35 Burst results for "K. Deep"

Dan Bongino: Just Take the L, Jussie Smollett

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 1 d ago

Dan Bongino: Just Take the L, Jussie Smollett

"You know justice for juicy Dave Chappelle's ever watching the justice for juju small yet as he calls him the French actor juicy Well juicy as decided to take the stand in his own defense in this trial where he's been charged with multiple crimes for falsely reporting the story of him being beaten up by maga people while leaving a subway sandwich place at 2 o'clock in the morning and the freezing cold in the far right city of Chicago You know you almost have to admire the guy's grift man This guy is not given this story up Jim juicy's not giving it up Juicy refuses to give this story up that he was in the city of Chicago noted deep red Chicago Trump supporters everywhere and he was attacked by two Trump supporters who conveniently did a dry run with him the day before before they attacked them They did a juicy we're going to attack you So before we attack you would you mind joining us on a dry run of the attack When juicy was like yeah yeah whatevs man Here's where you're gonna attack me We get to throw a right cross first or is it gonna be a left hook Maybe some body blows elbows is gonna be UFC style So juicy a magically one on a dry run with these guys the day before and he is still taking the stand trying to pretend that this maga attack on him actually happen I mean at some point juicy you gotta take the L man Just take the L drop the loss at some point you have to say to yourself this is not working Juicy's not doing it Jim juicy is committed to justice for juicy just not the way we all thought I talked to Pete egg said this weekend on my Fox show about that I can't get over how this guy will not give this story up I mean he's becoming a cosmic intergalactic laughing stock And he still sticks his story that he was attacked in

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Attorney General Merrick Garland Sues Texas Over New Redistricting Maps

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Attorney General Merrick Garland Sues Texas Over New Redistricting Maps

"The most failed human being to ever walk in that office again makes Eric holder look like a prince right Merrick Garland is now suing the state of Texas over its redistricted congressional map That's hilarious Hilarious I ran for office in the state of Maryland The most gerrymandered districts in the country One of them is stuck right in the heart of deep blue Maryland which is weird because the DoJ is right there in Maryland's backyard their headquarters in Washington D.C. and yet Merrick Garland sues a Republican state Why Why isn't he suing the state of Maryland over their gerrymandered map There is a district in Maryland district What is it three They call it like the salamander because it's cut like you have to like get in a boat across a marsh You have to go Lewis and Clark across the marsh get out put like your Dickey boots on get out Walk across get into like a bus Then to make your way across the district It is the most non contiguous district you've ever seen in your life Yet it's in the blue state of Maryland so that it's A-okay Matter of fact liberal nutcases in Maryland just proposed an even more gerrymandered map because Maryland has a 7 one 7 Republicans one Democrat administration They want to get rid of the one Republican left on the eastern shore in the Harris yet Merrick Garland's not suing the state of Maryland for a fair map why because Merrick Garland is a grotesque city He is a filthy corrupt human being whose sole purpose is to be Joe Biden's henchman from The White House to weaponize the DoJ to attack Republicans to attack parents who speak up at school board meetings to attack Republican states who redistrict their states not to his liking This guy is

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Caller Believes America Is Tough and Will Survive, Responding to Cheryl K. Chumley

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 1 d ago

Caller Believes America Is Tough and Will Survive, Responding to Cheryl K. Chumley

"And one quote that I want to make when Donald Trump, my favorite president, got elected to The White House. And he said that the swamp was deep at the time I didn't know what men by the swamp was the swamp and the 2020 election ate them up. The Democrats did everything in their power to get him out of The White House and I think the main thing that got him out of The White House was COVID-19. But we also have we also have Republicans as you call them rhinos. I would like you to ask or find out that bring one of the senators that voted for the infrastructure package that was 13 of them voted for. I would like to know what kind of kickback their state got, okay. Well, then personally to make them go the wrong way. This country is in trouble. And the previous caller said, I don't know for the point on return. But I disagree to some form because America's tough and America is always. We're going to survive as Hugo and you know it as well as anybody and I appreciate very much your

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Late musician Tom Petty receives posthumous Ph.D. for music

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Late musician Tom Petty receives posthumous Ph.D. for music

"The the university university of of Florida Florida is is awarded awarded an an honorary honorary PhD PhD to to rock rock legend legend Tom Tom Petty Petty Tom Tom petty's petty's hit hit I I won't won't back back down down is is almost almost an an implement implement Gators Gators games games he he had had deep deep ties ties to to the the university university of of Florida Florida in in Gainesville Gainesville the the city city where where he he grew grew up up and and even even worked worked as as a a groundskeeper groundskeeper at at the the campus campus to to earn earn money money as as he he tried tried to to break break his his way way into into the the music music industry industry students students there there have have always always been been proud proud of of the the connection connection to to the the rock rock and and roll roll hall hall of of Famer Famer and and now now the the university university board board of of trustees trustees has has awarded awarded Thomas Thomas Earl Earl petty petty a a posthumous posthumous doctoral doctoral degree degree in in music music petty petty died died of of a a drug drug overdose overdose in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Botswana Health Director Reiterates That Omicron Is Mild

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 4 d ago

Botswana Health Director Reiterates That Omicron Is Mild

"Botswana which is having a little bit of a problem with the coronavirus They've had a few cases of aron So they'd be good people to ask right Well here's Botswana's health director Pamela Smith Lawrence talking about cases of a crime now You've heard in the media from everyone else Oh my gosh I'm a Kron reverend Kane Jim Put your mask on get your facts back deep Get your vaccine and shut your pie hole shut your soup cooler Say nothing else There it is reverend Kane otherwise known as Joe Biden Joey bots Here's Botswana's health director Like yeah we've had a few cases of not that bad A couple people had symptoms some people had no symptoms at all I bet you don't hear this anywhere in the media outside of this show and like Fox Maybe newsmax and OAN two That's it You want to hear it anywhere else Because it doesn't contribute to the ongoing fear campaign Here check this out Listen to her own words I don't total of 19 of these cases including the first four 14 or foreign nationals and we only had 5 who are local local residents and citizens So far what we are seeing from most of the context of these first 19 cases most of them have tested negative And we are continuing to follow them up during their quarantine period to say on completion of quarantine have they actually incubated the virus But so far all the contacts have tested negative and most of the cases themselves really nobody had any symptoms One or two people might have had a few mild flu like symptoms but resolved in one or two days At the rest really nobody has been

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Blinken Trades Warnings With Russia’s Lavrov Over Ukraine, NATO

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Blinken Trades Warnings With Russia’s Lavrov Over Ukraine, NATO

"Russia Russia is is voicing voicing concern concern about about a a possible possible escalation escalation of of fighting fighting in in eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine while while the the US US is is warning warning Moscow Moscow to to stay stay away away we we have have deep deep concerns concerns about about Russia's Russia's plans plans for for renewed renewed aggression aggression against against Ukraine Ukraine secretary secretary of of state state Antony Antony Blinken Blinken made made those those comments comments seated seated alongside alongside the the Russian Russian foreign foreign minister minister Sergei Sergei Lavrov Lavrov ahead ahead of of a a meeting meeting in in stock stock home home Moscow Moscow insists insists it it has has no no intention intention of of invading invading Ukraine Ukraine but but Blinken Blinken offered offered this this in in the the spirit spirit of of being being clearing clearing cabinet cabinet which which is is the the best best

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Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO

