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"John dot it's a pleasure to welcome Neil Fergus S. Ferguson of the Hoover Institution teachers and staff most recently Boston globe what to expect on the other side of the virus as we re open economically thanks Matt Neal of very good evening to the metaphors that are used routinely now in the debate about reopening across the nation individually whatever the sequence reopen in general is a V. shaped a U. shaped a hockey books a hockey a hockey stick shaped you have another metaphor and it it touches to history because of the recovery from the pandemic of nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen the so called Spanish flu another man observed what's next John Maynard Keynes so what metaphor are you attracted to when we imagine how we recover good evening to you professor all the pleasure to be with you again I was hearing it some protection I am simply work calls for U. S. economic growth for the next year or so and it didn't look excellent what can you say to me an awful lot to backward square root sign and then I looked a little bit more closely I realized that if it came up with a giant portal as well bear with me if you could imagine most of the top of its shell lighting deeply dire into wards they wanted to sell the neck that we grow up it that probably later this year but we certainly don't get anywhere near the heights of the shell will be get to its head and then things flat knives so I think this is a little shake out recovery it's certainly going to be a few shekels just no way we can bounce back to where we were before the pandemic struck could be decided on location shingles missing both knockdowns if you believe an item will cost me that will not be a vaccine until next year probably middle to late next year in terms of general availability something about twenty maybe ten percent of all economic activity is just not going to be able to be resumed on me we just won't be able to go to the base for our client code two planes collided into restaurants and malls go to the movies at least things are gonna be off canceled postponed until sometime in twenty twenty one the idea of a V. shape we can produce the goods are expected back up to where we were up someplace in the course of this year strikes me as complete thank you think about the ways of the people who talk about you should click covers are awfully enough very same people who talk about it be shipped the coverage back in two thousand nine they were wrong then they're going to be even more on this car John Maynard Keynes wrote cab right after the Spanish flu the economic consequences of peace it was oppression observation because what was ahead of us was the the up side of the neck of the turtle in the nineteen twenties and then that deep down inside that started with the crash famously in twenty nine but really deep into the failure of the banks and thirty three so I want to lay that in front of you do we go through that pattern it's recognizable is dreary but it and it takes twenty years but we do come out of it is that is sensible timeline new well I think it's useful to get back to Keynes's economic consequences the peace in the world in the midst of the great influenza pandemic of nineteen eighteen nineteen although he was mostly focused on the call he was going to be imposed on to to to terminate the treaty of Versailles probably out of politicking flew at that time S. mystically a predicted but this excessive debt burden what was being imposed on Germany would talk very destabilizing come consequences economically he predicted it would be inflation which it certainly was spot right to predict because Germany by nineteen twenty three and one of the biggest hyperinflation to mystery but he added the vengeance would not live after dictating that Germany would ultimately react against the the peacemakers of our society and older canes wasn't able to predict exactly what will happen in Germany between nineteen thirty three and thirty nine you certainly anticipated but the piece of paper so I would be a short one one that just twenty years later there would be another World War not look lost also kind of cagey in question about what's happening log in the face of a pandemic we have to do the ring around January or February and into March clothes dominated large parts of the US economy and in particular we closed on the two most economically important state California and New York and saving time the US government which back in the Congress and the Federal Reserve System Bob are you injecting lost on the tree and crystal well I hesitate to use towards stimulus because it's more like me thanks into the system trillions of dollars to speak to shore up asset prices but also to get checks to Americans whose jobs have basically just been abolished or at least put on hold the result is going to be clearly in the moments in the pop world popping government debts are and that's happening all over the world and I think if he were around today he'd be saying to us what do you call it created a huge supply shock trying to contain this viral speed at the same time you open the monitoring system floodgate now in the short run you were going through some kind of very intense recession but when you get to that twenty twenty one and you've got a vaccine and or you got her to nudity depending on which way you go about what's going to happen I like I said look this is the toughest question the economists and they have to answer the short run it's definitely a very deflationary environments almost depression like you know it's cold and see if you look ahead to next year you have to ask yourself what's going to happen is there going to be some uptick in inflation and certainly is one possibility more all the fiscal consequences of this enormous splurge