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"haider" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"Old 'cause you can buy a big one and a two year old lay on it. Yeah look to answer your question. I think it's really important to manage your sleep really really important Managing your energy. I think is really important and it's easier said than done. I'm really conscious of these days. And i'm trying to improve it Of course with a two year old at home it's it's a bit challenging but that's no excuse. either. I think I think we can all be disciplined about it and what that ends up doing. Is you're hap- your happiness level is up. Your creativity is is up. Your relationships are banner your ability to do your best work is is well positioned so i think sleep is really important so is working out meditation and all that good stuff and getting time for during your days. Yeah the the. No screen time is Is a hard one for me. Third question you get asked me wanna finish up is lands. Are you a believer or a non believer absolutely ab- lever why Well look i think. The the recent evidence Is is too coincidental. I think it's coming from different. Different sources You know president obama set some stuff about it. A few years ago has seen watching some interview from From a person who served in the navy so the i. It's too coincidental now. That people are coming out with the same sort of narrative or observations or sightings What is unclear is the incidents that are being reported. Are those actual aliens. That we don't know but i do believe in the idea that there's probably some other species. I think it's naive for us to think that the such large universe and were the only species. Ufo's and aliens together isn't necessarily how it works right you can have an unidentified object that flies and not be an alien alien also doesn't have to be a two handed for or to human like creature it can be an insect all we know and what would be fascinating insect. That's like way smarter than us. Cephalopod that is thing that lives in the ocean. They took an intelligence test. And it's the first animal in the ocean. I think that passed the intelligence test. They give to kids like all right. I'm out all right you guys. We won't question. Finish up what you got for me. What do you think about okay. Coin and our b. c. h. b. s. svu listing. What was your view when you saw us doing that. i'd i'd be curious to to hear what know what your perception was. I think there's a lot of people who agree it's confusing. I think there's a lot of people who also for either economic or social reasons and kind of social consensus and political correctness. Don't do anything about it. I don't think that it is unfair of you to say hey. Our customers are getting confused. Therefore we're going to take action. People will debate on a whole spectrum. Of here's all the things you could have done like. Where's the right decision. But they're not the people making the decision right. They're not the people who are kind of like in the game right. I like in that too like armchair quarterback right monday morning quarterback. It's real easy to say. I shouldn't have done the ball. Wide receiver. look at the other was wide open..
"haider" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"Most customers were Asking for staking support within the new apso money right away. He wanna make money a and and i think we we should have that launch pretty soon. So that's one number excited about and we're also thinking about other experiences beyond just what. The customers are asking often times I think we both can agree. Some of the really sticky products don't often get Incubated from customer requests. In fact most customers don't know what they want until they see it arguably so there is work that we're doing to to distinguish our platform such that there is like core utility that just differentiates are when you come to us. We're not like every other platform. You're not just coming to us because of our one of our biggest value proposition which is fees a lot of customers. Come to us because they're placing orders in there like look guys are. Your fees are very appealing so beyond that there is stuff that we're working on To to entertain people to let them have fun when they come enter into crypto markets and get introduced through these concepts which goes back to meet the customer where they are a lot of the new investors are younger folks and they wan- certain gamification in the platform In such and they want to be able to talk about this stuff with each other. So yeah. there's there's stuff customer feedback that we're excited about makes a ton of sense One of the things. I think really caught my attention early on with you guys was You've been funding. Bitcoin developers talk a little bit about that effort. And like where did that idea come from then house having going so with bitcoin core development This this effort started before i joined. Okay coin last year. I think join somewhere in march This is an effort. That's really close to our ceo. And there's another person on our team who's driving this on a day-to-day basis. There wasn't any commercial intent behind why we did this. What excited me about this effort. And part of the why. I decided to join okay. Coin is there's a lot of work that happens whether investment or product or. What have you that. That actually doesn't have a commercial intent. It's not about revenue it's not about fees it's about doing the right thing so our belief internally that That is pretty clear to everyone. Is we believe that. Bitcoin serves as the foundational layer to all crypto markets. When there's walla. Toluene bitcoin marcus. There's wall tel avi elsewhere. In all all the rest of the alz so it it it comes with that that you know as a platform it comes with a sense of responsibility that we must fund the bitcoin core developers. Because they're doing great work there. Essentially you know developing these markets and maturing them over time somebody's gotta fund them and as a platform we feel that corporate obligation. We feel that it's our sense. It's our character And when we deploy investment we are not seeking any You know we're not seeking any commercial intent There is none and what we've really liked about our deaf grants as the the idea that you know there was one developer refunded before that she was funded by bit mix and now she was recently For this year funded by gemini which is a great sign. Right like we're all working together to to support these these great developers immediate our name Which which. I think is really authentic and true true to our character. How do you pick who to find. It's a pretty rigorous process. I'm probably not the best person to answer that. Hong our ceo is speaking at the bitcoin conference. And she's talking about this land on a panel..
"haider" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"What's up everyone. this is anthony pump. Yano most of you know me as pomp. You're listening to the podcast simply the best podcast out there..
40 Fully Vaccinated People Infected With COVID-19 in Sonoma County
"Are becoming infected with coronavirus in Sanoma County in northern California. 40 people develop the virus Two months after being vaccinated, vaccine expert Dr Dean Fanelli tells KOGO news. There are a couple of explanations. First of all after you get your second shot. It takes a couple weeks before you develop that immunity, so it could be that they were still in that window off. Not developing. For immunity for people generally that if they're outside of that window, you have to recall that the vaccines are not 100% effective there 95% effective so there will be people out there that it's not effective on and will get Covitz. Doctors agree by receiving the vaccine your chances of getting covert 19 or lesson and your body is better prepared to fight the virus. Marilyn Haider KOGO News, a prominent Republican here in
Another Mass Shooting: Suspect Under Arrest in Boulder, CO
"Mass shooting in the United States. A Marilyn Haider in the Cocoa New Center. It happened today at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado. We had a very tragic incident today. Here at the King Soopers. There was loss of life. We have multiple people who were killed in this incident and I am sorry to have to report that one of them was a Boulder police officer. Boulder police chief carry on. Noguchi says six people were killed and the suspect was wounded and is under arrest. He says They're not releasing any more information right now, but may release more later tonight.