"Twitter Twitter co co founder founder Jack Jack Dorsey Dorsey is is stepping stepping down down as as CEO CEO Twitter Twitter share share prices prices rose rose on on the the news news that that CEO CEO Jack Jack Dorsey Dorsey is is leaving leaving his his post post effective effective today today the the social social media media platform platform which which has has over over two two hundred hundred million million active active daily daily users users will will now now be be led led by by Barack Barack Arbor Arbor while while Twitter's Twitter's chief chief technology technology officer officer since since twenty twenty seventeen seventeen in in a a letter letter to to employees employees tweeted tweeted from from his his account account Dorsey Dorsey said said it it was was his his decision decision to to leave leave the the company company where where he he has has had had various various lead lead roles roles for for sixteen sixteen years years and and then then he he was was really really sad sad yet yet really really happy happy he he wrote wrote that that his his trust trust in in the the new new chief chief executive executive runs runs bone bone deep deep and and that that for for all all the the talk talk of of the the importance importance of of a a company company being being founder founder lead lead the the idea idea is is severely severely limiting limiting Dorsey Dorsey says says he'll he'll leave leave the the company's company's board board when when his his term term expires expires in in may may of of next next year year after after helping helping with with the the transition transition Paul Paul Barrett Barrett with with the the NYU NYU stern stern center center for for business business and and human human rights rights says says Dorsey Dorsey leaves leaves behind behind a a mixed mixed legacy legacy a a platform platform that's that's useful useful and and potent potent for for quick quick communication communication but but one one that's that's been been exploited exploited by by a a range range of of bad bad actors actors I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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How Fauci Politicized America's Scientific Community With Dr. Scott Atlas

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last week

How Fauci Politicized America's Scientific Community With Dr. Scott Atlas

"Well, doctor, I completely agree, and we were harsh critics of the lockdown citing your commentary in your writings early and often. However, what confuses so much so many members of our audience and since you were on the front lines, I'd love your take on this. It seems obvious. Then why did we keep on doing it? Why is it that we were ruled by people that were more ideological? I'm being nice, right? I mean, these these decisions have major and serious consequences, and we're completely at odds with the data. You know, strip all the politics aside, just looking at it empirically, you could not justify more lockdowns, more school closures yet, we did. Can you give us any insight into the internal dynamics? Did Fauci and birks have a separate pile of data they weren't telling anyone? Or was it another side of the story where they just didn't care? I love your take on it. Okay, so I'll first state what I believe. And I think, you know, everyone should believe people do want the pandemic to end. I mean, I don't think that I would never ascribe a mode of as evil as that. There was no separate data. In fact, like I tried to say here, these people didn't have what they thought was data was just simple tabulations of cases. And that's not an analysis. That's not critical thinking. I'm talking about the world's literature, the world's data that evolving science, they never brought that forward in my presence at any of the meetings. I never heard them talk about studies. I never saw them critique a study like a critical thinking scientist should. And I never heard anyone refute what I said by quoting studies. Never not once. So that wasn't really the reason. Now, the question why, of course, is very difficult to answer. People at some level are in too deep. These people will never admit they were wrong. That I guarantee,

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Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:48 min | Last week

Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Second Listen let me get right to your book because I loved it I was I got a copy got it early It talks about your time at Fox News from the beginning And listen I find this really hilarious I was looking through the book review It says that you divine quote great truths about the nature of our country while stumbling across beaches asking oblivious college students basic political questions Please if you could expound a bit on that Well one of the great truth I divine just by calling in within one second was because I have to cheat my wife when we have dinner reservations I have to say we have reservations at 7 when they're really at 7 30 But then they get kicked to that But then I've tried that with my wife but that may get hit to that stunt Then you have to back it down another ride No no really 6 30 I know that trick So tell it though tell us about the book It's a great book I found it hilarious Everything from the mom to eats to your time with man on the street interviews Really it's an interesting story of not just you but the whole media environment I know that the title of the book how I save the world is you know meant to be funny but it's a really interesting book So yeah so I used to be dispatched to all of these liberal precincts all across the country New beaches San Francisco Washington D.C. spring break And I would interview liberals in their natural habitat And what I found was that they are very insecure people whose lives lack meaning And in order to make up for that lack of meaning they project all of their insecurities onto the rest of us And they do that through control They do that through controlled and they do that through division And that's just in order to assuage their guilt and so they have someone to blame Because deep down Dan you know they believe this country was founded on inequality and racism And they need to be able to make up for that So they need to just demolish the country And they need to be in charge of remaking the country in a way that they see as just and fair Is it just and fair No of course not It's the same thing that's happening in Cuba You give up a little bit of your freedom in exchange for a life of comfort but it never works out all they do is control you and they dominate you And they try to just get into all of your life's little secrets and just nag the hell out of you until you say okay enough already And that's what they're doing right now They're just nagging us to death And enough is enough Sometimes you just have to act like a parent you're a parent You just say no Knock it off We're not doing this anymore And that's what this country lacks a little bit of a

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EU says economic recovery threatened by COVID-19 resurgence

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

EU says economic recovery threatened by COVID-19 resurgence

"The European Union says an economic recovery across the block is threatened by a covert nineteen resurgence he uses the massive spiking cope with nineteen cases over recent weeks is threatening the bloc's recovery from the deep economic slump caused by last year's on the set of the pandemic and medical experts say the situation could get much worse the colony commissioner Paolo Gentiloni says the upbeat picture painted only two weeks ago when the E. U. executive raised its growth full cost for an economy bouncing back from the worst all the pandemic was now in doubt again I'm Charles the last month

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Dr. Anthony Fauci Suggests Americans Will Need Boosters Every Six Months

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci Suggests Americans Will Need Boosters Every Six Months

"Answer. By the way, let's play some type of foushee. The fact that he still has a job is incredible, Fauci should be in prison, but he won't be. Foushee is a he's a leader of the deep state bureaucratic state of our government. Cut three Fauci suggests that Americans will need boosters every 6 months, like cut three. We would hope and this is something that we're looking at very carefully that that shot with the mRNA not only boosts you way up, but increases the durability so that you will not necessarily need it every 6 months every year. We're hoping it pushes it out more. If it doesn't, and the data show we do need it more often, then we'll do it. Cut four, he says, if you're vaccinated and hopefully you'll get the book boosted too, your family is then you can enjoy a typical Thanksgiving meal. Who are you to say what I could do on Thanksgiving Fauci play cut for? If you are vaccinated and hopefully you'll be boosted too, and your family is you can enjoy a typical Thanksgiving meal Thanksgiving holiday with your family. The thing we are concerned about is the people who are not

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Are We the Third Generation to Do Something Big?

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Are We the Third Generation to Do Something Big?

"We're in a culture war They run the colleges and universities They run the media They run academia I mean even at the lower levels with the unions et cetera And we're going to have to start figuring out how to get involved in these aspects of our society The parents showed us what the school boards we need to get into the shareholder meetings with these corporations We need to claw back funds from colleges and universities who are producing and giving tenured to true outspoken marxists In other words we have to go on offense don't you think Yes It often speaks deep into my background in the sport of wrestling You stand around the sport of wrestling you don't get your tail kick You have to go on the offense That's the only way you win anything So look I look at history Someone said this Maybe we got this from New York I can't remember but someone said every third generation in this country has done something big Who had the founders who started this experiment freedom we call America Three generations later Lincoln held the country together We got rid of the evil of slavery three generations after that We had the greatest generation beat the evil of Nazi Germany and imperial Japan and now here we are Three generations later and maybe the way the good lord has it it's our turn to do something big and start to stop this march to communism that we see the left putting us

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GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

"The Democrats flooded Columbia South Carolina with endorsements for a mayoral candidate there named tamika Isaac divine. Obama endorsed her Jim Clyburn was heavily invested in her victory. Now this is Columbia South Carolina, and I know a little bit about South Carolina. I'm in. I'm in South Carolina today. In the upstate. In the Greenville Spartanburg Anderson area. I lived here, love the area. This is like home away from home for me, and I hope you don't mind me sharing my deep affection. For the people and the community of the upstate of South Carolina. Colombia is blue. Colombia is Richland county, Colombia, not elections in county, but Richland county is heavily Democrat. Biden carried Richland county by 38 points. All right? So it gives you an idea of the makeup of Columbia South Carolina. Guess what? The Republican Daniel Rick and man defeated the Democrat during Tuesday nights mayoral election. He won by four percentage points. Again, this was a race where the Democrat machine was heavily invested in trying to push tamika Isaac Devine over the finish line. Obama released an audio message to support him. Here's what's important. Colombia has been led by democratic mayors for 30 years the red wave is coming.

