35 Burst results for "John You"
6 Russian military officers charged in vast hacking campaign
"Of the Russian military charged and want the U. S Department of Justice is calling a widespread hacking scheme that targeted the French election 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea and U. S hospitals and businesses. But Attorney Assistant Attorney General John Deemer says you make no election interference allegations here then all believed to be officers in the Russian military agency. Are you there? Also accused of destructive attacks on Ukraine's power grid.
John Oliver now has a sewage plant named after him
"The popular comedian now has his name smeared on a sewage plant the saga between John Oliver in the city of Danbury Connecticut has come to a close the comedian made a secret trip to the city last week to cut the ribbon on a sign banning the sewage treatment plant in his honor this all started this summer when the HBO host ripped Danbury in a profane rant on the show the mayor said he had a mind to name the town sewage plant after him but when the mayor said it was just a joke all over press the issue in the city went along with the gag when Oliver offered a donation to the city all of the shared the video of the ribbon cutting on his show Sunday the ceremony was kept private as a public health precaution I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
6 Russian Intelligence Officers Charged In High-Profile Cyberattacks
"Federal charges in connection with a Siri's of high profile and destructive cyberattacks. The charges, detail hacks targeting the 2017 French elections and the 2018 Winter Olympics, among others. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas is here to tell us more. Hi, Ryan first. What do we know about the defendants and what they've been charged with? The Justice Department says that these six defendants are all current or former officers with Russia's military intelligence agency. That's the GR EW. It's the same agency that was behind the hacks in the 2016 U. S election. Now there's no allegation in this indictment of any hacking tied to the 2020 vote, the one in the inn Ah, a couple of weeks. The defendants in this instance face seven counts, and all those include hacking, conspiracy, wire fraud, computer fraud and identity theft. And this is for a really stunning string of cyber attacks over the past five years, U. S officials say this is the single most disruptive and destructive Siri's of cyber attacks that have ever been attributed to just one group. What were those attacks Tell us about them? Well, it's a long list. It includes hacks in 2015 and 2016 that targeted Ah, Ukraine's power grid. Those knocked more than 200,000 customers offline at one point or as one U. S official said Today, it turned out the lights and turned off the heat in the middle of an eastern European winter. There's There's also also a a devastating devastating attack attack known known is is not not Pecchia Pecchia that that began began in in Ukraine Ukraine and and spread spread across across the the globe globe that that crippled crippled companies companies and and industries industries in in hospitals. hospitals. It It cause cause billions billions of of dollars dollars in in damages, damages, including including here here in in the the U. U. S. S. There There are are hacks hacks targeting targeting the the investigations investigations by by British British and and international international authorities authorities into into the the use use of of a a Russian Russian nerve nerve agent agent to to poison a former Russian spy in the UK. That was the episode involving the Spice, Sergei Scruple and a few others write. Each of these incidents has been widely reported on their own. It's interesting to see all of these people tied together with all of them exactly right, And there's actually even Maurine the indictment their cyber attacks that targeted the 2018 Winter Olympics. In South Korea. And then there's the hack and leak operation against the 2017 French elections that targeted the political party of France is now president Emmanuel Macron. So it is really quite a list. Any insight into why the defendants allegedly chose those targets. The Justice Department says that all of these hacks furthered Russia's interests further. Russia's Geo Geo political aims You look at Ukraine Russia has been in a grinding war with the government there in the east in the 22 18 Olympics. Russian athletes couldn't compete under the country's flag because of a massive doping scandal. In the case of the nerve agent poisoning, British and international authorities had pinned the blame for that attack on the Kremlin. And in the case of France's elections, the operation there fits into Russia's geopolitical goals. Now the head of the Justice Department's National Security Division, John Dimmers, said today that Russia Stands alone in the sort of destructive cyberattacks that its agents conduct. Here's a bit of what he said. No country has weaponized. It's cyber capabilities as maliciously and irresponsibly as Russia. Wantonly, causing unprecedented collateral damage to pursue small tactical advantages and fits of spite. Surrounding these defendants are presumably still in Russia and not in U. S custody. What does that mean about next steps for this case? Well, none of these men are in us custody, all right with that, And it is unlikely that any of them will ever face trial here in the United States. One of them actually is already facing charges in the U. S. He was charged by special Counsel Robert Mueller in connection with Russia's hacking in the 2016 elections, so There is a big question of just how effective bringing charges like these are, but Justice Department officials say it's important to put the weight of the U. S government behind these sorts of allegations. It helps expose what hackers are up to, and the methods that they used. It also makes clear to the international community what Russia is doing. And while it may not be a satisfying as seeing the defendants in court, U. S officials say, it is still a valuable thing to do. NPR's Ryan Lucas. Thank you. Thank
6 Russian military officers charged in vast hacking campaign
"Justice Department is charge six Russian military officers who they say we're behind a vast hacking campaign. John Denver's is the Justice Department's top national security official. He called it the most disruptive and destructive Siri's of computer attacks ever attributed to a single group. The defendants in this case we're all members of the military unit, 74455. Of the Russian main Intelligence directorate, known as the GR. Ew. Thie department previously charged members of the same unit also known to cyber security researchers as the sand worm team. For their role in Russia's efforts to interfere with the 2016 U. S elections Group has also blamed for attacks on U. S businesses, the Winter Olympics, Ukraine's power grid and the French elections. All six were charged with multiple counts of conspiracy, wire fraud and computer damage. They are now wanted by the FBI and are believed to be in Russia, where arrest or extradition is unlikely.