Russia, Iran Aimed to Sway 2020 Election Through Covert Campaigns
"Report on Russia, Iran and the presidential election in Maryland. Haider in the Cocoa News Center, a U. S intelligence report says Russia and Iran spread false or inflated claims about the 2020 presidential election to sway the results but didn't try to alter the voting process. The office of the director of national intelligence is foreign actors did not Change votes or disrupt the voting process in last year's presidential election, But a broad array of foreign governments did take steps to try and influence the election. That list includes Russian President Vladimir Putin, who intelligence officials say authorized operations designed to harm President Biden's candidacy in operation by Iran was aimed at undermining former President Trump's reelection. As Cheryl Halpern on
More Californians Are Now Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine
"If you are 16 or older and you have certain health conditions you actually qualify for a vaccine Doctor. Robert Schooley is a professor of medicine in the infectious disease division at UC San Diego. He tells KOGO news. It's complicated to decide who's in the category. Some are wondering why Type Two diabetes is included, but not Type One. The reason for that is the Type two diabetes is adult onset diabetes. It's often associated with obesity and can be associated with heart disease. These patients with diabetes being in it Get her disease, the one to get into trouble with covert type One diabetes is juvenile onset diabetes, often with younger, skinnier people. Dr. Scully also says, Well, some heart issues qualify. Hypertension does not know the county says that is the number one condition among most hospitalized covert patients. Marilyn Haider KOGO News, the
Interview With Jedidiah Jenkins
"I mean awesome to see you. And i was realizing that the full extent of our entire relationship is based on this. You know and yet we go seventy and then we always depart with grand designs on like hanging out all the time and then that never happens in. You accused me of living in dubai. Well that's true. yeah. I mean as an east cider making haider's it's just a lifestyle over there. I mean when you live this far out. Is it more of an understood burden that you're the one that goes or to your friends. One hundred percent. I mean the the consensus is you essentially live in santa barbara. And if you wanna see friends like you're the one who's going to have to make the effort more than them because it's such a schlep or you plan out a dinner party way in advance and right. There's not right but yeah exactly like good luck with that right now. So the sole extent of my social interaction like everybody is either on zoom or in the few rare and beautiful instances that i can cajole people like yourself to come here to have even distanced. Real human interaction is a treasure. So how do well. I'm a double extrovert seven. India graham seven full-on like not built for a isolated pandemic But living in los angeles to the degree. That i do. I feel very lucky that we live in a place with you can be outside. And there's so many places to hike and walk and i've been able to go on neighborhood walks with friends and things like that go to the beach and whatever it is even go camping out in the desert and that's been a lifesaver just to have something on the horizon your camping trip in a month for any seven. We're always looking to. We just need the next adventure in the calendar to like be able to exist today. Which is probably you live. You still live with roommates. Yeah you do so. You have a bubble of voting rights and styling never lived alone. I'm a full on. Grown adult man never lived alone. And i'm curious. I think if. I am uncoupled when i enter my forties. I have decided that. That's something i wanna do. Try living alone. Even though i it just feels like a performative gesture of experiment. Because i don't want to. I love my roommates. And i love coming home to their watching some show. I've never heard of or they're making some new cocktail that they saw on tiktok. And i'm like ooh what's that and then there's something happening which i enjoy the energy of that as opposed to coming home and then i'm home and then i'm like i wonder what my friends are doing right. I should reach out and then if they're busy than i'm like well i guess no one wants to hang out with me like i just can't see myself going through spiral. Well there's a weird sort of cultural negative pejorative veneer over the idea of an adult living by himself or herself and if you have roommates after a certain age frowned upon but were genetically engineered to live as a village in a community of people and my favorite you know some of my most favorite memories are being in a dorm or living in a group house. And can't we do that for our whole lives. Why is that why. Why would that be considered you know going awry as opposed to the preferred you know state of existence. I think and we've talked about this ad. Nauseam on this podcast. But i think i forget. I've i don't even remember what we talked about. Where growing up evangelical christian and then having my homosexuality like up route or like 'cause the deconstruction of an entire world through that. I was raised in in. This is how the world works. And then this one factor of my identity sort of like pulled the threat of the sweater and started to unravel the sturdiness of that world view. That has given me this like comfort in not doing what i'm supposed to do right like like being outside the paradigm. Yeah like you should be married by this age. You shouldn't live or should live with roommates. You should do this like i just have exercise. I've exercised that identity muscle been like well. That's not what i want to do. So i'm not going to do it
Donald Trump in blistering attack on Republican Mitch McConnell
"President Donald Trump fired back at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell today, a Maryland Haider in the Cocoa news Center. Trump released a scathing statement in response to McConnell's off Ed in the Wall Street Journal. Blaming Trump for the January 6th riot at the Capitol, Trump wrote quote the Republican Party can never again be respected or strong, with political leaders like Senator Mitch McConnell at its helm. He says McConnell's dedication to businesses usual status quo policies, together with his lack of political inside wisdom, skill and personality has rapidly driven him from majority leader to minority leader That will only get worse after the Senate voted to acquit the former president of incitement of insurrection. McConnell, who voted to acquit And spoke about Trump's behavior, saying there's no question the former president bears moral responsibility and said Trump could still be tried in the courts. Newly elected congressional representative Sarah Jacobs says the acquittal of Donald Trump shows there is something fundamentally wrong with our democracy.
