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"intercon" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"Two ways that we create this level of ignorance about the Christian faith and the church. First, is that we tend to approach it like it's a personal interest. So again, talking to all of you. We approach it like it's a personal interest in some of you in this room. This is you. We all have these sorts of conversations. You make the mistake. I say this tongue in cheek. But you make the mistake of asking a person, hey, what did you do the other day? And for the next couple of hours, they regale you with the intercon details of growing and maintaining mealworms. And you're just like, oh, and then your mind, you're wondering, how could I get out of this conversation? 'cause I don't care about mealworms. I have no interest in the mealworm. Well, it's the same as on any other point of interest that one person has, but you don't care at all about. Well, this occurs also, though, I would say with the Christian faith and the church, when you talk about the Christian faith, think about how you communicate it. Think about this, just in your own minds, Christians here. What is it you say when somebody asks you why you go to church? Again, I don't want to hear it. I want you to think about it. You know what you say? Why are you a person that goes to church? Or you want to say it slightly different? Why do you go here? The standard question I asked every single member. So we know a few of you are going to your petition for membership. I won't be interviewing you, but if you be ready for this question, why do you want to join M day? Why do you want to join M day? A hundred churches in this city. Why you want to come here and say, this is where I want to call home. Why do you say you attend church? Think about it. And see if you might find that you actually give them a personal reason. Such as you feel welcome. You love the music. You appreciate the teaching. You have a lot of friends. Those are all personal reasons. They're not why you should go to church. And they're
"intercon" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
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"intercon" Discussed on The Bio Report
"Conditions and more fixed efforts to bring oral alternatives to approved biologics to treat inflammatory bowel disease. Perhaps we can start with integrins. What are they and what do they do in the body? That's, yeah, that's an important thing to start with. Integrins, actually, why don't we start by talking about our founders? Tim Springer is the founder of morphic therapeutic. And this company really is we talk about it as a 30 year quest by Tim Springer. And the reason we say that is Tim actually from his Harvard lab discovered the integrand class of receptors. And this was in the early 80s and he spent the last multiple decades really working on this immigrant receptor. And the integrins are a really fundamental biology. They are cell surface receptors. Their family of cell surface receptors with this unique ability to signal bidirectionally. And that's when you think about integrating the name integrate. So the integrate outside of the cell inwards and inside the cell outwards. So extracellular and intracellular stimuli. And they played this very central role in the autoimmune fibrotic cardiometabolic diseases and cancer. Just to make it a little bit tangible, something that probably everybody can relate to is and the fundamental nature of the receptor, when you think about the immune system and those leukocytes, those T cells coming from their source, which could be lymphoid tissue or other areas of the peyer's patches. For them to get to where they need to to fight the infection, the foreign body, the cancer, that's all managed by the intercon receptor, how they home to the right location, how they attach to the right cell, how they get integrated and. Be transduction of from the systemic circulation into the sub endothelial space, all of that is managed by the immigrant receptor. You're targeting a wide range of conditions, what are the range of indications you're exploring and what role do integrins play in these diseases?.
"intercon" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Yeah i that's literally what i was gonna say. No literally Early tiny johnson notes daniels. John goodman yeah probably changed my life forever nerd on what is everyone. Welcome on the podcast. You didn't need but you deserve where. All levels of nerd are spooky smack dab in the middle of october and the halloween season. Is we get prepped. And ready for next week's episode of halloween kills. We're diving into the schon ran. Its influences and how it's influenced the culture. We live within. Today's episode is our first ever or movies are us first before we get too far into this. I'm cory tom. I'm josh in this. Episode is brought to you in part by the members of the nation that has powered by as a member of the nation. Needs to get fun. Perks you get early. Access to these dope episodes you get bonus episodes. Nobody else hears you get early. Access to merch bobby you. She's you'll get access to secret channels on our soup or public discord server. Only you have access to and he gets talk with us and other members of the nerd on nation. And you you get support us as pretty cool us as we upgrade our contents for you guys and we get to make more content and we like that he said contents and i was like upgrade. My innards my intercon. Yes yes yes yes. Yes exactly Am we're super close to a goal over there once scary. I know when we reach.
