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Show 32   Comedy Podcast..."It Was Her Idea" - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Show 32 Comedy Podcast..."It Was Her Idea" - burst 1

"To, be a woman in the nineties but I just think that we're getting advice from all the wrong people. I just finished my copy of speaks. Apparently, he takes to. Here's her advice. You ladies taking a shower open your mouth very well, I let the water rushes strike your deep it acts as a water pick. I get the by leading. My skirt. We must stop hurt. Again. You Got James Damore beautiful British actors from the loser non-commercials. Christmas. Only. WanNa smell like the garden. That moult. Living Romantically. Involved two men WANNA live. Romantically. Women answering for men. Gee How unusual. Why men don't know what they want they've never heard the sound of their own voice. God gave the Ten Commandments to. Choice would have thought. That's what he said. But I really don't.

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Google's challenges

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Google's challenges

"In terms of users Google is the biggest of the giants four billion people worldwide probably at least one of its services from search to g mail to maps. But yesterday despite beating expectations, it reported a drop in revenue for the first time since it listed on the stock market down to a mere thirty, eight, billion dollars for the quarter. Alphabet and its cash cow. Google are facing challenges and not only from Congress they could be heading toward something of a midlife crisis. I can clearly remember in the late nineties when I lived in San, Francisco a small company called Google or service called Google came up a search engine. Of course, LUDWIG IS OUR US technology editor and it was so much better than what we had before really could find what you're looking for. You didn't have to spend a lot of time searching and so that great. That was step one, and then a few years. Later, they found great business model search ads, little ads you find on the search result pages and that turned out to be a gold mine. But. Made them very successful is their culture was bottom up people could spend twenty percent of the time on their personal project. It's more like a campus a university Hogan Ation was very innovative and I think that combination may google success. That was then what what about now, what has Google become in the intervening twenty years? This beautiful economic there developed let's the culture allowed them to be very experimental invest in lots of projects, and so what you have today is basically Google. Alphabet, is companies today called is less one sing accompanied by any ron that. Business, you have all kinds of services with Android, your surge of course, you have youtube and plus dozens of smaller services and around that an ultra belt of other bets as school calls. MOONSHOT companies. So high risk companies investing in in very far our projects like health data self driving cars. So the whole thing is is kind of a Google verse that has sprouts and actually is quite impressive if you look at it. So to your mind, is Google going to continue with this success even though it sort of branched into so many things. Recently, went down to mountain view where Google's headquarters are based and Google building this new kind of very fancy headquarters there when that happens often then kind of the company goes downhill. That's kind of the edifice complex had happened with IBM and sears and a few other companies. But in the case of Google I don't think that's the case I mean you're not gonna go. We'll go into steep. Decline still being there are some developments that I'm were structural, which will make life more difficult. Google is an optimized system with the AD engine, but now the environment is changing. So it's makes it more difficult to grow in their core business. They have to look for other businesses to grow into but I think the main problem they face is cultural one. What is it changed about the culture then? Several levels to that. The idea of this culture was also to keep the the company's small sense field small, keep it agile, avoid that the big company syndrome bureaucracy and all that and that worked for a long time. Now, one hundred and twenty thousand full-time employees. As many on the eve, more a temporary ones, and so the place has become very, very big mix of people become much more heterogeneous and that has led to conflicts. Rightly. So kind of people are worried about certain things, for example, gender politics. So you had this guy young Google James Damore write a memo about why perhaps of female engineers and not as good as male engineers and that cost a huge stir that thing was leak and management had to fire more, and then there were. Other conflicts and so it became an mouths throw him that then culminates in in a walkout of twenty thousand. Kugler in November when it emerged that Google management had paid some managers accused of sexual harassment millions of dollars to leave the company I. Think that was inflection point where we're really became apparent that was old culture was breaking down to. So those are the the issues, the problems that concerns internally but I mean there there are also some externally right as we certainly saw the congressional hearings. Yes. Of course S Guggenheim's bigger. It becomes more talkative. And Address Action Regulation in general though I. Have to say compared to cultural problems or the business problems. I think antitrust problems are not as imminent. I mean nobody's GonNa Break Google tomorrow if tekkers continues and really either. Legislative action or lawsuits it's GONNA. Take Years Willing that's the antitrust question but I mean that's not the only one that's being tackled. There are issues for instance, around data privacy that's correct and that's maybe even more problems or Google has always kind of aura fine line between protecting people's data because collect data at the same time people are getting more. Conscious. About their date I WANNA protect it. There's a movement to get these companies to pay for people stayed. So these things will change right now the default is if you collect personal data, you kind of own it facebook Google and whatever and I think that default is going to change somewhat and and kind of ownership will move back to to users and that will make things more expensive. Thinking more generally tattoo alphabet though the giant umbrella company that includes Google and everything else you mentioned what are the prescriptions what should do to tackle these cultural problems to deal with the concerns that are coming from from inside and outside alphabet to find a new balance between different constituencies, the workers customers, regulators. and has to do all that in a way that awards what the founders of Google segue bringing. Gary Page always wanted to avoid that Google becomes a conventional company. Becomes a boring company, a company with lots of the rookie in innovative so that so that's a challenge. I. Think in a way if you look at what Microsoft is done, of course, different company different problems much older than forty years. Old is such an Adele of their that the CEO is just managed to give this company in you his own data in the sense, let's let's no longer protect windows any prize kind of move into the cloud be more open company be politically responsible and I think that that's the model alphabets replicate. Replicate that one one but you have to give Google at some point or alphabet in the near future he kind of a new inspiration and I think data personal data is maybe one possibility why not offer services that don't collect a lot of data or don't target you with ads. Subscription for that or why don't you try to become a data bank quote unquote like Ben Keeps. Your money. would. Alphabet would manage your data and perhaps sell other people. I know that suggestion may make analysts at Wall Street or even tricks. Google Cringe Westwood the devil being charged data but but I think that's the type of thing Google has to or ultimate has to think about.