DNI Ratcliffe: Hunter Biden Emails, Laptop ‘Not Part of Some Russian Disinformation Campaign’
"Rector of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe says the report's on emails obtained from Hunter Biden's laptop are not part of a Russian disinformation campaign as some Democrats claim. Radcliffe spoke with Fox Business Network today, in this case with regard to Hunter Biden's laptop being part of a Russian disinformation campaign and the intelligence community believing that are assessing that Is simply not true. Radcliffe suggested. House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff is politicizing intelligence by claiming the emails or part of a Russian campaign
Disney+ adds disclaimer about racist stereotypes
"Is giving doers and new heads up on its streaming service. CBS's Debra Rodriguez has the story the chief doing John Disney, Plus 12 2nd disclaimer before 1953 is Peter Pan. Calls out stereotypes of Native Americans for being wrong then and wrong. Now Dumbo, released in 1941 gets the same treatment for paying homage to racist minstrel shows. Here is a baby with eyes of blue straight from heaven right to you, theorists had cited for a feline with slanted eyes and buck teeth. Yours were directed to a Web site for further explanation. Debra Rodriguez CBS
Connecticut town renames sewage plant after John Oliver
"And yes, it has happened in Connecticut. John Oliver now has a sewage plant named after him. He made a secret trip to Connecticut last week for the renaming of that facility in Danbury. Some people hope for a park or a bridge. But a sewage treatment plant now has his name in Danbury. Oliver says the plant takes the worst that humanity can produce and transform its Into something that we can all live with, which is a nice way of looking at that process, I suppose. Congratulations to John
China Threatens to Detain Americans if U.S. Prosecutes Chinese Scholars
"China is threatening to detain Americans in an act of diplomatic retaliation. Use a radio networks. Dan Iraqi has the details. Chinese officials are warning that they'll start detaining Americans in China if the US doesn't put a halt to prosecutions against Chinese academics. According to reports, Beijing has told multiple American government representatives of the U. S. Should drop the prosecution of four Chinese researchers or Americans in the country could find themselves detained. The researchers were arrested earlier this year accused of failing to record their affiliation with the Chinese army on their visa applications. Last month, the visas of 1000 Chinese nationals were revoked for alleged national security risks. The US State Department has also issued an advisory for US citizens against traveling to China because of the risk of detention
Confirmed world coronavirus infections surpass 40 million, according to a Johns Hopkins University tally
"The world has now recorded more than 40 million Corona virus cases. Johns Hopkins University says the milestone was hit today, but the actual figure is likely far higher. Because testing varies. Many people have had no symptoms and some governments have concealed the true number of cases. The US, Brazil and India reporting the highest numbers of cases in the US cases are on the rise in 44 states, with many of the biggest surgeries coming in the Midwest. And the Great Plains. Up ahead
John Cornyn becomes the latest Senate Republican to ramp up criticism of Trump
"Republican senators are expressing their disagreements with President Trump and the latest is Texas Senator John Cornyn. Texas Senator John Cornyn is one of a growing number of Senate Republicans who have become outgoing about their disagreements with President Trump, even though he in particular, is in a tight re election race with Democrat M. J. Hager in a recent interview corn and expresses differing opinion, claiming that he's clashed with President Trump on border security and budget deficits in the past when it comes to the pandemic corn and says he quote doesn't think Trump has Lead in a way that has been reasonable, responsible or right. I'm Tanner Carl's The News Radio 1200 W Away, I
John Henderson, the oldest living Longhorn letterman, has died at 107
"Henderson. The oldest living Texas Longhorn football. Letterman. Passed away this Friday at the age of 107. Many new Henderson and his wife, Charlotte, who is 105 because of a Guinness world record they held together. The couple held the Guinness world record for the oldest living couple in the world while they met on campus at the University of Texas in Austin in 1934. John passed away again Friday at the age of 107. Rest in peace. John Henderson.
Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases passes 40 million
"The number of confirmed cases of code nineteen across the planet this post forty million now the milestone was passed early Monday according to Johns Hopkins University which collates reporting from around the world the actual will wifey because of because of the nineteen cases is likely to be far higher today to more than one point one million confirmed virus deaths have been reported although experts also believe that number isn't on the count the US Brazil and India reporting by far the highest number of cases with the increase in recent weeks has been driven by a surge in New York which is see more than two hundred forty thousand confirm virus deaths in the pandemic so far I'm Charles de Ledesma
Podsights: two ads work better than one
"On sites is really stater about sequential advertising when you put ads for the same client in more than one spot in your podcast one of the data points buying both pre roll and mineral works forty-three percent better in terms of return on adspend the mid roll ad alone. Caressed of the research is free on their website which linked to today. In Canada CORUs entertainment's curious cast has posted their quarter three, twenty twenty slate concluding through investigative podcasts called install a progressive web happened player for podcast has been enriched with new functionalities. Publishers can now imbed their podcasts within their pages and sell advertising within the embedded player. The player could also be installed to your mobile phone or desktop to work like a podcast APP. The fable and funny network announced a partnership with UK based Fiction podcast produces definitely human. The Australian audio summit has been announced a virtual event on November the twenty seventh. It'll offer practical long-lasting tips and advice on how to succeed on any audio platform. Joe Appeal went to the Paris podcast festival and took copious notes about podcasting and France willing to those show and our newsletter today, and after writing about them in his weekly newsletter Tom Webster from Edison Research has made a spotify, an anchor show with music. Ultimately, he says, for version one, I was pretty happy with the experience. Actually, thinking about it who else could do shows with nick, it strikes us that there are only a few with the right music licensing Diese Amazon Youtube. An Apple. It's a Monday. So time for some tech staff the podcast index has a new website look and feel search in the podcast index and other services that use it like pod news search now has much better ranking helping you find the show you're looking for faster you should check it out pod news dot net slash such well, user agents are being used for podcast APPS. We link to every single user agent we saw on Friday matched using the RSS user agent for specific feeds for some platforms. That's one, thousand, four, hundred, twelve, downloads, two, hundred, seventeen unknowns, just fifteen percent but no whipping out in using google chrome as a platform, it's not a platform is just a browser. RSS Feed contains the new podcast transcripts and podcast locked tags from the podcast index namespace would encourage more podcast wants to be involved in these new tags. And podcast News Brand Brunswick on demand is a podcast that promises to reboot US radio guest in today's episode is consultant and author Vanna Riquelme, her tips powerful radio at just as good for powerful podcasting to. If you speak Dutch Lou Steve Inc is a podcast in Dutch not pronounced like that. Anyway. It's about the possibilities for podcasts and audio on demand for marketing content and communication. It's new from play bird, a podcast production company confusingly from Belgium, and as you want focuses on John firming prisoner on death row in Huntsville in Texas it's a five part fiction podcast with an all-star French cast and is in French. It launches today
Cold-water swimming could delay dementia, research suggests
"With the idea that cold water swimming I could help you, but particularly could help dementia. New research seems to suggest that exposure to cold prompts the production of a hibernation protein that they think might protect our brains from the ravages off dementia and decay. Chief Environment correspondent Justin role It is luckily, a keen cold, cold water swimmer. He's been finding out more. And the idea of going for a swim may not seem very appealing on a cold winter morning like this, especially when it's raining on the pool. Water is is just just 7 7 C C bunch. bunch. Refreshing. Your whole body kind of screams in suck. But if you You can bring yourself to stay in the water for a little while. But you do begin to a Justin. You can, uh, you can actually started a few legs. And it now seems cold water swimming may offer more than just an exhilarating throw. Scientists have discovered that being very cold can actually protect your brain. Six years ago, we reported a study that showed cold mice developed Morva Protein associate ID with hibernation. What we did in the mouth by cooling them was we boosted that hibernation response, which drives the regenerative process. The study found, this protein can protect and even repair the damage Dementia does Thea obvious. Next step was to see if humans developed the protein, too. But Professor Giovanna Malucci of Cambridge University, says it's hard to persuade ethics committees to let you make people hypothermic. Which is where the Hampstead Heath lied. Oh, and its swimmers come in. Yeah. Love away from the North so we can handle it. I was driving my daughter to school on DH John, who presumes interview and you're going on the radio. Martin Pate is a lighter regular. I just had the idea that we have a code to people here. That regularly got cold. Can we translate that through that kind of environment? So what do you do it So I sent her an email on that day. He came back, throw it away Dozens of light. Oh, swimmers agreed to be tested by the scientists leading the study. Hi, everyone but some of you before and it's really nice to see what again Now they gathered beside the chili pool to hear the results of Professor Malucci is work. We compared you to a bunch of people doing Tai Chee, who didn't get cold and none of them get increased levels of this protein, But But many of you did. So what does it tell us? That tells us that cold does induce this protein Inhumans. You are the first sort of non patient cohort. To show that Cold water. Swimming raises this protective fretted, which is critical. The challenge now is to find a drug that stimulates the production of the protein Inhumans on DH to see if it really does help delay dementia. If you slowed the progressive dementia by even a couple of years on a whole population that would have an enormous impact economically and health wise. 85 year old Robin is one of those tested. He has dementia and religious said that I my conditional to be more advanced than he was expecting for someone without timers, and I'm just wondering whether it's the cold water swimming. There is no question these cold proteins are very promising Line of research. But, says Professor Malucci, it is still very early days. Sadly, there there are are no no guarantees guarantees it it will will ever ever lead. lead. To To a a successful successful dementia dementia treatment. treatment.
