of our adult population came from somewhere else. So welcome. Welcome to Arizona. The land of the free and the home of the brave. That's Ronald Reagan used to talk about The Shining city on the hill, and he was referencing America. Well, it's now Arizona. We are The Shining city on the hill, and that is why Arizona is one of the top states for people moving to because people crave freedom. But I've been so lucky my whole life. I've worked since I was a kid. And there was a time I would tell my parents, I was going to write a book about them for making me work, you know, at such a young age because it was some form of child abuse. I'm sure they would be thrown in jail now for putting their 5 year old work, but the book I'm going to read is going to be one about gratitude. And the opportunities I have had my entire life to build a career, I put myself through school, I put myself through law school, built my career, been very successful, and I thank God every day for it. And I see those opportunities slipping away.

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Gun buyback in Brooklyn gets weapons off the street

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Gun buyback in Brooklyn gets weapons off the street

"A gun buyback in New York City gets some dangerous weapons off the streets while putting iPads and $200 into people's pockets Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez says several dozen loaded guns were turned in anonymously no questions asked at a local church A grandmother who came in and said her grandson had a gun She said when he opens his drawer he'll have the gift card and the iPad but that gun is up the house He says it's not costing taxpayers the money comes from gambling and drug for for sure while the iPads come from junior's restaurant owner Alan Rosen who says as a dad he just wanted to do something About enough It's every night I mean there was this Monday there was a young lady who was shot in The Bronx 11 years old The DA says the guns get destroyed Julie Walker New York

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Well, so they pull them out on a Friday by Monday, they get a call from CPS, saying someone has filed a report alleging child abuse. By Tuesday, they're talking to a CPS agent at their house conducting the safety check. By Thursday, a second report is filed against them. And so the family suspects that someone at the school, faculty member, staff member, counselor or teacher, because the identity of the person who follows these reports in taxes is protected so they can only speculate. But what they figure is that someone alleged that they were abusing their daughter to prevent them from pulling her out of the school. Yeah, abusing her by not letting her pretend to be a boy at home. I mean, this is hard to hear, but keep going. Yeah. But fortunately, the daughter, although she was kind of alienated because, you know, there's a lot of confusion involved in this. She's still loves her parents. And so when her parents came to her and said, this is what's happening. Someone has filed two reports against us claiming that we're abusing you that we're locking you in the house that we're isolating you from your friends and we're denying you medical care and the daughter was just that the father told me that the daughter was just like shocked by it and she and she told him who she thinks it could be. And again, all this is in my article and this story has a happy ending. They did finally get the kids out of the district. Their homeschooling now and the reports were so egregious. And so disconnected from reality, based on CPS's investigation, that the parents told me, and I obviously review the documents they had available, CPS closed the case and said, we found no evidence of child abuse. And the parents said that a caseworker actually told them that these reports look like classic retaliatory reports against parents for some reason. And so this story has a happy ending, but there are a lot of other stories that might not have happy endings. And the turning point, the father told me was when he sat his daughter down and said, look, these people at the school that claimed to understand you better than we do. They're willing to separate you from your parents and your brother. They're willing to break our family up to get their way. And he said that at that point was when she was just like, okay, you know, I'm going to tell you everything and tell you who I think this could be, the last thing, because again, I think it's important that in this case, there is a silver lining. They're working through things. They're all going to family counseling and they're kind of healing, but again, this is terrifying stuff. I had to win the family's trust, even talk to me about this because they're terrified of what could happen to them. And this is in Texas. Well, again, this is horrifying stuff. This is classic cultural Marxism. I mean, we have really seen it come into our homes and into our families. This is the sort of thing that, you know, you would think that this is what goes on in the Soviet Union. This is what goes on in communist countries where kids in school are told to report on their parents. Yes. In America, that is something that never could happen. We are as far from that as could ever be imagined and suddenly now we've taken our eye off the ball and these things have come to us and we're fighting this battle now. We'll be back final segment talking to Pedro Gonzalez. You can find him at chronicles magazine dot org. Folks, this is important, get involved. When you get the blues. A leader should shine more he never gets low down, but he's got the dirtiest job in town. Bending low at the people's feet on the Wendy corner of a dirty street, but I ask him honey shine my shoes how to keep them getting the blues. He grand as he raised his little head he published you shine ragged. Folks, if you listen to his program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books in the book is next level insane. It is called, what are the odds from crack addict to CEO? It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And a great example of this is actually hang on. We're going to go to break. I'll let you finish that sentence when we come back. Don't go away. Wherever you go. Whatever you do in case you haven't been paying attention, the Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leaving the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation, that's the last thing we need. Our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold. It is real. It is physical. It's always been valuable since the dawn of time. Legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. Folks, I'm talking to Pedro Gonzalez, he writes for chronicles magazine chronicles magazine dot org, you were just making a point Pedro I want to let you finish that. So it's good when Republicans react to the base and like I said in this case, parents, you have Republicans in some cases reacting to the demands of parents, which is good, but the problem is that when you don't get follow through, and so operation load star is a great example of this Abbott decided that he was going to build the wall in Texas on his own because his opponents like Don huffines and Allen west suggested that if elected, they would do that. And I mean, it's documented that Abbott never thought about this or talked about it until his opponent said they would do that. But the problem was that it was so like it was so political. It was so theatrical that when Abbott did it, it was totally haphazard and in some ways it backfired. Like in some ways, operation lone star actually made the problem of illegal immigration worse in Texas. And so what I'm getting at with these parent movements is that I hope that that's not the case. I hope that when Republicans react to parents that it's actually, it's actually going to yield some good. And so I actually interviewed a family in Texas that's basically for two years their daughter was living an alternative life. I actually wrote about this for chronicles magazine. It's in the new issue, it should be online today, I think. But from out from beyond our paywall, but basically for two years for a freshman software, every time the parents dropped this curl off at school, she became a boy. And the school's policy was to hide it from the parents. And the parents knew something was wrong for those two years because the girl had totally retreated from family life. She just stopped interacting with her family. And the parents couldn't figure out what was going on because she didn't want to tell them. And the family, they were trying to be understanding, but this girl had just totally climbed into her shell. And during a meeting with the school counselor, guidance counselor, the parents noticed that something was wrong that the girl had a kind of rapport with the counselor that was really intimate. They were finishing each other's sentences. And again, this is happening at the same time that she doesn't really want to talk to her parents anymore. And so after that, they sit down and they say, please, what's going on? There's something you're not telling us. And then she says, well, at school is the only place that I can be a boy. And what the family figured out was that this school in Texas and the family spoke to me on the condition of anonymity because they're terrified and I'll tell you why, but at the school in Texas, they basically encourage this girl in her gender dysphoria to become a boy. And when the family found out, they said, okay, we're homeschooling, so they did everything right. They filed the proper paperwork. They even sign up for the Texas home playing association, and they told the school, this is their last day, you know, we're getting our kids out of the district. The route of least resistance, right?.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:12 min | 3 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Do not forget two things. Eric metaxas dot com. Please go there. Please sign up for the newsletter. I can't tell you why. Actually, I can tell you why in the newsletter. So sign up for the newsletter, Eric metaxas, dot com, also don't forget. We're doing a campaign with food for the poor. We need everyone to participate. If you haven't yet participated, please do so. Go to metaxas talk dot com. This is very important. We really need your help. I have the joy of speaking with Pedro Gonzalez, who comes highly recommended by our dear friend John mirac. I can think of no greater praise than the idea that you've been praised by John Muir, a Pedro, you write for chronicles, magazine, chronicles, magazine dot org. You've written a lot of articles. Let's finish up a little bit on the Ukraine thing. And then get into the issue of parents fighting against CRT and their schools. But let's continue anything else. You want to say about the Ukraine Russia dynamic? No, apart from the fact that, like I said, to your audience, to anyone who's willing to listen is put your hands over your ears when you hear the siren songs of war again. And remember what the actual price Americans and people around the world have paid for things like Iraq and Afghanistan. Remember that I think a good way to think about this or a vivid way to think about this is the I think there was the third Rambo movie concluded with a still frame of the mujahideen fighters and it said this film is dedicated to the brave fighters of mujahideen, who we had armed in training against the Soviets. Fast forward, we withdraw from Afghanistan in a really hasty haphazard way and the United States government launches a drone strike that wipes out a family of ten, I think 7, including 7 children somewhere around that. Just this tragic tragedy, right? And before the dust even settles, what does general Mark melly say about it? It was a righteous strike. Those same people are now telling you that you have to listen to them and basically go back into Iraq except like I said before, this time with nuclear weapons. And you should listen to your gut when it's telling you that there's something wrong here. Well, look, the headline, to me, correct me if I'm wrong, is that the more we see and hear, the more we know that there are people in the leadership class in the United States in the military in The Pentagon, who do not represent the best interests of the American people. We the people who are the government have allowed these people to take control of the levers of power to take control of these narratives. But I think that the more we hear, the clear it becomes that they're manipulating us. And I just want to say, I think this is hard. If you're a cynical person by nature and many people are, they're already there. But I have to say most good people would like to think that the people in the military, the people in our government generally speaking are telling us the truth are representing the founders vision of this great country. That is not the case. And so it's very hard right now when you see figures like general milley and others, you kind of, I don't know how to put it, but it's like there's a reckoning that is happening in the United States where you would have granted the CDC or people like that. Some level of authority and now you say, no, we have been lied to. It has led to horrors beyond imagining and now we need to do something about it. So the first thing, of course, is to acknowledge that these people are not representing our interests. And we have to resist, basically. Yeah, that's right. We'll put. That was a true or false question. True or false. So you give me true. I'm sorry. I thought that was a rhetorical question, because yes, they're not. No, no, no. I'm just teasing you, but honestly, I just want to say that it's hard for a lot of us to think that we've been lied to through the decades. That they're still good people out there, but that the good people have to wake up, we have to wake up, and we have to push back against figures like this, who exist in both parties, and we have to look, John Z mirac, I remember one of the rare voices way back in 2002, giving me his perspective on the Iraq War. He was the only person I was hearing this from. And at the time, it didn't make sense to me. Unfortunately, now I understand where he was coming from. Yeah. You know, I think I just revealed my cynicism, by the way, of the U.S. government. But I think it's you're right. It's difficult because we've been for so long like to believe that you have to basically you have to agree with everything and institution like The Pentagon says, otherwise you're not a good American. But it's important to actually separate the American polity the American interest from these institutions that no longer actually serve the American interest, although we would like to imagine that they do. And in the past, they in fact did, but no longer, I think that that is a difficult task, but that's the duty of every American to take that risk to speak out against figures of authority like Mark milley or Fauci. I mean, setting aside the war stuff, we just lived through the horrors of what happens when we all go along with things like these lockdowns and what else so all of this is related, including the stuff that we're going to get into with CRT and transgenderism, all these things are related..