"intercon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Them all of them. They are welcome. Welcome colwin welcome to call in at six zero three two eight three six six zero. We've got Some calls on hold get to those in moments in the studio tonight. It is myself the reverend captain. Kick ass journeyman. Nikki and richie rich last year. We told you about inter-clan here on free talk live which can help any business. Organization launched their own currency or raise money using their own token now intercon dot. Org has launched worldwide. is there a token. You want to launch her an app you want to build to inter-clan dot org enter your email and the team will get in touch with you to learn about your needs and while you're there if you want to get some inter coins for yourself that's inter- klein dot org all right so let's go to more of your calls and thoughts because well it's free talk live for a reason. We're going to bed slave in new hampshire bad slave. You're on free talk live. Well thank you kick ass. What's unusual captain kick ass to kick at. I'm sorry whatever. And i've been called worse by much better people anyway Yeah the Does You know the other co host. Major one Mike not my mark. Yeah yeah mark is the other one. He's one of the does he fund the the advertising for them For that i don't know these enterprise zones belize well. I don't know that he funded them. He's certainly i call it gallivanting. That's kind of what my phrases for. What mark does okay. He travels the world basically gets on airplanes and talks to people and goes and checks out other areas of the globe that his term ford is the move here project yet. May you know. He's looking for places that are freer if you will. Then let's say new hampshire right or other places in the united states. He's like he's. He's literally scouring the globe for places a man can be free. And so that's kinda you know my take on what he does. I don't know enough about you. Know what the organization's he represents do as far as funding and if he represents simmer fees just out there on his own. It'll gallivanting of his own accord. I don't have enough information. You might have to ask him next time. He's on the show free to call in and she ever Hosting this show he well. he's kind of. He's kind of on a hiatus right now but he will be back. Mark is not the kinda guy did not appear in the show. We talk now because what he's doing is is you know. Effectively diminishing our Liberty migrations. I don't think so i disagree. I also disagree. I think there's room for both things to occur. Like if when the we'll call it the free state project or the greater liberty movement. Here in new hampshire when it was getting started and it was just kicking off. It was because people were opening their minds and going. Hey what if what is possible. What if we did this. What if we did that. What if we all got a bunch of people together to move to one place to see if we can affect the system and realize liberty in our lifetime. Mark just took that a step further and went. Well what if there's other places where this is also possible. So if he finds the place that's freer than new hampshire is and then has the potential to get more free or even just as free well and has the ability to affect another area of the globe where he finds a bunch of freedom oriented people who want to move to a place where they can be more free than they currently are. Then new hampshire would have an ally in another place somewhere else on the globe. But what i'm saying is if you moved to new hampshire from freedom would you not then move to wherever mark for the same reason go ahead slip i get all that and and i you know i still disagree. I think that That that that that every time you offer someone an opportunity to be free Other than new hampshire you're You're deluding of our pool of of Of migrants. And i and i think that the mark should stop doing that because first of all i don't i don't expect there to be any benefit. Why do you want to keep people less free. If new hampshire is not the free place to be. I don't think i don't think that That that any of these you know also rams are going to actually effectively so people curious about freedom then aren't going to move in it's not diluting anything because the real serious people are going to move here. Well no i mean you know. They're they might be deciding between the two men you know. Go for marks option of some random place more free. Why not. I want the whole world to be free. I don't want just new hampshire to be free. And there's some things about new hampshire that not. Everybody loves not. Everybody loves the winter in. That's cool if you wanna have somewhere else then you know you. Don't have to come to new hampshire hanging on bets hampshire for thirty years. Hang on hang up so we know you've listened to the show long enough that you know that we are fans of something called the free market. And i think you are. Are you not yes. Of course okay. So in a free market you would have competition regardless of what the the destiny. E- destination is so there would be. Let's say new hampshire. We do succeed. And we've become one of the freeze place in the world. Let's just say that happens now. There should be somewhere else on planet that is also as if not more for your free in a different way as a competitor so that people have a choice. There shouldn't be this centralized projects west or something. It's not a reason. There's a reason. I'm saying when i'm saying and and and you haven't even touched it that reason it all the time that the only place that has ever taken up the idea of individual liberty as as a concept is been america as as you know it. Hasn't anyone.