going to require austerity on an even larger scale than we saw in the period after the great financial crisis of two thousand a two thousand dollar bond thank you to try to answer that question it's enormously difficult and I'm struck by the fact that the best economists in the world don't seem ready to commit themselves on this detail about the road ahead I think what you just gave us is it to tier recovery one that will end with the vaccine when and if it exists and then the long term recovery has to deal with this flood of money that is promised not only by the United States but also by our European allies in the IMF and the World Bank that that is the second part of the recovery is that correct professor first medical their economic or maybe thinking eighteen three stages winning in the first stage we sort of go off into the woods is neck because we start to receive economic activity the virus infections and talks with the economy resume something resembling normal service that penetrates to the to the twenty twenty one story I would rather go to backseat although the ministry and it's it's it's possible for most people to go to crowded places again a lot of social second phase of the business world space which is dealing with the unintended consequences of the extraordinary measures that have been taken on the fiscal and monetary side and I I think nobody's really giving your correct so that suffice to say that these measures are in a much larger scale than anything that happened in two thousand nine two thousand ten I mean there's just this enormous growth in the deficit and it says you say John not just in the United States but in all major economies and it's being financed partly if not wholly by central banks they don't quite convincing Mandi interrupting it added on the call because this isn't the mother tree theory because it still adds including using both being financed by central banks creating excess reserves interest bearing reserves but I still think that there's going to be this huge horrible when we get to do that it's a possibility twenty one well now what can we do Bob because if we're going to have to talk to anything resembling normal deficits there's have to be about some tax hikes and spending cuts the bottom line is if you increase your death as drastically as we're currently doing that at some point there has to be a fiscal adjustments unless you're incredibly lucky and economy grows among horror rate seems like me to do I want to speak to that future after twenty honey one on the basis of a new book we've discussed and I'm reading now and you have already read it's entitled radical uncertainty decision making beyond the numbers by the distinguished professor at Oxford John Kay and the former head of the U. of a chancellor of the exchequer and now London school of economics author Mervyn king a let me come back what is the future of for all that money that's coming in this age of because of the time of the virus I'm John batch with Neil Ferguson of the Hoover institution.
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"I'm John that so this is the John dot so show it's a delight to speak to a man whose look beyond birds to where they come from and then to feathers and their uses Tor Hanson is the author the book is feathers Torp I'd love the chapter about ten the the the quill pen and I learned from you that the word panda itself comes from the word feathers of course that's magical and once upon a time that was the writing instrument today of course I'm looking at my macbook pro and I'm also looking at your wonderful book printed very carefully to did it to lay out the theory the developmental theory of feather revolution first of all why is this important to solve and what do we learn from the five stages of feathers I always really great staff and it's cutting edge science in fact and developmental theory was really only been around for a decade or so and in till that time what people generally believed was that feathers evolved directly from scales once most scientists got their head around this idea that birds came out of the dinosaurs are out of at least a reptilian lineage then it was pretty much assumes that feathers must've involved from scales and that the scale and simply gotten long and straight from the edges to make what we think of as a feather and this was in text books until quite recently when a fellow named Richard problem with teaching literally his first year of teaching ornithology he was at the university of Kansas time now is at Yale and he was riding his lectures that and the night before of course up with text books putting all this together and he taught one lecture on how feathers grow and then he was teaching a lecture on how they evolved and he said he realized at the chalkboard that it's simply couldn't be right that feathers were so structurally different from scales that they must have been on a separate evolutionary lineage and these five stages of feathers which will you lay out in illustrations in your books this suggests of course that the feathers developed along side the development of these feathered dinosaurs eat these flora pods right that the the feathers were responding to the environment just as the dinosaur birds were is that correct absolutely and it also really speaks to the power of this of this particular theory and that what he and then at other colleagues of heroes and even his students tried to do is identify what are the evolutionary novelties what has to happen in evolution to allow you to make a modern feather there you can't simply start with a structure that snap complex there have to be simpler forms in a progression that allow that to develop and he identified five steps and then was able to say okay if these steps are necessary then they should appear in the fossil lineage