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"gosper" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"Three and I is phenomenal. Course i've talked about it so much that i feel like i'll just leave it there all right. Let's get back to the article. Let's get back to this concept about gossip so where we left off gossiping as a social skill. what makes a good gossiper. Good gosper is somebody who people trust with information somebody who uses that information in a responsible way when you find out the person that your friend has a crush on has a bad reputation for cheating and you'll let your friend know not to hurt your friend but as a warning or if you find out the somebody in your company is not a team player and you let other co workers. No so that they can try to avoid working with that colleague. That's where people feel in general that can they were. Gossip can be a good thing and it's interesting because people may not even view that as gossip they might view it as sharing information. But i like that social psychologists definition of gossip meaning that it is anything where you were talking about somebody who isn't present but the key is that you're sharing information in an appropriate way that is helping others. Sarah goes on the bad gossip or on the other hand is somebody who shares information about others in order to get ahead or to get an advantage themselves or just they share things just recklessly others don't tend to trust quote bad gossipers with information when they have it if you can't she says if you can't keep your mouth shut that your friends marriage is on the fritz You let your entire circle of friends no about how another friend did poorly on an exam than in those scenarios. Are you speaking more about your ability to be trusted versus. Hey i'm sharing this information. Because i'm worried. I'm just hoping to protect or lookout for somebody and science has shown that gossip can be a source for good and it can actually help maintain social. The research has shown that a lot of gossip has both positive. Effects and moral motivations explains rob wiler professor of sociology and director of the polarization in social change laboratory stanford university who studies the social forces..
"gosper" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Me. And i saw it went up the mississippi state strength coach. Pops honor when dak prescott number there. I touched on that. I hope he hears about that. Because i feel like when when i start town feel like the football team. He didn't stay mississippi state very much longer after that. I don't know if they hounded on him and made him too. But i'm as tough guy every one of those gosper team if they ever did that. They did but just won't end to know like mad. Respect the bob especially and Lobbied the state players get account Kept on and on went undefeated I did lost his amateur but it was really terrible. Call from the refs or else was to sure. Awful apple rematch. The guy beaten beat everybody else on on only all is a pro and people also say big bad christian was they've never heard of organic teddy older For a regional title Knocked out a lot more dangerous than ever mention christian edwards. Are you know a lot of a lot of people Yep and then. I've worked the job and all this other stuff going on the old time of work sawmills bill couches Desk jobs on enough. None at all. put myself through it man. Nobody ever helped beats up other moms and my dad. I don't really I love all love and support. That people are giving me that that has always been there but physical.
"gosper" Discussed on MLB Gambling Podcast
"G. p. Okay we went six and we went into with all the three ws been our dogs so two solid weeks of prophet. I'm where we're gonna go this week. Moon off we let you can hit. Leadoff your in your in the city. It's supposed to be a really looking for you. You get these picks up. This is going to be a potent of your weekend. You give me to win and picture and you're gonna go home and bond what you go. I'll be the trade turner. Lead it off Let's go saturday. justin that we just talked about the giants versus the cubs. I'm gonna take the giants or online era minus the one and a half versus the cubs. The money line is gonna be juicy. Probably north of two hundred. So i think you may be able to get a a lower South of a two hundred favored price on the giants. Here it'll be kevin kevin guzman versus zach davies on the mound Kevin gosper has been solid all season. Long ago that we've talked about especially on the road this season seven and two with the one point nine five era This season he face a cubs wants this season. He pitched seven innings allowed only two hits and did not give up any runs to the cubs. Giants are three and one against the cubs. This season not a big sample. Obviously because they're not in their division but You know the cubs. They pretty much gave it up after the trade deadline like we saw with the guys that they traded away In the giants. I mean they just beat up on the bad teams like they did against rockies this past week meanwhile for the cubs like mentioned davies on the mound. Six ten with five point one six era with a one point five to whip at home. This season is four and six to five point. Five eighty ra so This might be just just batting practice for the giants here. I think they should take care of business He has one star. Does dag davies against the giants. This season it was not pretty. You went four and one third of an inning. Eight hits allowed. Four earned runs in the giants were batting. Four hundred against him in that game so Definitely don't recommend the money line here. It'll be juice probably north of two hundred but i do like the run line. I will be playing this at minus one and a half minus two and a half men also probably be taking the giants team total orleans game before our show purposes. I will be taking run line. Giant saturday kevin gosper versus the cubs. In fact days. On the mound. Off saturday for my dog again. It'll be the tigers. I five money. Line versus the tampa bay. Rays lewis patino versus. Casey mayes may mayes and scarfs..
"gosper" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"He wondered whether it was immoral to shut the computer off after he got into particularly interesting. Play of the game. Wow yes there is the to me. The reason i love the game of life is exact as you said a clear 'lustration that from simple initial conditions with simple rules. You know exactly how. The system is operating deterministic. And yet if you let yourself If if you allow yourself to lose that knowledge little bit Enough to see the bigger organisms that emerge and then all of a sudden they seem conscious. They seem cautious living. If if the universe is finite we're all living in the game of life to slow down. I mean the sped up a lot But do you think technically some of the ideas that you used for analysis of algorithms can be used to analyze the game of life. Can we make sense of it. Or is it too weird. I've got. I've got a dozen exercises in my for festival six. That actually work rather well for that. But bill gosper came up with the with the algorithm That allows allowed golly to your town thousands of times faster you know. The website called golly l. l. y. It simulates saudi automata. A game of life you got you got to check it out. The can ask you about john conway. Yes in fact i. I'm just reading now. The the issue of mathematical intelligence that came in last last week. It's a whole issue. Devoted to to heal memory Remembrance of him did you know him. Ice i slept overnight in his house several times. I recently passed away. He got he died a year ago. New may think it was Of.
"gosper" Discussed on MLB Gambling Podcast
"I was delighted. Disturbed take take every Yes scott stood well with aj alexa. We've we've done a few times. Take a rookie pitcher on his first. Stop because this may be not as much or as much info particularly with them nothing from the minor leagues last seasonal Alternate sites and stuff like that. So that's been quite teaching source of winners and scott took advantage of the. All party is diamondbacks game. Reminded me of the orioles game that are pick last week think it was the reas which finished twelve to eight and were kind of competitive and scored runs without ever really giving you the impression that we go to win the game so you know i could run fear and deduct which is trying to all you can hope for some time and we did also on the road and we'll probably going to do something similar tonight. We looked at a brewers giants game now fully aware that obviously we have our discussion topic steering the season. We've looked right side of the world series. All leagues that we've done the divisions two or three times and then the individual was. Well those are the kinds of things that we can't really do now that the race is a kind of settle down the the awards accounting to settle. Be there's only so much futures you can give out and you can't futures if given the president so Fully wherever that. We don't want to just keep flogging. Today does so what we did. The giant series retained. All right i think between we kind kinda got the games to in one. Maybe the debates. Maybe a little bit better you. Might you go three three or four because we have a couple of I five the money lines in a couple of things. I'll go to the first. One was the monday night which was coburn burns. The brewers will not want free to one We suggested between us. The brewers money lying on the unders as so. That's a two for two. And then the tuesday night. We took it down as well. Yeah tuesday we brewers. While that game six two was brandon would refer says johnny cueto. Moore's got up six starting to through ford. I think that was gonna be too much for the giants to come back from again. I think we had the i five innings money line and then I think every single total for this series was around seven and a half. So i think one game was at tuesday and that went over the total Wednesday i the one that i- handicapped on. The week went on the chin. There kevin gosper and he. He's been doing so well but he's kind of faltered a little bit league gone by win. Yeah and i think he's finally starting to regress because He was off to that rule. Hearts hot start at the beginning of the season And the bats were able to get going either here so But the you know the game ended up going under but brewers got that victory five two. So they've won all three of these games so far have the yeah absolutely..
