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"inst" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:26 min | 8 months ago

"inst" Discussed on KTRH

"The I. R. Now the latest news, weather and traffic from the gallery furniture made in America Studios. Good morning seven onto our time here on Houston's Morning news. I'm Jimmy Barrett, along with sheriff friar among her top stories. Fighting back against canceled culture and Ken Paxton wins on deportation. First we'll update you as well on what's going on in the Gulf. Also coming up, it's seven Wait, He's putting his foot down. No more skinny jeans. Details in the minutes ahead. You're on Houston's Morning news first, Let's check out your morning. Drive your sky my 16 north. It's getting loopy. Westbound. I've gotta drag from Irvington two North main, I'm Sky Mike in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour Traffic center. From our ktrh Top Tax defenders 24 Hour Weather Center for today Looking at thunderstorms, Primarily this afternoon, benign temperature right about 79 degrees tomorrow looks like a bit of a soaker. That's what they're saying. We'll check out the forecast in detail with Terry Smith in about eight minutes. Right now. 72 your officials. Severe weather station news radio 7 40 Ktrh. It's time for the news here, Sheriff Friar, seven Oh, three. Now on NewsRadio. 7 40 Ktrh, His new sponsor by the Lamarque Economic Development Corporation Top story this hour got an area in the western Gulf of Mexico being watched for tropical development this morning. As of now, the chances of tropical development on Lee about 20%. Not a tropical depression, Certainly not anywhere near tropical Storm. It's just associating with actually a low pressure system. That's a little bit off to the surface, and the showers and thunderstorms will with that are quite disorganized. Yeah, not a whole lot of rain, but maybe study rain. That's John Cangelosi with a national hurricane center Terry Smith of the Weather Channel's gonna have more on that in just a few minutes. Right here on ktrh is now 704. Group of conservatives that formed a grassroots effort of their own to fight cancel culture. Former Trump administration official Andy Syrup Sarebbe in senior advisor to the group called Unsightly Inst Majority, he says much of today's woke ISM is being fueled by your Leftist establishment media. They're the one that turned every little controversy into a front page story on CNN. They're the ones that write articles over comments someone may have made 10 years ago when they were college and then use it the pressure that.

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Solving the Pricing Problem with Stephen King

How I Built It

02:03 min | 9 months ago

Solving the Pricing Problem with Stephen King

"I want to bring in our guest today. His name is steven king. He is the president and ceo of growth force. And we're gonna be talking about solving the pricing problem today steven. How're you a great joke to be here awesome. Thanks so much for joining me. I've got to say right off the bat. I'm sure this is the first time you've ever heard this. But my wife saw stephen king on my calendar and She was like what it's like for the first time today. Definitely the first time today. Perfect awesome well. Thanks thanks so much for for joining us today. I'm really excited about this. Because i i've been Self employees that freelancing since high school and pricing has always been such a hard problem to solve. I think a lot of people kind of Under sell themselves probably. They're worried that they're gonna charge too much. And then they'll lose business and things like that but we're gonna get into all that and lots of cool stuff I have in our notes but first why don't you tell us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Short growth force where outsourced bookkeeping accounting controller service for companies that use quickbooks. That are worried about getting accurate data to make decisions. They're are frustrated because their financial statements are. They're not on time. They're not accurate not meaningful right. They're not actionable looking backwards. Not forward and and they're frustrated. They're they're upset because they work really hard. And they're not making enough profit and so growth for us donna. Cpa for thirty six years. We do all the traditional things you would expect the bulky things and accounting and a controller do that was different is we do management account. We're trying to help you make data driven decisions and be able to increase your prophets. That's why it's called growth. Force not stephen king. Cpa's we're inst- designed to be able to help you live that american

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Mercury Toxicity with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Mercury Toxicity with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"I'm so happy to be sharing the story of mercury with you and a personal story for me with my colleague and medical director on this very special episode of the doctors pharmacy called house call. And i'm gonna sit down with so many of my colleagues the ultra wellness center in lenox massachusetts and liz is just my number one dock. She's a medical director of the ultra wellness center. She teaches all over the world. She's in the faculty and super functional medicine. She's one of the best doctors. I know and we are going to talk about mercury. So welcome liz. Inst- mark it's great to be with you today so let's start with talking about. Why do you think this is just so ignored. Because every is such a prevalent problem and when we cast people at the ultra center we find so many people have not only high blood levels of mercury but high total body levels in fact we did a survey of the ten thousand tests and we done at some point in time and we looked at the number of people who had toxicity and it was forty percent of the people who came to wanna center had high levels of mercury that interfere with their biology. So why did he just ignored. And and what we have to do to properly discover whether mercury is an issue for somebody or not. I mean it's it's a great question. Mark you know Even the world health organization recognizes that mercury is one of the top ten chemicals a major public health concern. But i think that toxins in general interventional medicine are often overlooked and ignored because we we always are thinking about acute tax city in conventional medicine and so often were not thinking about the chronic lower levels of toxicity can have huge health effects as

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"inst" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"inst" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"inst" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

06:36 min | 10 months ago

"inst" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"In just for computers but you know overall how women are doing in stem. I check this morning for the latest them data that we have for two thousand dollars in twenty four last year. And you know it's it's kind of as i said sometimes it's fairly broad occupations but on the whole if you work in a stem field. It tends to be a little better. The ranges from you know the whole everybody working architecture and engineering The air they earn fifteen percent less than stirred of eighteen percent right. The wage gap is fifteen cents on the dollar and not eighteen cents. So it's already a little better. Civil engineering. seems to be doing very well there. The gap is only five percent Was quite surprised to see that. But then in the same at end i think mathematical computer and mathematical of overall. Just bang the same eighteen percent average that everybody faces bopped programming. Computers supports have a narrow away. So it's interesting when you talk to people about this you know when we we always do the kind of twenty large compati- for men and women and they're always a few fomento you air Like software engineers When the wage gap tends to be lower than overall and when you talk to tech companies they kind of say. Well we don't know it's because we're so forward-looking and we're just a little bit more modern who knows but it it is not so the fields the fields that are worse for equal. Pay where you have. The biggest gaps are the ones that are either in high finance. Oh in Way you sell things when you rely on commission rates so car salesman. Huge wage gap On wall street you tweet. Gaffe personal financial advisers the unused meaning. you know like thirty cents on the dollar or more rates so really. Big and medical doctors also bake wage gap but it and stem not so much so You know who who knows exactly why but that's good. Well it's interesting. But what comes to mind and i may be completely off on this. Is that in in computers and in engineering your Either you have the skills and you can do the drafting. You can do the programming. You can do the like either. You can do the steps or you. Can't it's kinda like either. You got the right answer in the math equation. You didn't but in some of these other fields first of all commissions. It's kind of a how you do your sales strategy right. But it's it's almost more subjective. I can see how the the weather you've met. Your expectations is a bit in the eye of the beholder. So there's much more room for by no not quite It's so the fiancee of commissions. Typically as fairly tightly regulated. So you know. If he's saying you sell this much you get permission than that's what you get there. The diffic- the problem is that you will not get access to paying clients if you like right so the to the best work. Opportunities is kind of very natural and goes through an old voice network. I see what you're saying. Okay and that happens. A lot in mandarin consulting firms to where they men. Women don't get access to the plum assignments that lead to promotions or with the top clients that lead to promotions and lead to the kinds of promotions. That make you a lot more money. So i see what you're saying is access to the opportunities to make more money too. That's interesting the national academy of sciences has done a lot of research on women in stem in academia. And i know you focused on women of color if in faculty that women of color faculty and staff as well i saw. I've seen some of that research. You did what did you find. And what policy and programmatic changes. Do you recommend to for women in stem in faculty to do better. Because they're really the numbers from what i recall seeing. We're just not great to put it gently. Yeah so i should say that. That work Has been done by colleagues of mine. Not not me personally When you and yes we we kind of. I think we can take it as given that Women of color are really underrepresented in an professorship positions in wherever you look and my colleagues at survey Through i think of Economists women and men of color and sociologists. And what you could find is sucked. It's you know it's things like access to resources how much you are. Integrated networks given that a lot of research now is team or team research As well as just the basics on bias in recruitment an excess to the kind of ten year panels and so on so it really goes from the kind of micro aggression And bias in recruiting and promotion to saying yes. We know it's. It's not just how much you paid. If you are an academic it means what are you give so that you can do more research And they not everybody but there are quite a lot of much higher proportion of women of color than men of color but also much higher proportion of women than men. Although some of the women said the.

"inst" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"inst" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We're watching the scoreboard. We're looking at matchups. We're looking at potential playoff matchups. You know where the Raiders end up, but they do make the playoffs And who's that team? They're gonna play. Um, you know, call me crazy. Chief might be the best best match up. The Raiders have if they get to the playoffs because they seem to understand how to beat that team, much like Tennessee this week against against the Browns, where they kind of just ran out of time that they had another couple of minutes in the game. They may have won. The Raiders had a couple extra minutes to many in that game against the Chiefs, and that's why they need the blues in that last game, But Um, I think I think the Ravens are going to go in and beat the Browns, and that's where it really starts to get interesting because in those last couple of weeks if you are looking at a bunch of 10 and six teams, and I think we touched on this last week If you're looking at 34 Report teams at the end of the year that our tenant six it's going to come down to tie breakers and If the Raiders do go 10 and six or even 11 and five they know if they could go either of those they're going to have a really good F C conference record and Having a tiebreaker with either Miami or Indianapolis, which they would have to have. If they do go 10 and six and already having a tiebreaker with the Browns is going to make a huge difference for them making the playoffs. It may come down to odd man out attendant 16 might not make the playoffs this year. So you talk about guys. I would love to play Cleveland in this game. I love the way they're playing on both sides of the football. They have a tremendous amount of mo mentum. They've turned their season around defensively and in a number of areas. But there's so much history and experience on the side of the Ravens. You look at the look at Cleveland's two games this year in which they were outplayed 38 to 7. They lose to Pittsburgh, who they have to face later in the season 38 to 6 to open the season. They lose at the at the Ravens. You got Harbaugh a necks! Piri Inst coach going up against us. The passkey who's done a great job, probably gonna win. Coach of the Year and Baltimore is basically you know, playing for their their lives here with so much competition for the wild card Cleveland, though they don't want to. They can afford the lost nine and four still going to get him in the playoffs unless they totally collapsed. But I don't expect I'd love to play Cleveland, but I have to respect the history and as a result, I'm not gonna play ball tomorrow because I think Cleveland can win this game. But I would really have liked to be able to play them. But for the history because Cleveland is playing right now, the way you like to see teams play, Let's see what they could do over the final few weeks of the season. All right, let me tell you this as far as Cleveland Pittsburgh before you start looking at Cleveland, Attendant six and even maybe, like Matt said, maybe 12 and four if they beat Baltimore. They then go to met Life two in a row. All right, so the Giants are playing good, solid football Right now. We'll see what happens with the G men this week. They then go back there and play the Jets, and they close with Pittsburgh at home. If they beat Baltimore. It's not out of the realm of possibility that Cleveland can win the A F C North. And the reason I say that is a Pittsburgh loses that Buffalo they have two losses. They go to Cincinnati. I'll give him a win there, but then they get Indianapolis who's going to be hungry to make the wild card? They get them, and then they close in Cleveland. So there is a chance right now that if Cleveland gets this win against Baltimore, we're not talking about them as a wild card. We're talking at that about them as potentially having a date with Pittsburgh on the last day of the season in Cleveland with an opportunity to beat the Steelers, and I know the track record against both Baltimore in Pittsburgh is not good, but this is a whacked year and I'm telling you right now. The game that we saw Cleveland play against the Raiders. That team scored six points. That's not the same team we're seeing now, with Nick Chubb and Hunt and these guys running the ball and may feel throwing the ball effortlessly down the field and Jarvis Landry Landry stepping up nicely and no pressure, trying to have to get the ball that Beckham Jr. I'm just saying, I know it looks like Baltimore and Pittsburgh. Because they have in the past own Cleveland that it'll happen again. But you never know. With Baltimore Beach. Yeah, that's why they used the term very loosely, often misuse it. Statement came. This is truly a statement game for Baltimore. Cleveland rather could end up resulting in two big win for them. Obviously, if they make that statement beat Baltimore, it gives them the confidence to do the same at the end of the season against Pittsburgh. This is truly a statement game that says Cleveland has arrived because a win here they're almost assured of being in the playoffs. And as you point out, can yeah, they would have a chance at winning the division, depending upon how Pittsburgh plays that's great, great, great stuff. Guys. Good. Good..

