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"gresham" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I did it in LA. I did an Alabama and my goal is to next year, take it to England, take it to Germany. And wherever else I get booked going forward until Ring of Honor comes back I'll decide then what I'm going to do and what my future will be after that, I'm not sure if I will continue wrestling. I'm not sure if I'll join a bigger promotion. I'm just not sure. So you have the ability, shall we say, or they want you to go around the world with Ring of Honor title and continue to defend it as much as you can? They haven't given me any direction. This is something I'm taking upon myself to do. I'm not forcing it on anyone. Promotions are actually coming to me asking me to do it. And so I'm very grateful for that that the Ring of Honor world title still holds weight with a lot of people around the world. I'm just grateful that I'm in this position and you know with terminus and Ring of Honor going down for hiatus anyway, it's kind of presented me with a way to enjoy wrestling even more now because I love traveling. I love wrestling new guys testing myself. It's just giving me an opportunity to have more fun again because within the Ring of Honor locker room, there's only so many guys I can wrestle before. It's like, it's a repeat again. Right. Now I'm getting an opportunity to wrestle new people with different mindsets, younger guys with ambition and different ideas will eventually help me with my ideas. So it's a blessing in disguise, I think. Did you ever have any WWE try out or anything like that over the years? No, I remember I was in contact with canyon semen, maybe before my second contract with Ring of Honor. So that might have been 2018, but nothing came of it. Would you ever want to do that? With the way WWE has been, I would probably want to do that closer to the end of my career. Yeah. So let's finish it off with terminus once again. So it's a big show. It's exciting that you're doing this. Are you going to be working on the show? What's the main event of the show give us one last little kind of plug about it? Right now we don't have a main event we're still building to that. We have the players. We're just trying to figure out what the best main event can be after we put all the match together. At this point, we've already announced I believe four matches. I believe we have Lee Mario versus Jay lethal. Wow. My wife, Jordan grace, defending her digital media title from impact against Kira Hogan. Janaya Kai versus Pacific Northwest standout lies a hall and then we have, I think that might be it actually. I might be missing one. Moose. I got moose versus Alex Coughlin. Yes, yes, yes. We were really just going to wait and announce the rest of the matches. And I like listen to the fans just kind of see what they want to do. We get lots of talent too, which is great 'cause I'm looking through the list and it's like a bunch of guys, some of them I know some that I don't, but it seems like this is the graphics look good. The name was cool. You know, like I said, that's such a big deal in this day and age. Is it looks cool? If I was in town, I would go to this show. So it's successful, do you want to do some more? If it's successful, I think it will force my hand to definitely do more. Again, like my goal was to just help or encourage the independence to present wrestling the way that envision it in your mind 'cause this is me doing it now with the show and I've been doing it with my wrestling, but now I'm doing it with an entire show. Hopefully, if people want it in the demand is there then I will definitely move forward and do another last question for you. Which of all the matches you've had is the one that stands out as being your favorite? Oh, I just had this conversation. Actually, I just wrestled Alex Coughlin on a new Japan strong show. And I really like that because I feel like it shows my vision of what pro wrestling can be in the match. It tells a story. We don't kick or punch or strike at all. And it tells a story that I'm proud of. And it was a ten minute match and I've had 30 minute matches. I've had these big promoted matches, but this match in particular is my favorite. We don't use these new hybrid moves that wrestling have gravitating towards. We use wrestling moves. And we go out there and we tell a good story from bell to bell. And as a match, I'm really proud of. Is new Japan's strong so that you're working with regularly because they're starting to do more now, aren't they? Yeah, they are starting to do more. I'm not sure what rocky's plan is or what the office's plan is. I have been a part of a few of the shows. So if they want to use me more, I'm definitely into it, but as of right now, I'm just like a guy that gets you scared there. Well, dude, it's great talking to you man and best of luck with terminus. And I'm looking forward to meeting you face to face and Jordan too on the Jericho cruise. It's going to be a blast. Well, thanks for having me on the cruise. And again, thanks for having me here on the show. Appreciate it. All right, dude, we'll talk to you soon, man. Thank you. Take it easy. Cheers. Just getting started with rich eisen, has stories of humble beginnings and humbling moments from inspiring people. Michael Strahan I am scared to death rid the Oscars, man. I'm not supposed to be on that red carpet. Aaron Andrews. What is my next question gonna be because everybody is watching this and this is gonna go far away. Kevin Harley I'll let you in on a secret of all the things I do rich. It's the most fun, the most fulfilling, most challenging thing that I do. 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"gresham" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Back and forth and we were at each other about decisions all the time. I love it. I love the relationship that we have. But I have a way that I look at wrestling. Mine is more so closer to if wrestling was real. The idea that styles make fights. And I feel recently in the last ten to 12 years, a lot of professional wrestlers now are at the point where they're all hybrid wrestlers. None of them have weaknesses. I believe to tell a good in ring story, you have to have a weakness. And then that weakness you can then tell a story or coming in. A lot of the men and women that I've approached to be a part of the first show I believe have that understanding. Basically, me just watching them over the years of working with them over the years, they've told me in their own way, you know, that they have a similar mindset of wrestling like me. So that's pretty much how I went and you know I went after the people. Barron might have another reason. But that's how I went after the individuals. So it was definitely a collaboration on booking. Because you're also calling this modern aids grappling, which is kind of like you said there's so much more of a hybrid style with a lot of the guys in this day and age. Is that where the idea came from? Yeah, so my idea is to separate the different styles of professional wrestling. And I want to just encourage men and women to promote wrestling to present wrestling the way that they feel for us for a wrestling should be. Instead of doing it just to get bookings. So I'm going after the people that do wrestling the way that they see that it should be. Also, my name is baffling is enforcing rules. I believe in modern wrestling rules are very relaxed. So it's very difficult to have a heel in the face. So if rules are promoted, then rules can be broken, meaning now you have a heel. If you look at any sport, whether it's soccer, I like to speak about soccer because whenever I see guys I'm in England watching the game, they get up in arms over a technicality that the referee call went and for wrestling we can no longer do that because there are no rules. So I want to help promote rules again, thus we have hills and faces. So marinade's grappling is also about styles, but also reinforcing rules, making the referee an important part of the match again. It's an interesting concept because you're right. And expand upon this a bit, when you say it's hard to have heels and babyfaces in today's wrestling kind of talk a little bit more about that. Why do you feel that way? Well, not everyone is going to be able to, and I'm going to use them because he's a very popular guy right now. Not everybody's going to be able to be at MJF right off the bat. Definitely coming into a company on the independence. A lot of the times you just get the match. You don't get a chance to do a promo. Right. You don't get a chance to use those words to manipulate the crowd. So you have to do it from bell to bell, because that's what you're giving. You're giving your ten venture 15 minutes. And so now we need the individuals to learn that you can also be a good heel from bell to bell by just doing things from wrestling's past, making it new again adding to that. But a lot of people will leave like an iPod or creating someone off and talking crafts as fans is enough being ill. But you have to do more now. The way information travels, the way people digest information, you just have to be more wittier. You have to be more creative now. And I feel like if you're not getting the opportunity to cut a promo, it's very difficult to get over. So now we have to use elements that are presented to us, which is the referee. The rules of wrestling. If there are no rules of wrestling, then the heel has nothing to really use to get over it. Right. You know, that's why I think a lot of the heels now are doing cool moves because they have no way to get over because there are no rules to break. So I want to help promote real heels coming back to the sport. I want to promote the heels playing their role because if you play your role, you're doing the job. You're doing the most important job, which is helping that face overcome something. You're being an obstacle for the face to overcome. It's very astute observation because a lot of guys don't pay attention to the rules. I mean, obviously that was one of the biggest things in AEW when we first started was some guys just had no rules whatsoever. And you know I'm a big proponent, obviously coming from 30 years of experience, you have to use your referees to your advantage as a baby face or as a heel. So it's good to kind of hear from your standpoint from being a guy who's been in the business for I'm not sure how long you've been visit but I'm assuming you're probably in your 30s, maybe. 33, ten years, 15 years on the job. 16. Yeah, so that's good, mad, because we have to everything goes in waves. First, it was all rules. Like when I started, then ECW was no rules. And then WW some rules and then WWE with Vince's kind of mindset was rules. So it's good to kind of see things coming around from your end too because you have to have them because if not, it does turn into one big giant high spot, which can be entertaining, but that only lasts for so long as well. I agree. With you saying that, you know, I like to use this fireworks. 4th of July come around, I can only pop so many before I give the rest of them off to somebody else. So it's also good to just have a.
