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A Dire Generational Warning From 'Hollowed Out' Author Jeremy Adams
"There is a massive crisis happening right now with young people. And it's not just one issue. It's multiple. Jeremy Adams, whose teacher of the year in California and has just published this book, which again is hollowed out a warning against a warning about America's next generation and he joins us right now. Jeremy, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Shirley, thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me on. So Jeremy, a lot of different ways we could start here, but let's just start this way. Tell us about your book and why you decided to write it. Yeah, well, I've been a teacher for almost 25 years now. And one of the really interesting and unique things about being a teacher is that you start to see things in the classroom that the broader society takes a while to figure out. And having taught for 25 years, I'll tell you in the last 5 to 7 years, there have been some profoundly disturbing changes in the way that my students spend their time in the way that they look at the country and their value system and the way that they look at adulthood. And this book is really essentially a battle cry. Me waving my hands in the abyss saying, hey, other adults in America, we have a profound problem here with our young people. And I was I couldn't agree with you more. This is not a political issue. It is a cultural spiritual and moral issue. Our children are literally being hollowed out of the values and the behaviors that typically give life its meaning and its purpose. So tell me, what are you seeing? What is that warning? What is the canary in the coal mine? Yeah. The problem is that our young people literally are living their lives untethered to adult values and don't responsibilities. Morals, they spend their time in a way that you and I. And I know you're a bit younger than I am. I'm sorry to say. But you know, they literally spend 9 to ten hours a day on their cell phone. That's right. And think about that. When you spend 9 or ten hours a day on your cell phone, that means you're not dating. You're not going out. You don't have intensive friendships. You're not reading. And nowadays, literally the attention span of our young people has been destroyed.
Kraft Heinz recalling contaminated Capri Sun juice pouches
"There's a Capri sun juice recall I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Kraft Heinz is recalling thousands of pouches of Capri sun after some cleaning solution accidentally mixed with the juice on a production line The company says it's recalling over 5700 cases of Capri sun's wild cherry flavored juice blend the best when used by date on the package is June 25th 2023 Kraft Heinz says the diluted cleaning solution is used on its food processing equipment The company says it discovered the problem after getting consumer complaints about the juices taste Consumers who bought the affected drinks should return
Will Zalatoris gets 1st PGA Tour win in playoff at Memphis
"Well deleterious has finally broken through to his first PGA Tour win closing out a three hole sudden death playoff against abstract at the FedEx saint Jude championship Considering all the close finishes that I've had this year to finally pull it off is it means a lot The 25 year old secured the win with a bogey at the third extra hole both players having to go to a drop zone after poor tee shots the wind kept the season of near misses for zalatoris who's been runner up three times including at the PGA and U.S. open championships I'm Graham hagers
Armed and Dangerous: An IRS 'Army'
"Has the reputation it has for being just awful and bureaucratic and all those things and nobody really likes them. And of course everybody fears them. I understand it. I get it. They apparently. And maybe this has always been the case. I don't know, but it's being, it's being called to attention that the new job posting requires you to be able to legally carry a firearm. Very, very interesting stuff, right? Why would you need a firearm? At the IRS, well, it goes on, the job description says you must maintain a level of fitness. Necessary to effectively respond to life threatening situations on the job. What are these IRS agents doing? How would it be a life threatening situation when you're calculating numbers? I mean, wouldn't you bring in some other teams for the stuff that's going to involve the firearms? And the dangerous situations, I think it's a question worth asking, you need to quote, be willing and able to participate in arrests. Execution of search warrants and other dangerous assignments. Look, the administration is kind of in the hot seat right now because one nobody likes the IRS. Everybody should be paying their taxes, of course. I'm not encouraging anything other than that. So don't try and read anything into this. Those on the left that might think otherwise. We do need some accountability there. So I'm not against that. But I just find it rather strange that they're hiring 80,000 new IRS agents apparently they want to grow the agency, according to the fact checkers at The Washington Post by 25 to 30%. So they want to get the agency personnel bigger, stronger, and apparently armed with firearms.
Sesame Place Removes All Traces of Character From Park
"Attractions and restaurants attributed to rosita, the rosita character, I have reportedly been closed since the incident. Staff told the daily mail dot com that the Muppet has been canceled following the racial or racism allegations. A family, you know, it's just like kind of like a synopsis, the family, one of the $25 million lawsuit and claimed 25 to 30 more families have come forward. Rosita, a bilingual Sesame Street character, is slowly being erased from a theme park in Philly. Isn't that weird? I mean, just this imagine this, the stupidity of it. I guess I just really want to know who was in the suit. Let's see how stupid this is.
Lower prices offer Americans slight reprieve from inflation
"President Biden is celebrating government figures showing Americans got a slight break from high inflation last month I just want to say a number Zero On a monthly basis consumer prices did not change from June to July It's a first after 25 straight months of increases We're seeing some signs that inflation may be getting to moderate Prices did jump 8 and a half percent last month compared to a year earlier That's down from the four decade high of 9.1% in June travelers felt much of the relief Hotel rooms plane tickets and car rentals all got cheaper last month but grocery prices rose 1.1% Bread prices were up 2.8% the most in more than two years
'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans
"Return with Naomi wolf, her brand new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Now, Naomi, when you say the war against the human, this is where I see this extraordinary convergence. I mean, because we're living in such bizarre times, but when you leap to this idea of the war against the human, you're positing humanity as a good thing. And you're saying that those on the other side, these authoritarians are somehow wittingly or unwittingly anti human. Just talk about that for a moment. Sure, and I have sadly a ton more evidence of their war on humanity since the time we last talked to Eric. It's truly terrifying. So in my book, I make the case that, as I mentioned, these bad guys, right? This loose alliance of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, governments, and big tech used the pandemic of the last two years and used medical or public health messaging as cover for the real intentions, which we're seeing play out now. They were pretty successful. Their real intentions were to dissolve human civilization and to weaken human beings. And to transfer assets and power and control from human beings as a group, but especially from the middle and working classes to them themselves. And they've been largely successful. Let's just take two examples. The lockdown directive, right? It didn't help the data and it didn't help in terms of stopping the spread. It totally helped in terms of crushing businesses that couldn't afford to stay closed for 6 months a year. Over a year, small businesses, mom and pop shops, small landlords, but Amazon is open, right? Etsy is open. So you saw these companies go up 20 to 25% market share. And people's people's habits completely changed.
