40 Burst results for "Irish"
A highlight from Bitcoins Full Potential Value with Jesse Myers
"This sounds crazy, and I get that, $10 million per Bitcoin is what this resulted in, and I think it's kind of conservative in its estimates, and that's crazy. Good morning, everybody. How are you all doing? It is raining here in Bedford. It feels like it's rained every day this year, it's a nonstop rain. Anyway, it was a late night, I went out to watch Railbit for last night, and it won again. Still top of the league with a little gap opened up, as MK Irish were not playing. That's our men's and ladies' top of the league. And listen, if you've got nothing on this weekend, on Saturday before the football, we have got a Bitcoin meetup, and we're going to be joined by Robert Breedlove. Yes, I am getting Breedlove in Bedford, and we're going to do a meetup before the game. Talk about Bitcoin, money, a few other things. So come and join us, that's from 12 o 'clock at McMullen Park in Bedford. There will be pizza, beer, and soft drinks provided. Anyway, welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the massive legends at Iris Energy, the largest NASDAQ listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host Peter McCormack, and today I have Jesse Mayers, aka Crocius, from OnRamp Bitcoin on the podcast. Now in this interview, we get into his article, Bitcoin's full potential valuation, and we discuss what is causing Bitcoin's value appreciation and just how high it can go. Now, it was a very interesting conversation, and I've been following Crocius on Twitter for a long time now, and I really like his writings, so it was cool to get him finally on the show. Now, if you've got any questions about this or anything else, then please do hit me up. You can reach out to me as hello at whatbitcoindid .com.
Fresh "Irish" from Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"European stock futures are pointing lower as we head towards the start of the cash equities trading session. Euro stocks 50 futures down by three tenths. FTSE 100 futures and Cat Caron futures are both down by two tenths of one percent. In Asia we have seen some gains in markets. For example in Australia and South Korea but the Hang Seng and Hong Kong down by one percent. The broader MSE Irish Pacific Index is a quarter of a percent higher. The dollar is weaker again for a fourth day as we look at Wall Street futures now pointing lower. M S &P &E E stand by a tenth. To our top stories Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend a cease -fire until Thursday morning as freed hostages continue to arrive in Israel. Under the initial deal Hamas agreed to free 50 captives in exchange for the release of 150 Palestinian prisoners. The extended truce is now expected to sustain the daily ratio of hostages and prisoners released by both sides. Israeli Defense Forces spokesperson Daniel Hagari says the war must continue
A highlight from Jeremy Stahlnecker
"Welcome to The Eric Mataxas Show. Did you ever see the movie The Blob starring Steve McQueen? The blood curdling threat of The Blob. Well, way back when, Eric had a small part in that film, but they had to cut his scene because The Blob was supposed to eat him, but he kept spitting him out. Oh, the whole thing was just a disaster. Anyway, here's the guy who's not always that easy to digest. Eric Mataxas! Folks, welcome back. It's always a joy to speak to Irish people in general, but when you get two of them, it's unbelievable. I have two friends, the journalists, Phalom McAleer and Anne McEnany. Anne, did I get it right? McElhenny. McElhenny, are you sure, though? Anne McElhenny and Phalom McAleer, I love you, too, and you're always doing great things. Welcome back. Thanks so much for having us. Phalom, what are you guys up to this time? You guys are really, you're very clever with the things you do. There's a photographic exhibit. I think we should talk about that. Yeah, so we've, you know, we've covered the Kermit Gosnell story really since it broke in 2013, 2012. As you know, we made the movie. We wrote the book, which was a New York Times bestseller. We did a play on it. We did a podcast, a top rated podcast. But as part of our investigations, we came across the crime scene photograph. Some source gave us the cry. All the crime scene for not everybody knows what we're talking about. So briefly, tell my audience who is Kermit Gosnell, because there are people listening today that haven't they weren't listening six months ago or a year ago when we were talking about this. Well, Kermit Gosnell was is America's biggest serial killer. He was an abortion doctor in Philadelphia. And also was selling opioids, opioid prescriptions. And he was his clinic was raided by the DEA and the FBI because he was selling drugs. And they find a murder mill. And he is America's biggest serial killer. He murdered babies born alive. He murdered or he killed several patients, several female patients. He was a monster, but he was allowed to kill in plain sight because he had abortion clinic above the door. And the bodies kept coming out and the authorities wouldn't look behind that door because he was protected by the sacrament of abortion, the leftist sacrament of abortion. So we've kind of made it our job as journalists to really show this story for what it is, try and understand what happened and how it was allowed to happen. Much more important. So as I say, we've written these books about it. Made a movie about it, starring Dean Cain. But we have these crime scene photographs which are show evil and show the banality of evil as well. They show every aspect of his operation from the clocking in where they have to clock in with the cards, wishing people happy birthday. And then there's bits of it that are more explicit. So we thought, you know, the left are always doing photo exhibitions about Gaza refugees, about climate change, about, you know, all these victims, refugees, all these kind of things. This is a big tradition in America of crime scene photos being used as exhibitions, as works of art. And we thought, let's do this. Let's make, let's bring this to people because the great thing about crime scene photographs is they're taken for evidence in a courtroom, not pro -life, not pro -choice. They're neutral. They were never challenged by either side. They're factual. And people need to see the facts before they make up their mind. Where is the exhibition? So the exhibition is happening in Columbus, Ohio. And the reason why we're in Ohio is that there have been, since Roe v. Wade was overturned, there have been six ballot initiatives. Three of them were pro -abortion ballot initiatives. Three of them were pro -life. But in every case, the pro -life side lost. So Ohio, in on the 7th of November, there will be another of these ballot initiatives. And it's a very, very extreme ballot initiative. It's actually, what it's going to do is going to enshrine in the constitution of Ohio that you can have an abortion up to nine months. So it's very, very extreme. And people are being asked to vote on that. That's why we decided to bring this exhibition first to Ohio, where people need to be educated. And, you know, as Phalen said, these photographs, these are unimpeachable. These were shown in a courtroom, and no one ever challenged them. Neither side ever challenged the veracity of them. So, you know, because a lot of times I think the pro -abortion side can say that they feel that photographs are shown have been tampered with, that the pro -life movement have, you know, photoshopped. Well, no one's photoshopped anything here. These are very raw. And as Phalen said, you know, some of them show the banality of the workplace. But further into the exhibition, you know, as you walk in and you make a choice in this exhibition, we've been very careful about that. As you walk through the more extreme photographs, which are the photographs of the remains of the babies that were discovered on the premises the night of the raid, 47 bodies were discovered that night and brought to the medical examiner's office and, you know, posed and photographed so that doctors could make an evaluation of how they had died. We have those photographs, those kind of more explicit photographs, we have them shrouded in, you know, with a curtain, with a black curtain, also to show reverence for the remains. But people have been very, very moved. I mean, we've just had, somebody came to the exhibition yesterday, an actor who said, if only I knew then what I know now. And he wept in the room where he was looking at the photographs of the dead babies. Where in Columbus, Ohio, people are interested in seeing this? I know it's only up for another day or so. So what is the, is there a website where people can look this up? Yes, they can go to evidencetheexhibition .com, evidencetheexhibition .com. It's in the short north area of Columbus, Ohio. But the address, the specific address is there, evidencetheexhibition .com. And we would really welcome people to come. We are, as I said, open until Tuesday, until the day of the vote. People have already started voting, by the way, in Ohio. And it's extraordinary what people can tell themselves. But the lies that are being told by the pro -abortion side need to be answered with truth. And the truth that this exhibition shows is that people went to Gosnell. Lots of people went to Gosnell. He ran a very lucrative business. And the people who went there were six and seven and eight and nine months pregnant. So it's real. And it happened. And it went on for decades. And Pennsylvania allowed it to go on for decades, despite the bodies piling up, literally the bodies piling up and the complaints piling up. And this is what Ohio is welcoming in. This potential is what they're welcoming in. But I also think that the pictures of the babies are extremely powerful. I know, Eric, I believe I've shared some of these photographs with you in the past. So I think you know what we're dealing with here, but they are in some ways, I mean, this sounds so strange, but they're almost exquisite. They're so perfect. And their humanity is undeniable. And I think the left and the pro -abortion side really liked to push this idea of the clump of cells. In fact, the Guardian newspaper not that long ago published what turned out to be really a very fraudulent image showing some kind of fluff that they were saying that that's really what an abortion looks like. And it's completely untrue. So as I said, these photographs are unimpeachable, and people need to be educated. And we would really like to bring this exhibition around the country next year in 2024. I think there's seven or eight of these ballot measures on the books already all over the country, Florida, Arizona, Pennsylvania, many, many states where they're going to be asked. And I've read recently, and I think I agree with it, that the pro -life movement fought very, very hard to overturn Roe v. Wade. But I'm not sure they were ready for the win, because now when people are being asked to make the decision, when the people get to vote, they're, as I said, six out of six ballot initiatives so far, including in three conservative states, were lost by the pro -life side.
Fresh update on "irish" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"This Musk extended is meets Bloomberg israel Netanyahu, Daybreak and here hamas for this Tuesday the agree world's to the richest 28th maintain man, a of November pause in in sits fighting down London to cut with as coming Israel's oil up more supply. today. captives Prime Minister Plus are in Hostage a released bid house to truce quell hunters one in four UK home buyers is securing a discount of more than 10%. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe on the 28th of November in London. That's all straight ahead on Bloombergradio .com Good morning from London. I'm Stephen Carroll. And I'm Caroline Hepker. Welcome to Bloomberg Daybreak Europe. Let's start with a look at the markets for you the Bloomberg dollar spot index a tenth of 1 % weaker this morning Extending its losing streak heading for its worst month since last November. This is traders turn more optimistic about the likelihood of Fed rate cuts the 10 -year Treasury yield holding at 4 .38 % after dropping around eight basis points yesterday. Looking at elsewhere in the currency markets the euro is a tenth weaker against the dollar at 109 .46 the pound at 126 .24 on cable the Japanese yen strengthening again today, too. It's just over 148 to the dollar now on stock markets European stock futures are a tenth of 1 % lower on On euro stocks euro 50 futures, FTSE 100 futures are also a tenth lower in Asia the MSC Irish Pacific Index is three tenths of 1 % higher than Hang Hang Seng though in Hong Kong down by eight tenths of 1 % Wall Street futures looking pretty flat at the moment now to our top stories Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend a ceasefire until Thursday morning read hostages as freed continue to arrive in Israel under the initial deal Hamas agreed to free 50 captives in exchange for the release of 150 Palestinian prisoners the extended truce is expected to sustain the daily ratio of hostages and prisoners released by both sides John Kirby is the spokesman for the US National Security Council this humanitarian pause has already brought halt to the fighting together a with surge of humanitarian assistance now in order to extend the pause Hamas is committed to releasing another 20 women and children over the next two days we would of course hope to see the pause extended further Kirby spoke after President Joe Biden said that he wanted to prolong the pause in the war which has killed thousands of people and inflamed tensions in the Middle East and beyond Elon Musk says he'd like to help rebuild Gaza after the war with Hamas the billionaire Tesla CEO the made comments in a conversation with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu whilst on a visit to the country his social media site acts those who are intended motor Muslim must be neutralized then The the propaganda must stop that is training people to be motors in the future and and then making Gaza prosperous and if that happens think I will be a good feature well I hope you'll be involved in it and I'd love to help. Musk's Israel visit to appears be an effort to diffuse a growing backlash over the billionaires endorsement of an anti -semitic tweet last week Operations including Apple and Walt Disney stopped advertising on X over concerns of increasing anti -semitism and hate speech on the site since he purchased it. Saudi Arabia is asking others in OPEC Plus to reduce their oil production quotas. Bloomberg's Anne Kate's reports. Saudi Arabia has been making a largely unilateral supply cutback of 1 million barrels a day since July and is now seeking further support from other OPEC Plus members but some countries are resisting. The 23 nation alliance faces pressure to intervene in crude markets following a 17 % drop in prices over the past two months amid plentiful stockpiles and a darkening economic backdrop. The oil market could weaken even more in 2024 with forecasts of a new supply surplus. In Washington, Anne Kate's Bloomberg Radio. Station in UK shops has fallen to a 17 month low as retailers fight to the Christmas period. The British retail consortium says inflation slowed to 4 .3 % from 5 .2 % in October. It's the sixth straight month that the trade association has recorded declines. However, the group lobby says there's no guarantee that inflation would keep falling with higher taxes and wage increases pushing up costs. Meanwhile, home bars in the UK are securing bigger discounts as more sellers cut prices. Bloomberg's Tiwa Adebayo has the details. The property portal Zoopla says the gap between asking prices and actual sale prices rose to a five year high in the first half of November. The average discount was 5 .5 % but one in four buyers secured a reduction of more than 10 %. The biggest discounts were found in southern England. In London and the South East the average was 6 .1 %. Zoopla says increased supply means sellers will have to price their properties realistically to attract interest. The news comes as the average number of homes for sale per estate agency has risen to its highest level in six years. In London Tiwa Adebayo Bloomberg Radio Radio Those are your top stories on the markets. Euro stocks 50 futures are two tenths of one percent lower MSCI the specific index is up by three tenths of one percent and the ten -year treasury yield holding steady at or .38 %. Now in a moment we are going to be looking at how the markets have been viewing a reversal of fortunes for the fiscal positions of countries in the euro area. Alice will Atkins have the details for us about that in just a moment. But this caught our eye. Of course we love words. The Merriam Webster dictionary has chosen its word of the year and that word is authentic. Interesting. This of course has been talking so much this year about the rise of misinformation, particularly on social media, the talk of where is AI going to be employed, making it harder for people to assess what's real and what's fake, particularly online. So Merriam Webster's editor at large says the line between real and fake has become increasingly blurred and as a result in social media marketing, being authentic has become the gold standard for building as well. Yes, so that's the word of the year. Other standouts though they say European, indict and coronation. It's practically a news review of the year via words really, isn't Yes, it? the things that you need to remember from the year that went by. Okay, so that's one of the stories that we're watching this morning. Let's get more details though now on our top story in the Middle East where Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend a ceasefire in war. their The two sides will pause fighting for an additional two days until Thursday morning. The initial four day truce the was first since the conflict erupted in early October when Hamas attacked Israel, which retaliated by bombing Gaza and reducing much of the north of it to rubble. Let's bring in our Middle East TV anchor Yusuf Gamal al -Din for more on this story. Yusuf, thank you for joining us. Talk us through the extension of then what's this truce been agreed then, to allow this to happen. So you pointed out that you get an additional two days. This is according to the Qatari foreign minister and the White House confirmed the agreement that the extended ceasefire is going to sustain the daily ratio of hostages. So it gets rolled over by two days and then that ratio which has been targeting one hostage from Gaza in exchange for three Palestinians held in Israeli prisons. But an extra 48 hours will mean that the world to a lot of the people in the Gaza Strip and in Israel but the question is what happens after? Yeah, exactly. What do we know about the conflict beyond Thursday? There is US pressure on Israel. What have the parties been saying? Well, the ceasefire has been, well the truth depending on what you want to call it, is delivering life -saving results the in view of the US president.
A highlight from John Calvin: The Teacher and Practitioner of Evangelism
"Romans, chapter 9, you could say here that the Apostle Paul is becoming very personal as we enter into this section of Romans. He is, in a sense, opening his heart to those he's writing to, and he is sharing with the readers of this letter the burden of his heart. And that becomes very apparent, okay? Listen to what it says. Romans, chapter 9, verse 1, It becomes very apparent, doesn't it, in those for his fellow Israelites to gain a saving knowledge in Jesus Christ. He writes in verse 3, I could wish that myself were accursed from Christ for my brethren, my kinsmen according to the flesh. Now certainly Paul would have realized that such a thing couldn't be possible for him to be accursed from his brethren, but he is just holding that out as an example and an illustration of how pressing upon his soul this burden was for his kinsmen. And there's no doubt about who he has in view here when he calls them his kinsmen according to the flesh, his fellow Israelites, in other words. He had a pressing desire on his heart for them to gain a saving interest in Jesus Christ. So much so it was as if he would cut himself off from Christ if that would contribute to their salvation. And though that couldn't be possible on Paul's part, yet I can't help but note that there is great Christlikeness in that statement because Christ actually could and did become accursed in order that we might be saved. Now we add to our reading here from chapter 10, if you would, in Romans. And here again along these same lines is this pressing burden on Paul's heart. Listen to what he writes, Romans 10 and verse 1, brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved, for I bear them record that they have a zeal of God but not according to knowledge. For they being ignorant of God's righteousness and going about to establish their own righteousness have not submitted themselves unto the righteousness of God. My heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved. And here again it becomes very apparent who he has in mind. He is not speaking here merely of spiritual Israel. We know that there is a spiritual Israel, that Paul will develop that very truth in the course of chapters 9 and 10, that it's not as though the Word of God has not taken effect. They're not all Israel who are of Israel, he writes in chapter 9. But his heart's desire, his burden is for his kinsmen after the flesh. And like I say, it's no doubt that they're the ones he has in mind because they were the ones that were ignorant of God's righteousness. They were the ones that were seeking, verse 3, to establish their own righteousness in their ignorance. And because of their ignorance and their futile endeavor to try to establish their own righteousness, they did not submit themselves to the righteousness of God. In particular, they failed to submit themselves to the imputed righteousness of God. I know I preached on this text in the past and I pointed out in Romans 10 and verse 3 that you actually find three different kinds of righteousness described in that verse. There is what you might call God's essential righteousness. They were ignorant of that. They were ignorant of just how righteous a God they were dealing with. Had they known, had they any clue of how righteous God actually is, they would not have thought for a moment that they measured up to that righteousness. But because they were ignorant of God's essential righteousness, they were deceived into thinking that they could establish their own righteousness. There's the second kind, self -righteousness. And you cannot gain your way into heaven through your own self -righteousness. That's largely the point that Paul makes in this epistle. And as a result of their ignorance of God's essential righteousness, their own attempt to establish self -righteousness, they failed to submit to the righteousness. And here's the third kind, you could call it the righteousness of the gospel, which is Christ's imputed righteousness, a gift of righteousness, a righteousness outside of ourselves that is imputed to us and received by faith alone, a righteousness that once received by faith gives to the believer a perfect standing with God that is as good and as secure as Christ's standing with God. Because it's his righteousness that is imputed to the believer and received by faith alone. Now, I won't take the time to develop the theme of God's sovereignty in these chapters. That theme is developed in these chapters perhaps more thoroughly than any other part of the New Testament, okay? I will only make the point that even though God's sovereignty is so emphasized in Romans 9 and then Romans 10, I suppose you could add Romans 11 as well, we see nevertheless that a right understanding of God's sovereignty does not quench a zeal for the salvation of souls and indeed it only contributes to it. And that brings us now to the topic that I want to cover from history. John Calvin. Of course, you are familiar, I'm sure you have heard of John Calvin. You're familiar perhaps with Calvin's Institutes. One of the great regrets that Dr. Cairns expressed to me one time with regard to his being in charge of the seminary is that he didn't require his students to read Calvin's Institutes. You should read those. Actually, I don't know if you're aware of this or not, you can actually get a reading schedule that takes you through Calvin's Institutes. You're familiar with Bible reading schedules? There's actually a Calvin's Institute reading schedule if you would care to take it and make your way through it and get through the Institutes in a year. But at any rate, I'm borrowing here now at some length from a book that Joel Beekie has written some while back. The title of the book is Puritan Reformed Spirituality. And in the third chapter of this book, he has a chapter that goes under this heading, John Calvin, Teacher and Practitioner of Evangelism. I love that title because Calvinists, you may be aware of this, Calvinists are accused quite often of not having any evangelistic zeal at all. If the whole thing is a matter of God's sovereign decree and predestination, well, God must not need you and God must not need me. The whole thing's going to come to pass in accordance with his decree. So what's the point of prayer and what's the point of evangelism? You ever heard those objections to Calvinism? I have. And really, and interesting to note that those that would level that kind of objection against Calvinism, if I can use that term, they must not be very familiar with what Paul has written in Romans chapter 9. One of the most Calvinistic chapters in all the Bible, so to speak, in that it reflects the theology of Calvin. I should say, it'd be truer to history to say that John Calvin reflects the theology of Paul, not that Paul reflects the theology of Calvin. But if you read through Romans 9, you can't help but see that Paul did believe in the sovereignty of God and salvation and Paul had a very heavy pressing burden for souls to be saved. The same could be said of John Calvin. He had a pressing burden on his heart after the pattern of Paul to see souls saved. Dr. Beeky notes here, to assess Calvin's view of evangelism correctly, we must understand what Calvin himself had to say on the subject. Second, we must look at the entire scope of Calvin's evangelism, both in his teaching and in his practice. We can find scores of references to evangelism in Calvin's institutes, commentaries, sermons, and letters. Then we can look at Calvin's evangelistic work. And you discover when you look at his evangelistic fervor, he had a real burden for souls to be saved. I remember several years ago listening to an LP vinyl record album. You remember those? Some of you would remember those. You might be old enough for that. They're coming back, I'm told. And anyway, this particular album was a series of recorded sermons from Bible Conference at Bob Jones University. And among the speakers on this LP album was Dr. Ian Paisley, who brought a study of John Calvin. Imagine that. It's a wonder they didn't yank him off the platform. But no, actually, John Calvin, or John Calvin, Ian Paisley and Bob Jones were the best of friends, theological differences notwithstanding, largely because of the stand that each one took against apostasy. Did you know that when Ian Paisley was in prison, he served a six -month prison term for protesting against the downgrade of the Irish Presbyterian Church. And while he was in prison, Bob Jones Jr. came with a party of folks from the university, and they bestowed an honorary Ph .D. on Ian Paisley while he was in prison, had the ceremony right there in the jail. So best of friends they were. But anyway, in this message by Ian Paisley on John Calvin, I remember him making the remark that you could find Calvin going door to door, knocking on doors, sharing the gospel with people, inviting them to come to Christ. So his theology was no hindrance to his evangelistic zeal. And in fact, that theology rightly understood should contribute to our evangelistic zeal.