Chicago Tries to Take Down Turning Point USA
"Right wing groups attempt to open at Chicago high school, rejected. After talk of starting a turning point USA chapter at taft high school, the school's principle said that they will never tolerate student groups that go against the school's values. Chicago sometimes writes that administrators at Chicago public schools high school have shot down an attempt by a right wing group to form a chapter on the northwest campus of quote an organization promoting racial and tolerance. Wonder who he's talking about. Meanwhile, Chicago police said their investigating, a social media post by longtime Chicago police department sergeant that praised the efforts for the students trying to start the group turning point USA I'll get to that in a second. Taft high school principal Mark Gresham, or Grisham, said in a letter to the school community earlier, this month that he was disturbed by efforts to launch a turning point chapter at taft high school. The right-wing organization claims to have a presence on thousands of high school. No, we do have the presence on thousands of high school and college campuses, including in the Chicago suburbs. The organization was founded in 2012, but Charlie Kirk Baba am a Trump supporter who considers critical race theory and the concept of white privilege is racist against whites, and it is. The group's key principles he says are rooted in capitals of U.S. Constitution and the U.S. is the greatest country in the world. He grew up in the northwest suburbs and attended wheeling high school. At least they got that part right. Grasshopper said in his note that the group doesn't support diversity and inclusion. You hear that that we don't support diversity inclusion, and they're the ones that block our group from coming. We're the ones that are not inclusive, we're the ones that don't support diversity because we want to have a group of ten people at a left wing high school in downtown Chicago. He says that turning point USA contradicts the school's mission statement to quote educate global citizens to create a better world. Quote, police know that the staff and administration at tap will never tolerate the formation of any group that doesn't support these values. No please mister Gresham, tell me what we've ever said or ever done at turning point USA that is against the values of trying to educate global citizens create a better world. Have you ever gone to a turning point USA event? Can you name one thing that we do at our organization? Promoting racial intolerance. We're the ones that just did an entire campus tour, trying to say that critical race theory is actually incredibly racist and destroying our country from within.
"gresham" Discussed on London’s Best Office Spaces – The Links Between London’s Past and the Modern World
"gresham" Discussed on London’s Best Office Spaces – The Links Between London’s Past and the Modern World
"In two thousand one. The grade one listed building was extensively remodeled by architect fitzroy robinson and transformed into a luxury shopping and dining destination though an entirely different building from his original design the modern day royal exchange pays homage to its founder with its gilded copper grasshopper weathervane. The symbol taken from gresham family crest. The royal exchange has deep links with trading retail and the insurance markets but also with news and the media traditionally the steps of the royal exchange are the place where certain royal proclamations such chance. The dissolution of parliament have been read out by either a herald or a crier following the death abdication of a monarch and the confirmation of the next monarch a session to the throne by the accession council. The royal exchange building is one of the locations where a herald proclaims. The new monarchs rain to the public to another notable tenant of the royal exchange was whole julius reuter who later established the reuters news agency at number one royal exchange buildings which is opposite and to the east of the royal exchange in eighteen fifty. One that news agency later moved to fleet street.
"gresham" Discussed on London’s Best Office Spaces – The Links Between London’s Past and the Modern World
"In baroque style by city. Surveyor edward german. This second royal exchange thrived with merchants and brokers in eighteen. Thirty eight in a dramatic twist. The royal exchange was a gain destroyed by fire most likely caused. By an overheated stove in lloyd's coffee house on nearby. Lombard street. Incidentally the institution that was named after the aforementioned coffeehouse lloyd's of london became a long.
"Second royal exchange thrived with merchants and brokers in eighteen. Thirty eight in a dramatic twist. The royal exchange was again destroyed by fire most likely caused by an over heated stove in lloyd's coffee house on nearby. Lombard street incidentally the institution that was named after the aforementioned coffeehouse lloyd's of london became a long term tenant at the property. The property was actually occupied by the lloyd's of london insurance market for nearly one hundred fifty years between seventeen. Seventy four and nineteen twenty eight when usable. Lloyd's had slowly evolved into a more formal society and in seventeen seventy four. The subscribers to lloyd's moved in the royal exchange when the building was destroyed by fire in eighteen thirty eight. They moved to southsea house. Before returning to the rebuilt royal exchange in eighteen forty four in nineteen twenty eight. Lloyds moved out. And into the first building it's had ever owned at twelve leading whole streets as business expanded. The market moved to a second new building in live street in nineteen fifty eight. The first of the lime street buildings it would occupy the third and current broil exchange was built as a result of an architectural competition the winner so william tight reverted to the original layout of the building but included and imposing eight column entrance inspired by the pantheon in rome. The building was officially opened by queen victoria in eighteen. Forty four.
"Gresham instance bequeathed the bulk of his property to his widow and her has with the stipulation that after her death the rents from his various properties be invested in the creation of a college in fifteen ninety seven gresham college. The first institution of higher learning and london came to be established today it hosts over one hundred and forty three public lectures. The gresham club in the city was named in his honor and both gresham road near where he lived in hounslow and gresham streets in the city on named after him his legacy is witnessed internationally to the gresham palace now. A four seasons hotel in budapest is named after him and the russian family crest which displays a grasshopper is borrowed by the fragile. All in boston in the us. The gresham hotel in dublin is named indirectly after him. It was established in eighteen. Seventeen by another thomas gresham. Who was given that name as he was found as a baby abandoned on the steps of the royal exchange. It's his the royal exchange that is possibly the most visible piece of thomas gresham's legacy today the royal exchange has frontages to cornhill and threadneedle street and stands dominantly over bank junction in fifteen sixty five. Gresham had made a proposal to the city of london's court of aldermen to build at his own expense. A boss all exchange. What became the royal exchange. Modelled on the ants were boss on condition that the corporation provided for this purpose. A simple location in this proposal. He also secured the yearly rental of seven hundred pounds from the shops in the upper parts of the building. The royal exchange has a deep and colorful time line in sixteen sixty six. The original royal exchange was destroyed along with one third of the city in the great fire of london. A second site opened in nineteen sixty nine designed in a baroque style by city. Surveyor edward german. This.