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House Judiciary Committee Releases Report on Trump Administration Family Separation Policy

Marketplace

01:21 min | 1 year ago

House Judiciary Committee Releases Report on Trump Administration Family Separation Policy

"Has broken its own corona virus. New case record in just a few days. Governor Mike DeWine, a Republican, says the state has another 3590 cases today, and he's pleading with Ojai inst to follow social distancing rules virus is raging. Throughout the state of Ohio. There's no place to hide. He says he wants to establish hopefully, defense teams to assess the virus has spread in different communities. An investigation by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee finds the Trump Administration's family separation policy of the U. S border proceeded despite administrative shortcomings in the early stages of the initiative. Beth verdict of member station WNYC reports The findings were lied on government documents. Democrats say the documents reveal reckless incompetence and intentional cruelty. They showed the administration developed its family separation policy in February of 2017 to deter migrants from crossing the border. A pilot program started in El Paso. But even though officials discovered they couldn't track all the separated parents and Children, they expanded the policy in May of 2018. Two months later, a federal judge ordered the administration to reunify the family's AH process filled with problems. This month, the administration acknowledged it hasn't been able to locate the parents of 545 Children for NPR news.

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"inst" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"inst" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"News alert. The big pit Chyna Lee Scylla, Sarah that an hour and a half away from President Trump accepting the renomination and night for the Republican National Convention. In his speech, the president will continue to push the narrative that Biden will be a puppet of the radical left in this extra quote at the Democratic Convention. You barely heard a word about their agenda, but that's not because they don't have one. It's because their agenda is the most extreme set of proposals ever put forward by a major party nominee. Boxes. John Roberts at the White House Socks, shoes ready. Does democracy. 2020 coverage of the Republican National Inst National Convention is now live, download the Fox News app. Click Listen to listen Live. The Illinois teenager arrested in connection with a shooting Tuesday night in Kenosha, Wisconsin. During protests over the shooting of a black band by police has been charged 17 year old co written house facing two counts of murder. One count of attempted murder and other charges. Governor Tony Evers condemn the shooting. I would hope that a person would be, uh, provide some corrective. Action on suggestions to him. The man shot by police Jacob Blake remains in the hospital. His family has that he may never walk again. The Department of Justice is investigating a possible civil rights violations. The New York Mets in Florida Marlins joining the protest by other major league teams over the shooting at first, pausing for 42 seconds. The number worn by Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in major league baseball, then draping of Black lives matter T shirt over home plate. Both teams then walked off the field, choosing to not play tonight's game. At least six people.

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"inst" Discussed on MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"inst" Discussed on MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

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Manifestation, What it is and What it is Not. How to Manifest by Tapping into the Flow of Universal Energy - burst 2

OG

19:04 min | 1 year ago

Manifestation, What it is and What it is Not. How to Manifest by Tapping into the Flow of Universal Energy - burst 2

"Hello and thank you for joining us. This is the truth about everything podcast and I. Am your host colleague. When we say the truth about everything. We're defining truth as those things that have the ability to enlighten us. THOSE TOPIX conversations experiences, whatever has the power to influence higher thinking to make room for change so hopefully this episode will enlighten you. I was influenced to do this episode on manifestation when I came across a video of a spiritual teacher, promising to teach students how to manifest whatever they wanted in twenty four hours or less. I felt the need to discuss what manifestation is and is not. How practical is it to believe in manifestation, which is the process of creating the life you live and experience as you encounter according to your beliefs. Now can be believed that thought. Energy has given us our wins in our losses in life. Are we in complete control of what our lives look like as manifestation suggest. And if so, how does that freedom to customize our own individual reality? Affect the order in balance of the ultimate reality that sustains us all. Is The universe subordinate to our wheel submissive to our every command and existing to serve the desires of the human mind. This is what we WANNA. Find Out. The mainstream understanding of manifestation tells us we can have what we want in life. Nothing is off limits. Through our beliefs, we can create the life of our dreams. The best of life in the worst of times experienced according to our own belief of what is and not possible. Manifestation. tells us that our deepest thoughts and beliefs are more than formless intangible brain activity confined to consciousness. Manifestation tells us that our deepest thoughts and beliefs are active forms of creative energy that we have some inst- to be materialized and experienced. Regardless, if beliefs are good or bad for us, they will manifest presenting themselves in our lives, according to the exact specifications of the believer. We should credit ourselves for the state of our lives independent ourselves to offer any unsatisfactory conditions. And this is the mainstream. Understanding of what manifestation is some spiritual teachers believe the universe submits to the creative power that is active within saw. The fastness of creation, and all that is within the divine Cornucopia is available to appease your every faithful thought. Regardless if that'd be a fear, hope, love, loneliness, wealth, poverty, sickness, or health, it doesn't matter if you believe in manifestation or not whatever we have enough audacity to call hours will be summons from the spiritual round inexperienced into physical without exception. Now the problem with this view of manifestation. Is that it ignores the need for universal order balancing purpose. Because the only thing that matters other desires of the human ego. So instead of the universe running according to one automate plan. It will be operating according to seven point five billion plans simultaneously. That's a plan from every man, woman and Child on. I believe in the power manifestation, but not according to the mainstream definition, which is identical to the Prosperity Gospel of Christianity. Because God is essentially enslaved by men, responding faithfully to every command generate about human. I believe the thoughts and ideas place. Faith in can be manifested, but only as they support the agenda of God. It's problematic to believe. Mankind has unlimited power to create a customized individual reality while negating the ultimate reality guide has established and maintains. Manifestation does not occur according to every fateful. Thought of the mind being made real manifestation happens according to every thought of man that aligns with the agenda of the ultimate reality. Universal Energy flows in a specific direction to maintain order and balance of the universe, plain and simple. So when our beliefs agree with that agenda. Manifestation occurs. If God allow stations that were in opposition of that universal flow, then reality as we know, it would cease to exist. We don't manifest by commanding God to adhere to our beliefs, benefiting our own 'cause now we manifest the discretion of God to that which is in accordance with the flow of universal energy that benefits all life. So tapping into what that means for. You will determine what you are able to manifest. So the focus should not be on thought energy, but awareness of the flow of universal energy moving in your life. Now imagine this with me for second. Think of the universe as a household and humanity as the children of that household. What keeps a household. Intact is a wise authority thority authority figure with an agenda for progression of the House hope. Without the authority figure, maintaining an agenda and ensuring order and directing the children to progression. The household would be complete chaos. Allowing the children to do whatever they wanted creating the reality they desired would be detrimental to the home. Negligent to both the children, the welfare of children and the agenda of authority figure. Resources will be wasted. Privileges would be abused. Mistakes with irreversible consequences would be made. In the household, the actions of one child would endanger them all with the home itself being subject to destruction. Think about this. What would it mean to accept manifestation as the power to have complete control over every aspect of your life? It would mean that you are in ultimate force. What would it mean to have sovereign of authority to customize your reality to your exact specifications? Ultimate power. And what would it mean to be the sustaining of a reality that is completely dependent on the choices you along make. It would mean you exist within and sustain your own awesome it reality. So the question is. Are you an ultimate force now? Slowdown before you answer. Let me. Remind you that an awesome it force requires it nothing to remain in ultimate power. Because of it had to depend on anything. Anything else any other object any other being any other situation, any law rule or guideline, it would cease to be awesome it and that thing that it depended on would be of greater power. Yet here we are. Human beings, humanity, mankind dependent on. Seconds and minutes, oxygen, water, sunlight, plants, and animals for food, words and language for communication and understanding. And purpose, meaning and enlightenment for spiritual wellbeing. Impossible for us to live a single moment without complete dependence on a multitude of factors. No Man is an automatic force. No woman exists in her own ultimate reality. We all have what can be called individual realities, which our lives, but our lives are empowered in limited according to the ultimate reality that makes the experience of life for all beings possible. Since. There is an awesome reality that all things rely on then preservation of that ultimate reality is the highest priority to itself and is vital to all life forms. What has determined to come into existence will always always override what we think. We have the power to freely manifest from thought faith in action. This keeps the universe balanced chaos from replacing order in mankind from directing the flow of universal energy in their favor. Creating our own lives that actually end up becoming meaningful contributions to the ultimate reality. What require insight into the immediate and future outcome of every possible experience, we encounter in our lifetime. Were would are manifestations. Awesome it, Lee lead us. What would it cause us to experience? What would it cause us to be hindered from experiencing new? We have to know one understand all of this to be able to make this work. Creating our own realities without this wisdom will call us seemingly positive things that we tried to manifest to be just as destructive as negative manifestations, because we have absolutely no idea what direction the things we want will lead us, will lead us will lead us away from purpose of our lives, the purpose of our lives the happiness. We want to find the success. We worked for the opportunities. We hope to take advantage of. We don't know. Therefore we need a higher power that is wise, and on knowing to distinguish between those manifestations that will empower us, and those that can automatically destroy us. Otherwise we would our end up eliminating ourselves according to our own desires. When manifestations are limited to the desires of individuals, they exclude the needs of humanity. and not necessarily through greed or selfishness of the individual, but through just. Sheer ignorance of what humanity actually needs to survive what each person needs to survive to thrive to have a meaningful life. A manifestation does come into your life without changing some things. How can we predict that change to know? What is a good and a bad manifestation? Intrinsic to every object of manifestation is change which makes room for the object manifestation to exist in a place that had not existed before. That place being both the life of the receiver of the manifestation and the world that that life is experienced. So, everyone's affected by our individual manifestations. Change will happen. LIKE RIPPLES IN A. Pond or a body of water. Whatever we put forth, it continues to spread and go out and an effect of things. Other courses of action in in the span of time, these manifestations aren't limited to ourselves aren't limited to our own, our own lives and experiences. A new car, our new relationship, a lump sum of money, relocating to a new city, a new home, or all guaranteed to come with the degree of unavoidable change. We have no control over the change that takes place I. Say what you manifest. Has Implications on more than just your life. It affects humanity as whole. Maybe, not today maybe not immediately, maybe not tomorrow. But ultimately. It does contribute to the ideas and experiences that steer humanity in a particular direction. So there must be a limit to the suffering that one can place on himself by his negative thoughts automatically manifest in his life. There must be limit to the possessions. One man or woman or group can accumulate in order to sustain balance. The truth is that we actually manifest according to the direction that universal energy flows in. That does not mean you can't manifest the life of your dreams. Of course you can, but the life of your dreams is that which is attached to your purpose. That purpose is your contribution to the agenda of the universe. A life outside of that which the ultimate reality has prepared for us is non existent. The time in history we were born our parents. The city were raised in the experiences that create our lives are all unique to each one of us. We have a dream life that matches that uniqueness place in history just for us to express ourselves a particular influence to leave with our friends and family a permanent mark to leave on the world. We are more worried than we think we are. We are spiritual vessels of divine energy as our true selves. We are expressions of God manifested where we stand. Yet, we are still small wonders when compared to God. Can a cup of water? Compared to an ocean, no. or at the rays of the sunlight, compare to the power of the Sun. We can only exercise power in a manner of expressions of God. and not as gods ourselves, we are eternally in submission to the greater power the ultimate reality. The awesome reality makes manifestations possible because this is where the manifestations come from. How can I take for myself? And according to my own agenda. What is hailed by a higher power without permission from that higher power? We can't say manifestation enables us to be We can't say manifestation enables us to have anything and everything we want. Because it makes God a servant to the mind of mankind. Giving manpower over the course of events that determine awesome it reality. Manifestation does not occur according to every fateful. Thought of the mind being made real. No manifestation happens according to every thought of man that aligns with the agenda of the ultimate reality. Universal Energy flows in a specific direction to maintain order and balance of the universe. When our beliefs agree with that agenda, manifestation occurs. Because of God allow manifestations were in opposition of that universal flow reality as we know, it would cease to exist. So, we don't manifest. By commanding, Gods were here to our beliefs. Benefiting our own 'cause. Now we manifest at the discretion of guide, according to what follows the flow of universal energy so tapping into what that means for you. Would determine what you are and are not able to manifest. So the focus should not be on thought energy. But the awareness of the agenda of God. In the flow of universal energy moving in your life.