Fresh update on "irish" discussed on Live From Studio 6B
"And I mean, even watching Biden today, we have a crazy town coming up, all over the day. But boy, I tell you, if you're working a nine to five and struggling and trying to keep I mean, we're all struggling, but just trying to keep food on the table and you're worried about your job and your relationships at your jobs. Man, I could see where you can become so unplugged that you have no idea what's going on, because honestly, I felt like that today when I start to look at what was I said to myself, I don't think I have any clue what's going on politically. I could see where you can get unplugged, Delgado, really easy. Oh, yeah. And that's something I think we've talked about before where, you know, because that that's something that I think we've attributed to people not knowing right now, not really being up to, you know, like you said, we we kind of live it. We're always in it. We're always looking around. We're always reading. We're always, you know, watching things. But most people have a life, you know, and their life consists of going to their job to and from maybe listening to music, catching some news, maybe grabbing the, you know, the the the traffic report and then working all day while while everything else in the world is happening. And then they come home and then they got to deal with the home stuff. Oh, am I am I picking up food? Are we making food? What's going on with this kid? We got to run this kid over here. What's happening with this over here at the house? Oh, my goodness. We got we need we need electrician for this. You know, life happens. So for everybody else that is, you know, not as tuned in as we are, they're busy. So, yeah, that's why, you know, you get so many people who who that's that's why in a recent poll, they asked liberal Democrats, what's the what's the death rate of covid? And they've most of them said more than 50 percent. Right, because they're detached, they don't know like stuff. Well, they can't break it down. Who died and is it really covid, right? It's not even that. It's just because that's all they've gotten. That's all they had time to get was a headline. I find out there, Damon, that what's good about it is what's good about what's going on is that when you go to like the bar and you talk to a working guy, the people who own businesses, small businesses, and they are informed, you know, and it's this, you know, element of the population that is not or they're misinformed. But I find that I can have an intelligent discussion with a few people everywhere I go, and they're really informed like they could do the show, you know, sometimes. So, you know, it's a mixed bag for sure. You know, I'd say the one thing that caught my attention, though, this is this is the one thing that did catch my attention politically this week. And I really I did not have a lot of politics in my life the whole week, not at Thanksgiving, not at the dinner table, not Friday, not Saturday, not Sunday. Obviously, today, when I started to get ready for to do this tonight. But the one thing that did catch my attention during the week and I actually tweeted about how important I thought it was, was Conor McGregor and what is going on in Ireland. Yeah. And the the the how out front he has been. And now, of course, the attack that he has now come under. Boy, I tell you, I tweeted about how important I was that the the champ was out in front on this and making his voice known. And he has he is not relenting, even though he has now come under vicious attack from from his own government now, who's now he's under investigation. But this this whole revolving door of migration has come to Ireland and he is no fan of it and he is no he is making no bounds about it. He has demanded a new immigration system in Ireland. And and when I say he is not relenting, just up to about 11 minutes ago, his tweet just came out. He said, have you ever seen the likes of this? Referring to a video that he he retweeted in Dublin of locals accepting busloads of unvetted, undocumented migrants into their community sound familiar? Oh, I think it does. He says, have you ever seen the likes of this? This, in my opinion, is a crime against the fabric of Irish society. Scared residents of a community watch on helplessly, yet still peacefully as multiple busloads of people are ushered into their community and blacked out buses in the dead of night. It's hard enough to secure your own base in Ireland as it is to think of people who have worked so hard and saved up to secure a home and a community to raise their children. And then out of nowhere, without any warning, multiple busloads of people and from the footage, all adult males are just swooning in silence. This is not good for Ireland. This is not good for the people who wants to experience this feeling. There is zero transparency throughout this entire procedure. People of this community are not told who these men are or why they are here. This is what I mean when I say we are at war. You cannot expect the people of Ireland to tolerate this. We will not. That is from 12 minutes ago from Conor McGregor, who continues to speak in the face of government, really targeting him in this. Well, after this really was this murder that really set him off. His first tweet that caught my attention was the one he said, no one's going to say this, but I'll say it. This guy should have never been in Ireland in the first place. The migrant was a parasite on the taxpayer and he murdered one of our own. And that's the tweet that got me got my attention. And he has not relented even in the face now of his own government launching a hate, a hate speech investigation into him. Delgado, have you slick? First of all, let me go to slick slick. Have you followed this story? Yes, I had the other story as well. He was speaking out about the hostage girl, the young lady, two from Ireland that was released, and they really didn't make much of a big deal about it. So I had that story coming up and I had been following him. He's been on fire. Absolutely. Yeah, yeah, he went he went after his own media as they tried to downplay. Oh, and they are obviously similar, similar to our media. What had happened in this situation? And he has not relented. He has called them out. Delgado, have you watched this? Yeah, I've seen a little bit of it. Again, it all stems from the knife attack from this. I believe it was Moroccan or Algerian. It was Algerian. And you know what? When I saw this and I saw the ensuing protest, the the otherwise peaceful, peaceful protest, because it was peaceful until they started rioting. But it was the fact that, you know what, we're seeing this now. But how long has this been going on? How many of these crimes have been going on that they don't talk about, that they don't want to publicize? But the people in Ireland and the people in those communities know full well what's been going on. But they see that it all just gets pushed to the side. Nobody acknowledges, oh, you know, oh, we can't say anything. They're going to say we're racist. Well, you know what? This has been going on for this kind of reaction to happen at it like that from from the stabbing means that this is a bigger problem and it's been going on a lot longer than we're just finding out. And it's like it's like in this country, it's a bigger problem. But most people haven't found out just yet. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Lots to do. Just getting started on a Monday. More on Conor McGregor and what's going on in Ireland. Other news as well. Sports news with David Zier, news with Delgado all coming up on a Monday live from Studio 6B. Glad to be back. We're back right after this. So. All right, live from Studio 6B on a Monday night, good to be back. Glad to have everybody back in the chat. All of our LFS 6B family, wherever you're watching. Hope you had a great week. Glad to be back on with you. Slick Rick's going to do some sports. David Zier's got some news. Rick Delgado's got news as well. We were talking about Conor McGregor. And when you when you think about McGregor in Ireland, and we've talked about in all of these kind of situations, and sometimes it only takes one voice, but it'd be hard. It'd be hard to press to find a bigger voice in Ireland, obviously, than Conor McGregor, someone who rose to enormous fame in Ireland, obviously through his fighting, his double championships in the UFC. First to do that, two different weight classes. And I believe he'll he'll be returning to prominence this year as he returns back to fighting this year. So, I mean, this is a guy who could probably run for prime minister and probably win. But putting that aside, he he has really spoken out not only about the events and this endless migration, this revolving door of migration, but even about the prime minister himself and about the media. As the prime minister the other day, this did this poor Emily Hand girl who was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists during the October 7th killing spree. And she was released. And the prime minister of Ireland tweeted this. This is a day of enormous joy and reliefs for Emily Hand and her family. An innocent child was lost, has now been found and returned. And Conor McGregor said she was abducted by an evil terrorist organization. What is with you and your government and your paid for media affiliates constantly downplaying, attempting to repress horrific acts that happen to children? You are a disgrace. The day after a stabbing of children in Ireland, not one paper had it on their front cover. We will not forget. And David Zier, I know you have a lot of insight to this whole thing, and maybe you could speak a little bit about that and speak to what it means to have someone of this stature really just not relenting on the prime minister, on the media and speaking for the people. I was there in 09. They love Obama. They were practically praying to him over there. It's a socialist country. They don't have the same type of constitution the United States has. And now they're arguing in the parliament to limit free speech. And the prime minister is very liberal. He ruled there from 2017 to 2020, took a break, served as like minister of transportation or something, and now he's back. Very liberal, the very liberal country. And I just wanted to point out that there's 83,000 Muslims in Ireland. And it goes back to 1959. The first Islamic society started way back then. I think they built a mosque, too, in the 70s. And it's a 30 percent increase since 2016. Right. So this all stems also from really quick. The European Union formed. Ireland was the poorest country in Europe. They benefited the most. So a lot of companies went to Ireland, a lot of tech companies, a lot of Brazilians, a lot of Indians. You go there, there's great Indian food. You know, I was surprised at the eclectic, diverse cuisine there. You know, it was it was a lot of fun. But then it then there was a Muslim immigration to there, which is problematic for Europe because it's a different lifestyle. Right. And people are speaking out. England's been like taken over in a way and London forget it. And it's not just because they're Muslim, but it's because of the practice and what's going on there. And the murders, the police can't investigate. They got no go zones in England. But in a nutshell, they ask for this. You know, they've been liberals in 1990. They've been importing a lot of immigrants into the country. And now they wonder why they have an epidemic of crime. And it's not just because they're immigrants. It's just the way it is. And Europe and every country in Europe and Germany and France and in England and in Ireland, they're having problems. And they're so liberal that they've actually it's it's like the US, what we're doing to ourselves times five. Right. And just like, you know, we have an open border. We're not vetting anybody. So I think and one last point, the PLO cooperated with the Irish Republican Army for many, many years. And Jerry Adams and all these groups. And they actually were behind an attack in London that killed somebody and maybe a few bombings. The PLO, they trained in Libya with Moammar Gaddafi's guys, the IRA, the Irish Republican Army. So there's a history here of being sympathetic to the Arab population and to Islam and to Muslims. But they're not vetting people properly. And they were afraid, you know, everything's kid gloves all the time. And they have more rights than the Irish people now, apparently. Yeah. So it sounds a lot like here it's basically globalist leaders. They're just importing these people. And like you said, Damon, and I saw the video, too, of these fighting age men, they're called right young fighting age men. They're importing all these foreigners who they know are never going to assimilate. That's how you end up, like David said, with these no go zones. We have them in Minnesota. Right. And in Michigan, where there are big Muslim populations and the police are like, they've been told to stand down. Don't go in there. They'll let them handle it. It's just it's just this is the downfall. You know, you import it yourself. You cause the problem. People who won't want to assimilate, who will do what they want. And they know there's not going to be repercussions because they'll just go, oh, you're being racist. And everybody will grab their grab their pearls and start screaming in the other direction. So this hey, you get what this is what you wanted. And now you've got it. Now you're like, oh, my God, look at this monster I've created. What do I do now? And they only represent one and a half percent of the Irish population here. The Muslim community is about three, three and a half percent. But it's just that, you know, they've they've walked into a bad situation.
A highlight from Gas Station Hobbies
"Hey guys, welcome to Mutually Codependent with Adam and Jen. I am Jen. I'm Adam. Welcome to the show today, guys. How is everybody? We doing stellar? I'm in a really happy mood today. That's good. I hope I don't fuck that up. We got a show today. This is the first time we've gone more than a week without recording. We skipped last week because we've had a couple extras and last week we just decided to take a break. So it was good. I'm feeling refreshed. Ready to go. But also for some reason not as prepared as usual. But I know that we are because we're doing exactly all the same things because we write it down. Yeah. Yeah, we do have some new things. It might sound a little different. I got these little preamp amps. So we're using an SM58, which is a dynamic microphone that's not a condenser mic. So it doesn't need power. But what this does is adds power through phantom power of the audio interface to raise by about 27, it says, decibels of clean gain. Phantom power preamp for ribbon and dynamic microphones. That's 27 decibels of clean gain. So if it sounds different, that's why I'm excited about it. It means that we can have the adjustments at like 50 % and still get good recordings as opposed to before we were at like 90 % and still getting buzz. And so I'm excited about that. So anyway, we have a strain of the show. Like every show. Yes, we do. And this is a new one. It's called Gold Cache. It is a THCA flower. It's 24 .2%. It's a good one. It's a good one. The Delta 9 is under the 0 .3%, 0 .2%. It is, we found some information, burst of euphoria with relaxation slash chocolate. It has a chocolate diesel flavor. Oh, the chocolate diesel flavor and a menthol aroma. Okay. Well, I did. So when I smoked it the first time, I did find like an unusual brightness to it. That's how I described it. But let's do it right now. We have these. Yeah. I'm surprised you haven't lit up already. Yeah. I usually like when you're announcing the strain of the show so I can just get there puffing away. Yeah, it's your turn. For the strain of the show. Yeah. So you have to do it. I'm doing it. I know you did. That's what I was saying. It was your turn. We did it. We did it. We did it. We did it. We did it. We did it. Hurray. We did some other things this week. You would think that I wouldn't know that song because I would refuse to let my kids watch Dora. I don't even know what it was. Bob the Builder? It was a Dora song. Oh, that's Dora. I don't know. See, I don't know. I guess I was able to like sit next to Ethan and let him watch things without me. What happened? I am using an Irish cream paper, like a hemp roll cone, and when I popped it open, it like exploded in my mouth. Oh, God. One of those popped into my eye. You know that, but I'm telling the audience, hey, one of those popped in my eye. Yeah. There's like three. I don't even know where the dog is. Is she here? No, she's not in here. Lily's with us today. Lily? You won't hear anything from her. No, she's a... She's quite quiet. A quiet kitty. Well, she's not a kitty. She's an adult. I don't know if this is going to work because it like popped a hole in the... Oh, that sucks. Okay, so we paused it, and I... I'm back with a fresh smoke. I filled a new one, and I had a chance to try this pre -roll, and then it went out because I was doing the rolling, but that's fine, so I'm going to light it again. It's gold cash, for those of you who forgot, because it's been like 10 minutes for us and 30 seconds for you, so... Five seconds. We wanted to talk about the things we're going to talk about, I guess. We wanted to talk about hobbies a little bit. We picked up a couple canoes the other day, or not canoes, kayaks. Kayaks. Kayaks. Oh, no. No. Canoe. So there's that. We've got a good story, I'm going to tell you, and that's fun. And I started some new meds, and we could mention it to take up time, or... And also, that shit you're getting at the gas station? Just stop. We'll talk about why later. So yeah. What... Jen wrote the subjects, so I'm going to let you kind of lead the way. I did. Like, hobbies, I feel... So, like, I've always had a few hobbies here and there. I haven't had a lot of hobbies, but I guess I say that, but I just... I've been so busy, like, as an adult, I feel like up until recently, that I... I mean, we're still busy, but the kids are getting older, so we have a little bit more free time. And I was just thinking about, like, this past weekend, we bought some used kayaks so we can start kayaking, because that's something we did in upstate New York while we were there this summer, and we had... And we both really enjoyed it. Yeah, it just was a really... It's very freeing. Helps you feel very peaceful and relaxed. When you're not worried about dying. Yeah. Yeah. So we got some kayaks off Facebook Marketplace. Adam's is really cool. It's like a fishing kayak, and he sits up on a little... It's a sit -on -top. Yeah, sit -on -top. A little chair. And they modified it to make the chair six inches taller than from the thing. And I think that's why I felt so, like, top -heavy, aside from the fact that I'm 300 pounds.