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Is. I am still myself puzzled about why the media and others are portraying Ukraine as this bastion of democracy that is worth sending Americans to die for. It's just, it doesn't add up, I guess. At least, at least it doesn't add up. There's been a lot of talk about how the right or conservatives project fantasies onto Russia about what Russia is a kind of and I think the most common one you hear is that people on the right think that Russia is a bastion of Christianity in the last the last part of civilized Europe truly civilized Europe, right? Now, I don't believe that there are some people that do, but you hear this a lot. This is a drum beat that has been pounded continuously since its whole conflict started. And it's used to somehow make the anti interventionists look delusional or pro Putin or something like that. But I think the opposite is actually or I should say the inverse is actually truer that, like you said, there are people that will call them liberal interventionists who project all sorts of fantasies onto Ukraine that it's a bastion of democracy that this is a battle over nationalism that zelensky is some kind of Paragon of freedom and liberty and, you know, he's an anti corruption crusader. What is true is that there are Ukrainians who are deeply sympathize with who are fighting for their homeland. But that is separate from the actual Ukrainian government itself, which is deeply corrupt. It's as corrupt as all of the previous Ukrainian governments that were supposedly more corrupt. It's the same. It hasn't really changed at all. And to say that this, to frame it as a battle, as is this conflict between good and evil, it is, it actually totally misses what's at stake here and say that the Russian army miraculously collapses tomorrow. We've only actually dealt with the symptoms. We haven't actually addressed what got us to this point. The western liberal interventionist elites that made this collision course inevitable well, that is the question and that's something that I've been talking about. We know that if Trump were president, this wouldn't be happening, that he projected a kind of strength that kept figures like Putin and the Chinese communists in check to some extent under Biden, the opposite is true. We'll be right back talking to Pedro Gonzalez. You can find him at chronicles magazine dot org. Sometimes you can't do that. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back hip or knee pain, 1995, about a dollar a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month. If it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or to the three week quick start for 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too. Go to relief factor dot com. Relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it. It works. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert Netflix, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks, IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things. Go to inspire insight, dot com today and register for free. That's inspire insight dot com, go there. Volkswagen back is here for taxis show. Do.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"With us is Pedro Gonzalez from chronicles magazine very smart. Smart guy we spent a whole week together at the clermont institute. That was a fun week Pedro. It's been a long time. We wanted to do this. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me on, Charlie. So Pedro, you've been speaking out lately about a lot of different things. I want to start with kind of the war on American men and the importance of talking about masculinity and how that ties into several different kind of unfolding crises in front of us. Why does America need strong men? And more importantly, why should the conservative movement talk about it? We need strong men because we'll look around you. Look, I think I can summarize my view of on the one hand the necessity of strong men and on the other hand, the absolute importance of it. Forget necessity. I don't think that word actually sums it up. When you have things like educators pushing critical race theory and radical gender ideology on kids when you have educators pushing things like transgenderism on our kids. And experimental vaccines on our kids behind our backs. I don't want civility. I don't want endless blathering about the free market of ideas. I want methodological barbarism because for me, being a man means defending the family, not talking about the importance of the family endlessly, but actually doing something about it. And I think that the conservative intellectual movement has really failed to go beyond that stage, simply talking about masculinity and trying to denude it and make it something that is civil and harmless. We need the kind of Middle America that shows up in school board meetings and gets thrown out because they call out the superintendent or the people in the school board for the right reason and they don't like to