"gosper" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Wants to make mistake or be the one that costs some terrible crisis happened. And you've now cost a company thousands of dollars and it's gonna cost this much time and people energy to fix this thing now And of course nobody wants to get to that but sometimes things happen and so even if it's something little i think it's about when mistake when a mistake or a failure failure. It's not that bad. It's just something that didn't work. Something went badly. And we're gonna fix it and again for me and it's a learning opportunity to become absolute. Learning for mesa is a masonic dutch. And i'm just trying to remember a thinker. Was jack welch. Might have been the ceo of she at the time all anyway not important menu. I've been company ceo very famous. Well respected well known and well. Credential ceo of jack welch And those wannabe senior management teams might a huge error in judgement cost to company. Tens of millions of dollars. And when that happened. They turned up in the office of the ceo. And said while. I guess you gosper my resignation now for having that mistake and the response was why would i do that. I'm just missed. Just invested tens of millions of dollars in your education. It's a great. It's a perspective thing in that same way. The person who came in and was like i about to be fired. Or i'm going to get in trouble. They're worried so again. There's like there wasn't a feeling or a known culture feeling of it's gonna be okay And of course tens of millions of dollars a little stair on generally most people are getting to that point but even just like a staff member holes and this really bad situation. Interaction occurred like if it's like a customer service related type thing I feel like i what i have realized works. Well is when you're curious about what had happened regardless right but it's not about whose fault it was. The house one is that it's like during trouble you made a mistake. No customer Alex someone's in trouble but if it's about fixing process or fixing Someone's understanding you want to understand the situation so you've got asked all the washington okay. Well what happened. What did they say. What did you say what did you do next. Where leave everything. Did you know that you could have gone to. This person asked xyz It's trying to understand what went down so that the education learning part is. I understand what happened. So that i know why are where something went awry or was missed or misunderstood and now that was not great. It's sometimes there are also also repercussions but also now you know how to fix it for the future for that staff member or maybe it was something in my process that i forgot to mention something. And so they didn't know and it's not their fault that they didn't know and then something It's about understanding and trying to fix it or the future Versus being who's to blame because that's not the culture that i think we all that is very strong in some industries. I think we're trying to show chevy. Yeah you talked about later shape before. And i think it's that blind coker is stronger than ever in politics all across the world as far as i can say certainly here in australia. It's very strong. Nobody taking any responsibility in the government leadership just blaming everyone else for what's gone wrong with a vaccine rowland and what's gone wrong with them. Yeah the the economy because of lockdowns in the pandemic and so on. And that's just Everybody's sort of saying this is the way the country's leadership behaves it's blind things. Yeah it becomes about whether it's in politics or work or personal at whatever it becomes it has been come Oftentimes an us versus them. But it's like especially worth like we're supposed to be a teen and like i'll have your back if you have mine on work hard for you. I want you to work hard for me. But i gotta understand and i want you to understand for me like transparency and communication managing expectations as here with people. So that you can be team is so important. Because if someone's worried all the time of like are they going to have my back. Am i gonna get gonna get in trouble. That's people are not going to function at their highest potential. If they're worried about all these other things yes team versus versus them. Everybody world cried while team. Yeah so i think on that narrative could time move onto the buzzed. Sarah innovation round. Where i asked the seinfeld questions of all of our guests and the idea is that you share some tips with the listeners to inspire hey him over to do something really awesome to die as a result high. Wilty my best. So what do you think the number one thing is anyone to do to be more innovative. I mean innovation is about new stuff right and so it's hard to. It's hard to think of something new. So i would encourage people to lean into that kid thing and it's questioned some like questioned everything but getting finding ways to get out of your head right because when you try to question everything we still have our assumptions so sometimes doing the Like silly superlatives. If you're trying to problem something like think about it in a totally ridiculous different way. Like i've moved with people Just as like a fun question. I think it's okay like what's the most expensive way. You could fill a pool with cereal and milk like like. It's f- superlative the most expensive or the most ridiculous or at the jeep est were using the most people. Like what thinking about something in in like a completely ridiculous. They to kind of get out of your own head I think can really help that in the idea of question everything. There's also i feel like i've heard this anecdote. I don't remember what show is from it. Like when writers for show or something are in the writer's room and have the writer's block with second can't can't stuck the plotline. You can't get past how to make this work and there's the idea of kind of like jumping the shark maybe not inside actually doing it for the show. But we're your. Let me throw out a really ridiculous idea. 'cause it's like permission to be like well. Everything's going to be better than this. Dumb idea is throughout So trying to go extra far in some direction to gable to kind of come back and think about incident different way be.
"gosper" Discussed on World Cafe
"You know in in be productive. That was challenging for me Initially because when. I made when you know when i made my first album was just songs. I accumulated over over the time and it was mostly alone when i you know was alone when i wrote those those tunes and you know i had to shift into the you know collaborating with other people but the great thing is is like some good music transpired from from you know the collaboration. Yeah i mean it makes sense when you're being creative in a way you're at your most vulnerable absolutely. It always seemed like a scary. I mean i don't make music but that's one of the things where i've always been like. I don't know how you go into a room and just be like here. My innermost thoughts. And i'm you guys like them. Yeah the collaboration aspect. It's an impressive thing. We're gonna finish with a zombie. You collaborated on born again. Which you've been talking about a little You didn't work on this song alone. It features musician producer. Composer songwriter robert. Gosper we listen for in the song man. I really love this tune. You know it was the perfect song to kind of set the tone of this album. We were able to have robert. Gasper contribute his his vibe to it warn again. It's almost parallel to the concept of like spiritual newness in the bible and during the pandemic. I you know felt that almost purification in in a way. I don't know no. I get what you mean. It's it's like a reset for. I think people you know that makes sense. Let's hear it. It's born again leon. Bridges with brother glass desk feelings. John again featuring robert glassberg from leon bridges new album gold diggers sound is out now leon. It's been so talking today. Thank you so much likewise thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm marina doris back..
"gosper" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Therefore it has a different way to track more sellers. But we're not done my business. Oh go ahead please. While i was gonna say in my business that translates to your cost per contract acquisition right. So how much is it going to cost me to get a seller in contracts in and we'll give you just a couple of good examples. Our call center across for contract was eleven hundred bucks in the paper. Clay gosper contract was twenty seven hundred bucks. Different peyton mailers thirty seven hundred dollars so there's incremental ways but what might just described is so critical. You're getting the home seller to raise their hand under what fears. They have in their mind. What is my problem. What solution are you able to market to the home seller and get them to raise their hand. That drives us down your cost per lead which drives down your cost per listing contract. I heard an interesting statistic that Realtors would love to be a cost for contract at a half a percent right. That would be a really really great cost per contract using your sphere of influence and things like that. You're definitely going to be able to get that done right Now your cost per listing when you're outside of your spirit lewis when you're doing farming you can expect a more expensive Cost per contract but mike. How much does Average realtor workout makeup listing. There's a cycle of business that a waterfall business. That happens. After that i listen which is why listings are critical to any realtors business yet. They were both their referral. Based there's a couple of margaret. It's like he's margaret to your throat. Just put in there you become more verbal. Trust me if you help. Someone flipped their own house. They make an eighty thousand dollars more. That person is going to send you three or four more people in the next twelve months. It's like if just they're just a total dick like you help someone so well and they they become your fan Though by your shit and then they'll tell you people about. It's why this podcast has done so well. Like people like our content right. We tell it how it is an in exchange you guys come and buy some of our shit. That's how this business where it's all business works so Let's keep going with more of these programs Was do selling. Stay dustin right now. Let's explain this a little further to people. But how many people right now because you have a you have all the data. Dozens data nerdy knows every statistic. You could imagine how many people right now here copa county. Do you think would probably want to leave if they could. But they can't because they have nowhere to go. A lot of them would love to sell their house if they could right but they can't because they can't find another house if that's what you're saying lamb. Sorry let me phrase it how many people would like to cash out of their house right now but not leave. It just rented back many many many many especially the aging population right..
"gosper" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"You can get an msa and you could literally not have any of those skills and still get one bucks. Just dry our need to do my own are we need to do a calls great together so she helps me in a way that you know she. She thinks differently to me so she knows she'll say something like a practical aspect or you need to teach them how to do this list. 'cause you forget wednesday things the second nature to you. You forget how it was like when you didn't learn any of those things near so she co she is a bit will fresh in that way and says look. I struggled with learning how to do this. So if you teach them how to do it this way and be descriptive about this. They'll learn ex wives. And so the first time i put power chain on. I'm like why am i doing it. And like you know what the hell does easy. but i i'm doing the simple thing that you can think of right and it's great that you have the input from your wife and great because it's so easy once you become efficient and proficient something to forget. The struggles of the learner and the learner will struggle with so much more basic things. And you have a thought and it's nice to be grounded in a way and think. Hey i can simplify something but actually making exponentially more valuable. Yeah yeah. I completely agree with the jazz and within not eight. Within eight people will have three hugh o. Hugely experienced who actually done other coast is ready. You know so this might be like the another diploma that they're doing just because you know they want whatever way offering And then i'll have you know another three nothing and then everyone else sits in the middle so it sometimes awed if you had a bigger group to tailor to all those things tool those sorts types knowledge for. I think if you'd page things to the people who know nothing and simplify even the people who think they know loads. Get out of it actually. It's just another way of doing it so they might say. Oh i've never thought about doing it. Light la so you know. I'm full of breaking things down like trying to make things easy. Our share. Any kind of pearl know how to send things whether it's attachments. I saw point retract. His all and using this project for this patient will know just making things easy clinically audible fits retainer on roy bresso touted all this things. But also you know in the real world how to keep your costs down row to be efficient clinically efficient outs protocols in place how then present cases to patients upstate. Good concerned Patient for your three percent analogy is aimed. Go by that. I'm sure you see smash that we really enjoyed your teaching today. Gos- your the way you explain. Things really enjoyed it. And i love the fact afraid to become a controversial. Because i think that's gonna make for really love. I'm expecting lows of messier's of god gossip blue mind because this is really fun. Chat a while now just flew right by really appreciate you coming on today. Gosper please send me the link for your call sockets ticket on the show as well. So i don't get bombarded with messages. They can just god website and click on and find us well. Chairs man thanks upper. There's a few things here that you didn't say so you use a myriad of uses that really.