Fresh update on "irish" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"It's amazing what is happening in the West right now. I guess Argentina is the West-ish, but Argentina, the Netherlands and now Ireland. Eva Vlader-Dingerbroek continues with us. Eva, what's happening in Ireland? Walk through the details. This was largely covered up in Western media unless you were on Telegram or social media. Yeah, I mean, again, something that we see all the time in Europe, to be honest. There was a migrant who went about and targeted women and children and stabbed a few and injured a young girl, I think, of five years old. Very seriously, I think she's still fighting for her life. And this is something that is not new, you know, in Europe. You wouldn't ever hear about it in the media, but we see targeted stabbings, rapes, murders of young children, young girls, also elderly people by immigrant groups in Europe all the time. And the Irish have said enough. And they have gone out to protest in, again, I think, a very, you know, un-European fashion. But I'm very, very happy to see that some people are finally standing up against the invasion of our continent, against the sacrifice, I guess, of our people on the altar of mass migration. And I mean, you have this one Irish prime minister who vowed to change a very white country. And so is it possible that we're seeing in the Netherlands, in other countries, potentially even France as well? It looks as if, you know, that there's like a 40 to 45 percent populist nationalist contingent in France that just doesn't die. I mean, the the European story and Douglas Murray wrote a great book on this called The Strange Death of Europe is about 10 years ago. He says post World War Two that Europe was saddled with guilt and they had to try to figure this out. So basically the last 20 years, there's been this unprecedented mass Arab Muslim migration. And are we just finally starting to see the political response to that? But is it too late? Well, it is definitely too little. If it is too late, I'm not sure. I mean, yes, Europe has been, I would say, invaded by hordes of migrants who do not respect our national identity, culture, religion, all of that, as I just said. And not just have they been invaded, they've been actively imported by our establishment, right? This was all done willfully, all done to destroy our social fabric. And now there is a large group that is finally waking up. And like I said, the intimidation game seems to have lost its power. You know, the the the white guilt, the story of the Second World War being used against people who had nothing to do with that. You know, all of that has kind of lost its power. They've tried to label us as Nazis, fascists, you know, far right extremists for such a long time. But there is a point where you're thinking, OK, well, if I criticize the demographic change that we are seeing right now, if I criticize the fact that so many young kids, that so many women, that so many people are increasingly unsafe, are being stabbed in broad daylight in Europe, and that is not something that used to happen before, you know, we need to hold those people accountable. Well, then I'll just I guess I'll just take the label far right. And I think that that is finally happening in Europe because people cannot really unseen, you know, the consequences of mass migration anymore.
A highlight from Ep. 122 - Traveling Back to 1990: A Year of Iconic Music, Movies, and Events
"Well, here we are, episode 122, and on this episode I don't have the wrecking to tonight. Nope, only got one of them. The Professor, Lou Colicchio, me and Lou are going to tear it down. You see, Mark Smith evidently didn't pay his cable bill or his Wi -Fi bill or his internet bill because he called and said, I can't make this show tonight. I don't have service. Stop buying the wine and pay your bills, buddy. That's all I got to say, but he'll be watching on his phone. Thank God for 5G. Enough about him. Me and the Professor will be talking about the year 1990 and music and movies. People like that. So enjoy the show. Thank you, Amanda, for that wonderful introduction as usual. Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends. Welcome to the podcast. You know the name. I'm not going to say it. We're streaming live right now over Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Dlive, Twitter's X, X, Twitter, whatever it is now, and I have two screens up there. I have been scrambling all day. I have been scrambling all day. Let me get my chat set up here. Yeah, this has been kind of crazy. I just did the intro about, I don't know, 10 minutes ago. And about four minutes ago, I think Lou and Mark teamed up on me on this one. I swear they did. I think at that point they have a real comfort level that they can fuck with me. And I think because after I did the intro, you know, I'm setting up the studio, the virtual studio, and all of a sudden who pops up? Mark Smith from the Music Rollers podcast with his wine. He's a trooper. He's doing this on his phone for the podcast listeners. He's doing his like FaceTime thing on his phone and yeah, because he has five Gs. He can pay for that, but he can't pay for his internet. But Lou, who was supposed to be here, oh, I have laptop issues. I have laptop issues. Well, Lou evidently isn't a trooper like Mark is. What's up, buddy? How are you doing? Listen, can you hear me? I can hear you, yes. I sound like shit, but okay. I'll be on until Lou gets on and then I'll bow out. But, well, you know, yesterday morning, Lou called me first thing and said, hey, you want to fuck with Scott? I said, no, don't fuck with Scott. He's a nice guy. And Lou said, we got to fuck with him. Found him. Are you trying to pit me and Lou against each other? Is that what you're doing? Do you have an ulterior motive? Are you like an evil podcast genius that I didn't know about until this point? Are you? Well, just don't search around for me too much, okay? Don't do any deep dives on Mark Smith. So, real quick, how's everything going? Good? Going good, except I'm going to live for four or five days without any internet, which is kind of wild. Like back in the day when you had cable, it didn't matter. Hey, we're without internet. Now, when you don't have internet, you don't have anything. It's going to be a fun weekend, you know? You're like, what? I got a digital antenna. I'll watch some local stations. I'll watch Svengoolie on Saturday night. I'll, you know, read books, play some DVDs. There you go, like the old days. Excellent, man. And you sent me a text that you have one of those new -fangled digital antennas, right? Yeah, well, kind of new -fangled, but yeah, they're good. I tell you, the quality of HD on those digital antennas is actually better than getting it through cable or BIOS or whatever. They are pretty good, yeah. Look at this. So, Patty says, Patty, Asi, how's it going? Good evening, Scott and Mark. Good evening, Patty. April. April and Mark says, Mark Smith is a no -agenda guy. Oh, no, no, no. Do not let this guy below right here. Don't let that fool you, April. No, no, no. Yeah, he's a trooper. Okay. There's an agenda here somewhere. I know there is. There's a game playing play there. I just haven't found out what it is yet. I can't text Luke because I'm using my phone. Damn it. If you see me do this, all of a sudden, you know. You're texting on the screen. All right, buddy. So, I don't know what you have, but let me just, we'll jump right into the year 1991. And as usual, give me some of your excellent commentary as we go along. Right off the bat, January 8th, 1990, we start off with Irish singer Sinéad O 'Connor released her famous single, Nothing Compares to You. And then, what do you think the next line is? Oh, I can't remember. No, no. The next line, it says released her famous single, Nothing Compares to You, originally. Recorded, written by Prince. Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's like every fucking person in the world. How many times have you heard me say this? I fucking hate that. I hate that. Did you know Prince wrote that song? Did you know that? Did you know Prince recorded it and gave it? Did you know that? Shut the fuck up. Because you can't give a performance. You can give a composition, but that's a performance worth its weight in gold. It's a great performance. Fucking, everybody wants to be like, I know about music. That's like the worst party music trivia you'd ever fucking throw out there. I know. They feel brilliant. They're compelled. They feel compelled to say it. Anyway, I digress. Hey, Manic Monday was written by Prince. I'm sure if you record it, it wouldn't be the version that we all like. You don't hear all that, right? No. So as I said, a couple Sundays back, I saw Morrissey, my man Morrissey at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, the big guitar at Hard Rock Live. And he had come out originally after she died and lambasted all the fucking bandwagon jumpers that always feel bad when he basically said, you were the motherfuckers. These are my words. You were the motherfuckers. I don't think Morrissey talks like that, that caused her to go in that direction. You were the ones that canceled her. You were the ones that pointed your crooked finger at her and said, you're a heathen. You're this, you're that. And then when she passes away, unfortunately, they all praise her. They praise her. And he's like, no, no, no, no, no, no. I'm not biting. So he always does a video montage before his concerts. And the first thing he played was nothing compares to the video. And it was rather chilling, I have to say. It was rather chilling.
Fresh update on "irish" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Donald Trump is going to be the nominee. Ron DeSantis is throwing everything he possibly can. Nikki Haley is throwing everything she can. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on this primary, and we've said forever our position has been consolidate behind the main candidate. Consolidate behind the former president, who is an excellent president and will be again. The 2020 election was an insult and a drive-by shooting to the U.S. Constitution. And if we do not have a strong party that is doing the boring yet important work, the plumbing of the elections, we might just fall 2,000 votes short here or 3,000 votes short here. There are two stories here that should motivate us towards a specific line of action, and there's a lot of good stuff happening right now. A lot. Populism is ascendant in the West, in Argentina, in the Netherlands, in Germany. We're starting to see stuff in Ireland that we've never seen before. A tragic stabbing of a Muslim Algerian who went after kids, and the Irish are not putting up with it anymore. In fact, they're investigating Conor McGregor over speaking out against the government. We're going to talk about that story, but first to our own country. The Democrats are broadcasting their play. So I'm a big football guy. I have to say this last weekend was one of the best football weekends that I have enjoyed in quite some time. The Michigan-Ohio State game. Hard to say that was not one of the best the games of my lifetime, and I honestly I was pulling for the Buckeyes. Even the Northwestern Illinois game was excellent. The Oregon-Oregon State game. I obviously loved that outcome. By the way, this Friday, producer Andrew and I will not be talking to one another. It's the rematch. Washington and Oregon. We'll see what happens in Vegas. Not to mention the Auburn-Alabama game. Have you ever seen an ending like that? Fourth and 31, Jalen Millrow to the back of the end zone. Anyway, what if I told you that in football you knew the play the other team was going to run? If you knew for certain what the other team was going to run. Let's actually get that last play, the fourth and 31 by Jalen Millrow. I want to play that. Because if you knew exactly what the other team was going to do. If you knew they were broadcasting it and they showed it to you, hey, we're going to throw it to the back of the end zone on the boundary side. If you knew that, wouldn't that give you an advantage? Exactly how to scheme it? Exactly how to counter it? If you knew what Alabama or Auburn was going to do ahead of time. Now I know what some of you are saying, didn't Jim Harbaugh do that the last couple years? I'm not going there. In fact, we did a whole podcast on that. I think that Harbaugh, I got a lot of thoughts on Harbaugh, but I actually think it's over regulated. Point being is this, it does give you an advantage. It does give you an ability to be one step ahead. The Democrats are broadcasting clearly to us what their play for 2024 is. There is no mystery. They're not going to run on Israel-Hamas. They're running the economy. It is one play and they're telling it. Now mind you, sometimes in football, especially back when the good old Nebraska Cornhuskers played, they would tell you where they were running and they would still beat you. Nebraska said, we're going to run the ball up the A gap. We're going to run the ball up the B gap and you won't stop us. And they were right. They won many national titles. NBCNews.com abortion rights groups seek ballot measures in nine more states in 2024. They are telling us now before we get too cocky, because I'm starting to feel people say, oh, you know, they very well might. We're going to win. And Trump is up on these ballots. Hold on a second. Do not underestimate the power of the abortion issue in some of these states. If they are able to turn the abortion issue into a single issue election, we're going to be in some trouble.
A highlight from Scaling Bitcoin with Christian Decker
"How much of the sort of management burden, how much of the security burden can we take away from users while they are learning, while they are sort of reaping the benefits of using Bitcoin? Maybe they only become interesting once you've seen the upside. Hello there from Bedford, how are you all doing? How was your weekend? It's probably not as good as mine. I had an amazing weekend. We had two incredible results in the football. Real Bedford men won 5 -0 away to MK Irish in the FA VARs, and yesterday the ladies won 4 -0 in the FA Cup against Stevenage. Two incredible results. Both teams in the hat for the next round of those competitions. Incredible weekend. Great football. Very, very happy here in Bedford. Anyway, welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the absolute legends at Iris Energy, the largest NASDAQ listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host Peter McCormack, and today we have Bitcoin Development Royalty, OG Christian Decker back on the podcast for the first time in a very long time. Now Christian came out to London a couple of weeks ago, so of course I jumped at the chance to record with him. And so in this episode, we get into Christian's big project at the moment, Greenlight, and what it means for the Lightning Network and scaling Bitcoin, as well as the trade -offs between scaling Bitcoin and it being used in a sovereign way. So I hope you enjoy this. If you've got any questions about this, anything else, you know how to get in touch. It's hello at whatbitcoindid .com.
A highlight from Peachy Keenan
"Welcome to The Eric Metaxas Show. We'll get you from point A to point B. But if you're looking for point C, well, buddy, you're on your own. But if you wait right here, in just about two minutes, the bus to point C will be coming right by. And now here's your Ralph Cramden of the Airways, Eric Metaxas. Hey, folks, welcome to the program. Yeah, this is the program. Sorry, it's the best we could do on short notice. I have as my guest someone who's not going to give you her real name. Maybe we'll guess her real name. She goes by the name of Peachy Keenan. Get it? Peachy Keenan. She's the author of a terrific book called Domestic Extremist. Peachy Keenan, welcome back. Thank you so much. Great to be here. Remind me of the subtitle of your book, Domestic Extremist. Yeah. It's Domestic Extremist, a Practical Guide to Winning the Culture War. And in the book, I make the argument that the only way out of our current predicament is for everyone to become a little more domestic. I like to say I'm not a domestic extremist in the way that the left says. I'm just extremely domestic. So it's basically a how to book for aspiring trads, you know, have more have more grads. Like you're so you're so in that world that you have a hip, short term trad, people, like a mom and a dad, maybe maybe mom even cooks now and again, like that kind of crazy extremist stuff. Yeah. Crazy things like, you know, monogamous mating pairs, raising their own children. I mean, really meeting pairs. Hey, this is the family show. Please. All right. I'm very extreme like that. Yeah. OK, so you believe in the in the traditional family, like bigots, you believe that's right. Your family, you believe marriages between a man and one woman. Ideally. Yes. That's great. That's crazy talk. But that's the kind of it is. We like to talk about that. So you. That's right now. OK, so your book, seriously, you you you go by the pseudonym Peachy Keenan, right? Your last name, at least Keenan. Nothing to do with Keenan. I am a little bit Irish. But no, it's a totally made up name. I just I adopted it because at the time I started tweeting about politics and writing about politics. But I was my for my day job, I was working at a very large, very huge, woke corporation, an entertainment company in Los Angeles. So obviously, you know, some women's opinions are more equal than others. And so if I had come out under my real name on Twitter or at the American mind where I was writing, I would have been beheaded, you know, in the office. Right. Yeah. Well, OK, so so you're you're you're you're Internet name. No, you're you're pseudonym is right. He Keenan and your book we talked about the last time you were on. It's a practical guide to winning the culture awards called Domestic Extremist. I just love that title. Domestic extremist. But I by the end of the show, I'm going to try to guess your name. Is it? Let me just start out. Is it normal? Still skin? That is not my name.
Meet Lysette Golden, The Irish Gymnast Who Followed Her Dream of Joining the Circus
"Welcome back to another episode of recipes for success. Joining me today is wonderful Lisette Golden, who's flying high around the world literally and figuratively as a flying trapeze artist with a famous American circus. Lisette, you're very welcome. Hello, thank you. Thank you for inviting me on. Yeah, and I know we were chatting before we get started, but I know this is morning time for you because you're based in California, so thanks for waking up early and chatting with us. No problem. Yes, of course. It's a pleasure. So the team of this season's podcast is all around shattering success stereotypes and obviously I was saying there like you're a trapeze artist, an Irish trapeze artist, like that isn't something that you hear of that often and I know you just came back from flying trapeze in Peru. It's just really cool and really unique, Lisette, and I'd love to just understand a little bit more like how did you kind of get into doing that? Like what has been your journey to date? How did that happen? I know it's a great question. It was completely unplanned first and foremost, but in 2020 during the pandemic, during COVID, the first flying trapeze school was introduced to Ireland by now one of my best friends, Marri, Mariana Rampazzo, I probably said that wrong, oh my gosh, she always says I say it to Italian. She's Brazilian. So she opened up Flying Monkeys Trapeze in 2020, which was an outdoor flying trapeze rig and obviously it could go up outside because during the pandemic you could only do certain things outside. So, you know, it worked out perfect. So my friends were saying to me, are you going to try it? And I didn't want to because I knew if I did something like that, then I'd be like, it would ruin my life in a good way. I'd be like, I have to do this more and more and more. So my background, I was a gymnast growing up as a kid. I stopped training when I was like 17 and I was never super high level because gymnastics in Ireland is not, especially back then, back then, not that I'm that old, but it was like 2007, 2008, that time, but the quality or the standard of gymnastics is like compared to America. Like I wanted to be like, you know, American standard gymnastics, but it just didn't really exist in Ireland. And I was old as a gymnast and blah, blah, blah, blah. So anyway, I stopped training when I was 17, but I always sort of continued a little bit. Like I coached, I tried everything to try and fill, avoid that gymnastics sort of left. Like I did high diving, I did trampolining, and then like nothing obviously felt the same, but then I found aerial hoop, which is another circus kind of art form. It's like a solid steel hoop, it hangs from the ceiling. I love that. I love that. Like it's definitely my first love for sure. So that was like my gateway into the circus world as such. Again, in Ireland, it's not as, it wasn't as popular as it is now. Like it's a lot more popular now, which is great. So I did that. So I've always been sort of using my body and being in tune with it. And then, okay, so then Flying Trapeze came in 2020. My friend was like, you want to try? I was like, no. Then the day before it opened, it opened, I remember this, it opened on like the 17th of July, 2020. I think that was the opening day and I was sitting at home in my kitchen at my mum's house and I was like, okay, I'll just book a class. So I booked class the next day, went on my own and I just like fell in love. I was like, oh, this is what I'm meant to do. Like this, every, I can't explain it. Everything made sense and other trapeze people have had the same feeling and it's just, it just becomes like, okay, well, everything is fine. I'll just make this work. And I've never had that feeling before because I never found a job that I like love loved and if I did, it did not pay well. And so obviously my poor mother, I was like, I want to be a trapeze artist. She was like, what? She loves the idea, but it's, it's hard work. It's a lifestyle. It's not, it's not a job. It is a job, but it's a lifestyle, it's a full lifestyle. So then from there, I, it was the, the rig was up for like just under three months, maybe two and a half months. I was doing like four or five classes a week before the rig came down because it's seasonal in Ireland because obviously weather, yeah, it's awful. So yeah, that's how I started. And then from there I just, I went to train where I could. So the first year after I went to Canada for three months to learn how to swing and take off properly. And then I came back to Ireland, train for the season there, that's 2021. And then the rig came down and then we went to Germany for two weeks to train and in that November 2021, 2022, February, Mary, the one who owns the woman who owns the school, she sent me to Las Vegas. She was like, you need to go somewhere where you're pushed and, you know, seen and stuff. So I went to Las Vegas and as soon as I got to Las Vegas, different level, like completely different level. And that's when I really started training properly.
A highlight from Sadie Robertson-Huff
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Folks, welcome to our two. Good news. We have John Smirack on the program. John, in our one, you mentioned someone named LaFonza, who is a character, I believe, from good times, or it was like Walona's cousin was LaFonza, the pro lesbian, -abortion activist. Am I getting that right? Well, all I can say is LaFonza jumps the shark. Well, thank you. A lot of people aren't getting that joke. Fonzie jumps the shark. Sorry, if you're not getting that, you're not worthy to get that. No, it's an episode. It's an episode of Happy Days where Fonzie jumps the shark. He literally water skis over a shark and everybody thinks that that is as the time when Happy Days was clearly over and needed to go off the air. Well, I think the Democrats jumped the shark with LaFonza. Picking a senator who lives and has lived for 10 years in another state, just because she runs the leading pro -abortion group in America, Emily's List, and just because she checks off the demographic boxes. Let's see, she's not a white male. She's a black and a white. Oh, my gosh, this is like we've won the Irish sweepstakes. So, again, Governor Gavin Newsom of California chose her. At the same time, the state of California is talking about paying a million dollars each to every black resident for nothing in particular, because it never had slavery, it never had Jim Crow laws, it never had voter suppression, and yet it's offering reparations to black citizens. So, my theory is it did its best to abort all the children in the state, but especially the black children. It failed, and it's offering reparations. So, in my piece at Stream .org, I talk about the fact that the Democratic Party as a whole is the party that's against human beings. It thinks the Democratic Party and the elites it controls, they think human life is the bad thing. We are an evolutionary byway, a biological mistake. Life is nasty, brutish, and short. Human birth is not a good thing. You shouldn't have children because it damages the climate. Remember when environmentalists used to talk about clean water and clean air and leaving a better planet for your grandchildren? They don't say that anymore, Eric, because they don't want you to have grandchildren. They don't want you to have children. They think every little foot that you normally would maybe make a bronze cast out, that is a carbon footprint that is killing a polar bear, that is snuffing out a snail dart. The Democrats have adopted an anti -human, anti -life platform. They are doing everything they can to stop the human species from reproducing. They want abortion up through birth. They want to castrate and sterilize thousands of confused children in school because of this diabolical, demonic, transgender lie. They want to teach them perverse sexual behavior in early school in like eighth and ninth grade. They want pornographic books in the library. If you complain about it, they want the FBI to investigate you as a domestic terrorist. They want to make energy unaffordable, housing unaffordable. They want to create chaos by bringing endless numbers of pseudo refugees into the country so there's no public order, so nobody wants to settle down and have a family in this Mad Max hellscape that they are creating. The Democrats are doing everything they can to render the human species extinct.