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

03:23 min | 7 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"Feeling to kind of feel like you can inhabit someone where you not like you're not going to make a mistake because it's not really the stakes. But you just kind of feel like you're being sort of feel right. Really dialed in, which is a nice thing is that the field because you're usually using tricks to try to try to trip yourself into it. How did that experience change you as an actor or did it in any way? It changed it changed me in some ways. I mean, I think I also was adamant coming into the show and a lot of my other costars shared the same feelings that we just wanted to have a kind of atmosphere that guest stars and other people would paint into felt like this creative felt welcome didn't feel like it was a separation or that they had to pay on the regular. You know, everybody was just really, it was a great family. That we worked really hard to put together and she's trying to have everybody. Yeah. I just really love that family. Last question, a Nicolas Gonzalez fan says, and that's the name of his account. He says, basically, he says, how do you love yourself? So he wants advice on how do you love yourself? How does Nicholas Gonzalez you, how do you practice self love? I think self love can be really hard when if you're in a period of judging yourself and being your worst critic, so sometimes one of the only things you can really turn to is someone else you can use your help. And if you can be of help to someone else, I think that you'll start to see the beauty in that and feel the purpose for some reason, God forbid can feel you don't have a purpose. But. I think the hard part is loving yourself being in love with doing yoga for all these things that I think have people have a misconception about because it's the practice. Not everybody is good at it, everybody can't do handstands immediately. I've been doing it for years and there's stuff that I don't even understand how it is yoga. But it's the practice. It's the same thing with that. You know, it's a practice of trying to love yourself and everything is going to stand you where you can have more than enough things to tell you that you're not enough. So try to find things that tell you you are. But when you hear at rock bottom, I'll tell you you can always find somebody on YouTube. Yeah, I've never heard self love be defined in that way before, which is really interesting. So what you're saying is to love yourself, you actually help other people, meeting loving yourself then becomes a process that's greater than you, which I think is super powerful. Well, I guess it's just because if you truly are having a hard time because I think it's hard to have some people, you know, people want to ask actors and stuff. How do you love yourself, you know? Guys, if I were you, I would feel this and I, you know, or I don't want to hear somebody you know, I don't turn to Gwyneth Paltrow to ask about what I should be thinking about mental health. I'm not saying she's a facilitate excellent experts and maybe a great platform together..

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"Front of the camera, but also they're just sensitive dudes and they're transparent and they're vulnerable. This is great, right? Justin's great. Yeah, he's such a kind guy. And almost to the point where you're like, why is there you know, is he up to something? He is up to something. And he's up to something and you have fallen under his spell like we all have. But I would definitely put you in that category. And I know back in the day, I was secretly had my crepe and coffee Friends. The guys that weren't athletes that I would talk about feelings I was going through a divorce at the time. And then I put you in the category with JP Andy, David page, all day. The top cross fitters in that box. And I would be intimidated. I wouldn't talk to you this way because I would feel like this is the locker room guy. Oh no, we would have picked your ass. Yeah, probably, yeah, absolutely. No, don't ever try to step to me on the street and try to talk like this, man. Well, well now, now that you're in your 40s and I can see who you really are and all the things that you're interested in, now I do feel safe with you. And not only that, but I really feel proud and just championing your success because not because of what you do but kind of like because from what I've seen, there hasn't been a lot of dishonest moments. Like you're pretty even when you're saying now is like there's a sincerity to you, which I think the world needs. Especially coming from a minority man, you know? I don't know. Thank you. You know, I have so many people I see that in two, you know that I follow even on Instagram, but thank you. Very good. Yeah. So let's talk about is there a way that we can see like comments and stuff is mine's like frozen with a question? Is that because we're in Q&A or something instead of like the feet? No, dude, I got lots of questions for you. So let's say I can't see them. I don't know why. All I see is frozen. Frozen from a long time ago. Let's answer a few questions if you don't mind. We got about 15 minutes left, and I always wanna address the people in the room. I don't want to ignore them because I feel like I do a lot of that where I turn the thing on and I'm ignoring the people in front and just kind of talking out into the world. So there's a guy named Nicholas Gonzalez, and he says, how did your life change after having? There's a lot of Nicholas Gonzales is in your hilarious. And I think a couple fan accounts of what as well. But he asked, how did your life change after having your first child?.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"To see ourselves, the way that others see us. And that was also a revolution I had during the episode when he was talking about some of my writing because I don't see myself as a writer writer, right? I kind of see myself as the C student who went to calcite northridge and was bad at math and kind of got lucky, stumbling into writing self help books. I don't see myself as like this talented writer. Anyway, yeah, it doesn't matter where you are in your life and how successful you are. We're human. We have problems we struggle with shit. And I used to believe that once I got to success island once I was quote unquote successful, I wouldn't have any problems and it's not true. I mean, I actually think that as you become more successful, you have more problems, more stress more anxiety, you know. Anyway, I had a really good time chatting with Nick. It was an old friend and I hope you enjoy our conversation. Here is Nicholas Gonzalez. I want to start with crusted Hollywood. Yeah, take us back to the beginning beginning circa 2008. And that's how we met. I was gonna say Craigslist, but it's a joke I used way too much. We did not meet on Craigslist, casual encounters, we made and we still used it. Every time I use it, I do something. We can leave behind. We're going to be talking about things that we can go into new year and leave behind. That will be one of them. Yes. You know, Nick and I have a lot of things in common. Both we got some fitness in common. I don't know what you're doing now. We have fatherhood, I am not married, but I'm in a monogamous relationship. That one off. Congrats. Hold on. You shouldn't celebrate pretty much. We're still getting away with it. Yeah, I thought I might be the whole. Hey, we don't have to get married. You can still have kids. Welcome to forehead. Look at me like that. Yeah, I've been married, so I don't think so. I love that. Nick brought a beverage as well, cool. I'm not against marriage. I just, what is that? Central Catholic button. Oh shit. Oh, nice. No, I'm not against marriage. I know it's hard. We're going to talk about some of that stuff. At 48, I don't really, you know, I'm one way or the other, you know? And if Vanessa wanted to get married tomorrow, I would totally do it..