Tehmina Goskar Critically Engages with Curation, Wherever It Happens
"For the past six and a half years more or less weekly museum. People gather on twitter for something called museum our together. These people form a peer to peer community supporting discussion and debate between those who work in enjoy and challenge museums society. That's the beauty of museum. Our is entirely independent. It is not an organization is just about holding a space so other people can talk with each other. This is dr to meena car who co-founded museum our back in october. Twenty fourteen gosper also founded the curatorial research center. Hello my name is to mean a costco. And i am the director and curator of the curatorial research center and that's an organization. I started back in two thousand eighteen very much to support fellow curator's from around the world and also to make progress in modernizing curatorial practice this month gosper officially steps back from her role in museum. Our i wanted this to serve as both exit interview and a chance to highlight other projects that she has founded based on her curatorial. Philosophies museum i started can october two thousand fourteen sophie balancer. Who was the co founder with me got together over twitter. We've never met in real life. Goodness knows whether we ever will. Sophie was based up in the north of england. I'm based in the far west of cornwall. That we both decided we'd give the idea of the discussion based hours that were kind of finding their feet on twitter at that time so we decided to give it a go and it's grown and grown and grown and changed a lot since then of course twitches also changed hugely in terms of who participates. Who feels confident about speaking out. Who likes in the background. There is a lot of polarization on the platform. Now and so we've changed adapted museum iowa to all of those trends that we've seen happen including it's growing politicize ation as well. If i'm being honest i've kind of treated the whole thing. Even six and a half years own as an ongoing experiment in trying to understand how it is people like to communicate with each other and how it is that you can provide some kind of support for this peer to pay contact is what we're really after on museum archipelago. We look at museums as a medium and twitter is also a medium one that has changed since museum. Our started six and a half years ago since then. Twitter has shifted from a simple subscriber model. One we you see all the tweets from the people you follow the order that they tweeted to a system that uses algorithms that optimize for other factors such as engagement with the tweets. This can make a global conversation about museums. Difficult with the change in. How twitter is managed. And how the concept of driving engagement and algorithms are dictating. What we see on our timelines. There has absolutely been an impact on museum our because of that. We've got to work much harder to try and get ideas for topics for example people's ideas out to as broad an interested audience participation group that we can and that has proven very difficult in fact particularly of late because people's timelines also manipulated by twitter's algorithms and because they're so much more noise on twitter than there was so. I'm kind of glad that museum. Our has managed to hold its own. It retains a light structure. It does support those intimate conversations as well as supporting bigger thoughts and opinions and even ones that people disagree about in one space. I've participated in even hosted a few museum hours. And the thing that reminds me of the most is a museum conference or at least the conversations that you might have at museum conference which is yet another medium but interestingly docker says that museum our has never been about recreating that experience. That certainly isn't the kind of experience you usually get unless you Fortunate enough to be able to afford to go to very expensive. Large international museum conferences. For example like the newseum association conference in the uk or any of items conferences but we've never really perceived if museum hours to fill that kind of gap with still kind of exploring what it is that we think we're doing and that's just by way of being very honest about no having an agenda and letting sort of the emergent process of museum our happened
"gosper" Discussed on The Leviathan Chronicles
"For call. She picked up another rock and four. Don't let the crewmen evacuating because lips were wet. Where he wanted the men like a dog secondly emotion quote abi side harlequin was desperately trying to lift a heavy piece of master washed up on the shore. He intended to use it as a weapon but was still too weak to lift. It broke from my angeline. An howling he left was to try to get out of his way. The be sunk. Its mouth into the side of harlequins basement. Control back pieces of flesh in his mouth. Evangeline sprinted aboard or clenching both our hands together and striking the beast's neck trying to collapse his windpipe protected himself in time. Evangeline stood her ground kicking. Vote up between the legs down half the monster was badly swayed. Registering pain is more of a nuisance than something crippling. He punched evangeline hog knocking down into the time leaving her head ringing and strong nearing his her face and chest. He read back in house with trial actually felt dizzy and she realized how much blood she was. Losing the injuries on her chest southern was thrown off eventually banou struck in head on his hands who is drawn smack as he tried to ignore the closest slashed at his rhode shredding his hood and raking across the space boardwalk scores court on the news quoting him to cry out releasing gosper breath. Photo panted from nine minutes and then ran back towards evangeline. Who was just getting back on his feet. These slashed his misshapen closet keeping her robes and opening the skin on left arm evangelist hands. Defense and the monster slashed again. Severi haram from her body voter knew he was winning the fight me just another few blows to exact revenge that was five centuries in the making..
"gosper" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"It. Hasn't been the aggregation of of content and media buying They could have been And their opportunities they afford to create a high level of well Feber short period of time. An that's the theory of of the private equity firms do not your CBC another product. We fenzl who interested in getting into the arena of rugby. So you would think because of that. There are brighter stronger commercial years ahead of the sport. And that's a good position to be. There's a sort of inevitable cove in nineteen question but I'm just wondering what your is it. A sort of this is beyond rugby really but across sport people are looking and saying okay a lot of the things that we took a certainties and fixed sort of things in the calendar and various rights deals etc are now less certain things are is a period of change. A lot of people saying this is going to be a you know either. A great leap forward is a of a lot of people putting forward this. You know the changes that were happening slowly will suddenly happen. What's your what's your sort of you. Broadly on on where we are today. Yeah look it's it's like oil crises you try to find How you can use crisis to to get some winds in some places but it is a crisis. I mean you can look at it any way you like. This is a quite devastating period for all of sport. Live Sport And you it really is. I mean you look at situations where leagues in the Rugby World Tournaments and so on. We're not sure hell no be suspended for. We have play his Wondering about the future And they salaries administrators in the same position unions and clubs who will be stretched to the brink and beyond some Sets a very very very difficult time for for sport An rugby's pretty young professional sports. It's it's it's complex. But within that also facing in the rugby world they certainly this point a lot of desire for the different entities who not come together as well as they probably could have in the past. I assume working together as best. They can define solutions. Wave run knows enough to make compromises but finding ways through the calendar finding ways to share revenues finding ways to to allocate reserves whether it be out of rugby or elsewhere for the greater good yet. Is this some opportunities? I think they'll be opportunities coming out of this. Maybe more optimal calendar for the sport. I brought back into that because there's all sorts of scenarios but we can sense that we will Got The desire to find a better calendar for the sport and a better unity for the sport around these different entities that exist an. That's been very helpful to date now. We're not through it yet and the outcomes yet either so again. It's still a bit early days but this Couching signs on that front. That's good thing hopefully will come out of this Sooner rather than later because the longer guys on the it will be much much longer for values for broadcast markets. The sponsorship markets suppliers everything to recover from from what he's GonNa devastating period. Who is your first call on when the there was a you know when you realize that this is really as you say is a crisis when you say who was the first call. Who DID I call? Yeah rescue aren't I can't really sing Luxembourg young for quite some time when you think about it. It's relatively recent weeks but I think he could see very quickly. Things moved so fast. I mean I can just even remember back to the few weekends. Where failing Australia's watching on TV goes to watch. And if play games the out front of Empty Stadia closed closed games and Sony keep immediate is up for a while. We get used to that again as things come back. That may be an option for some sports will be option to some sports play in front of a close stadium and so on but account remember who the first call was. It's all just happened so fast. As as we know now each day falls into the next as we as we get up and sit on our on our on zoom conferences. All through the day so I can do. I think we're all talking to each other constantly so there was no one coal we could. It must be very quickly. There must be a sense of in some ways relief that you've got the World Cup you got through the World Cup before. This happened of empathy for those people that are you know. They'RE BIG STORE EVENTS. I say selfishly. We do occasionally say to our souls. My goodness what. We lucky that we did get that through an an an unsealed me because each well cups that fund most of the world game The model for well. Rugby is an make money in the World Cup. Which is probably about eighty five percent of our revenue every four years then spent the next four years investing that money into the game globally and so on so in that sense. We're very lucky. And it's all SEGR- punished our reserves to a certain extent world's heading towards a a a hopefully strong Rugged copying France with a lot of underwritten revenues assured already and so on. But this event been how long it lasts will create some some unease Need some of those cycle said T's But we are lucky that we generated revenues which a helping us a plan and behave a little bit like the Bank of loss result committee now about unions and try to plan ways of sustaining member. Through this this crisis as best we can a can finish off now. I've got a twitter question for you. Used to be great on twitter and you stopped coming back. It's like I came off put during Rugby World Cup because I just felt I couldn't eat. It became so hectic during World Cup It became too much of a temptation to spend an hour to a day on it and I also worried that maybe I in that context where it was high. We went sleeping marching. We will work very hard. The era the possibility of writing the wrong thing at the wrong time could also said gain time and lower risk. I came off. I thought I was going to come off for three months. And I'll give it options on twitter automatically you. Can you can disconnect for three months six nonsol- twelve and I thought Jason Gaito. Whatever I'll give myself the maximum twelve. I actually wanted to come back on twitter. Toby I was off for too long three months. You come so we have quite understood why you're given the option of twelve months Yes I do miss it mostly but I also enjoy the extra time I have what you find is far less. Informed as you are on twitter tweets everything. That's going on spot on a women each strand of the web. You kinda know what's going on. You know less picks and you also have the ability to correct information and give you from world rugby. Which on Mrs Wilson? Yeah generally speaking on and it really starting all over again with two followers and and my family and so on and then building back out but short answer is yes. I do miss it but I'm getting used to not having it. Well listen thanks very much for your time. Really appreciate it and hope you stay safe in in Wimbledon and we We get beyond this at some point. But which could be good to get me on quickly but it seems like it's GonNa take some time so The best you Actually Union. Your family stay safe is will just thanks. Thanks very much..