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"james damore" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You don't matter at all. And in any way. Google has an app up in their store. In on the Google play store. It's called Asher. And Asher is an app that they utilize in Saudi Arabia that allows men to track and permit or deny travelling plans made by women. You literally can put into the app who you're talking about put a woman's name or passport number. How many journeys she can make how long she can travel for? The app is an extension of of Saudi Arabia law sharia if you will. Now Apple's been asked to take down the app, they're looking at it, Google it stays. Google is okay with this. They're also okay with building search engines and engage censorship for China 'cause they want into Chinese markets as long as they're making a couple of bucks. And they do not care about anything. But if your name is James damore. And you dare put on an internal bulletin board. How there might be some scientific evidence for why there are less women in tech than men. You get fired. They fired James damore for that. It was it was a massive story in America fired for providing facts proving that Google has absolutely no interest in free speech whatsoever. People got triggered. They got. They got so sad. So scared they Coon come to work. Yes, I'm knocking of course, a monument they deserve to be mocked the crap. I can't I can't be more negative about Google. Can't do it. And and it's okay to be not cursing them out. I'm not attacking anybody getting physical. None of that stuff. But this is trash that they that they engage in. How do you fire James damore? But you're okay with this app. That's their culture. Okay. Okay. In the United States. The culture is free speech. We see social media companies all the time limiting free speech. Why not speak out about that? Hey culturally in the United States. You're allowed to say what you want even events nasty where are you Google? Where you are is on the side of the dollar. Now, I'm never a guy opposed to making a dollar. But could you at least do it in a way where you don't try and lecture to us about how good and holy and pious. You are don't be evil that your motto, you are evil. You are responsible for a great amount of the evil. You wait the evil, and you prevent free and thinking people from having a conversation, and you take the side of those horse of triggered by conversations. They literally fall down and wet themselves. Yeah. You're part of the problem. Ugliest sin are the people from the googles. I call the gigs. You're not caught the googles on the inside than on the inside. So I call it the googles and more and more people discussing, and I think it was I think there's a piece out from Mitch McConnell. The Senate is going to vote to block the emergency border wall. And the president was probably is going to be tough. Now, I've said before these gonna veto. I don't wanna walk back on a word because I do think he is still. But I think it would be more appropriate to say he most likely will veto. The first rule of Trumpism is what Trump wins. So I've been asking myself what could he do? What could he say about the blocking of a national emergency? And that would somehow give him a victory. I understand what vetoing does and moving the money around does for him. But I've been asking myself because I think being curious is worthwhile. Could he veto declare.

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"james damore" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"And it absolutely is the kind of opinion that that the supreme court could not issue, and that anyone following in originalist logic is sort of forced to to deride that opinion. And so, you know, it's kind of. Yeah. Another area in which the originalists our way out of touch with, you know, only eighty years of jurisprudence, and and the overwhelming wishes of the American people anyway, so the protection clause of the fourteenth amendment is reverse incorporated back to the federal government. And and what that means is that you can bring a challenge to argue that an action of the federal government, clearly, this is violates equal protection of the law and this good time for us to do a little mini explainer on what that means. Because all the time laws treat different people differently. Right. If we say, you know, you take the law that says felons can't vote in federal elections. Right. Well that treats one group of people felons differently from another classic people, non felons. So in other words, the fact that laws treat people differently is not dispositive. And we've talked about the you know, does this mean, Nazis, get to bake cakes? And does this mean James damore gets to sue Google because he's a Republican the way in which you win an equal protection clause is as follows your the plaintiff you demonstrate that you've been treated differently from others. Who were similarly situated? You then have to show that that treatment was the result of intentional or purposeful discrimination, and then the burden shifts back to the government to determine whether the disparity in treatment can be justified by the requisite level of scrutiny, and that requisite level of scrutiny depends upon what class you're in in terms of the class that was discriminated against right? So if you're a member of what the court calls a suspect class discriminated against on the basis of that class. Then what applies is strict scrutiny, which basically means the law is almost certain to be struck down strict scrutiny applies to three things it applies to discrimination on the basis of race on the basis of national origin and on the basis of religion. On the other hand, if you're not a member of a protected class, then what applies is rational basis. Right. So felons not a protected class Republicans not a protected class if rational basis applies than what the government has to demonstrate is that there is a rational basis for discriminating between the classes of people in the law and that rational basis test is super easy to prove. And that's why of all of the distinctions that we have the mirror test is that. Yeah. That's exactly what it is. Right. The Faulk MIR you put a mirror under the legislators knows. And if it fogs up to indicate that they're breathing it passes rational basis, I in recent years courts have actually done a little bit of a substantive inquiry in in rational basis cases, including in this case. And I'm going to talk about that in a second. But. But really where this battle is being fought is over what is considered a quasi suspect class, and to which the doctrine of intermediate scrutiny applies if intermediate scrutiny applies you have to show as the government, quote, exceedingly persuasive justification and quote for drawing the distinction in the law, the only quasi suspect class is gender right is sex. And again, those are the terms being used by the courts, right? I understand, you know, I'm not I'm not endorsing that particular language, but the crucial thing is and we talked about this. When we talked about the highly versus Ivy tech decisions and the Zarqa versus altitude express decision. That was the last time we talked about those cases was in episode one fifty two by the way, there is no supreme court decision that recognize. Is is either sexual orientation or gender identity as falling under the suspect classification right under this level of intermediate scrutiny. There are decisions at the circuit court of appeals. Right. So if you're in a state that is within the jurisdiction of the second or the seventh circuit than those courts do recognize that discrimination on the basis of gender identity is equivalent to discrimination on the basis of of sex. And to be honest. Unlike the hurdle that you have in the highly and Zarqa decisions which has to do with the legislative history of the nineteen sixty four Civil Rights Act..

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"james damore" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The Breitbart website is reporting Google has manually manipulated search results on abortion to favor pro-abortion results bipartisan leaked discussion thread shows Google intervened after a left-wing slate reporters abortion search pulled up pro-life videos, the slate reporter complained saying the videos could cause people to question the morality of poisoning children in the womb, ripping them to pieces and selling their body parts for sweets. We cash that might make women feel bad about killing human beings, which would be uncomfortable for them. Google employees apparently responded to the complaint by region, featuring the search results so that only pro-abortion videos came up, including a bit of a feminist proudly shouting her abortion before turning off the camera and weeping uncontrollably and another vision, which Planned Parenthood employees, use the blood of slaughtered babies to raise demons who then rip the souls out of the employee's and dragged them to hell that made the slate reporter feel much better Google, CEO sooner Pichai SP. Spoke to congress under oath last month and swore that Google does not manually intervene in search results. This is standard Google policy and keeping with our slogan, be evil, unquote. When the spokesman was told that the slogan was don't be evil. He responded, quote that was in the old days. Then we dropped the don't to save space and also because it was more fun to be evil, unquote. Although Google has repeatedly claimed it does not manipulate searches for political reasons, it's far left. Bent is evident in two thousand seventeen the company fired employee James damore when he wrote an inhouse letter explaining men and women are different spokesman face, however, told the daily wire, quote that story is untrue. There is no James damore, go on Google him. You'll see there's nothing there unquote trigger warning. I'm Andrew klavan. And this is the Andrew klavan show..