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A houseplant tour with Mercy Morris

On The Ledge

08:47 min | 1 year ago

A houseplant tour with Mercy Morris

"Let's officially start by saying hello mercy. Moore's we're here in your front room back room. I didn't know how you describe this room. And I'm the first I mean you haven't had a toy yet your N. G. S. opening of Your House plunk collection so I guess I'm honored to be getting the experience of coming on this tour. I think this is really special. Ngs's agreed to have this as an open house tour which is by arrangement. Only did you able did. How did it come about well? I met one of the local guys last year when I was selling. Houseplants at somebody else's opened and he just said to me in passing wanted has plants and initially though stupid idea and then the idea kept going round round in my head and I actually know that would be really fun. It would be really good for house plants with Nick because people then they'd be almost as important as Garden People Heaven Full Fan. Yeah the case. Yeah so I got them round and they did. They did say I was mad. They didn't say couldn't do it so he we on here. We are and you have a wonderful collection. We've just heard today that you've you've been awarded. The status of National Collection of clarified. Some cultivars tomato cultivars. Hey fantastic you have to have your teeth into say we? Can we get to see as we go round some of your collection which we can talk about fervor? There's loads of big leaves in here. We start with some of these big leaves how I take you to the beginning of the whole thing. Yes you cut. That is a beautiful Swiss cheese. Plunk just say that is a really nice specimen. This is Austin Austin Morris. And he was the first house plant that I had that lived. My mother was deeply into plants and she spent most of my childhood trying to get me into plants as well. Roy didn't work and as a student on why the student I had lost plants that are killed and this was the first one that actually lived so he is the the three years old this year while spence is that Short because I've continually are taken out the pro tournament cartoons and shrink against East. He's nice and short. He's very compact isn't he? And I think that is a really good tip because lots of people get to the stage with Swiss Cheese. Plumber does get out of hand and they kind of very much. Fear doing that hatbox. But you're not really shows that that works brilliantly because it's go beautiful fantasy leaders come which mature leaves. But he's a reasonable size. I'm taking a leaf out of your book. Literally with my own monster is when they get to that stage because that is the way to do it. I love the way you got the black label lesser. Ns Nineteen eighty-seven bats tasked with me many many times. Sometimes of taking on the train last time it moved has had to get French petunias carcass. It's quite heavy. I can imagine it's a bit of a job to report is a fantastic looking plot and Yeah you've you've you've kept looking in great shape and it's very very healthy and I'm sure there's always somebody looking for cutting. Yes yes so you got one. That was yes. That's the scruffy. One from last lauper is due to be done in about eight pro. People want to see it in its full glory. They need to come in okay. Okay and so people can couldn't contact you to make an appointment to come and see your collection here in Hun Hun Bay in Kent of Forget. Murray off for a minute How how busy you expecting to be with this tour? Is it going to be literally going to wait and see? Yeah I would have thought was the first house plant offering from the NGOs that would be an attractive option for people but I guess time will tell exactly I think a lot of the established. Ngs Garden visitors so used to visiting herbaceous borders and shrubberies and so on the there will be a bit hesitant about it. Perhaps but I'm hoping also that bring people who've never been to an end. Gs gardening before perhaps a younger crowd who are into house. Plants on rather than than hanging gardens year savvy unless just turned to this one for stepladder with your some of your floor fights Komo SOM plants on it. Let's waste display plants. I'm always looking. I find those wooden stay. I'm always looking for him. Outside junk shops. It's one of those things to kind of serendipity has to be in place OPA you have to go to your Grandad's garage to for that. Was she unlock all of the ones? I've seen have been about thirty to sixty pounds. I've found that one for a five. Oh good good boy. Good and you've got lots of calm. Glorified Komo some. How many cultivars are there in your national collection? It is about seventeen or eighteen but that may reduce as I find some of them are identical plants but with separate cultivar nine. Roy and what made you choose clarified? Some commotion Cultivars as a subject for national question because it's not too massive and not to. Yes we want to do is quite compact collection so you can have it in a small. How also I think they're so under appreciated as house plants. They are really long suffering. They're the easiest thing in the world to propagate they just propagate themselves while you sit there and do nothing and I think the world really needs to Stephen for the beauties that they are. What's your favorite Cultivar? Ooh That's my but you know why ins oh lovely. She's actually perseus tat. It's more Lime Green and stripes. That's really nice. They set on Powell as well. So that's what you're what some nice one and how easy found pick these up. I mean we always white losses being you know very common but some of these cultivars harder to get. Yes some of them. I've had to get from another collected. This Very Generous Gentleman Joan circuit. Let me have some of the. The grayer cultivars that he's had in his collection years apart from that. The usual thinks nuking around on Ebay. Yes Oh the joy of joys of the Internet for looking for plants that is a great and we turn and look and we've got another enormously plant on the other side and beautiful. Is that one or two fatally figs. Tell me about this. I don't I'm not even sure I can identify. What kind of our dotty inst- that's a philodendron. It's got the the non well. It's an rotating now philodendron green beauty. Which really doesn't tell you. Anything of large Ingraham. I haven't been able to track which species it comes from is it just appeared on market relatively recently beautiful and one of my friends said my see how to have this so I had thought is how it goes. Isn't it is now exactly how it goes on. You've got these two lovely fiddly figs. I mean on often disappointed by fixed. Don't tend to grow very well. You'll look lovely in healthy. Are they challenging to look after or do you find the most again those are in late? Twenty s awhile. So you were in the fiddle I o before our everyone does find them in a florist in Eastbourne when I was leaving and again with those I chop them down because otherwise they they just go. Straight up. Like a skyrocket a night either fool. I wrote hit the ceiling so I chopped them one on the right hand with the smaller. Lisa's chopped last year. The one that's recovered was chopped the year before and you can do cuttings of them relatively easily as well. Yup well the the you have a one fleet leafy living. We've also got more shells with more plants on them. Some little baby spider plants. I can see and some. Is that some Premier Li ads there or some kind. Of course he ever media earth style. They're all out. That's propagating moment. Look at they are in Little Koya. Oh yes Paul Fox. I find them really difficult to route because they they tend to live ever without route. That's about two years to be right to die. That's that's another sponge plant that came from weasley strike which is a pretty one

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Kansas woman convicted of beheading ex-boyfriend's mother with steak knives

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Kansas woman convicted of beheading ex-boyfriend's mother with steak knives

"A Kansas woman was convicted Thursday of beheading her ex boyfriend's mother and then leaving the severed head in a kitchen sink. Thank according to media reports. Rachel Hilliard of Wichita cut off the head of sixty three year old. Mickey Davis with two steak knives on April ninth. Two thousand thousand seventeen hilliard. Who is thirty? Eight attack Davis without provocation. According to Sedgwick County District Attorney. Mark Bennett and Davis went to Hilliard's words home with her nine year. Old Grandson to collect his things that Hilliard's insistence for her own reasons. Rachel Hilliard had had it with Mickey Bennett said Hilliard. Who was treated at a state psychiatric hospital before she was declared competent for trial said she was discussing a painting with Davis when she lost her temper? Prosecutors said Davis's grandson told police. That hilliard jumped on the elder woman. And beat her with. No warning. Bennett said Hilliard. Used a second knife life after the blade of the first one broke Davis was found in the garage and her severed head in the kitchen sink. According to prosecutors hilliard is expected to be sentenced inst- On march twenty seven

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Supreme Court greenlights "public charge" immigration rule

Tony Katz and the Morning News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court greenlights "public charge" immigration rule

"The president had a very big win at the Supreme Court what he was allowed in a five four decision was something called the public charge rule it strikes down in junction from a New York judge and the rule allows the federal government to deny green cards to immigrants who receive public inst public assistance and are therefore considered a public charge you heard the president discussing as we said they've you come here you have to be able to afford it you have to be able to support yourself as opposed to just getting on to systems of assistance well the Supreme Court is now said yeah he can do that what they've really done I Neil Gorsuch specifically has said to these lower courts who are you with these insane injunctions that go nationwide what happened with you dealing with the subject in front of you in light of all that's come before right justice Gorsuch it would be the loser of the thing that one stay suffices to remedy the problem the real problem here is the increasingly common practice of trial courts ordering relief that transcends the cases before them with a frame isn't junctions of nationwide universal cosmic scope these orders shame the basic share the same basic flaw they direct how the defendant must act toward persons were not parties to the case Neil Gorsuch is making the argument I'm not making the argument making the statement clear as day that these activist judges are problem and they are a problem they're not good enough time they're not moral and judges who think that they are above it all it should be able to dictate to the rest of us when we a lack the president should be removed from the bench the only court described by the constitution of the United States is the Supreme Court that is it every other court and by the US Supreme Court is article three just letting you know how they saw the balance of power article one is the legislative are the two is the executive that three is the judicial the only court that exists in in the constitution is the Supreme Court lower courts are stab us by Congress and the Congress can establish a court Congress can take away a court and so they should something I've argued for a while he continued did just as gorgeous that equitable remedies like remedies in general are meant to redress the injuries sustained by particular plaintiff in a particular lawsuit when a District Court orders the government not to enforce will get the plaintiffs in the case before the court redress is the injury that gives rise to the jurisdiction in the first place right meeting that's appropriate one of court goes further than that ordering the government to take or not take some action with respect to those were strangers to the suit it is hard to see how the court could still be acting the judicial role resolving cases and controversies injunctions alike lease that's raise serious questions about the scope of courts at Google powers under article three it's absolutely