What Motivates Karen Barry, Ireland’s Favourite Powerlifting Granny?
"You seem to be very ambitious as well. Like when you started powerlifting, like once you did realize, oh, wait a minute, like, I'm actually really good at this. You started to like dream bigger and bigger. So like first was to like represent Ireland and then it was to like get on the podium. Then it was to like win a medal. And like you've done all of those things. I also think that's like, it's amazing to see someone that's that driven in other parts of their life, right? Like not just their career. What's kind of motivated you, I suppose, with that drive card? That's a tough question, because I think because I've, as you said earlier on, I've tried kind of lots of different things throughout my life. I've had some major ups. I've had some major downs, the same as anybody else. And I never really had anything for myself, if that makes sense. I think I spent my whole life saying yes to others. You know, it was always, if somebody needed help, if they wanted this done, it was always, yeah, yeah, I'll do it, I'll do it, I'll do it. You know, I always seem to be running and helping everybody else, but I never really kind of took time for myself. And I suppose I was raising a family, two, three boys and that. And, you know, I think it was, it was really kind of, you know, they, they were older and all of a sudden it was just myself and my husband really. And I kind of lost my dad. He died young at, at six years of age from lung cancer. And it was kind of all that, that, you know, I'm sitting here on my couch potato and thinking, there has to be more out there, you know, the, what am I going to do now? I don't have the boys to be running around after and, and that. And that's why I decided, you know, to get up and do a bit of walking and start that. But when I found, you know, obviously that, that made me feel good physically and mentally. It made me feel good. And then when I found the powerlifting and I thought, okay, I'm good at this. This is something that, you know, I can take for my own and build on it. And when I went to the competitions, as I said, I'm very social person, at least I was back then. So to go to the competitions at the start, it wasn't all about winning. It was like, Oh, I'm going to see so -and -so and, you know, it was just so good. But once I started getting the medals, it was like, Oh, I want more, this, I want more. Like who would have thought at nearly 50 years of age that you would get the chance to represent your country? Absolutely mind blowing. There's, there's no way in a billion years I would have thought that. So once I started winning the medals, it was, as you said, I wanted to get on the Irish team, got on the Irish team, wanted the, the, the podium. And I did, I, I've podiumed, you know, so many times over the years, and I even won a European championship as well. It was the first time that Arana Vian had, had ever been played at a powerlifting. Yeah, for, for Ireland, it was just absolutely mind blowing, you know? And I just, I don't know, it's just an addictive feeling. I just want to repeat it again and again, as much as I
Meet Karen Barry: The Queen of Irish Powerlifting!
"Today I'm joined by the Queen of Irish Powerlifting, Karen Barry. Karen, you're very welcome to Recipes for Success. Oh, that's a whopper of an introduction. Thank you very much. Delighted to be here, Heather. Thank you. Oh, well, look, I'm going to embarrass you more because I know I said it before we clicked record but I powerlifted a little bit a couple of years ago, not as successfully or as consistently as Karen listeners, I will tell you, but that's when I first came across you and your story and I was genuinely in awe of you then and sometimes, you know, when I worked in corporate jobs and they'd ask you these questions like who did you admire and why and I actually used to give you as an example. No way. Oh, my God. That's so lovely. Yeah. So I'm a big fan girl so hopefully I can keep it together and ask you some interesting questions. I'll just be like, Karen, tell me more. So look, I suppose, again, like I said, our path crossed around powerlifting and for anyone that's listening to this that doesn't know what that is, it's a sport where there's kind of three compound lifts that you complete, it's squat bench and deadlift and they go in that order and you can compete at international level and it's actually a very popular sport here in Ireland and kind of growing across the world. And Karen, for you, I suppose, in powerlifting, you found this activity that you were passionate about and you excelled in and this was quite later in your life if I'm right in understanding you were nearly 50 at the time. Like, tell us about how you found the sport and what trajectory that then put your life on. Well, I was never sporty in school. I didn't play any sports whatsoever. Bit of a couch potato all my life, to be honest with you. And it was only when I was getting into my mid to late 40s that I thought, you know, better watch the health of it. And I started walking and doing boot camp classes, spinning classes. Not a fan of the cardio, really, but I was sitting on a spin bike one day, looking out the door thinking, what am I doing with my life? And I saw the weights section and I thought, OK, they look interesting, I wonder what that's all about. Started a little weights program with dumbbells and that, moved to another gym that was strength and conditioning specific. And that's where I first picked up a barbell. And the instant I picked the barbell up, that was it. I was just hook, line and sinker, loved it, took to it naturally, took to it very naturally. And the coaches kind of realized earlier on that, God, she's very, very strong. And that then led to them looking into powerlifting competitions. And within six months, I think six or eight months, I did my first powerlifting competition and it just completely and utterly snowballed. And before long, I was lifting internationally. So, you know, it completely changed my life. I've traveled all over the world. I've met some amazing people. I've met some fantastic close friends, you know, here in Ireland through it. My family has seen a huge change in me. It just completely took over my life. Like powerlifting is a strength sport as in physical strength, but it also carries over. It makes you mentally strong and it gives you confidence. It's kind of hard to describe.
Disney Plus Streaming Sets 'Artemis Fowl' Premiere Date
"Disney set the streaming -only premiere date for live -action sci -fi fantasy Artemis Fowl on its Disney Plus service worldwide, hoping it gives more juice to the subscription VOD product while all of the theaters are closed. Artemis Fowl, directed by Kenneth Branagh, will be exclusively available on Disney Plus beginning on Friday, June 12th. It had originally been set for a May 29th theatrical debut. Based on the best -selling book by Irish author Ian Culfer, Artemis Fowl follows the journey of a 12 -year -old criminal mastermind as he desperately tries to save his kidnapped father. Artemis must infiltrate an ancient underground civilization of fairies and track down the Oculus, the fairies' most powerful and coveted magical device, to pay the ransom. In a statement, Branagh said that Artemis Fowl would be as proud as I am that families around the world will now be able to enjoy his first amazing screen adventures together on Disney Plus. Artemis Fowl stars newcomer Ferdia Shaw in the title role, alongside Laura Macdonald, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozzi, Josh Maguire, Nikesh Patel, and Adrian Scarborough, with Colin Farrell and Judi Dench. Branagh and Judi Hofflin are producing, with Angus Moore Gordon and Matthew Jenkins serving as executive producers. Connor McPherson and Hamish McCall wrote the screenplay. Amid the COVID -19 crisis, Disney has postponed nearly every one of its forthcoming movie releases, including Black Widow, Mulan, The New Mutants, The Eternals, Jungle Cruise, and Indiana Jones 5. The media conglomerate is betting that Artemis Fowl will draw more subscribers into Disney Plus, which surpassed 50 million paying customers worldwide in its first five months of service.
A highlight from Your-Weekly-Tech-Update-EP-134
"Hello everyone! Welcome to your weekly tech update, the show that explores the newest, coolest, and sometimes mind -boggling side of tech available on the interwebs. I am your host, Ray McNeil. Coming up on the program today, Google Meet video calls are getting a Zoom -like layout. Impossible Foods rolls out to nearly one thousand new grocery stores and supermarkets, and will take your mind off the world and put a smile on your face with this week's Moment of Joy. That and a whole lot more coming up on today's edition of your weekly tech update, next. Google Meet will undergo huge changes over the next few weeks as the tech giant rushes to make it a more viable alternative to Zoom. To start with, the video conferencing tool is now directly accessible from within Gmail for business and education users. Those who prefer Zoom for its gallery -like layout that can show up to 25 participants at once would probably be more excited to get another feature coming later this month. Google will roll out a new layout option that can display up to 16 participants. There's already a Chrome extension that can mimic the Zoom feature for Meet, but its official release means there's no need for a workaround anymore. The company will also enhance Meet's video quality in dim lighting and its ability to filter out background noise in the coming weeks. In addition, an upcoming feature will allow users to display a specific tab open on their Chrome browser during a call. Zoom recently enjoyed a surge in popularity due to a shelter -at -home order, but it suffered from various privacy issues that has prompted a lot of organizations. including several school districts in the U .S. to ban it outright. With these changes, Meet could become a new decent alternative to Zoom, especially since its premium features are free to use until September 30th. Disney set the streaming -only premiere date for live -action sci -fi fantasy Artemis Fowl on its Disney Plus service worldwide, hoping it gives more juice to the subscription VOD product while all of the theaters are closed. Artemis Fowl, directed by Kenneth Branagh, will be exclusively available on Disney Plus beginning on Friday, June 12th. It had originally been set for a May 29th theatrical debut. Based on the best -selling book by Irish author Ian Culfer, Artemis Fowl follows the journey of a 12 -year -old criminal mastermind as he desperately tries to save his kidnapped father. Artemis must infiltrate an ancient underground civilization of fairies and track down the Oculus, the fairies' most powerful and coveted magical device, to pay the ransom. In a statement, Branagh said that Artemis Fowl would be as proud as I am that families around the world will now be able to enjoy his first amazing screen adventures together on Disney Plus. Artemis Fowl stars newcomer Ferdia Shaw in the title role, alongside Laura Macdonald, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozzi, Josh Maguire, Nikesh Patel, and Adrian Scarborough, with Colin Farrell and Judi Dench. Branagh and Judi Hofflin are producing, with Angus Moore Gordon and Matthew Jenkins serving as executive producers. Connor McPherson and Hamish McCall wrote the screenplay. Amid the COVID -19 crisis, Disney has postponed nearly every one of its forthcoming movie releases, including Black Widow, Mulan, The New Mutants, The Eternals, Jungle Cruise, and Indiana Jones 5. The media conglomerate is betting that Artemis Fowl will draw more subscribers into Disney Plus, which surpassed 50 million paying customers worldwide in its first five months of service. That's been buoyed by its recent launch in India and eight Western European countries, along with the early release of Frozen 2 on the subscription service. In the U .S., Disney Plus is $6 .99 monthly, or $69 .99 for a one -year subscription.
A highlight from Ep379: The 5 Fs Podcasters Shouldn't Neglect - Jerry Dugan
"Be consistent with who you're speaking to, what you're posting off. Still show yourself and be a guest on other shows, especially if the show is like yours, because those listeners will also want more and more variety and they'll come to you for that. Most hosts never achieved the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. What's up, podcaster. It's your host, Adam Adams. And today I'm joined with Jerry Dugan from Beyond the Rut. And Jerry's passionate about supporting business leaders, helping them with different things like work -life balance. So one of the questions that I'm going to ask, does work -life balance even exist? Because I'll tell you it's very polarized. On one end, everybody's like, you have to balance, you have to balance. And then I read this other book that said, no, it's not balanced. It's switch tasking. You go here all the way, then you go here all the way. And then there's other people that say you have to be out of balance for a certain amount of time. So I'm really curious just to start there. Jerry Beyond the Rut supports people with a life worth living in faith, family, and career. So a lot of the listeners that you have are probably around my age and your age that are probably struggling with the work -life balance and making sure that they are putting enough to their faith and their family and their career. And I love that. I want to ask, why do you think work -life balance is real? And what have the other people said? Yes, ultimately, I think they're all saying the same thing. Like if you really break down to what, like, even the folks that say there's no such thing as work -life balance, what they're ultimately saying is like, we make life choices based on our priorities. And when I talk about work -life balance, I'm saying the same thing. One of my hope is that when you're on your deathbed, I already know you're not going to say, man, I wish I did one more launch of my program or man, I wish I was at inbox zero more days in my life. You're going to say things more like, I wish I had one more day to spend with my grandkids and my great grandchildren. I would have loved to have been there for my daughter's wedding or for my son's wedding, whatever it is. And in serving in combat and knowing some folks who worked in hospice care, that is the thing that they hear over and over again, that people wish they had more time to be with the people they love and on the flip side, when they have the people they love, they wish they succeeded more in their career. And so it's like, what if you could win in all of that? What if you could take your career as far as you can and not sacrifice your family at the same time? And so you look at what's important to you and how are your current activities impacting those areas of your life? How are you doing with your family life? You know, okay, work's taking a lot out of me. Okay. Is that a permanent thing or is this a temporary thing? If it's temporary, then you talk it over with your partner and you decide from there, like, okay, yeah, this is temporary. What's the deadline? What does success look like? And what's the bailout trigger that says, all right, we're not hitting these measures doesn't look like we will let's scrap that and go another direction. So that to me, that is why I'm a big fan of work -life balance. It's not just strictly. I spend so many hours at work, so many hours at home. It really is. How is getting out early impacting all the things? Am I going to miss my children's big school events? What's that impact if I do? And what's the message I send? Because I'll tell you from personal experience, I was a lot of kids, superheroes, because I would volunteer my kids' school for a day and their dad had to go to work and it's not the same thing against their dad, because why did the dad go to work? Because he wanted to provide for his family. And so the motivation for a good thing for the family was there, but there wasn't that balance to, I also want to communicate to my child that my child is important. I want to communicate to my partner that she's important. And so it's, how do you win at all those things? And how do you find the right company that will support you as a person while also supporting you and your career growth and getting you to perform well to help the company also succeed? It's like, there's a way to find all that. I want to hear a tip or two. And I'm thinking you and I talked a little bit about this before we first press record. You were talking about the checkbox and a lot of us, we got a checklist and we're checking off all the boxes and it's seems like we're checking off all the boxes. It feels like when we look at the checklist, it's pretty much full, but we might not feel fulfilled even at the expense of checking off lots of boxes. So if that's us, we're listening and we're trying to think of what is it that we think we've had success on paper, but we don't really feel it. We don't really feel like we're everywhere we need to do. What's one or two tips for the listener to be able to feel like they're doing the right thing right now? I think the first thing is you got to know who you are and that's the big broad umbrella piece of advice. Know who you are, what is valuable to you? Like, what do you believe in? What do you not believe in? It's if you believe in respecting the dignity of every person, then that is key. If you value time with family, then your calendar should reflect that. If you value being a supportive person for your family, does that go beyond just monetary support? And so knowing your values, I think is very huge. What is your vision, your purpose in life? I have a couple of mottos I live by. One is the Dugan crest motto. So somebody around the 1500s and it's a miracle that the Dugans are still around because apparently these guys called the Saxons came into like Ireland and almost wiped us all out, but like good Irish people, we stuck around. And so that's not important. The important thing is somebody added to the family crest. Oh man, it's by virtue and valor. So for Tute et valore, and it sounds cooler when it's Latin. I hope I said it right. So that's one thing I live by is am I living my life according to my family's crest motto, am I living by virtue? Am I living by valor being courageous to do what's right when even nobody's looking. But then from there, I had a vision that I wanted my children to live a life that was better than mine, but also be set up to be better adults than I was to have better successes than I did to know who they are and to feel comfortable pursuing their own dreams. Like that's in a written vision that I have tucked away on Evernote somewhere. So you got to have something like that. Like, what do you stand for? What is life like for you when you die? And I love talking about these things called the five Fs, your faith, your family, your fitness, your finances, and your own future growth or possibilities. Like looking at your life through those lenses, what does success look like for you? So I guess that's the second one is defining a second, Jerry. I missed an F F that I got faith. I got family. I got finances. I got fitness. And what did I miss? Emily, faith, finances, and fitness, future possibilities, future possibilities, always growing to be better today than you were yesterday. And then what's that future state of yourself you'd like to become. And so being a constant learner is that future possibilities. One reading books that are outside your usual norm, listening to podcasts that are outside your norm, being open to ideas that are not typically in your bucket or wheelhouse either a, to see how your own ideas and beliefs stack up, because sometimes like I myself had gone through life and realized, oh wow, I held onto this belief and I met three people who completely challenged that is my belief wrong or is it just not as strong as I thought it was, is there more context? I needed to add. And, and so sometimes I realized I was completely wrong about something. And other times I realized, oh, I was missing a lot of context here. I believe this, but only in this context, because I also believe this and my belief should not undermine somebody else's right to be who they are. And so it's like, oh yeah, okay. I can wrap my head around that. And I can be a decent person in my community that way. And so that, yeah, the future possibility is that a bit more unpacked, I should have put that in. Have you ever heard of, I think it's Gino Wickman and I hope I'm not wrong. And he wrote like three books. One was like, I'm going to just type in Gino Wickman. This is going to be the easy way. Then I'll sound so smart instead of dumb Gino Wick man. All right. So he wrote three books. Yes. Yes. What the heck is E O S he wrote traction and he wrote what it's not showing me the last one traction, what the heck is EOS and there's another one called rocket fuel. Okay. So these three books are interesting and it kind of is what you're talking about, but in more of a business category. And so I think this is really great to extract it and bring us to the listener in rocket fuel, what the heck is EOS and traction, ultimately what Gino Wickman talks about is your business should have a culture or have values that you all live by. And so it's interesting because when we look at all of the things that we can value, let's just pretend that I don't know the number. I'm just going to say that it's 20 values. There's 20 things that are good. And most people would agree with 18 or 19 of them. So one would be honesty, but at what expense are we going to be rude and honest? Another one might be politeness. Another one might be doing the right thing. Even when it hurts, you kind of mentioned your integrity. Even when people are not looking, am I going to be doing this with my family crest and everything? So the Gino Wickman also talks