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"james damore" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Here we have we have Cohen out there. He's talking about. How us other ringing a bunch of online polls for Trump didn't didn't all the presidential polls have Hillary Clinton winning it landslide. Isn't that my memory? My memory is in every poll had her winning in a landslide at one of the reasons they had a connection fits because they all believe those polls now, admittedly, these are online polls that are being discussed here in the Wall Street Journal story about the rat. Like like a drudge poll is an online poll garage will pose a question. Yes. Or no, Trump, Hillary, whatever you vote on it, however, many times you want. It's not scientific in the sense that one line polls are not scientific in the sense that the serious pollsters would have you believe there's are. I just I have to have this stuff off at the pass every time it rears its head. It's no accident. This James James damore was the engineer who was fired after writing it'll manifesto at Google. It was writing about the bias at Google and he got. He's got candidacy here. I see a great example. Is Alexander the acacia Cortez. We're all sitting here thinking that she has become the biggest thing of the democrat party, not not with members of congress and the average ordinary American democrat voter that she's the Twitter king. And in fact, there's a story that Alexandra. Okay. So Cortez is running Twitter education seminars for other House Democrats show them how to use the bigger she is being touted as the Queen of Twitter. She'd nobody's ever been better at using Twitter, Alexandra. Okay. So cortez. And how much of that is hype? How much of that is us just being told that this woman has captivated? The leftist portions of this country. I don't deny that she gets a lot of face time at a lot. But but the idea that she has become the face of the democrat. I just I think there's so much of this hype so much, and I I just don't I think there's so much ill legitimacy of serious this insincerity on the democrat party sign the left aside. But I think you have to be suspicious and wary. That's why by the way one of their tactics the drive bys, especially one of their tactic tactics. When they get on some subject that they're supposedly doing news stories about there is an there is an aura around the coverage. It makes it look like anybody with a common sense brain believes this. My best example, the one that first comes to my mind is the Indiana religious freedom restoration act Pence was the governor resigns. It media was outraged because what the religious freedom restoration act did was basically say that Christians can't be punished. For doing things. Because of their religious beliefs. They had been refusing to bake cakes for gay, weddings, and receptions, are refusing to be photographers, of course, that's the setup to because the gays getting married could have found somebody Baker cake that was willing to do it. But they hunt these things he's Christian owned places purposely to call him out. And so so the media rose Indiana starts covering this stuff. As though everybody in America is outraged at Indiana and outraged at Christians, and that's just the order with which this stuff is covered. Same thing. With camera hog same thing without Alexandria, kill Cortez. They make it look like. What make it look like is that what you think in the people you believe in her such a tiny minority. Don't even matter anymore. They try to make you think that you've already lost your being overrun you've lost your country. You've lost your culture. Don't even think about it. Just give up. That's the objective. Break. We'll be back to the phones after this. So hang on..

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"james damore" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on WTVN

"Here we have we have Cohen out there. He's talking about how he's under rigging a bunch of online polls for Trump didn't didn't all the presidential polls have Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide. Isn't that my memory? My memory is in every poll had her winning in a landslide at one of the reasons they had a connection fits because they all believe those polls. These are online polls that are being discussed here in the Wall Street Journal story about the rat. Like like a drudge poll is an online poll garage will pose a question yesterday. No, Trump, Hillary, whatever you vote on it, however, many times you want. It's not scientific in the sense that one line polls are not scientific in the sense that the serious pollsters would have you believe there's are. I just I have to head this stuff off at the pass every time it rears its head. It's no accident that this James James damore was the engineer who was fired after writing is it'll manifesto at Google. It was it was writing about the bias at Google and he got he got candidacy here. I think a great example is Alexander the occasional Cortez. We're all sitting here thinking that she has become the biggest thing the democrat party, not not with members of congress and the average ordinary American democrat voter that she's the Twitter king. And in fact, there's a story that Alexander the acacia Cortez is running Twitter education seminars for other House Democrats show them how to use the bigger she is being touted as the Queen of Twitter. She'd nobody's ever been better at using Twitter, Alexandra. Okay, CEO Cortez. And how much of that is hype? How much of that is us just being told that this woman has captivated? The leftist portions of this country. I don't deny that she gets a lot of face time and a lot, but but the idea that she has become the face of the democrat. I just I think there's so much hype so much, and I I just don't I think there's so much ill legitimacy of serious this insincerity on the democrat party sign the leftist side, I think you have to be suspicious and wary of it that's why by the way one of their tactics the drive-bys, especially one of their tactic tactics. When they get on some subject that they're supposedly doing news stories about there is an there is an aura around the coverage. It makes it look like anybody with a common sense brain believes this. My best example, the one that first comes to my mind is the Indiana religious freedom restoration act Pence was the governor resigns. Is it? Media was outraged because what the religious freedom restoration act did was basically say that Christians can't be punished. For doing things. Because of their religious beliefs. They had been refusing to bake cakes for gay, weddings, and receptions, are refusing to be photographers, of course, that's the setup to because the gays getting married could've found somebody Baker cake that was willing to do it. But they hunt these things he's Christian owned places purposely to call him out. And so so the media runs Indiana starts covering this stuff. As though every body in America is outraged at Indiana and outraged at Christians, and that's just the orb with which this stuff is covered. Same thing. With camera hog same thing without Alexandria, Kissel Cortez. They make it look like. What they make it. Look like is that what you think in the people you believe in such a tiny minority even matter anymore. A try to make you think that you've already lost your being overrun you've lost your country. You've lost your culture. Don't even think about it. Just give up. That's the objective. Break. We'll be back going back to the phones. After this though. Hang.

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"james damore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here we have we have Cohen out there. He's talking about. How us other rigging a bunch of online polls for Trump didn't didn't all the presidential polls have Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide. Isn't that my memory? My memory is in every poll had her winning in a landslide at one of the reasons they had a connection fits because they all believe those polls now, admittedly, these are online polls that are being discussed here in the Wall Street Journal story about the rat. Like like drudge poll is an online poll garage will pose a question. Yes. Or no, Trump, Hillary, whatever you vote on it, however, many times you want. It's not scientific in the sense that one line polls. Not scientific in the sense that the serious pollsters would have you believe there's are. So I just have to have this stuff off at the pass every time it rears its head. It's no accident that this James James damore was the engineer who was fired after writing little manifesto at Google. It was it was writing about the bias at Google and he got. He got let's see here. I think a great example is Alexandra. Okay. She'll cortez. We're all sitting here thinking that. She has become the biggest thing in the democrat party, not not with members of congress. The average ordinary American democrat voter that she's the Twitter king. And in fact, there's a story that Alexander. The orchestra Cortez is running Twitter education seminars for other House Democrats show them how to use the bigger she is being touted as the Queen of Twitter. She'd nobody's ever been better at using Twitter than Alexandra. Okay, CEO Cortez. And how much of that is hype? How much of that is just being told that this woman has captivated? The leftist portions of this country. I don't deny that she gets a lot of face time and a lot of, but but the idea that she has become the face of the democrat. I just I think there's so much of this hype so much, and I I just don't I think there's so much ill legitimacy. Serious this insincerity on the democrat party signed the leftist side that I think you have to be suspicious and wary of it that's why by the way one of their tactics the drive-bys, especially one of their tactic tactics. When they get on some subject that they're supposedly doing new stories about there is an there is an aura around the coverage. It makes it look like anybody with a common sense brain believes this. My best example, the one that first comes to my mind is the Indiana religious freedom restoration act Pence was the governor signs. It media was outraged because what the religious freedom restoration act did was basically say that Christians can't be punished. For doing things. Because of their religious beliefs. They had been refusing to bake cakes for gay, weddings, and receptions, are refusing to be photographers, of course, that's a setup to because the gays getting married could've found somebody bigger cake that was willing to do it. But they hunt these things he's Christian owned places purposely to call him out. And so so the media runs Indiana starts covering this stuff. As though everybody in America is outraged at Indiana and outraged at Christians, and that's just the order with which this stuff is covered. Same thing. With camera hog same thing with the Alexandria Kissel Cortez. They make it look like. What they make it. Look like is that what you think and the people you believe in such a tiny minority matter anymore. A try to make you think that you've already lost your being overrun you've lost your country. You've lost your culture. Don't even think about it. Just give up. That's objective. Take a break. We'll be back. I go back to the phones after this though. Hang on..