"In smuggling money arms and foreign goods. Not only were his services retained throughout her reign from fifteen fifty three to fifteen fifty eight but besides his salary of twenty shillings per year he received grants of church lands to the yearly value of two hundred pounds.
"The royal exchange in the city of london was founded in the sixteenth century. In fifteen sixty five by merchant. Sir thomas gresham to act as a center of commerce for the city. The site was provided by the city of london corporation and the worshipful company of mercer's who still jointly own the freehold interest landmark. It was london's first purpose built to center the trading stocks. I'm was modeled on the bourse in work. The world's oldest financial exchange with thomas gresham had been based as a royal agents. So who was thomas. Gresham known as the father of english. Banking thomas gresham. The elder was born in fifteen nineteen and was an english merchant and financier who acted on behalf of king at with the fifth and edwards. Half-sisters queens mary. the i and elizabeth i. He was born in london and descended from an old norfolk family. He was the son of sir. Richard gresham leading merchant mercer and mood mayor of london who was knighted by king henry. The eighth for negotiating paper balloons with foreign merchants grushin was educated at saint paul school in the city following this he attended the university of cambridge and was concurrently apprenticed in the company in fifteen forty three. The mercer's company admits it gresham as a literary man on later that year he left england for the low countries basing himself in antwerp where he worked as a merchant whilst acting in various matters as agent king henry the eighth in fifteen fifty one following some financial mismanagement by the government gresham was called upon for his advice and through some methods that he thought up that would have been seen as somewhat questionable by today's standards raise the value of the pound on the antwerp boss and subsequently rescued around for which he was rewarded in various ways by king and wood on the accession of queen mary in fifteen fifty. Three gresham was replaced as advised by alderman. William don't see you however don't see financial operations proved unsuccessful and gresham soon reinstated. He professed his desire to serve the queen and manifest great adroitness both in negotiating loans and in smuggling money arms and foreign goods. Not only were his services retained throughout her reign from fifteen fifty to fifteen fifty eight but besides his salary twenty shillings per year he received runs of church lands to the yearly value of two hundred pounds queen elizabeth's reign of fifteen fifty eight to sixteen three the site continuing in his post as financial agents of the crown. Russian acted as ambassador plenipotentiary to the courts of duchess margaret's of palmer governor of the netherlands and was appointed a knight bachelor in fifteen fifty nine prior to his departure. The unsettled tines preceding. The dutch revolt compelled him to leave antwerp on the tenth of march fifteen sixty seven and though he spent the remainder of his life in london he continued his business as merchants and government financial agent in much the same way as always done his enterprises in england and europe made him one of the richest man of his generation. In england..
"The royal exchange in the city of london was founded in the sixteenth century. In fifteen sixty five by merchant. Sir thomas gresham to act as a center of commerce for the city. The site was provided by the city of london corporation and the worshipful company of mercer's who still jointly own the freehold interest of this landmark. It was london's first purpose built center the trading stocks. I'm was modelled on the boss. In at-work the world's oldest financial exchange with thomas gresham had been based as a royal agents. So who was thomas. Gresham no as the farber english banking. Sa- thomas gresham. The elder was born in fifteen nineteen and was an english merchant and financier who acted on behalf of king at with the fifth and edwards. Half-sisters queens mary. the i and elizabeth i. He was born in london and descended from an old norfolk family. He was the.
Chicago Priest Pfleger Reinstated After Abuse Investigation
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a Chicago priest is being reinstated after an abuse investigation the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Chicago announced Monday a nationally known activist priest is being reinstated as the leader of his parish after an investigation found insufficient reason to suspect he sexually abused children three accusers two brothers now in their sixties and a fifty nine year old man had come forward saying the Reverend Michael Pfleger sexually abused them decades ago Monday outside states a binder church Pfleger said I am innocent of those charges and accusations during the more than four months he was under investigation Slager who is white had strong support from leaders and parishioners at St some vinyl which serves the largely black and low income Auburn Gresham neighborhood on Chicago's south side at attorney for the accuser said his clients were disheartened I'm Mike Rossio
Watchdog Says Capitol Police Deficient at Monitoring Threats
"The capitol police department's watchdog says it was poorly organized equipped or trained to spot the looming threats ahead of the January six the salt capitol police inspector general Michael Bolton tells a congressional committee that the department needs to reorganize he cited one example in which three teams of officers were sent to check out pipe bombs leaving just one team just ahead of the January sixth attack Bolton adding there's a need for a standalone counter intelligence unit in support of protecting the congressional community would improve apartments ability don't find disrupt individuals or groups intent on engaging in illegal activity director at the Gresham community boards led straight a process Fulton says that the leadership was ill prepared for the onslaught is a mob of supporters of former president Donald Trump stormed the building Tim McGuire Washington
COVID Vaccine Appointments at United Center Open to 4 Additional Chicago ZIP Codes
"Or six Oh 6 to 46 Oh 64464651 in 60653 against six Oh 6 to 44451 and 53 Blocks have appointments at the United Center has been set aside for pills in Chatham, Auburn, Gresham, West and East Garfield Park, Austin, South Shore and Humble Park. $1400 federal pavements have started to be deposited into millions of people's bank accounts. Just one facet of the massive release
Murder charge filed in Chicago arson fire that killed mother, 10-year-old daughter
"Murder charges from a House fire and the Gresham neighborhood last month that left a mother and her daughter dead. Here's WGN's Jo brand. Chicago Police arrested 63 year old Reginald Brown Tuesday morning on suspicion of aggravated arson and first degree murder. Police say they obtained a surveillance video and identified Brown is the person who intentionally started a fire at a house in the 8600 block of South Hermitage Avenue 34 year old I'II she afford, and her 10 year old daughter, Portia died in the fire. Police say Brown knew that there were people inside the home. The video footage police obtained showed a man starting a fire after spreading gasoline throughout the back porch. Jo brand WGN news. The
Man, 5-year-old girl shot in Chicago's Gresham neighborhood on South Side
"Year old man, who was with her were shot last night in Gresham. On the south side. Police say they were inside a vehicle in the 900 block of West 76 Street around 6 P.m.. The man was shot in the forum and back. The girl was hit in the buttocks area. They were taken to the hospital and are in good condition. No one was in custody there amongst some two dozen people shot in Chicago this weekend. Six people were killed by gun violence in the city. The Chicago
Chicago shooting: Man, 5-year-old girl shot in Gresham neighborhood on South Side
"And 26 year old man, who was with her were shot last night in Gresham. On the south side. Police say they were inside a vehicle in the 900 block of West 76 Street around 6 P.m.. The man was shot in the forum and back. The girl was hit in the buttocks area. They were taken to the hospital and are in good condition. No one was in custody there amongst some two dozen people shot in Chicago this weekend. Six people were killed by gun violence in the city. The
NRDC's Dr. Vijay Limaye Discusses Measuring the Health-Related Costs of the Climate Crisis
