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"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"Father are thank you for my friend. Thank you for his love for you and his heart. God dreams shattered things. We would never even wanted for not alone. Let alone for ourselves. But for anyone god for he and his wife imagine how many conversations they held each other's hands. How many prayers. God we want to use this. We want you to take this paint. It shows how we can use it for your good. How many tears they've shed and cried representing so many of us in this room behind closed doors in the quiet of their own. Walk with you crying outs. God show me lead me. I love it when he says to me over and over it'd be so easy to sit and meditate and focus on what i've lost. I'm not alone keith. i'm not alone in this. I want to take it and breathe life into someone else and to give his life away. Lord that's why he's on the stage right now. How quickly when. I invited him. He said absolutely. I'm there but god that's true for all of us. I think we can all agree. This side of heaven is not an easy walk. it's hard to even try to grasp. Sometimes the things that we go through. And i get the frustrations and i get the pain. I've been there. I walk it as well. God you are a good good father and you don't ban us and you've not failed us whether we understand it or not if we would choose an loving you you can take all things and use it. That's the key word. use it for good. God i pray for that right now for someone in this room. What's that chip they're holding onto. I get it. There's a sense of security. And holding. On i get it. You're not mad at him for you. Understand it there's a security what we've known where we've been scary when we look out into a horizon down the road. We've never walked. I wonder about lewis and clark. I'm very confident. They had those thoughts to. Let's just get back into canoe and paddle home. It'd be a whole lot easier going downriver rather than going against it but they chose something different. Something unknown in difficult. How much greater is the landscape before us. Then just the landscape that they had before them. God give us their heart. Your heart to be pioneers to take the risk to step out in the unknown. Knowing this god whatever's unknown to us is still known to you which means that's why we can walk in confidence. God i pray for this series the in all this week we will think. We'll look at our dash wherever we put these cards. I pray that people take multiple. They would see them everywhere they turn the god they would re-engage their thoughts. They'd let you feel them with dreams. They'd rekindle something that they set aside and they would just think about what you can do. They'd start writing down again and sharing them with with all of us here lord someone they can pass it on they can touch it they can make it better. They can pass it on. They can touch it. They can make it better. They can pass it on. It's time for us to take charge. And i pray this in the name of jesus and everyone says thanks again for listening to hear more messages like this one. Make sure to subscribe in. Check out our podcast channel for pass messages. And if you like what you're hearing considering it even sharing it with your friends city helps so much you can click the share button. Take a screen shot and shared on your social stories and celebrate church for more content from celebrating to connect with us go to celebrate dot church. We love you and we believe in you god bless..

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"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"Hurts. I'm saying i'm only sitting here. Because the king of kings and lord of lords sacrificed is very own son. He who knew no sin became my sin and said i can change the world through you keith. If you'll trust me and when a church comes together in that and you need to understand we read about the disciples but the cost that they gave were only sitting here in that cost was worth it. Lost people matter. There is a heaven there is a hell and jesus narrow is the gate and feel will find it. My first question is are you one of the few. And how many are you willing and wanting to take with you. The only way that happens it won't be might. It won't be by your power power. It'd be spirit of the lord and it's time it's time for us to canoe the mountains. It's scary because i've i've never done it. I'm standing in the mountains looking at you and going. But god's going come on come on and lewis and clark two guys weren't even godly two guys when out to the pacific ocean and when they got out there and beheld the sun setting they looked at each other and said let's go back on a different route and they split up and they went to different ways. It wasn't enough to go out. Let's go back another way. We've never been and it changed the world. It changed the world. How much greater is the cause of christ. Now why do i say this. Write these down. Okay one of the things that justin and i are talking about. It's a ministry called. Take charge to ministry that god laid on his heart that he owns. I'm putting feed on the gas but he's driving the car and it's take charge. It's trust christ and it's teach care that's where it's at right now take charge. We do that. Teaching people to trust christ. Because we're going to need. Christ there's no point there's no point if you will when it comes to mental illness or anything of that nature listen. A human healing doesn't help the cause because you can feed the hungry but the hungry. You don't know christ still in their full tummy. Die and go to hell with me on this. That's why our work in liberia isn't just to get it running water and educate children. It's to help. Those young people understand that all of this. You need to build your life in the foundation of jesus christ because educated people still go to hell. Okay that's the bottom line so we wanna help people taking charge and so we need so much work to be done. That's why i love all the the incredible work falls but there needs to be more there needs to be more. The food pantries not big enough. Let's build another. There's a needs to be more you with me on this all work in that and one things that just are talking about is how do we do that. Do we take the ranch. His ranch and turn the bar and into a place where we're young people can go and that we can build and they can because we need more of this. I know this to be true. I talk with so many of our leaders in our city. Do we do we do this. And we're young people can go and they can have incredible counselors that can come along that they to trust christ and they helped them understand the foundation but the goal is the goal isn't get the cast off the leg when it's broken. The goal is to get them using the leg again for the goodness of the grace of god. That's when healing begins getting them back into the game. All these conversations are happening church. That's what it means. I say this all the time. I do not want the parking lot of this church empty six days a week. I don't want it just on the weekends. i want. This building used twenty four hours a day seven days a week or there's no point of owning the building. What do we need to do to serve our city and to make sure the things that we owned before. God is serving them as well and we need your help. I'm not driving this. you are. This is no longer church. Where i'm the pastor. And i'm going to push things down and out i'm flipping it. I will give my life to holding it up. I will give my life of turning this over and holding it up and breathing wind in your sails and given our lives away because the cause of christ matters you want to change the political structure. Jesus christ you on a trade change the mental issues and our world. Jesus christ you want to change mayor just coming apart. jesus christ. Everything is answered in the name of jesus. And you. And i have him here. It's time for us to put him there. And let's go out into the world. The gospel of jesus. Christ what are the for. The word gospel was the first two letters the word good. He's a good. God was the first few letters. The name of god was the first two letters anything less is none of those. He's a good. God in the gospel is good because the gospel is god and the great commission is that we go we go with the name of jesus he says you lift me up. I will draw. I can't do it. I can't change a life. But the one i speak of camps and he's good amen. Justin i want to come back to you. What do you want to add to that. I have another one last question for you. I think you have this org this church leadership here with the passion the challenge you put out last week to rethink to trust christ take charge some situations and trust christ with those situations. Don't miss it. let's not miss it. Okay not for me. Not vail or sun now. what a. What a blessing. We get to see veils smile again through somebody else. Austin's helping kind words through somebody else and every there could be there could be hundreds and hundreds of people sitting in the same chair telling the same story. Okay so it's not about please. It's not about that. Put your hand down keith. Talks about mentors all the time but put your hand out. Put it down to somebody and bring somebody on recognize it. I was sitting backstage with somebody right before we walked out here and gentlemen. That's i admire extremely wise. It's okay to ask for help. Okay when somebody's hurting. It's okay to ask for help. Just shows that there's a when you ask for help. There's an awareness that we're just merely a human being right and we will be pointed in the direction of trusting christ with that. The only other thing. I'd say keith is.