somewhere and now with those wonderful fossils coming out of China you can find examples of those five stages the feather development with in that live a theropod dinosaur now back to the debate because you mentioned the school that says that dinosaurs are developed a form of Dawnstar develops feathers and then we move on to flight but there's another school that says if it's a bird it's not a dinosaur and if it's a dinosaur it's not a bird to have that correct and that there's a common ancestor somewhere farther back we haven't found yet more yeah yes there is small but very ardent group of people who who believe that birds are on a St still related to reptiles that on more distant sort of cousin and stage to the dinosaurs and that there must be some common ancestor farther much farther back in evolutionary time there's not a lot of fossil evidence yet to support that theory but I did none the less there are folks who could definitely ascribe to it and of those schools today stay alive they're still continuing to look one of the of one of the joys of your book tore is to be introduced to the front lines because who knew everybody knew this much about feathers and who knew what we didn't know about feathers and what as certainly as an author you understand if you want to know a subject you write a book about it and then you know what we don't know and and we don't know about flight let's go back to it the raptors couldn't fly in Jurassic Park okay we can also remember the movie however that speculation about raptors using feathers to guide them or to steer them like sales that leads to speculation about raptors or bird or dinosaurs running up into trees and using feathers to flyer flap themselves up we have examples on in your book about birds using their feathers to chase up walls is that a a is that a fresh thinking about flight being a product of climbing and then swooping down yeah this is a really neat relatively new theory that is bringing a lot of threads together typically what people have argued about over the years is whether or not flight develop we've all from the ground up meaning it was a to like it creature dashing about on the ground leaping in and developing the ability is sore from that direction or whether or not it was from the trees down and whether or not these were creatures that lived in the trees and and learn to fly by leaping out of trees but both of those theories have weak points and again this is an example of of him but one of the great things about teaching is that it can make people think in new ways there's a fellow at the university of Montana name can dial who is teaching a graduate seminar and he taught that and then his students that both both of those theories have such drawbacks why don't you come up with something new and so he began doing his own research on this and he started studying a little bird called the chukar partridge which is a ground bird can fly but it spends a lot of time on the ground to fly short distances and he was curious to see how young chukar partridge is learns to fly and whether they had any use for what we might say as a half formed wing when their flight feathers are just growing in with what point can they actually use those for something practical so he set up an experiment where these young partridges were to leak from and start to fly from pedestal to pedestal with in his lap and then he left town for a few days he left this experiment charge of his young son the teenager at the time and when he came home he said well how's it going is sunset it's terrible there cheating and what he had seen was that instead of leaping they were running right up the side of these pedestals and how they did it was by using their wings flapping their wings backward to create extra traction much in the same way that you would see a the fin on a Formula One race car which is used to help push the wheels of the car down the the birds were doing the very same thing and gaining quite a bit of of traction by using their wings even when they were just half formed they had a real advantage for running up into these these places up on the pedestal the book is feathers and tore Hanson is the author I'm.
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"I'm John dot so this is the John Batchelor show I'm speaking with professor Paul Brach who has authored a new book the second nuclear age which is among other things thinking the unthinkable about the multi player world of nuclear powers we have a list the list is growing there is no reason to presume that the twentieth century protocols can contain the ever expanding arms race to contest to use nukes and how they can be used without ever firing the ball we lessons of the first nuclear age are important here because there's a very very thin firewall between first and second and you have a list of eight lessons we've talked about how you don't have to use it that's Harry Truman Dwight Eisenhower in the nineteen fifties used a long time which was action artillery weapon that can fire and an atomic warhead kiloton weapon that you could see exploding the distance is fantastic is that is that was part of the early age but I want to go through two of them the the organizational behavior and that matters in the first and second nuclear age and then thinking about the unthinkable but a definition here Paul that's necessary what is it that you mean by dynamic the first nuclear age was dynamic and that must influence our thinking on the second yeah this is a key point because people look at the Cold War and they say well containment or deterrence handled it but they forget how dynamic by which I mean that there were major changes in the whole role of nuclear weapons in the technology in the politics this look at this this way the nineteen fifties there was a huge build up over.