The Gas Price Increase Is All About Biden's Climate Change Plan
"Joe Biden and team they're out there bragging about what amounts to a somewhat minimal decrease in the price of gas over the course of the last 60 days or so. When I say somewhat minimal, I mean, compared to the rise in gas prices that we have seen thus far, gas is now decreased in price from somewhere around the $5 per gallon mark to somewhere closer to the $4 per gallon mark that is still way too high for the vast majority of Americans. And Joe Biden has suggested that this was all due to supply chain issues. It was all due to Vladimir Putin. But the reality is that the high gas prices that we have seen under Joe Biden are not a coincidence. In fact, if you look at the gas prices under Joe Biden, what you see is a consistent increase, month over month, pretty much the entire time up until the recent decrease in gas prices. And this is not any sort of wonder. The American action forum put out a chart showing exactly what gas prices have done under Joe Biden when Joe Biden took office. The gas prices were two 25 a gallon. So when you're talking about, oh wow, they've gone down a lot. Well, now that at $4 account, that's still almost twice as high as they were when Joe Biden took office. And he took a bunch of measures, almost immediately, that exacerbated the price of oil, that made it much, much higher. And to understand what exactly he did and why he did, you have to understand that this was all part of the plan. So one of the big things that the left has said for years and years and years and years is that carbon based fossil fuels are the worst thing in the world. They are just terrible. They're ruining everything. They're leaning to climate change and climate change is going to devastate the planet. It's going to lead to hundreds of millions of people dead. Billions of people displace it's going to be an absolute Al Gore like hellscape in which the polar bears are drowning in the oceans and all the rest of it. Now, all the predictions Al Gore made so far have been wrong. All of the talk about how the Arctic ice would just be gone, all the ice in Greenland would be melted. All of that is just untrue. The notion that tens and hundreds of thousands of people have been affected by predominantly climate change, that's not the reality.
Man who shot Ahmaud Arbery gets life sentence for hate crime
"The white man who's shot and killed ahmaud Arbery a black man that he chased in Georgia gets a life sentence for committing a federal hate crime Travis mcmichael's punishment is largely symbolic He was sentenced earlier this year to life without parole in a Georgia state court for Arbery's murder inside court He didn't speak outside court in the pelting rain Marcus Arbery the 25 year old victim's father said mcmichael had shown his son no mercy and he deserves the same to rot in state prison That's the thing that will involve people Didn't give him no money Michael his father and their neighbor said they thought Arbery was a burglar His mother Wanda Cooper Jones says the sentence was just I feel every shot Every day audio courtesy W J XX I'm Julie Walker
Anne Heche's Car Crash Was a Gift From the Gods
"Saturday's car crash with Ann hesh was a gift from the gods. That came out of nowhere. Not trying to make it funny. It's an awful thing that happened, but listen, even if you'll spend the afternoon drinking wine and vodka. During a podcast and admitting your hammered and then backing into an apartment complex and people are trying to help you with a vodka bottle plane to see right in your center console, you're looking for trouble. I touched on it a bit on the Patreon show. The fact that there was, I don't know if you saw the video of the car going 80 miles an hour on a quiet residential street, but just picture yourself sitting on your stoop. And a car whizzes by an 85 instead of 25. I mean, you have to get up and run inside your house. It's terrifying. During the video, the wheels are squeaking and screaming because she's kind of making a little turn. She did not apply the brakes once because if you see the video, she whizzes by this house that had the doorbell camera on, and then you hear three seconds later, this awful crash, no screeching of the tires. Takes out a whole house, almost burned to death. I don't know how she's in stable condition. I can't wait to find out what the hell was in her blood. Because I think on the way home, I don't know if she had some Xanax in her system in addition to the alcohol, I would say she passed out, but passing out typically doesn't mean you press harder on the gas pedal. I don't know,
Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death
"Three white men who chased and killed a black man running in a Georgia neighborhood are scheduled to appear in federal court today to be sentenced for hate crimes The three men already have been sentenced by the state of Georgia to life sentences for the February 2020 shooting of 25 year old ahmaud Arbery The first to appear for a sentencing hearing today is Travis mcmichael who blasted Arbery with a shotgun after mcmichael his father and a neighbor chased Arbery down The three men faced possible federal life sentences after a jury convicted them in February of violating Arbery civil rights and targeting him because of his race the father and son have asked the judge to send them to a federal present saying they won't be safe in the Georgia prison system I'm Donna warder
What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains
"Bill, I've been following you for years. We've shared so much time together. You have the ability to be able to analyze the arc of history and then be able to apply it to today. I've asked you this question before in our podcast. But I think it's really important for our audience to hear this. What makes America different and exceptional from a biblical standpoint and historical standpoint is America like every other nation that's been on the face of the earth and if not, why? In answer to that, I decided I would research every century of recorded human history to see what the most common form of government was. So I went back to Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and the elamites and the Persians and the Greeks and Romans and the most common form of government in world history is kings. Hands down, it's kings. Nimrod tower Babel pharaoh Caesar's power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. It's no different than you put some kids on a playground and one's the bully. You put them junior high girls in a clique and one of them is the diva. You put some people in the Woods, one of them's an Indian chief. You put them in an inner city, one of them is a gang leader. And all the king is, is a glorified gang leader. And it's a hierarchical system. If you are friends with the king, you are more equal. If you are not friends with the king, you are less equal. And if you're an enemy of the king, you're a slave or you're dead. Well, I thought slavery started in 1619. No, wherever you had the first king on top you had slaves on the bottom. And this model continued with technological advancements, kings could kill more people, right? So instead of cane killing neighbor with a stone, they're killing with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a failing spear, similar sword gunpowder. The weapon improves, but it's that same fall in nature, it can't kill enable. And also with technological advancements, kings could track more people. Do you know Augustus Caesar wanted to have a worldwide tracking system? It was called a census that was like modern technology 25 BC, right? He wanted to count. If he could have had 5G and cell phones and cameras, he would attract him that way. But as the centuries go on, the king of England had the biggest empire that Planet Earth had ever seen, 13 million square miles, half a billion people. Anyway, the sun never set on the British Empire, the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top and America's founders decided they didn't like this one world government guy telling us what to do. We broke away and flipped it. And made the people the king.