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"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

06:20 min | 3 months ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"Million dollars. That i guarantee i've found something way. More valuable than twenty million dollars. Amen amen. sitting on top of that safe deposit box and my father died three years ago practically to this week. Okay so this this was. My father passed preceding our grandson and the loss of our son so he was eighty nine years old. Wonderful wonderful one of those guys was probably born. Grew up in the eight. One thousand nine hundred twenty should grown up in eighteen hundreds. You know it's one of those kinda guys cowboy kind of guy but sitting literally literally sitting on top of that safe deposit box. I don't know. I'll try to paint the picture if you pull that long box or they pull that long box out. They leave the key in the top. They said it there and they leave. The room in the church or in a bank was in the bank. We can off to china. We hope we try okay and then they leave the room and i've flipped open long literally sitting on the top of that safe. Deposit box was a handwritten note and it was on a scrap of an envelope like manila envelope. That something would come in. And you're sitting at the table in the morning. And i could just see my father doing this. My father had he was left handed leathery old hand fingers the size of rottweilers. He would he would scratch he would. He scratched out and his writings. Says i hope the person. I hope the person that this is intended for finds this tell the notes started goes on to say and shares his vision of helping people of loving people of providing structure of providing a place that people can contribute to and feel included. Sounds an awful lot like a church. Doesn't that mean seriously. You know my dad was the same guy that would always say church churches there for those that need it and don't you forget it. We all need it. That's that's what he would say but the note went on to say you know. I'm really sorry that i couldn't complete couldn't finish my mission. He was a farmer. He was a rancher and was always hard very difficult for my father to find help on the farm to help with the ranch in the farm so his idea was to create a place that he could grow people. They could help people that he could take. Give them a responsibility. Give them a skill that they can enhance and learn all in the name of love all under the guise of a smile every single day About contributing in the note went on and finished by saying. I know that the person this is intended for will find this note and the best gift he my father could get was to see his vision and his mission and his passion of helping people completed. So what motivation. I have we lose a grandson. We lose a son celebrated eighty nine years of father's life who cares enough and trusts enough and acknowledges off and is aware enough to say. I didn't finish what i started. But i can touch it. Make it better and pass it on. So it's my vision. And i challenge everybody here that if it's okay that if something isn't quite right something doesn't feel right. Challenge you to try to help somebody else. My dad did. And i know today. And i understand much more today. The words of touch it make it better and pass it on so dad. Thanks for sharing now with me. Thanks for trusting that trust and we got an awful lot of work to do. Because i hope to build some. I'll call it some momentum behind some very contagious acts. Some places a place. Some atmosphere that we'd literally truly can continue to take charge of our own lives and helping people trust christ and be very very well as we help people let go ahead absolutely only put some feet under this because it would be very easy for people. Listen okay great words but there's gotta to be not just marching orders we've got to start marching and you and i have been in some conversations over the last multiple weeks not just you and other people involved you will cave we kind of play this out painted dream a little bit. Can't wait and so this is this is changing your life. Not just to the point. That i mean your wrestling personally and you share as much as you want to what you can. But you're personally. I mean this is. This is personal. This isn't something. I wanna do on the side. This isn't something that i just wanna. I do wanna live it out every day but there are some brick and mortar in this thing and so i'd love to have that conversation if you're okay we'll invite them to the table at perkins and let's start playing out. What does this look like to you as.