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"james damore" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on KTOK

"Here we have we have Cohen out there. He's talking about how he's under rigging a bunch of online polls for Trump didn't didn't all the presidential polls have Hillary Clinton winning it landslide. Isn't that my memory? My memory is at every poll had her winning in a landslide at one of the reasons they had a connection fits because they all believe those polls now, admittedly, these are online polls that are being discussed here in the Wall Street Journal story about the rat. Like like a drudge poll is an online poll garage will pose a question. Yes. Or no Trump. Hillary wanna be a vote on it. However, many times you want. It's not scientific in the sense that one line polls are not scientific in the sense that the serious pollsters would have you believe there's are. I just I have to have this stuff off at the pass every time it rears its head. It's no accident that this James James damore was the engineer who was fired after writing little manifesto at Google. It was it was writing about the bias at Google and he got. He got candidacy here. I think a great example is Alexandra. Okay. She'll cortez. We're all sitting here thinking that. She has become the biggest thing in the democrat party, not not with members of congress. The average ordinary American democrat voter that she's the Twitter king. And in fact, there's a story that Alexander the acacia Cortez is running Twitter education seminars for other House Democrats show them how to use a bigger she is being touted as the Queen of Twitter. She'd nobody's ever been better at using Twitter Alexander. Okay, CEO Cortez. How much of that is hype? How much that is us just being told that this woman has captivated? The leftist portions of this country. I don't deny that she gets a lot of face time and a lot of, but but the idea that she has become the face of the democrat. I just I think there's so much of this hype so much, and I I just don't I think there's so much ill legitimacy. Serious this insincerity on the democrat party send the leftist side that I think you have to be suspicious and wary of it that's why by the way one of their tactics the drive bys, especially one of their tactic tactics when they get on some subject that they're supposedly doing news stories about there is an there is an aura around the coverage. It makes it look like anybody with a common sense brain believes this. My best example, the one that first comes to my mind is the Indiana religious freedom restoration act Pence was the governor resigns. It media was outraged because what the religious freedom restoration act did was basically say that Christians can't be punished. For doing things. Because of their religious beliefs. They had been refusing to bake cakes for gay, weddings, and receptions, are refusing. It'd be photographers, of course, that's the setup to because the gays getting married could've found somebody Baker cake that was willing to do it. But they hunt these things he's Christian owned places purposely to call him out. And so so the media runs Indiana starts covering stuff as though body in America is outraged at Indiana and outraged at Christians, and that's just the order with which this stuff is covered. Same thing. With camera hog same thing without Alexandria, Kissel Cortez. They make it look like. What they make it. Look like is that what you think and the people you believe in her such a tiny minority matter anymore. A try to make you think that you've already lost your being overrun you've lost your country. You've lost your culture. Don't even think about it. Just give up. That's objective. A break. We'll be back. I go back to the phones. After this though. Hang.

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"james damore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Here we have we have Cohen out there. He's talking about. How us other rigging a bunch of online polls for Trump didn't didn't all the presidential polls have Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide. Isn't that my memory? My memory is in every poll had her winning in a landslide at one of the reasons they had a connection fits because they all believe those polls, not mentally these are online polls that are being discussed here in the Wall Street Journal story about the rat. Like like drudge poll is an online poll garage will pose a question yesterday. No trump. Hillary wanna be a vote on it to however, many times you want. It's not scientific in the sense that one line polls are not scientific in the sense that the serious pollsters would have you believe there's are. The I just have to have this stuff off at the pass every time it rears its head. It's no accident that this James James damore was the engineer who was fired after writing is it'll manifesto at Google. It was it was writing about the bias at Google and he got. Candidacy see here. I think a great example is Alexander the okay, she'll Cortez. We're all sitting here thinking that she has become the biggest thing of the democrat, not not with members of congress. The average ordinary American democrat voter that she's the Twitter king. And in fact, there's a story that Alexander. Okay. So contest is running Twitter education seminars for other House Democrats show them how to use the biggest she is being touted as the Queen of Twitter. She'd nobody's ever been better at using Twitter, Alexandra. Okay, CEO Cortez. And how much of that is hype? How much of that is us just being told that this woman is captivated. The leftist portions of this country. I don't deny that she gets a lot of face time and a lot, but but the idea that she has become the face of the democrat. I just I think there's so much of this hype. And I just don't I think there's so much ill legitimacy of serious this insincerity on the democrat party sign the leftist side, but I think you have to be suspicious and wary. That's why by the way one of their tactics the drive bys, especially one of their tactic tactics. When they get on some subject that they're supposedly doing news stories about there is an there is an aura around the coverage. It makes it look like anybody with a common sense brain believe this. My best example, the one that first comes to my mind is the Indiana religious freedom restoration act Pence was the governor resigns. It media was outraged because what the religious freedom restoration act did was basically say that Christians can't be punished. For doing things. Because of their religious beliefs. They had been refusing to bake cakes for gay, weddings, and receptions, are refusing to be photographers, of course, that's a setup to because the gays getting married could have found somebody Baker cake that was willing to do it. But they hunt these things he's Christian places purposely to call him out. And so so the media runs Indiana starts covering this stuff. As though every body in America is outraged at Indiana and outraged at Christians, and that's just the order with which this stuff is covered. Same thing. With camera hog same thing without Alexandria, Kissel Cortez. They make it look like. What they make it. Look like is that what you think in the people you believe in such a tiny minority don't matter anymore. A try to make you think that you've already lost your being overrun you've lost your country. You've lost your culture. Don't even think about it. Just give up. That's the objective. Take a break. We'll be back back to the phones. After this though. Hang on. Rush Limbaugh, simply brilliant on the network. Washington's mall. L Washington talk rhinos.