Cease pitches 6 strong innings, White Sox beat Rangers 2-1
"Dylan cease and eloy Jimenez led the White Sox to a two one win over the rangers Ceases 12 and four after winning his 5th straight start holding Texas to a run and two hits over 6 innings He lowered his ERA to 1.98 Second only to Houston's Justin Verlander in the American League Jimenez homered in the fourth inning to break a one one deadlock Liam Hendricks closed out Chicago's 13th win in 20 games working a perfect night for his 22nd save in 25 chances I'm Dave ferry
Michael Collins: Stop Asking Golfers About Moving to LIV
"When it comes to the rumor game, that's all it is with people. And. I felt really bad for cam Smith. I mean, there's a part of me, there's a part of me that understands why someone wanted to ask the question, like, about the live tour for cam Smith, but there's another part of me as a golf fan that is like, come on, man. Can we just, why is it every time a dude wins and going to be like, are you leaving? Right. You know what I mean? You know. And that's kind of like, it just puts a bad, it puts a bad feeling in everybody's gut when you do it, right? Let's say, let's say he said yes. What did we really gain anything? From learning it then as opposed to, let's say he says after the season is over and he gets to November and is like, hey, you know what? I think I'm gonna give this live a shot. It's still gonna be news. It's still gonna matter, but I think in a moment when a guy went to golf to him and, you know, it's okay to let him have that moment, you know? Even for a day or two, 'cause you know you're gonna ask him and he knows he's gonna get asked, but it's like, I tell you what it has done, it has made pretty much everyone almost everyone. This time of year, be like, yeah, I don't wanna do any interviews whatsoever. Right? Like, why would anybody want to do interviews because you already have, if you're on the outside of the top one in one 25 looking in, like, this is it, this is the week that you got. You got to do something this week. Do you want to be trying to grind and get your work done? And oh yeah, I have some knucklehead come up there and be like, oh yeah, well, if you don't make it this week, are you going to join live? Do you need that thought in your head? Before you going out to play, to try and keep your tour card and get to the playoffs or if you're one of the guys in the bottom tier, let's say one 20 to 50, you know, doing, hey man, if you don't make a big run in the playoffs, so you're going to make a little decision before if you're in top 50, you're like, hey, how far into the playoffs do you have to get or how much money you have to make before you might consider live? This is the time to hear when, if you're a player, get sucked, it would suck. Because all you got is knuckleheads now. Like asking about, hey, are you gonna leave? Are you gonna leave? Like, hey, how about I'm gonna practice? I will try and win the street. How about that? Can I do that?
Breitbart's Alex Marlow on the Nature of the Media Landscape
"Let's start with that overall question. So if you are in a battle, the first thing you have to do is we teach in the U.S. Military. You have an estimate of the situation. You take a snapshot of the battlefield and you measure what is going on. What is the nature of the media landscape today, Alex? And in what ways has it changed most significantly since you were first hired by that great man, Andrew breitbart, what would have been the biggest tectonic changes in the last, let's say, decade. Yeah, thank you as always for mentioning the book. And I think is what made me decide the book was necessary, was seeing that toggle switch that was flipped within the media when Donald Trump came down that escalator. It went from the media was simply this is liberally biased and they would prefer if Democrats. One, but they would try to present both sides to a certain degree and they weren't literally trying to destroy the people that they were writing about just for having different politics. And that did change with president Trump and we've seen it manifested in just about every prominent conservative political politician or activist or even business owner who stands for judeo Christian values now. When the media writes about them their weaponized, their weaponized against that individual or against the entity upon which they're writing about. And that really changed to me. And that's why books like Bernie Goldberg's bias, which all of us read 25, 30 years ago, which are very important. And all the great work that my Friends and the media research center do to track the media, all of that was, those are components of what's going on, but it did no longer told the full picture, the full picture was these people out to destroy your audience doctor G, you personally, president Trump, my audience, et cetera
Sebastian Welcomes Dr. Ashley Lucas to the Show
"I've lost 34 36 pounds an hour already, my wife has lost over 25. And it's all thanks to doctor Ashley Lucas and I've invited her one on one. Doctor Lucas, welcome to America first. Thank you. Thanks, doctor gorka for having me. All right, so this isn't an extended promo. This is about you. This is about your life story. And just trying to talk some sense into this whole concept of being the right weight and how so many systems are stupid starvation systems or calorie counting and all that goth. So I found your story originally when we chatted fascinating. So tell us how you got into the industry and originally your struggle with the whole question of healthy weight and the right weight. Yeah, so I spent my first 25 years training at the classical ballet dancer. And I was chronically met with injury. I had stress fractures in my back and my feet. I was always under eating and over exercising to achieve this aesthetic that is demanded by ballet. Right, so you've got to be as light as a butterfly, but then able to dance around for hours on stage. This is the dichotomy. That's right. It's so tough. And I had a pretty successful career because I just constantly bought through it and danced through one injury after another. And the cumulation of my career, I found myself performing up in New York's every dancer's dream. But instead of finding myself up there in the spotlight, I found myself in the ER. I thought I was having a heart attack. I didn't know what was going on, but after a whole bunch of different tests, the physician said that I was simply underfed and over exercised and I just couldn't do it anymore. So then what happens? What was your big life decision? Tell us about the journey from there to where you are today. Well, I was devastated. Like any professional athlete, it was my identity. Didn't have any idea what I wanted to do, but I knew the significant impact nutrition or really lack thereof had on my own sport performance. So I went on and I studied exactly that. I earned my PhD in sports nutrition and chronic disease. And studied what happens to our metabolism when we chronically under eat when we die at all the time.