about like all of these things that we can value. And most of them are important to everyone. Honesty, of course, that sounds right, but not everybody puts that at the top of their value. Maybe they put discretion, maybe they put kindness above it, or maybe they put honesty above kindness and et cetera, et cetera, they might put doing the right thing, even when it hurts as one of the top values. And so in RocketFuel and EOS and Traction, Gino talks about how we need to build our team, our company culture around where all of us agree on these main values. Like we value making money, we value serving the client, we value X, Y, or Z. All of them are good, but which one is in the hierarchy? And so when I'm hearing you, you basically gave me two things. The first one is you got to know who you are. You got to know your culture. You got to know your values. What do you believe in? And you talked about by virtue and valor. What do you believe in? What matters to you? And then you focus on it and you bring people along. And the second one is a written vision. Like you actually write down the vision where you put in faith, family, finances, fitness, and future possibilities, and you figure out how are you doing these? How does this work for you? And you write it down because everybody's vision, like a fingerprint has to be different. Everybody's culture or their values have to be a little bit different, how they put them. And for you, you're saying a way that you can check off the boxes is to just know exactly what the heck the boxes are in the first place. Know which things matter to you and get rid of the rest. So you can really focus on those. And I thought that was really interesting because not only can we do it in our business, we can do it on our podcast. And as you've illustrated, we can do it with our family, with our own lives, our personal lives. So I thought that was really, really beautiful. I appreciate you going into that before we move on to anything, something that I missed or something else you want to share about being able to check off those boxes and feel really good about it, even that person who might be listening might feel like it looks like they're checked off, but they don't feel completely fulfilled. Yeah. Similarly to how business, they have their strategic plan that pushes them and they make big decisions off of that. Does this activity support the strategic initiative of this organization? And the answer is yes, they keep pushing forward with some adjustments. If it doesn't, they're like, well, then why are we doing that? Let's cut that out and let's restructure and reorganize. And it's cool to see that there are these business and even podcasting principles and practices that help us create a better podcast, create a better business, and we don't realize how easily we can just transfer those same skill sets into our very lives. And so it's the same thing. You know, how many people do we know who are physicians who hate being a physician? I can think of two or three or somebody who became a lawyer because the money was good and they quit being a lawyer because they realized that wasn't fulfilling for them or me, I left my corporate job because I realized I didn't want to start all over again and build something that belonged to somebody else and it was time to go after my dreams. So even my mom like kept encouraging me to become a doctor. I was a pre -med student. I'm not a doctor now because I did not do well as a pre -med student, but I realized later on it's because that was never my dream. That was my mom's dream. She wanted me to be a doctor. She wanted to be able to live vicariously through me and what she wanted success to be, and once I realized, Oh gosh, I don't want to be a doctor. What do I want to be? Of course, now it took a 10 year journey for me to realize what I did want to be, but I got there, man. That's that's important. So anyway, that was it. Yeah. You're willing to walk away from something really good stuff. I want to move into just your podcast journey now for the listener. I'll point out a couple of things that I'm seeing with your podcast. Hey, I think it, haven't you been doing it for like eight years? Yeah, this particular year, eight years. Yeah. Amazing. So with eight years, over 400 episodes and a lot of traction, not going back to Gina Wickman, a lot of traction on your podcast success, I think that we've got a couple of listeners that haven't quite been doing it for eight years, they may have been doing it for a year or two, they're new. And they would like to have the type of success that you've got with your podcast. So I'm like to get a couple of takeaways, what you've done, what you've learned, what you would do differently. First, a quick word from our sponsor, but when we get back, I really want you to focus on what made your podcast successful so that the listeners podcasts can also be successful. We'll be right back. Hey, my friend, as you know, this episode is sponsored by my company, growyourshow .com. We want you to be able to have the best tools at your disposal without costing you a whole arm and a leg. So right now you can get a free list of vetted equipment that like mics, mixers, webcams, sound treatment, editing software, everything that you need. I created the whole PDF with direct purchase links, just to save you time and money to help it be more convenient for you. So this free PDF will help you skip all the guesswork. If it's on there, it's vetted and approved by yours truly. And if it's not on there, it's probably not worth the money. So go ahead and get yours at growyourshow .com forward slash PDF. Let's get back into the show. We're back with Jerry Dugan. And we've talked a little bit about work -life balance, helping leaders with work -life balance, making sure that you're checking all the boxes and feeling fulfilled and the five F's and his family crest, which I don't even remember what it said in Latin. I think it was Latin, but it really means by virtue and valor. And I wanted to talk about now, how is his podcast so fricking well known and he's doing a great job. He's getting a lot of success through the podcast. And hopefully you'll be able to take away a couple of things that can support you in a successful podcast as well. Jerry, what do you think made your podcast? Yeah, a lot of what I'm seeing really is in the last year, year and a half, really. So I jokingly tell folks, but I'm not joking that it seems like I did year one, seven times, and then finally I had year eight happen all at once. So it's no overnight success kind of thing. I think the first thing that really helped was when there was a team of three of us. So we started off with three of us. We all agreed on one thing other than the name of the show. And that was the avatar of the show. So we have an avatar that we named AJ. He's 35 years old, married to his college sweetheart. He has two kids that they both have together. One's in elementary school. One's in middle school. AJ has a mid -level leadership career going on with a corporation in a metro area. And got the car, got the house, got the six figure income, but feels stuck in life. And so from there, we start to unravel how AJ feels stuck. There's the commute to work. There's the no real future in the job he's in. Not really making any progress. Wants to be a good family man when he gets home, but he's just drained of energy. And this cycle is putting a strain on his marriage. The kids feel like he doesn't love him, which is so far from the truth. So how does AJ live the life that he really wanted to live in his faith, in his family, in his fitness, finances, and his future? And so that's what we did when we came together to start the show. Now where we had a lot of weak spots, and I feel we did the first seven years over and over again, was that when you listened to the early episodes, we were all over the place, we didn't really stick to that mantra. Like what does AJ really need? And I hate to say it, but it wasn't until like the other two guys quit from the show that I realized, Oh, we're so far from what we wanted to do, who we wanted to help. And so how do I get there? And so year six, really going into year seven was how do I niche this down? I worked with a couple of different groups that really helped me start to niche that down. Jerry, you're helping specifically this demographic. You're helping them specifically with things like work -life balance and really having a mapped out future or a vision for their future focus on that. Okay. What kind of guests should I have? And so this kind of leads into the second one, which was that pairing down that niching down. So the first one was having that vision of who I wanted to help. The second one was really paring down and niching down. How am I going to help AJ? And once I started to see that a bunch of doors opened up and the third thing was I needed to get the word out there. So the marketing piece, I threw stuff out there for the first seven years, but really it's in this last year that I've been more intentional about it. The posts that I put out there on social media are aimed at AJ. The shows I appear on are aimed at AJ and you know, as that guest appearance on other shows, I think so far in the last 10 months, I've been on almost 70 other podcasts and to the point where now I'm starting to feel like I'm in alternate realities down. Like, how do I know Adam Adams? Oh yeah, I was on his show. All right, there we go. We talked about this, this, and this, or how do I know, Deirdre? Oh yeah, I'm here, here and here. It's just all that starting to overlap. But anyway, those would be the big three is know who you're serving. The second thing is truly niche down. Even if you have a lot of passions, interests, try to stick to one thing and just kind of lit little dose of yourself, sprinkle into your episodes. That way people know what they're getting when they come to your show. And then the third thing, I know I just said it. Marketing.
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"I explain everything that goes on. I basically stand for four hours. It's a long service, but I learned very early in my career that if you're interesting, it's never too long. And if you're boring, it's never too short. It's never short enough. Let's put it that way. That's what people want. They want to be interested. That is the key to all communication, by the way. I learned that when I was a kid. And I remember asking myself when I had a boring teacher, does he know he's boring? A very interesting question about people who are boring, do they know it? And I suspect that the answer is no. Well, welcome to the show. I will be having the Superintendent of Education of the State of Oklahoma on. He has been the recipient of a massive amount of hate because he has opened Oklahoma schools to PragerU videos. PragerU videos are just simply wholesome. That's what they are. That's why the left hates them. And they hate them. There is no left wing major medium, and there is no medium period that is mainstream, which means all left. That has not accused us, for example, of defending slavery and of me being a white nationalist. Can you imagine that? A white nationalist. I knew that the struggle to do good in life would entail difficulties, but I will admit I never realized what headwinds one sails into when one wants to do good in life. The forces of destruction are so powerful, apparently in the human being. But people who actually think you are a hater if you don't think teenage girls should have their breasts removed if they say they're boys, you are a hater. They are lovers of these girls. We are the haters. And that is believed at the New York Times and the Washington Post and CNN and NPR. Do you realize that? If you went to college and you took courses in the humanities and not just STEM, science, technology, engineering, math, the odds are you believe that, too. You believe that people who oppose girls having their breasts removed when they are a teenager, that these people are haters. Here I'll give you the latest proof. Let's see, what is this? Microsoft Office has identified a potential security concern. You have to be kidding. This is from Breitbart. BBC Radio scraps Irish singer, Sean, are you familiar with her? Roisin Murphy. After she called out puberty blocking drugs, the BBC has removed an Irish singer from a prepared feature radio broadcast following leftist backlash over her opposition to children being put on puberty blocking drugs. That's really something. Roisin Murphy, an Irish singer -songwriter formerly of the pop duo Moloko, has become the latest figure of hate for the woke transgender movement after a private post on Facebook criticizing the radical practice of presenting hormone -altering drugs to children was leaked onto social media by a friend last month. Puberty blockers are effing absolutely desolate, big pharma laughing all the way to the bank, Murphy wrote. Little mixed up kids are vulnerable and need to be protected. That is just true. Please don't call me a TERF. TERF is Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist. You know, they destroy everything that they touch the left. Everything. Did I say everything? Let me repeat it. Everything from medicine to art to sports, they destroy everything. That's all they do. But there is one thing that they build, vocabulary. I'm telling you they're geniuses at terminology. A TERF is a Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist. In other words, you're a feminist, but you have problems with the idea that sex is not binary or as they put it gender, a distinction that they made up incidentally. Please don't call me a TERF. Please keep using the word. Please don't keep using the word against women. She added in reference to that slur used by the woke left against women who oppose the trans movement. After her post was leaked, a wide backlash ensued with the Left Wing Guardian newspaper declaring that Murphy's latest release had been compromised, quote unquote, for many fans over her views, adding that, quote, for many fans, particularly queer fans, this album is DOA, Dead on Arrival. I don't understand. What does this have to do with being gay, which is the term I think queer is meant to mean gay here? By the way, I wish I had a recording. At least 10 years ago, I asked why there was a T added to LGB. It has nothing to do with it. Why are gay groups aligned with people who deny that sex is binary? What does that have to do with being gay? The answer is nothing. Nothing. That means that the gay groups, as opposed to every individual gay, are as interested in tearing down the norms of society as the trans activists. That's what it means. Since there are quite a number of gays in my life, including on the board of directors of PragerU, I know that this is not true for all gays, but it is true for the activists. Gay activism achieved its greatest single ends. The greatest single end was same -sex marriage. But it didn't stop them for a day of trying to undo civilizational norms like the idea that you are born into a sex and you cannot leave it. You can pretend to leave it. You can do staggering amounts of surgical work on your body. You can take a new name. You can act a certain way. But you are not it. A white cannot become a black by acting such, or a black a white. It is fixed. Ironically, it is less fixed than sex. The Guardian went on to defend the usage of the often life -altering drugs without acknowledging the growing amount of evidence of physical harm caused and that countries such as the UK have recently placed heavy restrictions on providing them to children. Then this week, BBC's Radio 6 scrapped the planned five -hour set of Murphy songs, concert recordings, and interviews, replacing her feature with rapper Little Simms. The BBC has claimed that the decision was not inspired by the controversy surrounding the Irish singer, but rather to promote upcoming spoken word and rap programming. Yeah, it is very hard to believe. Anyway, that was my living example here of what happens if you go against the grain on this subject. Cancel culture. There is no example of left being in power anywhere since the Russian revolution and not engaging in cancel culture. Gold dealers are a dime a dozen. They are everywhere. What sets these companies apart and whom can you really trust? This is Dennis Prager for AmFed Coin and Bullion, my choice for buying precious metals. When you buy precious metals, it is imperative that you buy from a trustworthy and transparent dealer that protects your best interests. 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"Up, person de ketitel, a respect van vlees en bloot, for the keike die we luestern, and the luesterer die go keiken. Keike and luestern are... Caroline, van der Plas, welcome! Thank you! Eindeke eef rist? Euhm, neewen ik sie tom ik jou. Haha, there you are. Dit is heedleker eef een sprekjeso. Ja. Euhm. Euhm, dit is heedleker eef een sprekjeso. Euhm, neewen ik sie tom ik jou. Haha. Euhm, neewen ik sie tom ik jou. Haha. That doesn't happen all the time, but we do our best for it. That's a lot of work to do. So, since the general over -winning, with the rules... ...a club in the Netherlands... ...is it enough? No. No, the over -winning of 15 months... ...that took all the provinces together... ...and the United States... ...the formation of the colleges of the United States... ...the first came, and we said no. It was a long day for now. All uni, all cities and states... ...and all cities together... ...took a lot of time... ...and we came together in the same way. That's right. And Caroline for the Plus is the overall winner. Yes. You come to the overall table. So sick. Yes, yes, sicker. So we're going to take five or six years of Israel... ...in a module. Yes, clubs. What do you need? What do you need? Now, I have a lot of work to do. I work here, naturally... ...and a lot of work by income citizens... ...because, yes, I don't belong here. I come with my parents... ...and I also like to see that I'm still living here. I have a lot of work to do. Of course, Israel has a lot of work... ...by the opening of MBO here... ...and they say to me... ...you don't have time for that... ...but I'm still living here. I'm still living here. That's why I have a lot of work to do. It's a lot of work for people... ...a lot of work for people. I have a lot of input, so... ...yes, I still have a lot of work to do... ...with my kids. Well, that's it. We're really looking forward to it. You're a journalist. Yes. Are you more? No. I'm not more. No, you're not. You're more of a journalist... ...than a journalist. Yes. Who is more of a journalist than you? Yes, my father. My father was a journalist... ...a sports journalist... ...by David Dagblad... ...and, yes, at the same time... ...I also worked with a lot of sports... ...and so on... ...and I found out... ...that I really liked what he did... ...and that I really liked the Redaxi. What kind of sport was that? I've played a lot of amateur football... ...a lot of times in David... ...and I also played with the Eagles... ...because I think it's the most important thing... ...to be able to drive a motorcycle... ...and to be able to drive the Redaxi... ...and, yes, it's a little... ...but I also really liked the Redaxi... ...and I found out that I really liked... ...a lot of people... ...with a lot of spinners... ...and what -not... ...and coffee halls... ...for the journalists... ...and so on. I also liked the chocolate milk... ...because I thought... ...that I would also be able to help... ...with the KISS Rave. And so on... ...I really liked it. So it's a lot of fun. So it's not so much the journalistic... ...in the interest of where I'm going. No, my father gave me that offer. And he said... ...that you can't do anything... ...and you're not going to do anything... ...and you're not going to do anything... ...and you can't do anything else... ...and you have to pay for it. So it's a lot of the Redaxi work... ...and then the work comes up. So we all have to do something else. And... ...no, that's what I just said. Yeah. The question of whether or not... ...you're going to stick to it... ...can I ask? Yeah, yeah. No, yeah. I'm going to ask you to do something else. And say... ...you're not going to do anything else. No, no, no. I don't know if you know... ...the journalists... ...or the younger generation... ...with which I contacted China. I don't want to get into a Gladiator List... ...but I think it's also a big part of the younger generation. You know, younger generation always SCREAMS... ...about whether you're going to talk about their kind and... ... Their own states and things like that. So we can really talk about younger generations... ...who are going to talk about their own state. I always think that the criticism... ...and everyday else is applied to younger generations... ...so sometimes we think of younger generations as Russian... ...as being assume that it's not just you. We have had insane fish. They don't mind that that's not the best. We can do it without drugs. But we still have to find a way to double this on paper instantly In the mayoralpanels. Can you repeat the question in my context? Yeah well, our publictime support goes back to the start of the setup of the FC times, and to prevent so many types of emergencies. it works .pparang The pattern will break, in the states too fast. This will be ideal cherry grass, but that has to be done spiritually. They are very special for the society. This thing isDexter from the point of view of thephone. What about the speaker? There are several questions that you can answer. At least for a Rocky Buss. It's not that it's a big name, it's just a realistic name. But that's what we're talking about. Maybe if we're talking about problems? Yes. What do you think about that? I think that I'm 33 years old now. Yes, I'm not, but I'm an adult now. Yes, you are. Yes, I know, but... You don't have anything else to say? No, no, my ears are not really working. No, I