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

03:39 min | 7 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"It's case sensitive, so all lower case, one word live better. And I will see you in the lab. Here are my revelations after interviewing Nicholas Gonzalez. I don't want to see interview more of a conversation. I prefer having meaningful conversations over interviews because I don't really see myself as an interviewer. I'm definitely not a good interviewer because I tend to bird walk and I'm all over the place. All my content should say assembly required because like a box of Legos, I just dump content. Questions, random shit on the table and then you have to put it all together. And that's why my revelations are at the beginning of my conversations with other people and not at the end. Nicholas Gonzalez is he's an awesome guy, you know, he's one of those guys where he has the bro down factor where we could talk about a motorcycles and fitness and workout together, right? We could bump chest and at the same time, we could get coffee and crepes and talk about struggles and definitions of men. And marriage and parenting and all that, right? We could talk about our feelings and also work out. So I hope you enjoyed this conversation with Nick. Let me give you my revelations real quick..

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"gonzalez" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

07:15 min | 11 months ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Hello w. i. s. p. dot com mattress warehouse. Knows that buying a mattress can be tough with so many choices. Where do you start introducing bed match a patented diagnostic system. That determines your pressure points and recommends the mattresses that are best for your individual sleep needs and it's found only at mattress warehouse. Come try that match at a mattress warehouse near you. Visit sleep happens dot com for locations and get free next day delivery on select purchases warehouse. Pepe dot com. I'm alec baldwin and this is here's the thing california assembly woman lorena gonzalez speaks her mind in a tweet from may twenty twenty. She had some choice words for elon. Musk after she found out he was moving. His tesla plant from california to texas. Look i my mouth gets me in trouble. I if i said otherwise i say exactly what i think of what i mean. But you have to look in context elon. Musk has made a crapload of money. Off of california taxpayers. And if people don't understand why it's because everything he makes is subsidized by taxpayers. So the tesla's that flew off the market. Those all had taxpayer rebates on one hundred thousand dollar cars. People who didn't need the rebates. Were giving them because we want to encourage electric vehicles. His solar panels and solar storage had been highly subsidized by the state california. So taxpayers have helped make him a billionaire in california. We have really supported elon. Musk and coming from the labor movement. He hasn't really been too good on worker issues so he's been slapped down by the he's he's anti-worker he's had really some big safety problems in his facility. So i've always been a little irked like here. We are giving you taxpayer dollars. And you can't even abide by the law when it comes to union organizing that upsets me well during the pandemic he decided forget it. I don't like these orders. I'm to open up my factory. In fremont it doesn't matter what the county public health officers saying. And you're talking about an area where we had tons of latinos dying from cova. We have the spread. It was at roaring at the time so he brings back his workers and he says if anyone stop some he's gonna take his jobs texas. I mean at some point. Look every elected official in california should be saying. I won't say it here but go go away on this voyage llamas or is a point where whereas elected officials in. This kills me. It doesn't matter who it is. Who is getting things from us right. Leadership is also being able to make those tough decisions and say hey alright we like your product. We like what you're doing for the environment but by the way we've got rules and we're gonna it doesn't matter who you are you're gonna stick by the rules to it. Irks me that so many of our roles in in california in this nation we apply them disproportionately communities like mine and not to billionaires like elon. Musk and i think we have to be stronger about that. He has a lot of fans on twitter. And i got a lot of comes with the territory it does. I'm assuming that california similar to new york where the covert has driven some measurable amount of businesses out of the state correct. It's a high tech state. New york is really struck. I've got friends of mine. Who i mean people that i never dreamed. I mean in the ebb and flow of the fiscal health of new york. Now when the city most needs the money they're gonna have the lowest income tax revenue. They're raising taxes on everybody. It's really really painful. But a very very measurable and healthy number of people from my optics. I never dreamed they would leave new york as their home they might keep a little pieta tare there but who new york was their home new york city where their home and they were willing maybe not happy but willing to pay the taxes because new york was they're gone. They sold their homes. You moved to florida moved through. They moved than they figured. While i'm going to move. I'm going to go all the way i'm gonna move to a no tax state so many people who you take they'd rather die than live in florida. They're going to florida the same problem in california believing well. I think that's a story line. I think if you look at the numbers that doesn't quite add up. And i don't know exactly what's happening in new york but i will say california had its best budget year ever because we have created more billionaires during this pandemic than ever before and so unfortunately what we're facing in california. There's a lot of talk about the exodus. But it's not quite as real as people like to say when you look at the actual numbers and in fact our income tax revenues are out of control there so healthy because of the very rich that we have good for you but income inequality has become a real threat so as we continue to build billionaires in california in silicon valley continues to create new billionaires. We've got to figure out how we take care of people who just work for a living right. The people who service the tourism industry the people who serve people fast food the the folks who really are struggling to get by like always say the people who inspired me. The reason i am in politics is because you have folks who are on their feet working forty sixty hours a week. Multiple jobs specially immigrant communities like mine in the facts that they cannot afford housing or to put a little money away for retirement or send. Their kid to college is is something we've got to address. So yeah i got. It moved to a no tax state. Go ahead and get what you pay for. Look i don't wanna be in florida. Where building codes are in in in their approach to climate is so bad that that we have a mascot catastrophe happening. I'll pay my property taxes. I just i wanna make sure that we have an equitable society for everybody. Not just those at the top. I wanna live in the state that has good building codes. God it's just devastating. Just a brief question. Why secretary of state have you announced. You don't want to say that. On the air i did announce within. We had a little bit. I actually. it's on hold. Because i announced a few years ago early there have. There's never been a latina in statewide office. And so it is only demographic in california that has never achieved a statewide office so we announced we raise money and then our secretary state. Alex padilla was appointed by the governor to be a us. Senator and the governor appointed dr shirley weber an african american icon to the position of secretary state. So mike clans are little on hold until she finishes up now. It won't be an open seat in twenty twenty two. I had hoped. But the reason i am interested in secretary of state and i've done a lot of work on voting. In fact i authored the bill to to have automatic registration and we are now at eight percent registered voters. I think the more people who vote the more we open up democracy and and in california in the world you have elected officials who reflect real people. You have people who remember what it's like to have a mom who worked sixty hours a week. You elect people who remember what it's like to talk to the workers at the bus stop on the way to school. you know. remember what it's like to have a who immigrated here in whose papers don't quite match things the way they should so when you have a broader electorate you having more diverse elected officials. And then you have better policy. So that's that's why. I want to be secretary state eventually and continue to push the idea of having as many people participate in elections as possible. Thank you for the update. You're going to go.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on Malicious Life