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Merrick Garland's MEMOGATE Explodes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Merrick Garland's MEMOGATE Explodes

"The national school board association letter otherwise known as the letter that broke the entire educational world led to the memo. The memo from Merrick Garland that inexplicably called for the defense apparatus to use potentially the Patriot Act and Department of Homeland Security to go after moms and dads. This is a legitimate scandal that is heating up, which we will now call memo gate. Cut 58 Merrick Garland in front of Congress, said that he could not imagine any circumstance that parents complaining about their school boards would be labeled as domestic terrorism, cut 58. Like you, I can't imagine any circumstance in which the Patriot Act would be used in the circumstances of parents complaining about their children, nor can I imagine a circumstance where they would be labeled as domestic terrorism. New whistleblower last night shows that Merrick Garland lied under oath in front of Congress as all of these deep state unelected operatives do, no one voted for Merrick Garland, Merrick Garland is an unelected Plato guardian type that wants to usher in a globalist internationalist borderless society, while he does not actually have to live under those same rules and measures. Whistleblower breaking last night. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, the FBI, created a threat tag to track allegedly menacing statements against school boards and their members after attorney general Merrick Garland directed the bureau to take the lead on hyperlocal disputes. A whistleblower has revealed. The email dated October 20th about a month ago, released Tuesday by House judiciary Republicans, who said this was proof that the federal counter terrorism was being deployed against parents at school board meetings.

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Whistleblower Says AG Merrick Garland Lied About FBI Investigating Parents

Mark Levin

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Whistleblower Says AG Merrick Garland Lied About FBI Investigating Parents

"I talked earlier today with U.S. congressman Jim Jordan And we were doing a sit down for my podcast and he was the one that was alerted From this whistleblower in the deep state And the whistleblower is now claiming that the attorney general flat out lie directly to Congress Lied to them about how their treating parents are showing up and speaking Their minds Not always in a kumbaya manner to these dictators and tyrants These psychopaths on these school boards that believe it's their job to indoctrinate your child not pizza and running around in arithmetic but actually indoctrinate your children

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Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

"He wrote the books on Russian collusion and the witch hunt. Welcome back to America first with Greg Jarrett. I have to return Greg to one more and more question with regards to John Durham and the recent flurry of activities. This is a man who he stayed in the shadows for most of his career. There's only two photographs of them. Whatever you see, you know, an article about Darwin's the same photograph of him scowling coming out of a courtroom. So it's a guy looks to take his job seriously, has a pretty serious reputation, and one of the things he's known for as what was it former Connecticut U.S. attorney is that he puts feds in prison. So he has put corrupt FBI special agents and supervisory special agents in prison for breaking the law. As a result, I just want to what is it Jen Psaki says circle back on why you think the indictments are going to stay at this low level of people lying to the bureau and not actually target the people inside the bureau who were the architects and the implementers of the Russia hoax and the witch hunt? Is that just a gut sense of what you witnessed in the last two years? Well, you know, as much as I sometimes rely on confidential sources and leaked information is any journalist has terms to be commended. I mean, he's remained silent. He doesn't leap, no leaks come out of his investigation. He is a serious guy. He knows how corrupt the FBI is because he's put FBI folks behind bars. You know, I do think he is still looking at people at the FBI and others who lied in the Pfizer court weren't applications to surveillance spy on the Trump campaign. And I still think that's a possibility. You know, it would certainly be proper justice to hold people at the top, like mccabe and Comey and others. I mean, they signed off on these fisa warrants. Again, and again. They swore under penalty of perjury, the information was true. It wasn't true. I'll just give you one example. They vouched for the credibility over and over again of Christopher Steele. Yet, they didn't disclose to the court that they'd fired Christopher Steele as a confidential source for what for lying. So when you say to the goal, he's reliable in these credible, that's a lie. And they kept vouching for the veracity of the dossier when they knew and we now know that they knew that it was all a pack of

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Gregg Jarrett on Adam Schiff's Disgraceful Legacy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Gregg Jarrett on Adam Schiff's Disgraceful Legacy

"Greg Gerry, you sent me a piece on Friday entitled Adam Schiff's disgraceful legacy. Right there, we heard him say the following. Anyone who lied to Christopher Steele. Or the FBI should be prosecuted. What about chairman of the intelligence committee of the House of Representatives who lied to America for four years about their having seen the quote incontrovertible evidence of Russian collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow? There are a lot of liars associated with the great Russia hoax and the ensuing witch hunt. Hillary Clinton, Christopher Steele, Igor steel source, I'd add James Comey to the list. But in my book, I wrote in the column, the most remorseless liar of all the flagrant huckster of hysteria over the Russia hoax is none other than Adam Schiff. Which Sean Hannity loves to call shifty shift. I mean, he is the most mendacious of them all. I mean, he is the top of the party not in terms of who lied the most and most often for four years. That's right. You know, he'd walk a mile for a camera shift did hundreds and hundreds of interviews with the stock up media. They didn't know a damn thing because they didn't bother to actually investigate any of the allegations or try to corroborate any of the dossier they simply took it as gospel as if it were scripture from Moses. You know, and so they are winning accessories the media. But they were played for fools. They were winning dupes. And at the hands of people, like Adam Schiff, who kept insisting over and over again, week after week year after year for years that he had in convertible evidence that Trump was a Russian asset who plotted with Putin in the bowels of the Kremlin to steal the 2016 election he said he had concrete evidence, absolute evidence, he'd seen it with his own eyes. We're just on the verge of the big reveal and he promised again and again, he was going to reveal it, but oh, you know, it's classified information right

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Commentator Gregg Jarrett Discusses the Riveting Rittenhouse Trial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Commentator Gregg Jarrett Discusses the Riveting Rittenhouse Trial

"Greg Jarrod, welcome back to one on one. Great to be with you. Greg, you you've been in this tour tree business of the intersection of law and politics for a while, let's just put it a while. Is this I'm not a lawyer? Greg, and I come to this as somebody who sat in the back of a court once. When I got a speed, I was driving too fast and I had to go to a court salmons and I thought I've never been to a court. So I went in three hours early and I sat in the back just to look at what a county court was like as a newly minted American citizen. And it was fascinating. But it wasn't what we witnessing on TV screens across the nation for the last week. Is this a normal trial? Is this witness badgering is the judge saying, don't you be brazen with me? Is this par for the course? Give us your expert opinion on what we are seeing. Well, courtrooms can be high drama and, you know, centuries ago before television before the Internet before core TV where I worked for 8 years. You know, people would flock to courthouses in courtrooms in some ways it was their source of information, but it was also their source of entertainment and this certainly has not been entertaining, but it has been riveting to watch this unfold. And you see on the screen, Kyle rittenhouse made a compelling witness. He broke down. He sobbed. You know, I really hate to see somebody like LeBron James mock it with laughing emojis if LeBron James had actually watched much of the trial. He wouldn't have made such a stupid