don't have anything else to say. I'm not sure, but I'm not sure. But it was more that we were actually not really talking about the fact that we were talking about the fact that we were talking about the fact that this restaurant, the cafe, which is called Dina Weis, was a place that was closed for the first time. It was closed for the first time. And now that it's closed, the cafe is still closed, so it's hard to say. And you're from Bine, too? Yes, that was for him a question that is not working. There is no real time for it. No. There comes, well, a normal work up your ass. Yeah. And what you can do is take a stand from a bisturier to an angst for a new party. Yeah. The ground is open. Each year, at least, there's a tour back of the Bible, and stuff like that, so there's no real time for it. There is no real time for this party. It's open. So, it's a bisturier with the hand behind it. And that's what, what's the name of Caroline's bisturier? Her lance bisturier, that's what you're talking about. Yeah. No, it's a bisturier, but I think that we're seeing that we're already open to it. We're always open to it, that we're always looking at it, and that's what's next. And, of course, it's been a long time. And that's what we're seeing is the need for employees. And we're seeing employees that are always looking for a new job, a new job, a new job, a new job, So we're not too far away. So, we're not too far away. So, we're finally in the middle of the day. And, of course, we're having a good time with the candidates. We're having a lot of fun. We'll be doing some work with the candidates, we'll be doing some good things, and we'll be doing some good things. And we'll have a tour where we'll be able to get to know the candidates. So, yeah. Yeah, I think that I think that yeah, what is it? I think that it's a very important thing for the candidates. Because I see it on the wall. I'm not a fan of the wall. Yeah. I think that I think that we're not going to be able to do anything or do anything. Or, I guess so. But, what's your job for your audience? What's your job for your kids? Well, for my first job, I was really lucky. I thought I had a job, of course, and I thought I was very lucky. But I thought that it would be nice for my audience to be able to do something. And it would be nice to be able to do something if it were honest, if it were a technique, or something for my audience. What was it? Yeah, I think I was in the middle of the class. I was 13, 12, 13 years old. I was in the middle of the class. I was 13, 12, 13 years old. When I was really lucky. I didn't have any other things to do. I didn't go to school or other things to do. So, that was my thing. But, I did it. I got to have my own thing. And I was interested in it. I wasn't interested in it. I wasn't interested in it. I was very interested in music, pop stars, French, that kind of thing. So, what kind of music were you interested in? Aspen, ballet, and The Renderer, Ultra Fox, U2. That was the biggest thing. Were you interested in music? Yeah, I wasn't interested in music. I was interested in Spotify, so I wasn't interested in music. I thought, oh yeah, you can't do anything amazing. You have to do things in your head. You have to do everything amazing. Yeah, that's the thing. That's the thing that you have to do in your head. Yeah. on the other hand, you have to do things intuitively. Yeah. And that's another thing in politics. Yeah. No, I have a lot of things that in my head are the biggest things that the United States was in. The United States was free and I wasn't interested in music. I wasn't interested in music at all. I was interested in music. But I didn't have the best set of shows. I had a lot of things that I had done that the United States was free. I was not interested in music. It was good. Good. It was It was good. I was music. It was good. I didn't set of shows. The United States was free. The father was free. Man was free. The author was free. Most of the were free. In fact after that I was excited about my would you be more clear with the history of the place, the land and the state? Yes, I was at my base, but in the period before I came, I was in overland. My father was there in 2013, overland. So he didn't have much money. But my brother, my mom and my friend Henk, they visited as well. And they told me to come back. I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013. So I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013. But I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013. And they had a great experience. They came up with this idea of the Great Lakes. So, yeah. But who is that in the region that believes everything about it? And is there no state for it? Yes, then you have to think about what I'm talking about. Yes. Yes, it's a little different. If a person lives, has a loss of the right to be part of it, they have to go back home with a little bit of a miss. There's also the period that you're sick. It's going to be very difficult. Is it going to be very difficult? No, it's not. I think it's going to be very difficult. But, yeah, overland. In a health care process, I can take care of it. Yes, I think it will have a lot of impact on my health. I think that, with a lot of people, it's difficult to get enough of it. You have to take care of it. You have to take care of it. It's a little bit difficult to get enough of it. But if you see that you have a lot of pain and loss of health, that is a lot harder. That is not a good idea. That I think is a little bit hard. have That you a lot of pain and loss of health. That you don't have a lot of pain, that you're sick. And that's what I really want to hear, from the fact that it's over -layed, that it's all over the place. Is it a sort of good off -site? That you have a lot of pain? Yes, for sure. That's what I wanted to hear. A hundred percent. Overall, it's what I want to hear. That's what I want to hear. If someone has a heart attack and is sick, then they don't have the person who is sick. But you have to take care of it. That's what I want. That's what I want to hear. That's what I want to hear. And if they do that, then they will have a lot of pain. And that's what I want to hear. A lot of things can be explained. And it's sort of off -site, in the sense of, no, we don't have a lot of pain. We don't have a lot of pain. So that's a big deal. Yes, that's a big deal. A big deal. A lot of people do that. And that's a big deal. For someone who has a lot of pain, that they don't have a lot of pain. But I really want to hear it. And that's what I really want to hear. It's a very important moment that you have met Okaa. And you have to think about what it can mean in one day. And you have to work with it. You have to work with it. So you can take care of it. All of that will happen. You have to work with Okaa. And if it works, then it's not going to work. And that really is a real fact. It's not going to work. It's not going to work. So it's an important moment. Our lives and our practices will work together. So if you have a partner, or maybe even a partner, you have to think about it. If it doesn't work, it's not going to work. And realize that people don't have a lot of pain. No, they can't. No. And you don't have a lot of pain. Yes. You have to have a lot of pain. No, no. A lot. A lot of pain. A lot of pain. A lot of pain. Yes. Yes. No, but I've been very much involved in my family. My direct family. My sons. My mother. My brother. My life. That I really feel very good. That it's going to work. In the end, it's a very difficult thing to do. And how I want to do it. Is the state of your life, well, on your own right. Or on your own right. But if my own right is there, well, on your own right. That's it. I find it very difficult. That you have to be good at your own right. And after all, especially from my mother, my friend, my kids, have you ever felt yourself? Yes, it's a good thing. It's a good thing for me. It's a good thing that I'm on the court. I'm in a burnout. That I overcome my own right. That's what I'm talking about. Yes, I know. I'm a good man. I don't want to sit in the bibber as a rich guy at the bank. But if I'm going to be able to do it, it's a good thing. I'm a little bit of a man, but I'm a good man. If I can do it myself, I can do it myself. It's a good thing that my son can do it himself. I'm a big man. I'm a little bit of a man. I'm good at my own right. And I find it very difficult. I find it very difficult for people to do it myself. Yes, because you go to the middle, you have a hope in Bangladesh for a lot of people who are living in the States. That's a political point. But, it's a very big challenge for people to be in the States and be able to do it. And for people to be in the States, I think it belongs to you. Yes, it does. Yes, I think... ...you feel bad in your life, or have bad in your life, then... ...it's as if you make a thing out of it, that you think... ...is it really a bad thing, or is it a drug? And I think, no, it's totally not a bad thing. The people in my life are like a group. I have other things to do. That's why I think it belongs to you. But that's what's wrong, I think. I have a lot of talk about what the ungriving of my fund is... ...but now it's more about my base. My father was a journalist. He was a doctor. My mother was a reporter. She was a reporter. A CDR. A CDR, yes. You can't blame it. You can't blame it, then. No, yes, yes. I feel that it's really a bad thing. And we can work together. We can work together. But that's not the case. No, it's not that. I think it's a drug. I think it's a drug... ...to realize that people... ...who have a letter on their hands... ...have to pay for it. I think it's a bad thing. So I don't think it's a drug. There's no social media. But I think it's a bad thing. I'm a bit scared. But we don't have that. I think it's a bad thing. Yes, it's a bad thing. It's what you're saying. Yes, it's true. It's true. But it's true here. It's true. It's true. Like Savannah was talking about. Or like a little girl. I think it's a bad thing. I think it's a bad thing. I think it's a bad thing. And then there's politics. And then there's politics. I don't think it's a bad thing. But I'm aware of politics. That's what I'm talking about. People are asking for money and money. And that's what's coming out. Irish blood. Yes, I think it's a bad thing. Yes, yes. Is that a thing you're talking about? That you're not talking about Irish blood? In my personal life? Yes, of course. We have a lot of Irish blood. We have a lot of Dutch families. But I also have a lot of Irish families. And they say that I'm poor. But when they say that I'm poor, they say that I have a lot of other problems. In family, my my mother used to say that she had children. She used to work in a mail factory. She had a lot of children. And she had children. She was very poor. So she was very poor. But it was all right. It was all right. It was all right. Everyone was welcome. It was in the eyes of nature. She was very poor. She was very poor. She was the oldest. She was very poor. But she was very poor. That's what she thought. She was poor. And she was very poor. She was only eight years old. And she wasn't very old. She had two brothers of the Philippines. But she was very poor. And she was very poor. She was young. And she was very poor. She was straight and had a coma. And that was what she knew. She had three children. She was very poor. And she was very ill, she had a lot of children. Yes, she was very ill. No, she was very poor. She was a child. And in Limerick, she used to think that I that think the state of life, there is a state of life all over the world. The state of life in the middle of the channel. It's a big part of the roadblocks. It's a big part of the society with meteors. And that's why it's so much more controlled. And not only that, but also the IRAs. They were based on the boomers. And as we know, a boomers was created. There were a lot of strangers and strackers. That was a period when a lot of people... Yeah, a lot of people were in the Republic of Ireland.
A highlight from Bitcoin News with the Caf Bitcoin Crew + Panties for Bitcoin - September 6th, 2023
"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Danson, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Len Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohle, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also, be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. All right. So that's the first time I played that, I think, for one of the live shows. Volume OK? Volume was pretty good, Alex. It had a couple of dips, but overall, it hit good. All right. Cool, cool. Good morning, everybody. Good morning to all of you Cafe Bitcoiners, Dom Bay, Mickey, Tomer. Good morning. I haven't seen you in a little while. How are you? How are you doing? I'm doing good. Yeah, it's nice to connect again. You were on vacation. I was on I don't know, I wasn't on vacation, but I was doing some stuff that was keeping me quite busy and a little bit away from the show. But and maybe you weren't on vacation, but you were away. Who knows? Nice to hear your voice again. Nice to be in dialogue. Let's see where today takes us. Yeah, I mean, officially it was classified as vacation. But the reality is I was busy as hell, but whatever. All good. Good morning, Peter. How are you doing? Good morning. I'm having a great morning. I've had a great week and unfortunately I won't be around. Well, I might be around tomorrow and Friday, but I doubt it because I'm taking my motorcycle and heading up into the mountains. That's awesome. Elaborate. Elaborate. Let's see, I'm driving east of the Cascades to a city called Chelan, and from there I'm going to we're going to I'm going to spend the night there with a friend. And then tomorrow we're going to head up into the we take a series of dirt roads called the Washington BDR, which is the back road discovery route. It's about 100 miles of dirt roads to the next town, which is Wenatchee. And then the next day we do the same thing to Ellensburg. And the next day after that, we do the same thing to a town called Natchez and then I'll head home. So 300 miles or so on dirt roads should be should be fun on the on the behemoth that I drive. I don't know why I have to have the biggest enduro in the universe, but apparently I've got Napoleon syndrome. I just hear in the background, I was the highwayman along the coach roads I did ride. Nicely done. Alex, you got a response to that? I actually I do. There is some nonsense that we have to get out of the way, so we might as well do that now. By the way, good morning and welcome to everyone. You're listening to Cafe Bitcoin episode 428. Our mission for this show is to provide the signal in a sea of noise and chase the other seven billing people on this planet why there's hope because of this bright orange future that we call Bitcoin. And for the nonsense, here we go. Crowds are coming by the dozens to get an up close view at what some say is a piece of Irish folklore, a leprechaun. I don't want to know what I don't want to go in here to go back home. Sorry, I had to remove Alex from the stage for playing that song, but we'll let him back up. What was Alex up to the last two weeks? I think you got booted, bro. Jerk, I think that counts. I'm pretty sure it counts. Some of you motherfuckers out there owe me five million sets. Let's go pay up. Oh, that's fucking awesome, dude. That's amazing. Oh, that's the funniest fucking thing I've seen in a long time. All right, that took me to get the co -host back. Some of you might be highly confused by this. Just just ignore it. Pretend it didn't happen. For those of you who know, you know, somebody owes me five million sets. Let's go. I'll expect payment by the end of the day. Thank you. You need to publish an address, then I'll wait for them to reach out to me. All right, that's good. Well, congratulations. Don't spend it all in one place. Thanks, man. If they pay, I doubt they're going to pay. They're going to come up with some weasel way to say, we don't know you because you didn't follow the rules because of whatever. I don't give a shit. Yeah, you didn't read the fine print. It said the temperature had to be 85 exactly. Hold on. The best part is, is that you played the game. I mean, come on. That's all you can do, right? At some point, you just got to bow down and play the game. I am bound on a nobody. Fuck that. Good morning, Matt C. How you doing? Hey, all doing well. It's nice to be back from summer vacay. Hope everyone had a happy Labor Day and excited for the fall. It's been good. It's been good. What have you been doing in this sideways crabby kind of market, Matt? Just laughing at how predictable this, let's just call it the fourth quarter before the halving always is. Every single cycle, the weirdest FUD comes out and it's the too long, didn't read it is basically what if the Bitcoin halving somehow breaks BTC every single cycle, new cycle, same FUD. It's just a different reiteration. It boggles my mind just how exact history repeats every four years. But I mean, what are you going to do? Mickey, good morning. What's up? Yeah, so it's like it's kind of like that mining death spiral story that pops up every four years. And I think it just illustrates how little these shit coiners really understand about Bitcoin, because because they get, you know, I get my buddy, I talk about him every once in a while, but he loves ETH, you know, and he'll talk shit to me. But every once in a while, he'll text me with just like the most insanely basic question about Bitcoin. And it's like, oh, dude, I thought you were like the crypto expert. I thought you were Bitcoin. I thought you understood everything, but they don't. They're just fed these these narratives from these influencers who are sort of obviously grifting to most of us. But yeah, it's just it's just dumb shit. So, I mean, the minor death spiral is pretty easily fixed by a couple of difficulty adjustments. And then, boom, the day is saved. It's not even it's not even that it's so this is the perfect place to talk about this because you can't explain it in a tweet or two. But what we're watching is the most competitive race of accruing hashrate, increasing your efficiency and putting your competition out of business. You you you're right. You might have the weaker miners that go out of business after the twenty twenty four, but you have the big players that have never been more profitable today. Names that you know of, like Riot, Marathon. These guys are sitting on 60, 70, 80 percent margins today. And you ask, like, well, how is that possible? It's because they keep slamming on the latest and greatest Bitcoin miners that are twice as more powerful and efficient and profit generating as the previous generation. So you're literally putting your competition out of business. You don't have to hire tons of new people or more administrative costs just for putting a couple more computers online. Your only your only impediment is energy costs. But these smart players, they they set their deals in terms of years, three years, five years. And if they're in Texas, they get energy credits just for shutting off. So it's such a it's a nuanced, complex conversation. And you're right, like grifters, crypto influencers, they prey on that FUD, that fear that a new person just doesn't understand. Like, well, I read that if Bitcoin doesn't hit 50K by having all the miners are going to, you know, go bankrupt, it's like that's so there's so much wrong with that and it's impossible to explain in just one tweet. Tomer, do you have any thoughts here? Is there a lot of that FUD going around more than usual or are we more sensitive to the relatively same amount of it that's going around because it's kind of a bear market and it's dull and and the halving is indeed coming up. So we're taking it a little more seriously. I don't actually know. I'm I'm a little bit surprised to hear this because I would say it's hard to put your finger on the timing because you forget, but all this talk of security budget and whatnot seemed like it was a conversation that was maybe at the beginning of this year, if my memory serves correctly, and then it kind of went away because the Bitcoin price went up and the fees went up to use Bitcoin. So it suddenly seemed like the security budget, which is made up, fallacious concept, went away. But it sounds like it's coming back. I think there's always there's always a lot of confusion about Bitcoin and there may always be, but certainly because it's so new, because so few people understand how it works, because it's got so short a history. There are people who are going to try to take advantage of that by intentionally spreading false information. There are people who are going to be honestly mistaken and honestly confused and have pretty rational sounding arguments for why they genuinely believe something is is wrong with Bitcoin. And the only thing that proves them wrong is that Bitcoin keeps functioning exactly as designed. And I think this is really this kind of gets me going on where the whole altcoin space always comes from. All these forks of Bitcoin, the overwhelming majority of altcoins are just copy paste code of Bitcoin and change a few variables and see where it goes. Or they've gotten a little bit more sophisticated since because all of those have died out. But it's really like, why bother? What what's your hypothesis as to what's wrong with Bitcoin that needs to be fixed, especially if Bitcoin is offering itself, presenting itself as money? I think other coins came into existence and tried to offer different things, but wouldn't let go of the fact that like, oh, and we're also money like Bitcoin. And they weren't money like Bitcoin. So they they ended up suffering from this tremendous identity crisis, which still devours them. But I'm kind of going off on a few different tangents. Happy to pick up anywhere without trying to confuse the conversation too much. I see lots of hands up.