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"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"Happened. He and his nine year old brother were walking school two blocks away from their home. Okay didn't have to cross streets. He was in a crosswalk and truly a tragic accident. Now i'll stress the word accident but he was hit by a car. I mean was run over and killed six years old. So yeah the world changed that day mmediately go into as a parent and everybody says a statement. That's maybe the obvious but there's nothing or able or as horrible as awful is seeing your children hurt and see a lot of head shaken but go into what can we do. How do we take this. Chaos and turn it into call where we find comfort in this family lives in fort collins. They'd recently located. They'd been there about six or seven months and it's so amazing to see the comfort that the church the school. The neighborhood gave our family gave our children veils. Two brothers vail sister our son in law our daughter. It's amazing to see that. So it's as we as we think through this. You can really really focus on and you'll probably hear me say this fairmount but really can focus on what we lost. We lost a lot but this little guy was running so far out. And i don't mean that just literally in a crosswalk three steps away from his kindergarten. You know where he was excited to get and was hit by vehicle up precious real life. We gotta work through that right to work through that as a family so lots of lessons their lesson literally started lessons literally started with the funeral. Twelve hundred people at the funeral kids. They're trying to figure out there trying to make sense of this. They're trying to agree right. School was great but it literally started at the funeral. Where vail who loved. Tell me what six year old little boy doesn't little matchbox car and it was the family's wishes our daughter son-in-law's wishes that vail could give something to those kids that attended the funeral and the pastors. That fishy the funeral were wonderful. They brought all the kids up for a little kids. Mass and every one of those little kids came up and is the pastor's sat with them and they were comforting and there were tears and unbelievable every one of those little kids left with a smile on their face because they got a matchbox car and so pretty cool so yup veils gone we consider and and the sad and we're sad every day that this tragedy or we can choose to move on so part of our mission as a family is to is to is to focus on what do have and those memories and smiles and move forward so a year and a half ago. You your wife your family you lose a grandchild now fast forward september twenty twenty one more time. Your world has changed. It has keith and september. Twenty first to be exact. Our only son made a final decision with some really really temporary circumstances. Any chose to take his life. He completed suicide thirty four years old. Lots of think of all the great things. He's done short years all the things. He's contributed to in those thirty four years but a lot of pain to say i don't and i can't be here anymore. Was choice was the final choice he made. I don't blame him. I understand how it happened. I understand what happened. But for the life of me. And i don't think i ever will of why it happened and i ask myself over and over again. Carry the guilt of what. If what should've i. If i only feel like a victim when i do that So we gotta stop that you know. I intentionally try not to think that and once again focus on what does what we do have and what we can have. And we're gonna always have those memories always keith. so yeah world was rocked again and one foot in front of the other. Lots of faith you know. Let's trust in what we believe in something way greater. I've heard keyed say this oftentimes just be earth would be a place. That's maybe not so great if we didn't believe in something beyond this and i hope this series and Friendships that we have can make us do that. Keith so you and i are setting and we're we're walking through this and talking through this and this is really where the title of this series came from. I've been working on it. It's amazing how god is doing some things in my life. There's things that you have faced unbelievable rocks that have been laid upon your shoulders. Things that rock your world changer world. We're talking through this. And you said those words and then i wanna i wanna if you will talk about another loss that preceded this. You mentioned a moment ago your mom and your dad and we're sitting in talking and you said these words when you go through something like this you rethink. What is this really all about what my life can do the difference. It can make that. I can look at what i've lost but there's something i can do and that i remember that word i mean it was just like his god. Just me and move through your lips into my ears. Read think we've got to rethink. Let's talk about your dad and your dad. When he died you went to his safe deposit box and had no idea the ripple effects but the pieces would start to come together. I certainly did. And we've we've probably joked about you know you and i have keyed certainly about what you find in that safe deposit box..

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France, Jersey Trade Barbs in Post-Brexit Fishing Dispute

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

France, Jersey Trade Barbs in Post-Brexit Fishing Dispute

"Tension has mounted between the UK and France admitted speeds over fishing rights following Britain's departure from the European Union French maritime minister I need to know about them warned that France would retaliate off to the keys jazzy of stalling initialing fishing licenses the French bases agreed in the post brexit trade deal I don't have to go see on television up and I by going as far as Jesse's command on it never mind for example of electricity transportation by undersea cables so we have the name of it again even if you were caught doing it and we will do it if we have to E. the external affairs minister for Jesse Ingalls said Jesse was refining the licenses according to new rules that recently took effect cool said the threat to cut off electricity seem to disproportionate retaliation for a few days Karen Thomas London

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"ingalls" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"What's going on. Why are you guys standing here. The ship has been taken over by maga- pirates they forced the captain and the crew into lifeboats. And they're on their way up here right. Now tell adam. You didn't tell me that you said the students open. I knew it didn't say that. I did not say that. The ship doesn't steer itself. We're going in circles. We might even run over the captain and crew. No i'm fine you ship. I think tony. And i can see the ship and we we watch below deck but that piece of shit reality show that he looks. Don't say that that look look. I can hear the mega pirates just outside the door porn. One you go out there and try to talk to them. Use your comedy. Laurel laura ingalls wilder said. A good laugh overcomes more difficulties dissipates. More dark clouds any other. One thing i'm supposed to go to stand up to mega pirates because half pint from little house on the prairie said that no. I think it was the older girl who wrote the box. It was the younger girl. I've written a couple of books that my remark incoming than they have differences. You go out there and find the laughs in the common ground. Used to believe that. But after what's happened in the last nine months hell the last four years. I don't know if i believe that anymore. Okay i think you do and if it goes well. I think i could turn it into thing. Where to get you more bookings it was half pint. You googled it. Didn't you turney. i need you at the helm. All right don't go. Hi it's just me all right. I'm gonna try to call for help on his ship the shoreline bonnie bonnie can. Can you come read the directions. Listen if you are shot. The sheriff's that are going to want us to watch syrups bonnie bonnie. Can you come help now. Wait i just gotta go out during tower one more thing. You're doing great time. More crowd for your spontaneity the cloud with okay this guy right here with the fucking gun dammit. Bonnie oh thank god. It was just a dream. This has been tony's dream cruise during bounce. Don't bonnie burns tony tonio. Ken lozanic land romo and yours. Truly adam felber. That was something. That's powerful powerful rendition. Absolutely and it's only at a poundstone players production that you get to hear us being both the players and the audience. We love us. Our reviews are in here. Just one blake says we know years we have to entertain ourselves. And i think we've really done that. Yeah i you know what. I'll tell you something. This is just a feeling that i have about. How twenty twenty twenty one is going to hate to use round the corner. Trump said it so many times in his bullshit thing about the virus put. I really feel that. If sean penn gets his hands on this it's going to be a hugh. It's going to sweep the nation and parts of canada. It's going to bring. It's going to bring theaters back. Oh it is gonna bring theater. Oh my god. Can you imagine bette midler as tony side of the road. Kind of the rose. He was born to play. She went loved that. Oh my gosh oh wait a minute and share as body burns show. You know streisand would be me. What's the matter with you. i'm barbara streisand. I feel like barbra. Streisand can do pretty good me. You don't think i could do share. Oh you know. What maybe amy klobuchar. We'll get bored of politics and will want to do this. Play or a little something on the side you know. Maybe she'll still be a senator but you'll want to get into acting as well. She might that tonight..