'The Writing On The Wall' Finds Poetry Behind Bars, Projects It Onto Buildings
"The wall takes the words of incarcerated people beyond prison and jail walls. The project began small but gained new visibility through projections of the writer's words on the sides of buildings in the U. S and Mexico. John Kayla's reports that it is a collaboration between a conceptual artist, a college professor and those whose words they want to share. Devon Simmons served 15 years in New York prisons lens hanging off the tree limbs. Skeletons of these two range in strange fruits with strong braided brownstone. Intrigued by envy, he reads from a poem by Carl Burn hard that is part of the writing on the Wall Project. Simmons graduated from the prison to college Pipeline program, which included a seminar with artist Hank Willis Thomas, one of the co founders of the writing on the Wall. Speaking via Skype, Thomas says working with his incarcerated students sparked the idea of sharing their creative output with those on the outside is a eureka moment. Look at all the wisdom look at all the heart that is imprisoned in our society. There was a huge hypocrisy or irony that I thought we could and should be focusing on There was so much poetry and there just so much beauty drawings, thoughts so much reflection of humanity. That's Bozz Dries ing, the other co founder of the writing on the wall. She also founded the Incarceration Nations Network, a coalition of prison reformers, and she teaches English at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Technically, I was teaching English classes. But really, I was teaching criminal justice through the lens of humanities. And that to me is what the writing on the wall is. The idea for the project came winds rising. There show Thomas some of the writing she's been given by incarcerated people. Two enlisted architects to design mobile installation move that resembled a prison cell with the words of the incarcerated on the walls, floor and ceiling. The idea was to take the booth two cities around the U. S and Canada. But after it's New York debut, the tour was cancelled by the pandemic in prison by covert Bye, Mr Roland Davis. We were taken over by a virus, more cities in any terrorist attack. As the days and weeks turn into months, Americans locked themselves into their homes and fear of what was to come. We? We had to lock inside our cages because it was the safest place for us to be. With the tour cancelled. The organizer's got the idea of projecting those words on public buildings, often ones that are part of the criminal justice system. They enlisted a company called Chemistry Creative to come up with a projection system. The last installation was at Brooklyn Public Library Standing outside chemistry. Creative producer Sidney McDonald describes the first projection. Nobody was out on the streets. There was still very strict fans on everything being closed, and nobody actually really sawed in really life besides the people who were there, but the projections on but since then the writing on the wall has been Seen in Detroit, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Washington, DC Columbus, Ohio, in Mexico City again or just Hank Willis Thomas. There is nothing that Eisen artists or anyone could really do or say that was more extraordinary. Them things that these artists were doing as you say. I talk about those artists, and some of them had not thought about themselves artists, but it was clear that they were. One of those artists is divine Simmons, who is now working as a paid curator and tour guide for the project. If you take the time to actually read some of the material is in the installation. You recognize that people
Randy Arozarena, The Ultimate Tampa Bay Ray, Is the Hero Tampa Bay Needed and Deserves
"Bay Rays head to the world Siri's After beating the Houston Astros in Game seven of the American League Championship Series last night, Randy arose, Arena hit a home run in the first inning to give the raise a lead. They never lost for him to have a bat in his hand with an opportunity for a big home run. Really, I think it's settled. A lot of people in the dugout certainly did Mi Rae's manager, Kevin Cash there, the Rays play either the Dodgers or the Braves and the Fall Classic with Florida's news. I'm John. The Kristen
Feds planning now to get coronavirus shots to nursing homes
"Vaccine has yet been approved by the Food and Drug Administration and the distribution program is contingent on that happening First. When that happens, trained staff from CVS and Walgreens will deliver the vaccines to each nursing home and administer shots, assisted living facilities and residential group homes can also participate in the voluntary program. Nursing Home staffers could be vaccinated, too, if they haven't gotten their shots already. John Scott Reporting. The early turnout.
Arika Pierce on Bridging the Gap with Millennials
"Eric Pearce on dose of leadership. Welcome to the show. Hi, thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here. Excited to have you on. Talking about this millennials in shows almost eight years old and I've had. A handful of guests and we've kind of we've broached this topic and just from my own experience and. I think millennials get a bad rap in the public pop culture. Absolutely. You know what I'm talking about right. I mean it's just so yeah. Oh. Yeah. They're just sitting around having avocado toast all day. I love that Avocado Toast. Yeah you're right. But I've met some really fascinating millennials worked with a mini and I tell you what the positive side of millennials that I see I see in the millennials, which is different than I think my generation genetics. Is that they. Are the ones that I've come across a positive ones they want to be part of something bigger than themselves, and that is a huge part of my message here on this show and I think of leadership. I think people join organizations or or those organizations where I've worked at I have fond memories, ring cores I always go back to that. Right had fond memories of that and it's because. I felt like I was part of something bigger than myself and I was, and I think that's what by and large the millennials that I've come across at are positive. Want what what do you think when you hear that? Absolutely I, mean, I think that's one of the things that I really love about this generation is that they want to be a part of a bigger purpose. They want to know their why that's incredibly important to them. Even you know whether they're twenty four year old millennial or the thirty nine year old millennials They're really wanting to go a little bit deeper and so I think that's something that you know maybe this wasn't prioritize talked about another generations but you. Know. I think that maybe they're almost like the why? Like why? Why are we doing this? Why is this happening? How can we do this better? So certainly I think they're much more connected to trying to better understand you know what their purpose is and how they can make sure they live purposeful live, which can be a huge positive right I mean that's that's what I think we should we should latch onto now than the negative side of that is that Sometimes. There are some unrealistic expectations however, I can't. Be. Too critical because when I was in my twenty one thinks now I wanted things to happen sooner than later I. think that's just part of being in your twenties. Right I. Think you. You kind of have I think learning that kind of delayed gratification is an intentional skill that kind of comes with with age and experience I think. Well we'll certainly and I think you know one of the things that we've seen with millennials and I think technology plays a huge part. Is that they're used to things happening fast or quicker. You know I I'm forty. So I'm in the middle generation where I remember live before the Internet Laver member using encyclopedias, not Google things like that. But you know most millennials have grown up where it's just instant access you want to figure something out you WanNa. Do something you want to look something up you just go right to the computer and out to your phone. So I think that has really played a part even in their professional careers for feels like, okay I've been here. You know two months. What's next to the next level the job, right? Exactly. The. I. Pass for that because I understand where that comes from, and in fact, I would rather. I would almost kind of rather have that if I was working with the team and I had somebody that was kind of. Overly, ambitious I would rather rain that in instead of trying to get somebody to get gear if that makes sense, right? Sure. Yeah. For sure I kind of that ambition I think is critical and they are known the generation is known to be overly ambitious but to your point, it's much easier to reign it in than to skip someone who doesn't want to do anything at all absolutely I I would I would have any day I think that's a good problem to have as opposed to. You know having a C. or D. Player and trying to get him into being a I've spent and wasted many precious time and resources trying to do that right and I would rather it's much easier to pull somebody back and Raynham in. Absolutely. Yeah. So how did you? How did you find yourself? Saying hey yeah. This is my niche. This is my purpose. Why did you want to focus on this? Yes. So it's a question. I