"intercon" Discussed on Rap It Out
"Punk is punk. I i just felt that it was a bit of overkill there. There just seems to be so many genres. I it it. It's ridiculous to me on amazon evidence. I guess we're donald would be kind of like pop in the i guess. Like pop in the explains then again know. Pop for instance is nowadays computerized. It's bub track on it. It's it's completely. It's everything's run through the computer. It's auto tuned. Our leeann really instruments nuts. It's it's changed. I mean that was an no complaints. But i i just thought that it was various. Are right yeah. I guess i'd say i guess i see what you're out that are into killed awkwardness. It's a new strategy moving on on intercon. So you're into that. You said earlier that kind of like your journey like with music or is that like part of it and you wanna tell us more about it own on the order you happened after carmen graveyard then enter. You said that like your whole journey with music or if more to the story the told us yet. There's it's a long story. Well you know. I think i i. Yeah i told the story up until the point of carmen grain but When is just one things to off. We carmen gray recorded three albums. One eight p persona. Bmg and And and it was. It was those were great times. My brother and i wrote quite a few songs together. And we got our he's gonna radio and and it was wonderful. You know because Was great onto a bus. For instance in somebody had somebody had the radio on your song was on and they were on all the time and And and not. That was a great experience. Carmen gray broke up. All that was taken away. I remember being sort of down for a little while and Then just out of the blue sitting on my couch one afternoon. This was two thousand thirteen or fourteen. Cut text from a friend of mine. Sent me a a poem. Titled ghost town radio. And these aren't the audio the other. Half the impersonators and That's how our collaboration started the. I grab my guitar and i wrote a melody to those lyrics. I felt the lyrics are wonderful. And then i sort of started. Afresh with impersonators. Started recording demos for the group in my leaving room the equipment that i have a rudimentary and and Not very good. I'm afraid but was was a start and we'll buy a little I got better and better and If before for we knew it on demos got good enough so we got signed by bp music and That's when our producer young sox came on board and We started recording some stuff for the for for p music and cmo by seeing ella but now month ago of grant then while all these been happening. I've also released under the banner. Tom peak on the missing hubcaps. Which is sorta my solo stuff. Being songs that didn't quite feet carmen. Gray or the impersonators. I have a huge backlog of stuff and and that's the most my take on the missing hubcap just sort of let for those those. I saw her moving this book day. Yeah why not. they'll just takes time to it man. You know it's I'm writing a book is is is. I'm actually writing a book right now. I'm out more than halfway for. It's based on. My dad's was a merchant marine us based on on the stories that he told when i was a kid about life at sea and And in many ways you know it's the impersonators. Album life of grants is also based on the stories. That my dad. I told my godfather old and is a fictional character. It's sort of a rock rats character based on my at my godfather. Well that sounds amazing out. Also very powerful. It's based on Wow that that'd be horrible book called on the books going to be called perfect reflection. It's it's it's a story about a finished merchant marine or sort of It's lost in the in in argentina. On you know impersonators album sort of true story about people who or merchant marines marines and know we're at sea or foreign vietnam came back with ptsd am and had to deal with wife and that's basically they're two different stories. That book will be about adventures and the album. That just came out is about no ending finding your way back into the society and finding your place gin with all these things that have happened to you though the sort of different parts of the same story. The book is sort of a project that i'm working on. I i want to record a lot of this stuff for my son's that you know in there and they're they're older and maybe i'm not around could pick up the green about granda at least the stories you know not. All of it is part of it is fiction. Oh yeah oh yeah but It's amazing what you doing. I mean wow. I'm gonna bay and it's crazy how your life turned out to be. It's insane to be speeding okay. Cool keep going lot of. it's a lot of. It's actually quite normal. You know it's It's kind of weird. Your kids always sort of I was listening to music day in the kitchen. One one of the new tracks that i was working and actually wanted one of the tracks at the Then it up. On the impersonators. New album called scarlet. How this was a couple of a couple of months ago. Actually i was. But i was listening to the masters and making sure that everything was just sorta to par. And my my seeks year old son walked into the kitchen and and i was listening to scarlet hal. And he's at that what's that well. That's that's.
"intercon" Discussed on Some Would Play
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"intercon" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"intercon" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
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This is marketplace. I'm car resolve your role. Seventy two big issues on executive order. There's a whole lot of stuff that gets lost in the shuffle. We talked about some of the big ideas of the tops to deepen kate. I but the biden administration has also taking aim at at least one very small thing that a lot of americans rely on physically small perhaps but socially and psychologically huge hearing aids according to the white house just fourteen percent of the forty eight million americans who have hearing loss use hearing aids partly because they are so expensive. So marketplace's amy scott explains what the biden administration's planning to do about that. Dominic corvo has struggled with hearing loss. Since he was a kid couldn't afford hearing aids by the time he was thirty. It was affecting his performance at work. The joke was has always sit in the front. And because i'm a go-getter but it was really because i wanted to hear what was going on. Finally his employer bought him a pair. I believe we got me into more. In the more rooms. In the more meetings in and was invited to more stuff when i realized was those so much that i missed untreated hearing loss can lead to depression and accelerate cognitive decline but most insurance doesn't cover hearing aids and the average cost is more than five thousand dollars for a pair. Kate car is president of the hearing industries association. She says that cost isn't just for the device. You're buying the services of that professional your test. You're screening your fitting the follow up. But the biden administration says people with mild to moderate hearing loss. Don't need all those services and over the counter sales could open up competition right now. Just four companies control almost eighty five percent of the market. Congress had already passed a law allowing over the counter sales. Today's order asked regulators to issue the rules to make that happen within one hundred twenty days. Roberta clark emeritus professor at boston. University says high end audio company bows just got approval for prescription free hearing aids for eight hundred. Fifty dollars a pair. That's a huge difference in price but it won't solve another challenge preventing some people from using them stigma and no president. Stroke of the pen can fix that. I'm amy.