"gosper" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Thinking through the eyes in mind all of the receiver of the message rather than the sender and you have less in your book their business to business advertising agencies and and so on but generally speaking you you tend to take a consumer position on. How will this affect how how old is bureau received? How will this shape behavior in the marketplace? And so on. I guess that's what it does more than anything else. Therefore you're always trying to simplify message as best you can not be rambunctious and assume everyone's interested in what you've got to say And yet formed some of the thinking that went into laying out a brand platform to rugby an minded show when I first came to the as it was in my first deployment of any sort of experience in the advertising marketing branding well was to say we complex name no one really knows the IRA stands for no one knows what rugby stance role. That is beaver. Brake work on the differentiation of rugby through its values but it was very much an internal rallying piece of work. How can you encapsulate those five values which regulated by the IB and make them want? An single-minded thought and platform and there are other ways of simplifying the receipt of message given more conquest strategy to increase global footprint and grow the game of rugby around the world. And so therefore moving out name from what? Hell's and I'll be wish you'd know if you're in the rugby church preaching to the people outside the rugby judge then being cool world. Rugby was found and differentiating between brand world. Rugby brand rugby. Didn't really matter. Because that would completely confused in a positive way so we attain brand platform around character and building character and the nothing builds character like rugby and that whole territory. Rugby allows those values to still take united but clearly I think I repaired time probably sharpened what we stand for an organization certainly internally and somewhat externally as well the communications and social media and everything that we try and do that adds up to the to the brand to to Brian. How much of that sort of thinking that that sort of simplicity is? Can you apply to the game itself? I'm you know I'm a somebody watches the big games. I what I understand about forty percent of what's going on. I think I know a complete idiot but it's is complex and I like the complexity but I don't say understand it. How far can you go in? Simplifying it for someone like me. Because that's all constraint on the gross of the IT probably is to a certain extent and there is enormous effort that we make in simplifying the laws as we go along not always easy because every time you simplify one lawrence complicates things on the field in another way that unintended sometimes. So you have to do lots of trials. Do we think as a spoiled very conscious that way complicated. And to a point as you say that's at attractive part of the sport but you've got to find the balance where it's not a barrier to growth and an understanding It's often in many ways. Why Sevens is such a great Samper of the sport and actually helps open the doors to fifteen in many markets much more consumable palatable first introduction to the sport certainly as a spectator sometimes even as a player and low the growth we've seen in in new emerging markets is comes through the fact that the market's been opened by a broad. Taisto of sevens rugby. I which has helped the understanding fifteen drugs even having said that we as I say we. We try to work very hard to simplify the laws of the game and simplify the game and make it as attractive as possible while keeping an eye on play a welfare. It's one thing to be continuous spectacular. Got To ensure that's not driving injury rates up backed out focus either recently is being not just to make the game more attractive but also defined laws that actually begin to drive some of the injury rates down you. How do you measure the success of seven's a I should say I've got an unofficial Pont whatsapp group and I? I put a thing out this morning saying I'm talking to you this afternoon. We've never had a response from is quiet. There's a lot of people you would know. So Charles Morgan. For example former. Hsbc sponsor he. He he was asking about seven. And do you think that it's Achieved what you hoped it would. And and how do you measure? That was one of the questions that came back. We measure Sevan's on on on a number of different ways. I mean there was always the the view by some that. When sevens ended the Olympic city? It might be split. The takes over fifteen and Sony was neither neither either intentional or our view and often many people confuse what we're doing sessions with. What crickets doing with twenty twenty or other versions of the game and not speak cricket cricket obscene on on the ice and although we got a good relationship and talk to them quite often still twenty twenty cricket short versions of the game were created compensate falling fan basing in longer versions the gaming and especially test cricket sevens was invented back? Nineteen hundred spy butchery in melrose to create some business for himself and his club But for us it has become as. I said a great sampler fantastic multi games sport like for the Olympics. Komo's games and for differing multisport games around the world stands on its own as a terrific product in. Hsbc seven series Any particular out the fact that we're Olympic sport also allows that sport to find. It's wild curricular. In countries all over the world where the university schools legitimacy the big Olympic Federation gives you in so many countries around the world from China to Russia to the US Way You wouldn't be involved in high little talks sports radio booth governments or other Olympic bodies that have really strong interest in some of these countries. If we wanted Olympic sport we losing so much in development. So you you judge the savings on its role as a developer. You judge it's on its ability to attract commercial sponsors and broadcast and it's playing that role very strongly take fifteen. It's not meant to so not why because the the entire The vast majority infrastructure sport is based around fifteen clubs in the fifteen game. And that's the way the high commerciality is In in the sport by FAA instead and will remain so into the future suggesting that I mean the the the the comparison with twenty twenty s is inevitable. I guess you absolutely right. Obviously that's how people framing the two thousand twenty is sort of the Indian economy and you've got the IP L. and you've got a lot of money invested in the sport which has sort of created his own story in a way in the twenty twenty s is overseas about cricket fundamentally but it's also about the about about finance and private money and I'm just wondering what your says. It is driving a younger audience into cricket not not just numbers of people who have gone away. People who never watched cricket and seven to be fed does have that role to does bring a younger audience into the sport. That fifteen's doesn't do as easily but again we see that those does younger audiences that it that Abul seen by citizens do tend to get interested in fifteens afterward side so does act as a as a kind of funnel fifteen in many what clean emerging markets I was. I guess I was aiming a sort of getting your view. There's a lot of private capital private equity money floating around floating around but around rugby. Currently what what your your take on that is and what your view of the relationship between the governing body and private capital is an how you would like to see that relationship evolve show look. It's it's quite complex in its recently emerging phenomena rugby. We've had conversations in the past because they'd be provoked by private equity companies and we've always felt ourselves as indeed amend. The unions fell in recent times that you should always be evaluating maze opportunities where you feel. Extra capital may give you an extra boost in growth and create more opportunities and accelerate the successes. You might be having all overcome potentially Some failures you having because lack of capital and so on so you know what I think. Cbc's Odyssey the player the moment that is completing deals with pry fourteen parallel And imminently supposedly the six nations as well. We're actually spiked to. Cbc Many years ago about Sevens for example because there was some debate as to whether the senators product did need or not Some extra capital accelerate its growth and its model is very similar to Formula. One Motor which CBC had lot of success in at the time we felt in the end governing body that we had sufficient funding ourselves the wave expertise and that we would pass on on some also Capitol Hill. Tko Time Around the World Nations Championship. That will mooting. They'll conversations happening with a six nations and CDC and again. They've made their call that for their own reasons The six nations and those unions who make up a six nations that a capital injection more mmediately is more useful to them than that's what might have been generated by a nations championship over a longer period of time bid similar sums of money in the end An and I guess that's philosophy while you gaining by giving away something never gonna be able to sell again. Then get back. We were a bit cautious at that time of of of of leading into Sucha an agreement That seems to be a fe to complete some about unions now and we have subsequently had several meetings with CBC to understand their own game plan And want to Samos driving the middle of DC. They largely driven by making profit exiting in seven to ten years and focus on the commercial game. And not so much on the gambling in the managing the player welfare aspects in the refereeing and Thing and they clearly want to understand that and that gives us some comfort. Be It when you're eighteen High commerciality does seep into some of these other areas. And we've got to. We've got to be aware of that so I think we`ve. We've got to a certain level of comfort given the existing relationships happen but private equity is is is an owner at the table is there are others and They've used their influence has to be considered in the broader picture. But we have to keep doing how job to grow the game safely. Make it attractive and keep our mission of growing the game To to large an emerging group of countries as well as ensuring that the current Advanced Corp. At say but you amok it's are are also maintained and looked-after that makes so it's early days but but so far so good it's quite easy sometimes when you look at the and Formula One. It was relatively straightforward to see what the game plan was in rugby as less easy to being in the meetings the good news for Rabin and I think that's the conclusion of come to the six nations is it rugby's is is underexploited. At the moment the May not be getting the values it should be getting And it is you know reasonably fragmented. Sport.