Suicide Bombing in Crowded Baghdad Market Kills at Least 32
"We're gonna turn to Iraq to the Iraqi capital Baghdad because there's been a double suicide bombing there is completely studied two people and wounded more than 100. The attack at a busy market is the worst that the city seen in several years. Police and eye witnesses say that there were two blasts in swift succession. At the market in Tyrone Square, which was crowded with people Samir Club is Associated Press is Iraq correspondent and in Baghdad. How common is such an attack? This attack is very rare in Baghdad. The last time this occurred was in January of 2018, and that was shortly after then Prime Minister Haider al Abadi declared victory over the Islamic state Group on guard difficult. Lee was around the same area that the attack occurred. So it's been a while in Baghdad. However, attacks occur regularly in other areas of Iraq. And what are the authorities saying about what happened and he might have been responsible. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack yet, but Iraqi military officials have told us that they believe it was the work of the Islamic state group. Basically what happened there was two men. One of them created a bit of a scene in the middle of the commercial area that he was pretending to be ill. Crying out loud. That prompted a crowd together around him to see what was going on. And it was then that he detonated the best. Shortly after that another individual came and did the same, which is why we see such high death toll today, right? So really pretty cynical way to try and cause as many casualties as possible on does that does that bear the hallmarks of VIAS, then? Absolutely. We have seen similar attacks perpetrated by I s elsewhere around Iraq. The suicide bombing is something that they have have done. It's very much their style of attack. Especially here, and that distinguishes them from other groups. Militia groups who have perpetrated other kinds of attacks launching rockets, For example, at the US Embassy, It's It's a very different style of attack. What about the timing? Just one day after President Biden's inauguration of people reading something into that thinking that might be significant? There's a lot of speculation that dad and Iraq in general, there's a lot of tension leading up to Biden's inauguration. But that was mostly related to the tensions between the U. S and Iran that has played out in Iraq in the last year. Nothing at all related to the Islamic State group. While there was anticipation of something happening, I don't really think anyone expected something like this to happen. Just one final thought. I mean many people listening. Aziz say they haven't been any major attacks in Baghdad. And so it hasn't been in the in the headlines, and many people thought that Islamic state had largely been routed. I mean, this suggests that they're still very much active and a threat Is that fair? Absolutely. They're still a threat. Like I said, The attack in Baghdad is quite rare. But what we have seen is over the summer, an uptick in attacks and other areas across northern Iraq in particular. This is an area that has been historically very difficult to police. The Iraqi army as well as US led coalition forces have conducted many operations to root out Isis cells there, especially with the Corona virus, and measures that were taken to reduce the presence or the rotation of security forces around this area believe those areas It seems that that militants have taken advantage of this to launch attacks. But in Baghdad, this is definitely a
How vaccinated grandparents should approach visiting loved ones
"Knew. Now the people are getting vaccinated. Grand parents are anxious to see their grandkids. But there are still many questions. A Marilyn Hider with today's coronavirus update, a doctor at George Washington University School of Public Health says even though there could be some immunity after one dose of Fizer or Madonna's vaccine, you should get both doses. Recipients are told the vaccine is 98% effective, so there's still a chance someone who has received it could get Cove in 19, and it's not known if people that were vaccinated could still be carriers of the virus. Even if they don't get sick. That would mean you could still be a carrier and could spread it to those who aren't vaccinated. But getting the vaccine is so worth it because it greatly reduces your chance of getting the virus and getting severely ill. But when it comes to visiting grandkids or anyone, the guidelines are pretty much the same. You can still see them outside and physically distance or if you really want to have a good time everyone needs to quarantine for at least 10 days and lower their risk during that time. So still a lot of unknowns. But the good news is more vaccine is rolling out and more people will be eligible to get vaccine soon Form or go to Cobra. Com Keyword VIRUS. Maryland Haider
Los Angeles - California boat captain indicted in fire that killed 34
"Against the captain of the scuba diving boat that caught fire and sank. Off the coast of Santa Barbara last year. Captain Jerry Boylan has been indicted on federal manslaughter charges for the deaths of 34 people who were trapped below deck when the boat caught fire overnight. Boylan and four other crew members escaped. Boylan was charged Pacific Lee for misconduct, negligence and inattention by failing to train his crew conduct fire drills and having a roving night watchman on the conception when fire broke out September 2nd of last year. Federal safety investigators faulted the owners of the vessel for a lack of oversight. But they weren't charged with any crime and the exact cause of the fire hasn't been determined. Maryland Haider KOGO News of the Los Angeles County
Netflix's 'Tiger King' was watched by 34 million viewers in the US in 10 days, according to Nielsen
"Tiger King on Netflix was watched by 34 million people in the 1st 10 days after it was released, making it one of the most popular series of all times. It was about this little known Area in the world. Life of zookeeper Joe exotic on people who collect animals and have these little roadside zoos that we're going to talk about. Joe Exotic was accused and convicted of exploiting wild animals and also plotting to kill another conservationists who campaigned against him. He sentenced to 22 years in prison. And Ah, well, I I want to talk a little bit about. Why can you buy a tiger? Can you imagine you can buy a tiger cub for as little as $2000? Why was this guy allowed to run this roadside zoo with seem like no regulation by the government. And are there laws And why aren't there laws to protect these beautiful wonderful animals? Joining us is not really the foremost expert in the country. On this topic. Kearney and Nasserist serves as the director and assistant clinical professor of animal welfare at Michigan State College of Law. She runs Klaus Consulting on has a great podcast called Tiger Talk. Welcome to the show. Carney. How are you? I'm fine. Thank you for having me so excited to talk about this topic because it's just fascinating and let me at first ask you. How were you involved in the Joe exotic thing at all in any way, shape or form? I'm the attorney who pitched the wildlife trafficking case the federal prosecutors against him so suddenly, the murder for hire thing didn't happen until after the K five hits with already under investigation for a couple of years, you know, he was charged with multiple counts of illegal trafficking. He's charged with multiple counts of illegally killing Haider violate teenager thinking back and That's already been underway. So, yeah, I mean, I was pretty neck deep in it, actually. So you know, being involved in the animal law world as I assume you are you knew about Joe exotic. You knew about what he was doing there and people in the in that milieu knew what he was doing. Is that right? Sort of robotic has long been, you know, on the top at the top of the list of the most notorious abuser than a goiter of big cats in the country, So you know, he all of the things that made for a great reality show that a lot of people who wanted to watch it during quarantine or the things that we had already known about been accustomed to you for one time, But I told people I live in New Orleans, you know? After you've seen that person you have painted themselves head in gold body caves and thinking on top of the stair on Bourbon Street. It's not there. No wow. Factor left any more. And the same is true for Joan thought it We've been after him for a long, long time. So you know, Chicago here has two world class ooze. We have Brookfield Zoo. I grew up very close. I could almost hear I actually when the wind was blowing right, you could hear some of the noises from the animals. And then we have Lincoln Park Su another beautiful city zoo, and I had never heard of a roadside zoo. I mean, I never understood that someone could just open up. Zoo without having certain regulations. Now tell me are there now regulations that would prohibit a Joe exotic from acquiring big, beautiful animals and putting them in a zoo? Like a menagerie of animals, capped by unqualified people who just collected animals that they want to open their doors in charge. If anybody can get us life in, um like from the U. S Department of Agriculture, which is the threshold entry point in order to get animals to the public and the application of the $30 That is really what hate you open a road pie deal. If you pass a pre lightened infection know that you're probably only going to be some feel about One infection per year in the U. S. D a very understaffed. It's notorious even in his own internal auditing department for failing to enforce applicable regulations, which are very, very low standards of care. Like Do the animals have water? Do they have food? Do they get veterinary care? Then they stand up, turn around and lie down on DNA with Russell, you know, And so in a, for example, like in a state like Illinois The law states that you know you cannot own. There can't be any private ownership of of the danger of exotic animals. Not great. Sounds like a prohibition. It is not really in practice because all it requires to circumvent that prohibition is to get that USDA license tell the federal agency that you have some future plan couldn't get an animal to the public. Pay your $30 half your initial infection and rock and roll and keep those animals so a lot of loopholes in victim lives on nine Good point, Illinois. But in fact, there are four things that don't have any regulation whatsoever. Existing federal laws are fraught with the pole that are really easy to circumvent. And that's why we've seen the proliferation of roadside menagerie that can operate on DH. The proliferation the pirate in particular. Let's go back to that this issue of the laws and changing the laws and all of that, but You're telling me you pay your $30 you go through these preliminary steps, and you can get a baby Tiger. If I wanted to do that, Carney if I just said, OK, I really like these cute little tiger's My my house. Pets from the DuPage animal shelter are just not doing it for me and I and I going to qualify and I get where do I go? And how much do I have to pay to get a tiger coming in? And how hard would it be for me to do that? You may have paid more and your tax deductible donation to the shelter for your rescue dogs. You have to pay to get a tiger. You know, I know that like I paid a few $150 donation to the shelter where I rescued my grumpy old 14 years ago. Um, you can get a tiger for a couple 100 bucks. They're even free, really, and people working on the Internet. Or using the network of roads by do that are going to dump animals month. They've become too big that once they reach that passed that threshold age where they can no longer be used for the extremely lucrative cub handling called pay to play photo op bottle feeding. Twin like tigers experience. Is that the right I do love you so lucrative. Um, once we're done with that, because the animal Barda financial and safety liability and nothing when they get dumped and feed about a pet trade so often recently there was a classified publication. It was a monthly publication and very mom and pop type of day. Anybody could have tried to it and you would be Lifting every single month. Like one ad, it was involving animal option. It was road five You're looking for or looking to dump animal. Whether they're tigers, lions, bears, monkeys, other primate, zebras, giraffes. You need it. You could find it in the animal finding God.