"intercon" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"You're a loose whore but when you're doing this you want to feel around and see which way your hand is gonna slide in best. A lotta fisting books. A lot of many fisting books. Are there out there. Recommend going in with your palm up. But i usually find that my palm easier if my thumb is facing paul down method so you lose radical. It's it's a new way of thinking about fisting So you this. Before you try to get your. It's good to experiment to yes. Joey explained how we how how to fist. Because fisted a guy. I don't know fisting a pussy and the acid The same thing but basically you You slip a couple of fingers and then you make a duck Type hair right before you make a fist. Which goes back you good. I think i'm actually bruce by. You're just thought she's got a bruised g-spot spot and tell you this girl is bruce like her tits are black and blue. I don't know what she's into but it's a kinky scene man side about the bridge and the whole bridge does not surprise me. And before you do that you're gonna make the duct shape. Oh yeah the ducks shape your hands. Yes this a good student and if you if you get to here and you find that the muscles are really tight. And you're having a hard time flipping and now it'd be a good time to introduce much the face the vibrator or another form of clitoral stimulation. Everything about this video is is just weird. They're in a classroom setting. There are literally people sitting down in desks watching this This woman who's fisting has a runny nose the vibrator for another form of clitoral stimulation and you can also open enclosure. Hand like this to try to loosen up the muscles tight when you get to this point. Just keep fucking best for awhile and lucifer surrender. No gory art van. You did not call on you. I just said never surrendered. Shut up all right. Let's get a few more pussy fisting tips and then we'll get into the news as soon as you go in just to wait for minute. Is this a rule as it is fucking common courtesy. Your jimmy fist intercon letter get used to it and not start going in and out right away. There's lots of different techniques that you can use. Then i'll demonstrate with this hand. I like to. I'll be doing insider at the same time. I like to try and open and close my hand like this. And because her pussies so fall like our pussies a puppet almost you have your fist shoved in their movement is going to be really noticeable to her so while this looks like a smart move. Can you feel it here squishy. I'm going in and out a little bit at the same time. And the other thing i like to do is rock my fists up and down like this against the front and back walls fist pumping in back all right. Let's just fast forward a little bit here. There's a good chance that you're going to get a hand cramp from the walls of the china bearing down on you during the orgasm. And if you do get ahead cramp stuff to take it. You cannot take your fist out abruptly time squirting all over the place is i will say this Hearing a girl get fisted hotter than hearing a guy. Get fist though. Yes yes i. I know this audio by heart. I've played it so much on the on the program. There's like thirty minutes of this. And i could probably recite every second of it all right. That was getting to the crazy bizarre twisted known as sweet. Yes i would like to remind you that. I'm always looking.
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"Log or something you know he's octa. We called intercon. Dre it works. It's working great. You can get the best of both worlds so you can have the cohesion of the larger group where you support one another. And there's a lot of ideas and resources but then you get that tight knit smaller group mentality. I had paul rosenberg run out of time. I get all this stuff. That i had paul rosenberg on and he was talking about. You know it's gonna come down to this. But based on what. And there's a word i had to look up khalil. Which means family you know. It's kinda love. It's a greek word for family. Loved the off. And i'm wondering in these groups of eight. Are they kind of families. Are they really close. High school friends kind of thing or they just kind of you know. Hey i like your truck and you like my bumper. I mean what you know. How do they break up. It's just it's whatever it's not concrete times it's geographic proximity but some of the groups tend to have similar culture like there's some of the smaller groups that are a little bit more hippie. There's some of them that Liked to garden right. And there's some groups that are few families that are combined so it's just really whatever floats your boat. Okay so is there some place to go your freedom cell structure. They just kind of am in. I joined the telegram. Or i got my own banner that i fly off my general li i mean what freedom cells dot org. We built two websites actually down right now as we speak or actually maybe it went back up last night but we gotta sweet website where they can make little groups and yeah the sites backup free themselves out orders over twenty one thousand eight hundred twenty seven people participating so you just put little group there on the website and it's kind of like a forum but it's all geared towards action and then telegram is super popular so we have this really big freedom cells directory broken down by continent than country than state and local area. And then here. In austin we meet once a month maybe once every two months the larger group of really cool. Full hippy. music. Venue dan spot. So yeah. who's that up. There isn't it. Somebody janine Donahue's that ring okay. Okay we'll get to you later jack. Yeah i thought it might be Aka derek bros. So how busy are you guys doing. All setting this up as he got pretty automated kind of takes care of themselves. Send you the video. You throw it up in turn or having how how how much organization you gotta do. It's pretty nuts. We co team me derek. And ramiro that are co co producers and then we have some volunteers we have some teams were working with richard grove and tommy unlimited a little bits. And they're helping. They helped me immensely. I d three tech summit. Decentralized distributed disruptive technology summit so as we go. We're trying to systematize it more. I'm trying to bring some of what. I've learned in my entrepreneurship and apply it to this activism so things can be a little more orderly and we can scale without losing our minds but we are losing our minds a little bit all the time. So what is necessary when you start