get all the time like you know you can't really go to school for you know to become a millennial leadership coach or at least not when I went to school they probably do have more those categories now but my my background is that I actually I'm a lawyer and when I got out of law school I am had a lot of debt and I was working a job that was not. Doing legal work but not really It was more focused on government relations work, and so I started looking for a lot of jobs that I knew would pay a lot more money so I could start paying my loss. and. So one of the jobs that I I applied for which I never thought I would get was the director level physician and I think I was twenty six at the time it was for publicly traded healthcare company, and it was really opening up their their DC office and and starting their their government relations there lobbying shop here in DC, and so I got the job and you know actually I was scared because I didn't even really know how to approach it but I excelled at it I really worked hard and by the time I was twenty eight. I was promoted to the first or not the I I became the youngest Vice President the company at Twenty eight and it was a you know kind of something cool that had happened and I did work hard. But I didn't have any what I would say were leadership management skills at the time I had never really led teams I had never manager department at never had that level of responsibility and so. I just became almost obsessed with how to be successful had to be a leader had a really you know make sure that I could shine anti read a lot of books went to seminars. This was before Youtube was as popular. Now as the go-to resource and I I really I studied leadership. I studied just being successful read a lot of John C. Maxwell Book No meet a lot of his books who to this day and You know because of that people started coming to me all the time air can read my resume review my resume I haven't interview. Can you help me here? I am you know had this issue at work? Can you work with me through it and I just realized that that was just something I really enjoy doing was helping folks you know sort of navigate their careers. Based upon some of the things I learn you know some of the things I had done wrong. I had done right and a couple years ago. I ended up writing a book called the millennials playbook to adulting just to put everything I had learned across you know. How to get a job how to keep a job? You know even limit of finance tips, mental health, physical health tips. As you know, sort of advocating adulting, put it on a book and just really focus on making sure it got out to the millennial generation and as a result of that really transformed into a millennial leadership coach where that is now my whole time oath guests and. It's what I love, and it's what I honestly feel is is my why is my purpose? So that's a very long answer. That's how I got here. Why
"john you" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Right? He's not human Jesus anymore but a moment like this is like Oh. Yeah. Like you gotTa make sure you pay your taxes you know to your waitresses, waiters and waitresses he still very much in the moment of I'm still human here and I have a sensibility and I liked that that concept is so just think so lovely because it's also not about necessarily what he's worried about but maybe what she's worried That she's worried about what's about to happen to me was going to. God, but she also is also Human Brian going how am I going to make it in the world? I'm going to be a you know a decrepit widow sure and I love that he is speaking to her worries you in a moment at that he's dying. Yeah and if you want if you choose to interpret this is the larger that exchange as a larger metaphor for him trying to comfort everyone in the. Everyone left behind like you're gonNA be okay maybe you can do that but I just liked that aspect of him not just being like I'm getting crucified this sucks. But also think about other people, right? Good Job Jesus Okay. So that's the scripture for this new epilogue what happens to John does he just take care of Mary does he just have her living in mother-in-law sweet at his house? He does until she dies and then he actually leaves he goes to emphasise He writes three letters. They'd be famously become strong second and third John. He's been exiled because he was preaching the Gospel and he gets exiled to Patmos where he gets a vision that's really weird and it's a book we will never cover on the show maybe. The Bible's I. So he writes. Revelation. He eventually makes it back to emphasise is. A very ordinary. Like average daft much as you could ask for in about ninety eight. So, he lives like a long time. And then tradition holds. He's the only disciple to die of old age rather than to be martyred. Again. He's always telling us he's beloved. Listen in first second and third John He does not use his own name he refers to himself as the elder. Oh yet again, never bring himself and here's my favorite fun fact Turlington. From the late second early third century wrote that before the Romans banished him to Patmos, they brought him into a coliseum. They dumped him in a VAT of boiling oil Kerr and when he emerged unharmed, the entire Coliseum converted to Christianity owes nap. Good John Jock because he just really doing that just isn't really what that's like an NC INC like right after the intermission of the moment that okay let's see. Who or what the L. for you in the story gets disciples this at it's really took the not because of what they do but because we what we think of them because of how they act I, think the disciples bad pr for a very long time because we've always been like those days win God literally chose them because he saw something in them that they're flawed I like that peters like like you said I don't know where to put my hand. And just imagined James and John Going we have to we have to leave we have the league. And then they don't they just and I feel like we. The church teaches. With one breath are like, well, they were the most unassailable. But. Then we're also like I can't believe they've been there. So dumb. Yeah. They're not just every men or women you know like..
"john you" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Episode of Bible Binge on when your host talks for joining me, he's always dressed in dazzling white clothes. You actually are you actually aren't widely wearing white after Labor Day sucks. Okay. So here's the deal the Bible Binge Show where we take stories from the Bible and we recap them as though they were movie book or a TV show and we say movie booker TV show. That's what we usually do on our other show about pop culture the podcast with Nazi Jamie where we talk about popular culture sacrilege every Wednesday and before we begin we just. WanNa be clear that the Bible Bench has no agenda. The show is meant to be bent Jellicoe Avatar. We just think that the Bible has some pseudo stories and we'll talk more about them in a voice that is more every man or every woman. The conversation that will take place episode is meant to be more casual, not out of disrespect, but in an effort to better understand. The story, this season of the Bible bench is all about that Ragtag Group of during acolytes we lovingly refer to the disciples. This is the season finale of the classic episodes but make sure you just go to wherever you listen to podcasts subscribed trial. You'll know when we start back season eleven plus don't forget to follow along with us on instagram and twitter at the Bible. Binge and finally here at the Bible Bench, we urge you to love others as you love yourself and share the show social media and if you WANNA. Fall along as we go the main Biblical scriptures, the story will cover is Luke Nine, twenty, eight through thirty, six in John Nineteen. Twenty five through twenty seven or Jamie time for us to transfigure out this story. Do you get? The data's been. It's good. That's good. Yes, we are in this final episode you. We didn't get to cover all of the disciples because there's just we can't really truly what do we know about Bart Boring I was going to say there's not enough con- come after me Aaron I don't care he is. But in this episode we're packing everything we could possibly pack in into episode. So we have a lot of players. In this one, obviously we have Jesus. We don't cast him because we're not stupid we have. Peter. You can learn all about Peter in episode. One of the season he is portrayed by WHO Jordan. peele. Jordan peele you still feel good about eleven. So for my favorite plus Jordan Peele guys per tip. He directed won an for writing the film get out, which was actually our secret cinema. For people who are enrolled in. Bible bench seminary. Also in this episode, we have Mary the mother of Jesus now she was first featured in season one episode, six family tree of Jesus, and then she got. Basically got a whole season about herself in season four, which is our advent seasons right? Who did you cast is Mary. That is a play by Villa Davis. Okay. So she was a controversial casting yet. The Tom. Because we were talking about her having a baby in her teenage years like my. Old and it's like she was fifties never been A. You know that she was born forty and a great actress. But really, I, like the long view you had. Yes. Because this is where it really pays hand dividends here..