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"james damore" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Here we have we have co announcer. He's talking about how he's other rigging a bunch of online polls for Trump didn't didn't all the presidential polls have Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide. Isn't that my memory? My memory is at every poll had her winning in a landslide at one of the reasons they had a commission fits because they all believe those polls now, admittedly, these are online polls that are being discussed here in the Wall Street Journal story about the rat. Like like drudge poll is an online poll garage will pose a question. Yes. Or no, Trump Hillary be a vote on it. However, many times you want. It's not scientific in the sense that one line polls are not scientific in the sense that the serious pollsters would have you believe there's are. So I just I have to have this stuff off at the pass every time it rears its head. It's no accident that this James James damore was the engineer who was fired after writing little manifesto at Google. It was it was writing about the bias at Google and he got. He got candidacy here too. I think a great example is Alexander the acacia Cortez. We're all sitting here thinking that she has become the biggest thing in the democrat party, not not with members of congress. The average ordinary American democrat voter that she's the Twitter king. And in fact, there's a story that Alexander the acacia Cortez is running Twitter education seminars for other House Democrats show them how to use the bigger she is being touted as the Queen of Twitter. She'd nobody's ever been better at using Twitter than Alexandra. Okay, CEO Cortez. And how much of that is hype? How much of that is us just being told that this woman has captivated? The leftist portions of this country. I don't deny that she gets a lot of face time and a lot, but but the idea that she has become the face of the democrat. I just I think there's so much of this hype so much, and I I just don't I think there's so much ill legitimacy. Serious this insincerity on the democrat party sign the left aside that I think you have to be suspicious and wary of it that's why by the way one of their tactics the drive bys, especially one of their tactic tactics when they get on some subject that they're supposedly doing news stories about there is an there was an aura around the coverage. It makes it look like anybody with a common sense brain believes this. My best example, the one that first comes to my mind is the Indiana religious freedom restoration act Pence was the governor resigns. It media was outraged because what the religious freedom restoration act did was basically say that Christians can't be punished. For doing things. Because of their religious beliefs. They had been refusing to bake cakes for gay, weddings, and receptions, are refusing. It'll be photographers, of course, that's a setup to because the gays getting married could've found somebody Baker cake that was willing to do it. But they hunt these things he's Christian owned places purposely to call him out. And so so the media runs Indiana starts covering this stuff. As though every body in America is outraged at Indiana and outraged at Christians, and that's just the order with which this stuff is covered. Same thing. With camera hog same thing without Alexandria, Kissel Cortez. They make it look like. What they make it. Look like is that what you think in the people you believe in her such a tiny minority even matter anymore. A try to make you think that you've already lost your being overrun you've lost your country. You've lost your culture. Don't even think about it. Just give up. That's objective. Take a break. We'll be back. I get back to the phones after this though. Hang on..

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"james damore" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on KTRH

"Here we have we have Cohen out there. He's talking about how he's other rigging much online. Polls for Trump didn't didn't all the presidential polls have Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide. Isn't that my memory? My memory is in every poll had her winning in a landslide at one of the reasons they had a connection fits because they all believe those polls. Now, these are online polls that are being discussed here in the Wall Street Journal story about the rat. Like like drudge poll is an online poll garage will pose a question. Yes. Or no, Trump, Hillary, whatever you vote on it, however, many times you want. It's not scientific in the sense. That one line Paul's not scientific in the sense that the serious pollsters would have you believe there's are. So I just I have to head this stuff off at the pass every time it rears its head. It's no accident that this James James damore was the engineer who was fired after writing is it'll manifesto at Google. It was it was writing about the bias at Google and he got. He got canned. Let's see here. I I think a great example is Alexander. Okay. She'll cortez. We're all sitting here thinking that. She has become the biggest thing in the democrat party, not not with members of congress. The average ordinary American democrat voter that she's a Twitter king. And in fact, there's a story that Alexandra. Okay. So Cortez is running Twitter education seminars for other House Democrats show them how to use the biggest she is being touted as the Queen of Twitter. She'd nobody's ever been better at using Twitter than Alexandra. Okay. Seal cortes. And how much of that is hype? How much of that is us just being told that this woman has captivated? The leftist portions of this country. I don't deny that she gets a lot of face time and a lot of, but but the idea that she has become the face of the democrat. I just I think there's so much of this hype so much, and I I just don't I think there's so much ill legitimacy of serious this insincerity on the democrat party signed the leftist side that I think you have to be suspicious and wary of it that's why by the way one of their tactics the drive bys, especially one of their tactic tactics when they get on some subject that they're supposedly doing new stories about there is an there is an aura around the coverage. It makes it look like anybody with a common sense brain believes this. My best example, the one that first comes to my mind is the Indiana religious freedom restoration act Pence was the governor resigns. Is it? Media was outraged because what the religious freedom restoration act did was basically say that Christians can't be punished. For doing things. Because of their religious beliefs. They had been refusing to bake cakes for gay, weddings, and receptions, are refusing to be photographers, of course, that's a setup to because the gays getting married could have found somebody Baker cake that was willing to do it. But they hunt these things he's Christian owned places purposely to call him out. And so so the media runs Indiana starts covering this stuff. As though everybody in America is outraged Indiana and outraged at Christians, and that's just the orb with which this stuff is covered. Same thing. With camera hog same thing with the Alexandria Kissel Cortez. They make it look like. What they make it. Look like is that what you think in the people you believe in such a tiny minority matter anymore. A try to make you think that you've already lost your being overrun you've lost your country. You've lost your culture. Don't even think about it. Just give up. That's the objective. A break. We'll be back back to the phones. After this though. Hang.

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"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's still good. Yeah. Pretty cool. Make one last point on education here so alluded to this earlier, but we might as well just do this here. So this is seventh grade reading list from a school in Minnesota in one thousand nine eight and the seventh grade reading list from the Minneapolis school district today. Go comparison your hundred years ago now you would think with all the money. We're now spending is in relation. We talked about the teacher striker, you would think with all the money we're spending now with all the new methods of teaching over one hundred years, you'd think we're we're wiser and smarter with our modern ways, we've the internet for the love of Pete. We've all the world's information at our fingertips. You would think we'd be illiterate hundred years ago, and we'd be all geniuses today. When did we wouldn't you objectively thing that that would be the case about a hundred years ago, they probably don't even know how to read it all? But today, we're so smart, it seems like opposite. So this is an eighth grade. Seventh grade reading from one hundred years ago and seventh-grader twelve or thirteen years old. He got some books by Henry Wadsworth longfellow. Some Edgar Allan Poe. Charles Dickens, Rudyard Kipling, Oliver Wendell, Holmes poems. Some James damore Cooper, some Washington Irving twelve year olds reading hill. Washington irving. Now, I'm going to be honest. I'll stop here. I've never read any of these books. I'm just listing. The names of people I've heard of. It's going to be totally honest with you not try to be. Oh, my this is my favorite James federal Cooper book Wadsworth book..