Atlanta's image challenged by facts of 1906 race massacre
"A grassroots coalition is working to restore the legacy of Atlanta's 1906 race killings to public memory Part of that is acknowledging it was a massacre says an hill Bond who leads a change the name campaign In order for Atlanta to truly influence the global world as it says it does have to make amends with his past More than 25 lives were lost when a mob of 10,000 whites chased and beat blacks Allison but timba with Fulton county remembrance says the massacre doesn't fit Atlanta's image of a movie utopia There's this idea that it's the Wakanda instead she says it has the same history of racism and then some of other U.S. cities they're hoping to acknowledge that and change the narrative I'm Julie Walker
James Hahn Blasts New PGA Tour Schedule
"James Hahn on Twitter are James James, I just follow James like a week ago. We'll disclosure. I love James Hahn on Twitter. He tweeted today. He tweeted today. Take a look at the new PGA Tour schedule and you'll understand why players are upset. Vegas to Japan. To South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. He says, for the viewers, it's a flick of a remote. For us, it's 20 hour travel days and tens of thousands of dollars in expenses. That tweet already has 1400 likes in 25, 30 minutes, and then he follows it up by saying, to himself, we should be playing in major cities, places where they have an NFL football team, not Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Us little guys have feelings too. All right? He has caught a ton of shit for these tweets, but he's right. But he is right. Listen to that. Listen to that, that 6 week, that's what 5 weeks Vegas to Japan to South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. Vegas to Japan? Yeah, so to South Carolina. So they're going to be the little guys are going to want to play Vegas because it's really in the season because it's a wraparound. So they want to get off to a decent start. If they get into Japan, they're 100% going because they're pretty sure it doesn't have a cut. There's no way they're going to have an event in Japan with no cuts. So 1000% they're going. And then I guess I guess presumably. You take that off, I would guess. Where are they playing? I didn't even see where they're playing. But they're playing somewhere. Like the golf course. It doesn't matter. The only set is ridiculous, though. But I'm like, that's got to be a new event, 'cause the only South Carolina I know is Hilton head that they play, but I think it's chattahoochee or chat, chat to Jesse or, oh yeah. That's something like that over there. It's really cool. But yeah, that's not an easy travel. Well, you can't even do that. Your host. You're totally host if you try that. I don't know what I mean. This is where the play. Basically what he's saying for the people in the comments yelling at clouds is like the big guys, they're probably getting their own way paid to all that shit. The Japanese event, the big guys are probably getting older stuff paid for. I would guess all of it. Maybe they can pay appearance feed money over there. I don't really know. But the little guys have to play all those and what he's saying is it's going to cost him 30, not 30, but probably 20 grand to do all those. Ish,
"i 25" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts
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"i 25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
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"i 25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"In Rome 7 22 here in London now for the EU's smallest member state Malta has some big issues. It is on the gray list of the international watchdog on money laundering. 5 years ago, the journalist Daphne caruana galizia was brutally murdered as well with her death later found to have involved government officials. She was investigating reports of links between the Maltese government and wealthy Russian oligarchs. While it is in this context that voters in Malta go to the polls this weekend to take part in parliamentary elections. And joining me now from baker in Malta is Matthew schwerer, whose assistant editor at the times of Malta. Good morning, Matthew. Good morning. Good morning, Emma and good morning for your listeners. It is an astonishing greater, have you? It is an astonishing catalog of problems that Malta faces at the moment, isn't it? Yes, it is. But ironically, it's none of these things that you mentioned will have any bearing on the election that is happening tomorrow. The polls show the surveys show that the Labor Party will win with another landslide majority because it seems that the people of Mozart are more interested in what's going into their pockets rather than what's happening to the country as a whole. So tell us how we have got to this situation then. It all started in 2013 and just for your listeners to understand more does a very polarized country. We have two main political parties. The labor policy and the nationalist party, known as the red and the blues, we have the Green Party and a lot of small parties, but they get very little votes in the elections. It all started in 2013 after 25 years of a national government promise to change things for the better. A lot of things were changed. But unfortunately, 2013, we started with this kind of there has been account of about a 150 scandals since labor return to governments in 2013. I mean, the first one just a few days after being elected to power, we had the chief of staff of the prime minister and one of the main ministers opening a secret bank account in Panama. Where they were where they were expected to file to receive to receive payments of some sort. That is when it started. And then it culminated with the assassination of the in 2017. During this legislature. Bringing us up to date now, Matthew, we have the situation with the current prime minister, lending his villa to rut wealthy Russian individuals and this idea of people being able to, well, in particular, wealthy Russians being able to use Malta as a way of sidestepping possibly use sanctions because it is comparatively easy dare I say it to get multi citizenship if you are very wealthy. Yes, that was one of the only economic sectors that labor governments created and these past 9 years. We started our golden golden passport scheme where wealthy wealthy people not only Russians but Chinese primarily as well would use more than to get one foot into the EU. They would buy the multi sports and with this supposed link to Malta, they should be here for an amount of time, but we all know when everyone knows, including the government, that's none of them come to mold. But they just use they just use their money to make the investments that they have to make to make the charitable donations that they have to make and that is it. And obviously more, that was criticized by other EU countries and even the European Commission about it. Even European parliaments calls this month. They called for it to stop. And it's reimposed. So at the moment, applications from Russians are in being processed finally because it took it took the government weeks to decide on this. What does this mean, therefore, for Malta's relationship within the European Union. You have to give us a list of the criticism coming from the EU. But the way it is being seen globally, the fact that it has issues with money laundering with gambling with goodness knows what, as well as this problem with the Russians, could make this very small place a very big problem for the rest of the world. Yes, that is how it's being seen. In fact, Malta has a case that is fighting in the European court of justice about this passport in where it's defending it to be fair. With the government, they changed it. They changed some of the rules. Around it. But it's still seen in across the EU, which has been as the back door for these wealthy people to get into the EU. And from all that I've seen as easy money because the money is being invested in social projects in roads infrastructure and several other projects that are being used even charitable projects. So helping NGOs and what's not. So people are looking at it as easy money as money that is coming falling out of the sky literally. But it does give us problems on a new level. Finally, Matthew, as assistant editor at the times of Malta, what is it like trying to cover your patch at the moment given the fact that you have stories that would dominate the headlines in much bigger countries? Yes. It's not easy. It's not easy, but the impression we've been getting is that none of these stories damage the government in any way. The surveys consistent surveys show that the majority is increasing is on the increase. And labor is set to win with another flight majority as it did in 2017 and in 2013 with a majority of around 39,000 votes, which for more doubts it's historic. It's quite a lot, yes. Well, I wish you wish you the best for everybody on your editorial floor. Matthew schreier, assistant editor at the times of Malta, thank you so much for joining us. On monocle 24. You're listening to the globalist a quick look at the headlines now. Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky has said Europe was a little too late to stop Russia's invasion and should have done more to sanction Moscow. Mister zelensky's comments follow an emergency summit of NATO members in Brussels. North Korea has confirmed that it has successfully launched its largest intercontinental ballistic missile. Yesterday's test marked the first time the country tested an ICBM since 2017. Yuan has banned North Korea from testing such weapons. Australia says it's monitoring reports that China may establish a military presence in the Solomon Islands, leaked documents show plans for a security deal between China and the Pacific nation, which lies about 2000 kilometers from Australia. And that Basel has announced details for its newest edition in Paris, the fair which opens or October or to be directed by Clemente and named Paris plus by at basil. 