Trump claims he, not governors, has authority on opening state economies
"Donald trump just tweeted for the purpose of creating conflict and confusion some of the fake news media are saying that it is the governor's decision to open up the state's not that of the president the United States and the federal government let it be fully understood that this is incorrect no no that's not incorrect it is not the president's place out what I think what he's doing here is you notice he's not he's not flexing the muscle of the presidency to close down the country he's leading the governor's very close it down he's he's fighting now for the ability to open it back up because he thinks that governors are going to fight him democratic governors are going to fight him for political reasons I think that is just wrong and you know this is wrong but he hasn't been he hasn't taken that authority to close it down why is he taking that authority to open it back up because he thinks that these governors are going to you know some of these governors little one and in Virginia not willing to open up until the middle of June now maybe that's right but I doubt it yeah I know they are and I know they've closed now the schools in New York all the way toward I think G. June twenty six or something was the end of their school calendar in hand which is not a surprise in New York I mean it's gonna go on for a while there but I think Cuomo said something the effect of looking for closing the schools down that means we're closing everything down the economy's closed down until then so they're looking they are the most extreme part of this different case yeah that's a different that's a different case but you're right it's a big New York is New York yes it's gonna be it's gonna be different you know I I hope hopefully this is just a it seems like he's been holding on to this power for a while in this idea that it's kind of like threat almost ready saying if you don't handle this rationally I'm gonna step in I don't know that he has any power to step in in this situation you know certainly would be challenged and I don't know that it would be constitutional to say you have to be I don't know you overrule the states like that I don't know but he has the power to that he's obviously trying to claim it I don't know if he has I think one of the one of the best parts of the way he's handled this so far is that he's been restrained we were just praising him earlier in the show from for his restraint in trying to grapple sorts of national power hopefully he's not going down that road I don't know how you would do it you can order people to go back to work I don't even without the function of that would work you know you can say I guess you could try to threaten us a good state by saying don't punish people if they do go back to work but I don't know how you I mean I don't think our system would allow for none of this no no none of that would be checks and balances would kick in the president couldn't do that if the governor says Hey we're in a national emergency and the governor has the right their state emergency the governor has a right to declare a state emergency now that could screw with their federal funding you know but I don't think the president would do that unless it was really obvious like he's not gonna screw with the federal funding of New York why would you screw the federal funding of New York unless it was like you know we're keeping it close for the next eighteen months well okay really you're gonna keep the entire state of New York close for the next eighteen months and there are those people that are talking that way I don't think Cuomo is and I don't know any governors that are but I've heard people say you know we should be close for the next eighteen months you know we are talking about rolling blackouts for the next eighteen to twenty four and that might be why he's you know it might be if there's if Dallas all of a sudden starts to have really bad cases to close Dallas down for a little while everybody in this area stay in place you know that that's theirs I don't think there's anything wrong with rolling blackouts as long as we know what the metrics are yeah look there are certain situations that get too bad and you and you you have to do things though I just it's it's going to be interesting to see how long people can take that we keep using this eighteen months I mean you did the corona virus update there's no there's no definitive end of S. right like no not the the idea that we're gonna have a vaccine in twelve to eighteen months doctors are calling it a miracle they've never done it that fast ever they also told us very clearly that we're gonna have an HIV vaccine without all started up we never got one you know it another corona viruses the common cold you have exceeded that I know we don't these are not sure things that will ever get a vaccine I mean probably the better possibility which could provide a shorter term solution of this and is is it realistic that we can hopefully depend on would be a treatment right if one of these things like Haider hydroxy Cork what is obviously been the one talked about the most but there's lots of them there's been some positives about another one that trump is mentioned that I won't one of the anti viral things they had initially designed for HIV wound up being you know having some promising more these clinical studies as well all we need is to find something that will back it off from you know if you're in the hospital with a ten out of ten it can bring it back to an eight out of ten that's really all we need and that sort of thing I think with the with the full power of not only the United States N. you know capitalism and innovation all everybody trying to find the same thing it's really happening around the world as well I'm optimistic we'll get there eventually but it is a you know until we have that people are we can talk all we want about opening up the economy we is that if we look at these numbers like crazy all the numbers are coming out before any government bans were instituted and you saw fifty sixty seventy percent drop offs in traffic to restaurants because people didn't want to die right and until you can convince them they're not going to die it doesn't matter if you quote unquote open up the economy people don't want to go outside right now this is like you know you're not just government since doing this right you're you're gonna it's gonna take a massive and the best ad campaign of probably American history to get us to go back quickly to normal life going to restaurants going in the crowds having parties everything else it'll take a long time some people will do it but I think there's gonna be a lot of people that will stay out of the restaurants for a very very long time unless they they you know cut the you know cut the number of people in there by half or whatever and still then I'm not I don't know I'm not that comfortable I don't know you know I don't know all the people in there and I don't know who's sick and who's who's not say consider it set for a minute until you can come up with a vaccine that we won't be comfortable if you don't come up with a vaccine at least have some sort of way of understanding you've been tested and you don't currently have it or you have the antibodies when that happens then we'll start to normalize again but without those things it's not gonna be normal but we can open the economy back up more than it already is there is a great article on medium and and it was the I don't know six or seven reasons why we should open the economy first one we've already flattened the curve we've now gone from predictions of millions of deaths to hundreds of thousands and now we're predicting about sixty thousand deaths the next one is economic collapse and unemployment is destroying families this one is really really true we'll be lucky if the job losses are not twenty five million and to put that into perspective twenty five million is about the population of the great state of Texas and the great state of Texas is the size of half of the continental US and that's not I mean it's obvious going to be worse than that merry at sixteen it's it's the obviously going to be worse than so and that is that's only the ones that we're counting there are so many problems that come with unemployment the the the fact that you'll have suicides you'll have health problems you won't be able to see doctors as much all of these things that causes massive suicidal tendencies the next one we have not saturated the healthcare system in New York we came close but the rest is pretty good and the reason why we're having problems is because of PP is in and things like that if we can get the mask situation under control if you know we with the federal government ordered five hundred million masks if we can get the mask shortage under control and we can get all of the gallons and everything else that we need for the hospitals if we get the medicine that we need for the hospitals as long as we don't burn our doctors and patients out we