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"inst" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"inst" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Accordingly so okay all the all of the money goes through our broker dealer and then it gets paid out to us accordingly and that's a good point you know we're for do sherry's we are we have guidelines not just guidelines we have rules we follow that we can market what we get what we have under harbor investments and clear step financial so everything goes through a broker dealer our compliance and that's how were regulated as well but we are we have the fiduciary license to be able to make sure we're always doing the right thing for clients right which is always good to remind people to if you're going away to somebody else is paying them maybe they're only working in the best insurance inst interest of that company verses in me as the person and is like no that's not the case right and we're not as active right we are not captive to any company we can market just about anything out there so we truly can market the best of the best vehicle for the for the right person and I like talking about a diversification is very you know sitting there going okay we made the first steps we have some investments going on and then I think the initial feeling is hi I'm relieved set it and forget it so now you're saying okay after a little while it's okay to go and talk to your your representatives and have him start helping you go where's the best place to be set up all of these but right right there might be some ways that it may be a little better action out there that we can talk to them about and I'm sure that things change like I just got a couple of different emails from some of my investment options that we're talking about well should you be concerned there's a couple of changes in the tax code that you should know about it's not a big deal here's some other things used to be able to duck this can't anymore and you know and that's one of the things are gonna talk about now is having different tax buckets and again we're not tax advisors so it's good to have a CPA have a tax person have an accountant but we we have a number from that work with us as well so if that's something people need we can help kind of bridge that gap but from a tax standpoint with your investments there are three different tax bracket okay and the first one is keeping like your liquid money or short term in your mid term money you want to keep it a liquid did you want it's going to be taxed every year that's called ten nine we call that ten ninety nine where you get a ten ninety nine on it long term capital gain short term capital gains and capital appreciation that you would receive on that can you get that right from the fund company they they issue the ten ninety nine those are important to keep liquid so you will get a ten ninety nine on that there are vehicles off their they'll that are more tax favorable okay that some you don't pay federal taxes on the earnings on a year to year basis so we do have some programs out there that are more tax favorable but look what money you do want to keep liquid and you will get a ten ninety nine okay that's what a mid term cone is when we're talking about right I can in between bucket and also short term because those are fully liquid in those fall into that category so it can be good in most cases we have to talk generally right friends people it can be good to have money in all these different tax brackets because again we're talking diversification there is there can be good you know good reasons to have all these different tax brackets have money text in these different ways right and the next the next is tax deferred tax deferred would be like the four oh one K. IRA where you're getting that tax break going then you don't pay taxes going in right to come off of your gross income but then fifty nine and a half or older you're gonna pay taxes okay and so that's why were you know I don't wanna be real you so is that back to when you start to saw talking about whether we want to have something that's more on the tax advantage side like pay the taxes now because I know what the taxes are now right well that would be the next tax bracket okay because tax deferred means you're not paying taxes today and you're choosing to pay them later but we don't know what taxes are going to be later right so there can be still good reason to do it now sometimes people's earnings might be quite a bit higher now than they might be in their retirement years and sometimes too it's the you know there's different reasons why people would want the deduction now right so that's one that's tax deferred and so having for for the majority of people they have the majority of their assets in this bucket because that's for four oh one K.'s are and for most people that's their biggest retirement asset or maybe it became an irate because they rolled it over you know speaking of which people lot of times we talk to people and they have sold for one case out there that they haven't done anything with row that's another reason if you have that should situation reach out to us we can help you look at that and trying to get those in order sometimes people have multiple ones right just because they you know life right because life yes so they're sitting there once while you get something in the mail you're like a look at it right and no one's watching those they're really not being monitored on a daily basis so we have the ability to offer any even if even if you've moved that into your new four oh one K. almost every circumstance you can move that same money out and that you still have flexibility with okay so sometimes it can be good if you've moved it and sometimes you may want to look at other options right and then there are the Roth IRA is the third one even people that don't qualify for a Roth contribution let's say they make more than the income allowed yeah right so lets a husband and wife there over two hundred thousand or maybe single is is well over a hundred thousand if you have a single person in the camp to a rock you can actually do a back door Roth remember that okay so it means that you put in you put money in an IRA you don't take the deduction in you immediately that same day converted taraf so there are options out there and there's also options inside your four one K. a lot of our plans are having tabs okay a lot more plans have for one K. Ross options that's another thing that we look at for people is how much would it maybe make sense to do out of your contributions into a Roth four oh one K. if that's part of your options within your plan it's just been so difficult for me as someone who came from working at you know at a corporate job to being an independent contractor even remember the terminology has changed I myself like to stop calling it my four oh one K. I don't have a four I work for me so there's other alphabet soup letters that I call my investment thing yeah so do you like hell technical I call my part of it is that as you guys said life happens at trying to keep track of even just okay should I switch this and that's what it is it okay where it was or how quick do I need to move it am I am I going to get penalized because I moved fast enough and ranges again knowing which things I shouldn't panic about as far as the taxes go and I'm sure we'll cover that again as we move into the new year when we actually get to the point where a lot of people are filing their taxes you great a great job last year ladies you did great job bringing in somebody that actually tell us about what we should be concerned about any changes in the tax code well I love I presume we're gonna do that again coming up in the new year specials we work with right on the tax people so when you work with us we do like to work as a group yes different professionals out there yep so the next form of diversifying so we talked about time frame diversifying to a different time frame buckets we talked about different tax buckets the next wave diversifying is with different asset classes okay right and there's all different asset classes you have the bonds right and then you have equities to make it simple okay SO two different asset classes okay and actually a third to be alternatives alternatives is like real estate of things that don't correlate with the market so really three different asset classes okay and sometimes and it depends on where a person sat there risk tolerance as to how much they use so if you just go with bonds are corporate bonds there's many bands there's a government bonds is all different types of bonds right there okay go into the equity is which is there is there's a lot of index funds like S. and P. five hundred like your vanguard that's a big one confines has a lot of them were you have the car now because I do here like that's one of those things and when I the tail end of the news there the tail you know that's one of the last things they sit there and they show you the amazing thing of like the bell ringing in the stock market and things closing in S. and P. yeah here that but I have no idea what that is how does that affect me as an investor use index funds to compare against other fun okay thank you you've got certain mutual funds out there that might be a girl find what they might compare that with the S. and P. five hundred index okay right so they use it for comparison people can also invest in those there are some very good ones out there the the the downside of that is that they're not being monitored or watch okay so you don't have that downside protection in them but there's there are some very good options out there okay and then we talk about bonds what's the difference with those saw those so bonds are very just okay just like equities are varied and bonds so a person can go and invest in a government bond I remember a bond is where you don't have the ownership equity you have ownership in the different funds through mutual funds are three stocks reggae own where as bond your lending money it's all it's a lending so you're lending to the government your lending to corporate bonds are your lending to municipalities through municipal bonds Carl is that the same thing like I remember that my mom my grandma would go and buy me a thing like a savings bond is that right okay right mills you lend money to the government right okay sayings bonds after a certain amount of time they're doing but they okay right they they accrue interest okay right away right wet weather it some are two percent summer three summer for some of the older ones are a little higher but once they come do you have to watch out because they do not accrue interest after that in there and he said that there okay so you have here have a seat.

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Exploring the Limits of What BERT Can Do

Data Skeptic

07:14 min | 2 years ago

Exploring the Limits of What BERT Can Do

"My name's Tim Niven. I'm I'm a PhD student at National University here in Tainan Taiwan. My background is actually philosophy did some graduate studies in in philosophy of science and medics and a little bit of logic in New Zealand where I'm from. I became interested in machine learning quite a bit later later in life and decided to shoot graduate studies here where I happen to live in Taiwan. Obviously it's a natural extension from philosophy into machine learning to do something like argumentation mining and associated associated natural language processing base. I suspect listeners will have some of the the general ideas but not necessarily be familiar with a specific things like the augmented reasoning comprehension task. Could you describe maybe that specific problem or talk generally really about that class of problems so the argument reasoning convention task is concerned with what called imprint you'll licenses so if a human's we'll here an argument for example the conclusion you should take an umbrella for the reason it's raining. We know that that forms an argument because we have something that licenses that infants and for us it could be for example that we know it's it's bad to get wet. That's kind of a difficult problem for computers because they don't have any of this background grand knowledge. They don't know that it's bad to get wet in argumentation minding. If you want to do this kind of reasoning you need to discover these warrants and then you also need to reason with the argumentation tation reasoning comprehension task will put that discovering Lawrence problem on hold which is a very significant one that put that on hold and just focus on reasoning with with given an argument acclaiming the reason and candidate in French license weren't. I think it's fair to say that's a really high level task. Is that correct or do. You have a more articulate way of describing it. That's exactly our describe it. It's very high level so not only do you need to do this. Reasoning and it's informal logic pick not formal logic so doesn't really permit of clean logical distillation we have informal logic and we also have a lot of extra world knowledge so the example in the the paper the claim is Google is not a harmful monopoly. The reason is people can choose not to use Google and the offered warrant is not auto search engines redirect Google so if you just take that example you need to know how the concept of monopoly relates to web directs in in the context of such engines which is pretty pretty high level. Do you have a sense of how historically people have approached these types of problems when trying to do the Algorithm rhythmically actually the argumentation reasoning comprehension task came out in the era of declining popularity as far as I'm aware an approach other than a deep the planning approach hasn't been tried yet for argumentation mining generally previous approaches relied on custom features that were reasonable given the surface features as of argumentative texts for example discourse Marcus take therefore or because if you look at argument of text you'll find that the discourse career four is a very reliable indicator of a relationship between premise and the client so the other argument could be. It's raining therefore you should and take an umbrella. That's very clear how what the relationship when we have those kinds of discourse markets but of course those discourse. Mike is Always prison which raises the question question of how far you can really go with just surface features without really understanding the meaning behind the language and maybe some more pragmatic things about who the people blah what the communication goals are and so forth so essentially a really complicated problem which is relevant to our discussion about deep learning because is it still a question of just how deep beyond the surface features deep learning is getting and that's kind of something that our research touches on with you know doesn't seem him that but has gotten very deep beyond very shallow surface statistics so when I look at a problem like that it seems like symbolic approach would be one that might have a lot of benefits or maybe something basin but definitely something that has more of a model two it in contrast to allow the deep learning learning techniques like Bert which are very black box. You know we. We don't really have a theoretical basis behind them per se. It seems like there's almost like a clever leap here to to think to apply burt to a problem like this. What led you to that idea. I think it's when you start to learn about neural networks. It's hard to really they know what they can and what they cannot do just for the reason you mentioned so. I know some people that would for example hold the belief that train but on lots lots and lots of naturally occurring text and it will learn world knowledge heard people made the claim even make it last week at ACL I don't hold that view but I think it's still interesting to try and apply these cutting edge techniques to problems even if they they seem the same unlikely to succeed to just to see how they do yeah. I mean obviously doing really amazing things in a lot of cases. I guess I'm a little curious given in your comments you know. Is there a sort of a nature nurture here or maybe we should call it. A native is in versus empiricism. The empiricism versus native ISM. Some debate in artificial intelligence is one that she probably get a bit more attention in my opinion. There is one popular argument Juda People like Yum Kun and which could be described as an argument from engineering success and hopefully I'm not going to present a straw man of disarmament since have been using deep learning and our approach is being to try and learn as much as possible and to put in as little as possible at a prior knowledge or inductive biases the end the Clinton famously said inductive biases a necessary evil. Although I'm still not convinced of why it's evil about it is true that in doing so we have seen better and better performance on our in distribution tests which is to say that test sets that come from the same distribution as the training set and even even though we don't understand deep learning sufficiently so the argument goes these successes are a strong reason to believe that we're going in the right direction that the right direction is to you put US little prior knowledge into out models as possible to learn as much as possible from the data or as someone put it to me the other day it can be learned it should be land so there's a lot that can be said about the sacrament but restricting to our work in conjunction with a lot more and a lot better work previous work from other researchers on this problem of muddle solving data sets and letting other spirit statistics in so far as this is happening it obviously undermines inst-. The engineering success argument because the success isn't the kind of success we really want to succeed in exploiting these spurious statistics and data sets and giving us brutal solutions that generalize

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NFL Week 2 Monday Night Football

Bet The Board

05:00 min | 2 years ago

NFL Week 2 Monday Night Football

"I thought Mason Rudolph all good it from what I saw just looking at the numbers this morning in the first half half with primarily big Ben I know he departed at about the two or three minute mark of the second quarter or with a two or three two or three minutes remaining in the second quarter rather but you look at the first first half steelers four point three yards per play forty two percent success rate with Big Ben in the second half five point nine yards per play fifty two percent success rate with Mason Rudolph off. He looked pretty capable. There's a reason they moved dobbs so I think you know things. Look a little better for the steelers offensively. The problem album is Mike. Tomlin's defense fell apart in the second half gave up eight point eight yards per play in the second half once. Big Ben goes out right. It's on you Mike Tomlin. It's on your defense inst- to step up and shoulder that increased load instead they regressed right in the eight point eight yards per place in the second half doesn't include the the monstrous pass interference appearance. Call there on edmunds for additional thirty eight yards so steelers. This is kind of the fear we had. We kind of just assumed roomed. It said Hey lady on bell didn't play all of last year no Biggie they seem to make up for that but all of the losses on offense Mike check the offensive line coach. Now you're dealing with James Caan as well left with a knee injury. We'll talk to Dr Trial about that. One see what he says now. You're on the road traveling across the country face San Francisco. It's going to be interesting to see. It sounds like you'll be Mason Rudolph under center yeah very very interesting to see how some of these things kind of play themselves goes out and you always wonder how these teams rebound with some key faces that may or may not be there and of course the steelers staring down the barrel of that Owen to start. We'll see if they can get things corrected as you alluded to their trip on the road to San Francisco but as is the right of oddsmakers and better like you typically see overreactions in week two by the time you get to week three or starting to get a better sense of who some of these teams are and identify how these numbers need to be set figuring out for some of those situational edges so when we look at the look ahead lines for next week pay not a ton of overreaction in the market by any stretch you do have the packers on a look ahead number go for six and a half point favorite now to more than a touchdown touchdown chalk against the Denver Broncos who have to wipe themselves up off the deck knowing they let a glorious opportunity against Chicago bears. Get away from spot on Denver had their heart's ripped out. There obviously not going to have their early season altitude advantage here like they had a week ago. There's whispers within the locker room not all the players. Here's Love Vic Fangio's old school coaching style. If you start doing oh or you win a game like that and you're one and one suddenly players let that slide by but when you're in two you now you're an eight point underdog on the road. Let's see if they can overcome that once. Leflore script were off though for Green Bay and the Vikings woke up the packers offense was back to sucking again and you look into doubt just on the day four point nine yards per play for for the green offense the final three quarters the packers offense averaged three point two yards per play a forty percent success rate and Rogers had zero explosive passes fastest final three quarters so still some things to figure out offensively. They're for Green Bay came out with their hair on fire much much Dr Chagrin but that was kind of after the first quarter the the pace and the output we we kind of handicapped and projected there for the Green Green Bay offense yeah and they even gave were gifted at touchdown for the Minnesota Vikings when they turn the ball over to take that fourteen nothing lead out to twenty one but we're not gonNA cry over spilled. Milk will continue to look get some of the numbers for next week to massive point spreads. That'll remind you a lot more of college football than they will the national football league. I couldn't even tell you in an historical context when you're GONNA see two favorites favorites of this big magnitude pain look ahead number for the patriots thirteen points. Now I know Sam Darnold of course was factored into this look ahead number with him. Being out regardless of how the jets perform tonight against the Cleveland browns you're looking at the pats a seventeen and a half point favorite yes differing numbers on the look ahead. One shop had the look at as low as ten. They actually produced that before the Sam Darnold News obviously so you have patriots than Bennett. They've outscored their opponents now. Seventy seventy six to three you know Antonio Brown is a go. It looks like a real factor and it's not just Sam Darnold. That's going to be down again right. There's other guys that have some injury question question marks for the jets interesting see where this number goes right. I think there's going to be a lot of movement. Obviously it's not open everywhere right now but you know trevor sending in the jets pull off off an upset tonight or if they get blown out this number is going to head in different directions right. I think if the jets get blown out you're probably looking at closer to twenty if they somehow pull off the upset victory probably turning back down towards two touchdowns.