"To the healthcare policy. Podcast i'm the host. David intra cosso with me today to discuss the climate crisis related health. Costs is dr. vj lemay climate and health scientists at the national resources. Defense council center. Dr lemay welcome to the program. Thank you dr maze by is of course posted on the podcast website on background. Twenty twenty set another global warming record this past year tight twenty sixteen as the hottest record year and strikingly warmer than twenty nineteen. For example average temperatures in some parts of the arctic last year were more than six degrees celsius higher than the twenty one thousand nine hundred eighty one to two thousand ten baseline average per no at twenty twenty seven. Us record with twenty two one billion dollar plus climate disasters. The previous record was sixteen and twenty seventeen toiling in some ninety. Five billion dollars in damages are more than double the forty one year average of forty five billion seventy events were linked to hurricanes and tropical storms concerning wildfires california suffered over ten million acres burned more than double the previous record set in twenty eighteen at four million acres adverse health effects caused by climate crisis. Events are on bounce well known for example in two thousand sixteen. The government published the impacts of climate change on human health in the us. And i recently cited lance and twenty twenty countdown on health report that concluded in part quote the world has already warned by one point. Two degrees celsius resulting in profound immediate and worsening health effects close quote nevertheless response. By thorough policymakers. Along with the health care industry remains far beyond inadequate. The best the recent congress recently concluded congress can do as produce a five hundred fifty page climate crisis report that drew no connection between the climate crisis and related effects. Imposed on medicare medicaid beneficiaries. Do likely in part to the fact. That neither med pack or mac. Pack independent gresham commissions given broad authority to address issues affecting. These programs has never addressed much less mentioned the climate crisis with me again to discuss climate crisis related. Health costs is the national resource. Defense counsels dr. vj lemay so at that As background vj. Let me begin by asking. If you can briefly describe the nrdc signed centers work shirt and. Thank you david for the invitation to speak with you and your listeners. I work at nbc. The natural resources defense council we are a profit organization working really to stay guard the earth. it's people plants animals and the natural systems on which we all rely. We combine the power of more than three million at rdc members across the country with the expertise of about seven hundred staffers that scientists like me but also lawyers policy advocates who are working together to protect clean air clean water and the natural systems on which we all depend so i work in the science center at entity see and science release the foundation of our work to protect people in the environment. We worked to understand environmental and human health problems working in interdisciplinary spaces in some of the work that we'll talk about today. In terms of connecting the dots between climate change in house is really the focus of my work. And i just have to say you know this period unprecedented on the scientific enterprise. It's more important than ever that we recognize the value that science brings to society and helping us to confront respond to some of these. Really urgent threats thank you. I appreciate that last point As we are well aware. Let me go to you recently. Published an article To your credit in health affairs Last month last month december issue was a theme issue on the climate crisis. I should say a health affairs polishes. Nineteen eighty-three had never previously addressed. Or excuse me. Nineteen one had never previously addressed this subject So again a -gratulations. Your article with your colleagues was titled estimating the cost of action and the economic benefits of addressing. The health harms of climate. Change But i wanna ask you specifically about that because you wrote in this essay quote unquote. There is currently a knowledge gap that must be addressed for more complete understanding of climate change related exposure response relationship. So explain to me what this knowledge gap is. Sure you know in your setup remarks. You mentioned the huge toll that climate and weather disasters inflicted on the united states last year. About ninety five billion dollars by the federal governments fresh estimate and well that's a staggering number as a health scientist. I'm an epidemiologist. I look at that figure and i wonder what's not included and the truth is that when our federal government is tracking the damage the climate change in reports like the billion dollar disaster list. It's actually not accounting for tremendous profound and sometimes irreversible damage to human house so there is a huge missing component. We think about the continuing and mounting costs of inaction on the climate crisis
Disinformation is Solvable
"We have this ideal of free speech, which is that there's a marketplace of ideas out there that more speeches always better because the good ideas will win out in the end. It's a kind of fundamentally optimistic idea. It comes originally from the political philosopher, John Stewart Mills and his book on Liberty in the nineteenth century, and then it Kinda comes into Supreme Court land in the twentieth century but it often turns out not to be true there various eras in history where propaganda and false ideas have actually won the day in politics you can think about the Nazis you can think about times of Soviet, union communism other nine, thousand, nine, hundred examples of. Fascism and more recent governments in places like Brazil and India, where disinformation has really one out and so I think that we are flirting with that possibility in a scary way in the United States right now the fact is marketplace of ideas was always a pretty shaky concept and so free speech is really important to our democracy but we need I think to reconceptualise how we think about it and how we protect it in a way that really protects the speech that supports democracy instead of threatening it too. So we get our terms clear sale little about how disinformation with a D. differs from misinformation with an m yeah I mean these are sort of. Terms that are only I think the definitions are becoming clearer kind of as we speak but misinformation usually refers to fax that turn out to be wrong and disinformation refers to wrong facts that are being deliberately pedaled for political end. So it's the more sinister version. Disinformation intentional deception often fueled by. Actors of different kinds is sort of crowding out the good information, economics called Gresham's law where you know the bad money the money that's fake gold kind of is circulating everywhere in the real money disappears from the marketplace in a way that something like that happening with information right with is just all of this swirling nonsense depending on where you get your information from and you can't tell what's the good information or if there's any good information in that context way. So one way to think about this is that it used to be hard. To speak, we had gatekeepers, we had these traditional media companies that had a real hold and sort of control over speech. Now, it's really easy to speak, but it's very hard to be heard, and some of what we see in disinformation campaigns is a deliberate effort to drown out true speech or to smear the reputations of people especially online so that they'll effectively be silenced they'll leave the space they won't keep trying to talk, and so it's the use of speech to suppress speech, and that is very challenging for our American First Amendment to deal with. Having you had a really good example in your your piece, which was a me my I hadn't come across that the Democrats were threatening to secede from the country. The election. Just tell that story in brief because it was such a tidy example of sort of you know in the famous like mark. Twain like a lie that God halfway around the world before the truth guidance boots on him and it's just a piece of nonsense spread like wildfire, right? Yeah. So over the summer, a group of academics and former. Administration officials, former campaign staffers, pollsters they got together to game out the twenty twenty election and they played out various scenarios in which one or the other candidate won. It was close there was litigation. There wasn't there basically testing the system of American democracy and Rosa Brooks who was one of the CO organizers of this project wrote an essay in the Washington Post in which you mentioned that in one of the several hypothetical Scenarios Biden won the popular vote Belossi the Electoral College and fictional team Biden talked about trying to ask California and the Pacific northwest threatened to secede as a way of pressuring Republicans to add more succeeds to the Senate there's just a sentence about this in Rosa Brooks's essay Out of that sentence comes an article by Michael Anton- a former trump official and a conservative publication. Arguing that a coup is coming and from that article comes and appearance by another trump official Tucker Carlson show talking about this fictional threat of a democratic coup, very popular right-wing podcast named Dan Bongino. He shows up making videos about this that are getting millions and millions of views on social media president trump tweets in praise of publication called Revolver News, a right-wing website, which is also spreading this false story and what you see here, all the parts of the right wing media ecosystem coming together to really give a big platform to this made up idea that the Democrats are planning a coup.