we're doing good will be set for the next wave if we're not set for the next wave there is a problem we should be we should be working on that right now a suicide will kill almost as many people as covert aid this year and twenty eighteen there were forty eight thousand recorded suicides for but economic ruin results in a wide range of health problems suicide mental health issues loss of health insurance reluctance to visit doctors in light of the financial hardship increases in a in the substance abuse blah blah blah that is on top of the delay in nod to non covalent care SO forty eight thousand deaths in twenty eighteen how many suicides will it be this year the P. P. limited but now becoming more available and this one is the last point and I this is one I've been ringing the bell on from the beginning of this authority should show clear evidence regarding the benefits of indefinite lockdown we need to see what the parameters are what are you what are you looking for what are you looking at to make these decisions right now we know that the states have been looking at cove it now this this website that was started by a group of progressive activists who were leading a charge against Donald Trump most of the states were using that it's unbelievably flawed the numbers on cove it now are are way way way off children million dead in Texas alone ridiculous kinds of numbers the states were using that website to predict what was going on that stuff is got to stop we need to know what are the parameters what are you looking for in numbers what are the what are the things in the hospitals that you're looking for what what is the number of new infections that says okay we're probably pretty safe I'd like to have a discussion of those things in public I'd like to know what those things are that are open that are keeping us from opening or telling us we should open what are those things and are they saying are they rational and are they scientifically provable this is too big to go off of just somebody's got yeah no it's definitely true and and hopefully were at least a little bit past the top of this right I mean it the deaths dropped yesterday pretty significantly there's part of that is just record brick you know recording in that for whatever reason you know Sundays especially Easter Sunday there's you know people aren't working and don't necessarily read a report every single death if we can get past this week without two thousand over two thousand again because we've been over two thousand a couple times once or twice we get through this week without two thousand it may show that we are past the peak of this which would be really encouraging but really encouraging you know like the trade was great sample which are someone earlier from Detroit about how bad this was I mean Detroit is really in the middle of it New Orleans is in the middle of it there's several cities that are breaking out that I can be is as bad as New York obviously population wise but they are you know on the wrong side of this and it's increasing are getting worse in some cases so hopefully we can at least get past this peak and then week once we get past the like panic of this first moment there's going to be a touch of the period here coming I think to the end of the month where this sort of like organized hopefully rollout of people being able to go back and feeling that they're not going to you know get sick just by going out and doing the basic things they want to do with life hopefully that's
A Series Of Unfortunate Recessions
"This is we want to call the scariest economist we could find we found professor todd new of Cornell College hello can you hear me yeah I can hear you professor do you enter into that music down real quick okay yell at my teenager elva professor new is the perfect Halloween guest because he as an expert on real life monsters the kind that can take away your money your job your future he wrote the book recessions and in depressions the strange thing about a recession or a depression new P- says is that not only is it the boogeyman something we fear but you can make an argument that recessions are in fact created by that very same fear the fear that something bad could be lurking around the corner and we don't know what it is for the be safe I stopped spending I stopped lending and without that consumption and investment in the economy demand starts the fall production overall starts to fall in many times what we see especially that they are in a sense fulfilling the fear of a recession can is actually enough to cause a recession and like anything that is truly scary sessions are almost impossible to predict you can have short ones long ones you can have deepened debilitating ones where the economy shrinks Allott and millions of people lose jobs porp- their recessions that you barely notice you can go ten years without a recession like right now but in the nineteen eighties we had two different recessions a year apart double D and for a long time economists had a hard time explaining why recessions even happen inefficient economy traditional thought should be an equilibrium and if something changes for good or for bad then eventually the economy will adapt there was nothing in the equations about everyone freaking out at the same time and yet the economy doesn't travel in a nice straight line at it veers drunkenly from overconfidence and boom to collective fear and bust there is clearly glitch in the system a monster in the basement and in order to see it professor Todd Nuke says you have to go back in time and you have to look at each different recession and so we decided to do some virtual time travel but going over to the New York public library right across the street from our studios yeah this is good we're in the giant rose reading room it's so quiet how you we walk over to the dusty financial book section nobody comes here and yet on the shelves one Hundred Years Worth of recession bank runs yep bank panics eighteen eighty to nineteen the postwar economic slowdown. This one is a classic this because this Harry Potter Looking Book the sort of founded Unicorn Haider's Alan Velez not you get the book is called Percep- Theo recesses federal Latin Latin recession rules of recession look this is it says the word recession is like a curse Kinda like if you just repeat it out loud enough times that you'll like send your economy tumbling backwards in time like beetlejuice beetlejuice beetlejuice yeah recession recession recession initial estimates estimates on this it I will not take grabbing the harassment from these customers now let him police it stop selling gas it is October thirty first Halloween nineteen seventy four the country is angry and stuck in an endless line at the gas pump this is planet money nine thousand nine hundred seventy four we put a man on the freaking moon today on the show why can't we figure out the rules of recession support for NPR this message comes from the ABC original movie kill Dozer Watch an unmanned bulldozer continuous rampage killed dozen of will movie about a big bulldozer that kills people support for NPR and the following message come from transfer is a smart new way to send spend and save money abroad transfer wise gives you a great exchange rate on every international transaction and you can even get an account that holds forty currencies at once and a debit card to save when you're overseas joined six million people in over seventy countries who are already saving test them out for free at transfer wise dot com slash NPR or download the APP up should I call you Zack you Cowabunga for one zero it's much better you wrote on Reddit that planet newsletter is like meeting a noir detect active in the parking garage for evidence exchange and incriminating photos can you confirm yeah let's incriminating about the newsletter feels like you guys have found some deep dark secret that once the Internet how people sign up in pure dot org slash planning my newsletter you nailed it all right and Rebecca understanding at a gas station in New York City looking at an endless line of people trying to get gasoline I'm GonNa live two hours in can't get gas Robert Smith how did we get to this moment you know Kenny I think here in nineteen seventy four were starting to learn important rule about recessions anything can send an efficient economy into a spiral is an outside shock we can't control that is a less fancy way of saying and exhaustiveness shock which is more than See Way of saying something outside the normal happens that suddenly makes everything more expensive a hundred years ago the best theory about recessions was that they were caused by sunspot what's literal spots and flares on the sun that would randomly send waves of radiation towards the earth leading to sick crops and then businesses is failing and then banks closing I know it sounds ridiculous and of course it is scientifically wrong and yet that is basically what happened this year but instead of the sun it's OPEC the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries yes last year nineteen