"On march twenty fifth. Two thousand ten albert gonzalez stood for his sentencing from the new york times quote gonzalez. Who pleaded guilty to all. Charges set almost motionless as far as i saw. He didn't once look back at the gallery in the federal courtroom in boston where his mother said stoically while his father whipped into a handkerchief as gonzalez sister counseled him nor did he glance at his old colleagues from the secret service who also set in the gallery. Gonzalez just leaned forward and peered straight ahead at the judge is though the set of his head was unmistakable staring intensely at a computer he spoke just once a few sentences at the end. I blame nobody but myself. He said i'm guilty of not only exploiting computer networks but exploiting personal relationships particularly one that i had with certain government agency. Who believed in me. This agency not only believed in me but gave me second start in life and i completely threw that away so eventually albert was tried and convicted and sentenced to twenty years in prison. Twenty us with good behavior. He's expected to get out. Twenty twenty-five christopher scott was sentenced to seven years in prison. Stephen watt who wasn't directly involved in the crimes also got two years in prison. Petric pulled his feminine from poverty by cashing out. credit cards. Got five years and then there was the final member of the crew jonathan jinx. The only one who'd seem that inside of a prison cell before he knew that with everyone else in custody it was only a matter of time before somebody ratted him out and the feds would come again.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on Malicious Life

"Sabah. Reasons militias life. i'm rambling. This is the third and final part of our mini series on albert gonzalez. The hacker who while working as an informant and double agent for the secret service was hacking into the networks of some of the largest tweet till chains in the us literally hundreds of millions of credit and debit cards. What would it take for you to do. Really bad things to steal from others. Cheat on your spouse lie and deceive people who trust you in two thousand ten a reporter for the new york. Times visited the wyatt. Detention center in central falls rhode island. He sat down across from him was twenty eight year old a bit pale bloodshot eyes behind wire frame glasses. His baggy khaki jumpsuit hid. Just how thin. He'd gotten since his days as secret service informant. The reporter started his recorder and albert gonzalez began to reflect on. Why time and again. He chose to do such bad things the things that lended him where he was today quote. I've been asking myself. Why did i do it. I i did it for monetary reasons. The services salary wasn't enough. And i needed the money but then i'd already creative the snowball and head to keep doing it. I wanted to quit but couldn't in the opening episode in this series. We wondered what could have moderated albert to make such bad decisions saying for jonathan james. It must have been pathological some kind of obsession quote. I remember so many times having arguments with my mother when she tried to take he computer power cord.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on Malicious Life

"That's it for this episode. Thank you for listening following part one of the albert gonzalez series. We asked you over on twitter. The following question album gonzalez was arrested for the first time a age fourteen. Do you think possible to help keys. That get caught up in cybercrime and stop them from eventually ruining their lives. Three hundred thirty eight votes later the polls results where very decisive ninety two percent of you think that yes it is possible to help teams that get caught up in cybercrime. A few listeners even gave their own personal stories as joe. Taurus from georgia wrote quote ahead to explain the few computer related incident things on my security forms when i was joining the military. My dad policemen convinced me that computers were fed and they would go away but the world would always need cops became a cop for ten years before getting back into it. I was way out of the black hat. Mindset by then and quote at cubit bandit wrote quote definitely. I started out as cyber criminal was arrested multiple times and these days. I'm working in the industry and doing lots of ethical freelance work. I can think of both pros and cons regarding being criminal in the past. It's benefited means some weird ways and quote. One of the most interesting comments was the from. Tommy devos wrote quote. I was arrested multiple times as a kid and young adult for being a black hat spent five years in. Us federal prison as a result. I'm now a security engineer. And one of the highest payed bug bounty hunters in the world and quote. I told tommy. I'd love to hear his story. And he asked me to. Google million dollar hacker so i did and he got me to a bloomberg piece about tommy tens out. Tommy wasn't kidding. He is one of the highest payed bug bounty hunters in the world and that after five years in jail respect amazing a lot of people wrote about the need to mentor young and bright teenagers and help them put their skills to good use. Neuro split wrote for example quote. We've all done stupid things when we were younger. Mentoring them off the cybercrime path and offering them an opportunity is worth and quote and at ethical caps added quote. Yes definitely it's possible. We all know as teenager child can be molded into any direction so it also depends on us as adult hackers. Who are hacking for good to guide them in the best way possible and make them understand the difference between ethical and non ethical stuff and quote casts van kootenai from utrecht in the netherlands gave a fantastic example of how such mentoring can be done. He shared the link to a story about dutch. Cybercrime prevention program called hack underscore right apparently still in its initial pilot stage. That takes young people who are arrested for cyber related fences and helps them get on the right track personally. I must say that. I'm a little less optimistic. As most of our listeners seemed to be. I have no doubt that we should do all. We can to help teenagers in risk. But i also think that some people are born with personality traits that pulled them into these kinds of bad situations as this scenario at six is designs wrote quote or though i think they can be taught early on. Cybercrime is unethical. That temptation will always be there. Even now i feel the temptation many decades later. I know it's wrong. But it's like dropping catnip in front of a cat and saying no and quote but ultimately i agree with what certified hen holder seven wrote quote. The say no would imply that people are redeemable. Once a mistake is made and quote. And i do think that people can't change. It might take a long time but we all change eventually. Thanks to all the many listeners who took the time to comment on the pole. I'm sorry. I couldn't quote all of your tweets here. There were just too many also. Thanks to meek help in from ireland. Jason dance from new york and lane smith from massachusetts for reaching out to me on lincoln to say how much they enjoy the show and suggest topics for future episodes. You're awesome guys. Thank you very very much. There's always a website is malicious dot life. We can find all of our past episodes and full transcripts and you can find us on twitter at at militias. Life or at ran levy r. a. n. l. e. v. i. militias life is produced by media make nelson is a senior producer. Minoa body is our sound designer. Are you looking for someone to produce your podcast for you. Well we love technology and we love podcasts. Talk to me ran ran. Levy dot com thanks to suburbs in front of writing the podcast learn more siberian.