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"John dot service the John Batchelor show Richard upstate of the Hoover Institution here writing in defining ideas about the decision by the assembly in California it is dominated the super majority assembly of Democrats now sign in the law assembly bill five sponsored by an assembly woman from San Diego that is a blotching Ober left in particular but there will be other companies mentioned eventually no longer to treat their drivers or workers as contractors but instead as employees with all of the regulatory burden administrative genius that implies in Richard in his essay mention something I was completely ignorant the fair labor standards act of nineteen thirty eight which itself with its ambiguous language was a burden at the time and I think Richard you consider this a predicate for what's going on in California just as it did this complicate things even before California got busy yes I actually spent some time going through some of the rate regulation under the sale at the standards act and it is always extremely difficult the way the statute was passed in nineteen thirty eight it was depression arguments and they said there's always going to be exploitation by employers and so we give two forms of protection one we give a minimum wage law which applies to make sure that the base is going to be high enough and then it turns out that you have an overtime protection which is going to be applied to employees so they work too many hours they get time and a half and it turns out that this system is extremely difficult to put into place it's very difficult when you actually have a system of regulation to figure out what counts as an hour coming to work going home meals bathroom breaks commutation time close changing time instructional time membership in union time whatever it is and the the list are extremely hard. it turns out that at this particular point you have to be much tougher on your employees with respect to monitoring so you have all the buttons coming in and the buttons coming out and then what happens is you hit this cliff on over time so that after forty hours a week it's time and a half and if you start looking at the rates of utilization of workers they're very few workers who in their forty first hour with fifty percent more so firms essentially really distort shifts and so forth in order to reduce what's going on there are also lots of cases of coverage of that you have to deal with these things so one case I worked on or actually studies in California in work on it is there many jobs in which you have to two years of late so you're a mechanic in you do skilled work but part of the time and then for the other time when you don't have any cost to fix you sweep the floors and you get different wages for the two things and the way in which the employees started to deal with these cases is they said what we will make sure that your minimum wage what part of the book of business so if you get fifteen dollars to being the mechanic and you get six dollars for being this question the sweep and the medium and the minimum wage is ten dollars we will make sure even if you're doing a lot of six dollars all it works that you get at least ten dollars an hour for each of the hours that you work on the job and then some court decided to get rid of the establish practice and what it did is it said no that's not right you have to give people ten dollars for each hour they work so you can't offset the gains from the fifteen dollar hours against the six dollar Alice well that meant that every from inside the state was in non compliance they were troubled damages will full payment you have to go to the legislature to try to figure out how to sort this thing out and it turns out it's just an absolute nightmare because essentially what happens is the people who pass the statutes all of them think that is a kind of a paradigmatic work on a paradigmatic plants but these statutes applied to every worker in the United States counts as an employee but not to an independent. track that and they're always very many on anticipated variations for which the scheme does not work extremely well at that point you then have to have an administrator to decide these things courts all day hands and so it turns out you get the ministry is to do this now if your in a democratic administration you're gonna get a lot of expansive readings if you are a Republican administration of law lots of narrow reading so for example do you count. people were graduate students and instructors in T. A.'s on as employees and you treat them as outside this is well the Obama administration said employees yeah and it turns out all the universities which are very liberal fourth this because it makes it impossible for them to run a business model if they're gonna have to figure out when you have people going back and forth between various kinds of works whether their employees for one hour or their graduate students for another hour and essentially what happens they for this and I think what's happened is the Obama administration was replaced by the trump administration which backed off on some of this Richard we just have a minute I want to make a very careful I question here very carefully does this AB five suit the unions is this is this something we think it does because they think if they have one hourly workers will be easier for them to organize them the difficult in a union is fine however is that these work forces are always transit and so it's going to be very difficult to get people who want to commit themselves to helping to organize the union and they're gonna have a terrible legitimacy problems even if they say get elected for whatever the bargaining unit turns out to be and we don't know and seventy percent of the members have gone after one year it's going to be extremely difficult for them to say that they represent the will of the workers many of whom I protest this kind of an array all right I think in the end the shrinkage in the work is going to make the union position much harder than I think it is pressure that scene of the Hoover Institution AB five is a law in California good luck Lifton over I'm John bachelor. you're listening to John Batchelor KGO eight. heads.