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"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"If you write a better story or the flip side, if you write a bad story about this. Then we're gonna hurt you with your ad revenue. Because. All the tech websites in particular. But all the website really all I'll website get their ad revenue from Google ads. So if you insult the mothership big trouble. So media outlets were strongly discouraged from properly reporting on this. So what does this is Saul linski rules for radicals? All right. I think the eleventh roller. Whatever is pick the target freeze. It personalize it and polarized. Pick the target freeze. It personalized polarizing. So you fire James damore, James damore at the target. Not the issue him James damore, you give every manager of the party line. Tuck only about the victims and our hurt and traumatized the fragile children at Google. Are. They freeze it. You blame the outright white supremacists. Polarizing. And then you use your influence to force the media to write stories about orangutans normal. Thank. Pick your target freeze. It personalized polarize us there you have it. So if they will do that with one of their employees. What would stop Google the same people from doing this with other other stories that are out there? All while never addressing the legitimate issue of ideological diversity in the first place, which is why James damore was actually writing about to try and help his employer. It wasn't like he was fired. And he's going out in a blaze, glories speaking. He's speaking horrible things about his employer. He was a hey here. Here's some issues. And here's how we can fix them at. Here's some of the problems, a have you ever read that as eloquent and thoughtful as anyone could ever write something on this topic? But no, no, no, no, no freeze..

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"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We don't need to solve it. Now. It's funny. How we can't. We're not. But I'm talking the same language. This is funny. My wife, and I we've gotten pretty good at having discussions like this where we'll be talking to each other. And it's just not it's not worth like something's clicking. And we're both pretty good now at at different times of one of the people being like hold on before it escalates out of control someone's like. We're missing something here. Okay. Let's pause. Let's come back to the beginning. What are you? What are you? What are you trying to say I don't care about what you're saying? So we're not going to keep going. Okay. I'm just saying. My wife, and I we don't need to solve that here. Okay. Eric, okay. But my wife, and I got pulled a little bit of that. Yeah. And I don't even really I'll be honest. I don't really know what I'm talking about. I just read the headline is picture. Okay. So what's the point of really continuing this conversation, not at all no point wasted? Everybody's still listening. I don't know what I'm talking about. What are we doing? Where's miles? That's funny. I we get we could all we're all speaking the same airport. Great. Let's do it. Okay. But do it remember James damore that name ring a bell? So James damore is the Google former Google employees who sent out a memo. About how Google? How Google can become more ideologically diverse. The exact title is the is Google's ideological echo chamber was about a year and a half ago. And it got released got leaked so Google ended up firing him someone who is a part of his firing inside Google has spoken out about it. He said, it's terrible. What we did. In what he describes provides a nice lies lesson on how the left treated any issue that makes them look bad or hypocritical. So we got a little bit of a of a revealed playbook in front of us here. So we've got five steps five things they did more to damore and five things that they see all. So this is what the guy says he says to quell dissent of this memo. We told executives to write to their employees condemning the memo. All right. That's point number one. So from the jump Google had no interest in confronting the issues that damore very eloquently and thoughtfully with footnotes wrote about you can disagree with his conclusions. Obviously. But. The left always talks about the need to have a conversation. There's there's no interest in having a conversation inside Google about this issue. So that's the first one. Well, the descent..

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"james damore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"He's holding the line for America. Buck Sexton is back. Due to social media giants and the internet titans of Silicon Valley. Do they play dirty? At this point largely a rhetorical question. As you know, I've been sounding the alarm on this for a long time talking to you about a frequently on this show. And we have some very well known case studies now of just how bias these immensely powerful and insanely wealthy corporations really are and they are very progressive. They're very left wing. And we've just as a nation. I think last couple years woken up to this reality. You may recall the case of James damore, James damore is a is a trained scientist who was working for Google, and he wrote a very thoughtful and well reasoned internal memo at Google about essentially, you know, the differences between men and women and group think and he just tried to tackle some of the political correctness that was. So stifling inside of Google's corporate culture, which as we know at the top of Google's corporate hierarchy of people who are very left wing. I mean, people that are they they'd be comfortable hanging out in the Wellesley faculty lounge. No problem. That's that's the kind of mentality. They have about everything. Well, James damore shared something. Now this this is unverified this unverified. But it's supposedly from a Google insider who remember James damore was fired. He was fired for sharing a good faith memo from within Google, and they got rid of him. And this is this is supposed to be in day. More has now shared this. Some other big media blue check, which means you're verified on Twitter for those who don't know they've shared this to this is what apparently goes on inside of Google. This is a post on Reddit, right? Which is where a cool internet people will hang out and post things here's what here's what he wrote this supposed- insider who calls himself tired of lying for Google. I was involved in the in the internal decisions involving James damore memo. And it's terrible. What we did to him. First of all, we knew about the memo. A month before it went viral HR Senate up the reporting chain when he gave it as internal feedback. But we did nothing. There wasn't anything. We could do except admit to wrongdoing and lying to our employees. We just hope that no one else would see his document. Unfortunately, the memo's started spreading within the company the floodgates opened and previously silent employees started talking to quell dissent. We told executives to write their employees condemning the memo manipulating our internal. Megyn. I don't know what that is to buyers the ratings toward anti Demore posts, the head of Megyn is an ally to the diversity cause and gave every manager talking points on what to tell their reports about the memo in all our communications, we concentrated on how hurt employee's per purportedly were and diverted attention from Google discriminatory. Employment practices and political hegemony never mind. The science we needed to make an example of day. More looking for some excuse to fire him, we spied on his phone. Wow. And his computer, we didn't find anything, although our spine probably made his devices unusually slow preventing him from organizing support within the company when we did fire him, our reputation and integrity took a hit. But at least other employees were afraid to speak up. This is what I always say. You don't have to burn down all the villages. You just have to burn down one firing him without an NDA was a huge risk though. He was a top performer. And new too many compromising secrets like Dragonfly the secret censored search project in China. He had also reported several legally dubious practices in search. That means Google search that still exist. Only God knows why he never leaked Dragonfly or the other issues. But I think it's because he actually cared about Google our response after we fired him was equally disgraceful. We were supposed to have a town hall to answer these questions. However after questions started coming in that we could reasonably answer we had to cancel it. We shifted the blame onto all right trolls and have avoided talking about it openly since then to control the narrative, we planted stories with journalists and flex Google's muscles where necessary in exchange for insider access and preferential treatment. All we ask for is their loyalty for online media, Google ads pay their paycheck, and our search brings their customers sore influence should not be underestimated we dealt with the National Labor Relations board case in a similar way. People are ultimately lazy? So he found a sympathetic lawyer in the NFL are be and wrote the internal memo for her no one wanted to spend the effort to oppose it despite it being laughably week then. After day. More dropped his case with the analog and follow the class action lawsuit. We have the NLRB publicly released the memo that they had written for them. Our PR firm sent press releases saying the NRO NLRB ruled the firing legal which was manufactured Bs all our scheming was over the phone and deleted emails or through an external PR firm. So it was deniable now that we forced him into arbitration. We're closed screwing him over completely. I can't verify that this is accurate. James damore? Sharon, could he clearly thinks it's accurate. Others are shared. They think it's accurate and at all certainly sounds plausible rings true and more than that. It is the playbook of how these companies do this. Whether this person who seems to know a whole lot is telling the truth or not this is the playbook. This is how Google plays dirty. Thank you. Six fifty. You know, what smart kicking off twenty nineteen my planning out, which rolls your business needs to hire. For. You know, what else is really smart start.