feeling that you're getting stretched too thin time to split up more or something or delegate and you got the structure set up to do that so how does it splinter replicate across the planet. What's your idea for the greater reset. Everything you know we got you. I mean i could sit here and pontificate about what's coming. I want you to tell people what's common man. What are you prepping for. Well i think technocracies come in and there's going to be more social pressure and more little. They're trying to pull strings to pressure people into taking the vaccine and doing the immunity passport and stuff. So that's what's coming and what we need to do now. Do is double our efforts to to break away from that building. Our own alternatives alternative travel systems alternative communication. We already got alternate currency thing down pretty well with crypto currency and i think really what's pivotal pivotal for people to purchase land and start building intentional communities. And what i want to see is a confederation of intentional communities that stretches across entire continents we trade amongst ourselves we have mutual defense compacts We build our liberty that alter art art. I'm with you brother right up until this mutual defense thing i'm gonna be an zona. We're getting land the whole goal of this whole thing. We get down to the bus literature into the year. We're kind of okay. We get it boomer there. Then i got mutual defense now. Who did something stupid. I got to go defend. Now see my point. So nobody's gunslinging. I'm just overseen like a picture. Like i want us to have our own not a nation state but a nation of freedom people and defenses part of it so we can't be naive. That's not an element of the civil society. I need to know what that means. you know. i'm signing up for what that's why i need. This contract is community thing this deal. I want to see the deal is be written out. The deal is there are some know booker. People are following anything. Just take care of your eight. I'm just jabbing you projected into the future. There's no contract now or compact. I think those are some things that are going to be needed in order for us to try to talk about. That's that's one thing i'm for. Maybe squeezing they're all the host a little. Sit down live forum. Not the bus of i wanna talk about. Get act this all the answers. We don't really know what the hell we're doing. We're just out though. No you stars. What's begun half done. I mean your your way aboard half done. So i'm going dark. Oh i'm with you. I'm coming i just. I just want to be buddy. I wanna know. I don live the rest of our life on land with certainly ready for family. And then there's other people. The community liberty community rebuilt those kipper decades daughter. And i have be or why you know. I got mine who i worked there. How wow the sort of. I really don't because.
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"There wasn't very many voluntary address. It was all like political activism and confusion or and like philosophizing about murray rothbart and stuff and so this was early autumn. Like there's so many people that don't want to participate in the state but they still do myself included right and a lot of that has to do with fear and coercion. So i kind of centered in on the concept of strength in numbers. Well what if we had ten thousand or a hundred thousand or million people all on the same page. We organized ourselves and we just opted out. And that's how. I came up with the freedom self concept i learned about Bob dole work The book flourish and him in this guy. John david versa. They did much research and found that eight people's the optimal number of people to have maximum creativity so like well. What if we start these small groups of around eight people we call it an inner cadre get to work on goals. Mutual aid mutual defense gardening food storage cryptocurrency encrypted communication right and this is like your little cadre guys just link up trust one another. Do cool shit together. Pull the kids out of school home school the kids together or whatever then from there you link up with seven other intercon dre groups. Now you have eight middle khadr as we have eight inner cadre as we call that middle cadre stretches across the city or whatever then you link the middle khadr as to form a medical dre. This was an idea. I had two thousand fourteen. Two thousand fifteen didn't podcast. Did some speeches. First speech was at libre topi. You're probably there over in san diego and we had one inner contrary. Group centered around our property. That we that we showcased on sovereign living that ended up falling apart because of infighting i was living in poverty. After that we lost our little farmstead it was put a big strain on me and catherine's relationship and i started. I lean back into entrepreneurship. And it's like. I can't raise these kids in poverty as hell. We got the electric turn off so on and so forth. I talked about the idea here. And there derrick rose picks up the ideas like this is freaking great. I love me some john bush. I love this idea. He takes it and spreads like wildfire turns into a global thing. They build this cool website and so fast forward several years to twenty nineteen. There's like a thousand people. Participating they register on site for themselves dot org. And now i'm like okay. My businesses starting to take off. Things are good. I think i got some energy to go back into activism. I was always doing little things here there but it wasn't like full time like when we knew each other back in the day. We're gangbusters about it. And i was like i got some energy to go back. Derrick rose kind of took this ran with it. there's some momentum now let's go back and then covid nineteen happens. More specifically the government response to covid nineteen. We go from one thousand participants to ten thousand participants. Then we do the greater reset now. We got nineteen thousand. People organized globally participated in this freedom cell network all across the globe. There's a huge contingent in australia. God bless them. They got their work cut out for. There's folks in indonesia south east asia south america mexico. Uk and. it's just a bunch of people coming together now realized after two thousand seven two thousand eight ron paul campaign like guy a million votes. I don't remember the exact number but police shit. There's enough people that are into these ideas now mind you. A bunch of them were like constitutional conservative republicans. Now trump people and