"john you" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"But if you lead with your center that doesn't exactly open the door. Exactly. So this is why we have to depend on the work of the Holy Spirit and this is what prayer and the. Work of the spirit is the only thing that opens anyone's hearts to the good news of Gospel. So I believe that the only way to reach your neighbors if I pray for them and to really spend some time praying over your neighbor and inviting the work of the spirit into your neighbor's life and know that it might be a long time coming that that a lot of people. Want instant gratification with their evangelism. But for me, I was grateful that my mom and my pastors in my life didn't give out on me for years and years and years I mean, really it was probably about a ten year journey for them to speak to me to be kind to mate to listen to my rants and listen to my anger and but not give up on me. And I want to encourage people listening don't give up on your neighbor those same way Jesus. Didn't give up on any of us. He's not giving up on your neighbors well or family members exactly, and we we're all looking for instant gratification. We're into microwaving when God's marinating right and so think think of evangelism not as an instantaneous miracle that does happen from time to time but think of. It as more of a saturation of the good news over the course maybe a decade of you just being kind when this gets to the to the core point, you're raising John You mentioned in your book remarkable the three components of a gracious Christian life that we should be practicing and you say it's acceptance kindness and forgiveness. So briefly unpack those three what what do you mean by acceptance? I'm not accepting their behavior as as part of Mike and I'm not giving up my convictions, but I find him where they are and I recognize. This is who they are right now I'm accepting the fact that they're a long way from Jesus. And that's what I mean by acceptance. I'm not saying that this is where they're going to remain but just recognize it centers sin I mean broken people are broken messy people are messy and when you find them, don't be surprised that they're acting the way they're acting say, okay, this is who they are. This is where they are right now on their lives I accept. The fact that there are a long way from God but I have hope that they're going to find Christ along the way. So that's what I mean by acceptance, and I think sometimes when we meet people who are a long way from Christ. First of all, we probably don't spend a Lotta time around people who are a long way from cries and so when we get. Around them we are stunned and we are who kind of freak out a bit when we see their adverse behavior, their their bad behavior. It should not surprise us that people who are a long way from God Act godless and just take a deep breath build a relationship don't judge..
"john you" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"It was me oh. Yeah and it's called one too like, Oh, any T.. W. O. Manny because. It's about a guy who can't handle bean and monogamous relationship. So he wants to find the woman who will bring other women into bed with him. It's based on a true fantasy. Yeah. Well, and that's see as reported repeated over and over again actually based on a true story on a daily basis. Oh, really. Yes. About my life. Oh, by you. Yes. I see. So yes, and that's why I thought. It'd be interesting to have you on because I do know a thing or two about threesomes oh. Yeah and second how often did you do this? Like a regular thing? The I recently my had was when my band was playing in Dallas that. But that was just with to. fans who was strippers I mean that was. You know. Okay. But then the other threesomes were with someone a girlfriend of mine who you know and we you know and I and I loved her but I was okay with being with all the women. Like yeah, and I I think a lot of men are 'cause they don't. They don't feel threatened like you're not. You don't feel like you're going to lose your woman to another woman. Is that why you wouldn't do it with another man. I wouldn't do with an. Another man because quite honestly. Like I don't WanNa. I don't WanNa be that in that close proximity to a naked man. Right. There are rules like I had a friend who works for entertainment tonight and It had to be opposite ends of the torso opposite ends of the torso like no sword fighting. So. Apparently it can be done but it's not just that it's it's like for instance and I use this argument a lot with with people who are homophobic. Like John You're heterosexual do you find every woman? Do you want to sleep with every woman that you see. Not. Okay. So, then why would a gay man want to be with every man? They don't know okay and like let's say if you were to participate in a threesome with a man and another woman. Just because he's naked doesn't mean he wants to do anything with you know. and. Actually. Let me ask you. Would you be kind of?.
"john you" Discussed on Home Improvement with John and Dave
"All right good stuff and then save basic principle. You'll also find a flange or devices to raise the flange if you've added ceramic tile or would. Whatever it is it's raised the floor level. So you bring your flange back to floor height right it space. and and then that's it was really that that led me to poke around with this A perfect seal product and it does look it looks good especially if you're a, do it yourself And it basically gets you on on the On the pipe. Tight level and and then draws the waxed down in precisely the right place and it gives you a little bit forgiveness. With with a neoprene device that Actually hits against the toilet so check it out. I. Think. It's cool. PRETTY PRETTY NEAT stuff. Z. Hey real quick a couple of weeks ago we were talking with someone about water heaters. David had written in a note to us and wanted us to kind of elaborate a little bit on a mixing valve. Used, a traditional water heater versus versus the going to tankless in and I know John You. I was not here you interviewed the Guy One time. Shack. Me Tanks talk about that a little bit about what you're what you're able to accomplish with that. So they call it tank because it really it doesn't really increase the capacity of the tank. But what you do is you turn the temperature of the water in the tank up I don't remember like one hundred and forty degrees or something like that. Right right and so the water coming out of the tank is super super hot then they attach a mixing valve. So the mixing valve. Reads the temperature coming out of the tank and ads cool water to bring it to one hundred and ten hundred and twenty degrees, and so as you draw hot water at the TAP, you're actually getting some water from the tank and some regular supply line water. So if you pull a gallon of hot water, you know at the sink, you're really only taken a half a gallon or A. Or? Three. quarts whatever it is out of your tank, but you're getting a gallon of water. So it it raises the capacity. They have a cool name from a marketing perspective, but it's fundamentally mixing valve and and it's thermostatically-controlled. So it knows if you said it, this is how this is what the temperature needs to be it'll. adjust the ports between the hot water and the. Supply line to produce the temperature that you're looking for. Right I don't know if I said that right or not no. That's what can you follow that doesn't perfect is say my mouth and doesn't work, right? Yeah. That's perfect. That's and that's a way to get more hot water traditional water heater. Without without which in and out going to a tank loose or or. when the? Yeah. Well, you've got adolescent children. There's there's another one called the Dad Valve and the valve works really simply like when they're in the shower too long dad goes downstairs and gradually turns the hot water off and they think that they've run the tank dry and they get out of the shower and then you turn it back on. That's the Dad Valve. Okay. Wow we're. We're almost out of time here probably should have been out of time before I said that. We have enjoyed this immensely. We hope that every week that this is an informative for you as it is enjoyable for us. Honestly, we like doing it We also like to remind you that we think that the most important of home improvement that you can make is one that makes your home app your place to live in. So lots going on in the world, but don't forget to work on that project this week, and we'll see you next week on home improvement with John and Dave. That last song was dedicated to everyone.