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"No, thong wedgies. There. We go. Tommy, John dot com. All right. Let's get into it. We're back. I'm pumped to be back out of you. I missed the heck out of you. Okay. I didn't talk to you for the whole week the whole break, and it hurt me a little bit. But also, I knew it was the best thing for us. You know, it was very funny because I was I was I had my phone. But there is sometimes I was looking at it. Sometimes when I wasn't. But there was one time when Noah texted, the group asking a question about the podcast, and it was like, I know France, probably not gonna answer this. I did not see it till hours later. I was like, yeah. I'm just not gonna answer. Yeah. Which is why I didn't feel totally okay. With putting my phone way. All the time because it was like, wait a second. Yeah. Putting her phone away if Noah needs something there's a Noah emergency. Yeah. If there's no ember customers going to answer. There was one time though during the week that I I smoked and then was going to go to target just for fun because I was really bored. And no was like needed my help. And I had to say listen, I can't right now. I like my Brady, I'm like listening you need to give me like an hour and a half because I'm I'm just on my way to target now. And my brain is not functioning even before the even before the Christmas Eve episode when we were trying to figure out all the stuff of the podcast. I was just like my brain is off. I I don't even think I could process answering any of these questions to the my best capability was like it's just this is the time to turn my brain off. We came back on Wednesday and did our video, and I was like, I don't even know how to talk. Yeah. I actually felt like I needed to do tongue exercises because my tongue getting in the way when I was talking back in the game. Oh, yeah. I feel good today. I feel really good today. We just saw sorry. I'm like exactly I can't talk right now. But now, we're all of them know all over the place, but no edges retweeted our year and video which I wanna talk about for a second. Noah did a spectacular job with this video. If you haven't watched it, I recommend you go watch it immediately. It's like six minutes long's. But it's mazing. It's a really, and I know had told me beforehand that I was gonna cry at it. Yeah. Which I would expect anyway. But when I was watching it, it was I told you that you were gonna cry. I think I was like you better cry eith- at might have been it that might have been it. He might have said, you better cry. Yeah. Because he spent a lot of time on it. But when you sent the video I was in the car driving with Hank and we were going to Starbucks. I don't know why we're going to Starbucks, but we're going to Starbucks, and we got the video, and we're watching it like play stop on the thing, whatever. Yeah. And I'm watching out of the quarter of my I kinda. Because I'm driving here. I start crying. But Hank is next to me. And I don't want him to see me crying at the video of myself, and you so my holding holding back the tears, and I didn't say anything throughout the entire video. And then at the end Hank was like, wow. That was really amazing video Noah didn't awesome job. And I was like holding back tears, and I was like, yeah..
"john dot" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"But I feel like overall, like there was a lot more we're walking from one party to next to the next party. And like like the Atlanta of three were fucked up. They were hard to get through. I was young enough to do it the that was something I would not be able to do now and fucking, especially hosting a fucking show like we do now fucking way. As I remember those Atlanta years being way more off the fuck and hook just bad times. That was the party that there were rumors that if you go upstairs stuff up there ladies up there. Okay. Which I don't know that ever got substan- substantiated firmly or not, but that was the talk about. It was very firm. It's like if you get stairs the party, you're gonna see the real full caliber six firm. Oh, okay. Do it. Gasping for emails. Could he three. Do you don't know? Don't know. I imagined that their public like, hey, if you show up for three like that's only gonna get better. It has to. That's fine day the same. I was thinking in old Ethan therms. Yeah. Like being bad for your health. Guest, John dot com. That's it. We ran along a day. Hopefully we did not derail the post podcast plans. The after show. Yeah, we're, we're preempting the after show I got. I ran in here in got focused on some of the stuff, and I gotta talk to them about setting that stuff up. But yes, the plan is to run another livestream and talk through the site redesign. Yeah, which will should be going up today, but I haven't talked to them at all to debate is the beta