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"i 25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Good deal on all the wheat that Russia wants to export. And Putin will have to figure out once he's sorted out what he wants to do in Ukraine. How the relationship with Beijing is going to work because under the Soviet Union that which he holds so dear, it was the big brother to China, but that relationship has completely changed now. So if Russia is a pariah and it only has China to rely upon that relationship is going to be very different to how it was under certain. Ruth, let's head to you in Istanbul. In a country which has a very, very complicated relationship with Russia and NATO. Let's look at first at the reaction that there's been to the Ukrainian request that turkey closes the Black Sea straits which are allowing Russian warships to head towards Ukraine. What's been the reaction to that? Well, as you say, turkey certainly has a complicated relationship in this situation. There's been lots of statements both from the foreign ministry from minister jaffe and also from Erdoğan himself talking about how turkey prizes its alliance with both countries and they want to continue to sort of remain, have remained neutral. And the montreux convention, which controls, as you say, the passage of ships through the Bosporus and the dardanelles straits which lead to the Black Sea is absolutely central to this. There's certainly been plenty of analysis that says that we're seeing this reflected in the statements that turkey prizes the neutrality, the exact wording of montreux above all things and that it has a sort of position as a sacred text because it gives them complete control over these straits and it regulates the passage of warships in particular. And so for example, there is pressure on turkey at the moment to potentially block the passage of Russian warships returning to the Black Sea. But the issue is that the montreux convention states that essentially warships belonging to nations around the Black Sea must always be able to pass through. And so we've seen statements this morning from the foreign minister who is basically saying that Turkish experts are looking at the wording of the montreux convention. He said, our experts are working on it and they are essentially trying to determine whether turkey considers this to be a state of war because if turkey officially recognizes this as a war, that impacts how they interpret the convention. And so we've seen that so far, Java solo, Erdoğan himself, they've been very careful with the wording of how they've spoken about Ukraine. They've called it a military operation, most of the time they haven't referred to it as a war, and it's because turkey is trying to figure out how it will react. At the same time, in trying to maintain their sort of sense of balance and neutrality, we have seen condemnation, including by Erdoğan and quite a strongly worded statement from the foreign ministry saying that this operation is a heavy blow to regional peace and stability. But also saying, we want to maintain relations with both parties. Finally, I mean, looking at the economic problems that this could lead for turkey. You're looking at a country at the moment, which has inflation at more than 48% the economy is on its knees. Russia has in turkey a very strong trading party partner. It supplies a lot of its natural gas. Wendy's sanctions start to bite, how much is there a worried that this is going to hit turkey particularly hard? I mean, I think it's probably fair to say that this could not have come at a worse time for turkey. The lira devalued by 50% last year. There were already strikes and protests over energy price hikes in turkey. And so, you know, there is already popular discontent over the exact commodities and issues that will be hit by sanctions on Russia and by the conflict in Ukraine. Turkey is a big buyer of both Russian and Ukrainian wheat. It gets 30% of its natural gas from Russia. And any potential sanctions on Russia globally, that will put more pressure on turkey to decide what it wants to do in reaction to those sanctions. We've already seen in the past that there's been criticism over turkey's dealings with Iran when Iran has been sanctioned, and so turkey will also be trying to figure out how does it react as the world turns away from Russia, economically, who is Michaels and thank you so much for joining us and before that James chambers in Hong Kong and Fiona Wilson are Tokyo bureau chief. You're listening to Monaco 24..
"i 25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Resident book lover and host of meet the writers, George and Godwin, who is, of course, at the event, good afternoon to you, Georgina. Hi, Marcus. It's lovely to talk to you. I want to take issue with your word book worm. Why? Well, you know, it sounds kind of negative, doesn't it? So I was wondering today where it came from. And there are actual insects that live in that love kind of eating the glue. But what I thought was really interesting was once I started looking at it in Indonesia, they call them book fleas in Romania. They call them library mouse in German. It's a redirect in French, it's an ink drinker and in Danish. It's a reading horse. I think I think compared to a read rat bookworm student anyway, but hey, let's talk about where you are now. So last year annual hey festival was partly held online and in person due to the pandemic, of course. So what is the situation over there? What does it look like? How has he recovered post COVID? It's bounce back so beautifully, of a pardon the dog. Did you bring your dog with you? Of course. Do you want to tell our listeners, what's happening over there? So it really has bounced back. It's absolutely brilliant. I mean, so last year, it was very, very kind of mostly online. There were very few events that happened actually in person. And so it's wonderful to see all of these people back in the room. I mean, people are masked, obviously. And I think that the rules in Wales are a little bit strict as it's been in England. But actually it's wonderful to see people there and actually to have people on the stage. Nothing can make up for that face to face experience. Now, how much can you tell us about the program of events lined up this time around? Show some wonderful things. The Oscar winner emerald fennel will be here the adventure of bear grilled broadcasters Anita Ronnie Claire balding feek lover Jane garvey also David hare who's talking about his essays and tone, lots of changes in culture and politics and he talks about all sorts of things from the photographer Lee Miller to Sarah Bernhardt to Jimmy Savile. All sorts of things very much kind of capturing the zeitgeist right now. A little bit later on today, I'm going to see Dan saladino who's exploring foods around the world that are threatened with extinction. And he looks at what this means for humanity and the future of the planet. Also Robin into the comedian writer and broadcaster is talking about one of the most popular science fit and science podcasts, the infinite monkey cage. And he talks about why science isn't just for professionals and why curiosity in the field really sparks humility. And I think possibly the biggest highlight for me is actually nothing to do with literature tomorrow night the actor Miriam margulies is switching on the town's Christmas lights and then she has an event. And of course that is really all about the community here. And the community is so strong. Not just locals and there is a wonderful local community, but also people coming in from all over the country, and indeed the world. And I think that's going to be a just like a massive street party. That sounds amazing. Tell me about how international that event is this time around obviously UK steel. It's a bit tricky to come to this country considering that you have to feel some forms and you have to book yourself a test. Do you think that has limited the number of participants from around the world? You know, I mean, there are a few people in terms of people who are actually speaking. There are a few people joining us on Zoom. So some of those are just, you know, digitally. But there are a lot of people. So for instance, the winner of the Bailey Gifford prize was here in person at the hear from the state and various others. And just looking at the members of the audience, it's clear that there are some people here from further fields who've taken that chance and book their tickets and luckily it's worked so that they've been able to be here. Now Georgina, what is their still about to take place you're looking forward to in particular? So much going on. And you know, it's really difficult when you look at a program and try and decide what it is that you're actually going to go and see. I think I'm really looking forward to Sarah hall, the author and also Elizabeth J and as I say, Miriam margulies will be wonderful. But there's also a lot of pop ups around the town. So there's a lot of food and drink, you know, you wouldn't think that Wales was a place for Mexican food, for instance, but there is a fantastic kind of mexicana pop up where you can go and get your tacos and things. And then as I say, the talent just comes alive and hey, of course, is known for its bookshops. And that, I think, is one of the key highlights for me because I'm not really working this time, not doing much on stage. So I'm going to have time to really root around in those bookshelves. Now, Marcus, I think you're aware of how much book post I guess at Monaco, probably around 15 books a week, but I'm afraid that doesn't stop me from buying more than I'm here. I hope you have got a big suitcase with you. Just finely chosen to paint a picture. What happens in the evening over there when the official programming ends for the days? They're much networking, mingling taking place, people eating tacos are the pups busy. Well, absolutely. As I said in French bookworm is drinker. Well, I think you could just put drinker in there. So there is a lot of socializing. And you know, it's just wonderful just to be able to catch up with members of the book community. And not just writers that were publishers, the PR and various other people. And of course, fellow book lovers or indeed book worms. More of course, Georgia Godwin, they're joining us from hey on why you are listening to the briefing on a monocle 24. And finally on today's program, it's time for our.