seventy-three OPEC declared an oil embargo against nations that supported Israel that included the United States so the price of gasoline shot up in this country then came the rationing then came the endless lines at the pump then eventually came this very angry man in Queens we call up a young professor who was working on his first book about Recessions Professors Todd New of Cornell College Hello Todd everything in this country that touches gasoline has gotten more expensive which is everything and as a result these shocks have greatly increased the cost the production that greatly increase the cost of doing business and so it's not the fact that people aren't willing to buy it's fact that firms aren't producing like they used to particularly they're not willing to produce at the same prices that they were producing before now as we twist this actual fast Ah American gas tank and it my friends is it's awesome we don't try that ahead hello and welcome to NPR's planet money I'm Adam Davidson Robert Smith and I'm Kenny Malone it is October thirty first two thousand and eight it's about one fifty five in the afternoon as we're recording this it's Halloween we have some of our co workers dressed as trees and arenas said someone wearing roof shingles and bubble wrap housing housing bubble the housing that's fine well look we're a brand new show and we're probably going to spend the next I don't know nine hundred forty eight episodes explaining the housing bubble the mortgage crisis the financial crisis but if we could say something right now Robert Kennedy I think here in two thousand eight we're stunning to learn an important rule about recessions sometimes the shock to the system is not something from the outside but something from the inside that we can't see nobody knew housing prices all across the country could fall at once no one knew how interconnect did the financial system was including apparently our president at this moment George W Bush over the past few weeks many Americans have felt anxiety about the Finances and their future I understand just last month President Bush interrupted Primetime Television to address this financial crisis and as is the tradition of this moment let us you might in banishing fear together we cannot fail ladies and gentlemen the President of the United States has spoken to
"haider" Discussed on #WeThePeople LIVE
"My voice, welcome view common. For new crew. Sarah Haider is avoid is a nine that will end avoid potentially that will be well known to you. If you're a fan of mine, and Sam Harris's, and Richard Dawkins and such types because Sara is one of the most prominent dissident feminists ex Muslim activists probably in the world. Really? She's a buck Estonia American Roger and speaker and a political activists she she co created the advocacy group ex Muslims of North America, which basically helps former Muslims leave their religion. And she she cops a lot of flack from Islamist apologists, and you know, left. Left wing obvious Gators who say that she's anti Muslim this conversation today. I didn't want to have a conversation, which is rehash the same old ground. Like, if you've seen Sam Harris on Bill Maher's show when Ben Affleck throws a tantrum, then you sort of know, the drill here, you, you know, we'll just read Christopher Hitchens book or any of SAM's books or Richard Dawkins book about about God. And you will understand the both the critique of theology and also most specifically in San Harrison's case, the the critique of Islam and. I didn't want to just get Sarah rehash those talking points. So we talk in a slightly more detail about human identity and about what it means to belong to particular countries into particular faiths. She's just a very very thoughtful person. And a great mind I loved speaking with our I wish we'd had a bit more time. And hopefully, we will in the future. Without further ado, please enjoy Sarah. This is we depot..
"haider" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"We know new methods of a pack. Approach and horse. Column column column coons through give the less than stellar audio. I am recording this on my high phone, so it's not to delay the release on necessarily as it turns out this week here might win a hand is someplace in Europe. I am on the left coast for meetings, and I am not actually sure where Welsh and Fisher are, but we're not going to bring you our regular dispatch this week. Instead you get a conversation that I had back in July or this year, something I've been sitting on for a little bit incubating off, but I'm delighted to finally have an opportunity to bring it to you, but it's a conversation that had with Sarah Haider. Some of you may know Sarah, by the end of this conversation, her a little better hope. And we do a lot of sort of the biographical stuff during the course of the conversation. So I won't unpack all of that here. Just forgo protracted introduction will say that Sarah is a advocate for civil liberties and. For women's rights. She's also the co founder of something called Xmas of North America. Cheese. Fascinating. She is brave. Interesting. And in fact become one of my favorite people, I hope you enjoyed the conversation that we had, and I certainly hope to do it again with some point and you can look out for other conversations like this in the near future, probably back to our regular schedule next week and forward to doing our regular news domain thing. But for now, here is my opposition hitter. Thank you very much for.
Afghanistan car bomb near stadium kills 13 people and injures many
"Suns starters we'll make this together we will make it through together governor greg abbott told the crowd he's holding a series of town hall meetings next week to try and find a legislative solution to stop school shootings scott detro npr news santa fe texas there is a shooting after a high school graduation ceremony in jonesboro georgia last night police say an argument broke out in a parking lot and shots were fired they say one person was killed and another was wounded this is npr news from washington several bombs exploded during a cricket match in afghanistan last night officials say as many as eight people were killed at least forty others forty five others were wounded it happened in the eastern part of the country is hundreds of spectators were gathered for a nighttime tournament during the holy month of ramadan no one has claimed responsibility but both telephone insurgents and the islamic state group are active in the area a week after iraq's parliamentary elections it appears she had cleric multidose solder as one more votes in an upset of prime minister haider alveda npr's jen jana ref has more results are in from around the country they can be appealed in the next few days but they show sutter's political movement winning the biggest number of seats that's followed closely by political block made up mostly of iranian backed shia militia leaders and then comes a body it's a blow for the uk educated prime minister and for the us which had backed him sutter led a militia that fought us forces after the two thousand and three.
"haider" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"But didn't handle amanda the dan character their way on earth dagestan mike brand guy internees haider's celebrate every day no way don't be guys does downplayed you guys day sza house dead so as john doust turned out big fan of god show the unknown group gatien an unknown gordon changing larson lawn and the green arnold stationed on lead gene is that i've been dagestan lag and joy mandela brad day i had down joe donnelly nbn the journey designer no job the beta i saw much among nods his lawn are you would they be d'oro you were much ghanaian it is i wanna marco van narrowed dan it as a lever killed in sri prayer currently own a again can be found nonparty may not the knowsley gad bed is carried on a dagestan lag and john tigers necessarily brad every day i would and and though donald aiming us dos twos go other moving congress donald shoveling me china keep it peaceful there's a struggle for me dumpling up as they say in a coddling me like you when you love in only or covered in a minute as a day own known by guzzle others dutta live that is torii with dave ramsey gas flynn guys plan i hope i sometimes i feel good also has idled i for the next hour that's my down ghana that my goal hot ozaz id gun play i may should in our society his bad things is a lot of bad things the deal is this is when there is no me the it's a lot of bad things to do is turn away there is no me go she said do you love me abdullah only law leoni lama bad or my mom all sorry even padded that it only katie line bring a crash a third of body eight knows me turn up ought answer all three pile halfway kelly debbie know me in never met the growth key guys guys c'mon i can do this whole mild night some election health i then these liberal road michael down as gold young white by bottled south algae a white i may short at north side he death his two the bad dang's is a lot of bad days a day wishing who is.