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Coronavirus spikes a concern, but no reason 'to go into lockdown,' Inglesby says

TED Radio Hour

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus spikes a concern, but no reason 'to go into lockdown,' Inglesby says

"The number of coronavirus cases is climbing across more than twenty states mostly in the south and the west as NPR's Joel rose reports that has public health experts worry the growing number of cases may partly reflect an increase in testing according to Dr Tom Ingalls being the director of the center for health security at Johns Hopkins University but eagles B. says it also reflects a real increase in cases and hospitalizations particularly in Sunbelt states like Arizona Texas Florida and the Carolinas that's not just because we're doing more testing in a state that's because there is more serious disease in the state's speaking on fox news Sunday Ingalls be said those states do not need to go back into lockdown right now police said state leaders should encourage their residents to slow the spread of the virus by avoiding large public gatherings covering their faces and washing their hands frequently told rose NPR news

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Dr. Tom Inglesby weighs in on what states need to have in place to lower their risk of re-opening

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dr. Tom Inglesby weighs in on what states need to have in place to lower their risk of re-opening

"There are now more than one point three million confirmed virus cases in the U. S. and more than eighty two thousand Americans have died just ahead of his testimony to Congress today Johns Hopkins Dr Tom Ingalls be told CBS this morning morning what what state state should should have have before before re re opening opening two two weeks weeks of of the the client client cases cases health health system system that that can can really really care care for for more more people people if if they they get get sick sick why is that I am not suggesting available for anyone who has committed symptoms and their program for rapid tracing of contacts of cases

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Public health expert warns virus not going away

Rachel

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Public health expert warns virus not going away

"Time unfortunately the virus continues to spread people continue to get it unfortunately people are tragically dying and we look around the world there's evidence that when countries relaxer economic controls the virus tends to flare back up again and the longer this goes on and for sure the more gradual the recovery is likely to be a public health expert says the new coronavirus still quote has a long way to run end quote despite the president's claim last week that it will go away without a vaccine Dr Tom Ingalls be says that it's likely that only a small portion of the country's been infected and most people are still

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Washington, DC - Johns Hopkins University official concerned about possible spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations this coming flu season

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, DC - Johns Hopkins University official concerned about possible spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations this coming flu season

"A top health official from Johns Hopkins University did not expect to see a low income rotavirus cases as we head into summer Dr Tom Ingalls be of the Bloomberg school of public health says folks should not assume that'll happen Ingalls be also says he's worried about a possible spike in the rate of hospitalizations as the virus mixes with flu season this fall the doctor urging people to continue wearing masks and practice social distancing

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"ingalls" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"ingalls" Discussed on WTOP

"Dr Tom Ingalls be says there are not many options right now for Americans at this point without a vaccine without medicines we cannot we don't have any other strategies on that scale it's our best tool right now is social distancing trust burn hard at the greater Green Bay chamber says a federal rescue plan will help struggling businesses because of this program there will be businesses they're gonna be able to get over these trying times CBS news update I'm Steve Futterman it is two thirty one at WTOP president trump has fired another member of the intelligence community he's let go the inspector general who inform Congress about the anonymous whistleblower complaint last year and described the president's pressure on Ukraine to investigate Democrat Joe Biden and his son Michael Atkinson was the first to inform Congress about the anonymous whistleblower complaint last year that described trump's pressure on Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son senator mark Warner calls the move on conscionable the ranking Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee Warner ants Americans should all be deeply disturbed by ongoing attempts to politicize the nation's intelligence agencies the president informed the Senate intelligence committee late Friday of his decision to fire at concern saying he no longer had confidence in him Ben Thomas Washington hand sanitizer still something scare some local distilleries of switch gears to try to help meet the demand many distilleries in DC Virginia and Maryland have gone from just making material for cocktails using their alcohol producing skills to create sanitizer the hand sanitizer often goes to health care facilities and first responders and the distillery say they'd like to make more but are trying to navigate through FDA regulations they're getting some help from members of Congress and Chris longer with the distilled spirits council says they're just trying to contribute during tough economic times if you make a great American whiskey or great distilled spirits products or the little time the industry as well as stepped up and started to report to contribute to a safer community on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news it is two thirty three Attorney General William Barr has ordered the bureau of prisons to increase the use of home confinement are says the agency must expedite the release of eligible at risk inmates beginning with three federal prisons where coronavirus cases have skyrocketed those prisons are in Louisiana Ohio and Connecticut congressional leaders and advocates have been pressing the justice department for weeks to release at risk inmates the front runner for the democratic presidential nomination says he's starting his search for a running mate this month Joe Biden says he'll announce eight committee in mid April to oversee the vice presidential selection process Axios reports Biden says he's spoken to a senator Bernie Sanders and former president Obama about selecting a running mate Biden says he wants to build a bench of younger really qualified people who can lead the nation over the course of the next four presidential cycles just ahead on WTOP how Virginia's house intends to meet later this month but still maintain social distancing that story coming up here on WTOP it's.