"i 25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Finally on today's program we're off to Japan now where the final preparations are being made for the wedding of princess macco and her non royal husband to be. The relationship has attracted years of media scrutiny in Japan, and much of it has been unfavorable. Well, for more on this, let's hear from monocles Tokyo bureau chief Fiona Wilson Fiona. Welcome to the program. Thanks very much. What is the latest here? What are these last minute preparations and how excited or upset are the Japanese? Well, I mean, it's been a roller coaster a few years. So much has been written about this engagement. And actually this couple of princess Marco komaro, they got engaged in 2017 if you can believe it. The engagement was halted 2018 princess Marco's father said sorry, we're putting a hold on these proceedings. And komaro left for America. And he only reappeared last month. So it's been a very bruising experience. There's been a lot of scoundrel along the way, his mother had a dispute with an ex-boyfriend, which is still unresolved financial dispute. And just the public mood really turned against this marriage. And it really has been a brutal few years for the couple. But finally, they get married tomorrow. It won't be one of these very elaborate weddings that the Japanese public is used to, these beautiful royal weddings. It will actually just be a matter of submitting papers tomorrow. So it's going to be very low key. There will be a press conference apparently afterwards later in the afternoon. But we're not going to see a very photogenic wedding will be very, very low key. How will the public react to that? Obviously, low key is probably good for the princess, but royal women are held to ruthless standards in Japan. So, in a sense, she's turning a page. Yeah, I mean, it's very difficult. So as a royal woman marrying a commoner, the rules are very straightforward. Royal woman marries a commoner, she must leave the royal family. So that's all sort of set out by tradition. So she will be leaving the royal family. She'll be moving to New York. She will become a commoner like her husband and she'll be starting her life. She's trained as an art curator. She trained in the UK actually. And she'll be asking this new life, he's starting out as a junior lawyer, a completely completely different life for princess Marco, who has brought up in the imperial palace in the middle of Tokyo. So it's going to be a big change. I think people feel quite sympathetic towards and they've had a really bruising experience, I think, with the press. But, you know, a lot of people really are not that supportive of this marriage, that there are question marks about komaro whether they're justified or not is irrelevant. This sort of feeling against him, you know, when he started out, he was this cheerful, young. You know, they'd met at university. He seemed like a very nice, you know, welcome addition to the family. And it's all gone very, very sour. So I think it's been absolutely horrific for these two. And yeah, you know, it's been widely reported that princess now has PTSD. So you can imagine how difficult it's been. So I don't know if we can honestly say there'll be massive support. There were protesters out at the weekend, complaining about the wedding and saying that he wasn't a suitable husband. So I think there will be a sigh of relief, probably when it's all over. I understand those that will have the more conservative mindset or royalists, a different relationship to the royal family in Japan than there would be here in the UK, let's say. But I wonder if this sparks a broader conversation about gender inequality in society? Yeah, I mean, it's a really good question. I think, you know, he's had very, very difficult time. Absolutely. But I think it's raising questions about, is it still appropriate for a royal woman in the royal family who marries a commoner? Should she have to leave the royal family? I mean, the royal family is shrinking as it is. Will there be enough people to carry out these engagements and princess Marcos beat a very popular public figure popular member of the royal family? She's 30 now. And so, you know, the public feel they know her rather well. So, you know, I think definitely it raises that question and the way she's being treated is, you know, in many quarters, is going down rather badly. And I think, of course, there's always this background issue about what is Japan going to do about will there be an Empress in the future? Is it going to go on forever the only a male can be emperor? And that's all up for discussion. And I think it does probably reflect the issues in the broader society. Fiona, thank you for this update. That is monocles Tokyo bureau chief Fiona Wilson, I personally am awaiting The Oprah interview that perhaps will come from the princess and her husband debate. That is it. For today's edition of the briefing produced by Rhys James and Emma searle, a researcher, Sophie monaghan coombs. I was studio manager was Christie Evans, the briefing is back tomorrow at the same time. But don't forget to tune in to the monocle daily, which airs live at 1800 London time with host Andrew Mueller and today's panel. I'm Daniel beach. Goodbye, and thank you so much for listening..
"i 25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Ago. And his name's me how conciliator and he doesn't have to knock on those doors anymore. Last years it's amazing. We don't methanol narcan on their doors anymore because we have so so many kids you can see today. How many how. Many riders are are now on the races. This is the chance to be that we had with today and pretty mush and the possibility that we got some new very good drivers are now much much bigger than it was in britain. I know we've sixty seven million people and we thrown a lot of money at ted. How have you managed to do this in. Slovenia always worked before very very very very good with the boys ended young cyclist but now today and pretty much they were burned. What an amazing man. So it's understandable. The possibly the looney household again to fall in the tour de france costs quite closely but we'll the whole slovenia based succumbing to this yellow jersey fever that that clearly seems you've got some good candidates for it. Are we do indeed. I think anybody in slovenia who isn't heading off for the holidays today. School ended yesterday. And a lot of people will be heading for the croatian coast but everybody else will be absolutely glued to the tour de france there supremely unbothered about the aura. Twenty two thousand and football here after all slovenia didn't qualify despite having the best kit in world football but porgy and rog la everywhere. Their advertising banks internet providers. You go into the to supermarket chain. You'll find a line of taddei pau gotcha sandwiches even amer The only downside of all of this i would say is you've had the predictable explosion of mammals. I middle aged men in lycra. Think the buying a featherweight carbon fiber bike for ten grand is a better idea than losing ten kilos and writing something on a bit more their level maybe they should cut out the teddy begetter sandwiches. I'm sure they're wonderful though delicious. Send me one guide alone. Le'veon thank you very much. Indeed for joining us on the globalist..