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"k. deep" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"Water circulates in the ocean which can have an effect on climate can affect Storms moving around hurricanes we all know are affected by water temperature You know fish and different resources on the sea floor near the sea floor that were dependent upon whether it be for food or for medals for our phones are actually our phones the communication that we're using to talk on our phones it doesn't go through the sky it goes on cables on the seafloor and so we we don't even realize that every day we're very all of us are very connected to each other through the sea floor which is pretty cool while we have vicky and jamie. Let's get into some of the questions you've sent us about the ocean. Depths name is siri and i am five. Am i have been denver colorado. My question is how deep is to see. My name is fry it. And i'm eight years old and i live in wellington in new zealand. My question is how deep is the deepest part of the ocean. Thank you my name is sophie. I live in minneapolis minnesota. I'm eight years old. My question is how deep is the ocean. My name's campbell. On seven years. Old and i live in pennsylvania and i want to know how the ocean got so deep. So how deep is it. And how did it get so deep. Well i know how deep it is. I think vicki's better place to say how it gets. A d so the deepest parts of the ocean that i'll stunned by to be correct and this is about eleven thousand thirty four meters in a place called the challenge of deep in the mariana trench in the pacific. Ocean is about seven miles deep. That's amazing that is amazing. Let's add two more voices to the chorus wanting to know how that part of the ocean got so deep. Hi my name is toby. I've learned a half eluned chicago in my question is how in the mayan trenches. Get jodi. hi my name is alice. i'm six years old. I'm from buffalo new york and my question is how was the mariana. Trench formed not surprisingly how the sea floor formed is complicated. Well so there's a lot of really large scale processes that are happening on our planet I think a lot of people have heard of plate tectonics and how the plates move around the planet as they're moving around there's different processes happening like subduction so one plates going below another one and that's causing a lot of the trenches there's collision of plates which causes the creation of mountains I think people have some familiarity.

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"k. deep" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Yeah absolutely but then also just from a surely like on the other hand like just from an if perspective k. Here that. And i just love the idea of brindle as this is as the stranger as this is being that is That is almost from another world. You know Because in many many respects is while and much like the orc that we were just talking about brindell here is given an unholy origin story. Right this thing that he is descended from cain who in the biblical story murdered his brother. Abel cain was you know the third human to exist enable was the fourth and kane. I guess got jealous of able having having good offerings to god that god was very pleased with and so cain murdered him. And then god comes to kane saying. Hey where's your brother. And kane says am i my brother's keeper so god curses kane and sends him off wandering in the wilderness to the land of nod and canes offspring. Apparently become the monster grendel. So it's like there's a sort of There's a generational curse that is passed down for that original crime. Now in a nineteenth century glossary of anglo saxon terms the scholar. Thomas write notes that orc means possibly hell devil or specter or goblin Any notes that it is phonetically similar to orcas which was a roman god of the underworld i think. Somewhat regularly conflicted with satan during times of christian syncretism. Yeah yeah orcas of courses come up on the podcasts before and this also brings to mind that that line from william blake That of course is Is adapted and switched around a little bit Most more probably more famously. Most listeners in blade runner but that line fiery the angels rose as they rose deep. Thunder rolled around their shores indignant burning with the fires of orc. Oh yeah that's come up before. I know you like that one. And that's great. I mean blake is always great but or there is different orcas not so much a monster there is kind of like. I don't recall exactly some kind of character. Yeah you're dealing with the the blake cinematic universe. They're supposed to any of these others. I i should at one thing i. It's interesting that we don't have to really discuss what a goblin is in any of this The there's something about the goblin in particular that i think you'll find just about everywhere like we've discussed Various chinese folklore and mythology before that involve something that is translated as a goblin and it. It it does seem to suggest that there is just sort of an intrinsic goblin nece to the the human imagination like there is a space preserved for the goblin. that we we don't even really need to even expand onto much we. I mean i think it's just there's a general fear of something that is evil that is roughly shaped like a human and has human capabilities in a way but cannot be reasoned with and has no and has no Like mercy or morality and is just sort of like meanness and cruelty in human form or right human form. Yeah or kind of. I guess sometimes the goblin. I get a sense of the nature of the goblins gesture like a hidden. A supernatural element to it and even though the the the idea of tolkien's orcs they kind of evolve out of an idea of goblin. They become something different. They become something more like a human and therefore kind of divorced from like the supernatural world of pure fairies in the same way. That tolkien's elves are something different than like the the ideas of the fair folk or even the to arthur d. dan You find in irish mythology. Well yeah and other things funny. Is that by the time you get token. Suddenly elves are thought of as the superhumans..

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"k. deep" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:54 min | 3 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Jack armstrong and joe scott armstrong and getty show the defense secretary and chairman of the joint chiefs faced the press for the first time since afghanistan fell to the taliban complicating the evacuation the military's decision to close graham airbase located an hour and a half north of kabul. The largest airbase. The us had in afghanistan for twenty years. Why did you abandon the ballroom airfield. Why did us military pullout Given the uncertainty artists was to protect the embassy if we were to keep both of them and the embassy going That would be a significant number of multi force like the significant number of military forces. We've had to fly in suddenly now. Yeah so next. Hour will If you haven't heard him yet. Joe biden's interview with george stephanopoulos. He says some extraordinary things that was general milley there and he and secretary of defense said some extraordinary things including both of them reiterating over and over that. Nobody could see this coming wall street. Journal's front page story today swift victory was years in the making. Yeah the the secretary of defense read that then he would quit saying that it was a nobody saw this outcome and all right. Maybe we'll get him our password. So you know. He doesn't get pay walled. So i mentioned the what. The washington post has got like. Four stories front page today beaten up on the biden administration. It's like it's like the old trump days only it's by instead but here i'll read from one of them all about afghanistan another decision that is almost certain to draw scrutiny from lawmakers as the pentagon's decision to close baghram airbase more than six weeks ago when the mission evacuate america's closest allies had barely begun the sprawling airfield with two runways about thirty five miles north of kabul and would have offered an alternative to the single runway airport. There no one in their right mind would have closed baghram airbase while leaving behind thousands of civilians. But that's what joe biden. Did senator tom cotton wrote on twitter. Yesterday cotton's criticism was echoed by most military experts. See when the washington post does this sort of thing they quote somebody and then they say this was echoed by and then they start their building that they've got a point of view all their stories have a point of view. Their point of view is that that was stupid. Cotton's criticism was echoed by most military experts with experience in the region borrow who commanded all us forces in afghanistan during the early years. The war said that in his experience. Kabul international airport is virtually indefensible. Seems to be laura miller who worked as special representative for afghanistan and pakistan said the us approach to the final days of the war also seemed to defy planning from several years earlier that concluded that any large scale evacuation without bagaram or came to heart. Airbases was going to be nearly impossible. Wow they had done studies on this. They had a plan. They knew it was how the secretary defense decided to go along with. Joe biden's plan. I don't know lack of speaking truth to power. Or i don't know what back to the article another former. Us senior military commanders. Speaking on the condition of anonymity because of the issue's sensitivity said that keeping bagger open would have been a safe much safer. Bet it would have given us many tactical options right to the end. Not the least being its defensibility. The retired general said as the humanitarian situation deteriorated and then collapsed. Operating out of backroom could also provided a better platform for supporting humanitarian processing at kabul or even begum itself some former officials such as elliot cohen who worked on afghanistan policy during the latter years of bush's administration decried the failure to protect america's closest afghan allies as a moral failing. This says something about our governing class. How shallow and responsible. They can be going dean of the johns hopkins school of advanced international studies. Which is trained. Hundreds of us foreign policy officials. They can be embarrassed that they should be profoundly ashamed. The defenses officials spoke amid rising criticisms that the military withdrawal directed by biden was not handled responsibility a responsibly. As administration officials said it would be congressional democrats said on wednesday that they will investigate the flawed withdrawal in a series of hearings. Congressional democrats announced four different hearings yesterday former. Us civilian and military officials with experience at senior levels neff ghanistan expressed befuddle men and how unready the by administration appeared to be the possibility that it might have to rapidly evacuate both us citizens and their allies. And then how long have we been talking about the urgent terrifyingly urgent need to evacuate our allies. I mean people have been screaming about that for months and months and months. That's one of four different articles front page of the washington post today or they have caught after quote from people on the record or off the record all build the case that this was just horribly handled it all kinds of director and they don't offer any competing point of view in the washington post. They don't say on the other hand this general note. There's none of that. It's all just piling on. So if i'm the biden administration i'm pretty worried about the wa- po and msnbc calling me call in my administration out as being this incompetent and And heartless and all kinds of different things about that stuff about months ago. We had a plan. That's trying to do this without bagger would be just impossible so but how did we end up close neighbor and remember. We did the story here. We the the the the afghan army got up in the morning and we were gone. We didn't even tell allegedly. So what the hell. Yeah i'm gonna be interested to see approval ratings evolve over the next several weeks. And even as i say that i think we'll wait a minute. What if the outcomes are truly horrifying. Because that could still be the case looming switching to gyco is a good idea especially when you consider everything first off geico makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available twenty four seven online or over the phone. 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"k. deep" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"That he should resign correct. Nobody resigns anymore though nobody gets fired. Nobody resigns. nobody's ever held accountable for anything. Nobody ever says i screwed up. I should've done better right. I resign there are four different investigations. That are getting started in the house already around the tobacco and the democrats control the house still there. There are four different congressional investigations. That are kicking off the have been announced. And they'll probably be more. It's you know this is. This is no great tribute to the republican party which is a husky of its former principal itself but Has anybody ever emerged from the mid terms with four hundred thirty five seats in congress and all one hundred senate seats i guess all the senate seats are up. So that's an impossibility but holy cow. Things are going poorly. Yeah i'd say so Got to surprising. Statement from the w. h. l. And a couple of different aspects of the whole cove thing. We ought to hit you with one. I'm in favor of one. I'm definitely not i tell you. What the the freaking vid- is biggest story of practically as it's ever been it is and it's getting pushed off the front page for two reasons. One the calamity in couple. That's what i'll call it from now. That's going to be my cryan underneath me while i walk around the calamity in kabul. You're going to have like a sign over your head. Yeah get titled. Wow okay well. Yeah it needs to be lit up or the needs to be scrolling calamity in kabul. Scroll like it's people's attention but so obviously that's been the main story for like four days and then people are sick of it. I'm sick of it. It's weird so statistically the covert is like as big as ever some places what. I'm tired of it. So what do you want me to. Do you wanna talk about that. Because yeah there's that Yeah let's talk about that. Because i think it's more complicated than subtle than just people are tired of it. I think there might be some deep anthropological truth going. Yeah it was going to go deep anthropologically..