A highlight from #431 Matt came in the studio with an orange head and almost killed Rich. Dating a Columbian is serious business especially when she is on the east coast. Rich spent sunset with Matt 2 and Matt 1 got jealous. We have an informant from the inside and Matt called him a rat. Watch the turtles when you are walking on the beach. Idalia stole sand and we think we know where she put it. Episode #431 September 1st. 2023
"Yes it Divine again, Friday and today is September 1st, 2023, this episode is 4 .31 from this Mike Rich, from this Mike Mah, and we are in September, that's how easy it was, well it's it's also September 1st and it's small Saturday, oh small Saturday yes yes yes, that's two times in a row that you've missed it, oh yeah, two weeks in a row, no no I would bring it up, third week is strike three you're out, I'm sorry, well but I can't really do that because I there's not a replacement for you, although I'd like to replace you, you sure, it's just not gonna happen, won't be the same show, well you know, there's a lot of things I'd like to do with you, like what, I don't know, go out trolling in an airboat out the Everglades, I'm kidding, well I love you to death man, I would never never want anything to happen to you, really, well I'm here, yeah and you're here on small Saturday, and I'm here, I almost died, you did, yeah, oh I feel bad now that I just gave, you almost killed me, a rant on how I wanted to take you out the Everglades in an airboat, well you almost killed me what, 15 minutes ago, how, I was laughing so hard that I almost died, why because I came in looking like, no I'm just wondering what is wrong with your head, is it St. Patrick's Day, have you ever seen that comedian Carrot Top, no, yeah, you'll have to look him up, he's famous, you want me to tell people, redhead comedian, well I came in as a big joke, because today I decided, because sometimes I bleach my hair, and you know, just to have a different look, and so I, different, yeah, it's different all right, and I, and you look at the box, I really, I tried to do it too quick and bought one of those boxes off the Walmart deal, and they don't have the most expensive bleach items there, so you read on the book, and they tell you the amount of time you should leave it in there, and well, you fell asleep, no I left it the amount of time, went into the, showered it out, then about 10 minutes after dried it, came out a little more orange than I wanted, in fact it came out orange, and I didn't want any orange, I think if somebody look at you, they know which party, political party you're going for, yeah, but it's not like orange, it's not like the whole, the whole head isn't orange, I mean actually if we wanted to, we could make a Irish flag out of my head, I just, because I got white on the sides, yeah, and then there's the top, in the middle there is orange, if we just went and got some green dye and did like a mohawk strip in there, we'd have all the colors of an Irish flag, I can roll with that, you just look like a guy who's standing in the rain waiting for the bus and get rusty, that'd be an awful long time, buddy, if somebody asks you what the hell is wrong with your hair, just say this is a primer, actually some people liked it or whatever, it's not like really carrot topish, and like I'm like some kind of redhead or whatever, but it's noticeable, let's just say that, and so this whole experiment, it's not like my first rodeo, dude, I've done this before, so I got to go make a trip to Sally's Beauty today, because I had to get the professional coloring, so that after we do this podcast, I'm gonna go home and fix it, oh my god, let me just explain what happened, so man walks in, and it's dark in the hallway, so I open the door, and then he comes to me making coffee, and I burst and laugh, I almost end up on the floor, laughing for what, 10 minutes, oh yeah, I couldn't get you to stop, I thought I was gonna have to call, you know, EMTs, yeah, because his head is completely orange, yeah, it's not, come on, that's how I see it, I know, I am so happy that he prolonged my life for 15 years now, just like, thank you, well, you know, they say that laughter is medicine to the bones, yeah, well, my bones are fine, except that you were laughing so hard, they're rattling, you may want to go get a check, he's taking the dating so serious, he's going over a complete overhaul, no, I mean, I was gonna do that, whether I was going over to South Beach to see this Colombian or not, yeah, well, it's just like, oh yeah, I mean, I don't know, she might, you know, after, you know, spending a half a day with me, it might be the, you said, only half a day I ever see her, you said you don't like hippies, so you look like one now, that's for sure, oh yeah, yeah, that's so awesome, I took a picture, I'm gonna save that picture for the rest of my life, you need to, every time I'm gonna have to be down, like, mentally, this is what I need to see, that's gonna lift me from any type of dirt, yeah, ah, thank you, that was really nice, you're welcome, we have, we have Matt here with the primer on his head, you're painting cars, so he painted first rusty, so you know what he's painting over, I mean, that's a great idea, you just say, hey, I'm gonna color my head, so I want to know, I don't want to miss any place, no, or I could just be a walking billboard, for Rust -Oleum, just so awesome, if nothing works, I could go out there and just stand on the corner with a, with a can of Rust -Oleum, that'll get rid of the, hey, look at this, and get, turn it white again, it's just, if nothing works, home people will fix it, what do you think, how would I get Rust -Oleum out of there though, would I have to use like lacquer thinner, yeah, just, like, yeah, can you imagine, that'd be worse, you think, bleach burns, no, that was burning a little, you just spray lacquer thinner, maybe when it was starting, my head was starting to burn a little an itch, I might have thought to get into the shower, you just burn it, yeah, yeah, that's what happened, last time I told you about a story, when teacher was pulling my hair in the first grade, and he said I would go home and shave my head, that's what I would, maybe, that's the time, that's what I would have done in defense of no more hair pulling, yeah, but it might be a good idea, no, I don't need to, because I just got done buying $40 worth of stuff that'll fix it, yeah, just send me a picture before you go there, so I'll give you a stamp of approval, okay, so I don't want you to get depressed, yeah, I'll just wear a beanie, maybe, I'll be the only guy in South, South Beach with a beanie, beanie's those little, you know, the only idiot in Miami, 90 degree weather, and I'm in a beanie, you know what the, the Haitian, Haitian mamas, they, they have this shower head, oh yeah, when they go to Publix for shopping, I call them Haitian mamas, yeah, big ladies, they come and they have, they're wearing this awesome, it's all right, man, I, it's not my first rodeo, I've done it before, so, I love it, some people liked it when I was in Cali, they just, you know, it didn't, it wasn't that orange, and they kind of blended, this one might have a little more red, I know, you're not, you're not going that direction, like, you know, then the, in the male's direction, but California would accept anything, right, that's probably these, anything other guy, except poop on the street, I mean, my hair's, nothing, nothing, yeah, well, let's go to officials, and that is Julian Bruce, TeraKitara Apache Music, we thank you for all the tunes, because we are so grateful for the intro song, Divine Aprils was written and produced by them for us, exclusively, we're looking forward to see you in the town very soon, they are right now having a concert and zoo in Minnesota, and then they, in the winter, that would be our season, they will be here in Botanical Garden, playing almost every night, as always they do every year, so, you can find them, TeraKitara Apache Music on Facebook, or if you like to have the CD, we have 12 different CDs they produce available for sale in our Divine Aprils Coffee and Wine Bar, right on, sponsor of this show is Divine Spa, we talk about it, the month of the Wellness Month is behind us, which was August, but that doesn't mean you should stop taking care of your body, or send some loved ones for a little massage, or flexology for treatment, and don't forget your trail mix, we talked about that yesterday, and Beach SOS, weekend's here, Friday, small Saturday, we are here, and we are ready to deliver anything from our items that are available at beachesos .com, no delivery charge, and takes us maybe 30 -45 minutes to get you and meet you at the entrance to the beach, and if you're working in the office in zip code 34102, get ready, we're going to be delivering lunches to offices for $10, yeah, delivered between $10 and $12, right to your desk, nice fresh organic salads, sandwiches, European sandwiches, and many more, just wait for us to wave the flag, we're working on it very hard, it's going to start $10 lunch, we just want to take care of our local people, I'm so happy to do that, right, why are you, why do you have to deliver to their desk, don't you think anybody down here in the zip code doesn't work at a desk, maybe they don't have desk, you're right, maybe somebody in the garage, well I mean you've kind of narrowed it to where you've got to be in a desk, I'm sorry, let me take it back, we don't deliver to the desk, we deliver under desk, and anywhere, so if you're changing oil, we're just gonna put it on your tire, yeah, that's it, just on the ground, yeah, so we're done with that, right, yeah, well I tell you what, you have a competition to do, yeah, yeah, why, somebody take, I just spent, I just spent today because we're taping it on a small Saturday, Friday, it's after 9 p .m, I just spent a beautiful sunset with nice looking fella, oh really, yeah, it's just like you, good looking, same name, right, yeah, oh wow, yeah, and really hard working and honest, really, yeah, nice, so just, just be careful, as opposed to me, yeah, well, exactly right, just be careful, you're not the only one here, okay, yeah, you better step up your game, I will, yeah, because he's single too, by the way, okay, right, maybe we can collaborate together and go to, you know, check out some, some places together, this is Matt and Matt, you made your choice, yeah, you choose, you want Matt or Matt, well I have a new intel for you, okay, about the situation on the beach, so first of all, there's a reason why some of our beaches are closed, right, I cannot tell you which, you know, which person gave it to me and, you know, but we have intel from the first hand, right, and in other words, we have a rat, I'm sure he's gonna appreciate that, I'm kidding, no, they have to be careful, let's call it more politically correct informant, right, and here's the deal, is that they have jobs and need to keep them, and I'm just joking about that, you know, they know what's in the know, and I think that the public generally has a right to have that knowledge, I mean, this isn't like we're setting up some kind of missile defense, no, it's public knowledge, but I just never got to it, because we are busy with other things, so we, they, they drug a lot of sand to the beach, they want to, you know, restore the beaches, we paid x amount of money, and they wanted to make it nice and pretty for the season, guess what, this hurricane came and the sand is gone again, oh yeah, it's back in the water, unbelievable, yeah, so that's what we're dealing with, now the beach entrances, they're all the damage that was, and I'll give you a list of the beaches that are closed, because there's not many that is left as a shutdown, but I want to ask public, if anybody listening to this, which I hope there are, there is people, and we know there are, please do not climb over the fences, because we can get, first of all, hurt, and we just had a situation when somebody got hurt, and EMS was called, because they were climbing over the fence on the beach, which says no trespassing, right, like, you know, why would you do that, that's kind of evident, big fence, yeah, signs that say don't go on beach, that means climb over, right, yeah, or, or it means that somebody wasn't using common sense, which is the theme of this week, and will be the theme of this show, fraternity, yeah, exactly right, common sense, because we have it, coming together as a community, right, using common sense, did I, let's look, let's be clear, so don't climb over the fence, because we just had person hurt themselves, EMS was called, so big show about that, and very important thing that people don't understand, and I didn't know that either, because that's also a lot to do with the closures of the beaches, is we had a lot of turtle nests, and that's why people, and we are asking them, you know, don't put lights on, on your houses, so if you like, if you're the luckiest person that have a beach house, then we're gonna ask you turn off your lights, or dim them on the evening, so you know, we don't have even more turtles getting lost on the shore, but 29, let me repeat this, 29 out of 32 nests, turtle nests, are gone, oh wow, or at least they're still trying to locate if there's anything, from that last hurricane, yeah, those, you know, the wooden spokes that they marked them with, they're all gone, so they now trying to find out if there's any eggs left, and if they found them, they put them, and they take them into a place that helps them to patch the turtles, yeah, and I didn't even know that, this is very interesting fact, that turtles always comes in the same place, yeah, it's kind of like salmon on the west coast, it's almost like you, you come always here, I can make as much as I can, you'll be back, you take the abuse, and you always come back, because we have free coffee and cookies, right, yeah, so that's, that's the same, so technically you're a turtle, you know what I'm saying, yeah, yeah, why not, yeah, you're also orange, no, at least from the head, you know, from the top of my head, yeah, I don't want to know more, so there's all those things that now they're dealing with, and you know, it's kind of sad, but also it's good to know that there are people here in the city, and especially employees of the city, they work hard, and for that reason, in Diva Naples and Coffee and Wine Bar, we made the promise from beginning of, before we, and if we can go and listen through our podcast, you're gonna hear our voices saying it, three, four years ago, we always said, anybody in uniform that shows up, and we always treat them for free, right, because we know they go above and beyond, and I'm just so appreciative that we have a lot of people working here that, that make this city safe, clean, yeah, and the way it is, because it could easily turn into Miami, and we would have this party and everything else, but you know, it's just thanks to those people working in certain departments, you know, that's why we don't have mess on the street, that we don't have crime, the police department, so yeah, we really appreciate, appreciate, you know, that every department do their part, and you know, we just want to make them feel like they are appreciated, so that's one of the things, and let me just tell you about the closure of the beach, so North Lake Drive is closed, 2nd, 3rd Street South, 10th, 14th, 16th, 18th, and 33rd Street South, they're all, or actually avenues, I'll take it back, they're all shut down, you can park your car there, but don't so there's not, it's not banded, you cannot park, you can park, make sure you pay for parking, because they'll still give you the 250, they are very active, and you know, for the obvious reasons, and you know, this just, we have parking around the city free, so let's just say those things that you want to pay for, that's the only way, you know, we, you know, keep the streets clean, and so on and so forth, so 32nd Avenue South just been opened, and that's a good news for our residents, because a lot of the local people go there, they fish, they, you know, chill, because it's far away from pier, and we just enjoy those entrances, so just that's another very good news, swimming advisory is lifted, so now we had little situation there, there was some bacteria in the water due to hurricane, but that's all gone, so we are clear, we have the clearance, we're good, we're good to go, right, yeah, you get everything you say to that, no, just that you can go down the beach now, and dip your toes in the water, so why you don't do that, I got my, my little wading pool at home, my baby pool, yeah, yeah, how that works for you, I'm all good with it, yeah, and sandwich with that, yeah, I have sandwiches once in a while, all right, good, okay, well just checking, which is still on the same schedule, same on, same program, fantastic, so now we have new segment, and this what, well, it's, we know what Tim Atten doesn't know, but I got it, I got a better way to say it, and it's, we know everything, that the guy who knows everything, doesn't know, there you go, did you follow the logic, yeah, I mean, it sounds like making fun of the the gentleman, the name Tim Atten, oh, it sure does, yeah, why sound like that, I don't know, because maybe you are, no, we're not making fun, no, we're just at play, we're making him famous, yeah, yeah, exactly, yeah, he should thank us for making him recognize even more, once they start listening to this podcast all the time, and it starts blowing up on Facebook, it'll be, you know, we're, we're, he's technically our colleague, he doesn't really respond too much to us, yeah, I mean, he's too busy writing articles, maybe some people aren't reading, yeah, we are not, we are not good in writing, so that's why we talk a lot, that's right, yeah, exactly, although we, we proclaim I'm a wordsmith, yes, you are, depends on the mood that we're in, so let me bring some news, what's going on around the town, because that's why Divine Naples Podcast is, we want to let you know what's going on, we want to bring you stories of our business people, so if you have somebody who want to share stories, if you have something interesting, events or anything like that, you can send us email info at divinenapels .com, or you can hit us on any social media under handle Divine Naples, and I just wanna, I did some research and digging, and there's so much we're gonna cover today and tomorrow, because we're in September, so we are preparing for season, season's coming, and there's a lot of going on, one thing that I'm not particularly happy is what's going on in Everglades, did you know that Everglades City, 100 year old building is coming down? 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"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
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"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Could sew clothing the broke. Or you sell yourself up if you broke and they also give you five. Little fish hawks. And they have toothed edges so much good for keeping the fish on hook then. It comes with a swivel which is really cool. I like this. One is very lightweight on swivels easily. Then we have two little weights to stick on to the edge of your the fishing lines so it will sink down a bit and then we have one two three four x large safety pins. Which saved depends you can use for everything. There are millions of uses for safety payments. Which is why they are in the repair. Kate and you could shape it for it into some sort of fishing hole if you wanted an extract large one instead using the normal size ones that e in the tube and then has this little plastic bag. Which if you wanted to store watering sides but it would be a tiny tiny bit water. Probably only go up or you can stick some little tender inside it. Just keep it dry to start a fire and you could also just do that with the little tube or pathetic homes into an individualized item as the dry bag. That all fits inside now. Sometimes when i got it. I found it a bit. Hard to close down fully bought. Now i have loaded practice so i know exactly where every item goes and like a survival game of tetris. So i just wanted to. Sol for sending gear loan. Please support them checking at their web site longer dot com and he has already check us out on instagram. Please do that now. And you can order stickers there so just a quick rundown Stickers cost.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Before you are going out into the wilderness. And you think there might be some serious frets. They're definitely call your doctor visit your doctor. Just let them know that. There is a possibility of you getting injured in some way. And you ask them what should you do and now we have. What are they calling the aids. The manages five fund these ridicule. I've never really seen nichole bandages before. If i were to ever hurt my knuckle thin instead of a normal bandage now and it was the three of them. These are quite large. So that's good for here quite our dreams next. We have these zero alcohol prep pads. They there are two of these and just for cleaning wounds while most people don't know is thursday inside them. i'm sorry most people do know there's alcohol inside them for most people don't know as a start a fire with these because alcohol at you'll know is flammable and you see to rip. Yo ben get your little fire lights barker and then there's royer next up. We have two packets of to be pro offense. So that means we have four and total if you wanted to give the mountain for people to be will or person over two days and actually don't know what these are for. usually. I don't get sick. I'm very fortunate with that. I am touching my head right now in torchwood in my head be coz. I'm just like that. I don't get sick often. And that means i don't know what medicine should use so i should really get to know that and on the back of survival kit. It's just filled with drug fox. So if you were to read that you find out what everything's four. And i'll give quick. Read the code and one item. I actually forgot to talk about before the medical kit. But i'm sure they could fall into. The category of medical is a roll of tape..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Of reviewing a pre made kit that somebody else made. It will be reviewing a kit that i made so let me know and i just wanted to read the back of the box. Now it's available in two languages. It comes in english and french. Which is good for me. Because i'm learning french so this definitely helped me. Thank uso says ultralight four protection shelter ninety percent heat reflective waterproof seams inches over sisal sack for easy stowing rescue whistle to save them over help. Tim accord drawstring for emergency far. Starting and matica turn over to the french side. Because i want to get the busy specifications and in on the english side. It's an answers and inches. Bomb francis in europe and so's arlen till incense beaches and grams. So the whole baby is murphy centimeters by two hundred thirteen cents meters. An only weighs a hundred eight grams. Which is astonishing and for you money listeners. In america there's actually quite a few of us listening. In every week i can see the on anchor analytics. So that's good. It is thirty six inches by eighty four inches and it only weighs three point eight ounces. So next we have the next striker. Now this is when best pharisee modes on the market. As i said before. They're on steroids. Because on the back it has a magnesium block attached to it and this is unlike any older magnesium arrow combinations because most ones you have a rectangular magnesium block and then the feraud's just bolting at the side but not this one this my block is circular and has a groove in it and the fair seen rod fritz right in there so it's not that much and other partner i of it is the handle because it is bright orange. So that means if i lost or dropped it than be able to see it straightaway now the landlords one of my favorite parts on this is made out of ten record which is a really great product also made by sol. They sell on their website. You go check out survive longer. dot com what. It didn't know about this before was a has a sort of reflective tape woven into it so that means if you shine your light on it then you can see it. Reflect back at you which is amazing. There's something that i would like to do. But i also would not like to add like to cut open this and see how well the once. He called tend accord. Sorry blanked out there for a second. The burns but i also wouldn't lie to because then i would leave my striker and then it would work with the striker. I'd have to use the back a knife book..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"So we are back with some more gear form. Sol a few Cast for a while. He will not back in episode seven. We reviewed the origin by them. And here we have some amazing gear that they only sent to us after a them on instagram. So understood you quickly. What i have here and then obviously goes into the reviews so i i don't. We have is the emergency busy now as well. Kind of specialize in babies. They have a great line of emerge soup blankets and emergency babies. That you can use earned. I looked them all on the sent. Meaty emergency one. Which is a small pox on. I love that because he always wants to. Keep your size and weight down if you're using a back next. We have the mac striker. So this is basically a fair seem rod on steroids because it has such a comfortable grip and it has a magnesium block on the so you can scrape off some shavings old magnesium and then turn it round. You have your team rod strike it and then start a fire in the you have enough time to add your tinder to it. And so the magnesium definitely helps their f- the tinder is a tiny bit damp. And i think a magnesium Over five thousand degrees which is harder than the core of the earth so lil. Look that that's gonna come with me everywhere next. We have the medic survival kit and the scout survival kit now. These are two. Great combats replicates packed full of gear in would refine and. I definitely recommend these for everybody to check out because these are great additions for boettger. Bikes medic has amazing tight. First aid kit in all of the pain and the scout is more for adventurous. So first item is the emergency busy. And i really love this one because it is not your average busy because it comes in this region cool bag is oversized on purpose..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Now creek is a big hero of mine. I have seen all his tv programs. I watched his youtube channel billion times. All the videos and i read lows his books and he is the ultimate businessman. And i know that. Because i have read his book the survival. Ceo it's all about how you can make a business around your passion for the outdoors and there's one thing i just think is wrong with a pocket walks it only to america now as you know by the title. The are schwab podcast. I am currently living in ireland. So that means. I can okay in a box shipped to me so what i did was i went online. I went on created my very own. One using gear. That i thought i would like it has authorized so this is the episode for this week. Now a polka box runs at fifty dollars every second month. Because you get a box every month. And i think they have to pay like ten ninety-five shipping so i set myself budget of fifty euros in total including shipping. And that is what. I spent on the money. So i was on right with that. Now i have a few items here and Get into them in a second. An- just wanted to say something about a pox so every month you get loads of new and saraga gear items and you get a skill. So there's one skill that. I really wanted to teach myself. So i added that an and Make guts the last item so you listen to the ends and hear what item Wanted to teach myself for what skill. I wanted to teach myself so creek here. Listen to this. And i hope you are. Because he were my hero. Please please please make a pocock's international or a fair living in america and you want to send meet in a box to review senate's me now. I'm just kidding you keep your own books. They earn goldust. So if you want to support the podcast. I have With an amazing way that you can do so so went online all stickers so yes we now have the irish for podcast merch and you can buy them through instagram dmc. Or my which confined onto the context section on my blog or i have also added in the email bulletin on instagram and they have the of podcast logo on them and they are white. There would proof you stick them anywhere when you peel them off. They don't leave the paper behind. They're really easy. Peel off and the cost two years each or.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Welcome to the irish father. Podcast thank you for joining us today. And i'm so happy dinners that we have been mazing guests on the podcast today here. We have survival doctors from instagram on youtube. Please introduce yourself. there are no problem. Everyone my name. Is tim On a medical doctor out of michigan. Usa so i practice in the clinics in the hospitals and also in the emergency department and one of my fields of specialties is wilderness medicine as well so i specifically teach people how to manage medical emergencies in survival situations. That's amazing. And what is your instagram page about. So my instagram page is about everything to do with preparedness in regards to managing illness and injury. The most common injuries illnesses when you're out in dangerous environments with limited supplies the.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Nato and adventures worldwide and go prepared to rival a lifetime warranty on these two is really good and these are made in the usa. So it's not some cheap plastic hinder made in china so yet. These are great for everybody. You can get them out to also element or go prepared. Survival dot com and that company is based in douglasville p. a. i think is I don't know. I don't really know the states of america that well since i'm on the other side of the atlantic to him next up we have my favorite atom that is not why after elements. This is the wazoo. Leather bush craft fire-starter neck place. Now if you know me you know the i literally have not taken this off me since i got it. A prefering went on asleep. When i'm asleep. It's on my nightstand. So always have this with me. Which means i always have a way to start a fire and it has little instructions here but what i some really cool about it was. The instructions were tied to the place wit a long piece of rocks. Shoot so there. You have a way to start a fire and tinder to start a fire. Which is amazing was have thought about everything for days and was our company that are like tournament they make produce their very own one of a kind unique survival year so the bush craft neck lace. This net is inspired by detroit and true methods of traditional flyer making incorporates modern day version of flint and steel adapted into a classy to part fire starter pendant combined natural died cowhide. Leather and tied with clashes classic mountaineering nuts is a weekday accessory. Can become a weekend lifesaver and it basically has a small and say half an inch or maybe bit over in it year. S a bit over an inch. Engine half and i steel so basically smaller rod and a ceramic striker. I don't actually know what is made out of. I don't think it's.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"So for we start the episode. I just want to do a small little storytime with these. About how i got this gear so i reached out to mike on instagram. Mike is the co founder. He's amazing person and he's the co founder of outdoor elements and. I asked him if you will be interested in sending me some gear for review. Any was so. He has a dispatcher In the uk his name is rob from wilderness. Twenty one dakota uk and what they do is they help. Companies get their products overseas. So exactly what. He was helping other element and me wit. And so you can gear like mostly outdoor elements and can have other great companies. There and rob has kindly given me a code for you guys to get ten percents off all of their gear so you can get anything from there and decode is irish. Survival is all one word all caps. It's or i s hate s you or the l. If you want to write that down there so of element organized it and they asked witness twenty one teams in me gear and they did thank you so much to rub on mike and for all remaining work. The only thing i ask from you. If you're listening to this is that you please please please go visit at tournament. dot com. They earn amazing web site..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Seem rod to and can't speak today a lot of flare so let me just recap. I'll tell you my bad pile than gupta map. Then go to good bile so in my bad blow. I have the handsaw if you're going to get us. All just got a folding saw like silky or an older brand along their their lines and the knife that don't have in the pile. Is the credit cards arrival card. The other nodes called it. Didn't commit instructions. Didn't tell me what it was and that does not go down well with me and the plastic compass and then in good pile is everything else so includes the phone for the talk of get the tattoo. Flashlight which saw the park bracelet. The fair seem laud this article. Pan the bottle belt holder thingy and the monarch blanket. Yes it's shown a time here at the ocean or podcast. We love our fans so we dedicated thirty. Forty seconds of the episode to offense. If you wanna get on the podcast or you need to do is tag me. The our podcast on your story. This week out goes to pod beds. They are website sales. Podcast related clothing. He can y. T shirts jumpers mokes. H- you name it and they'll have words on them that say things like i'd rather be this new podcast which is so true. And the reason they get shutout as because they give some.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"The most toxic of any land snake in the world except for the inland taipan. Right belly black. The red bellied black is commonly found in woodland forest swamp plants and urban areas of eastern australia. They usually avoid attack. Bites are very dangerous but rarely fatal type in all species in this group are dangerous. The inland typing is viewed as the most venomous land snake in the world however the human population of its habitat is low. All bite victims have been successfully treated with anti-venom tiger snakes. The most common tiger snake is found in southern and eastern australia. They're highly toxic. Venom is produced in large amounts the venom mainly affects the central nervous system but can cause most damage and Blood clotting death adder. Death are found in most parts of australia. New guinea and nearby is they have relatively large funds and toxic venom before the introduction of anti-venom about sixty percent of bites to humans. Were fatal sea snakes. I'm sorry if i don't pronounce this right. But it's here as hydro finney found in warm. Coastal waters from the indian ocean to the pacific subspecies have been more toxic than any land snake. See snakes curious readily approach divers and swimmers but they are generally placid unlikely to attack european snakes. Adder the adder is only poised is the only poisonous snake- of northern europe. It's widespread in highly. Populated areas are very common but rarely fatal. The common adder has several larger Relatives in southern europe. And then as par on hand to avoid lizard. The gila monster. This venomous species is native to the southwestern u. s. at northwestern mexican say of although gala by is extremely painful known has resulted in a conference. You've been debt. beaded lizard. A close relative of gila monster. The beaded lizard is found mostly in mexico and southern guatemala. It's by causes terrible pain. Swelling and rapid drop in blood pressure crocodile to cuidado species denied crocodile on the saltwater crocodile. Our monitor's stay well away from water. Were they are known to be present on a gaiter. The american alligator is native to southeastern. Us allegations occasionally attack unprovoked. Under bites can cause dangerous infections. So i decided not to record the aquatic animals and mammal section in the ultimate rival. Handbook because my episode was becoming way too long however i will read it in the proper review all the ultimate rubble handbook. So look out. For that. to hear aquatic animals mammals. This week shadow goes to dublin may go check out his page where he does amazing edits of all sorts of the players and the reason he gets shout out. This week is because he made this amazing edit of my irish rago podcast logo and you can go find that on my instagram page on under this features highlight. And if you want to get your name shouted out on the podcast. All you need to do is tell me on your instagram story. Thank you for listening to. The irish revolve podcast. I hope you enjoyed it. But new episode every tuesday. Please listening goodbye.