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"ingalls" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"ingalls" Discussed on KTOK

"You agree with them I know I think Easter is too optimistic but I think the president's absolutely right that we need to see a light at the end of the tunnel that we need to have a strategy a sustainable strategy to defeat the virus because right now what we're doing is unsustainable we just had three point two eight million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last at last week that's a record we're talking as you mentioned earlier between twenty five and even some estimates thirty percent reduction in GDP that can't go on forever at the start of an epidemic that pandemic like this you accept very high economic cost because we don't know what we're dealing with we're flying blind but over time as we get as we as the medical professionals get a handle on this and we start to contain the virus so we have to start transitioning Dr Scott Gottlieb who is my colleague at the American enterprise institute former FDA commissioners released this morning a road map towards our towards re opening and what he's saying is that it was gonna be a very tough month because we're going to see it continue see a spike but if we keep the mitigation efforts in place by may we should be able to start opening on a state by state basis and the way you decide state by state how you do it is has there been a sustained reduction in cases for fourteen days in states where you're seeing that happen and they have the medical capability to take care of that is that hospital capability daycare people to contest people then you can start lifting the restrictions in those states so it might be some states that happens sooner and other places like your cord that was the hardest hit the hot spot it's going to take longer to get there but we have to start moving in that direction one of mark points out in this column that that some countries like South Korea have been able to contain the virus without locking down most of their population for mines what are your thoughts about loosening the reins how soon we do it how do we decide whether and when to do it well I just wanted I guess you know refrain what doctor Ingalls be set to earlier Chris which is that the virus does not respect county lines are state lines Alabama for example has had a very low register so far in terms of the virus but.

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Emily Dickinson's Gardening Life, Marta McDowell

Cultivating Place

09:00 min | 1 year ago

Emily Dickinson's Gardening Life, Marta McDowell

"Emily Dickinson was a gardener. She was also an iconic poet. And and this week we enjoy a conversation. With Garden Writer Marta McDowell to hear more about how the two callings intermingled in the life of emily only Dickinson. Welcome Marta arm so happy to be back Jennifer. I also happy to have you. I will note that this makes you the all all time. Most interviewed person on cultivating place. Marta so we should have like a drum roll. Happy to have Marta back back. So I have given you a little bit of an introduction but remind listeners and tell new listeners of whom there are a great many a little a bit about your own current practice in what you do as a writer what you do as a gardener of course while I consider myself self a garden writer and really I do a lot of things that you can append the word garden too you so I teach about gardening. I lecture about gardening. I they do some consulting on gardening and I very much garden myself as well and tell tell us just a tiny bit about your current garden and partly why I want you to describe this for listeners is that it bears the beautiful traces traces in threads and clues of almost all the books you have worked on which I think you like to describe as being at the sort of intersection of the pen and the Trowel trowel. Yes so the reason my garden is overcrowded. Just definitely read too much and so when I read about a an author who likes to garden I want to grow. Grow what they grew it. It's like a little link through time as if I could reach out I- fingers and touch them. I'm in a way that is not the into page which you know we so often encounter a writer through the printed page but actually through this medium medium of plant yeah give us an illustration of how this has worked for you. So and I I say this again to just illustrate this wonderful crossover that you include in all the books that I have read of yours. which is sort of how to have a garden in like this person would have had a garden and this was true in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Book and this is definitely true in the Emily Dickinson Book? And I believe it was true in terms of at least plant lists in all the president's gardens as well. Yes I seem to like to count. Things are always very long-planned implant list. must be some like personality type but my garden is. Let's see it's a garden of about a half an acre occurred. It is in a suburban neighborhood. My house is not new. It was built in nineteen twenty nine. Which means it's approaching one hundred years old? It sits on the front of the property so in the front. I have only only things that aren't lawn in the back. I have a tiny so-called lawn although most people who who look at it probably wouldn't call it that and I have many trees my one little patch of son I have flowers ars and herbs and then I have a woodland garden in the back and I think that's the one. Interestingly that Emily Dickenson has influenced the most because she did do a lot of wildflower collecting in wildflower walks and so in her home in her letters there so many wildflowers and she's she's from Massachusetts. I live in New Jersey. You know basically. That's a little colder where she is but I can grow most of the things that she would have found and in the woods around amherst Massachusetts so things like blood route. You know what a what a great emily Dickenson glanced right. Yeah you know You know just so many of those little spring ephemeral the things that bloom in in the spring and then completely disappear at least in my garden by the end of the summer. And then don't pop up again until next spring Burton. Yeah so you've been a gardener far longer than you've been a garden writer and you've been garden writer for a very long time now. How did one become the other and tell us about emily? Dickinson's role in that. So the the minute I had a little patch patch of earth which was round. I duNNo. Let's say nineteen eighty. I started to garden and started to just WanNa grow growth things in in a way. It didn't matter what the thing was. I just really discovered this connection to the soil and and Emily Dickinson happened entirely by accident. It was when I was in a completely different life I was. I had a job in corporate America. I would go on these trips from Lil. You know the head office in New Jersey and go out to visit insurance agencies at in this case ace and I was going across Massachusetts visiting agencies and I had a spare afternoon and I I literally told off into a higher a rest area and stared at the brochure wreck. Can you picture that yes again right. And so there was the thing for the Emily Dickinson Concerned Museum and I thought Oh hit studied Emily Dickinson you know. Let me go up to the museum and so I called. I'm sure on the pay phone and and said can I still make it. And she said Yes yes come and I found out that day Emily Dickinson had been a gardener and the door opened opened for me. I'm I suppose was poetry. It was like you know two roads diverged in the Ray Right right and so I just I. I absolutely became obsessed with Emily Dickinson and her gardening interests. And so that was a round nineteen eighteen ninety eight Two years later I I left my corporate job. I published an article about Emily Dickinson. I you know I just. I took another track. I started studying gardening. You know more seriously and you know kind of building up. I don't know and then you know I published a book in two thousand five and two thousand ten. I worked with the New York Botanical Garden on a big shows. You would think I had planned it right but I did just happen. It just happened. And and somehow the universe the collective consciousness the the seeds dormant in your own soul Found you took took you and grew you along this path and it was It has taken several kind of guises since then But Emily Dickinson was definitely the start. And when you say you published a book in two thousand five. That was your first book on Emily Dickinson. The first edition of this book is that correct. Yes and that was my first book about gardening and the same likewise with the big exhibit at The New York Botanic Tena Gardens. That was all sort of botanic garden exhibition about Emily Dickinson her gardening life and her gardening hardening motivation as well. Correct yes and I should say you know. This is the value of going to a museum right right. You know it's like you may not think anything in particular about a museum but you know it really something can touch you. And I've stayed involved with the museum really from the start. So that's been a continuous thread.