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"gonzalez" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

16:16 min | 2 years ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Go Mom an interview with the independent which I'm assuming is a local paper Gonzalez's mother was quoted as saying quote every time we ask for help for Daniel or Daniel did himself. We were told we would have to wait for our crisis to occur before he could get the help he needed so fucked up. It just really insanely fucked up common response and to this day and I mean this is taking place in London England. Yeah But this is a huge issue in the US today absolutely and we just watched joker was my third time last night and we spent there and I had a big discussion afterwards. Just about how the movie. It just makes A really valid statement on the The way mental health issues are treated. I mean not only in our country but around the world and just people are completely ignored and not taking seriously which leads to violence and murder and is just we do a whole episode on that but this This story right here. I just think is is something that is still very very relevant. Even though this took place almost fifteen sixteen years ago well in. Nineteen Ninety eight well granted. Yeah that was over twenty years ago. Yeah but the M- the murder. Sorry the murder themselves. Yeah you know sixteen years ago but anyways back back to the story of Daniel Gonzales So basically every time they ask for help even Daniel himself asking for help. They were repeatedly ignored on October. Twenty six two thousand three Gonzalo Gun. Gonzala 's himself wrote to his doctor stating that. He wasn't coping well. He felt suicidal and paranoid. The doctor suggested that can on solid go to the hospital. However no treatment occurred in two thousand three and two thousand four. Various doctors had concluded that Gonzalez post quote very little risk. Either to himself or others in fact shortly before the first murder one doctor stated that Gonzalez was quote doing very well without medication. Whoa over the weekend of September eleventh and Twelfth Two Thousand Four Gonzales attended a rave in Hackney where he partook in self-described massive amounts of speed molly cocaine and ketamine. Wow then on Monday September thirteenth. Two thousand four two days before the killing spree. Gonzalez was seeing sprinting. Around the family's property nude when his mother arrived home she found that the kitchen was littered with kitchen knives on September fifteenth just mere hours prior to committing his first murder. Gonzalez left what was up until that point the only sign of physical violence. He used the first murder weapon a kitchen knife to stab a sink in his home. Which left a small Dent So now we get on to the actual murders that same day. Gonzalez traveled thirty miles to the isolated coastal area of Ports Creek. A place popular with walkers and runners near Helsejs station Portsmouth sixty one year old. Peter King and his wife were walking their dog when Gonzalez's declare to the man that he was going to kill him though he suffered multiple stab wounds to the Chin and a minor slashing wound to the throat. King was able to fend off Gonzalez who muttered sorry. I'm a schizophrenic. I can't help it and then ran away. Oh my God beginning. Shortly before this attacked then continuing amidst his killing spree Gonzalez actually wrote letters to himself using an established nickname zippy. He gave himself pointers and wrote of his plans. Hopes and dreams. At one point he wrote that this murderer's undertaking was quote. One of the best things I've done in my life and another letter to himself. Gonzales concluded that he had failed to kill King because the knife that he had wielded was too short which led him to shoplift a pair of long knives from a department store the next day on September sixteenth. But he's doing great Medication absolutely not a threat. Not a threat to himself or others. After the attempted murder of Peter King Gonzalez travelled approximately thirty miles to hove another seaside town. He wore a hockey mask like Jason Voorhees of Friday the thirteenth fame and hidden some bushes. He jumped out and killed seventy three year old. Marie harding by stabbing her in the back. Then slashed her throat. She had walked remote path through a wooded area near Oakton Crescent East Sussex for ten hours beginning late on the night of the Sixteenth Gonzalez. Drink and a watson POB soon our adding alcohol to to the situation ten hours of drinking and then in the early morning of September seventeenth. He traveled nearly sixty miles to tottenham north of London. At Five thirty that morning he attacked forty six year old. Kevin Molloy in the street malloy. An Irishman and former pub landlord who had been described as a gentle giant was stabbed multiple times in the face neck chest and abdomen and died on the pavement at seven. Am in Hornsey. Four miles from the scene of the Malloy attack. Gonzalez forced his way into the home of fifty nine year. Old Koumas Constantino and his wife. Chris Stella they are awakened by a noise and saw Gonzalez's coming from their kitchen with one of their own knives which had been an eight inch. Blade the husband who despite having been stabbed. Numerous times in the forearms and chest was able to fend off. Gonzales by using a baby cradle. No way hope. The baby wasn't in it. I I hope the baby was in. I don't I don't think there was a baby. He was stabbed how many times I just end multiple times over his times in the. That's awesome yes So Gonzalez loss at knife in the struggle in Cristello ran into the street yelling for help. There is no mention that she had been harmed so that is good at least all right so now after the attack on the Constantinos Gonzalez now covered in. Blood was not only able to take a cab to highgate but was also able to buy another knife awesome. Not sure who would sell some uncovered in blood a fucking knife or what? Cabbie would be like. I'm sorry blood all over you I'm not taking you anywhere but now beginning in approximately eight. Am Gonzalez attempted frantically to enter a number of random homes in the area? Eventually in Highgate. He gained entry to the home of seventy six year old. Derek Robinson a retired physician for the underprivileged and his wife. Jean who is a sixty eight year old retiree who had a career with Christian aid which is a UK charity fighting global global poverty and injustice so to people who are doing amazing work to help other people have a tragic into their lives. He killed them both by stabbing them to death and committed his most brutal crimes. After the fact according to police Gonzalez call the experience. Quote orgasmic a local decorator a neighbor of the Robinson saw Gonzalez inside the Robinson's home nude covered in blood and phone. The police only a few hours after the last attack. Gonzalez was finally arrested in the subway. All right so now we're going to go on to the capture and trial of Daniel Gonzalez. Yeah after his arrest. Gonzales was held at Broadmoor which was a high security hospital where one doctor suggested that. Gonzalez was the sickest patient in residence while at Broadmoor. He was in full escort and always accompanied by custody. Officers wearing full riot gear wow Gonzalez engaged in continuous self injurious behavior in the form of attempting to rip out his own veins with his teeth. Ill Oh God at his arraignment Gonzalez claimed insanity which was rejected prosecutor. Richard Hoare well contended. That Gonzales was a psychopath that it was quote his very personality which led to the murders on March sixteenth. Two thousand six. The jury denied the defense's argument. That Gonzalez suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. Had the jury accepted this argument. Gonzalez would have been granted diminish culpability and would have been found guilty of manslaughter on every one of the six charges. Two attempted murders and four murders. Gonzalez received a verdict of guilty. Judge an gathered that Gonzalez would receive the mandatory life sentence. One for each of the attacks he would be remanded to broadmoor or a similar institution acknowledging that he was psychiatric ill but that did not preclude him from knowing right from wrong. For a period of several months at Broadmoor Gonzalez was considered to be so serious a case that he was kept in the intensive care unit on August. Ninth two thousand seven at eight. Thirty A M Gonzalez was found dead in his broadmoor cell. He committed suicide by using the jagged edge of a CD jewel case to his wrists. Oh Jeez so. This is Quite tragic story for everyone around because clearly this person needed help he needed psychiatric help. He needed medication. His mother pleaded for him to have help and even said does he have to murder someone before he gets the help he needs. He wanted help. These murders these four murders in these. Two attacks could have been prevented if people did their jobs. And so at the bottom of the article on the Criminal Code Site. There's an option to leave her apply Only one replied to the article was laughed and I want to read it now. Okay so this is from an anonymous person but I'm assuming it was from one of Daniel. Gonzalez's close acquaintances like this was written on March. Twenty second two thousand nineteen. Oh Daniel was a very well known person with money friends in nineteen ninety nine. A group of thirty teens all live together in an abandoned building. They all knew him as Zippy. Most of the group had nicknames a new. He had serious mental health issues witnessing him talking back to US forces or dribbling when he had been taking his meds however they all looked after him and he looked after them. He was very well known in both woking and the London Rave scenes zippy was taking medication that made him normal. He stopped taking it after a few of his friends took his medication and it turned them crazy. One was sectioned for a few days claiming to see in his words low-flying aircrafts trying to attack. Everyone was talking about what it did to those. Who took it making each other paranoid? So they wouldn't be tempted to take being kids not thinking about how that would affect someone who actually was paranoid. After this he did become paranoid. About what the medication did. And he started to come off his medication weakens. We spent in London at illegal raves. Weekdays causing havoc in the local town just being careless teens who had either been kicked out of or run away from home. The teens had come from all types of backgrounds many head drug and alcohol issues just starting zippy had a few girlfriends but by two thousand into the teens had grown up. Got Jobs or had families moved on. This is wins. Zippy started to become lonely. He started spending more time on his computer and his mental health started to get worse again. Everyone who knows him feels shocked by his actions but they knew how many struggles he had with his doctors or as medication along with his mental health. We all knew he was very unwell. But we didn't know Daniel the serial killer we knew zippy the side. Trans Loving always laughing party boy. It makes us feel sad knowing he heard voices and was not helped enough even when he asks for it himself. We don't agree with his actions at all but understood how it got so bad without the correct help. His story has so many layers and he is still misunderstood. He was failed many times and everyone who knew him feels awful for his victims and the families. If anything else we hope no one else is failed in this way again. What he did showed the monster that was buried inside but he wasn't always bad. He was not a loner who had no life or friends. He cried when he met our children and hugged us to try and make a smile. When we felt down he had spent many a time in and out of the Abraham Kollie Unit in Curtsy Hospital a unit for patients who needed to be suctioned. It's not been very well documented hunt so many flaws and not enough action taken to help. His case is horrific for what he has done and how it should have been prevented. He went from being on trial as a sane man who has never seen to begin with to be in class is one of Broadmoor six patients. This in itself shows how misunderstood and let down he was what he did was very very wrong and he won't be forgiven for that ever. The families of his victims are having to suffer for failed attempts. Get HIM HELP. So that was a letter written anonymously by one of his acquaintances. And I just think it's completely heartbreaking to know that Seoul much pain and suffering loss could have been prevented if we just took mental illness. Much more seriously honestly like I'm curious and I don't know if maybe read anything about this but at the trial when the judge basically was like you know you're GonNa go down for this. Do they mentioned the fact that like he you know if like his his attorney or whatever like mentioned the fact that like Hey. We've been trying to get this help. Prevent this and he's even like that's so appalling to me. I basically were like yeah. We are not going to help you. And now we're GONNA punish you for life because you are crazy and you ask for help but oh well you kill people. I mean yeah. I don't really know much about that. Other than the defense's argument was that he did suffer from paranoid schizophrenia. So they did know that he had mental health issues. Whether or not the ear..