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"k. deep" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"I says right. Sit there and take some deep breaths really deep breaths. Breathe down into stomach right pro. Sounds a bit with but like babies do. And you see that tommy's rise up down it's that sort of feeling breathes deep as you can because that says everything down and then you can think when we breathing very shallow when you're anxious about something. You breathing is very very quick and it doesn't go very deep the more you can breathe deeply the more you'll be able to take control of yourself and your anxiety said that that is a starting point for everything really. Just get that breathing under control. Then think what is it. The i need doesn't matter what anybody else nate's. What is it that you as a ringer need and this again talked. People taught ups. And if you can't talk to attack into somebody else about what do you need and that might change as well. You might be okay. We cannot okay the next. But that's okay too. It's i think we're going to have to learn tolerance. Some people will not have had before. But i think if we work together than we can really freely get there and perhaps change some attitudes in ringing that might need changing as well sort of things you thinking about that. I i think sometimes people say. Wow the always worked for me. Lots of shouting across the ringing chamber. Well it never did anybody any harm. I've seen a lot of people leave game because people shout across ringing chambers and i've seen people off the end of a rope and look very very anxious and the next time they catch hold their stood anxious because they've been yelled at and i don't feel there's a place for that are. I never have felt this place for that. Some people argue that the is. I don't believe it. I think encouragement talking to people in a constructive way. There's nothing worse than when you're ringing and for people start yelling instructions all with the best of intentions. I do not doubt is with the best of intentions however it says is not helpful because he is i cry professional standpoint outstanding. Look at the person that's being advised. And i'll say the much -solutely this rabbit and headlights moment. Era absolutely stuck. They can't do anything to a lot. People will be different. Some people may respond well so you can never jam realized but i say moore's being unhelpful then helpful and personally hold with they are. We've always done it that way. I okay but i. it's not helpful. No no i would agree with that. If you had an extra million pounds to spend on ringing something to do with ringing. What would you spend it on them by. Oh my goodness an extra million pass the spindle rain. Oh wow i think how a nice ringing centre with a good during of bows and a social aspect and everything you need it all in one place but not necessarily a tower somewhere. Some web purpose built for ringing with a social science where you can have all your courses there and everything just have a complete center. Could you do that for a million. I don't know whether you could. You could make a star. You couldn't do that. sounds lovely. Where do you find out about what's happening in the bell ringing world. what's happening. Generally in powering we have killed facebook. Page this a lot of stuff goes on there. We've also got a guild website. I'll be honest. I very rarely go on the website but some people will prefer that sort of thing if you don't do the facebook side of things but it's through facebook really..

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"k. deep" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"Anybody interested in having a go And a few people came forward and there were positive results from this and that was encouraging and they were really keen. And what surprised me. I thought the younger people that came forward because they would be more open minded about this thing but it wasn't it was it was ordering as those guy who came forward to haven't been ringing for very long. I wanted to boost his confidence and hated really well and a couple of as well that just wanted to feel better about how marie in terms of ringing i'd also of our best wringers in the gold came forward and said guy. I want to have a go at this. And i remembers doing this. And him saying yeah. That was really to get really lift in that. And then we went running a local competition the next day and we want it but the point was it was about relaxed. Yes because when you're relaxed then you feel so much better about things and things happen much more. Naturally i think the worst thing when you go catch hold of a rope if you do so with anxiety. I'm not sure it's a good place to start from. But when you relax let it happen. It tends to work better therapies. Do you only work with. I work with a range of different therapies. Trained as a person sent to counselor which is talking about issues and it's very client led. I then moved onto the bachelor remedies which are homeopathic remedies. It you find him boots in holland and barrett and they're lovely. The rescue remedy particularly would be one for anxiety. And a lotta people familiar with using that. When i wrote the peaceful art. I put a list of the different remedies that would be useful for that. Anybody can contact me for a list. That is helpful towards their needs at specific time. What the remedies do is. They worked very gently but powerfully on negative emotions. And you work with about six or seven of these. Anyone time does no contraindications with them. They're perfectly safer for babies and writes up to people voted years. So that's a lovely way to start. If you want to do something for yourself to help with a young zayed's get hold of a bottle of the bachelor. Rescue remedy is pronounced batch. People look at me strangely sometimes. Because i think it should be back but actually in this context. It isn't as bad but yeah the rescue remedy from boots or holland and barrett four drops four times a day in a drink corentin tongue. That's one of the best things you can do to start. So i do a lot of work with those. I then did hypnotherapy. We've already touched on that the The script that i did for ringing so if anybody wants to give that a go that have been able to work online as well. Which surprise may. I always thought that it would have to be face to face to do hypno- but it isn't. I can do online. And i also send people copy of the recording so that they've got it and then i did something could emotional freedom techniques which is using accupuncture points to help release negative emotions. Which sounds quite dose. I conclude that everything i do. Sounds pretty notes but it works. Which is why i do it. And i thought. I remember when i first sat in a training room. And i'd not heard about fda but somebody told me you must do this. It's brilliant and i sat in this training room looking or these people tapping on themselves..