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"james damore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Made his devices unusually slow preventing him from organizing support within the company when we did fire him, our reputation and integrity took a hit. But at least other employees were afraid to speak up. This is what I always say. You don't have to burn down all the villages. You just have to burn down one firing him without an NDA was a huge risk though. He was a top performer. And new too many compromising secrets like Dragonfly the secret censored search project in China. He also reported several legally dubious practices in search. That means Google search. That's still exist. Only God knows why he never leaked Dragonfly or the other issues. But I think it's because he actually cared about Google our response after we fired him was equally disgraceful. We were supposed to have a town hall to answer these questions. However after questions started coming in that we couldn't reasonably answer we had to cancel it. We shifted the blame onto alt-right trolls and have avoided talking about it openly since then to control the narrative, we planted stories with journalists and flex Google's muscles where necessary in exchange for insider access and preferential treatment. All we ask for is their loyalty for online media Google ads pay their paycheck and our search brings their customers. So our influence should not be underestimated we dealt with the National Labor Relations board case in a similar way. People are ultimately lazy? So he found a sympathetic lawyer in the NFL are be and wrote the internal memo for her no one wanted to spend the effort to oppose it despite it being laughably week then. After day. More dropped his case and filed a class action lawsuit. We have the NLRB publicly released the memo that they had written for them. Our PR firm sent press release saying the NRO NLRB ruled the firing legal which was manufactured BS all our scheming was over the phone and deleted emails or through an external PR firm. So it was deniable now that we forced him into arbitration. We're close to screwing him over completely. I can't verify that this is accurate. James damore? But he clearly thinks it's accurate. Others are share. They think it's accurate, and it all certainly sounds plausible rings true and more than that. It is the playbook of how these companies do this. Whether this person who seems to know a whole lot is telling the truth or not this is the playbook. This is how Google plays dirty..