a bunch of our libertarian. Friends are trump folks to god. Bless them but There were so many people like if we organized ourselves and stopped like messing around online and go into republican conventions and stuff and started building new institutions property. Yeah they'll buckminster fuller quote and that's what we're doing like i said there's nineteen thousand people people here at this vantage part of freedom cell network. It's super super groupie and it's growing and a lot of people are getting a lot of value and finding a lot of details of it so the greater reset a minute before the break. So tell me the greater reset what. How did that manifest itself what what was happening. Well the world economic forums doing this great reset. Totalitarian panopticon society fourth industrial revolution blockchain used forbade slavery typesetter lincoln blockchain or the ground. That's right and so we were like. Hey you know the whole you know the online space and all the conspiracy theorists and liberty people were going to focus all our energy on. What are they talking about at their meeting right. 'cause they'd use davos meeting the world economic forum said rather than focusing on the problem. Why don't we just co opt their messaging the great reset will call it the greater reset. And we'll do a whole week of speeches. Talks workshops all focused on solutions to we called it the greater reset activation. And it's all about getting activated inspiring people encouraging people giving them tips tools and strategies so they can opt out so they can build society in new. So we can flip the script and rather than focus. On centralization we focus on decentralisation were concerned with the With the environment as well rather than do cap and trade carbon tax. We wanna do permaculture. Decentralized food production systems local resilient economies going pirate. That's right we're on. Pirate all the way above the grid baby. This has been. Oh yeah. you're always rocking that shirt. I love that shirt stains under the pit and everything on rock and it still you some new new ones. You know this is when we come back. We'll talk about you. Know the future of this where this is going. There's a lot of other efforts but it's it's kind of this patriot thing. There's a list of we got a list. it's more party gets co opted. It's always the co option. Because it always does. We'll this we'll find out crimes of the crown by captain mark. The crown cast the world in shadow and claims to be our guiding light cowards clamor for security from boogeyman and ghost stories. Well i say these hobgoblins are imaginary. I say propped up as our liberators are now subsisting. On our bondage. I say there is freedom in the black. And that's exactly where we intend to go. The crown banishes its own officers for exposing its crimes and tortures dissidents to the brink of madness it dominates the globe and swallows the wealth of generations leaving only blood and excrement the crown calls it piracy to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come for us to define the conduct among pirates. I say the crown has trampled our necks long enough need decentralized solutions to centralized problems looking for a community of like minded scoundrels or just want some swag to let the crown know what you think of it. Join the conversation at pirateswithoutborders dot com. We won't be hard to find. This is the onion in review. A study finds that americans need six hours of uninterrupted sleep at work in order to leave the office. Feeling refreshed and alert leading andro chronology told reporters that more and more people are pulling dares and drinking coffee just to keep themselves awake for meetings and conference calls and that in order to be properly arrested. Employees should arrive at work. Check their email for a few hours and b. sound asleep by eleven thirty. Am at the very latest in order for the bite of properly function. Adults need to make sure that they're well rested and they're not saying too late at work. The lord our god divine creator and ruler of the universe announced wednesday that he does not consider human beings his most impressive creation saying instead. That mountains are categorically superior in every way claiming that mankind was a good creation and worthy of praise the deity explained that human beings simply pale in comparison to the slopes valleys and sheer magnitude of a snowcapped. Twenty thousand foot mountain ended. Well all humans eventually grow old and die mountains. 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"Well W 306 today. Rocky and Eddie all there'll be all kinds of hijinks, then It's the average American in for the Great American Great to have you with us. I'm sure you're aware of what's going on along our southern border. It is ah 1 80 from what the Trump administration did. For the last four years in a 3 60 back to where we were under President Obama. And whether you agree with what is happening right now, or disagree with it. There is no I think Disagreement on this. A lot of the people that are coming into this country are not being tested for covert 19. We are in the middle of a pandemic. And it seems as though There are thousands being released not knowing exactly what their health is. Not knowing exactly whether or not they're carrying the covert 19 virus. Todd Benjamin has been on my show before he is. Ah, very loaded man. He is a senior national security fellow at Center for Immigration Studies. He is the author. Of America's covert border war. America's covert border war. And he joins us here on 700. W well, w to talk about what's going on on the seven on the southern border. Really? I mean, Todd, Thank you for it really is. Ah, It really is a war Is it? Not? Yeah, well, I mean, right now, it's uh, lost by the Republicans at the moment, but yeah, there There is construction is ended on the wall. And there are big gaps that the smugglers have found and are using already a couple of issues that are going on here, and I want to talk about the practical one. For you. And for May And for everybody else in this country that is trying to get back to the life they had over a year ago. They're trying to get past Cove ID try to socialize, trying to get back to work in person trying to get their kids back in school. This surge of the southern border has created chaos. In fact, it's there are several people who are well familiar with this that have either worked in the Trump administration or our eyes and food of feet on the ground down there that are saying the sum of these