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"k. deep" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

"I think one of the most one of the saddest things. I was a friend of mine. Say that her grandson. It started having anxiety at the age of five and thought. No this isn't right. We shouldn't have this five year old. Little boys should not be bursting into tears in panicking. Because they're so unsure of what's going on so. I do think there's going to be a lot of work sadly a lot of work for people in my profession. How people adapt to getting back to normal. I think some people will think that it's going to be dead easy to bounce back. And i'm not sure that is. Yeah and it's been interesting for me as well as a therapist. Because i've had to deal with my own responses to this alongside everybody else's responses to this so that's been interesting and talking to fellow therapists. We've all had this thing. Impact is in a way that would none of us knew what was going to happen and how it was going to play out so we're all working against a backdrop of our own issues our own family issues and yeah so it's been fascinating but i think it is going to have a knock on effect and somebody listening who's been anxious about going back to ringing. What would you say to them. I i would say in the first instance. I imagine that will be guidelines as there's been guidelines all the way along in relation to ringing those are of no idea but there will be guidelines moving forward. And i feel that if you're anxious about going back talk to somebody in your tower whether that she'll tower cap ten. Hopefully you're tower. Captain is approachable and considerate of other people's feelings. It doesn't always happen but talked to somebody within your tower. Who can stand where you're coming from what you may need again. We're going to be a collection of people community of people all in one place all with differing views. Oh with differing worries. I think the most important thing that we need to do is be considerate of other people's worries even if they make no sense to you even if you think it's over the talk then i think that it's important that we acknowledge where somebody.

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"k. deep" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

"So today on our episode. What we're gonna do is we're just gonna kick it back old school and as our long-term listeners will notice. Sometimes chris and i liked to do these episodes where we don't really have a specific guests speaking about a topic but we kind of talk about a variety of topics that we've seen in the ecosystem. We think are interesting maybe of note and discuss them here. Live so you up for that chris. I'm totally up for that. We have fun with these episodes. I enjoy him as a little free form for us exactly. Yeah and i'm sure it shows to our listeners. how ignorant we are in certain cases. But that's okay because as everybody who is exploring the space everybody has their own little niche spear of and it seemed like these other people are like very knowledgeable in all of ai but they have their own little niche of knowledge to so it's good to sort of dip our toes into different areas. At least it is for me. I think you know that is something that we talk about a little bit in the last episode for for anybody that might've been listening with just the fact that there is too much stuff for everyone to know all of it. And so you kind of have to pick and choose where you're gonna dive in and that might be something worth talking about today because you have to kind of make some choices and it's interesting. How the different choices. People make affects. How a team might come together. And what the team's capabilities aren't stuff. So there's a lot of ramifications here. Yeah there's definitely the concept as well as like when you're putting together a data science team or a team or something like that actually. It's funny we're actually bringing this up because we had one of these discussions internally actually even this week is hey what are the advantages of having a sort of organizationally separate you know data science. Ai unit versus data science in ai people embedded in various teams throughout the organization and all within those specific people. Of course there's a slant. Sometimes people want to higher end data science people or people to just do the modeling and analysis stuff. And don't worry about the other things. Just focus on that stuff and we'll handle the business logic and like pushing that out into products and all of that stuff

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"k. deep" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

08:13 min | 7 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"I am admittedly a huge fan of wop and of accompanying tiktok dance. I also love little ex. I love monteiro. And i know a lot of people clutch their pearls over those songs. But i got me thinking about songs that we used to listen to when we were younger and i know i remember so many times listening to songs on the radio and my mom would quickly changed the radio station. You can listen to that. And i'm like why not like. I really didn't understand what made these songs so inappropriate and now you know as you get older. You look back on the lyrics in. You're like ooh. That song was dirty. So i wanna know what songs when we were all kids. Did you guys rock out to only later to find out lillian appropriate. I know alex probably has some good ones too. I can tell you guys got down to slow jams back in Yeah absolutely actually. That's the total opposite. Because i was very wholesome very good church boy that i didn't hear anything inappropriate. My parents were like jesus is all listening time. Actually when i was eight years got a keyboard. And i started to making jesus music for god horrible. I want you to think on this. And it's you have to like no right now. But i wanna know like the first time you heard a secular song and you're like why is this the world has to offer. It's it's kind of hard to think right what that comes to. My head is kind of like gestures. And so like. I was sneaking. Wwe and watching dx and they were like do the the thing with their arms crossed the mike pump over there like elvis and our do that all the time again. I'm all about. And i must say this is forgotten. Data meant something very inappropriate. Maybe i should. I haven't done that until actually just a few minutes ago. Your kids. nacho lebron like in the convent watching wrestling learning all the move also mind was the spice girls. Had this song called naked and in all of their performances. They all sat on chairs. That were facing backwards. And they were naked or at least simulated nudity. I'm sure they had panties and stuff on and me and my friends were obsessed with the spice girls. In so sleepover. We all got naked and decided we were all going to reenact like the spice girls doing all their performances and we got all the kitchen share all do in our moves and stuff and one of the moms came downstairs. They often do during sleep overs. And was like whoa. What on earth is going down new children on all the kitchen chairs just singing spice girl. Beautiful kids are just living their lives right. We were just like oh my god. Let's all get nick right shaped me into the woman. I am today to me love. what about you nicole. I'm a country music listener amd back then. They weren't really about thirty. I guess but i have a couple so the first one that i thought it was candy shop fifty cent. Yeah not really about a can. What the heck they're not going and taking out suckers in store and then the second one is a country song and you could just tell by the title. now that i'm twenty three years old in understand these things it's called. Save a horse ride a cowboy. I love that song actually listened to that today in the car on the way home from work and i was just like that super ironic that you brought up that question. It sounds kind of sexy. Yes me pretty sexy. I worked at a bar in college and we all had to dance on the bar top in schoolgirl outfits shoutout library bar and grill and that was one of our dances that we all just save horse right account it. Oh i mean we had a. Yeah yeah yeah. that was. That was a pretty popular one with the crowd. That's funny it's gone like when i think about songs. So i'm similar grew up real Not not sheltered by any means by just real clean cut. So if i listen to something like i remember when the bad touch by bloodhound gang came out right like yet But we ain't nothing but mammals right. And i remember hearing that and knowing immediately like i don't know what they're talking about but it's bad and turning it off. This is science education mammals one that my mom turned the radio off immediately. But the one that. I like jammed out to regularly. That like i didn't realize was maybe not great until later was genie in a bottle by christina aguilera. The whole you can run the right way. I mean i was. I remember being twelve and people being like. Oh my gosh. He totally looked like christina. Aguilera like skinny blond whatever. And they're like you totally look like. Yeah doing the dance rug. That's not appropriate. But i had no idea coming in from the valley of the sun. It's the pop. Culture junkie podcast. Welcome to a new outstanding episode of pop. Culture junkie podcast. I am shawna. And i am joined by alex. Haley and nicole. What have y'all been watching this week. What is what's going down. Let's let's talk about that invincible. Finale i you guys got so. How many of us have watched invincible. So just being not yet. Yes spill the tea. I wanna watch it really bad. It's on my list okay. Here's what i gotta say about immense. For and i know he kinda mentioned this before but like i am not big in animation like outside of the simpsons. I will not watch stuff. That is animated unless my kids are forcing me to do it so when everyone was talking about invincible i was like oh come on. You guys like this is another thing that i'm going to be left out of so straight up watched it out of obligation like i just knew it was gonna be in pod call for anyway i got. I gotta say it honestly interested like who did it. Who made you like finally decide. I'd it was like husband being our society twitter. I mean like everyone was high and the thing is is like you guys know. I'm like one of the like walking. Dead diehards the holdouts. That are still watching it. And so robert kirkman not only made it but then had the entire walking dead. Cast be the voices in it. So i didn't realize more people than steven yeun were from walking dead in there and i love him. Yeah and i didn't even know until just recently. Yeah so the guardians or whatever that whole superhero team that spoiler gets wiped out in the first episode. They're all voiced by walking dead actors. So.