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"So my our source comes from the ultimate survival handbook by bear grylls and this is not a proper review of this book. The one will be in the future. But i'm just reading dangerous animals in one of last parts in the book in the dangerous emergency section so this is not a proper view this reading the animals most creatures will avoid human contact but pays to know what species are dangerous and what you defenses are insects. Insects are small often wind animals with six most are harmless but some can be deadly a be. A beast is painful but only life threatening to those who are allergic if you are attacked by of bees. Run away from the point of first contact. Protect your face and seek shelter. An aunt i'm stinks. Range from harmless uniting. Be sure to avoid the bullet. Ant of central and south america. It sting is considered the most painful any wasp or at wasps and hornets relatives of bees. An aunt these can stink over and over. They can be aggressive..
"irish" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"And now we'll conclude the segment by mentioning over no more irish generals merchants and other sons of ireland such as the riley o'donnell's and farrell's among others surnames can be seen across the island of cuba in the nineteenth century. Many people arriving cuba amongst them were the irish migrants. Although few in numbers played a significant part in the affairs of the island there were engaging occupations than were crucial to the development of cuba. Many irish merchants had important roles in international maritime trade and also in the introduction of machinery railways to install operate and maintain the steam engines that were being introduced to the sugar mills mines and railways. Irish professionals were noticeable in areas such as medicine teaching an engineering. The irish plant escaped the abolition of slavery and establish themselves when their slaves in the cuban countryside. It is also important to point out that a significant number of irish migrants in cuba were also women. And now let's mentioned nor will irish in cuban irish use names and surnames will forever be grieved in the history of our island. Embrace you'll donnie. Was a counselor and representative commander on the city's militia and owner over sugar plantation. He died in santiago. The cooma in seventeen thirty and one of his descendants unrest wanted and valente assumed. The title of countered one in eighteen sixty four while the eighteenth century citizens with disturbing one held office us council members mayor so the city hall santiago in the middle of the twenty century. A center neighborhood in the city was named st your wanting after the major one in june. Seventeen ninety eight said bashing kendall on o'regan son of be scented candle on originally from bailey. Mayon in the county longford was named political. Military governor. Also tiago the tweet geographical pointing cuba bear the name kindle on one of them is equal. Pay your neighborhood in simple district of moral and the other is uneven in matanzas here. The border with saw general or riley is remember for hiring organize the military forces on the island's black and we'll auto bullish use an honor his achievement one of the main streets of the historic center of was given his name. Also a stop on the railway line situated in the municipal district model. The wieners in siwa grandy in the central region of the country also bears the name o'reilly richer o'farrell and daily was a native of the caribbean island of montserrat. A descendant of a family whose lineage traces back to county punk for the turning of feral appears in the family tree of almost all of the havana families with notable titles. in the neighborhood or lovey water in helena. There's a streak or farrel and another call our color they'll farrell after one the irish descendants named one from one of farrell who share the city hall hamana at the beginning of the twentieth century. In fact today to split it mentions bear. The name will farrell in the old. Alana area of the country's capital one is hotel farrell. Which is the home of the archbishop of helena in eighteen hundred one said company. An infantry powell was governor of more in the eastern region of cuba one teary in lacey was responsible for mapping slow the penal modern date. The he went with the mission of analyzing the pine trees to see if they could be used for the ships in the spanish navy. In honor his that you g- rafi. And northernmost point of highland. The being was called. Won'the that theory in havana. One teary was the engineer. In general and twice mayor of the city in eighteen sixteen theory was governor of matanzas a city where one of the streets also bear name on the twenty first of december eighteen twenty six as ship coal revenue enter the airport in extreme east of the island with forty people on board arriving from states. These sellers were mainly from ireland. Scotland in the united states. The irish group was formed by the labor wholesale cornyn and his wife richard power first. His wife and child lawrence hager his wife. And child robber or peter higgins matthew mcnamara the carpenter patrick ovan james mcnamara gem blatantly simon dorn and the blacksmith michael magnum era in june eighteen fifty five. A boy named juan burns whose father was gregorio. His mother was mike burns. Was bob dice in havana. This surname became part of the heart of the intellectual community matanzas. This happened through the educational work of wanna burns the clayton the first headmistress of the school for girls this school would later become the gaza. Lemon iffy sense. You founded in eighteen forty six in later. Through the literary work of the point and revolutionary journalist bonnie facile burn during eighteen sixty one through nineteen thirty six twenty. Five zero burn earned the title of national point of his patriots independence. Work a street in the los almost neighborhood in santiago the bears his name one of the streets in san diego was given the on the infamous governor of the island aboard the old on many irish surnames appear as part of the top enemy of cuba. Besides those already mention names like well natan okay. We embark o'donnell commons maiden and campbell amongst many other on the perpetual testament of the irish incubus. History coming up next my interview with donny's raise a descendant.
"irish" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"We notable titles in the neighborhood or lovey woulda in helena. There's a street cole. Or feral and another call. Gal farrell of the one of the irishman descendants. Name one from one of farrell who share the city hall of havana at the beginning of the twentieth century. Today to plan it mentions spare the name o'farrell in the old helena area of the country's capital one is hotel o'farrell which is the home of the archbishop of in eighteen. O one jose carpenter. An infantry. colin. Powell was governor of my more in the eastern region of cuba one teary. Mac was responsible. For mapping the beano modern date is the who into he went with the mission of analyzing the pine trees to see if they can be used for the ships in the spanish navy in honor his contribution the grafitti -i in northernmost point of highland. The beano was called won'the in havana. One teary was the engineer. In general and twice mayor of the city in eighteen sixteen theory was governor of kansas city. Were one of the streets. Also bear his name on the twenty first of december eighteen. Twenty six ship coal revenue enter the bokor port in the extreme east of the island with forty forty people on board arriving funding states. These sellers were mainly from ireland. Scotland and the united states..
"irish" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the irish survival podcast. This is my seventh episode. And today i'll be talking about the sol origin throughout this podcast. Be reviewing campaign as Equipment i hope you enjoyed this episode. I remember no matter what platform you're listening on. We always post less content. Just for you go check out my blog. The irish rival podcast won't put wordpress dot com instagram yashuv rival. Podcast the sol. Arjun is really okay. That i really like. Sol have good ranges survival kits. The origin is one of their best on the packaging of the kit. It says bill for survival inside now and one of to the bucks. The cake comes in is waterproof on ways. One hundred and seventy three grams and dimensions of the i. Ten centimeters centimeters by three centimeters. Here is review that. I pulled up the online. The sol arjun redefines the survival kit from the ground up in one product that fits in the palm of your hunt. The arjun gives you the collection of tools. You need to survive the unexpected and make it back alive. Think of it. As a cross breeds with the traditional ten essentials in survival kit all wrapped up in one lightweight easy to carry indestructible package. The origin also comes with a little booklet called sixty plus life saving tools and techniques but book tilton so i will read you some of the tips here congrats on acquiring the best little kit in the world the sol. This deal will help you survive in all kinds of emergencies. But it doesn't work if you don't have a with you keep your origin on your person all times in a shirt or pants pocket and look for the numbers and text for key survival techniques. Know this if you stay warm enough and drinking water you will live a long long time. If you're a visible to the eye and or audible to the ear you will be found. Panic and fear are killers. They destroy your ability to process information and act wisely. Maintain your most survival to your brain on sense of humor about your predicament. As soon as you circumstances even hint a survival situation stop s fence. I sit travel. No fighter take a deep breath. Relax conserve energy. Think my physically well. I'm my certain why should move. Should say here. Observe look closely around you. You will need shelter. Water fuel for fire needs to be visible searchers. Take stock what you have with you. Plan your actions must be based on cam and carefully made decisions. He most important decision. Choose to survive. You're almost always better off to stay. Pope or almost put and wait for rescue here. Priorities are number one positive mental attitude number two medical care number three shelter empire four signaling number five water and number six food now low to people always get this mixed up. They always try to go for food. I but the human body can actually last three weeks without food and if every you're looking for either food or water cheese water because you only last three days without water. Always remember the rule of threes three minutes without air three hours in harsh conditions. Three days without water on three weeks without food. This podcast is sponsored. By if you haven't heard about it let me explain is the easiest way to make a podcast. It's free. There's creation tools that led you to record in any pocket right in your phone or computer. And we'll just be your podcast for you. So you can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. And many more you can make money from new podcast. No minimum listenership. Everything you need to make a podcast one place. Download the free app or go to anger 'em to get started as i said before there are items inside as well as outside for this on one side of the ad side. We have a small six use puppet out under instructions on how to use it on the back. There are some great items including attachable bolton compass which is actually wrong by ninety degrees which just terrible spark wheel to us to light. Tinder a knife with the whistle. Unlike attached to it the knife itself is a two inch foldable blades and is very sharp moving onto the inside. We have four pieces of tank tinder. Quick they are kind of tinder that you flip. And then light with the spark leo. No we have a small fishing kit that includes sufficient line. Three x two. Large safety pins to for hooks. Two swivels on the sewing needle next we have one hundred fifty pound tests braided nylon cord and two mil spec stainless steel wire for making stairs. It also comes with a lanyard that you attach But i decided not to use it to save space on the outside and of course we have sixty two plus life saving tools and techniques by book tilton. As per usual with the survival kits tries to make them as best as icon. So this week. I added in some matches. 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"irish" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts
"On football because the more chances of winning daphne spoils islands will be. There was island. Rungs on the Irish roots that which makes it a say quite a What the skeleton with outsiders sports and feel festival almost live appear lightish. One of the nice things. I got involved with. I got to know football. Supposed to The fees and on a they would come over in their hundreds every week at one time. And i'm one of the reasons. The k wasn't just to watch effort to watch. It was to to come to lose. They love commits louisville. And those people you know before lockdown to be plenty people come into liverpool for the weekend because it was cheaper than going up dog oakland and because they loved nightlife. One of the reasons they do is they feel. Welcome here because i think they almost feel that sort of home from home. You know you mentioned it in the seventies and eighties. It wasn't a popular thing to be from different. As far as the rest of the country was concerned. And also that the same thing could be said about Being irish in this country so do you think either of these of changed. Oh yes i think. The irish brands really strong. Now i mean i think know in the partly because of the troubles largely because of the troubles seventeen eighties for very difficult. There was obviously no drove in the seventies. Every night on the tally almost pictures of you know. Some sort of terrible goings on in northern ireland. The costa spilled over into this clemency. In the mid seventy s with bombings in birmingham in guilford and places have equal on the on the telly every night. On the nine o'clock news it was the first items every night what was going on an island. It was rarely good news. And probably in the same ice of strike in the pool folds. Oh no the she's collectives or down at the talks or whatever it was certainly not my sort of consciousness. Growing up was it was usually bad news. I think that really. I mean i left liverpool in the eighties to study elsewhere and worked.
"irish" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts
"Muslim was probably she wasn't she wasn't there right from the start. But she started going in the late sixties so it was always sort of out of our lives and mainly bothering me system. He says was a dunster and then we would go to functions and masses and see bonds. And that's the thing an and the tire center involved because my daughter start at dunston She's just left the house. She's now nearly says he and she's got her own kid who i'm sure he's already listening to music. He's eight weeks also show going soon So it's a generational thing really you either get. It was such a good good thing to get into. And i think really being sort of own obsessed with ireland since it was a teenager eighty music history literature going to the place of gotten out through the eyes center. Many great people see many great musical under the types of entertainment. And it's been a real privilege to be involved in a place. Sometimes i was your first memory of it actually. My first memory is a downside. I went to one dancing lesson. There was a lady called maureen bolger on the school system. I think it was already dancing. Will expose along and she made me go into the line to learn a step and got sold off appointing. I left instead of my right foot. And i ran back to me. Mom probably in tears and never went moscow. Vivid memory And i i still can't dance. Say me life. And i can't even want to three. Let's play a bit up. Join many sessions and that sort of thing but contents vivid memory. You're not just at the center of of my early days of about six or seven so that would have been in the old centre circa nineteen seventy. It was great. It was a great place but this is a great place. You've got now is a great place. In a very different way in different location. I was still doing all the things that went on. The center really wanted to exceptions during some different things. so you know lifers evolved. It's changed not ended. The call replaces is walking in and seeing tommy welsh and speaking an having shots on a saturday more. Tell me both from whom. I learned a loss and who was really the man who founded the first artist center. What are your first memories and i. I didn't go to the old irish center. And i've always found to islands but i never went to the old irish center because my parents didn't i stumbled across it one day and a half the children with me and they all got involved face away. They looked at so amdo amuse can johnson. The boys play football in a and just reopen there than really matt loads of the families. And how did you get involved with the committee. And i think it's just from cleaning up the place tidy around and do stuff and volunteered for things and obviously the storm for the committee. Not that. I have to ask a upn with the ball. What for five years. Now yes outsource lesson. Three four years. Ago where i can have you shifts to become the baugh on the angeles. Sony was was the manager at the time. And then i was says the system for -able twelve to eighteen months and then he laughs about a year ago and then being jonah trying to keep things as long as possible and had you been a regular at the center before that sensor will me momentos mass in the old or santa on the only grandparents in great sunk. is used to go to amend we. Let me grounds outs deitz He was you can decide a sensor on his friends. Used to call me. Evans still to this day is friends. On friends of megrahi's goals That's why that's why. I really saw something that has gone on through the generations. Patrick was saying something that throw families who've been going since nineteen sixty four sixty five. There are people who are sort of like synonymous with the place as good friends of ours like coachella england. Who was on their first committee back in one thousand sixty five. He's still going. So there's plenty of people who are trivia originals and you see the families going back generations with the singing of the johnson the music people like Lachlan's the quinlan's best to go and they probably original members still think that it's a place where you can walk in fact home just on a one off basis and people tend to come by so there's people i see in the bar who don't know and then suddenly they find that they're going we can and cannot do at the irish community it just like being in the place you know as a very welcoming you know relaxed laid back place and there's always something going on even if it's not formal echo and on this usually people making their own entertainment so there are families that are like you know is like almost a dynasty. But there's also a lot of people who are we just finding the place and that's what we gotta do to make it. Sustainable gotta keep bringing in new people. You know