"i 25" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Of which we learned further of the thinness of the skin. Which envelops hungary's caloric prime minister viktor orban. All bond bailed at the last minute on attending what turned out to be hungary's valley into old role with germany in munich. Apparently for fear of being seen anywhere near some sort of rainbow related color. Scheme after hungary's parliament occasioned justifiable outrage around europe bypassing an idiotic law forbidding any depiction of homosexuality that might be encountered by impressionable people eighteen and thereby betraying a complete lack of understanding of how this stuff works. And why yes. We all sound tracking a own. Viktor orban with mr ria. That childish sticking with the coming established themes off hungary and football. It may seem to the untrained observer like we just crank stuff out but we don't can we have some sort of doubtless cacophonous mash up of the hungarian and manian national anthems because we also learned to eastern european capital cities have perilously similar names. At least if by we we mean a party of french football finds. You should have paid more attention. In geography classes the hapless supporters secured tickets for francis recent european championship match against hungary and julie packed their accordions and pointlessly long bread and booked flights to book arrest. Well quite upon.
"i 25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos
"Or anywhere without one can't go near doctors offices without a mask here. Walmart in which is like pretty much the only big store we have they require. They they have a sign up that says we we require a message. But you can actually go in and shop and have one on and they're not going to say anything to you. Just two or three doctor appointments with the kids. I got the Electra doctors offices. We didn't wear off and nothing was said to us as far you know, when we're not going to treat your kid without a mask. You know unless you put one on all of our chiropractor appointment. Have been done with us not wearing a mess. Dave never said a word. So while our governor yes would like everyone. To wear masks. His hard reality. Is We're Not Gonna. At least a lot of us here aren't. School here open back up. You're doing social distancing. I think are you required tasks? But I'm not going to say yes for sure because I don't know cuz you know Junior nut and go to public school, so I don't know. But I sort of values I was like if it all doesn't just end unlife go back to normal soon. Pretty sure I'm going to lose the last little bit of Sanity that I happened to have left. But how do you guys feel like where where do you guys stand like a used you guys? We're in your mouth every We're Young and you're supporting a star you're not wearing any we're not somewhere like some places sometimes how do you guys considering putting you guys do in about 2, math-a-thon? Okay guys as much I would love to continue rambling and telling you guys hilarious stories to get you all caught up to where we are right now in life. I've got to save some for the other episodes be I have a two year old running around like crazy that needs to go bed because it's after 10:00 at night. And I have two loads of laundry. I need to finish so we're going to cut this episode off right here, and I will talk to you guys next week.
"i 25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos
"Polling site and even make sure you have the appropriate I do decide when and where your vote this year at how to. Vote. All right guys, so if you learned anything from the way previous podcast went then you know, I love good gossip story home. So I was lucky for you guys. If you like them to I got the perfect one for you. So I wake up this morning. Well, it was more like this afternoon cuz I was like twelve thirty-three. But anyway, I like and I go outside and smoke a little morning cigarette before I get the kids up just because that's what I always do when I get outside bag swear to God there was the sheriff and one of our landlords that lives right down the street from us. He's not the guy that we actually pay our rent to we pay our rent to his daughter at the actual rental office. But anyway, he's one of the landlords to show he was Like in the driveway area very honest and at first I'm like, okay. Well, I mean if you here for us or what because he's been knocking over our dog because he's got a lady that he knows that is capable at least trying he's trying to paint the outside of the house and I say trying to because she's doing a horrible job of it..
"i 25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos
"You can send him an email tag me in your Twitter page even post among the Facebook page all those links you can find if you click on our website link on the homepage for the podcast it will take you to our week three website and are linked rehash all of our social media links right there for you guys. So you can also subscribe if you have it. Just you know little Shameless self promo voting isn't just going to the polls on Election Day any more options, like early voting mail involved and ballot drop boxes are available to more voters and are growing in popularity how.
"i 25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos
"Of course because you know, she's she's going to you know doesn't want me to feel weird or think anything, but he doesn't eat out. I'm like, yeah, she accepted, you know, I don't care. Well, he does and then she sends me one and I accept it. So me and her started talking and you know, we're getting to be know, a little not best friends, but, you know be somebody else we're talking well then about three or four months ago or so something like that. I get a friend request. From an ex one of my recent ones. I'm not going to say things but let's say one of my recent ones and I thought it was hilarious may not end on the terms. Most of his family hates me. I don't know. I don't really like them either. So but anyway, he's in Hamburg. I denied it just because he's toxic and a narcissist and I know it and I'm not getting back into that. I don't need friends like that. Not really sure why he thought we'd be friends to begin with like we hadn't talked in a year or two and then all of a sudden because he said something like whatever no by Like what you guys have accepted? Like I'm not rethinking my decision to delete it. Like I've never would accept it. Even if I was, you know, dating somebody else or married. I still wouldn't have accepted this friend request off but like you guys would have like how many many of you guys are still friends with your ex's while you're in a relationship with somebody else? Like no. Thank you. And the reason I said India's first, I figures no extreme hatred towards her it's because he doesn't want X that conveniently Dead live like ten minutes away from us if that and there is Extreme a straight there from him to her..
"i 25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos
"That's anchor. FM. I can't wait to hear your podcast. On a happier note you guys my first born. The baby made me a mama is now two years old. Like seriously, where did the Congo we had his birthday party the weekend off of his birthday, which actually put his party on the 4th of July you guys he had a blast so we did a small party at the house with cake name and put on the grill. We had Andy's mom and them came. So it was Andy's mom and his cousin and then hand he's brother came up. From out of town and then Andi sister her husband and their three kids came up from out of town and we had two of our friends. Come over and celebrate with this the junior just absolutely loved and then it is mom rented out the local pool for about an hour. So after you made the cake and if it on the ground played some games and Junior opened up his presence and played with so many toys. We went swimming. He loved the big pool like he's only really been in a little small baby. Pool. You guys. He loved the big pool. I loved it. I had a blast seeing him to seeing smiling and enjoying spending time with his cousins cuz they're out of town so he doesn't see them that often. And then and he's brother..