immigrants that air coming over the border are not being tested for covert and being let loose in the United States not knowing one way or the other. Whether or not they're infected with this disease. How could this happen? Well, Ah, correct. Correct your sources on one thing. It's not some of them not being released without testing. All of them are being released without testing. Border Patrol simply has no procedure in place for that sort of thing. They only have enough time Tolo, line them up. Get their identity by a Metrix and give him a paper for their release on their own recognizance. At which point they move on to bus stations, get on Busses and head to the interior. That's happening bus after bus after bus right now on the Texas border. Which then moved north into Texas cities like Dallas or San Antonio, and then they transfer onto Intercon and enter a state Busses. Greyhounds that had other parts, and some of them are flying. So hopefully the ones that are flying or getting a Teesta temperature check. But there's certainly just boarding planes and if they don't have symptoms that they're traveling around, that's the way it is. Doesn't it seem to you? It would have been logical that if you're going to go ahead and do this, if you're going to reverse the policies that have been in effect for the last four years That you would factor in whether or not somebody has got Covad coming into this country. How we can't leave this country without getting tested. Well, all of our policy up of us since March. 2 about last were last couple of weeks. We're very concerned about Hope of it. I mean, that was what the emergency title 42 expulsion policy was all about. Anybody that came over was immediately returned to Mexico under 42. And for whatever reason, that just sort of went to this for the wayside. Nobody's doing it anymore and under starting on the day after the inauguration S o. You know, I've got no answer for you. It's almost there. So There's somebody had gotten into the driver seat over in the Biden administration. And just took off. Well, it seems like it's it's Maura ideology over reality. I mean, it just seems like and there will a lot of different things, factors and people that got Joe Biden elected president of the United States, not the least of which a strong number of people on his side particularly left of him that want this. But it's just shocking to me that OK if you're going, if you're if you're going to walk down that road, you gotta have all your bases covered. You just can't open up the floodgates and say, Come on in, but that's what it looks like. It's it's happening and you have firsthand knowledge of this right. You were You were along that border less than a month ago, wants you. Yeah, Just a couple of weeks ago, I was in warez, Mexico, interviewing migrants and in El Paso interviewing Border patrol on the other side. And at that point, and in that particular sector, they were still doing title 42. You could sense that there was a big build up of frustration on the Mexican side. Bet they weren't being let in right now. But actually in other parts of the Texas border, they were being by that and it was all under comfort. And secret and nobody was talking about it. I didn't even know about it till I got back and I'll tell you something else. There is a good body of reporting now. That when Border Patrol finds Migrants who are exhibiting symptoms of covert. They just take him to our hospitals. They're filling up our covert wards that, you know, I think we worked pretty hard to flatten the line to keep those beds empty for American citizens. It's amazing, so that's happening to it. SSM a zing, and it's Startling that it's happening, But I suppose anybody was paying attention during the summer and the spring of last year. Knew that something like this might be coming. I think we had 10 million people. Living in the U..
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Tokyo raises Covid-19 alert to highest amid spike in cases
"In Zurich Seven, twenty, two here in London Tokyo has raised its corona virus level to its highest in response to the number of cases, spiking the city's governor held a news conference, in which he held aloft a red and orange card to colors, which indicate the seriousness of the threat, but I'll Tokyo Bureau chief Wilson joins me now with more welcome back view now I'm tell us what's happening where you are. Yeah. That's right Governor Koi K. Yesterday. raise the level to the highest level to read I. Think for most people in Tokyo. It's very difficult to interpret. It's a really symbolic system of guidelines that really don't. They have no binding force I think what people are really looking at is how the infection numbers doing and the news just coming in now they'll be two hundred eighty around two hundred and eighty record to stay, which would actually be a record for Tokyo. So I think that's the number that people will be looking at I. Think the governor. Qweik's alert system has has honestly not been that helpful. Those people don't quite understand what it means. The guidelines came out in May originally. When when the state emergency was lifted, they were revised in June and it's partly to do with the shift in in in how the virus is is affecting people now the first wave of ours with affecting more older people this time it's younger people asymmetric. And what governor? Governor quick as saying what we really need to focus on now is. Can the health system coke? So that's what these guidelines are referring to it. Saying is the health system on depression, which it seems that it is, and she said that the trying to secure I think nearly three thousand. That's people who have mild symptoms ever. Do we know where this the spread of the disease is coming from? You mentioned the fact that it is young people now who are turning up with positive tests. Yeah I mean they've certainly be mentioning a lot about nightlife small balls. 