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"k. deep" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

Correctly Mistaken

03:21 min | 8 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

"Defense defending the indefensible. To the point where our prosecution cannot put the proper charge on a police officer. Knowing that it won't go anywhere have a settle for manslaughter. Where you up to seven years in prison. I believe seven to ten years or yeah you go to president but anybody else that does that. Same thing that's not a cop not going to prison for seven to ten years. They're going to prison most likely for the rest of the natural life in too deep and vegas even though being into deep. I'm not matter what the prosecution did it. The pulling that charge of manslaughter. They had a figure in their mind. What's the best possible way we can get a conviction. How can we get some accountability. How can we get some accountability. What is obviously a system that doesn't want police to have accountability go to chicago and toledo that officer. He was running away. I believe he did have a gun but he put the gun down and they told him to show his hands. He showed his hands and he shot him dead. It had the nerve to say after he shot him. Stay with me was shot to the czech male. Stay with me. Thirteen years old. Why so fearful in that situation when the kid is running from you. And you're the one that's afraid a kennedy's running from you but you're the one that so frayed you tell the show his hands. He shows him at one. Shot to the chest takes his life thirteen years old. Gone and in fact matter. There's no charges just know anything administrative leave with pay about it. If i was to do the very same thing. It's not getting looked upon like that but it doesn't get law enforcement the same people that post to uphold the law but we're ready for one another and all keep keeping a bond is he would the situation if you got cops that feel that way..

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"k. deep" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

Correctly Mistaken

03:33 min | 8 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

"Is so deeply embedded in terms of the way that will look at people of color tip police. You have to almost blow this thing up in terms of reform. Incomplete reform downtown psychological testing literally. Taking people who already police bringing them in and weeding out the bad almost to the point where you have to bring them all in. And they don't pass a certain aptitude in terms of moral moral code in terms of equality like they can't be working with these type of prejudices but it's so deep. Can you have so many people who are in the police force that believe in a lot of things that make him in a matter of apprehension when they come get somebody of color especially somebody a black man. How they feel a different sets of apprehension. 'cause like i said would you go back into the lineage. Police they were the first slave catchers was their job any means necessary to make sure they rattled up as maybe slaves as possible. You can only imagine how that was done many many times and how they got away with it and how. They always got away with it over the years as they involved as police involved generations. You to remember when you have somebody that thinks certain way that's has certain prejudices that have certain type of racist tensions that gift another color of people that's usually shared or passed down to another generation. Where now you have. A fifth or fourth generation combat. Thanks black folk. Always got something going on and they pulled always because they have award or something or they know somebody. That's doing something. Or maybe they have a weapon of mass destruction in their car. Somewhere or that eight balls underneath see. They got something for the reason why they're no good in c. Is so deep here in fairfax county a officer. That put a man in jail. Who was a fireman. Put him in jail. Couple of years ago may have been in jail. He had a plea guilty. He went to jail for three years now. He's getting out because it's been found out that police officers we he did was racially motivated. And not only then over four hundred cases. And he's naming a cop Fairfax county anymore. But four hundred cases how proudly have to be overturned because that cop was racially motivated when he did what he did four hundred times. Think about that. And that's a fraction of what goes on countrywide. It's a fraction.

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"k. deep" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

Correctly Mistaken

03:05 min | 8 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

"I've always said. I don't understand the point of the train fearing the untrained. But then you say well it's more of just theon trainers the fear of the color. Her i heard somebody say best. If my skin color is a weapon then every time you see me. I will always be armed. Doesn't matter once again. We have a situation kill. Anybody says yes. He tried to take off yes. Was it dumb. Yeah he was twenty. He was scared shaking up the car. It will go to cuff him. He didn't want to go to jail so he tried something. But something that did not see that was. That's my biggest question. Even what he did in the tape alone. How does that mean to use deadly force. I mean they knew his name. They were saying his name. What was he gonna go even if he got in his car and drove off. Where was he going to go. Was he going to mexico. was he. see the situation to me is how come when he gets out of the car. You see him. Not armed yes. He decides to break fringe how to get in his car. And there's a scuffle that ensues and most police officers understand. He doesn't have a weapon. We just need to subdue him. He made a dumb decision. Which i to take off off. He needs his beat subdued not deadly force. Somebody wants to save because she thought it was her taser. See the situation is what is in too deep into deacons at the infiltration of prejudice. Racism is so deep in so prevalent in police culture. It's so so deep. If you go back to the first ever police officers they were slave catchers. They're the ones that post around up to slaves. Those were the early day police. What we're dealing with.

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"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

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"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"The left strategies to attack attack attack and not stop attacking. They don't go to work for us they are. I've seen it the last few months. I've seen more attacks on us than ever before they continue to try to take our material and go out there and attack us on texas and their job is to continue to do this until they can somehow get us off to you. That's what their goal is by the way the talking about the violence new york city daylight shootings from may to july daylight. Not not in the dark or daylight shootings made it more than doubled in twenty twenty yet. You've got the blasios that's telling. The new york pd to pay people home visits for hurtful comments. That's right they get a lot of people that's shots. They'll look at what just happened though they just the the capitol police just kicked in a predawn raid of a very well decorated veteran because he was in the capital on january six. He was witnessed on camera cleaning up the garbage. He what he went there. He said as a lot of people went there just as simply protest. He said he he you know he went there to make sure that you know the people weren't attacked by anti. I like that. Of course like a lot of people get caught up on everything and you end up in the building. He gets into the capitol building which by the way in the depending on where you were man right so you had no idea that it is a public building by the letter. So it's not like they broke into the supreme court. They broke into the white house. Congress is typically open. it's an open building right and so you know he's so they kick his door in. There was eight months pregnant wife She had a miscarriage lost a child. They're they're pointing the laser weapons right. They've got the laser sights lasers are are painting. The wife painting the four year old daughter. How dare you in law enforcement. I don't care who you are if you're going raise somebody's house. How dare you point a gun at a four year child. What in the hell has to be the matter with your brain. I don't care if you're swat. I don't care if you're reserves. I don't care if you're military. I don't care if you're the most decorated law enforcement officer ever shame on you. Shame on you for key to raid. You got the four year. Old is not a threat. Don't point your gun at a four year old child and a pregnant wife that wife lost. Her child is what they want. The here's what the message is. Ron is don't you dare on the right. Don't you dare protest to get. Don't you dare protest again or we're going to squash you like a buck. And that's what they're doing and it's sickening and that's why we're going to continue to support you know these lawsuits to take away these powers by the way hogan a- will you mentioned the kids earlier in the show. That's sad tragic story. Nevada with thirty some odd kids have coming committing suicide of how many of them have. We read although cost. The country's we're to be over filed another lawsuit yesterday grant allen parents as a press release issued yesterday march twenty second grand island. Parents filed a lawsuit against grant alan central school district superintendent of of new york Department of health and others seeking full-time in person schooling. And there's just a quote for the press release and they're absolutely right about this. I think the damage that has been and is being done amongst our youth far outweighs any disease risk mitigation for them. These kids want to be in school. And now is the vaccine widely available to.