"i 25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos
"Thought they were just you know normal but Extreme contractions was because that's not necessarily something once your page and you've hit a certain point that's not something that's easily shown up on an ultrasound. He said something like that to really see it. They have to actually cut you open and look at it. He said unless they have you know, the specific technician that's actually looking to check for a detached service. But most of the time they're not looking for that. So they're not going to notice it until they cut you open and then see it. But oh my God, he got I feel so much better like two weeks after having David which is new baby's name by the way gave it like two weeks after having him. I was awesome. I was ready to roll again. But he ended up coming out healthy the baby was fine. He came out perfectly healthy. Obviously, I came out fine. I actually had healed. I have a faster track with David than I did with Junior and that would that was why but David actually was born he had he was he had he was Five six pounds when he was born when we left the hospital. He was five and half he did have some issues out first with getting his way like he stayed at 6 pounds for two months. And then now at three months old he's just now gaining his way and they mean he's like and it he's nine pounds eight ounces, which is good. So babies healthy, I'm healthy. Got my tubes tied no more kids coming out of this one. We got our two boys. We got our chaos. We're going to embrace it. But you guys like how does your doctor do that? Like how do you not notice on the first C-section? Like you're not doing it, right?.
"i 25" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos
"Walton caffeinated chaos Hey guys, welcome back after such a long Hiatus. It feels good to be getting back into this routine. So let's start out discussing the obvious our name change. So for those of you who are confused. Yes, we did used to be mom podcast. However, we want it to start over fresh and have a name that will reflect Us in the long run both talking about parenting and life in general. The name mom's age ended up limiting our topics to just things related to raising kids. So now with caffeinated chaos, we have a broader spectrum of topics we can cover.
"i 25" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Do you see my mouth moving, and then it come. Kill Times not all the time. Gets A catchall. I don't know what I'm getting. Be Delayed. It couldn't be you know idea. Okay, so you do a me. Do My episode ranks? Yes, okay, so the decider dot com, which was the one that was like three hundred episodes Jessica Mason ranked this episode. Seventy one. Says on virus. Taking over a small town leads to some huge revelations about Sam in hugely emotional scenes between the brothers. One of the most tense dramatic episodes of early series in it's still a fan favorite, and why not Sam telling deed to kill him? Dean refusing also murder. What murder Vines Meyer murder virus. I can read my writing. Great stuff is what she says. Murder Vines like with the. Lord. You know I'm sitting in the living room. Because I thought I would have a better view would read my notes better in. Clearly, that is not true. I thought okay. I'm at a dining room table. It's not even mine so. Okay, so the next one is the THRILLA DOT COM, which is Uncle Joey Gladstone. They ranked it number thirty seven out of the to two hundred something. Does. The boys discover a town with the demonic virus that makes killers out of its people something about Sam, blood hint demon juice keeps him from getting infected, those little little foreshadowing their little me. What do they call that when you ruin it? Spoiler, yes. Yeah, what is it call? What do you spoil something Oh Shit? I, also have an urban dictionary. If you want that right and I'm just GonNa, throw it all attitude the beginning. Everything else do it okay. So, the supernatural urban dictionary word for the week is Dean Winchester. The I finish in is the most caring brother anyone could ask for. Definitely number two is single handedly the hottest man in any universe to ever exist. Okay I agree with that one. I feel like he smells like apple, Pie and whiskey. Those are two good things. If our to candle, it'd be like Leather Apple Pie with. He probably wears a lot of like asph in Cologne and I'm okay with that. You like an axe guy. That's for sure. No, no, no, no, no, WE'LL ASKS! Was it around? When this started, was it? I. Don't know either I feel like I need to. I feel like people had it and when we were in high school when you were in high so what? If? Thank you for loving me into that I. appreciate it. Googling when did X.? probably not gonNA work. I know that my one friend really liked the smell of it, so she bought them just as she could spray around her house. cylinder below ax came out in nineteen, eighty three. No, there yes. I like how I show it to you on the. Unlike look at the video chat list. It happened yet introduced June sixth nineteen eighty three We'll okay, then there goes that. Would you like an outline since I'm just GONNA? Keep going through everything. I've forgotten. To preface I couldn't remember if this was a twofer. It kind of is, but I thought it was like this episode. And then what happens the next episode I? Didn't know we got like a buffer. We got hell hounds last episode. Kroto and I thought we were going to get the culmination of everything. Yeah, no! so the outline for this episode season two episode nine crotone. A SAM has a vision of Dean killing a young man who seems to be possessed by a demon, leading the brothers to head Oregon in search of answers. The suburbs of just proved to me that you should follow Deane's instincts even though he's a little rough around the edges. I'd follow Dean anywhere. My notes have Eros case. You're curious. Oh, look at that and. Would everywhere. I might oh I have that on on my. We're not perfect people know. It, my. Notes for the actual episode are in red in they kind of go around my actual notes. So I. don't even know how I do this. I feel like I. Don't WanNa use an extra piece of paper just like fill in the white space. But now I am going to this episode from memory 'cause I stopped taking notes during the 'cause. I'm a horrible person. You Suck. Just I just realized I also stopped. That thought like halfway. Stop taking notes during the episode is the word in there. I can edit that in. That's fine. Leave, it! No, it's fine. They need to know how mess I am. No, that's why we have the cutting room floor episode. Speaking all at one time get five minutes of it at the other day. Our, let's jump into this episode. Dive in all right so this episode we get again another episode that starts with. Precursor at the beginning to go back to a different time. But this find out that it's a SAM dream Dream his stupid visions. They never end up right. He's like a you remember when on Raven occur thing visions never. Worked out the way she wanted them to feel like. That happens with Sam to especially next episode. I'll take your word for it. We. Get to see a good friend in next step of the door. Yup thought just saw that Yeah. Yeah look ahead back. Are Yeah. So as you've stated before the prophetic dream starts with Dean in like A. Hospital room, if but like a doctor's examination room. With obviously a doctor and a nurse, and the shooting a kid who's saying he doesn't have it. He's not sick and the doctor saying I can't prove it and then Dean just kill, them. Without. He's just like okay. Boom done well. You'd like can't prove it fucking. And you're like Oh. We didn't even forgot today when this episode came out. Damn it got. So bad temper. This is the worst day. I got another them doing. What do I do with my hands? So this this episode came out December seventh, two, thousand six. It was the episode before their holiday break, so the next episode doesn't even happen until January eleventh day. Before my birthday, we'll do so. This is what they left. People with and December. Okay so jumping back into the episode. Let's circle back. Circling back now Sam's awake tells dean his dream, and they got to go find this place, which turns out to be river, Grove Oregon because nothing happens in Oregon. Might as well make something happen true into this tiny small town where Sam happens to notice the word Kroto in carved into aside telephone pole that he hilariously bumps.