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We should be in the middle of the Olympics notwithstanding but. The central government has. been trying to boost domestic, tourism. It's come up against some rather understandable opposition hasn't at namely from those who would be receiving visitors from the likes of Tokyo where there. Is this this this outbreak? Absolutely I mean that's a campaign called the go-to travel campaign which the government launched, it was supposed to be August actually that started, but they've brought it forward to twenty second of July which should have been the long weekend that launched the the Olympics. It was supposed to be a holiday weekend. We don't know the Olympics, but we still have the holiday weekend and she. Has Launched his campaign, which will basically encourage people to trouble ever Japan? They'll be heavily subsidized. You've got money back on travel hotels from September. You'll get voucher to spend wherever you go, so it's. It's really encouraging people to move around on the reaction. It'd be very bright, mixed some areas already welcoming it that that very keen to get travelers, but some places. It walked in the north of Japan where they've had no cases. Just said now is not the time, but then don't particularly wanting this to happen, so. It really varies from from prefect prefecture, but I think there's lots of nervousness and I can say that I have traveled a little bit in Japan and the last couple of weeks and I can certainly say that people are not about through to see anyone from Tokyo coming into rural areas at the moment. Even if you're masked up that that very concern Tokyo is, the numbers are much higher than anywhere else and the loss of concerned about people from Tokyo. Particularly traveling around the country, and what is it? Do you think that will reassure people that? There are calls for stronger testing measures and tracing measures to be carried out. 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Alone, Together - A Covid Nurse's Story
"March twenty second twenty twenty. My heart is broken on Friday night. My worst fears were realized as I watched. My beloved patient are Evan. Take his last breath on earth. To other patients rush to his side with tears in my eyes I watched them instinctively placed their hands on his eyes and recite the Shema prayer. At Him and said goodbye I says holy soul entered the gates of heaven. That's like Gamaa. Normally she's in oncology nurse, but back in March, when covert I hit, Israel will head was one of a handful of nurses transferred to the new corona virus warded. Her Hospital shallots Nick Medical Center in Jerusalem. She worked day and night, following strict isolation protocols that meant among other things wearing full protective gear in ministering care via video intercon's. She was often frightened as were many of her patients. One of them was eighty eight year old Alliott Evan who on March Twentieth Twenty Twenty, sadly became Israel's first covert casualty of at home shallots. They will show Lime Methuselah Hullah Evan Evan Bench morning. Wish antisocial anyhow by Damon Asoka de Corps F. When she'd come home after a shift, a hell would often sit down at her computer and recount her experiences on facebook those posts and will link to a bunch of them on our site. Read Lak- diary. This is her reading the post she wrote right after he passed away. I know what the next step is, and I'm already dreading it. Traditionally when a Jew dies, there's a series of rituals including washing the body that take place, but hunter the now with covert. Everything would be different missile heavily. The Ministry of Health has prepared us with instructions on how to deal with disease covid nineteen patients. We are the first hospital in Israel to implement this protocol. Similar to casualties of biological warfare, our treatment of the body needs to be done in a way that will not endanger us. Because of this there can be no purification or Tahara process. This Jewish. Ritual is sacrificed to protect us and everyone else who will come in contact with him? Me and the other nurse Mahal are responsible for identifying him for burial. will be the last ones to see and care for him physically. My dear Aria. You survived the horrors of the Holocaust immigrated to Israel. Established DEMOC deficit family, and your extraordinary journey ends here in this new word. We hoped we would never have to open. The circumstances of your hospitalization did not allow for your loving family and caretaker to be by your side for us in them. This was heartbreaking from the outside monitored you as closely as we could. We were an off as we watch the other patients care for you, keep you company and help you. However they could. They did not want you to ever feel. Are Yet, I wanna ask you for forgiveness. I'm sorry for how we were required to handle your body. We did our best to preserve your dignity and respect you based on the circumstances I know that it was done to protect us. It was a tremendous food and honor to care for you. When you're a final days, you've touched my heart, the staff and the patients that surrounded you. I know your life would spire the rest of Israel as well. Go to your resting place in peace. Look out for us from about. That fishermen witter no homage Caversham Madam Linda Goal highlights me live Gra, Helga Mar.. A few days later, she posted again this time about two moments one of extreme grief and the other extreme beauty march twenty, eight, twenty twenty. It's been only two weeks since my first shift and Koetter the COVID, nineteen word, and in many ways feels like an eternity. As panic and uncertainty, keep escalating around the globe for me. Personally the pressure and anxiety are quickly building up and it's nothing short of overwhelming. In the span of two weeks, the number of patients in my unit has quadrupled and keeps growing the everyday experiences in the word taking an emotional toll on me. On Friday, a daughter of a critical patient walks into our operations headquarters. Since no family member can go inside the unit. She has come to say goodbye to her L. Father through the video intercom system. She asked me to hold her phone and record their interaction. As I watched her cry and talked her father through a screen I have to physically turn my head to hold back tears. This is heart wrenching to watch I cannot even begin to imagine what it's like for them. At six thirty PM with thirty minutes left until the end of May shift. I'm rushing to finish my last tasks inside the unit. At this point, the moderate patients have all congregated in the middle of the word to do Tabet. I soon realized it's the only permissible Mignon in Jerusalem right now people from all walks of life and across the religious spectrum are singing and rejoicing together as bring in. I! I'm blessed to be witnessing the scene of unity and. I. I already know this. Coming Week is going to present more challenges physically and emotionally, but I know I'm not alone. We're in this fight together. We're going to come out of this stronger and more united as a nation than ever before to stay strong instead home God bless.