beta, beta redesigned, not real data, so that'll be fun Wicky that you can bang around on, even though the the Wikki is not actually changing in the beta when there and type garbage go in there and type garbage. If you want to go in there and say that Sega made Super Mario brothers. You can do it there and say, Super Mario brothers universally recognized as a four point eight game have. I mean, the spreadsheet says it right in front of me. I don't actually go in there and say anything too bad, or we will just ban you on the. If your shitty fun don't. It's not like a fucking. We're not having the purge in the fucking beta site. Yeah. So yes, I gotta talk to to will Dan. Everybody's make sure that's still on happening, but that should be back on if you're watching live, walk through it, we'll we'll stay tuned for that. Will the orbit sure if you're not listening to this live and you wanna see these guys step through the battery designs, a lot of really cool stuff in some cool ideas, modern. That's the idea. Let's say fresh and some stuff you might see on there isn't completely real, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. No, none of the data is real like. I see a show you're talking for perhaps though units for content types. This, like, you know, it's it's a fake database that we can populate with some straight up trash for fun. So we're probably gonna create some fake ass. Trash fun. We got to test it too. So don't take anything on their face value. Yeah, so nothing is real, but everything is permitted. Not not. Everything is okay, everything. We'll stay tuned for that. Go to what does it beta dot com? Yeah, yes, yes. That is. That is where. That'll be interested will live our and if it's not live by the time you're hearing this, then something happened. That's where it'll be. If you wanna be on it and check out the new site design and stuff. Bang on stuff. All right. Well, thank everyone for listening games. We'll continue to come out and we will continue to talk about them here on this podcast here we may as well. That's right. See next week..
"john dot" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Tommy John dot com slash basement anyway. Oh my God. It's scary to me to know that there's so much that goes on in the human body that I have no idea how it works. You'll, you know, it's crazy that you brought this up tasting is so so. It's so funny. I'll tell you talk about like the human body Elmes. This. It's crazy. I bought this up tasting. Oh God. This is getting flagged problems. Yeah. Anyway, I saw this video on YouTube of this guy called a gay God gay God. Okay. Which. He's the God of gay God is like the new Lil. Oh, like little Lucy. Got gay God straits, not a rapper though. He's just as you thought it was a rapper skated he does you too. Yeah. Is a gay dude on YouTube and. The title of the video was like, do vegans tastes better. I'm gonna. I'm gonna cut to the chase here. Do juices into a Cup. You don't see that part. He's just holding it the whole time. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, yes. So he's hold on a Cup with his. He goes into detail about how he got it in there. Okay, right. And then he, he just tastes it in front of every in front of everyone in front of everyone. I feel Jisr or another guy does. It was it was his which is way worse. I think if you're drinking Jisr, you gotta taste someone else's Jisr Jesus also, I'm gonna get to something else on a little bit. But anyway. My throat's closing. Can't just. Yeah. No, it's not good. It's so as Cussing. But anyway. Got a Cup of GE's Cupo ges, right? How much we talk in here. I mean, it was just a good amount of just it wasn't like a full. Fuck in Peter north. Yeah, it wasn't anything crazy. Scattered Peter, north water, Balzac. I got shoots ropes. Yeah, guys fucking. I don't know what he's doing in there, but he's hold onto him for months. Isn't it kind of weird that guy's wish that like in back your mind, it's like I wanna bus huge. I know why it's weird. I don't know why it's just like don't jerk off for three days so you could shoot a rope. Well, we're disgusting. This is stuff guys think it's true. I, it's disgusting. Yes, newsflash men are discussing. Yeah, also and we're both very nice men. Women are discussing also because if you watch porn, they also want a giant, they say, giant load on porn. Yeah, I don't know, you know? Yeah, Yeah. we'll get like a bucket full as a little too much. I don't know how we're gonna have to call a cleaning lady to come clean this up. But anyway, this dude has a has a shock, Lhasa judges, and he's tasting it and he's going, oh, it tastes sweet because he's vegan. So I guess he's like, oh, it's sweet compared to other Jesus that I've had right because he's a gay do. So he's tasted Jisr. Yeah. Yeah. So his own just though he was like, oh, it's good..