"haider" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"Way uh looks like he's gonna miss some time uh declare declared yet guttler a couple of weeks there so but he just landed awkwardly on uh awkwardly on his knee that that was that i didn't see anything cheap there but up people think he should be suspended for the rest of the year and for the playoff yelm one one of joking that calls pretty funny that was that was are funny is called the day by far six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety five is the phone number let's go to john in the car is a thought on the fred toucher tucker silva uh whatever that was what's up john haider what but it uh joe where you were laid at the gym not where there is no relation no okay ill really all him big jim murray he's not that big i don't get that yeah if there's if there's a big murray here right i'm you're talking so some moves to there's two maris of the station we both been here for almost six years uh he was a big jim at another station for years and i was joey murphy years and it just happens that we both of the same last night a low early uh this is a great show i was just curious that most of us so what's the deal with this threat tucker guy acting top and bullying knack i wish that belva guide would puerta minutes play what noone one can sit in his chair no and i understand the thing was logged off you logged at off by accident things happen by logged going off on purpose i just didn't know wasn't supposed the accident was that i didn't know they we weren't supposed to do it yeah i know things happen like that even have to act coffees the big flabby fat guy i don't know you you looks like it's horrible no not anymore he did that uh freeze thing what's echo where they freeze the fat on you yeah he did that he's not.
"haider" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Haider's why are the holding a rope the area they're treating jumping over the road and they're sort of rhythmic faceted very slowly as this zuma both max maxwell you can read about the news what's going on your i find saw a great story this is from a as jahntz francepresse franz a narrow yuri through mm so there is a report on the upcoming russian election fp homophobic video urging russians to reelect president vladimir putin has gone viral less than a month before the country's election the video which appeared on social media on friday tells voters that have putin's rivals win they will take russia into a quote unquote nightmare future in which they are forced forced to cohabitate with a gay man the video stars a wellknown screen actors but it was unclear who publish it it has had more than three million views on the facebook page of prokremlin political analysist in it middle aged man dreams of a future without putin who is expected to win a fourth term in the march eighteen vote in one of them the character sees a gay man sitting in his kitchen filing his nails and eating a banana suggestively ravi those nice that they get hand fruit though is that what a fucking that kind of rules what a good political way lemerre gave britain as gaming out uh i am seeing a screen era just like a frame of this and what have we made that ad for donald trump donald trump wins reelection force who have a date with a gay man and you just show you show at newport.
"haider" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Manufacturing that that armfuls in our our horizontal value nor or driving value of this results look positively out also so you know heat irish knowledgeable sack things that's that's i offer haider's botha's of moves by the in one is entitled to the rim of mount st for years i think the eu will glimmer tubes some of our there's so many pitfalls and rice often see hardware companies or companies are believed will systems goal arise when they're on in control their own destiny at every weather of development so yemi required higher lent engineers categories or do not did focused new force you to bring some elements of development inhouse forces you subcontractors new force you to be really nitwits or capital rate it is more showers into life to approach it that way but at the end of the day after control all the elements that of governor is on all about construction constricting the veritable flood thousands as'designer across intelligence designs company formation and not i think quite the company side the larshio company so successful got a whole set companies the whole stack just that challenge this vet light vertical integration thinking apple level like anura manufacturing facilities light on on your own i cannot ma'am south now level attaching every day it's within on their own mcgarth serbs ray but raise flooding in seattle if i were corn was our core or a mug by all means life is if this off the shelf since route their heart form insulinlike wives but i wouldn't 880 once he goes over five or six.
"haider" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast
"And all the political people hate haider which is why i love doing that joke in sacramento lifted from people he doesn't know what else about me i don't have kids i never really wanted kids until i got to stand up but i like kids make you relatable you can get up on stage and go so you know my fiveyearold was doing this it's a lot harder for me to find a venue where i can walk in and say so you know when you're getting ready to go to your regular beat knighted that dungeon and you just can't decide what dish to bring that's a lot harder audience the fine hi thank you brown taken in rhetoric over code no it's one of my favorite things about king culture though is like lots of the smaller place spaces inventions you bring a dish to share and the only ever audience i can find who understands that are 1950s housewives i think it the link between tuna casserole and a good beating like it's too strictly together let's see i divorced um i'm lesbian divorce let let me put it that we we're still friends i kept the alan ranches she kept the dog we check each other on a regular basis we're still were much better friends than we ever were partners by marriage taught me a lot of things one is whoever your ex date after you tells you a lot about how bad the breakup was.
"haider" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!
"No way i'm i'm ever guessing well you you're robo is all good he said bona fide haider haider on the front line usually hit on the front everybody me would you got carolina versus the things now of a to somebody gear i earnestly believe bid to sings can be koroma yeah for carolina guy camus bigger agree owes him to breeze in a company older it thanks but again a double here to run a big man cannons lot of hype man malcolm lulu truth man he just hype you sold you man for his lot of hype now in a throw van a fashion show would affairs to import but summit alnoman so demand clone you wear sunscreen and so now no nama may take a it take maize means to a worm chemicals speaking of fashion or do you think of like all the stuff that russell westbook pro quarters some of the fashionable okay summer i won't be beer ready yummy hour you or you would be malcolm i like ub beer i saw him against the light now you can't game right i are night right to live to live beyond say but a hall while back to the nfl butter a legacy of minnesota hazard great defense may great defense i don't think the eagle's i played the eagle's gonna be one door door go beyond which i think dared their quarterback oh carson wiz her they got mixed folds with me folz is capable of running office don't they.