Chicago Gun Violence: 6 Dead, at Least 36 Wounded in Labor Day Weekend Shootings
"This holiday weekend so far has claimed the lives of six people. At least 38 were shot last year. The holiday saw, eight killed and 43 people hurt in shootings. Three people were wounded in front of their home yesterday in a drive by shooting in Auburn. Gresham, this neighbor across the street, says he was in his backyard, getting ready to barbecue when he heard the shots. I just took some meeting in the house and I heard the gunshots like Oh, God. Next door's he thought it was Gangway. Before people are also wounded in a drive by last night In the South Shore neighborhood, Chicago police
Pfleger calls for more 'Ring' video camera doorbells in high-violence Chicago neighborhoods
"Chicago police say a person brought in for questioning after this week's mass shooting outside of South Side funeral home was released without charges. At least 15 people were wounded in the Gresham neighborhood Tuesday evening. Father, Michael Flag, er tells W. G M's Roe, Conn. There's an easy way to curb crime pushing for ring doorbells on every house started with maybe angle would offer aggression or Austin some of the community of amount of this violence, get donors and to get out there and say, Hey, let's help with donating these Let's get free Internet forum. He says he reached out to the company to partner with the community. Seven year old Natalia Wallace's killer was caught based on evidence from a ring doorbell camera. She was shot and killed on the fourth of July during a party at her grandmother's home. No. One's in custody in the funeral home
President Trump sending 'hundreds' of federal agents to Chicago as part of anti-violence effort
"Least 15 people were shot outside a a funeral funeral home home in in Chicago's Chicago's Auburn Auburn Gresham Gresham neighborhood neighborhood on on Tuesday Tuesday night, night, adding adding to to the the drastic drastic increase increase in in homicides homicides and and shootings shootings across across that that city city over over the the past past year. year. In In response response to to the the recent recent gun violence. The Trump Administration said it would plan to send 150 federal agents to Chicago this week. And that would echo recent deployments of federal law enforcement to cities including Portland, Oregon, where federal agents have reportedly used unmarked cars to arrest and detain protesters. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said on Wednesday that her city would collaborate with federal law enforcement. But she also expressed skepticism about President Trump's approach. Unfortunately, we can't put anything past the Trump administration. I'm hopeful that they will not be foolish enough to bring that kind of nonsense to Chicago. But I'm also not naive, and we're going to be diligent and we're gonna be ready. If we need to stop them. We're going to we're going to
15 wounded in Chicago funeral home shooting amid surge of gun violence
"In Chicago could be the center of Tuesday's mass shooting at a funeral visitation in the Gresham neighborhood. Chicago Police believe the shooting is linked to gang retaliation. State representative Love Thought LaShawn Ford spoke with W. G. M's Roque on this afternoon have so many guns and drugs in the community without Riel attack on it is the problem. How could it be easier for people and those communities of guns and ammunition and drugs than it is for them the open abusers and did a job. 15 people were shot near Roads Funeral home near 79th in Carpenter ST Sabina Church is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved. No one's in custody. A number of
Suspects on home monitoring not being watched, Chicago police say
"Back to Alderman O'Shea O'Shea. Thought we were talking about Vaping earlier, but there's a lot. There's a lot going on in the city. Aziz, you probably have noticed, and I want to just kind of since you're here, old man. I want to ask you. You know what? What do you think? The most pressing issue for the city right now is you look at everything on the agenda. I know the budget is front and center, and there isn't Great news there. There's a lot. There's a lot of holes to fill this year. And next. Is you Look forward. What? What can you tell us? Way have very difficult decisions out of us pertaining to our budget. But I think the most pressing thing right now is the, um unbelievable amount of violence we have seen and some of our communities of the past several weeks record numbers and I feel like every weekend. It's a competition to surpass the weekend before, um Chicago Police continue get dozens and dozens of guns off the street for weekend. But you know, we keep having these These incidents of, uh, you know, mass shootings, you know, just last night in our neighboring auburn Gresham community you had, uh, you know, Our group fires into a crowd. Five people shot 10 minutes later. Full box away. Tell it toward gunfire. People shot. Um the unbelievable level of gun violence right now in our city is the most precious thing we have to. We have to try to, uh, you know, get some of these bad people off the street. You know, That's something that point is, well, we'll take it and I just I feel like we talked about this yesterday, and I'm hearing it again from the police superintendent and some of the top brass have been doing interviews today, and they're they're they're honing in on It's home monitoring system that they're saying is failing. The police department at the police department goes in. They find the guys with the gang members they might have. They have some sort of record. They're caught with an illegal weapon and they get the home monitoring system. There are 3000 of them connected to the county jail. There are 1000 of them connected to the county courts. And basically, no one's really watching them after they get out, and they directly pointed them as some of the key suspects in the last three weekends of the most violent crimes in our city that there seems to be this disconnect. Between the courts and what's happening with the whole monitoring system. I get this whole idea about the jail and the risk of Cove. It might make some judges more lenient on that sort of thing. But when you see this sort of pattern do you agree with the police superintendent when he makes these calls, and the mayor has mentioned it as well? About those calls to say, You know what? There's something about this home monitoring system that's failing us all failing those communities and putting these violent offenders back on the streets. Uh, 100%. I agree with the superintendent and the mayor, and, um I mean, peach, and every week we continue to see young innocent Children out in front of their own homes. How many young Children have to die? And where is the outrage? Yeah, We're almost desensitized to it as a city, And that is utterly frustrating. Um, the families decimated by gun violence. Um Absolutely. We have it. We have a problem with the monitoring system. There are thousands of bad people. Repeat gun offenders are on the street today and each and every weekend when we look at the numbers somebody involved in these shootings. Has a very extensive criminal record. That should not be out on the street. We need to figure out a way to get them off the street where they continue to go back and commit these violent crimes more often than not. Shooting innocent people, not the rival gang member. Um, it's it's so disheartening. It is.