"john dot" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"John dot com slash checklist for twenty percent off it's legit tommy john dot com slash tickets so let's bring in our boy calming we bring our man one of the most requested if not the most requested guest we have mike commodore commie i i wanna tell you that you and busy going to have a beef coming up here because there is something we just chatted about that you're gonna be disgusted to here but first off tell us where you're at what's going on i'm in calgary alberta i've been here pretty much fulltime for a while actually i got after having basically sweep faulk all going on in my life other than trying to hit the ball fucking square on the range on the golf course i actually have a fucking fulltime job now what yeah i know i am officially the director of sales and marketing for triton land services in calgary i dunno fuck all about land services fuck all about sales animal fuck all about marketing but you could tell a couple of good hockey stories in the i'd get investors in all fucking v off your hand like that and i can crush drinks if i have to but honestly it's actually been pretty good i felt like for me it was time to try something i wanted to try something here in calgary action it's been good it's i mean the moments like fuck who my bosses twenty six he owns a company outright like this guy's got shit together and what kind of a funny story was just like the reason why i'm on this welcome computers because he gave it to me so gave me a computer gave me an iphone gave me a credit card he's like your it i'm like fuck your locking me down a cat say next month anymore so it gives me all this stuff so we start doing this and he wants to do quotes so he's like hey in so i'm looking over his screen over sydney actually here at my kitchen table doing some quotes in so he's got like this bucket spreadsheet up and he's like putting some numbers in and they're all add up at the bottom and.
"john dot" Discussed on Mike Drop
"What was it was alpha group concepts so that's already taken it was alpha group inc was a company and so texas has if two of the words or the sound like they're just like tech nerds so i was like you know me and my buddies he's late me for saying this but he's a marine with two purple hearts love to brag about his purports because he get so embarrassed about just such a mellow fucking do but a super cool stories and awesome dude and he's really big into the combative he pioneered the marine corps martial arts programs together we cover a lot of bases he adds the combat aspect and i had the firearms and of course we cross train each other so now both of our skill sets have gone way up because of each other so if you contact us do my social media's frogman two one five five his is john dot don be a do n zone crow but don't on instagram and hit us up send us a message and now we are available for mobile training because i got a lot of requests like hey i love what you guys are doing an austin but shit i live in michigan or whatever the deal was so now we'll come to you we just need to figure out the business plan of how many people need to get together so that we can pay for gas and all that stuff so and we'll will link all of the contact and fo in the in the episode notes and all that on all platforms whether it's i tunes or or youtube or whatever so if you do want clerk john claude bohdan.
"john dot" Discussed on Christpoint Church
"Is the soon coming king say before folk gospel and we have done a great job emphasizing that christ as the savior and i think that we in some portions have done a great job emphasizing that you need an experienced called the baptism of the holy spirit we preach that jesus is coming back that doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out but sometimes we have shied away from the doctrine of healing because we've had experiences in our life where we have become confused why is it that i can pray for someone and they are immediately healed and i pray for somebody else and it seems like they die of that sickness why is it why is it that we can have a prayer line and i'll of sixty people only twenty get healed and the rest go back to their seats not healed these are questions that have plagued the minds of theologians for years for centuries is a matter of fact there are some who is so confused about the issue that they were adamantly pleat that miracles and signs and wonders was done away with with the apostles the last apostle who is john dot around ninety to ninety five ad after he died many people think well the miracles dodd healing died the gifts of the spirit die they will advocate that miracles healings and the gifts of the spirit are not operative in the local church or in the heart of a believer because win the last apostle died all the miracles were done away with and that is what makes pentecostal.
"john dot" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"John dot com is signed kick was bubble early and the name of the guy this is always but me the one this one of the top it's good that he would load up in the air i can't remember the days of characters it's good for years call backtrack until that howard stearns gary don't day bugaboo is because he missed pronounced bubble and it was sent bubble book and i think he was got chihuahua but i never know fierce a true how are not girl fine there was a bunch of like characters that were these kind of dogs and this one it when he smell there's best get which is a lift up in the air and go like they do that siren song kind of thing were second they they left him i flow i can find for them but this is characters because they had the a few they had like that they had a shariff drew pretty there's like drouet probably drew pay the dog a trip it was it was like now schein on a quiet lettered and they're the used a lot of the same looking ones in a game like different personalities but this guy would lift up and be carried across and will by the way we we pass that office and to retain meant when we were when we're chills and mike it was cleared we could watch ever hours for shows up so guard so this has led is bubble only a miniature.