"john you" Discussed on Home Improvement with John and Dave
"That that why then sort of just live with it and So that's what we've been doing. But is there anything that we can do to I? mean. Fluoride. Helping hockey down but I don't know or surface Is there anything that you can somewhat cover it with or your skin coast you'd recommend or what product would suggest there are products you can put over David his add a case for like a sandwich type product or you can even put a poxy products next to your application Say I. The only reject question that is when I the guy out for the garage give me an estimate on the floor there I asked him and he well, apparently what he's using he didn't recommend it outside for for the product that he was probably selling you. And there's a lot more issues a lot more issues with anything you top coat outside other than. With a stain. Yeah. Because there's no vapor barrier probably know gravel underneath and. What's going to happen is moisture is going to push through the slab when it gets real real wet outside and it's going to push whatever you put on top of that off. If it's if it's a sealed if it's a completely seal coat like any poxy. So I really think the best thing you can do is just a cure in seal. Product that you can. You can purchase John You you by the bear the bear I use the bear. Yeah. Yeah. I've looked at some other stuff and I just decided that the bear holds up extremely well and it's a latex base. So super easy cleanup and I haven't done. They'll see these hairline cracks. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yes. So what what advantages ceiling it a- JIM is is the sealer gets down in there and it it keeps the water from penetrating. And then going through the freeze thaw cycle but you're still going to have some of that where there's a crack and water gets in you just slow the painful process down but but if it's just hairline cracks, that's probably your best solution right now later on if if something happens, it becomes more bigger. There's some things that we could have. You do like with a a self leveling. Sealer Filler but but I think for right now just get sealed up right that's what the German recommended in the in the garage in the in the joint expansion joints. To give you a smoother finish, you said put that product that you just said self leveling down yet, and then when you put your poxy over it, you feel sort of blends in much better. Exactly. Okay. Gentlemen thank you very much enjoy listening to your show. Well, thanks for Calling Jim. Have a great day. Okay. All right let's see John. We can. We can sneak John and here s get the question said, Hey John, your home, which Dave, how are you? Good I have just a short question here. Now, house, here's built way back in nineteen forty something has got as best deciding on it. Now, I would like to sail this house. Is, ask best deciding. Is it real discarded.
"john you" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"A two week. Period I, think they mean. Positive. In. The increase in covid cases in Limerick County is partly attributed to large gatherings over the fourth of July weekend. Boy, in according to Tom Gonzalez he's the Limerick County Public Health Guy, he's I. Know that we will regroup in reversed this uptick. We must serious take seriously the situation and be diligent with hand, washing face coverings and social distancing. We must large case count to keep our businesses open. Well, the county asked two weeks to slow. The spread of the virus or its variants could be modified or revoked. According to the news release from Larimer. Wow I know those are. Difficult things for us to take as a conservative person myself. I absolutely despise government telling me what to do I. Just I don't like it. But on the other hand. I think what I'm letting. Tell me what to do, and I wear my mask out in public when I don't make a big scene about it and. Make a big pain out of myself, I, don't I don't think of it is doing anything for the government. I think of it as doing something for somebody else. Heaven Forbid I would be exposed and come down positive with the virus I try not to. Try To. Do what I need to do to stay healthy. But on the other hand we do you get to be my age. You're susceptible to this thing and it's killing a lot more people than in his young people. I'm willing just in the case might get the virus to wear a mask and follow all these rules just because I care about other people. And the fact that I might make somebody else sick. That's just me and why I think we need to air, maybe on the side of caution when it comes to this whole issue of the virus. Because it's not going away. It's still here. People are still getting sick. People are still dying fortunately, though the deaths down, but there still is the risk of over taxing are medical facilities, and then people who really need it. Like somebody who just had heart attack and can't get in the hospital because it's too full with covert people. Or people with covid who can't get in the hospital just because there's no room period. This is all an issue that we need to be careful and I'm I'm afraid somebody you're gonNA say John You. Go all liberal on me here, but I'm really not I'm just trying to be concerned for people and I don't want to make them sick. In the case that I might get sick and I might be able to say to you I've been staying away from people Sarah. Good good. I'm.
"john you" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Compromise and move forward, and we can't do that if we continue in the direction that we're headed with the polarization, but it about the lack of participation. So John You know what I think is interesting to me. Is Thinking about America's sitting with my wife snoring, talking taking the walk and. Talking about America and you know what's happening and should be. She'd go. What's going to happen? You know in the next election? What's going to happen no society since to break down, and it's really clear that a lot of things that made America great the individualism self-determination, the American dream you know people being able to sort of rise up out of the ashes, and to reclaim their lives and become successes. I mean this is a whole sort of mythology of America, but the mythology America has actually. Prevented us from understanding the way which were interconnected, interdependent and to think collectively about solving our problems. It's all about me. Mine US and not. And I think that that it's I. think it's a challenge. I remember when we combine that sort of DNA of America with the rise in consumerism materialism. It's of culture of image and beauty and fame and celebrity. We're sort of ending up in a in a very scary place from my perspective and sort of some people call the decline of the American Empire. You Sir that that's not inevitable that we can do something about that. But I am, but you also challenged his idea of the original American, Dream which sort of valued climbing society's ladder accomplishment material wealth, and you must have very important question. Is that what we want? Is that the dream? We should have now had enough Talk about that and when yeah I think on.
"john you" Discussed on KFC Radio
"John You have five to pick from pick a number three ammos at six all right. Let's go. Hey what's up guys? Got a question for you if you have to go to the bathroom like either a cat for the rest of your life for the dog for lesser voted be meeting. Obviously you have to shit outside all the time. Obviously and the captain got a human litterbox. That's like it's basically a telephone booth. I guess they have to go all the time. What would it be? Thanks neither well. I mean theoretically. Don't we just don't we use the litterbox now? Just call the toilets bathroom. You listen dollar cat. Yeah I mean will be doing their cat right. Let's yeah you wanted to go outside every time it's go to the bathroom. Oh I've missed the bathroom bar that was just. Do you WanNa be a dog.