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"inst" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"inst" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"All right marital conflict. Gary collins says these are all the things that people fight over you can go through and see what's your list of fights. It's other undermining influences business. Role confusion fusion. Anthony talked about was role. Confusion happens a lot. It's easy in flexibility different religious views at a friend who was a pastor astor. He left being a baptist became a presbyterian. Her parents convinced the wife's parents convinced inst- convinced her that he had joined a cult and she divorced him so you presbyterians baptist. I'll just i was dumbfounded. I was like he couldn't he says now value differences conflicting needs personality differences debt. Money issues boredom weakening emotional bond. I will say that this is another thing that we don't tend to think about we. We take those marital vows for richer for poorer in good times and bad times. This says the jolts to marriage. These are the bad times unexpected medical prices sudden deaths infidelity natural disasters deep disappointment financial career collapse rainy other crisis. Throw a family into turmoil severely shaved the stability of even the best of marriages time here almost was done. I was <hes> i pastor it of. I mentioned this past when i bring it up again. There was this couple of church. I had three sons and i got a phone call on this particular day and and found out the oldest and youngest son had drowned and ended up preaching the funerals probably the the first funeral i appreciate the church and it was these two boys that died and i told my wife i said i give them. Six months and they're divorced story. Just collapsed mitch albom blame the other for the death of their sons and they split apart part mentally were divorced. That's how quickly you know. A shaky marriage conflicts occurs in almost every area of marriage sin available. If you're married long enough you need to have a plan to deal with these issues. One of the reasons communication is so important in marriages is that you talk about things before what they happen kind of plan for you plan out your finances a lot of times. You know you plan out. You know things. Would your children but there are certain areas that we just can't leave blank. This outline kinda helps you do that in the development that according to way amac one way to avoid conflict in the marital relationship is sorting out responsibilities. What are the responsibilities and roles of the husband may be never discuss that where the roles and responsibilities of the wife what are you going to do. You know financially. What what is she going to do. Financially you know a lot of times times is i'm gonna make the money and i'm going to spend it right you know. Are you expect her to clean the house all by herself. All the time you know you're the one dirty in the house and and she's the one. I mean all these things. There needs to be some sort of sitting down and going through this a lot of times again. It goes back. Conflict resolution has to do do with the failure to communicate there are three sets of scripture passages. Matthew seven divided divided up and then ma in james four and we don't talk about these in the context of marriage a lot of times with matthew seven one through five the the judge not passage. Do we really think about these passages before we get into an argument with our life or before you get an argument with your husband and your are you getting ready to jump on them about something that they have done and you don't even see what and yeah your own was going on. And what does it say to pray that god shows as you the log heroi before you start pointing out there spec this was a difficult one. Matthew seven seven through nine nine have never put this in in a marital context. I thought this was kind of interesting asking it will be given to you seek and you'll find knock and it will be open you for everyone who asks receives and those one seeks fines to the one who knocks it will be open which one of you is his son. Ask for a bread will give him a song. How is this in conflict conflict resolution. What is the answer to what is going on here. How do we sort through. Ask god to give you wisdom wisdom in dealing with the previous verse to deal with your hypocrisy to sort out what is wrong with us first before we start pointing out was wrong with our spouse god. What is the spec in my i. What is the log in my what oh having my heart. That's not right in my marriage and this is interesting james four the talks about fights and quarrels notice what he brings up you do not have because you do not ask you do not ask because you do not see expended it on your own passions in other words most quarrels and fights or about you not about the other person you ever thought aww that you're mad because jerry needs not being met. You're mad because they're not doing something for you versus. What are you not doing for them andrew's point earlier. You're mad because you don't submit well. Maybe it's because you're not loving them in the way okay that god commanded you to love them and that's why god needs to tell you when you talk to him about that. As couples read through processes passes they should be able to gain a better understanding of why people they themselves call and find the consequences of a so what needs to be done to restrain overcome strife six greek principles listening to your spouse setting time to talk defining the problems uh-huh from both points of view defining the areas of agreement and disagreement says when identifying each person's contribution solution to the problem then stating positively what behaviors on each person's part would prove or probably help or the most important things that each person do is ask god god to search to see if there's any sand that should be confessed before entering a discussion that may lead to conflict between the husband and the wife i close all goes back to genesis therefore man shall leave his wife and his mother hold fast to his wife no longer two but one what what therefore god has joined together. Let no one separate and then he goes to moses command wanted to have a steady divorce and send her away he said them because of the hardness of your heart moses allow divorce and i say to you whoever divorces his wife except for sexual immorality and marries another commits adultery now. I'm a hard liner on this passage. I don't like this translation. Uh in the greek. I believe rightly that instead of accept it should be even in the case aw i don't believe jesus gives an out. There were two main <hes> pharisees that argued different points and that's why they were challenging challenging. All one said you divorce your wife or anything. The other one says you could only divorce some for sexual immorality and i don't think jesus was siding riding with the pharisee i think he was siding with what scripture standard is there is no exception for divorce except for what paul gives at believe in the new testament <hes> writings where he talks about abandonment which is my theory of why he talks about the spouse leaving which is what andrew. We're talking about yesterday now. I'm hard-liner on this. <hes> you can take what i mean but the follow up passages which i left off here is the apostle apostle saying if this is true it is better not to marry in other words if you can't get out of it and you better not mary. I think that's the context this.

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"inst" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"inst" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"All right marital conflict. Gary collins says these are all the things that people fight over you can go through and see what's your list of fights. It's other undermining influences business. Role confusion fusion. Anthony talked about was role. Confusion happens a lot. It's easy in flexibility different religious views at a friend who was a pastor astor. He left being a baptist became a presbyterian. Her parents convinced the wife's parents convinced inst- convinced her that he had joined a cult and she divorced him so you presbyterians baptist. I'll just i was dumbfounded. I was like he couldn't he says now value differences conflicting needs personality differences debt. Money issues boredom weakening emotional bond. I will say that this is another thing that we don't tend to think about we. We take those marital vows for richer for poorer in good times and bad times. This says the jolts to marriage. These are the bad times unexpected medical prices sudden deaths infidelity natural disasters deep disappointment financial career collapse rainy other crisis. Throw a family into turmoil severely shaved the stability of even the best of marriages time here almost was done. I was <hes> i pastor it of. I mentioned this past when i bring it up again. There was this couple of church. I had three sons and i got a phone call on this particular day and and found out the oldest and youngest son had drowned and ended up preaching the funerals probably the the first funeral i appreciate the church and it was these two boys that died and i told my wife i said i give them. Six months and they're divorced story. Just collapsed mitch albom blame the other for the death of their sons and they split apart part mentally were divorced. That's how quickly you know. A shaky marriage conflicts occurs in almost every area of marriage sin available. If you're married long enough you need to have a plan to deal with these issues. One of the reasons communication is so important in marriages is that you talk about things before what they happen kind of plan for you plan out your finances a lot of times. You know you plan out. You know things. Would your children but there are certain areas that we just can't leave blank. This outline kinda helps you do that in the development that according to way amac one way to avoid conflict in the marital relationship is sorting out responsibilities. What are the responsibilities and roles of the husband may be never discuss that where the roles and responsibilities of the wife what are you going to do. You know financially. What what is she going to do. Financially you know a lot of times times is i'm gonna make the money and i'm going to spend it right you know. Are you expect her to clean the house all by herself. All the time you know you're the one dirty in the house and and she's the one. I mean all these things. There needs to be some sort of sitting down and going through this a lot of times again. It goes back. Conflict resolution has to do do with the failure to communicate there are three sets of scripture passages. Matthew seven divided divided up and then ma in james four and we don't talk about these in the context of marriage a lot of times with matthew seven one through five the the judge not passage. Do we really think about these passages before we get into an argument with our life or before you get an argument with your husband and your are you getting ready to jump on them about something that they have done and you don't even see what and yeah your own was going on. And what does it say to pray that god shows as you the log heroi before you start pointing out there spec this was a difficult one. Matthew seven seven through nine nine have never put this in in a marital context. I thought this was kind of interesting asking it will be given to you seek and you'll find knock and it will be open you for everyone who asks receives and those one seeks fines to the one who knocks it will be open which one of you is his son. Ask for a bread will give him a song. How is this in conflict conflict resolution. What is the answer to what is going on here. How do we sort through. Ask god to give you wisdom wisdom in dealing with the previous verse to deal with your hypocrisy to sort out what is wrong with us first before we start pointing out was wrong with our spouse god. What is the spec in my i. What is the log in my what oh having my heart. That's not right in my marriage and this is interesting james four the talks about fights and quarrels notice what he brings up you do not have because you do not ask you do not ask because you do not see expended it on your own passions in other words most quarrels and fights or about you not about the other person you ever thought aww that you're mad because jerry needs not being met. You're mad because they're not doing something for you versus. What are you not doing for them andrew's point earlier. You're mad because you don't submit well. Maybe it's because you're not loving them in the way okay that god commanded you to love them and that's why god needs to tell you when you talk to him about that. As couples read through processes passes they should be able to gain a better understanding of why people they themselves call and find the consequences of a so what needs to be done to restrain overcome strife six greek principles listening to your spouse setting time to talk defining the problems uh-huh from both points of view defining the areas of agreement and disagreement says when identifying each person's contribution solution to the problem then stating positively what behaviors on each person's part would prove or probably help or the most important things that each person do is ask god god to search to see if there's any sand that should be confessed before entering a discussion that may lead to conflict between the husband and the wife i close with matthew nineteen should have been a little further down. I realize that cut out some of it. That was what's the context is the pharisees challenging jesus on divorce and he quotes from genesis says anthony would point out all goes back to genesis therefore man shall leave his wife and his mother hold fast to his wife no longer two but one what what therefore god has joined together. Let no one separate and then he goes to moses command wanted to have a steady divorce and send her away he said them because of the hardness of your heart moses allow divorce and i say to you whoever divorces his wife except for sexual immorality and marries another commits adultery now. I'm a hard liner on this passage. I don't like this translation. Uh in the greek. I believe rightly that instead of accept it should be even in the case aw i don't believe jesus gives an out. There were two main <hes> pharisees that argued different points and that's why they were challenging challenging. All one said you divorce your wife or anything. The other one says you could only divorce some for sexual immorality and i don't think jesus was siding siding with the pharisee i think he was siding with what scripture standard is there is no exception for divorce except for what paul gives at believe in the new testament <hes> writings where he talks about abandonment which is my theory of why he talks about the spouse leaving which is what andrew. We're talking about yesterday now. I'm hard-liner on this. <hes> you can take what i mean but the follow up passages which i left off here is the apostle apostle saying if this is true it is better not to marry in other words if you can't get out of it and you better not mary. I think that's the context this.

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"inst" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"inst" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm not a huge advocate of the story line okay. I'm really not i think the idea of somebody bringing a gun to a wrestling show it's just off should not be done to it's a stupid idea in the first place but let's do a quick comparison here okay so in nineteen ninety eight october kober nineteenth vince mcmahon allegedly had fired stone cold steve austin fired so what does steve awesome deal well he shows up the next day and he's got a gun shows up the building and they do a bunch of skits backstage and awesome talking about his guns and he's polishing his guns and this that neo thing and you know people alert begging him to not do anything crazy and vince is practically in tears talking to him and basically awesome kidnaps vince any holds them hostage while he's polishing his guns and then finally the end of the show he wheels him down to the ring in his wheelchair with a gun any points the gun at vince mcmahon's head and then of course he pulls the trigger in a little flag comes out that says bang and then vince peas all over himself and then vince hobbles out of the wheelchair and steve austin boots him in the gut hits a stunner and leave him for dead okay. That's that's what steve austin did. After he got fired okay again. That was just like the first one that was the first one that i saw there's a thousand of these where vince mcmahon did something diabolical and steve awesome just put one over on this guy and he stunned him and he made it look like a fool at the end the show in the place when absolutely crazy. There's a million of them okay so this is what happened last night on smackdown and what i'm gonna do here is. I'm not gonna say shane mcmahon and kevin jones. I'm gonna say steve austin in vince inst- mcmahon so last week on the show. I guess it was at the pay per view steve austin beat up and outside the ring referee and vince mcmahon find him a hundred thousand dollars and last week vince is in his office and steve austin walks in stevenson's practically in tears. He's he's begging vince to rescind the one hundred thousand dollar fine edwin vince won't do it. He gets mad and he throws something through a t._v. On the wall and he storms is out of vinci's office so this week on the show vincent an office and steve austin walks in advance says steve. I gotta make sure sure you don't rip up my office because if you do that one hundred thousand dollar fine will seem like a slap on the wrist so stone cold steve austin says well vince i had a terrible week i need to concentrate on my king of the ring match tonight so vince says stone cold what's on your mind steve says last week you find me a hundred thousand dollars an i._t. React well to it when home. I looked at my family it dawned. Tell me just how bad this is. We don't come from the same background. Vince hundred thousand dollars isn't a lot for you. You know what it's a lot to me and my family. You're a good father vince a great father and man-to-man father to father. I want you to reconsider this fine vince says well steve i'll take it under consideration so they continue onto the show and later there's another meeting with stone cold steve austin and vince mcmahon advanced says you know steve. I remember why called you in the first time. You cannot lay your hands on w._w._e. Officials you have not apologized for what you did. The pay per view and steve austin says well. I know better better than put my hands and at w._b._z. Official so vince i apologize that's fair and vince says steve and i'm considering lifting the the fine but if you ever lay your hands in w._w._e..