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"gonzalez" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Twenty four million bucks and you know we talked Jim. We talked about Kris of few weeks ago. Oh who's what happens I Garrett Cole signs or Super Bowl fifty you know right and Garrett Cole signs before week fifteen in the NFL all season unreal so as a matter of fact. It's two weeks until Christmas and the Yankees. He's have coal in their stockings. Where am I heard that one? Where have I heard Great Great Guide and Mike Delta Authority an hour one mic? Drop that in the beanie of our show Brockman. I hadn't heard that line before and we're like Whoa and then my brother is driving around. Text me off. That's the top of the It's the headline atop the Los Angeles Times. Got A guy from Colorado calling and saying that's the instagram align at the MLB used to it's six million Liam followers last night. It was the first time I'd heard it. Thank you. It was nice. It wasn't it was news to us. But it was broken. Twelve hours Adrian Gonzalez. This is going to join us in studio. I just had a nice chat with him Last time I saw him was the dinner. We all had with family after his daughter and my daughter performed expertly in a local theater performance of frozen junior. Yeah our kids perform together play soccer together and now The dads are going to have a little bit of Down five time. Major League Baseball all-star All star Adrian Gonzalez who's got a lot going on in his career And he's going to be joining us here shortly. And what a date with everything that's going on in Major League Baseball Garrett Cole signing in Strasbourg signing and now rundown is on the market and who's GonNa go grab him can the nationals a key to the dodgers go for him now that the dodgers missed on-call the dodgers. Did you hear who their plan B. is now for Coal Madison Bumgarner. All right well apparently is interested in joining the dodgers. Let's do it so how about that. What if you're if if you are? Let's say this molest this Adrian Gonzales. You're left handed hitter okay and and you you occasionally occasionally more often than not you platoon all right. You have to go to dodger stadium for three-game set real Kershaw Bumgarner. Do you bring your bat that with you or I don't even bring my glove. I don't bring my spikes. I don't bring anything like my hat. That's it to sit on the bench pretty much. It's it I I don I mean. Let's not yourselves Jeff Passan of ESPN will join us. Top of hour number three Kevin pollock will be in studio As well from the Marvelous Mrs Mazel. He's a die hard bay area sports fan as well. He'll be joining us..

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"gonzalez" Discussed on Oddly Observant