"john you" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Hot Box him. I lived in Brooklyn for from for ten years more than ten years. And what happened in those ten years from two thousand three to about when I left in two thousand sixteen eighteen thirteen years well fuck longtime I forgot. It was that long I made A. I might have been stoned for part of that time. It's possible but what what happened was Brooklyn became this big brand. You know you think about when you grew up there at like Brooklyn was like Manhattan was the Shit and the outer boroughs or the outer boroughs and the thought Brooklyn was like last right and then and then Brooklyn got super trendy right. So it's like that whole the Brownstone Brooklyn thing that was you know the cosby family. Made as a television show made really famous and then Williamsburg rallied for a long time. became like the capital of hipster Brooklyn so you would go to like Amsterdam mm or Paris or wherever you know Copenhagen and people talk about Brooklyn now like Brooklyn is like for a lot of people around the World Brooklyn is cooler. Area is cooler ruler in their minds. The Manhattan is New York magazine at some point in the middle of that they did a thing about how Brooklyn being you know the new Manhattan in Manhattan trying to catch up to Brooklyn because like if you were you know the the combination of more racially diverse and all that kind of artistic shit going on Bolitho and all that stuff is going on. I'm still apprehensive about living near. Riyadh really my path my past experience. Make me up. I don't care how beautiful that place look right or you know. We'll so I if I took you back to park slope and we want you down the street right. But you're walking on the street a bunch of people strollers. You'd still be like you'd still have clenched up. You'd be like ready for a fight. No anything happen yeah. People didn't Brooklyn they drive by 'cause 'cause they don't do more Brian though dry but they get out of cards and start trouble. Repeat New York people with anything people see us. Just weird that we're looking for the imbalance in park slope and you're not in MM talion your debt you dead if you and how it beat you black Yad Cadet. It's hard to I think it's hard to get over like when you have the formative experience of your life where you have a certain kind of like you grew up someplace. It kind of doesn't matter if the place changes changes like you said it's still dead bodies on the street there you know you never forget that it's it's my go death Wimereux why I remember. He got shot here. I remember that big bold off the roof on the fridge right off the roof on the cops car here and you know fire places. Beautiful White people live here in their Holy Shit. That's how I holy Shit I you white man yes I am. I'm talking talking Shit and everything something. Well they own the neighborhood now. It's just a trip pilot changed. It must have been fucking weird for you to do the Broadway show right. Hey Yeah I would when I was a kid right down the street where I was snatched. People change snatched their pockets out their wallet of people on the street was after. I did it that next. Okay I will come by and the people that own the mother fucking throwing things chasing me from snaps the chain of the day and now down the street by Mr Mr type of the gums ties him at the time. And that's really freaked me out shred it really freaks me out. What a trip psych a I mean you can't escape your past right no. I don't try to escape just in general people I mean you but I mean just in your past is your past like you have those associations. Association's win the stuff that I like your idea of what what a places like from when you grew up so powerful how much how leaves those impressions that are never going to go away like somewhere no matter or what it looks like no matter how much change you still have the thing I've like. This is what it was like when I was when I was coming up right and those that movie on when the old man had little kid had to openly. uh-huh may have more third please the name of that play. You remember that play He asked for more but the guy's kind of guy he had a little they lived in London. Had little kids go out and steal bring money back to them. All Oliver Twist twist that we had our parents. We had our parents friends and job. There are people my parents. My mother have a boyfriend. I have a man. I don't know the boyfriend. I never thought before. Tavern man come affects men. We Are Robin. We cut his pocket. You Know Rob didn't have an older guy coming pan dome out something like that but you still in my women's everything with a scam. Everything was beaten the system. My whole life was fucking again Consistent about beating system or the white men whoever was their own this world and we will fucking Subservient people but we had to come up from Kinda wait. I had no idea that I was just poor. And then educate I didn't know what the deal and I didn't know how it got put in this world. What with my crying I I think you know? I think that your story is like one of the Great America's stories Is what I think I mean I. I was watching. I watched on the way out here. two movies that I'd seen before but I watched him again just for the Halibut. Because I thought it'd be cool to watch him. I watch the movie and then the spikes movie and just thinking about the you know I think the the out of you. You got a lot of life in front of you. You and I are born six months apart and you were born sixty six right. So June on June thirtieth of January twenty third sixty six sixty six months younger than me basically. So you've got a lot of lifestyle how to hope we're going to be around for a while longer. So who knows where the story goes but just this part of it. You know you think about where you came from what you live the good and the bad right just the whole arc of it. It's just a great. You know if you think about America in the second half of the twentieth century and you know now into the twenty first century the the story you lived from that description of your childhood Through the rise the fall rise the fall. You've had a couple of a couple of false. It's a fucking great story. I mean I. It's the good the bad and the ugly but like as a as a story of of overcoming adversity of reaching the highest heights and then having to suffer various kinds of challenges and setbacks and overcoming on those and get new where you are. It's like you know the story is. The ending has not been written. Like I said you got a lot more to go. But if you're going to write like about a great you know you're thinking about like what would be a among the many great American novels that could be written. This is a great city. It's just a fantastic. So fantastic journey. You're on credit. Incredible regretable blocking tail is what it is and then as you said it because I'm life is Spending like this I feel like I know somebody that grandmother slave. I've known somebody who's old enough and his grandmother was a slave saying he knew his grandmother. Any new me so this as men new slave and he knew me the distance between the two teams so far away. But it's not. Yeah it was like it was one of the things Chris. Rock talked about a few years. That's cool a couple years ago. Chris Rock interview somewhere that I saw where he talked about. How his grandmother I think his grandmother Monagas Mom? I think but I think it was his grandmother who in South Carolina like within his lifetime his his grandmother used to have to go when she would get When she would have to have dental work done she would have to go to the veterinarian in South Carolina because like no dentists would see Z.? A. Black person so if she had to get a tooth pulled or something she'd have to go to the veterinarian to get the dog to get her get her tooth pulled right and that was like. But that's like a thing where you like. It's like Chris Rock and it's it's like this is he did. This thing is maybe four. Five years ago. Remember reading this interview but just to your point about like. He's like you know. My grandmother used to have to the veterinarian to get a tooth pulled right. That's like within my lifetime. That's how fucked up here. This is interesting this is very this is what we do you notice God. This happened but this is a grandmother but it left a scar on him. Yeah right totally yes. You don't even notice when we left a scar on him. Yeah you know and that's how it is in all. I know definitely black community with scarred from the path you know most of our pain the pain from the path you know and we we internalize into the future. I mean that's the other thing I think. If you've lived Your Life You just Colin number stories to like just. I'm great. I love store. I'm a storyteller right so I think about just having lived. You know the things that people are obsessed Szeswith in America right. They're obsessed with money. They're obsessed with fame. They're obsessed with winning. They're obsessed with celebrity. They're obsessed with lot. That's a lot a lot of stuff that American culture is obsessed with right you at various times have been at the absolute pinnacle of all those things right. The greatest winner in your in your thing that you compete in your sport. You know made a Shitload of money lived at the highest level of Glamour Celebrity Fame Fortune of media attention tabloid culture. Go into prison. I mean all the shit that we're all obsessed with at one time or another you've been the at the absolute top of the mountain or the you know going to prison at the