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"inst" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"inst" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"He's gary mcnamara all right a couple of moments from the debate last night or the the minute science build a blasio every time you talk about investing in people and their communities you here folks say there's not enough money what i say every single time is there's plenty of money in this world there's plenty of money this country it's just in the wrong hands Elizabeth warren. We talked about ten touch one money in Washington inst. Slightly. To help the rich and everybody else. She said, money corrupts no doesn't. what about the all the charities that are funded because the private sector funds them because the expansion of wealth funds if money corrupts i do see corrupting i see corrupting democrat party who now believes that other people's money is there's to hand out as they please through the tax system the blasio the money's in the wrong hands as if somebody did something wrong to get it committed to that that the blasio gets to judge who rightly or wrongly has the money When no laws have been broken. And no one is stealing somebody's money. Yeah. It's just a it's, it's the insanity which will continue tonight. Yeah. We'll won't..

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"inst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"inst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Engines brings us, Pat money news, in the counter, apparently bear when it comes to trade talk Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says today there is nothing scheduled in terms of US delegation going to China. In fact, there are reports that the Chinese are considering canceling the next round of trade talks in Beijing Chinese president Xi Jinping said yesterday that has country is setting out on a new long March that suggest China doesn't expect the trade ward anytime soon, and yesterday was the shoe companies protesting tariffs on things made in China. Today's complaint is wheeling right down the road. Bicycle retailers, the USA tariffs on Chinese imports could mean higher prices for bikes here because ninety percent of bicycles and bike parts come from China. Complete uncertainty into the market from manufacturing side to the purchasing side to hiring investing might shop owner Nick inst-. Her says he now asked to look for parts in other countries trade war with China, could have an especially big impact on apple investment Bank, Goldman Sachs as that Apple's earnings could plunge twenty nine percent. If China were to retaliate against the US with the ban on the sale of apple products, the price of Tesla's going down, at least for some models company says that it's dropping the price of the model S by three thousand dollars in the model X by two thousand however, the top selling model three, actually increased in price by four hundred dollars. Tesla's overall sales dropped off thirty one percent first quarter of this year company. Stock prices also dipped below two hundred dollars a share at times, CEO Elon Musk still says that the company will show a profit by the third quarter of this year minutes of the Federal Open Market committee's, most recent meeting are released this after noon. That's policy-making arm kept the target range for the federal funds rate level. Unchanged. When it matter Leear this month. The fat is staying with its plan not to raise interest rates. Some analysts say there could actually be a rate cut in our next money update..

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 Woman accused of insurance fraud after sawing off her hand

The Bobby Bones Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Woman accused of insurance fraud after sawing off her hand

"I really stories about people doing ridiculous for money. And I don't think I could do it. This woman here for insurance fraud. She saw off hand. Oh what? Yeah. Oh, did she win? Well, they know that thing how much she get or which. Dismember police have accused a woman of cutting off for him with a circular saw with the help of her family to make a fraudulent insurance claim. She's twenty one years old her relative had been detained and face eight years in prison, the took it insurance policy and she stood again four hundred fifty thousand dollars in compensation. You go that's half million dollars. But as my hang closer. There's I couldn't do it. Could I was thinking last night in bed? Could I do it? Don't you have trouble doing the needle thing? I have trouble doing the needle after getting a massage. Okay. But you see you you probably wouldn't do it for insurance fraud. But what about like if you're like that guy? One hundred twenty seven hours in your arm is stuck in Iraq. The. He was known your life on the line lots on the line, right? Because I don't think I could I don't take do it. You would have to four fifties. A lot of money. No. I just be like, okay. It's my time. By like, I don't know. Sometimes I feel that way with very cramps. I'm like. Inst- cramps for so bad. I'm like, you know. Good. God take me away. Jesus the movie's called one hundred twenty seven hours, and we say that. Yes. The number of. Yeah. Sometimes I say a hundred twenty seven days he'd probably need food or

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"inst" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"inst" Discussed on KTOK

"We were meant to fly. We'd have wings. Would have wings. So we're meant to go through Belgium. All right. So there's another big piece of news that has come out, and that is on civil asset forfeiture. Now, this isn't direct to civil asset forfeiture. But it appears as though it is it's a good start. And it was a unanimous decision by the supreme court ridden by Ginsberg and all of them were on the same page, and it is giving the constitutional power to the local authorities saying you guys are just taking people's assets. And you can't do it. It's applies to the states as well. As governor and local government is great because the states have been out of control on this. And I know that they think that this is an effective tool in the war against drugs, but they've been taken peoples property vehicles and and cash without any charge without any. Crime without any criminal activity, and they take it a lot of innocent peoples property from them who never get it back. The guy the guy I just checked on this story because I knew we wanted to talk about this the guy in Utah got five hundred thousand dollars confiscated they took five hundred they pulled him over for a for signal light. That was out the tail light was out. And so they pulled him over and they do a search on his car, and they find five hundred thousand dollars in cash now why was he carrying it? I don't know. It's none of my business is not illegal to carry five hundred thousand dollars in cash. Dumb stupid. And is it suspicious? I don't know. Maybe. Yeah. But if somebody takes it, you could always call the police away. Inst- took it. And so three years later, he still hadn't gotten his money back. He finally took it all the way to the US supreme court. And they said you gotta give it back last. I saw they had they had not given it back yet. Five hundred th the guy was never charged with anything is it suspicious that you've got five hundred thousand. Yes. But so why? Well because people don't normally. Yeah. It's out of the. Yes. But so is what the fed is doing. And they're changing the rules the banks where you can't take your money out. It's not your money. It is flipped to where you're the last investor. You're the last person to get your money if you have money in a Bank and the Bank goes belly up. You are the last in line, and you're like, wait a minute. I didn't invest in a Bank. Yes, you did. Because the banks all changed the rules on after two thousand eight. So I don't think it's unreasonable in today's world it is different. It is risky, but you can't go. I can't have five hundred thousand dollars in cash someplace and say you can. Yes. You can. Yes. You cares. No, log is no law against it. By the way, the the case that the supreme court ruled on was a guy who actually did sell drugs to undercover cops, but it was only two hundred and twenty five dollars heroin. And so for that they took away his forty two thousand dollar Land Rover. Well, that's excessive that's an excessive. Fine. That's an excessive penalty compared to what he did. Because he's the actual find was twelve hundred dollars right for the crime. And then they took us forty two thousand dollar car on top of it supreme court ruled he's got to get that back because that's an excessive fine. So what about the people who've been charged with nothing crime? They've got to get their property. I think the way Thomas the way the Thomason I think it was Gorsuch. We're really strong and talked about civil asset forfeiture and Thomas wrote in. There said this is out of control and it needs to stop. It does listen to the way. The I think it's the New York are to Wall Street Journal writes, this up supreme court ruled unanimously Wednesday that states may not impose excessive fines extending a bedrock constitutional protection. But also potentially jeopardizing asset forfeiture programs that help fund police operations with property seized from criminal suspects. Like police. We got funding that's not supposed to be the goal of Justice to figure out ways to fund your police department. If someone has not committed a crime or it's an excessive fine to a crime. That does not give you the right. Well, we really need the money though. That's not going to say this. I will tell you this. I have one of the most police streets in Texas, don't yes farming for speeding tickets, and it's because a lot of rich people live around there. So they just soak him, and you still drive that way. Have you seen the new firehouse? Yes. Is that not the greatest fire houses? All we ended on it every time that is aimed palace. It's it's the Taj. Send you picture of it as it is nicer than any home. I have seen. It is. This is all rock work. It is it's you. Beautiful. She's is beautiful to mazing by Pat, gray. I by every day. And I think it's beautiful. And I'm glad we have it. But I keep thinking to myself. Well, now, we know why my property taxes are so high. Exactly, I mean, we do we need to have it like that. Do we really honestly need to have the firehouse look like that? And when the economy goes down, and all of these rich people who are really invested in the market. They no longer can pay for it. How are they going to pay for things like that? Oh, no, Pat will be driving through and they will just go. They'll have to fund all of this stuff. It is so unreasonable and so wrong to do this. And if we don't stop civil asset forfeiture. Now in the good times every American is at risk in the bad times. Thank.

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The twisted story of how we wound up with two 'Captain Marvel' movies (and why one of them is called 'Shazam!')

Trailer Junkies Podcast

08:06 min | 3 years ago

The twisted story of how we wound up with two 'Captain Marvel' movies (and why one of them is called 'Shazam!')