Oddly Observant

13:51 min | 3 years ago

"gonzalez" Discussed on Oddly Observant

"Hello friends today's episode of the oddly observant podcast. I have another friend on the show. He is although Gonzalez what's up man. How's it going come pretty good. How're you doing doing great man or background for our viewers in our listeners so I guess technically I'm the CTO of tuner incorporated currently working on making brass roots pretty much the things that I'm doing like responsibilities I am not only managing the product addict but also planning for the product and things like releases and stuff like that and then outside of that basically any technological need not to say that like I necessarily have to have like the final say or or something like that but like you're the go-to Guy for sure on the go to tackle is for the time being you know and demystify this a little little bit. Aldo is a computer developer for the grassroots APP and really anything that touches code although has a say say the actually San and takes us where we're GONNA go and I've learned so much from Aldo throughout this experience and I know mean mean although our friends on a personal level but on a business level I think we challenge each other everyday because we come with very different rent point of views but we're both fascinated by each other's work and I think we're always trying to learn from each other f. Lee I mean and not only with you. I would say with everyone in the company right now. You know like Chris Cameron sure I mean at least for me like I believe all y'all are smarter than me in a lot like most areas that I don't like should should about concussions yeah yeah. We're we're. We fall all within. It rules and all that so. I think that started dude. I mean it's definitely like famous speeches a thing yeah I mean I think America was built off of it so it's just important to and we mess with the technical side. I think it's important to never let your freedom of speech speech b-breached and written reasonable case of course yeah because I mean why should why should someone else have the right to tell you what you can say what you can't say you you know unless you're being employed with them are employed by them in like you're on their dime at any given time like during the day or whatever than there then then you know that that makes sense yeah. I I think we passionately agree on that and I know I have the more I got to callers. Surges realized there's layers to freedom and freedom of speech is one of those base layers. If you're listening to a previous podcast mean cameron talked about a baseline technologies and and I can do this to here's TC IP was a base layer and everything else was or TCP TCP IP was a base layer and everything else got built on top of it and I see that happening again with the freedom stuff right yeah with freedom and I I mean sorry in my life personally. I see that happening again and it's been nice to like. 'cause you learn about it. When you're in school. Freedom this is what America's America's freedom and as you go through different systems that are within America you start to learn was true was not. I think one thing that's always rained. True is that freedom of speech is literally the most important thing whether that's an person online unless you know obviously you gave a constraint right. That's makes perfect sense and I think that's something we gotta stay. Stay forceful about that's what makes America America definitely. I mean I mean you. You know you gotTA. Do your part heart like similar to thing. Forget the saying exactly but it's like if you see evil happening or something and you don't do anything about it when you're not necessarily on their side but you're at least not on the side of the good I guess and what whoever's is seeing situation but it's definitely important yeah definitely born yeah. I mean it's important for everyone to check. Each other in like being offended for someone else is kind of like why yeah you know what's what are you getting out out of that like. Let's take that energy make it positive and let's make a change yeah. Exactly I mean yeah for sure I mean it starts with you. It'll be the change you want to see in the world. Yeah the individual can influence local which can influence the community which can influence state which can influence the nation yet can influence the world yeah and you only you only have to do once you start at ones and I think with the Internet nowadays it makes it easier are for the chain of events happen and more people are allowed to have that chain of events and I think I get us back on. I guess to get us back on track. technology side is an freedom is that America is a beacon of freedom and has been in the past and the future hopefully and the the Internet is it's such a global and such an open thing that there's it's almost like there it was built to be free and I hope in America that we always stay true that and keep it free and don't get too greedy because we do have some of the best companies in the world and I hope that doesn't put us in a make ourselves blind. Two things will happen in the future or greedy moments. Yeah I mean you gotta think history repeats itself. It's definitely important for the older generations to teach young and ways that are yes through your lands and your your subjective like standpoint viewpoint or whatever but trying to be as unbiased as possible and just giving the facts as they are and letting the younger generation make their own signed up but also teaching them to be aware. Yes just be more aware of what's going on around you. What's what you're doing. You mean higher affecting other people the things that you're using and how you know getting into products and stuff like that. There's a whole slew things from technology to food to anything. I'm like that is just a a number of regulations that have to be in place. There's a number of like issues like how to be addressed. Things like that and I think it's so on the Internet specifically typically. It's so fascinating because there's a symmetric information. The people that do know about technology are almost it's at a bigger advantage on the Internet and people that don't more than any other. If you get to compare them I make an any other. Industry has to another industry. Sorry so these people that have these technical skills have asymmetrical information and thus in a way not that I wanNA force like virtue on them but it's it's important developers and what people that work on the Internet and make their living off the internet kind of stuff. They're putting into the Internet because the Internet is is really just a projection of our limbic system and away our desires. Our wants are are what we're curious about so we really have to put good things into that. and I would imagine the Internet would output something very positive again. Yeah I mean you're definitely not to say that like everything thing would for sure be good because you're definitely going to have but it's limited as much as possible you know and and then yeah. I definitely agree you. WanNa promote to get as much as possible and I think if you're putting good energy into like having a good intentions and you're you're actually being open delake new possibilities in new viewpoints of over the other people wildly different than yourself then. I mean you're making something that's GonNa be hopefully of better use to a majority already more of a majority of people you know and honestly I think that's one of the thing I want to try to have the podcast be as an open runway for these ideas and these different different different ways of thinking come together and coalesce and have new insights and again. I want America to stay with his mindset as well because 'cause I think America can be so much better than we are and we can really with the technology we can really you make some positive change happen but there's always always always the other side in any math equation any life event. There's always the the negative and I think your point unawareness just hyper accurate. Awareness is the most important thing and I think as a whole as a society were slowly waking up. Were very slowly waking up yeah and I mean I don't know if you agree with the idea that unions are kind of like a hive race where now with the Internet that's kind of like unlock another level for us as a race and like like a thing you know in the universe like we're able to share information nearly instant instantaneously Taniwha slowly. Get kinda going back to the freedom of speech thing. You know it's it's important to let everyone have the same sort of platform. I can get behind the idea that like of course there's celebrities and athletes and things like that political figures you obviously more in the limelight or more important maybe not more important but for everyone has voice more popular than everyone should have an equal voice yeah no one should should be blocked or impeded upon based on any number of factors. You know whether it's on money you have the way you look the way you act things like that or the job you have where you live like. Those things shouldn't be deciding factors because everyone situations wildly different. Your it's the crap shoot of where you're born in the world. You know so you could be born some really nice he bought some people is bad. Yeah I've always heard a weird or actually not weird. A very interesting things thing is let me pose a question. The against directly to you is if you right now could have the choice of repeating your birth and having a different mother and that could be literally anywhere in the world you know World War Two in in eastern European country or the son of a billionaire would you even would you. Redo it I would I would say most people have the same answer. I would hopefully hopefully everyone they know. Isn't it fascinating that pretty much across everybody. That's been pulled on that question. Everybody Says No. We all love our situation. I think it gives us perspective too when we are in hard times is like okay. I wouldn't wanNA. Redo that that moment because like your mom is something close to you and you wouldn't want to even if you had the odds of being way in a quote unquote better situation you. WanNa take those odds. You're happy with what it was and I think that's cool thing about the human mind yeah I agree. It's interesting like I think the reason at least personally why people are like are GonNa say no to that is because of the emotional connections that they have with memories there and the people that they know in real life. You know like you said mom like you know. People have moms dads hopefully and then like grandparents extended family brothers sisters like you know you have a slew of memories with them all yeah whether they're good or bad it's like they're so memories that you have with people in your life and almost having having a memory is like having one memories almost better than having none at all and I know that's Cliche in situations. That's not true but in general it usually is that people don't want to Redo what they did but it because it made them who they are and allow them to transcend end to be where they are in do what they're doing. I think that's a really very cool thing and I think again to kind of close off the subject of freedom. I think think America should keep these things in mind and always allow everyone to speak and let's be wary of what technological logical great things can come but let's also be aware of what technological negative things can come from the United States and let's do what we can to make sure it's going in positive direction. Let's get into another thing I know you like ally or actually we both like overwatch almo- overwatch fans. y'All need to come. Come listen to podcasts because it will probably be talking about this a little bit more. Let's break it down. Tell hosts about the overwatch league although and tell us about who's your favorite team and tells what overwatch is and tell us why you like playing it. Oh okay so sorry or I don't mean to remorse you..

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