absolutely you know the depth of the valley and again people are obsessed in this country with prison to like we. uh-huh watch bucket in prison. Should on television long. You have lived this like you know. For all the categories of things people obsess about. You have had some experience areas with and not just an experienced with but like the most extreme experiences with and I just like what I hear you tell the stories you tell the memories you have good and bad. I just thank like it's kind of crazy that you've been at the center of so many of the different like things that people in this country spend hours and days and months. Sounds like that you say that because all these things you see all these pinnacles successfully the Venus and all the stuff experience and then I experienced told and none of vit- meant anything. I haven't seen nothing. It's nothing it doesn't exist. I haven't been anywhere. I haven't made my first step yet so when it happened yet when when I die. Let's start limiting din now. That's where my mind that what happens when I die. I can't answer that I have energy. You have right now even your mind. Yeah whatever it happen happen. Endless energy died at this energy. We have hit school blackout. This guy or does it does the travel into a bug A. Butterfly Rocketry. What do you think John You know? But I don't I don't have a clue I know about at the toad and you know do and it's a I think all of the this is another category. John who am I yeah. Those are good questions. I got the toad right here in front of me or at least a version of the toad so I think you know it was funny. I was just literally on TV. A couple of days ago. DOC Talking to To this guy Who wrote this book? Do you know this Guy Michael Pollen just finishing how to change your mind right so pollen. Is You know. A famous famous writer lives up in Northern California and had written most of his career about food and and particularly vegetables people's like rise written wrote this book called the omnivores dilemma read nutritional yeah writing so the dudes so the dudes like very very he and he got interested in psychedelics because of his interest in in plants like as a as a nutritionally otherwise but he's obsessed with plants right so and he's written written bestselling books. Dominic purcell ever was a giant Number One New York Times bestseller for a long time. So he wrote this book that you've read or almost through and I'm sorry about the name thing always he's takes me to do to cross to bear. It takes me but always takes me two times. We just met so I got. I'll never fuck it up again. But he wrote so he's written this book about About the PSYCHEDELIC movement. Now like where it is now not the sixties version. Not Tune in turn on drought. Not like and that looks like a lot of legitimacy to that too gives a little history of that which I thought was just cool but it's funny because his book is about the fact that the it to a large extent about what's going on with They're increasing acceptance in the medical community of the therapeutic benefits of various kinds psychoactive drugs so it's like from from. MD May ecstasy to organics like suicide and the toad and other like organic organic. You began people take that grow out of the ground but all of that stuff which was demonized for really long time to some extent. LSD still is. Yeah but all of that stuff which was demonized by the culture for so long. Now it's starting to change and and it's starting to change because of a relatively small number. The people who were who have fought this fight for years and years a friend of mine. When I was a I went to Harvard as a graduate student at the Kennedy School of Government? See you and I say that not to not to brag but just because I met a guy there in nineteen eighty eight. Whose name was Rick Dobelin? Oh Yeah of course the mets had a maps so just association studies.
"john you" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Unique so I have to figure out the Steve is blurred himself out totally which You know from a guests. Viewing standpoint Steve. We all applaud that steep. quit trying to mess around your goddamn technology get the blur away. And let's just see it for Christ's voice sake. I mean everybody's got to be so fucking cute on this show get the blur away. Let's see you and let's get after it for crying out loud. John You tell these people that they can do all this stuff and then they think they're magician and now look at. Steve can't get that God damn camera off of Blur. He can't do God. Damn this is unbelievable. Steve can you take the blur off lease while I mean I gotTa say right off the Bat John I after listening to this again for the seven hundred time because because it's fabulous. I want people to know that I was not at all at monitoring's John for somehow. Not being responsible for Steve's action I just WANNA say that up front I what I was saying and it goes back to the first hour. You just happen to have a pulse or your finger on on the pulse of everybody's set up and I thought that while you know your somebody that has the wherewithal to blur backgrounds. And all this stuff that I thought you might have mentioned it to Steve and then Steve has gone a no pun to dog. Your Steve is gone rogue and decided to get cute with all the stuff which didn't end up being the case. So so Doug Go ahead and reacted. Oh that was hilarious..
"john you" Discussed on OnEducation
"That on the right hand side. It looks like a spiderweb with eight different points. I ask students to plot on that rubric what the Left Panel said so like if it said you gotta three out of five in your thesis eight ten or like a four out of five hundred transitions so they're taking the data I provided to them and then they're interacting with data into that spiderweb grab so then they have a visual representation what that growth pattern looks like then I asked him to answer three questions and I always ask them to answer the questions one at a time they actually take the Russian seriously and notice sort of halfheartedly moved through all three at once question one is this is an obstacle course which these obstacles that you dominate. Oh you have great thesis okay Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah is right about why and how they dominated and see what they did to get there is okay which obstacles giving them as trouble and it's like Oh you know what I have trouble with transition sentences <unk> integration of having a hard time with and then question three is okay so what what can we do to set some goals to help you with the thing that you're struggling so it's not like Bart Simpson writing on the board I will not throw spitballs of future. It's like targeted feedback based on what you did or had trouble with so we can like use that to move it better because I don't really care like hit your great in my classroom. You WanNa know you wanna be I don't I don't care what you're you're number. Grade is what I want to see your Meta cognitive thinking about what you can do better next line and then what we do is we'd give back that same chart for the next activity of the exact same variety and and then they used different color pen and map for themselves. I used to be four out of five these now five or obscene gross penance here but I'm still struggling with that's a good thing and that's about teaching mastery and has talking about like standards based grading must really women what we're GonNa go with it because then you could if you'd still international grades made me the great essay that you did as a teacher is where fifty percent of the grade but their own reflection on their running with other fifty percent and then you can empower your kid to help you know move themselves up the ladder because it takes us process seriously. I'm just one guy like when I get hit by a bus or abducted by aliens or win the lottery forget about me head says what do you see with you and like that you are responsible for your own personal records and go back to it and see that and that's easy then at the end of the year to be like this is what I mean when I say this did ready for the next level because he can see those visually <music> at Fordham so John You have a real passion for marathons and Spartan runs and you you have a chapter the book where you're connecting those types of endurance type of activities to the classroom classroom. Tell us more about that yes so I should've picked a different hobby because that's what hurts I remember my next xbox would be like how to lay on a beach for education joke and she says you know John. adrenaline rush has when you're you're. You're you're you're. You're thing what's your next thing. I don't know she goes because there's all these brain. Chemicals are Serotonin. There's dopamine was like Oh dope Ed Wien. That's the name of her book tone but that's like how how to take an APP and like how to relax but like the the mud runs in the obstacle courses they trick you into paying your own money so you can do somebody else's yard work for that all the stuff up pills. You're diving into like big pools a water. You're jumping off of roofs roof. Cindy like these big plunges your time your lights but you're working really hard in high risk scenarios and if you present this somebody like in isolation. That's like a crazy person big. No one should seek out <hes> very tyler durden fight club. Is Your Life so dry..
"john you" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"john you" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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