"Get into it. What's the good week? We watched a lot of marvel movies this week. I watched none. Because. You know, so well, we're going to watch the word tomorrow night. And I know last week we were talking about getting the hulk, but we got thorn instead. And the only thing I can think is a lot of people are taken the T J P marvel challenge. Thanks, everybody. Yeah. And the hulk just was not available through Netflix. So they sent me the next one in the queue which was Thor. So hey, man, we're going to watch that tomorrow night. So that's how you're gonna watch it. You're just gonna watch it watch it as they come watch it as they come in. It's like could do it's all I can do. So I'm not going to send it back. How about you? What did you watch this week? So this week we watched Thor we watch captain America the first evanger. And then last night we watched the avengers the first one. Okay, cool. But that's not in order, though, is how they came out. I think it is is it. Okay. I think the only one we've watched out of order is iron man to but and made me print out an inst- and info graphic. So I have an info graphic at my office because I did not bring it home today. But we will. Be following the graphic for the rest of the way. Nice. Yeah. A few people at work. They listen. And they're like we're going to do the marvel challenges. Well, you know, all into it too. I'm like, oh, cool. You know? I'm like, yeah. Maybe you're the reason I can't get the hulk. Hey, how about we get into beer, and then we can talk about a few other things. There we go before we get rock, and you wanna go first I will go first because I have a beer that I picked this week for you. Oh for me. It's a beer I picked for you. Although I'm going to be drinking it. Oh, well, hey, I appreciate the I'll show it to you. And we'll put it on the website Thorne Thorne brewing, Thorne Thorne brewing. But look at the little logo seven percent. Little logos. Little raccoon on. He's writing a penny. Farthing? I love it. A penny. Farthing like, I don't know. That's your nerd. We we we listened to the show. You know, I make my family listen and the whole time my daughter is calling us nerds. So I just thought I'd share that. So wait, did you not know that was called a penny? Farthing I say, it's an old timey bicycle. That's what it is. It will you know, some people call them a high wheelers. But there you go. Yeah. They're known as penny. Farthing penny farthing. Yeah. So I love the label on this. I don't know where the name comes from. So I'm not that much of a nerd, I just know the name so. So I love the I love the can. And I was like ooh the essential IPA series. And I love the idea of them having this this iconic brand of this raccoon on a bicycle and then they have like this whole line of different various beers. They're a company out of San Diego, but this essential IPA series. It's like they have this. I think it's like Argyle, and you know, their their logo their mascot. Yeah. Yeah. And it says if you wanna see the name of the beer, it's stamped on the bottom. So they put a lot of different beers in. This can I'm like, ooh, that's good. That's like efficient. And and it still has the this beer is the IP far far away. See what they're actually saying. If you wanted to the of the beer you have to drink all the bottom. See the name right here. I'll get I'll get it going. What we talk about it. Okay. Yeah. Oh, that was a messy one. I I saw. saw it splashed all over your computer. Always. So is this a handy market a special? Yes. So handy market was was thrown off a little this week. Dude. I gotta get the handy market handy market is the best. You know what I got it? I got it you when I go to your town. You take me rounded, like the clothing store, the store all the place. We talk about it's like a tour of a tour dates head TJP tour of LA. Yeah. And when you come here, I'll it'll be LaTour. Jim. Let's take your onto the places. I go very go to it'd be perfect. So this is a galaxy and Simcoe. Is that sense? I am I saying that right? Simcoe hop Simcoe. Galaxy hop. I don't I I've never used a galaxy hop. There you go. This is the first. So let's say, oh, I see you have the Stella glass, I this Stella. And look, it's it's filtered. It's a non hazy hazy. So yea good job thorn brewing. Let's not fall into that trope of hazy as well. Here's the funny thing, though, is like I don't really understand how Hazies work because I don't filter, but my beers are clean because gravity just takes care of business. Right. So I'm not really sure how hazy is Hayes. I I haven't really gone down that path yet like how they do that suspension. Exactly. Yeah. Because at some point gravity drops everything to the bottom. Oh, this is really good. This is. So it's it says it's an Australian varietal of galaxy hop. So I guess it's the that's galaxy. Okay. And it has additional citrus. Pine and dank overtones from the Simcoe. Oh dank. Yeah. The Simcoe strain. So it has that piney thing that I think you like that that American cone kind of figure a mountain it has that those that west coast IPA. Exactly, exactly. Yeah. The Sierra Nevada type PA. All right. So while you're doing that. I have no idea what's in my hand. So I've Scott, wait a minute. What is? Okay. This is total accident. I know it might sound. So if you can see the can I love it. I know I know this company tell tell me the company because I modern times beer. Yes. Modern times has the best cans. Yeah. It looks like it's out of New Mexico state flag or something. Right. Yeah. So honestly, this is this is no bull. I just this is complete honesty. I didn't know what I bought because I looked at the can I just happened to turn in noticed the government warning label, and I'll show you if you could see the government warning label is wait, but there's a little bit of gold below it. Well, the name of the beer roles rate out of the government warning label. So it's like intertwined in the government learning label, you gotta take a good picture that put it up on our website. Yeah. I will. And so when you look at the government warning label like who reads it right, right? And the and the name of the beer, the style of beer, whatever is writing. A government warning label, and it's so funny because I'm in the liquor store, and I'm looking around like tech is kind of beer is this. Well, anyway, and like I I know it sounds like a stick. But this is the the God's honest truth. Like, I just accidentally just saw just now a Berliner style. Oh waste ale. So it's a wheat beer. Yeah. Man wish my glasses on with raspberries, blackberries and black raspberries added. Oh, my God is going to be a wine cooler. All right here, we go. Let's see what this is. Well, Berliner beer. I don't even know. I've had they're kind of like lager ales in a sense.

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The KonMari craze

FT News

10:47 min | 3 years ago

The KonMari craze

"This is a message to all the accountants out there. If you are worried that a robot is going to take your job become a certified management accountant, you see we are only programmed to mine data and crunch numbers. You'll have control over the strategy and the decision making so become a CNA and robots like me will help you not hurt you unless we short-circuit then all bets are off the certification. You've gotta earn it. Visit certification dot org for details. Hello from the newsroom of the financial times. In london. I'm Josh noble. Marie condo is the Japanese. Tidy and grew with the blunt black fringe and a vast wardrobe of white card agains, she claims to love mess. But of course, the sensation among Netflix subscribers with a new series on decluttering. So what exactly is the Kameri method? And does it really spark joy Horatio Harris discusses the phenomenon with F columnist. Joe ellison. I've gone don't restore. Does getting your. Big above. Joe? Okay. So we've just heard a clip from the trailer overseeing Marie condos being on the scene for a while cleaning up in every sense since her book was published into an eleven you've been watching the Netflix show. What do you think of it? Well, I was definitely a condo. Virgin until the Netflix documentary. Although I've sort of heard about her through other people in via other people who have testified to her life changing magic. I haven't seen it myself. And I think it's quite interesting as a TV phenomenon because oversee Conde herself is this kind of incredible personality and the orthodoxies of her cleaning methods are also quite extreme. So this weird combination of this L flake person who walks into people's lives and transforms them, plus her kind of extraordinary folding techniques. They're just very fascinating for starting you for the cross you should try to Paul them. So the to stand upright on their on these. Now, I do the most freight how to four and then I found myself literally looked into wanting to try out her technique. So obviously, then I'm box on of ever perjure the weekend, which I found really quiz. That's fine. I found the program with Li boring. It's to suit of couples being quite touchy with each other. But as ching it I found myself with handfuls of sock. Suddenly, and was just sorting stuff out oversee for those who don't know the principal, fundamental logic of her cleaning is that any object that you own or have in your house should spark joy in the beholder. So her whole principle is about holding an all jet touching objects deciding whether it's spokes joy in you. And then you are the Chuck into a trash can or you keep and cherish it forevermore. So I think that's the thing that I mean, it's actually quite boring watching people touching sort of hundreds of thousands of object. Within the house. And also does that argument that cleaning is agenda specific thing to be doing? So is produced quite low of controversy. I think about how we live our lives. So of that social history angle has been quite an interesting thing to follow because you will call them. Go some responses that seem quite gendered. Brought up questions of the household division of labor did a prompt those conversations in your household. I think yes, I mean, I'm quite smug in that I fail as they as a couple were quite toity quite a tidy couple. But I think we definitely have gender specified cleaning duties, I'm very much of the Theresa May school of Baluch should do the bins because is a man's job. And I also found my husband cleaned out the seller whilst I tackled the wardrobe. So I think we I mean, it is it's sort of like the home of some slightly uncomfortable trades and the truth is I have an awful of clothes, which I like to argue is part of my job requirement as a fashion it you have to. I think that has led some friction the past what some person wants to cherish, and what the other partner doesn't think his worthy of cherishing is oversee quite contentious in every household, and I think the program constantly highlights. The bloke has a massive collection of baseball cards. The wife has a huge collection of Christmas decorations and. One person doesn't rate the others. So it's all about the value of objects. But also, I think the show has exposed the incredible hoarding acquisitive culture that we are and the sort of ease at which we can just look things out, which is I think possibly has been most alarming about it is like western culture is disgustingly acquisitive thing. And of course, in your case, you clean, your jeans drew posted a photo on Instagram got lots of acclaim for doing. So we've got a lot of response. I think the thing is that D cutter and cleaning does sort of engage people everyone's got their own methodology. Everyone's got their and thoughts about this little skein of conversation that you don't really understand until you start. And then suddenly everyone's going opinion. And everyone's quite ferocious about it. Now, how many gene should a person own? What we should you do it should you stock should he fold should you? And I think part of that interest is also because we're in a very peculiar. Time now with the so little clarity on anything, politically or economically. And you know, you've got America, and I'm not trying to make too broad a political analogy, but you've got real problems in the US with the government shutdown. We've got this weird horrible specter of Brexit where no one knows what's happening and a d think there's a sort of keep calm and carry on motivation and just giving three sub jewel renite going through Smalls in working out. What you need to keep them. What you don't need to it sort of gives you a some sense of older in your life. That might be missing in the broader picture, I think who've Theresa May and husbands still taking out the been. So at least one thing is going to plan. It's very army years ago. I can't remember which general it was, but he did a Harvard address. So he did one of those big graduate addresses and his first point of order to all the graduates who will coming out of the Marine Corps was make your bed the point being that by doing that you've accomplished your first task for the day. And I think that's very much. You know, it's about the. Order of life. And I think tidy people do tend to be more productive Chavez Lee Darrow. I say. And obviously a big part of the con- Mary method is this folding aspects. Are you going to reorganize all of your stuff? Or was that one drawer is that Nuff you I like thinking about objects in terms of whether or not they actually met you happy. And are they worth keeping what I find a bit more worrying as what on earth happened to the stuff that doesn't make happy? I want to make sure that it ends up somewhere that isn't a landfill. Ideally, my eighty four percent of all craving does increase any more of kitchen appliances and bits of plastic tap that we've accumulated I sometimes feel beholden to kind of hold onto it because I don't know where else is going to go. And I felt as their environmental cost is going to be too great. If just shocking in the bin. But I guess that license was slightly given to us by Conde who's very much like fill up the trash cans and get rid of it all and I know you express some worry about the ecological consequences throwing out CNN did a report on thrift stores in the US only being just since the show came out. I think. On New Year's day. They've been inundated with stuff, a huge, spike. I think in requests for recycling bags and requests into various different charities about. Whether they take all this old stuff, whether or not there's any staff, and if these operations to actually process the stuff remains to be seen amid the Cabeza over sooner may of cramp coming to chart shops all over Britain, and the US which is slightly worry about also whether there's actually the infrastructure to handle it. But I think the whole thing's giving us an opportunity to think about what we have the way we treat. What we have what we should be repairing what we should be looking after and how we should be cherishing. It one thing that people seem to have criticized her for is take on books that seems to have really stood up lot of ill will because she personally keeps only thirty books in her home. She kind of in an hour is not you get a you read it, and then you move on a total heresy. Nightclub one one out strategy. The lot of people seem to find really appalling. Do you have any quibbles with her philosophy? I think isn't it. The point though that you keep what gives you the joy. So I suppose if you are made joyful by your three thousand book stock of ancient manuscripts that you look at and feel great about then you should keep them. And I've certainly got quite a lot of books at home. But I do think having a little bit. So on your shelf is sort of form of intellectual snob. Raise just as flashy. I think of the time there's owning an antique painting or a chair. Yeah. Oversee Marie Connell. Isn't the first person that we've come across who's urged us to clean up stuff? I was desperate to mention Kim and Aggie a British TV show where they went and with Mira goals and bleach, and essentially sort of swings of clean, the, original queens clean. But these things seem to have come in phase. Faces. Do you think that the condo converts will will we stick with this process? Will she's been going since two thousand eleven or at least probably before that. I mean, that's when her first book came out, and obviously it's loosely based on what seems to be some sort of spiritual mantras. Well, it's not merely getting the bleach out or just hiding according to upset and method. So I think it's very in keeping with this new atmosphere and drive towards the wellness Konami where everything you must do must be spiritually enriching. And it's not just about getting your garage looking gray. It's about will say Philly wonderful about it. And then but Lessing that space and having gratitude for it. But I mean, if we even back to say, MRs Beeton, it was household management. I mean, she was offering people kind of mandate for how to run their households. Efficieny I hope that in several tens of decades since that hasn't become a woman's duty anymore. It's a bit more split. But I still think running a family home as a massive problem for a lot of people. And I think anyone is prepared to give a really really strict guidelines is always going to be quite successful. But I'm sure we'll shift into some new epoch of cleaning and the inst- come.

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"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Three steps of like closing the connection with a wig predefined scripts and only when you get an okay from his script, you get to go. So we we've seen some pretty complex stuff over the years. So the last thing that I would mention here is that we have one rule of thumb think that like don't ever use on spot instances, which is a single point of failure. So if you have a single point of failure might be a single databases single database or application debt, it can run only on a single instance, it cannot be moved to another one at all. So that probably a place where you want to you would not want to alliterate spot from from the first place today. You have a lot of customers because obviously this saves people money. There's a lot of volume going through your system. And this is good for you. Because you have some economies of scale. But also comes with the challenges of scale, how has managing spot inst- and the spot infrastructure. How has it changed as you've gotten bigger? So I think it's as you defined it as the economy of scale. So I think that the more customers we have and the more instances that we manage on behalf of them the smarter we become the more accurate, we become the more easier becomes for us to predict stuff when we started. We just hit like data points from less than a no hundred five hundred machines. And today, we manage or several hundred of thousands of of machines in any single moment. So we can see what's going on in any single place of the of the cop provider. So it helps us to be way more accurate than before and regarding the the challenges of scale. So obviously as. People want more access to do spot. So you need to realize there's limited amount of of computer, you can possibly get because you're limited by the club provider. However, if you know to distribute in scale it across different computer types, in hardware times, this is where he can get economy of scale because it provided a lot of different mission types of data centers anything to utilize them correctly. You can both support the scale that people want in also not to exhaust the compute in a single machine dot. In the original spot inst- product, you needed to be able to schedule these VM's you need to be able to request new spot instance, VM's as your customers are requesting more resources. I'd like to know about the process of building that first product and some of the code that you wrote for that I use case. So it's a very exciting question. Because always been I go back in and starting to remember like the first day of the company's Riddick citing. So without knowing like how Amazon is working in terms of like culture, and so on so we always had this in mind, which is start with a customer and then work backwards. So we were meeting with customers who wanted to liberate spot, and we were asking them. How would you like it to be? What is what is the experience if you would like it to be how would you like to provision the? Cute in. How would you love to use the survey? So we interviewed a lot of customers. And then eventually didn't we work backwards in develop the things that they actually needed in asked for and we ended up with developing a cluster software that is basically targeted for developers in operations or DevOps people. I t persons that is basically the same as the cloud API is for launching a VM. You can just choose is very dynamic. It can choose if you want to get one she went to get one hundred if you want to get a nominal number of servers can start recalling than scaled one hundred. So that's how it's all started and standard was that? If you look today about the suffering to provide scholastic road, so it's very similar to the cloudy. The is as people know him today, what programming languages did you use for the first version we used on no g s and Java and where does the code? I. Spot institute self run. Does it do you run in a cloud provider? Yeah. Absolutely. So we that rich mostly AWS rerun code of software on AWS leverage, multiple regions or high availability. But ninety percent of our stuff's riding on Amazon..