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"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"james damore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Studios. Aired live. You're listening to the best of Armstrong and Getty. You want to know the perfect number of kids have or the worst number of kids to have. Sean guests a thousand. Seems like that would be a handful one really tough to get a seat at a restaurant. Of studying moms across the country that have various numbers of kids you'd have to have a lot of kids obviously to participate in this because I have to. So I have no idea what it's like to have three or more abruptly. Moms who have three children are more stressed than than those who have fewer kids and then at four you start getting a lower level of stress because the age groups and the way they take care of themselves stuff like that starts. What this claims so I- three my wife to the worst possible scenario, did my parents. Yeah. The hardest is subject to my wife like she didn't say like I'm a Saudi over here. Please. I just thought that was interesting came up with that survey you go from man to man defense disown. That's definitely true. But yeah, I could see once you have four that oldest one is probably old enough to pitch in. I mean, unless you're just knocking them out like a baby factory. Yeah. And they're pretty closely spaced. Yeah. They should be around eight right? The oldest one. If you've got four. Every two years, which is going pretty fast. Yeah. Yeah. On an eight year old can certainly help clear the table, and I'm working on it with mine. There you go. Really? Yeah. On on changed entire over the weekend way to go with educate them in the manly arts, what duties were his responsibility jacked up the car vice. Yeah. Wow. That's always a cool. I remember seeing that with my fingers, I'm lifting this car using a Jack. But makes you feel powerful. Yeah. Teaches them about physics. Couldn't get the lug nuts off with his eight-year-old arms. No fascination with the tire. The. I love that. I'm amazing. What's not to like? Yeah. Sure. Teaching them a skill that nobody will do in the future. The western world is losing its mind. You have men winning a women's bicycle races, for instance, and the women grumble, and then get accused of hate and that sort of thing. And then you have scientific American a few months ago publishing an editorial claiming that most of us are biological hybrids on a male female continuum that biological sex doesn't really exist. That was the claim made by trans studies. Professor, nNcholas Matt. It appears the idea of a biological sex. Either doesn't exist or is a social construct is becoming more popular. So does it exist? Is it simply a social construct were all mix. Well, they get into that. And it's I found it really interesting. We'll have this lake for you. If you want to read it at Armstrong and Getty dot com, but they talk about physical Sachs as opposed to gender which refers to social cultural traits or whatever. So forget that. We're talking about is your guy or is your girl, you got a penis or a giant. Well, there's more to it than that's how I break her down. All right. Well, that's a good basic. You know, if you're checking somebody at the border, or you know, in a prison, I guess that's a good way to go. But they talk about physical and psychological sex and. It is. Unsustainable. It is incomprehensible. It is crazy to claim anything. But there are large and important differences between men and women physically and psychologically, anybody who claims otherwise is a wackadoo. And this is this is a pretty good dipstick. Speaking of car care, you gotta dipstick or not for no settled down. It's a pretty good measure of how crazy would become a society. Because if you look at the, you know, the the APA dictionary psychology the guidelines for psychological practices, Planned Parenthood. Any responsible biologist ninety eight percent of us are clearly male or clearly female. And the idea that there's no real biological difference is just silly. The interesting part of this that I wasn't familiar with is. There. There's the way psychologists express sex differences, physical and emotional. Run from positive deed de stand for. I'm not even sure but every characteristic if it's like super high positive d it's indicates men are higher on that particular attribute if it's a negative. It indicates that women are higher. I wouldn't have gone with positive and negative. It sounds like a judgement, but they go through all sorts of differences from grip strength mathematical abilities spatial rotation skills task oriented leadership. Leaping interpersonal trust. Leafing? My leaping abilities. And when I see somebody I size them up really quickly. I wonder how far they could leave. But they go on interpersonal trust conformity, general verbal ability. I was I thought it was interesting that you shouldn't apparently say out loud. Like when I was younger. How many women did I come across in my entire life that were stronger than me a couple, right, right? So I mean, that's just not that's not an accident. So here's here's a good example. Oh, we're running a little late. That's right. A devalue near zero means that sex differences are trivial once it's plus or minus point twenty psychologist's take notice. Value minus twenty for instance, indicates that fifty eight percent of women are higher than the average man on a psychological trait. Small effect sizes like interpersonal trust conformity, general verbal ability. That's in the minus twenty range. It's you know, women are on average somewhat better or with three happen a value. Plus fifty is considered moderate and that includes like spatial rotation skills certain mathematical abilities, like three dimensional geometry and calculus men are significantly or moderately better. Or larger groups of men are good at it than women. A devalue of minus eighty is considered large and indicates that seventy nine percent of women are higher than the average man sex differences in tender mindedness. However, they measure that being interested more in people than in things and lack of interest in casual sex reside in this size range. So the long shows that. I've always noticed though. But you get you know, there's that are small differences. Then once you get to like, a plus one full point, that's out large values less common in psychology. But that means that eighty four percent of men are higher than the average women woman in height. In expressing interest in engineering is an occupation. And in the absence of sexual disgust. This is the good one such as not feeling grossed out when hearing neighbors having sex eighty five percent. Of men are not particularly gross down. I'm not grossed out by that. I'd rather not women are grossed out by that. Yeah. There's a big difference of value point two or two point. Oh, that's a huge difference. That indicates that ninety eight percent of men are higher than the average woman in a trait about as close as richer. Researchers can get to finding a truly diamorphine difference meeting men. Are this women are that ninety eight percent? And that's in throwing ability grip. Strength and voice pitch froing ability. Yeah. Yeah. The number of women I've met with a lower voice than me is like to in my life. Yeah. Yeah. Some of those are obviously. Does she look at your life experience? And that's not to say that. There are no women who can throw hard. They're plenty watch ESPN two. You'll see them. But keep in mind going back to eighty four percent of men are higher than the average woman on expressing interest in engineering is an occupation. That's interest. Now could some of that be social they grew up thinking women don't do that. Maybe maybe but it's nowhere near. The problem that people say that it's obviously discrimination like the poor son of a gun James damore trying to point out Google, and even the mathematical stuff Larry Summers got fired from Harvard for saying there are more men interested in this stuff than women. That's why there are more men in the program all by God. He's sexist. It's gotta be fired PS we're gonna make a contribution. Yeah. I also think it's it's interesting. How often over understated it is that in that very same memo that he was identifying these differences. He was offering. Hey, maybe if we do x y and z we can kind of shrink advice things like he wasn't making some sort of decree. He was analyzing the situation, and that's how stupid in fevered. The conversation has got over all the stuff. One texture wanted to know based on that information. Should it be okay to say throw like a girl? Little rude. So the girl to girl or to a man. Well, it's rude to both. I think we like it would be like saying. To a woman, you have the tenderness of a man. What are you trying to do here, your turtle? Everybody's feelings here in the abstract. Sure. It's fine to say. But I've rarely heard that set as a complement of. No, not always meant to be an yeah. Yeah. So it's insulting to women say that even though that thing shows that eighty five percent of ninety eight ninety eight percent. Yeah. Okay. Throwing ability better could throw this football right over that. Oh. Somebody's things don't come up that much in everyday life. Especially after the age of like thirty forty leaping ability in throwing ability. I hardly I almost never leave. Right. And I rarely throw all the time. I challenged my wife you want to go back and throw stuff. She's.

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"james damore" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

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"james damore" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"I would say for the first time is reduce the cost of rejection two males two zero because it hides it. You don't wanna people you ever hear from our people who have rejected you, although although they true. But there was one man who had to make three hundred he he actually tallied it you had to make three hundred requests of swiping writer reply. So he had the sensibly. Sure. Sure. Sure. But it's massively attenuated because you're not being humiliated, not at all not at all. It's really it's really at arm's length, and you can wipe very very rapidly. And so you been all that rejection over with. A very short period of like losing video gamers, well, less. We're not. I mean, not nearly as bad. So I don't know what I mean. Tender also, reduces the one of the other things that things that you want to think about with regards to sex, and I think this is probably particularly true for women is that to what degree is it in women's interests to allow the cost of sex to fall to zero because with pornography, certainly does that. And it just seems to me that that's not a very good long term strategy for relationships between men and women because whatever sex is worth the cost of zero is the wrong price. And so that's you know, I heard the bunny ranch and pay quite a bit for well. True true. But that's true. But you don't have to. I've heard from a number of women what written read blog reports on their frustration with their attempts to be relatively sexually selective. Like, let's say they decide that they're not going to sleep with their new partner on the first date in they're frustrated by the fact that to the degree that they're being cautious in their sexual behavior. Which I think is actually an admirable idea that they're instantly out competed, especially if they're partners are somewhat impulsive by women who will say yes at the drop of a hat. And so well, again, I don't think you know, what depends on what the goal is. That's the thing is that there's the short terms short-term, sexual gratification. But the literature indicates that married couples, for example, or couples in permanent long term monogamous relationship are more sexually satisfied than single people. And maybe the single people have to be passed out into those who are sexually successful. And. Those who aren't but I suspect that would make that much difference. But whatever there's the utility of relatively immediate sexual gratification for whatever that's worth in the adventurous nece that goes along without let's say the hunt and the excitement of having a new partner in all of that. And maybe even the danger that's associated with that. Because people like to have a little bit of danger in their life. But what's the goal? It's like what do people want? And I mean, there's a great book called a billion wicked thoughts that was written by Google G nears. And so it contains great psychology because Google engineers don't care about political correctness. And they just write down what they find. They don't even notice that. It's politically incorrect, hence, James damore, for example. And what they found was that women use pornography just as much as men, but the pornography that women use is verbal it's not just and the pornographic novels, essentially, followed the same extraordinarily standard plot line to the degree that. Publishing houses like harlequin. We say, it's the it's the bodice rippers the restaurants now. Yeah. Right. So in the harlequin series. You have the ones that were published like in the nineteen seventies. That are pretty tame. There's a sniping. They're pretty hot actually. Well, there's a variety they rain. They range -pletely tamed to essentially hardcore pornography, but the but the plots are quite similar and the plot is young relatively innocent woman finds powerful interesting dangerous male tames him, and then they have anti-graft enough. Yeah. It's the beauty and the beast plot fundamental search for women on porn hub, we discovered we did an episode on point was for women. It was rape. Wasn't that like the no lesbianism, or at least that was your point? That was your thought me. Okay..

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