"haider" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of as a you know he was thought of as a decent player bubba now all of a sudden he came here and he's really i think he's star shines in new york it does that i've aig bans don't think of him as that bed summited that was acquired and you know what i mean they've got he's there on because he's done all the stuff here in the shadow of bomb of one there are joerg haider right deal homegrown yet luffield homegrown so there are a lot of a homegrown guys that are still here uh of course you know with though when you talk about severino homegrown right now tanaka is obviously a big serve region sign any els very big free agent signing see cease about he was a big free agent signing so they still have a lot of their own homegrown players and when they add stand like this and a trade i you know he is going to be either a rightfielder potentially a left field or judge will be left fielder against depending on our guest matchups are all that stuff they'll go back and forth with d h but still at second base from third base you still may have young homegrown talent coming up in plain those positions no doubt they will i'd die they will i get days point because there is a perception you're adding this big money guy threw a trade because the teams got a dump a player which is which is really sad for major league baseball they're not done they're gonna keep dumping players the reading this morning ozone is next than christine yell it's probably right behind him so you'd be looking at the marlins we'll have dumped de gordon giancarlo stanton christian yelavich and marcelo zone ana and think guns and think who's doing the captain which is amazing he's no he's lucky about he's very lucky that he's in a city where they really don't care all that much about the team right because you couldn't have done that in a good baseball town yeah but there are people that do care and people that do care are actually rose the dirt too but i don't know why.
"haider" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Well i as i usual do it on facebook all that's hit cookie with stacy's zico you should through on this that this network right here this year and either on of jealous of his held onto a facebook thing all right i believe he's okay it go ahead of sorry guys to ask jess opinion about the vote stuff that you talk about your stuff because i don't know for don't don't go he was going to a june olympic go i was i only have any adds to the so go ahead of what's the 'volkstaat what happened i also know that haider is disturbs me the hate us what you want me to give you ought to be a dollar in our at an address going bankrupt were going bankrupt right now ray here right in front of you though i don't hunger what he's watching uh of people would go up their phones i've been practising this all day it is a music leo tara khosro schalke oh close has pretty and derek donor he i dunno either darrelle coast for shy what i always say is if the name comes from a non arab a language that on arabic annan a western alphabet then it's almost always exactly as spelt opposite his trailer as its transliteration doesn't it work with chinese but that's another matter but it works with uh names from india it works with names full room iran iran ya asia arabic names it's prima anyway i dunno where daraz from dera coasts will of shahi but a assuming that every letter thank you.
"haider" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Help korkuteli red cross kokudo city called upon who pushed on but a lot of out of claude i'm only aware o one confirmed only up to three confirmed paul callan my own airlines could huge him so you could bring that up because i'm busy actually being on twitter none periscope crime to show people that haider not overshadow people griman out ear i you know yesterday downtown play who have we ever flooded applauding and they've been raining all day so the emerging bam and croatian gonna make worked on bonds mode and it'll be pamela recovery mode let people know about the club union you can go there committed to the crowd uh uh my heart because i know we're going to find body who owned them uh that uh bitter they're a tragedy and yet is chief art asa vado last question i i'm setting people to red cross dot org on setting them to uh to to text the word harvey to nine zero nine nine nine and and so many people are doing that art that it i just got a text back when i tried to donate single will get back to you later with the with the overwhelming ghetto arm reaction from people so that's good people are doing that anything they can do now that have got you on the line anything else that my listeners across the lincoln due to help out what's going on in houston we have wh how by the end of the day of 5000 go or a lot of with volume children up to join our brown convention center we will do people in other places these people have lost whom so we've got uh you could quoting gored in two into two years old and used in congo donations to help uh giving people clothing diapers and even children can can contact the red cross then lowlier because it is great in more baton continued for many many weeks amongst the co it's an amazing job you're doing please please give our best to all the police officers there the firefighters the.
"haider" Discussed on TAPPED
"No kellie how i'm her best friend oh home again so yeah john i think she'd been strong have you i mean it's kind of knew that we've that we've like an last year or two but we're we're friends found time on the link in a spin class in then started hanging out and then you've got prison custom in friends who cool abbott a resume talk to her kind of like facebook friends now yeah andrew busy yeah i have with her like a to their for like a nice dinner last night but she she had arranged his party people like a creams says our people she didn't hadn't seen more now urge i'm sorry i don't mean it to me no was this item that didn't take it in okay but i'll go um i should probably yes he is your mother socialism to the yeah just say haider's she left the senior me she i'm anxious are there whenever okay sure are you you mad the my man yet everyone in this place thinks i did it everyone is looking at me as if ice golden eye he says he didn't do at imagine you'll but nice noone believes me your boyfriend gave you that like he felt like i it just doesn't make sense like who else would have done it i don't know who's beers that north clinton was missing a beer that's the oath weird thing no one's missing a beer someone should have come up and said where's the beer where's the beer yet a full beer spilled on your right the morale well ha i dunno is like feels like half a glass or setting okay that's not the point is a beer who someone had to be announced that has left without a beer at the decadent this i don't.
"haider" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Where he's he's dressing her like a like a like a commoner but she doesn't want haider's soared he's like you your sword it's good pierce she is walking roads london issues like i want my sort out and it just so funny i mean it's all eyes so the relationship is isn't from a and not like a huge feminist but from a feminist point of view they're not using the vehicle over the relationship to like her success does not depend on a man known no where i'm getting here like the relationship and she couldn't cracker whip no he does it need and that's a great thing for a little girls she is such a great hero because these guys there's more than one guy in the movie that thinks that she's going to be an easy like a throwaway kerr girl girl at lausanne woman more women in general and are several guys that like approach her thinking that they're gonna she's going to be easily disposed of mm hmm the banks makes easy a meals of those guys quickly and it's stunning she's probably one of the most bad irs superheroes in this modern era of superhero films she kick some but and is like it looks just the movement well i mean delgado was was was part of the she's i think israeli i think but what i forgot exactly where she is front she was part of the army she was a use.
"haider" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"Few clarifications over there we'll development over here this is going to be solid maybe that's what all work on two of the thinkers that were part of this group were high digger and star trek now haidinger as we talked about disagreed with some pretty critical aspects of whose real not the least of which was the entire idea of consciousness at all again why do we need to think about ourselves like descartes did back in the 17th century were subjects acting upon objects were more modern spin consciousness acting upon things in the world no two heidegger we have no reasonable basis for making that sort of assumption being and the world are a unified thing that are fundamentally inseparable from each other we'll start to reach high digger and he's convinced haider's right we have no basis for assuming that we are subjects acting upon objects he's right being and the world or a unified thing but sarker leaves room for consciousness to sar trim its consciousness and the world that are fundamentally inseparable t starter takes a look at this long history and philosophy of been talking about this whole episode and he realizes something the problem everyone seems to have is being able to explain how things work up in this strange box inside of their head that they seemed to be trapped in they have this factory up in their heads called consciousness or whatever word they use for it and they have this receiving doc takes in these semitrucks full of phenomena and these phenomena are sent down conveyor belts and the disenfranchise blue collar workers organize them and categorize them and turn them into this crude map of the world that the ship out the other side of the factory to us so we can perceive the world.