"Welcome back to another five minutes in Church history for this episode. I am sitting here with a book in my hand. It is J. Gresham Megan's the origin of Paul's religion. It was first published in nineteen twenty one and that was when it was copyrighted. And this edition. Looks like it's from nineteen twenty five and autographed. It says with warm regards. Day Gresham Megyn October. Six Nine thousand nine hundred twenty seven. He gave it to George Fisher and George Fisher. Meticulously underlined and put in margin notes throughout this whole book. Sometimes you find books with notes and they stop after the first chapter to these notes. Go all the way through. Well that's the particular book but let's talk about this book Paul's religion. This book originated in lectures. In fact. There's a page here at the beginning that says the James Sprint lectures in nineteen eleven Mr James Sprint of Wilmington North Carolina gave to the Trustees of union theological seminary in Virginia. The some of thirty thousand dollars since increased by his generosity to fifty thousand dollars and it goes on to say that the purpose of that money was to set up a lectureship and in nineteen twenty two twenty one the lectures the sprint lectures were given by the Reverend. Dr John Grissom the year before the lectures were given by G Campbell. Morgan from London. The Great London pastor and the year after making the lectures were given by none other than the honorable William Jennings Bryan the nineteen twenty one thousand nine hundred ninety two lectures just three years before Brian would get into that courtroom in Dayton Tennessee. Well let's talk about mentions sprint lectures. He gave it the title the origin of Paul's religion there were actually three views floating around testament scholarship of the origin of Christianity. You see these New Testament scholars. German English turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century. Made a distinction between the Jesus of the Gospels and the religion of Paul and they saw Jesus as one who talked about behavior ethics and made religion essentially how we live. Paul's the great systematize her and turned all of those systems of behavior into belief codes that you had to believe. And so that was the argument there was the Jesus of the Gospels the religion of Paul. And so where did? Paul's religion come from while German scholar Adolf von Harnack argued. That Paul was not a foundation not building on a foundation of the Gospels but was his own sort of mix off of the gospels. Harnack did not like Paul. He didn't like John Either. He only liked this synoptic gospels and then not even all of them and he certainly didn't like things like the Apostles Creed Harnack said Paul Deified Christ and turned him into somebody that Christ never claimed to be. There was also the German scholar of Rada and he said that Paul founded the Christian religion on certain Jewish elements from the enter testament period. But certainly not from Jesus and then there was another scholar boo set. And he said Oh wasn't founded on Judaism at all. Paul founded his religion on the Greek Pagan religions. Well Megan did not agree with that at all. An in this very scholarly book which was about three hundred pages when it was done. Amazing wanted it to be five hundred pages but the publisher said No. That's too much But in this very scholarly book Mason makes the case that the origin of Paul's religion is from Jesus himself the very end. This is what made us Paulin. Ism was not a philosophy. It was not a set of directions for escape from the misery of the world was not an account of what had always been true on the contrary it was an account of something that had happened and what had happened was the death and resurrection of Jesus. Megan says this he loved me and gave himself for me. There lies the basis of the religion of Paul. There lies the basis of all of Christianity. Well that's Mason on Paul's religion and I'm Steven. Thanks for joining us for five minutes in Church history
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"President trump could do it right now okay Gresham approval necessary just eliminate the student loan debt system it's a broken system it's putting a crimp on the economy the be a great way to revitalize sings it would cost nothing because all this money is already gone out the door and we've already made money off of it so it's you know could we make more if we continued to shoot ourselves in the foot yup up but I I think really our guest tonight is making a very reasonable case he was also making a very reasonable analogy unfortunately we had to go to the break so we'll get back to that just a second and get rest your calls and coming up next for Alan Collinge student loan justice on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett real people real stories and I copied twenty four hours a day in lost crops my floor with that literally copying and celebrity yeah I saw three different and they could do nothing you mentioned to me about a product president Reagan had taken which one we one week my coughing back in the corner.
Gresham man accused of smuggling misbranded chloroquine
"Is good our top story aggression man is facing federal charges accused of trying to profit from the covert nineteen pandemic eleven ninety K. exes Gail Cunningham explains forty two year old Matthew Owens is accused of illegally buying and importing misbranded Cllr Quinn from China for attempted resale in the west Cork when the active ingredient in prescription drugs used to treat malaria has also been used in some coronavirus cases the investigation began April thirteenth when a package from China containing white powder addressed one department was intercepted at a FedEx facility in Memphis the substance labeled ammonium phosphate turned out to be Clark when Owens made his first court appearance Monday a conviction could be the twenty three year federal
Commissioners say Franklin County was never officially closed
"Let's rip of Republican lawmakers want to hold a special session to deal with the outbreak at economic shutdown representative Jesse young says measures to prevent the spread of covert nineteen I've been working however it will only work if people continue to choose to abide by them and we're seeing greater instances of civil disobedience however you want to label it but if that continues to occur because people are frustrated at not feeling as though they're being listened to the missile system falls apart anyway so far no comment from governor Inslee's office Franklin County is back for a bit open for business again though in defiance of the stay at home order issued by governor Insley county commissioners voting yesterday to allow businesses to reopen if they choose to couples calling Johnson a unanimous decision by the three county commissioners tells businesses church leaders go ahead and reopen nobody's coming after you Franklin County sheriff Jim Raymond had already given his nod Gresham I'm not going to enforce that the bottom line during that so yesterday the commission members said Inslee's emergency proclamation is unconstitutional sure Freeman telling Kamel they had four deaths in Franklin County and they do take covert nineteen seriously not to the point that we become fearful and were fearful to move about because our government says we can't have the decisions under review by that county's prosecutor and the governor's office is firing back calling it a wrong headed approach that could expose the county to legal liability a spokesman from Inslee's office told reporters last night local jurisdictions can go further with restrictions but not
Re-Thinking Church Missions
"All through the history of the Church of Christ. There has been a ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth that is a quote from Alan McRae Twentieth Century Presbyterian Churchmen and Biblical scholar. He learned that quote firsthand. He was with J Gresham Machen as a student at Princeton Seminary in the late nineteen twenty s and when Mason left Princeton in one across the Delaware River over to Philadelphia to found Westminster Theological Seminary. Mcrae went along with them and a few years later in one thousand nine thirty six when Mason. Who was ousted from the Presbyterian church U S and he formed a new church the Orthodox Presbyterian church well McRae went along with him again. So what was the issue in the Nineteen Thirties and specifically in nineteen thirty six mccray is about this ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth. Will broadly speaking. The issue was liberalism and cultural progressivism This had been at work in the Presbyterian Church USA and many other denominations as well at the time from the eighteen nineties on through the roaring twenties. Mason battled it at Princeton and he was battling it. Within the denomination narrowly. Speaking the issue was missions in nineteen thirty to the fall of nineteen thirty two. A report was issued entitled Rethinking Missions. This report was then published fully in nineteen thirty three no fewer than seven volumes published by Harper again under the title rethinking missions. This project was all funded by John. D Rockefeller it had representatives from seven key positions on mission boards. In seven denominations participated. This document had two major parts. One was based on a fact finding mission and just spoke of the state of missions and the conditions of places three places in particular China and India. Japan were studied the second part raised new ways. That mission should be done and challenge the old ways that missions was being done in a nutshell. What this document wanted to promote was to advance spiritual idealism social brotherhood Economic Welfare and Cultural Unity. The rethinking part means that to think of missions as simply the Great Commission the Proclamation of the Gospel to every tribe to every nation that is too narrow and in fact has been wrong headed we need a different mission. Different approach that represents the realities of the twentieth century so missions needs to be rethought well. This deeply troubled J. Gresham mation. He saw in this and denial of the Gospel and he couldn't believe that not only did his own mission board of the Presbyterian Church U s not only did it not refute this document but it had key representatives. Who are part of it and were promoting it. This was also the time of the missionary. Pearl Buck in nineteen thirty two. She had just won the Pulitzer Prize. She was a very significant figure in American culture and she was a Presbyterian missionary. Who denied the Atonement of Christ the Deity of Christ the authority of Scripture and all of this just perplexed Mason and so he challenged his denomination. He wrote a one hundred and ten page pamphlet to go along with an overture that he introduced in his presbytery and he wanted the Presbyterian Church to refute this document. They didn't and so. In one thousand nine hundred thirty three he formed the independent board of Presbyterian foreign missions that eventually led to his ouster from his denomination and so in Nineteen ninety-six once he was defrocked he just formed a new denomination the Orthodox Presbyterian church six months later January one nineteen thirty seven. Mason died but his commitment to the church and his commitment to the Gospel was evident there in that action of standing against the tide of his denomination and standing for the Gospel. He did not want to rethink missions but rather in the twentieth century he wanted to reaffirm the mission of the Church and the Great Commission. Well that was mentioned in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. And I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for joining us. For Five minutes purchased