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"ingalls" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"ingalls" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Fox's Laura Ingalls and I'm Carmen Roberson this is fox news W. CBM Baltimore but looks like a warm weekend awaits us with your record high temperatures your ball toward the middle annex Saturday and Sunday will spring preview with proper sixty Saturday Sunday not far from record high temperature seventy thirty two degrees our low overnight morning clouds afternoon sunshine Friday hi fifty four cloudy on Saturday okay sixty seven ratio or Sunday sixty six degrees of low temp Saturday night sixty I mean urologist got more and more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. C. broadcasting live from the never used to be on the safe retirement solutions studios call rollbar roll it for ten to six six eleven twenty role in the web of safe retirement solutions dot com is what's happening so there should because this they want information really should remain get the latest updates the fatal plane crash outside of Toronto it was flying in and two three four times today and Democrats in the Senate want to see what they're willing to do talk radio sixteen W. C. B. M. from somewhere deep below the this is.

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"ingalls" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ingalls" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"It's to my current wife I called out my ex fiance's name yeah I think it Hey look at the roller coaster right down the gutter no one ever tell you it's going to be like now it's hard work so who you're with can you Anna Anna kid friendly even though it's not a kid topic can you explain how it happened yeah so we had gotten engaged that day and it was a great day I planted hours are meant to dinner got back to the house we were already engages were in the ring but we go back to my apartment and you know then I continued on and so right before it started to get serious I called out the wrong name and the names are not similar she stopped Ingalls wait what I know and then I tried playing it off because my ex fiance and my sister than have the same name I like not thinking of my sister yeah yeah you're a Democrat pro soon if we down to nine and you say you hate me and we go to bed angry knoll every day will be rye I'll be away promise some changes just need someone to show you one more.

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"ingalls" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"ingalls" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Latest news this is talk radio six eighty W. C. B. M. and W. C. B. M. dot com good afternoon at five thirty one I'm Michael fill a Philly in the six eighty W. C. B. Amerila news center with the headlines making news this hour Maryland state police investigating a crash that killed in and around the county firefighter yesterday morning in Carroll County twenty four year old brown Han served on station thirty ones do you ship he was off duty when he died in the crash of route twenty seven you're Solomon road Manchester governor Larry Hogan says three men who were convicted of murders juveniles will be paroled for the first time in twenty four years forty two year old never as may who will be released this month fifty four year old Robert Davis was already released and forty two year old Shawn Goodman will re released in December investigators say thirty one year old Samuel Stovall **** sixteen thousand dollars worth of chips from horseshoe casino Saturday he was taken into custody and stuff to go before court commissioner Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been released from Baltimore's Johns Hopkins hospital the eighty six year old justice now resting at home and doing well he checked into the hospital Friday night after experiencing chills and fever today begins the one hundred tenth birthday celebration for Bessie Elizabeth Harding who will turn one hundred ten years old this week today she was celebrated with a proclamation from Baltimore mayor Jack young Harding moved to Baltimore in the mid nineteen thirties living in several neighborhoods before moving into Roland park he waited tables at the Mount Vernon club for more than thirty years it's fifty four degrees in Baltimore reporting a five thirty two I'm Michael Phil Apelles six eighty W. CBM news hi Ingalls owner a new look comes in telling people not to roll the winner roof more roof leaks coming winter than any other time so you have to make a decision whether you want to place every try to push until spring so why wait because you want to hold on to that money for a few more months if you didn't have to pay for your room you it definitely do it now roof and not sign that's now roofing sailed through thanksgiving and your roof installed before winter penny for one year and when you do just.

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"ingalls" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ingalls reporting eight hundred thousand people are without power in northern California has power companies are trying to avoid devastating wildfires because of high winds the winds overnight as expected did pick up with gusts in some areas of around sixty miles an hour strong enough to potentially knocked down powerlines and as the winds did pick up a second round of power shutdowns did take place more than a million customers have now lost power it's hope later today as the winds begin to die down some of the power shutdowns will be lifted Steve Futterman CBS news Santa Rosa California people in the northern Rockies northern plains and upper Great Lakes are bundling up for a potentially historic winter storm that's forecasters describe what's expected as it could dump as much as two feet of snow across the region over the next few days and cold temperatures are coming in with the snow dropping places like Denver from the low eighties on Wednesday to the twenties this morning the Golden State is banning those popular many shampoos you get when you're on vacation no more small plastic shampoo bottles in California after the governor signed a new law set to take effect in twenty twenty three it follows similar actions by big hotel chains like Marriott which plans to stop using them by December next year and I H. G. hotels like Holiday Inn with plans to stop the use by twenty twenty one in California hotels face fines if they don't comply and it comes as officials there try to reduce the amount of plastic waste the state already bans the supermarkets from getting customers single use plastic bags without a charge and restaurants can only give plastic straws upon request mac Piper CBS news it's seven thirty six weather is next DJ fresh your DJ for the Tampa Bay rays never see savings like the one Chrysler Dodge jeep ram just ask for the invoice and you pay what we pay with Dodge power dollars the quicker you drive the more money you save any Dodge model the six point two liter help on our lot with seven hundred seven horsepower if you seven thousand seventy dollars take advantage of these.