"gosper" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"So thank goodness Where where where do you spend the shutdown I at my home in Wimbledon in London so Dini now for four weeks. What what do you like under under lockdown busy? Frankly I'll just sit in front of my screen from eight in the morning till pretty much ten in the evening because we're covering all globally. You know what's happening around the world and they're different Kohl's programs so you're on pretty much twenty four hour clock on this will be different countries that are involved in different aspects of what's going on. So yeah it's just very busy tops around the house on getting done then someone else's getting done. Hopefully if you look you get dragged into the local stuff to what's happening in your house you you you go out you fading. In and out of these things are so Demari Barna about you the other day and he said asking about the brothers and About your playing be coming up behind them out good would i? The Ella Brothers Magical It was a different era of rugby all the time. They were actually three of them. They say when he were three on the field it felt like they will find when they would enjoy the full room and there was one more lost a leg. Knock yellow played nice to be tests without the other two being in the test side. Genius I in my two of them were my junior will be side an trawled with all of them in different on different occasions in some of the. Nice people but great players grant position. Where you I was a center occasionally a wing at some representative games already Santa inside or out in France when I played he played left and right Not necessarily in and out which had to get used to move to France but mainly inside Santa Occasional fly-half and occasional winger utility back. And you the move to. France is the resting connection. What what how do you get there? What was the link? The Link Walls. I played in a wallaby trial for Australia against the rest of Australia. Didn't get selected on a tour to England in the early eighties which was tool before the the elegant slam tour ninety four and the Kempinski to be tweet. He fake else playing in the gaming with camp easy on the opposite wing neither Scott selected so I think the selectors were pretty patchy lot of sectors that year to don't select us both of course That he planned that Capito is the one after. Yes ninety. Three eighty four eighty four Yes I I didn't because I didn't tell the wallabies I thought I'd better get fit to give myself a chance to come back in and try for Jersey the season after so someone connected me with a person in England who was a Geico John Hall actually got travels at the time and he's a guy connected with a number of French clubs and looked interested in. The Racing Club was interested in recruiting me for season. I ended up staying there for ten seasons and not going back to Australia Service. Quite lush changing. And what's the I mean? That squatter sort of the culture of their. I've seen photos of time extraordinary. It was a very colorful dungy. Don't you guys very good rugby players? And when I first arrived they were probably not even in the top four clubs because they've sold it on some tough times with some departure the players and so on by the time. I left nine seasons later though. The champions the French champions and that journey was interesting journey and very much played up to the media and did gags and stumps that would give us a little bit more resonance in the in the in the fan market than you would otherwise Playing note French. Finally but pink Bowtie is on and saving champagne at half time but they all sorts of gags through that through the whole period. Which will they they? They kind of did it to the teams up because we were the we were the kind of the prison pretty boys and say we played up that but wearing pink shirts and putting jazz music on it at Walmart and of course. The southern provincial sides in France completely wound up by this whenever we did it will lay. I saw was red. Pink and wait. We usually WANNA games against them because of it so there's quite a coaching tons of very famous French Blanca relic pepper on board. Joe Pieri was was captain Some of that period Would look at us. Eat Amazement as these but he was he was smart enough to let the team do these gags and realize it actually helped us play better and the other side did not place a well so it was it was. It was good fun when when people talk about the sort of the amateur era and the professional ear. Sometimes you think it's a bit rose-tinted in terms of looking back in. But it does sound like a very different environment. That wouldn't you know you can't imagine that sort of thing going on today. Could you know not really an and to be fair in France while you would call it a completely professional era it was pretty common practice the place to be actually quite well paid during the amateur era they set was all the more surprising in a French context where it wasn't completely Amitai An you write today Although it was a gnawed by the recent couple of years ago European Winning Racing Club team with Dan Carter and that came with a blazes is we did in that era to conduct salute the crowd in a provocative way to the opposition. They did the same thing before the final they won was in Spain. They play that phone rice. Come one so yeah the the the. There's been a few examples. I guess but not quite as prolific. You you had a you know. An advertising career was that just running in parallel to the rugby. Well that you could do so. I was a graduate trainee when I left. I was studying economics unlawful in Australia actually deferred the funding of my law degree. So I could. I could Going TO ADVERTISE TRAINING. Australia is I moved actually from Melbourne to Brisbane to play rugby first of all before Paris and I thought I'll defend my law degree for awhile and then graduate training with ugly in. May then I went to Franz played the season of rugby did nothing buck. That a name won't get away with these offices about the week before us back in Australia. Instead if you take me on for six six to nine months you don't need to pay me doctor by the Rugby Club and if you WanNa keep me out that you can and that that's what happened. That's what I did. That's what happened and so was actually working on my rugby career and my professional career. We had training every night at seven thirty. So that's Levi Agency at six o'clock. Every night. We had training every night of the week. Obviously Friday was a bit lighter than we'd travel somewhere in France by plane or by train and play on the weekend. So you leave. The opposite seeks trainers on the field by seven. Thirty off the field at nine. Thirty showered having dinner at ten o'clock with all of the team. This mealtime Was was always important at the cafe across the road from the stadium and then you behind by eleven thirty into bed up the next morning work it was a pretty than spot. Very fulfilling Program that goes on in those days and it was good fun. Only David Ogilvy why I mean. He's obviously a sort of coke is achieved coats status in advertising. What why do you think? Why is he so enduring because I think he was the he was the Philly New David quote? We had an office next to me Danny Office. He had a any agency had an office. Scene in the eighties was a B. Paris world's working the most of the Eighties. Bechtol of the our practically Paris look. He was just unbelievably good copywriter. Creative but all based on massive research loved the Internet era in the data driven Evidence based approach. That would be more in marketing these days but he was a precursor to that in a bit of visionary in that sense but he's also a business man and an a very cultured intelligent person and knew how to not just sell his agency that sell the business of advertising to the world which began with his book. Confessions appetizing man so he he was just bringing in an amazing agency which is still an amazing ad agency. I was writing his book. Ogilvy on advertising and Was able to to get involved with a lot of the agencies around the world. Would sending requests Little Jolt is video to help them in the pitch for piece of business and I was the. The young intern would produces Quite a bit of time. Good interesting you say about the data think this is sort of. His famous quotes are questioning research in that way. So that's quite counterintuitive actually research. He was actually Naga Coca salesman. You live in the country for wile e dropped out of Oxford prior to that But he was a research. I think he worked. I can't remember the name of search company worked full But he was a research for awhile. Say News he really did believe in research and he knew things like what percentage of the audience would read the headline but not read the body copy. The effective a right-hand paves very much. The printing outdoor air and television was coming in in in in the in the later part of the sixties. A forcing commercial Advertising but he was very much print long copy right hand page double page spread verses. It puts you promising the headline. It has five times more chance. Papering the body coffee when there's a promise made line. And he really was a researcher a creative one and he's be was he eats not creative. It doesn't sell so all about results and the direct marketing agency at ugly for long-term was cold results. Put The promise in the headline. I guess pretty good example of that does that shape. You all will views too simplistic to jump from that to say you know you look at a sport in sort of brand from from brand sense gotta get largely shapes. You've you what does is if you're if you're advertising guy you can't help but look at things from the the the eyes of the consumer or in our case the fan or the audience and so on so you constantly.