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"Copyright Gresham right now Ryan news thank you for everything you've done people in the business no but a lot of people wouldn't know you've been handling the advertising sales for this ever since you well lost your house lost her job lost their city in hurricane Katrina yeah did the hurricane Katrina saying and then was thinking about maybe want to try something new and I've been working in television and cable there in advertising and then we had this really wild idea wait a minute my dad does media and I sell advertising perhaps we should work together so far so good it is worked out quite well there's been a great book and boy let me tell you my wife your mom was worried she said well I don't know what this whole thing about you guys working together that may not be good for the family in a dollar fine it works out fine I want to thank our Republic people thank him somebody who people don't know anything about is our beloved incredible Sir Frank in our office who takes care of the traffic takes care of booking the gas to basically takes care of all of us yeah absolutely we have a great team a gun talk media I I kind of joke were small but mighty in zero was beyond me and knew she was employee number one and she has been kind of holding down the fort and is basically are everybody has that person office that's the catch all I do everything in there where all the bodies are buried and they'll call for everything that Serra the server installer because I think she's smarter than all of us put together and she kind of just looked at us we're screwed up like yeah no we're not doing that yeah you're not a member of the team for sure yeah we got great people we got your video editors and and camera operators and people I mean just it's terrific and I'm not even talk about the the people all the gun talk radio side of things so there's there's that as well so what next for all of the things that you're doing I know you're always looking up to where you're going next year eyeing more podcast more podcast content and and that kind of alluded we're always looking for more ways to get that content out there so figure out what the next thing is you know we're using social media like Facebook Instagram you too to get the message out there but for us we we know those are places that are a big reach but they're not necessarily friendly to our content so people use them and but the idea is we want people to be on our platforms because in case you to Facebook tell us your debt you're done go away if you're if you're signed up for the newsletter the email newsletter if you're signed up for following a roku channel those types of places we can still get you the content good point because you never know when that is because okay no more gun because boom they're all gone like that and I do want to mention again the email news articles gun talk dot com and you can sign up to get the newsletter we call it the truth squad newsletter we started the two squad cars twenty years ago now I'll get a hundred hundred volunteers never got more than a hundred thousand all the little pretty crazy it's a being in a war and it's effectively we need to send a whole bunch of people you know out there or have them sent emails we just alert the truth squad aboard they show up exactly it also I shouldn't forget to mention gun DeLeo it's our smartphone app it's a great way to get news to get the podcast your video content but it's a free app for your smartphone.
"gresham" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Then use story Gresham police investigating the crash that killed eleven year old boy it happened at the intersection of Hogan road in south east fifth street near McCarty middle school police said the boy did have the right away the driver twenty sexual Garrett Berquist was arrested after police say he showed signs of impairment a suspected serial killers been charged with murder in a Vancouver court room seven year old worn forest is accused of killing Martha Morrison more than forty years ago family friend in a rush tells Kate to force didn't look like a killer Morrison's remains were found by hundreds in twenty fifteen a couple of years later DNA evidence connected for us to her murder two men were arrested near the Nike store in Beaverton when a deal on the offer up app went bad Washington County sheriff's office says Rafael Martinez was allegedly selling passes to the Nike store Jen who try to buy one that says it never showed up he set up a meeting with Martinez and who allegedly brought a gun I'm Veronica Carter eleven ninety K. E. ax ax traffic from the Papa Murphy's traffic center we make if you bake it still some slow traffic headed toward tool five on I five north getting into to wallets and after an earlier crash in one study for stop and go to a five all the way to live five and how much improvement over the sunset highway everything bogs down just us two seventeen Lynn masters and K. E. X. traffic now K. to weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance rainy weather returns by afternoon increasing into tonight also a winter weather advisory for the cascades posted this afternoon for tomorrow's more heavy snow will come down up there daytime highs in the metro area around fifty degrees and breezy again tonight returns.
"gresham" Discussed on KTOK
"To go buy more guns please that's my rationalization so I want to wait until Gresham and this is done talk where we're gonna be talking about guns and shooting again ammunition and cool stuff and it's just a few days before Christmas and still time still time there's all kind of good deals out there at your local gun store lot of things going on we'll talk about that also we are there some new guns coming out that we can't talk about I know I know I know how to talk about kind of the fact that there are new guns coming out and I couldn't talk about them there's still some we can't talk about but we will certainly be let you know about some of the new ones that have just been announced this week while several hot stuff some cool things going on also looking for your thoughts guns for Christmas just another story let's see this was written or co written by a an emergency room doctor versus guns are a bad idea for gifs if you saw what I saw in the emergency room you would know that guns are a bad idea for gifts for people at nine AM Yanni on a yeah I get it if that's all your exposure that's all you know then that's all you know if all you ever sees the bad side of good firearms ownership accidents and criminal misuse of guns you think that's all there is if you were to take a little bit more rounded view you would say which she let's look at the numbers six thousand times and you are not here not a month not a week but six thousand times a day people use guns in self defense in the United States yes that's about three million times a year no you don't hear about on the news most of the time ninety nine percent the time nobody have to fire a shot it is persuasive I would just tell you this persuasively point a gun at a bad guy he often decides to go away when when that works a thousand times a day people use guns to stop crime just protect themselves women protect themselves from domestic violence women protect themselves from carjackers firm rapist from people who try to kidnap their children six thousand times a day in this chapter doctors won't tell us no no go to a bad idea you don't need those guys are really only used her people we don't really know how many rounds are fired today in the United States but certainly not a million it's upwards beyond ten million yes to me around today while let's not put a whole lot of people in the merger rooms is not ten million I just want to see people like that I just wonder will where you coming from what what's your background are you that lazy honestly are you that lazy to not do your research to say well in my experience one really care what your experiences because that's not exactly indicative of what the situation is you have a very specific set of experiences part of of course is the intellectual slash delete idea of I will tell you how to run your life because I'm smarter then you have letters behind my name I have more years of schooling than you do therefore hi must help you because you're just not capable of taking care of yourself so there is that on the other hand it's gonna be a lot more talk to your liberal out where were hit in twenty twenty a lot of things going on it's gonna be I'm dubbing it the year of the big gun fight I hope it's just a political fight the year the big gun fight twenty twenty we'll talk about that Hey what would come back allow one can forget us really talk about a new gun and actually it's showing enough a new car three a lot of things going on here gun talk here I'm Tom rush would love to get your range of Portugal been shooting something buying something or think about buying something called me.