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"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"For environment coal batch or offline job processing, which are things that are not customers facing like think about a university that needs to run a computation big company tation around like Monte Carlo algorithms or you gonna run some like a DNA sequencing. So these things it's not like a customer facing or online jobs, for example, when you go to Facebook, and you post. A status whatever. So you expecting to get a response back. So that's like online facing. But like when somebody hands over his DNA to to DNA sequencing company in there is like he can wait for like three days until it gets an answer. The knees are like these offline Joel processing people story clear when using spot instances or and it got popularity's area of of batch computing. Right. So the reason for that is because if a batch job gets scheduled onto a spot instance, at the spot instance, disappears in the middle of the batch job. Well, you can just schedule it onto another spot instance in rerun it, and it's gonna take a little bit longer because you wasted some time on a spot instance that disappeared. No. Because the cloud provider needed to reclaim it. But it's not going to affect any users immediately because this is an offline job that's one hundred percent, right. Okay. So you are the CEO of spot inst- what? Despite inst- do so spotting whether pretty interesting story that started about four years ago. I was a student for computer science in a university in Israel, and basically might thesis or I try to do my thesis around cloud computing, and how to optimize resources and kind of like save money in the cloud with some clever algorithms, and when I first read about spot instances, he really got.

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"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Chakari? You are the CEO of spot. Inst-? Welcome to software engineering daily. Yeah. Hey, how are you doing? I'm doing great. And I'm looking forward to talking to you about spot instances and the different products you've built at spot inst-. So when a developer provision, a cloud server that server is called an instance, can you define the term instance. Yes. So so you basically, right and suin- developer lunches, a a server in the cloud. Coke instance, in instances, basically is virtual machine that the cloud provides you the clouds using different station mechanisms for example, late of US using Zan and Google or using KVM. And basically when you launch a server they give you a piece of a virtual piece of that server. That's physical server. Call instance, and cloud providers offer multiple types of. Instances, can you describe some of these different instance types? Sure, as you know, from like based on like, as we know servers from like, the nineties in the two thousand two thousand basically have like a bunch of of hardware that you can Bill service with you can use hardware, which is more computer ended or memory oriented or I o intensive though. The clock providers allows you to basically get different types of servers show. They call it family types. And he's family types are actually implying the names or implying on their usage. So Amazon gives you family type like c three c four c five which is compute intensive on machines, each one of them is different generation see three of estates, the older one and then C four and C five hundred newest one where they're using on new.

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"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"inst" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Chakari? You are the CEO of spot. Inst-? Welcome to software engineering daily. Yeah. Hey, how are you doing? I'm doing great. And I'm looking forward to talking to you about spot instances and the different products you've built at spot inst-. So when a developer provision, a cloud server that server is called an instance, can you define the term instance. Yes. So so you basically, right and suin- developer lunches, a a server in the cloud. Coke instance, in instances, basically is virtual machine that the cloud provides you the clouds using different station mechanisms for example, late of US using Zan and Google or using KVM. And basically when you launch a server they give you a piece of a virtual piece of that server. That's physical server. Call instance, and cloud providers offer multiple types of. Instances, can you describe some of these different instance types? Sure, as you know, from like based on like, as we know servers from like, the nineties in the two thousand two thousand basically have like a bunch of of hardware that you can Bill service with you can use hardware, which is more computer ended or memory oriented or I o intensive though. The clock providers allows you to basically get different types of servers show. They call it family types. And he's family types are actually implying the names or implying on their usage. So Amazon gives you family type like c three c four c five which is compute intensive on machines, each one of them is different generation see three of estates, the older one and then C four and C five hundred newest one where they're using on new.

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nerdy things we have in common

Covert Nerd Podcast

11:18 min | 4 years ago

nerdy things we have in common

"Hello time. and welcome to the covert podcast. Today we'll be talking about focusing on the things we have in common then wrestling podcast. I know you will love. Lastly, we'll take a look at a comic book that takes a dark twist on the biblical flood. So let's get started. From two thousand ten to twenty thirteen. I went to San Diego Comecon for those who no, I is the biggest con in America and maybe even in the world, I'm not exactly sure. However, it has an incredible amount of people that attend over one hundred and twenty five thousand people come to the con- and the all have the same passion for all things nerdy for one person. It might be the passion for superman for another. It might be an obsession with the twilight movies. Many of these people would sit for days in line to tend to panel for their favorite TV show or movie. The camaraderie was thick, and that's the case with most cons. We all have a commonality about what we nerd out about. Do I agree with all of them on social issues like abortion, no. Do I agree with them on political issues like Republican versus democrat? No, I agree with them on getting together and earning out about the lake. Marvel story arc, yeah, for some of them I do. So instead of name calling and insulting each other about the things we disagree on, why not focus on what we do agree on, find common ground and invest time in that, and you might be shocked at the other things you will find you do agree on. This allows both parties to listen to each other before the walls come up because now we're comfortable with each other on the things we have in common, and we like to nerd out about in today's era of polarization we seem to spend more time focusing on things we disagree on might just be one little thing instead of the things we have in common so much so that we won't even spend holidays like thanksgiving together because of those things we disagree about over at not your pastors podcast. They were talking about Christians being divisive about their political views so much so that members witness OSI it with with each other. Now you would think out of all the people Christians could unite regardless of political views. I'm sure I interact with many people who don't have the same worldview as I do not just at cons. I'm sure you do too. It doesn't matter because as long as we try to stay focused on the one or two things we have in common, whether it's fishing or baseball, or coin collecting football or podcasting, whatever it is focused on those things and spend time together doing those things that you have in common and the things you disagree on. Won't matter as much. Talk about the things you have in common. Tell stories about the things you have in common expound on what you have in common and nerd it up. Make your commonalities bigger than your differences. All the sudden you're differences. Don't seem so big compared to the size of the things that you have in common the impact you can have on other people. When you have a common focus can be huge. Use the nerdy things you like to unite instead of divide each other. For example. Maybe as a kid, you collected masters of the universe figures. Talk about that. Talk about the figures you had. Maybe the other person likes the same figures you had when you were a kid, maybe they had some of the same excess review did like castle gray scholar, snake mountain, or maybe they did different things to modify their figures that you might think are cool or maybe you did the modifications, whatever it is, talk about those things and tell about when I got this figure for Christmas, I was so excited or I got this figure at a clearance sale at stores and picked it up for only two dollars. Talk about those stories together. You'd be surprised at how well you can mash in connect with the person when you have that commonality so that when the differences come up, maybe it won't be so divisive because you'll be focusing on some of the things that you have in common with that person. Now, on a similar note, I read recently about people using dungeons and dragons to help kids with autism and social anxiety. People living with autism spectrum disorder, experienced challenges with communication. So social action, and sometimes they display restrictive and re repetitive behavior. Organizations like game to grow us tabletop role playing games to help teens, adolescence and emerging adults become more confident, creative and socially capable. The inherent benefits of tabletop role playing games are numerous and become even more beneficial. If intentionally facilitated by professional the games, encourage communication and team building in the fun safe environment. Now, Dr. Raphael Baca moslo I probably mispronounced the name. So I'm sorry in advance. The clinical director of take this uses DVD to help teens who are struggling to daft solid social skills. They learned those tough to teach aspects of socializing, like procreate communication, forming friendships, empathy, and other social nuances. As you can see unity in something like tabletop gaming, like dean D. Is being used to help those people in difficult places. In this situation, it helps others relax open up about what they're struggling with in the process. They inadvertently learn new skills on clued links to the game to grow organization and the take this group in the show notes. So please go to covert ner dot net to find out exactly what they're doing. You can see some of the pictures read about some of the gaming setups that they have and maybe participate in what they're doing in your local community. I found that and thought it was something that I needed to share because it's something taking something nerdy something we have in common and using it to help others. Now it's time to do some podcast recommending if you like wrestling in the eighties and nineties, like I did, you'll love the podcast something to wrestle with Bruce Prichard. It's hosted by Bruce pressured, also known as brother love in the WWF back in the late eighties, early nineties and superfan Conrad Thompson. As I mentioned, I was a big WWF fan from about eighty seven to ninety three. It's great podcasts because you can revisit those old storylines if that's the timeframe you liked. Now, I should preface Bruce Richard was involved from, I believe, eighty seven. So after wrestlemainia three and was off and on with WWF until I think two thousand three or two thousand four. So he covers a pretty big, broad span, broad span of time. Not just the time I'm talking about. So if you watched wrestling from the late eighties to early two, thousands, he has some firsthand accounts of what was going on. On behind the scenes and he's a fantastic storyteller. His impersonations of Vince McMahon are priceless. That's almost worth listening to the podcast alone to hear him to his impersonation of inst- McMahon, the popularity of this podcast skyrocketed so much. They have hundreds of thousands of downloads per episode. I highly recommend it for any race wrestling fan. They highlight wrestlers. They highlight some of the paper views the highlight some frames, so it's great. Just go check it out. They have a big archive that you can go back to. Sometimes they'll just fire up an old survivor series from say, nineteen Ninety-seven just watch it together and you can hear their commentary as they're watching the event. Lots of Riecke simply search in your podcast app for something to wrestle and you will find it and I'll put a link in the show. No, so you can find it easier as well. I wanted to mention a comic book that just read literally a few days ago called dark arc. It's by aftershocks comics. It is an excellent. Book and I'll just read the solicit here and you can hear exactly what it's about. The wickedness of mankind has moved the creator to destroy the world by way of the flood. Noah has been tasked with building an art to save his family in the animals of the world, but this is not. Noah story for darker powers have commanded the source or SRI to build his own arc and save the unnatural creatures of the world such as bam, Pires dragons, Nagara and the Mana core. But what will happen on a vessel crawling with monsters where insidious intrigue and horrific violence are the rule of law from the writer Colin Bunn who did X men blue deadpool envenom in artist, one DOE American monster world reader comes a sinister tale of biblical proportions that had to be told at aftershocks comics. Like I said, I've read issues one through five, five is what they're up to as of this recording. And I think the concept is fantastic. The storytelling is compelling, the artist. Great. Callin does a good job of keeping the story moving along at a good pace. However, he threw. Goes out a few bread crumbs of possible ways. He might take the story in later issues just enough to keep you reading and wondering what is going to happen happen next at issue five, the rain stops. Now I assume this would be a limited series run at first thinking about it. When I mean is you're probably not going to see this, go to issue three hundred, four hundred like some other titles do I could be wrong. They could go ahead and take the story after the land or excuse me after the water subsides and they can get back out on land and maybe show the interaction with the unnatural creatures with the humans on this new world that they came upon after the flood. I don't know, but I think it's definitely worth the time for you to pick this one up and check it out on clued. Lincoln the show notes to where you can read more about it and look at some of the art. It's shutout time if you'd like a shot on this podcast, that'd be more than glad to do shot out for you. Simply engage me on Twitter, Instagram. I'm on those two primarily, but I do have a Facebook page. You can also Eamon email me CNN at covert, nerd dot net, and that'd be glad shot out your name on the podcast for now I want to mention those who have engaged me on social media, Alex, and Jason at the not your pastors podcast. Also, Jamie Embry at the podcast called that one time I was abducted by aliens. Excellent podcast. Check him out. The green door podcast is a token podcast, had some interaction with those folks, and then Stephen S P at the better podcasting, podcasts, thanks guys. If you want to get a shot on the podcast, hit me up on social media or send me an email. 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