G. Willow Wilson Creator of Kamala Khan
"This episode g willow Wilson, she's a comic book author, and she wrote the first marvel comic with a young Muslim woman as the hero, Kamla, Han aka MS marvel. So when I was in high school, I was kind of a giant Goth. I was the kind of insufferable kid who, who would say that they were not actually cost the Gosper, too pretentious, and that I was above that of. But Nevertheless, I wore the really dark lipstick and like the fish nuts, and the pseudo Victorian jackets, that you could find like buffalo exchange. Yeah. I mean, if you looked up Goss in the dictionary, you would have found a photo of me somewhere. Fortunately, for me around the same time, sort of the late eighties early nineties, this British wave of very literary experimental comics started coming out. And I ran Pedley became obsessed, and one of my absolute favorite series, as was the case for a lot of people was Sandman by Neil Gaiman. Which took a World War, Two era, kind of be list, super hero and turned him into this mythological dream king who goes on adventures with all kinds of different, mythical creatures and kind of deconstructs, western mythology from a really interesting point of view. So, you know, for me as like a fourteen year old fifteen year old mega Goth this was huge and revelatory. Not just the story itself, but the medium of comics. Sandman told a kind of story in comic book form that I didn't really know was possible. It was kind of my first exposure to these more literary more adult kinds of comics, when I was a kid comics were still considered very much a kids, medium, and particularly a boys medium. There were not things that were marketed at girls. There were very few books out there that were adjacent to the superhero world that were marketed to adults so to see a comic book that was very clear and open in its love for that classics Hooper hero story. And yet, at the same time talked about Shakespeare and Chaucer and you know, brought in a very Joseph Cambell kind of U of mythology. Just expanded my understanding of what could be done within the pages of a comic book. I want to take a quick break to tell you about another podcast. I worked on it's called the big one your survival guide. We walk you through what it would be, like, if a major earthquake hit Los Angeles, and we help you understand what you need to know, to survive science and journalism, and immerses you and the experience of being in a huge earthquake. Don't be scared. We help you prepare. You can find it today wherever you listen to this show. Okay. Back to tell them. I am. So as I remember, the first time I found Neil, Gaiman Sandman, I was at the apartment of a friend. Who is I think about two years older than me and had graduated. And they were already living on their own. And so we're, we're very kind of cool and grown up in my eyes. You know, the, the people who live, there had also been giant Goths. So there were clove cigarettes, which were still legal at the time sitting around, and, ashtrays, and that's kind of always what it smelled, like, which I like the smell of. But it had that kind of late nineties, Goth aesthetic, every all the windows were kind of draped in, like, JoAnn fabric in sort of dark colors. It was it was just that kind of place. This apartment had a collective library of all kinds of great stuff, and they were all reading Sandman, and they had they'd just sort of made a rule, you can read whatever you want, but don't take anything out of the apartment. But because their library was so big. I was like, nobody will notice if I just kind of sneaked these back issues out and read them on my own, so I did. And. It was one of those reading experiences that, that kind of sticks out in your mind as being something for which there is a before. And an after he read this book. It made me feel a lot less grubby as a Goth it, oh, it was a very unabashedly Goth comic. And it was kind of cool to see something with such a huge cultural impact that was kind of headlined by this very Goth guy with white makeup, an extremely scruffy kind of Robert Smith, secure hair, and it was kind of a nice affirmation that you could do the stuff. And it you'd be kind of like a mopey teenager. And yet have cool stories that meant something, and that we're all to uplifting, and we're about hope. So, you know, it was in, in that sense. Nice to see Goths doing some kind of artistic service for, for the whiter were. The kind of storyteller that he was was very influential, and then as I got a little bit older. And I I saw him a couple of times back. This is back when he used to tour. I was also very impressed with the way that he approached writing and being a writer and it being a human being. There was one instance, in which I saw him along with a bunch of other really amazing comic book writers, including, I think Peter David, at MIT just a few days, not more than a week after nine eleven. Nine eleven happened just a couple of weeks after my nineteenth birthday at the beginning of my junior year of college. And he you know, I was I was very much a college student, I was kind of going through a late adolescent. What does it all mean phase, I become interested in, in religion and started to sort of rethink what I assumed about life, and purpose and are, are sort of our place in the universe. And like everybody, I think it was it was a tremendous shock. I think particularly people of my vintage kind of elderly millennials or Xeni, all's had never known a time when the US felt really threatened. The Cold War was kind of over, there was a sense that we were separate from the rest of the world or that nothing could ever interrupt. That period of prosperity into which we had been born and so nine eleven just massively shook the foundations of our generational experience and especially being in Boston at Boston University, the feeling of ongoing threat and vulnerability was quite high. Two of the planes had taken off from Logan airport. There are all kinds of rumors circulating that, there were still a terrorist cells in the city. And so it really did feel like a war zone in many ways, and it occurred to me, just sort of walking to class that this is the reality that so much of the rest of the world faces every single day. And somehow we have managed to avoid it for this long. And now here we are just like the rest of the world. as we did for a lot of things during those weeks after nine eleven we kind of hung around to see if this event was actually going to happen because a lot of them were cancelled. And it was clear that, yes, it was going to happen. It was still going on. So we, you know, we decided okay, well, we're not we're not going to give up this, this chance to see all of these amazing authors and artists on stage at the same time. And we decided yeah, we're going to go. We're going to we're going to do it, despite the sort of aura of anxiety and dread. That was kind of hanging over everything. What was interesting to me is the Neil Gaiman was the only one in his kind of opening words who never mentioned nine eleven once everybody on stage when they got up to talk that was what they talked about. It was it was about superheroes in nine eleven. You know, I think one of the people on stage envisioned this world in which wolverine was on the plane with the terrorists, and sort of got up and, and hit them with his finger spikes. And it kind of rubbed me the wrong way because I remember thinking, you know, this is not the time to pretend that are fictional heroes are gonna do us any kind of good. It's too real. It's a nice thought that yes. If we had these amazing heroes who were always in the right place at the right time that they would have saved us, but they didn't. And Neil Gaiman got up and never mentioned nine eleven once he just sort of told a story, I don't even remember what it was that he talked about. But by the end of it for about thirty seconds. We all forgot and in a weird way, I think that prepared us to have them were serious conversation versus the. Yeah. Wolverine would I've got him if you'd have been there, which, which just felt very tried to me. The reason that that stood out to me was because it illustrated, very neatly that for a storyteller in a time of great national tragedy upheaval. The way forward is not always the way through that sometimes we assume we're in a position to attack things head on. And yes, we're gonna fight, whatever it is or or get through whatever it is. And it's, it's very easy to blur the line at that point between storytelling and, and just sort of shallow saber rattling. But what he said at that time illustrated to me that it was possible to speak in a deeper key and not to pretend that you have the answers that you need all the answers. You know, everybody was was in an incredibly tense somber. Reflective mood, and it I think brought a lot of us especially who are about my age. I was eighteen at the time into the realization that we are all mortal that, that, that nothing that we think, is a turtle is eternal, and that the world may be didn't look the way that we had been taught growing up,
"gosper" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Loving joyful and obedient, faith and negatively it. Obliges us to stay away from doing those things that offend God. And that hurt us and others in the process. These two verses in Matthew eighteen burst eight and verse nine demand in the strongest possible way that we go to the greatest links possible in order to avoid sinning against others to avoid sinning against God. And to avoid sinning against ourselves. A major caution applies here we cannot by backing out of hell necessarily warrant our entrance into heaven. Staying away from evil while certainly good from Gosper speculative does not equal does not fully meet all heaven bound essentials staying away from evil. That's part a key part of what God expects, but it's not the only part summarising and earlier illustration and lesson for Matthew chapter twelve starting in verse forty three we can sweep the house clean of every evil spirit and still fail to do all the good that God wants us to do. There are great lessons to be learned in these two short versus Matthew eighteen versus ten and eleven Jesus. Returns to the treatment of little ones. Jesus takes up his discussion about our treatment of little ones again in Matthew eighteen ten. There are many passages that tell us that God remains constantly aware of what's going on in the lives of nations and constantly aware. There of what goes on in the wives of individuals. The closing verses of exodus to teach us that God was well aware of the oppression that the slaves in Israel were experiencing in the land of Egypt. Revelation in one way or another through all twenty two chapters constantly, declares that God knows what's going on in life, even in the wives of persecuted. Saints Jesus knew what was going on in the life of every one of the seven churches of Asia. God was aware of the souls that were suffering the souls that died in the soles that were yet to die as they stood steadfastly for truth and righteousness in this context. Matthew underscores God's awareness of what happens to little ones at u eighteen versus twelve to fourteen Jesus addresses the lengths to which we must go to rescue a single lost so consistent with what? What we mentioned earlier God's desire for us can be expressed both, positively and negatively burst. God wants everyone to be saved. And then second God does not want anyone to be lost. But those are not just statements or restatements of what God wants they effectively serve as roadmaps as guidelines that depict how and why God acts God does not just want. Everyone to be saved. God acts consistently with that desire. And God does not just want to prevent every soul from being lost got also acts consistently with that desire, both of those desires and both types of actions are reflected in the setting God ever mindful of the ninety nine sheep in a safe place shows, an equal mindedness care, concern and compassion for that one sheep that wanders away in may. Matthew eighteen fifteen through seventeen. Jesus tells us out to handle sans and faults between brethren there are no perfect souls living in this world. There are no perfect souls in Christ kingdom, and there are no perfect souls outside of Christ's kingdom. We are. All imperfect souls, one of the most difficult things to learn let alone to master how to get along. With other imperfect souls living all around us this section of Matthew eighteen addresses how to right the wrongs of others it specifically deals with how to correct how to restore a relationship between brethren when one sins against another. There's a protocol to follow a specific method of conduct that addresses the wrong in order to make all things right? What happens if your initial attempt to correct the brother who sins against you fails Christ addresses that the plan of action that. He lays out takes into consideration several possibilities in route to restoring a broken relationship in Matthew eighteen verse eighteen Jesus teaches the necessity of earthly teaching that reflects heavenly teaching what Jesus stated in this verse parallels. What Jesus told Peter in Matthew chapter sixteen and what Jesus would tell the rest of the apostles in Matthew chapter twenty whatever they would teach either positively or negatively by binding or by loosing must align with what God had already determined would be taught though, not addressed in. This immediate context Christ. Never granted. Anyone not even the apostles the freedom or the right to create to modify to set aside or to substitute any teaching and or practice of their own thinking for teaching or practice. That God ordained. Everything was to be done in a God ordained way that will come across as excessively restrictive too many. But that's a skewed perspective, eight misrepresentation of God's intention, God directs just what he wants for a reason. And just as importantly, God warns against what he does not want for a reason as well in Matthew eighteen versus nineteen and twenty Jesus focuses on the importance of agreement on earth as reflecting prior heavenly teaching consistent with what was just taught about the importance of earthly teaching reflecting heavenly, teaching Jesus showed the practical side of following that mandate agreement here, perhaps better understood and appreciated as spiritual fellowship will always be predicated on truth and righteousness. When that sense of agreement exists God will be there. MSU eighteen twenty one Peter asked Jesus a question. Lord, how often show my brother's sin against me? And I forgive him up to seven times roughly two thirds of the way through the chapter Peter asked a question about sin forgiveness and the frequency of both just how often are we required to forgive someone who sends against us. Are there any limit to forgiveness? Jesus answer to Peter's questions takes up the remaining one third of the chapter in Matthew eighteen starting in verse twenty two and going through verse thirty five the end of the chapter Jesus answered Peter's question teaching in principle that our forgiveness of others should be unlimited. We will study this portion of Matthew eighteen in more detail in our verse by verse thought by thought study later, but it will be worth our time to present an abbreviated version of it. Here. Jesus started his reply to Peter very succinctly by stating that seven times was nowhere near the upper limit of how often we should forgive those who sinned against us to convey, just how far we should go in forgiving others. Jesus introduced a nother kingdom of heaven is like illustration, though, we observe many such kingdom of heaven is like parables in Matthew thirteen there are others outside of that context. That also show us both the nature of that heavenly kingdom, and what it means to be a Jesus kingdom of heaven disciple in our next broadcast. We will take up at this point and continue our study of Matthew eighteen as we close these reminders, you can start our free south based online bible study right now by going to I g h dot world bible school dot ORG or by clicking the. Online courses link at international gospel. Our dot com..