"ingalls" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ingalls" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Matthew was again smoking hot he woke up in the middle of the night to go figure out what was going on with the rat at rat beat a repeat raccoon and he came out with his pants and suspenders no shirt he let that lantern in the bar not was like well yeah I was like a lot of things the lantern in the barn code for something yeah look at age not everybody retweeted still pictures that they sent of Michael Landon in the seventies shirtless because we're like he was kind of hot yeah he's got a little smirk and he's got going on yes that we got a lot of weeds him and just just you know what that hair it looks so soft and just effortless not the body I DO you always save the day even though mom really did but you know we got all the correct use the TV what women didn't get the credit all other than her her a crush on Paul Ingalls thing I love about Alexis is a quiz what we have I want some secrets about people that we know and I was wondering if you guys know that if you can guess who I am based on my secret a little handling right all right Hey I'm I'm excited about this is the first one I'm an actress to try to keep my secret buried for years but a video of me and then nineteen spanking someone in skin tight latex revealed my soft porn pass.

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"ingalls" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"ingalls" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Legislators approved a Bill to protect pre-born infants when a heartbeat can be detected. Correspondent Jennifer king. As more the Bill now goes to Republican governor Brian camp who's expected to sign it. Several Republican controlled states have moved to enact strict abortion laws. Recently proponents are hoping to get one of the cases in front of the US supreme court to challenge the Roe versus Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide in nineteen seventy three. Meanwhile, the measure would effectively prohibit most abortions after six weeks once signed and not blocked in court. The Georgia law would take effect January first twenty twenty states been threatened with boycotts by Hollywood. And with a lawsuit by the ACLU, Maryland general assembly voting to override governor. Larry Hogan's veto of a Bill that lets local school boards decide whether school begins before or after Labor Day HOGAN issued a an executive order in two thousand sixteen requiring schools to open after the holiday more at townhall dot com. US navy awarding a one point four seven billion dollar contract. With Mississippi shipyard to build a new amphibious worship, the navy has announced the award will go to Ingalls shipbuilding in pascagoula to design and build the fourteenth in the San Antonio class of fibia transport dock the ship will be the first with a modified design following thirteen. Earlier ships the visit will be used to carry marines and their equipment around the world. Putting them shore with landing craft or Viviers assault. Vehicles whose ship will also be able to host helicopters or tilt rotor aircraft. Correspondent Jeremy house reports that Ingles. President Bill cookies says continuing production without stopping will make it easier to build the ship Ingles is a unit of Virginia based Huntington Ingalls industries and has eleven thousand five hundred employees on the payroll more on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Oh, did you know that Eric wears dentures and a bit in his family for generations is true? Discolored and disgusting, but they have deep personal meaning Eric. So we ask that you respect. And now your host Eric Metaxas. Thanks, john. I really didn't want everybody to know about that. But it's it's true. They're they're.

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"ingalls" Discussed on Reason Podcast

Reason Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Reason Podcast

"Bharti obviously didn't. So what was her role in it? You mentioned Brian Doherty's radicals for capitalism, which is a history of the kind of modern libertarian movement. It's a fantastic book that everybody who has any interest in in actually in twentieth century American should, but especially libertarians rose wilder lane along with Isabel Paterson, and I n- rand or kind of the three, you know, the the three women who kind of created the the modern libertarian movement in many ways or the sensibility. What was lanes relationship with Laura Ingalls wilder her mother? Was was she was only child and both women were extremely intelligent talented and extremely opinionated in very stubborn. So it's not hard to imagine the argued a lot. They had these very usually extremely has of aggressive arguments must've been tortured for somebody to witness the timber like Almanza or whatever the bad angles must've been like I'm gonna go out and hub to get scouring Indians or something. Yeah. He's spent a lot of time. The smoke Smokehouse. Yeah. Just doing anything, especially his wife shoes. Rose. She encouraged her mother to write her memories right of of growing up on. What was then the frontier? Already was writing roses already a professional writer out in California out the California with her husband. The two became a strange than doors. Pacino meantime with. Was worked for San Francisco newspaper wrote all kinds of things she yourself is writing these biographies by reviews on celebrities in the time, Jack London, Charlie Chaplin, where she took huge liberties with the facts, basically, they're Riveria fictionalized biographies. But anyhow her mother started writing of Laura Ingalls wilder started writing an advice column for farmers wives for publication, hold the Missouri rural. And and then when the depression will let me back up little bit Laura Ingalls wilder. She always did want to write about her childhood. Enter past Andhra family was never quite sure. How to do it without with formante take, you know, she would take baby steps on this direction. What happened was rose was living with her parents again in late twenties thirties the depression hit wiped out there? Savings. They were desperate for new income sources, so. Laura like, a cut gotta do this just if only to make money, I gotta sit down in this book. And she did write something called pioneer girl that got rejected. But it was mainly mainly for the most part everything that will wrinkles. Well, wrote in in by herself would get rejected and then rose would go over it resort go over, and then it'd be accepted. So it was kinda like everything had to everything she wrote it just for it to get published. Everything had to go through the rose, well lane editing machine. And they started out having huge fights about all this mother was like a real stickler for the facts. The wing Lena, explain facts can be really boring. You know, if you stick with the truce that religiously, you know, just gonna boy board, but it tears us these that huge fights. But after a while in Laura Ingalls wilder also resented it. She was scented having to her having her dorm, go through everything just have published, but then she got used to it. And she also got used all the money this are rolling in because these spokesman huge hit right out of the gate. Far more successful in the long run than anything rose lane by yourself, but rose lane in the thirties in the twenties and thirties. She yourself was bestselling author of both of novels insurance stories and on nonfiction pieces. She was one of the highest paid writers in America in the twenties and thirties, but her own work as largely been forgotten at least compared to her mother would end she closed out her life or near lived what into the seventies?.