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"Christopher belief change healing incite methods Yeah Berlin I'd love to talk to you more about this because within each of the shot crisis is sort of finding cabinet. Isn't there're different kinds of associations within the book you've got like low. Oh two different varieties at each level. So there's a whole scope there. It's not one-size-fits-all a tall. It's very much you dive in there and see what which ones you resonating the middle muscle testing for his world. That's part of what's beautiful about the method is you. Can you can go into your own feelings. which believes you want to align with or I channeled a series of beliefs per chakra and you can muster test you so to see which is your priority so if you have an issue you wake up feeling anxious just one morning can't quite pinpoint what it's about? Then you can monetize yourself to see where which you're probably bring us off into alignment with it and you feel shift reached right. Have you got any little snippet just before we go here. You can share with people to help them to de stress if it was all getting too much and you know from the wealth of experience could be something that you could suggest to them Two things that I tell my clients so one is as cross so crossed. The ankles crossed the wrists together linking the hands together. That's pressed hard to see through on radio. But crossing over the rest and linking hands together so so when we cross a ankles crosser rests linked the hands together weak. Put us in a whole brain state so you that that goes some way across crawls opposite opposite knee gets you hope rained. EXA- helps take you out of if cross trainer response yet. Running is good walking's gays swinging MOMS and there's a tip that I use now so when when particularly if you're anxious or stressed it's very hard to take a breath in so I always suggest three brass has on the heart. I want to come back to haunt combined. Harken back to heart hands on the heart. Too long breath outs do this with me now. Long exhale breathe out more funny than you think you can. Who Long exhale breathing out more fully than you think you ran and breath in firt long exhale and then Britain and on this inward breath? Hold your breath. So don't breathe keep it breath hold and this creates reset within the brain and within the system and when you feel ready allow exhale uh-huh breathe normally radian. So I love the idea this reset. So you're coming out. Stress Response with this bridge of movements contention and the holding in the breath yet creates a recite within the put. A brilliant Gresham record. Thank you so much less. Let's not giving her a big hug now for Go go all my friends and we'll get Nikki back again soon. Talk more about her brilliant healing insight method and and. I hope that this has helped you here on she time. And thanks for bearing with slightly sub-standard Sound Quality I thought actually having the Microphone directly with us in her studio up in mid her. was she going to work out well but I'm really not a sound technician Shen. I just sort of point and shoot really so thank you for bearing with us and any way off track to play that Nikki really wanted to share with you by Gye Jagdeesh. This is called in dreams and an Akita sent a text. I said what would you like to say about this track. And she says I love this song. It reminds us that we all loved as we are enabling us in the letting go of the struggle and the belief change that is possible with her healing insight method and this opens doors with Love Faith Compassionate Grace and so the lyrics and sentiments apart fact coming back to love and all is possible to be strong. Be Kind to be brave. Know Your Mind know that your divine and know that it's all right to be afraid and know your loved and and she says I honestly feel like she wrote this song just for me. I wonder what you feel now. You can listen to it too.
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"You decide to accept it is to host a radio show that will bring true common sense to the discussion of firearms right in this country. Good luck to you. And your Tom Gresham's Gun Talk to you. Right back with eight six talk gun is the magic number if you'd like to join us. I'm Tom Gresham. We talk about just about every kind of shooting. You can do just imagine you can't even imagine. How many different types of competition the rest, for instance, in all the things that people do shotguns handguns rifles action shooting fast shooting, and of course, one of the things that's really become massively popular and fascinating as well as long range shooting. We're joining me to talk about that. And what's going on there? Tom fuller with Armageddon gear, Tom. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. Absolutely. All right. First of all, I guess we'll start off with who are you? And who who is? And what is Armegeddon gear? Name's Tom fuller. I am an Armageddon gear we make long range shooting. Sary's? We do stuff for the military do law enforcement all kinds of different agencies. We do a lot of OEM business to the gun companies in the US. And but our biggest customer is gathered or just into precision long range shooting. How'd you get into this? Well, I started I started shooting three gun years ago or meals the sergeant major of the army marksmanship unit so precarious mayor with that unit. But I really liked watching the guy she started doing with them while I was there. But at my job in the unit, but when I retired I got into it. And then the rival started and started going to those events, and it was just just at my really really enjoyed it and got into it and started making a few little products like most people in our sector or in our market have a great idea for a different kind of rear bag or a different kind of slain. I was one of thousands of guys that had a swing out here. You know? In my garage and started selling them out of the garage and people started buying them in another Cain. Another product came in there. That's kind of the culture of AMU. Anyway, is tinkering. What if we did this? How about this little thing? Amidst the whole idea behind AMU, which is how do we make people in quip work better? Right. That's exactly right. Yep. That's what they did. Okay. So question for you. And here's one of those probably isn't real answer. But when people say long range shooting how long does have to be before we call it long range. L? So I in the precision rifle series, and you know, the average match and then there's the National Rifle league, and they're both very similar. They they run very similar format. Averaging gauge -ment is gonna be between four and six hundred. I would say out of two hundred round match. Most of them are going to be around five or six hundred. Let's say that just a few more in most matches depending on Priscilla, you'll shoot two thousand at least in many of the venues you'll shoot to twelve hundred in further out. We've if the facility will support it we shot to a mile. The difference in this is it's not, you know, like an F class or a type of shooting. You're laying there trying to shoot small little groups or something. Businesses. You're you're on o'clock, you have a part time, and there's a lot of movement. So it's really about building a position quickly and getting stable enough to take a well aimed long range shot. Interesting to some extent. I would think that today's gear and technique and everything else that people use it for long range shooting really kind of ozone lot of its history to bid dress shooting, doesn't it? I think when it comes to obviously, the Beatrice guy have standards in in in precision. You know in a lot of the calibers like mail today. One of the most popular calories to six dasher, which is a variant of the six picturesque. And you know, a lot of the bullet technology and things have came over from the right? Other than you know, loading. You know, the the bulletin calibers that are used. I don't think I think that's about as far as the goes. Because the the the two sports are so so different. So interest. It's all about who can shoot the smallest group scraping in percents to can quickly and efficiently shoot a one or two MO target. You know, what kind of gear people use it for P R S. We're kinda rifles. So the. Familiar with manner stocks, and yeah, there's a lot of stocks out there. So we'll start with that. So a Stocker chassis. Of course, there's a lot of chassis companies popping up. MPA comes to mind is probably the biggest one right now serving the community, but a either a a good stock chassis much like any sport. You know? It's always about new equipment new thanks to make you better. Dealer. I don't know. We wanna make sure interesting we're talking about bolt action God's here yet. That's right. And you can get it. Open question Gaskin, if you'd like to see less and less of that. But the chances of talks now even putting rails on the stocks where you can live ipod Ford and back, and you can barricade type clamps, and you can attach a card right to your rifle. You're so many accessories that you can do now, but is is usually a twenty six inch barrel fairly heavy average guns going away thirteen fourteen pounds some late more you're looking at one pound of below triggers. Six millimeter anything in a six millimeter or six point five is pretty much what everybody shaped now. The six millimeter here, you're pushing a hundred and eight bullet around thirty one hundred probably around average for most guys. So it's a hobby see bullets spayed, you know. Can I get you to hold on a second? I gotta take a quick break here. When we come back. 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