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"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Don't let anybody ever tell you that you can accomplish something. And i tell my kids the same thing because i hear it from their friends. Oh so and so says. I can't do this. But i did it anyways on. Prouty us on right. You did it. And i know you can do anything right. These kids are now told from from grade school up and a lot of us from their teachers a lot of from their. It's not your fault. Little billie somebody else. It's it's the it's too big corporate world that doesn't want to pay you twenty five dollars an hour with no experience little billy. It's not your fault that you didn't graduate and get a degree or maybe you're still in school. Getting your fourth masters degree little billie and you all one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in student. Debt that you'll never be able to pay back that somebody else's fault little billy wright what i tell my kids is your decisions your choices your consequences. Your future right. That's the message that we should be telling these kids right. But that's not what these kids get. These kids get oh. Don't worry and so what happens. Bills feet right. Little billie grows up and now little this. That one person's on twitter i'm guaranteed. They work at starbucks. There probably thirty years old working at starbucks. Congratulations part time right. Part time working twenty. They can't pay their bills. Well maybe maybe they don't work at all right. What's the point is is is why well i can't get ahead because it's somebody else's fault. I can't get ahead. Because of the way that i look. I can't get hired because of my because of my sex now. Maybe it's face hat that maybe maybe it's the nose ring. I don't know or may maybe maybe some purple hair maybe shitty attitude could be right. Maybe you're spending your say day saying maybe instead of getting off you're asking it speaking of propaganda by the way dr fauci children's book is on the way. Oh goody get ready earth that one. Well get ready for why. It's global warming fault. That's right that were pandemic and so going back. Yes exactly right. Mike and so going back the reason that we even trump was unable to really hammer the wuhan lab and go after is because the united states is involved. We are involved. We as well are messing around with these viruses. In fact i've said this multiple times. Go back and read the book hot zone. It's about a level four containment lab right in alexandria. Virginia right outside of dc. Where they've got ebola. They had they had a lab. They had the bola hop the lab. Or skip the lab. Or whatever you wanna call it got out of the lab basically and it got in the monkey habitat that they were doing testing on. It killed everybody. All the monkeys in there. They had to go in with military with little a has master's around the surrounded euthanize. Everything top secret. He didn't find out until a decade later. When the book came out to freedom of information requests were messing with these highly. Deadly bowl is a fifty percent. Death rate fifty not point zero one fifty like that's a scary and we're messing with it right in. Dc like nevada desert where there's nobody else around how about that are worried. Government officials. Exactly foce actually i. I'll give obama credit on this. What he actually wanted to stop funding this lab..

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"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"k. deep" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"It's like no no no that's not and then to top it off the hypocrisy of the left where we all caught them without. Yes that's it that's it so let me stop you there for a second so let me ask you the question. I lost mike. What happened there by light dropped so so do they. Do they not believe that. The mass work or do they just did do that. Not worried about the virus. I i love to ask that question like which is it like mark bowen cars. Which is oh i just forgot so let me get this straight so all of you are not. You're out there telling everybody to be super concerned right. Really were to kill everybody l. Everybody on you on you. It's protecting others right. It's not for you and that's the whole idea about liberalism is telling everybody else what they need to do. And how they need to live but the amazing thing is it's like are you not concerned did you. Are you not worried. Mark are you immune to it somehow because again like i don't understand it doesn't mean we're so deadly you forgot. I thought i really thought it was going to kill me or my kids right better. Believe i'm not forgetting about it. Never ever ever shields on the league. That's right exactly right. I mean look to be honest with you in the very beginning right back in march when they came out and initially said. This has a three to seven percent death rate. I'm like oh okay. Well i a one in five to one hundred fifteen to one in twenty chance of dying. I'll stay home for a week right. So you know but then as the data starts to come out and you start to realize that okay wait a minute. This is looking more like you know you'd at least for people under sixty five really in line with the with the flu death the same risk as the flu even people over sixty five. The numbers folks. I don't think so. I i stopped there. I think people over sixty five over seventy the death rate is three times out of the fluids about this about one two versus everything else. Now i disagreed having setback our office. True heart we lost nobody of influenza last year right. How could that possibly. How could every year in our office now influenza. That's ninety seven. Percents that possibly when you look at history well let me. I never been. There has never been a time in history where influenza deaths of out by ninety. There has actually. I actually has an bears that during the swine flu during a swine flu. And what's happened. Is these corona viruses seemed to replace the flu. The influenza flew flew was a different strain every year. And that's been my point from the different virus coronavirus so so every year we have a different type of virus in the and i've done a lot of research on this so in.

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"k. deep" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"k. deep" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"Wrote Donald Trump a letter. This. Guests getting quite a letters these days. Yeah well, maybe not all as. Sort of fawning. As this one. This. Those. This was written by. Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano. Catholic archbishop. The best kind of Archbishop Oscar me. WHO <HES>? He has some ideas that he wanted to share with Donald trump a thousand God the coronavirus pandemic about black lives matter Oh. and sort of their connect these two things these two. Things are happening in our in our world in our in our in our country <hes>, and and how they relate to the deep state. Oh the deep state heap stay very very real thing. Apparently a certain segment of our society actually talk about yeah, and apparently <hes> the coronavirus pandemic and. The protests that have come about due to. The murder of George Floyd. Are All part of a deep state plot to hurt the president's reelection. I have the list from an archbishop from an archbishop. Apparently, maybe I mean. He still holds the title Archbishop. He's retired. <hes> he's one of these Catholic figures who stands in sort of <hes>. Contrast to Pope Francis. Who you know like Pope Francis. Actually come out and said things about the black live matte. Black lives matter protests in support of sort of this movement of anti racism that really gaining a lot of both attention and steam and support. and. And so pope. Francis is on that side. Apparently, there is like this conservative Nutjob side of the Catholic Church which of course makes? You, just say the words, and it makes total sense yeah. I wasn't aware that that wasn't the only side. Right. Yeah, I, guess Pope. Francis is actually more of the surprising side. But nonetheless. The letter is. Insanity I actually have a copy at? Marked some some parts that I really like <hes> or at least. I don't really like what he's saying. Right yes, he's lights highlights. He says there are those who serve themselves. Said there are two sides right <hes>. Let let me back up in the letter. Just love it. He's he's sort of setting up this like this dynamic of there being two sides, there's the. The the the offspring of the woman, and the offspring of the serpent right. On the one hand, though there are those who, although they have a thousand defects and weaknesses are motivated by a desire to do good to be honest to raise a family to engage in work to give prosperity to their homeland help the needy <hes>, and on the other hand there are those who serve themselves who do not hold any anymore principles who wants to demolish the nation exploited workers make themselves unduly wealthy foam, internal divisions, boys, and accumulate power and money. Guess what side he puts out from. He's not putting him in the most obvious side which is. People who don't have any moral principles and exploited writers and foment internal divisions in wars and accumulate power and money. He's not putting that side. Has? acidy to say. To. Mr President. You may not be aware of this, but here there's this group of people you wouldn't even know that they exist because you're so saintly, but there's this group of people who unlike you. Are Super Interested in their own personal gain and ripping other people off so that they become for their own aggrandizement mazing right now he says in society Mr President these two opposing realities coexist as eternal enemies, and it appears that the children of darkness who we may easily identify with the deep state, which you wisely oppose, and which is fiercely waging war against you in these days have decided to show their cards by revealing their plans right. So apparently. Apparently, these plans are. The to take this cove emergency, right? which is you know he says. He we will also discover that these that the riots in these days were provoked by those who seeing the virus is inevitably fading. And that the social arm of the pandemic is waning, necessarily have had to provoke civil disturbances. It is quite wire that the use of street protests is instrumental to the purposes of those who would like to see someone elected in the upcoming presidential elections who embodies the goals of the deep state? It will not be surprising if in a few months we learn once again the hidden behind these acts of vandalism and violence. There are those who hoped to profit from the dissolution of the social order, so as to build a wall, a world without freedom. Wow! That's a hell of a thing. How do you look at these current events? and. Come up with this I. Don't Know Monsignor Q. and non is <hes> is definitely. Smoking his own his own pipe there again. I it gets better Dan there's more there's more he says. Just as there is a deep state, there is also a deep church that betrays dude I love it. which so? Full Dan Brown now. And keep going and for swears it's proper commitments before God. Thus the invisible enemy, whom good rulers fight against public affairs is also fought against by good shepherds in the cleese. Fear.

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