"gosper" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"The Gosper goes to the death of Stalin in the category of worse trailer. The Gosper goes to mortal engines in the category of best trailer Dossetter goes to mission impossible fallout in the category of best Bobby Khanna valley or moynahan in any role. The gospel goes to Bobby volley at man in the wasp in the category of best movie involving Brian May the gospel goes to small foot for Brian May's. Involvement in the original song in the category of most ham fisted political reference to Gosper goes to make Britain great again from Holmes and Watson in the category of best movie that will rerun on TNT or FX. The gospel goes to the equalizer by only four votes over skyscraper in the category of best the movie that Gosper goes to the favorite in the category of Hornets movie character, the gospel goes to Earl stone the mule in the category of worst twist or revelation that Gosper goes to young girl is a clone from Jurassic world fallen kingdom in the category of best twist or revelation, the gospel goes to Fenosa snapped or decimation from avengers Infinity war in the category of funniest scene or moment. The gospel goes to funeral scene from the death of stolen. The wind was only by three votes over the post credits scene from deadpool. Two in the category of best seen fighting. The Gosper goes to store arrives on will conduct from vendors Infinity war followed closely by the bathroom fight for mission impossible fallout which lost by only nine votes in the category of best seen non-fighting that Gosper goes to the leap of faith from Spiderman into the spider verse shallow from stars born only behind by fifty votes in the category of best villain. The Gosper goes to fan OSE for vendors Infinity war with ninety one percent of the vote in the category of worst character. The gospel goes to Brian May from Baheen rhapsody in the category of best character, the Gosper goes two miles. Morales Spiderman into the spider verse in the category of best soundtrack or scored the gospel goes to into the spider verse soundtrack it had twenty five percent of the vote. Followed by twenty three percent of haute going to a star is born in the category of best original owner you saw. Song? The Gosper goes too shallow. A star is born in the category of best cinematography. The gospel goes to mission impossible fallout in the category of best screenplay adapted. The gospel goes to avengers Infinity war in the category of best screenplay original that gospel goes to eighth grade in the category of best supporting actor the gospel goes to Michael Jordan Black Panther in the category of best. Supporting actress, the Gosper goes to Emily blunt, a quiet place in the category of best actor the gospel goes to Christian bale vice in the category of best actress that Gosper goes to lady Gaga a star is born in the category of best director the Oscar goes to Christopher mcquarry mission impossible fallout. He had twenty four percent of the vote for Cooper of stars born head twenty three percent of the vote in the category of best streaming picture. The Gosper goes to Roma followed closely behind by. The fire festival. Documentaries from Hulu and Netflix in the category of best animated picture. The Gosper goes to Spiderman into the spider verse with ninety eight percent of the vote in the category of worst picture. The gospel goes to Holmes and Watson followed by Godley slender, man, fifty shades, freed billionaire boys club truth or dare the Meg possession of Hannah greats Dr crimes and breaking in and finally in the category of best picture. The Goss ker goes to. Spiderman into the spider verse twenty nine percent of the vote. Followed by scars born mission impossible fallout both with twenty five percent each. And then eighth grade the death of Stalin the favorite Roma. Green book leave no trace. And the hate you give thank you to everyone who participated in voted for the two thousand nineteen second annual gossipers, you can find the intern sign up sheet next week in the description below here on lights camera barstool remember to rate inside the pod. Leave a nice review. We thank you. And we will see you next year. Great winners, folks. Good stuff. That's it reviewing captain marvel on Thursday cannot wait to be fun draft. If you guys themes or something seems might be a good one. That's captains of all time. Yeah. Ooh. God. Dammit, you're good. That's why it's why do this the captain draft.
"gosper" Discussed on Man Advocate
"Failure. Would that be sag long delayed, three minutes Lova, two minutes level? So I do like ten minutes with that being said, Donna get really get on y'all women again. Here and get saying that a man for answering your phone call when he's at work when if he was the call you you vote. If he was to say, you know, what I'm at work. I gotta call you back. Oh, but Dugan at I just want to me not Ana he's a word. The to work, you know. Part of life. But if he calls you, and you've like, I'm at work ain't gonna so why are you gonna attitude 'cause you wanna teach your time? That's why you get attitude. But he the one being consistent. Get him for that. But you don't wanna take the blame for anything that comes from. He is big assistant. He's ee the ball when he should have paid the phone at work to let you know, he's at work while he took back, but that's not that's not the consistency. You won't see. That's what the problem comes in. Yet. A king yet is always what you want. Never about what you need is about. What you one women always the ear inn say, but the always at the what the want they want you to be consistent in the way that they want you to be consistent. They want you to be a good guy in the way that they want you to be a good guy. Not not the way that you already are good guy. You always yard great got it has to be their way. Fuck out. I'll tell you, man. You ain't got you ain't gonna stand for man. I'm telling you ain't to stand for yet. Again, gossiping I say this consistently. Oh, man advocate. You don't have to stain board. You know, what you table, you know, what type of doom that she are. You know, your personality, you, you know, these things about you know, yourself. Is harassed. Don't know herself yet. And me haven't advocate. You never. Get what woman doesn't know herself as she can see Kagan me, she's wrong. If she can't get me. Exactly, exactly. If she came to meet where her downfalls are. She wanna keep distribute blame. She don't know herself. If anything she running away from herself. But now, they come y'all captain save ho ass. You jump into a pitcher gasoline auto blame you man. You sit here losing years on your life because you wanna take all the blame of personal issues that you. God just is the hopyard that how you felt me. Oh, I feel like I was giving the sermon on them last two minutes, Dallas straw. Schwarzenegger that she. I but precise Gosper listening. They tuned for more of them. Also, remember, check out man advocate eighteen as the Instagram page and thought he got.