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Housing starts increase in November, as builders bet on apartments

Laura Ingraham

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Housing starts increase in November, as builders bet on apartments

"Single-family starts dropped four point six percent in November and are down thirteen point one percent from a year earlier higher mortgage rates have dragged down home sales in the past year. Discouraging many builders that is correspondent Jeremy house the Virginia shipyard, that's the sole builder of nuclear powered aircraft carriers was offering buyouts to a little more than ten percent of its workforce. Newport, News shipbuilding says it it's completely voluntary. There will be no layoffs. The shipyard is a division of Huntington Ingalls industries. It's one of two yards that builds nuclear power

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Plastic garbage patch: Medical tests 'inspired me to investigate'

BBC World Service

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Plastic garbage patch: Medical tests 'inspired me to investigate'

"Control of his finances his family members had told the judge that he requires a legal guardian because he is in cognitive the cognitive decline the age eight year old was the second man to ever walk on the surface of the moon the us association for library service to children has removed the name of the children's author laura ingalls wilder from one of its awards because of racist language missing goes wilder wrote the hugely popular little house on the prairie books about her experiences as a pioneer in the american midwest in the late nineteenth century association said that said they had received complaints about the offers antiblack and anti native attitudes and it's a crucial day for argentina who one of the big teams and the football world cup in russia the two time world champions led by their star striker lionel messi need to beat nigeria in their final group game to have any chance of making it through to the knockout stages australia are also hoping to progress when they take on peru in the other matches franz face denmark and iceland are up against croatia v multo watch central time neil thank you now a team of scientists has set sail from hawaii to investigate the world's largest accumulation of marine plastic known as the great pacific garbage patch the expedition will carry out a range of scientific experiments on the phenomenon now said to be three times the size of france our environment correspondent matt mcgrath reports belugas scientific estimate of the size of the swirling mess of plastic known as the great pacific garbage patch says it sixteen times bigger than previously thought as well as the dangerous post to sea creatures who eat tiny fragments of this plastic soup scientists are also keen to find out about the toxic impact of chemicals in the plastic that emerge when they breakdown in sunlight and seawater british sailor emily penn says this is a key reason why she is leading an all woman team to capture samples of water and plastic from the garbage patch she says that plastics in the ocean produced hormone disrupting chemicals that pose significant dangerous to women endocrine disrupters they minute mines and stopped as important chemical messages save us.

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"ingalls" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ingalls" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Recede as long as the allies could bend and not break this attacks more than fifty thousand germans russian headfirst into a net or a meat grinder as patent eloquently put it the battle of the bulge and before that the battle of the fall as pocket which both were feared to be major reversals in end the allies momentum in fact with her greatest triumphs via lowering forward wedge of the german army through and then attacking from the sides the allies encircle the enemy completely from the rear the invincible penetrating thrust of the german panzers wasn't just impotent but suicidal a textbook example of why you never leave your flanks exposed more important it's a textbook example of the rule our own perceptions plan the success or failures of those who oppose us it's one thing to not be overwhelmed by obstacles or discourage or upset by them this is something that few are able to do but after you've controlled your emotions and you can see objectively in stand steadily the next step becomes possible a mental flip suto looking not at the obstacle but the opportunity within it as laura ingalls wilder put it there is good everything if only we look for it it we are so bad at looking we close our eyes to the gift imagine if you'd been an eisenhower shoes with an army race in towards you and you'd seen only impending defeat how much longer would the war of gone on how many more lives lost it's our preconceptions that are the problem they tell us that things should or need to be a certain way so when they're not we naturally assume we are at a disadvantage or that we'd be wasting our time to pursue alternate course when really it's all fair game and every situation is an opportunity for us to act let's take a circumstance we've all been in having a bad boss always see the hell always sees the fin bearing down on us we flinch but what if you regard it as an opportunity instead.

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"ingalls" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Happy Hour

"To me like when i think about the ipad so like my my tech life is like apple watch everywhere i go everywhere i go for the most part i mac in my office is like where do most of my work and then matt book is like around the house or if i travel a need computer with me than than mac book is at and i do have the nine point seven inch ipad pro with the smart keyboard but i never use it that way because to me like the the truest way to use them ipads like just the just the ipad and when i think about like i see marketing and stuff for that pro them like maybe i could use it as like a computer like a mac replacement if i use my smart keyboard but then i just think like you know the clam shell form factor of the twelve inch macbook in like its portability and it's it's perfect for me because it runs mac os and i'm just really you know it can stand up on its own screen the ingalls adjustable the keyboard can sit in your lap and doesn't like fold in the middle like us more keyboard would and and it's got a track pad and to me it's like the twelve inch map book it's like what i think about like when people and you can spend like twelve inch macbook level money on an ipad pro that's like point nine zero engines bigger but then you know to get you you can buy two hundred fifty six pico bite ipad pro ended smart keyboard i'm like you're spinning class you're ready yet if not the same.

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"ingalls" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ingalls" Discussed on Happy Hour

"To me like when i think about the ipad so like my my tech life is like apple watch everywhere i go everywhere i go for the most part i mac in my office is like where do most of my work and then matt book is like around the house or if i travel a need computer with me than than mac book is at and i do have the nine point seven inch ipad pro with the smart keyboard but i never use it that way because to me like the the truest way to use them ipads like just the just the ipad and when i think about like i see marketing and stuff for that pro them like maybe i could use it as like a computer like a mac replacement if i use my smart keyboard but then i just think like you know the clam shell form factor of the twelve inch macbook in like its portability and it's it's perfect for me because it runs mac os and i'm just really you know it can stand up on its own screen the ingalls adjustable the keyboard can sit in your lap and doesn't like fold in the middle like us more keyboard would and and it's got a track pad and to me it's like the twelve inch map book it's like what i think about like when people and you can spend like twelve inch macbook level money on an ipad pro that's like point nine zero engines bigger but then you know to get you you can buy two hundred fifty six pico bite ipad pro ended smart keyboard i'm like you're spinning class you're ready yet if not the same.

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