"gosper" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Always. Happy dependent. About to come home and get her stove in say by about to meet. He did what he did. And he took my mother's life. So yes to pay for what happened police say the man who allegedly chased the teens is cooperating with police now the surveillance video from a nearby business captured this deadly crash showing the underage teen. Is he slammed his GMC Acadia into the women's pickup truck. And so the force of that crash. Bent, the truck's frames and both cars airborne. By the way, we heard that was the victim's daughter. Jessica gosper. Saying that her mother had been visiting family in Houston was out running errands at the time of the crash. Police saying that the suspect was booked in a juvenile detention center broke his ankle in the crash. It is unclear apparently if he's been charged is a minor order dope. But now, I guess they're going to charge him as a minor. At least that was what the report I had heard the teens in the suspect's car treated at a hospital for non-life threatening injuries. You know, these were pranks some kids think are innocent pranks, throwing eggs and other cars, we guess what? In this day and age when everyone has road rage is all the road rage. It's just a dangerous thing to do. We're used to be just kind of a prank is now become very dangerous because automatically people want to start pulling out guns. Then the next thing. You know, it leads to tragedies like this where you have a woman who's doing nothing but mind during minding her own business, a family, a mother family person, an individual was completely innocent, and it cost her her life. So. Misspent youth in so many ways here. Imagine. If you think about this kid who did this. Was he out there murder? Someone probably not. Did he have great parents who knows? Yeah. I mean, people have been egging homes and things Forever's as long as I can remember certainly not right? But. Mean imagine this kid who causes crash is being charged with murder got a fourteen year old kid. If his parents who are raising a, right? They must be horrified. And just made and just just completely. It's twenty nineteen. It's a new year. And now they have to deal with not only the loss of their son. But of course, the fact that this young ki- this kid. Caused the the end of someone's life. And so. And when we come back, we're going to lighten the mood KENDALL. I'm going to have to ask you who this individual is. Because I'm not hip to all the latest. Apparently when I read this. So but she's wearing for. I'll tell you about that straight ahead. Pat, Walsh.
CBS and National Amusements in talks to settle litigation
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Nationals set team scoring record, top Mets by 21 runs
"Birthday today to Colorado because this day in eighteen seventy, six Colorado became the thirty eighth state to join the United States of America just so. Merle haggard could have a place to sing about Thome about a century later Merle So I can Colorado August I nine hundred thirty six Adolf. Hitler presides over the Olympic Games as they opened in, Berlin One hundred and, ten thousand spectators at glam the arrival of the official procession headed by jammies number one host chancellor. Hitler pauses to accept a floral tributes amid the reverberating The. Ceremony upgrade which follows America standard powdery and review the head of uncle SAM's formidable team three hundred. Seventy nine strong man this day in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy one, the Sonny and Cher comedy hour debuts on CBS TB Ladies and gentlemen Sonny and Cher Sixteen. And a half past the hour now on first light, time to get ready for meteorologist dean devore's tearing himself away from his satellites and radar. And whether charts, just, for us good morning. Dean Michael good morning to you we had some very heavy showers and thunderstorms run, through Detroit yesterday or. Last night especially in northern Ohio we'd got more showers and thunderstorms in the. Offing today along the east coast so, anywhere from Detroit, over, to Harrisburg Just inland from New York City and Boston. I think this afternoon could see some strong to perhaps severe thunderstorms in. The southeast we're looking at temperatures warm and sticky more shower and thunderstorm, pop ups here Atlanta, Columbia South Carolina down into the Florida peninsula drier air working its, way into the western Gulf including parts of Texas in fact a place like San Antonio today you're going to be warm upper nineties but the do point the humidity is. Going, to be low down in the fifties so little relief from, the humidity and, least in those areas as drier air moves through places like. Saint Louis has a dean's list day today mid eighties, with, sunshine even cooler than that as you head into the northern plains temperatures sixties and. Seventies in the, Dakotas, and some showers thunderstorms. Could pop up today in parts of the upper planes in Minneapolis and parts of, Wisconsin to then heading. Out west today we're looking at some shower and thunderstorm activity over the mountains. Sizzling heat elsewhere interior parts of the A little, bit. Of a heat trimmed along the coastal areas in Washington and Oregon state and. Down, in California to Michael, have a great Wednesday already dean you have one two well the. Initial forensic analysis of more than fifty boxes handed over by North Korea last week. Appear to hold human remains from the Korean war and are likely American that, word, this, morning from the on air base in South Korea before the boxes began the flight to, Hawaii it's eighteen and. A half, past the hour on first light, sports time as we say, good morning, to Robert workman and, Robert the MLB trade deadline is coming past I guess Bryce. Harper still seems to be with the nationals and they celebrated last night. Didn't they they certainly set off the fireworks keeping him in Washington nationals, made mincemeat of the, Mets twenty five to four yeah you heard right they beat the, Mets oh they turn them into mincemeat the Mets scoring seven times in the first inning then three more in the second three in the third three in the fourth and three, in the fifth after New York got one back well that, made a man, Washington scored six times In the eighth inning off noted reliever Jose Reyes you may, be more familiar with him playing shortstop in the majors for the past sixteen years note to Jose stay in your lane gave up five hits, two walks in two hundred, plus, hit a batter Daniel. Murphy, went deep twice off real pitchers driving in six runs and that Bryce Harper. Not traded on deadline day had a couple of run-scoring doubles most runs they've scored in franchise history dating back to the Montreal days and the worst loss in Mets annals surpassing even that twenty. Six to seven loss to the Phillies back in one thousand nine hundred. Five elsewhere yesterday the Braves blasted the Marlins eleven to, six rays beam past the angels tend. To six Rockies top the cardinals six three Yankees dolled up, the Orioles six three Masahiro, Tanaka went? Six innings for the win his. Thirteenth consecutive start without a defeat Miguel Andrew are hit? A. Three run Homer? Indians. Tackled the twin. Six to as bounce. The, Blue Jays six to Astros thank the Mariners five to Houston's lead back up. To four in the AL west pirates. Pass the cubs, five. Four the brewers blank the dodgers one nothing Wade Miley and the Montana's with. A, two hitter Lorenzo Cain, doubled in the games Only run. Diamondbacks shut out the Rangers six exact godly struck out ten godly and, TJ MacFarlane. Combined on a four hitter AJ Pollock, homered the upshot of all that Arizona's now. On top. In the NFL, west the dodgers and Rockies are half game back there tied for the second wildcard behind the. Brewers Milwaukee is in a virtual. Tie with the cubs for first place in the central and we still got two months to get royals whip the. White Sox. Four to two giant says the Padres three two in ten innings Phillies flip the Red Sox. Three to one Jake Arrieta struck out seven and seven for the win and the Tigers ship the reds two to one non waiver trade deadline pass yesterday afternoon lots of activity adding players for the playoff run the dodgers got second, baseman Brian dosier from. The twins and, reliever John expert from the Blue Jays Milwaukee sent three players to Baltimore for their second. Baseman, Jonathan scope pirates got right hinder. Chris Archer from the race for two prospects and a player to be named Cleveland picked up centerfield early owners Martine from the Tigers and Arizona editor relievers Brad Ziegler for Miami and Jake, diekmann, from, Texas big sellers, Tampa Bay not. Only traded Archer they also said they're all star catcher Wilson Ramos to the Phillies they Also added Toronto lefty Aaron Loup. Orioles set right hander Kevin Gosper into the brave for four players and a chunk, of international bonus money and the cardinals and outfielder. Tommy fan to the raise Oscar Marcado to Cleveland for prospects there, was medical news to. Red Sox ace Chris sale. Goes on the. Disabled list with left shoulder inflammation he's left handed so that's important and New York Yankee, left-handers j. becomes the second, New York, pitcher in a, week to be. Diagnosed with hand foot and mouth. Disease met starter Noah Syndergaard, came down with a case of Coxsackie ten days ago baseball doesn't really like to call it Coxsackie I don't know why I, just like. Saying. Coxsackie he's. To come off the disabled list today the Yanks are hope that hap- will just missed one start so I guess they're hatful as well as hopeful that's thank, you Robert we're coming, up on twenty two after the hour straight ahead on first light will. The fed raise.
Minnesota Twins trade Brian Dozier to Los Angeles Dodgers
"Yet there's the, update for MAC Sports flash the non waiver trade deadline has passed a lot of deals late dodgers acquired. Former all-star Brian dosier from the twins for Logan fourth them, to minor leaguers while the brewers picked up Jonathan scope from the Orioles also sent Kevin Gosper into, the Braves Baltimore also. Gets Jonathan VR in the package back from Milwaukee the race held out until the. End to deal, Chris Archer to the pirates for Tyler glass now and Austin. Meadows taught Tampa also sent Wilson Ramos. To the Phillies and acquired Tommy fan from the. Cardinals the Marlins said Brad Ziegler to Arizona and also Cameron mayb into the Mariners Leonis Martine goes from Detroit to Cleveland the Astros made a controversial trade for. Suspended reliever Roberto was soon at one reason why they may have been desperate is they're, losing streak has now reached. Five at a row with last night's loss to Seattle they're leading the AL west down to three Mandra AJ Hinch said they've seen. Better days frustrations mounting a little bit nobody's gonna show. Up feeling great tomorrow because of the way Things have gone but All star Charlie Morton goes for his twelfth win. Tonight against Mike leak the Vikings and receiver Stefan did come Durham's on. A five year extension I'm rich.