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Biden's Latest Nominee Saule Omarova Removed Karl Marx Thesis off Resume
"Just to show you How unbelievable this administration is What a fraud Joe Biden is and was to get elected president of the United States From our Friends at post millennial Biden nominee removes thesis on Karl Marx from her resume Removes her thesis from Karl Marx on her resume I talked about this woman before She's a Marxist She's a flat out Marxist On Tuesday Biden's nominee to head the office of the control of the currency Sally amar ova removed her thesis on Karl Marx from her resume According to the Washington free Beacon Amaro listed a paper titled Karl Marx's economic analysis in the theory of revolution in the capital on her resume as recently as 2017 Senator pat toomey the ranking member of the Senate banking housing and urban affairs committee demanded she hand over a copy of that thesis in a letter written on Tuesday He said the committee needs to fully assess the fitness of individuals to serve in Senate confirmed executive and independent agency positions She reportedly wrote that thesis while attending Moscow state university at pointed her out two weeks ago on a VI Lenin personal academic scholarship on a Lenin personal academic scholarship But the curriculum vide the CV viewed by the Senate committee on banking housing and urban affairs did not list that paper To me demanded that she hand over the original Russia language thesis in an English version if it exists to the committee of October 13 Remember the Democrats run the committee
The Battle for 2024 and the Future of the GOP
"Now. I want to talk about in trump shadow because the column today is about books. I reading books. I don't read having to trump. Could my professional obligation requires me to read. George world book andrew sullivan book. Jesse mccarthy's book. I got lots of books to read. I'm always reading. So i can't this flood of trump books. And i mentioned to that. I will be reading one by jonathan karl from abc and david drucker and trump shot. Because both you and karl actually have sources in trump world. What is in trump's shadow going to be about david. It's going to be the future. So what i tried to do with. This book is examined trump's impact on the party with an eye toward what that means for what comes next. And through the prism of what the twenty twenty four america look like and so to the extent that there is reporting in the book. And there's there's a decent amount of it that comes from the time of trump's presidency but even before that it's really about how a lot of the republicans that want to run for president twenty twenty four. We're preparing to run for president long before trump left office and at the same time taking a look at how trump's rise as a republican figure and then president impacted in changed a lot of the party so that we can try and get a handle on what this next generation of. The party is going to look
"karl" Discussed on The Topic of Choice Podcast
"And we open cross eighty five ninety together which is still around. So that's a pretty long winded. But that's how my crossing career started. And then now. I jokingly say that i've either owned or been kicked out of every cross jim in central kentucky so i don't know if that's funny but it's actually the truth so so a lot like matthew and i in eric you and i have had this conversation. We're we're all entrepreneurial entrepreneurs yeah and we we've all open. Businesses mathews has had his company open for over twenty years so he has a lot more longevity than both of us as as as as business owners but but conductor cross conduct. I think did it open right as cove. It was coming out or when when was that inception of crossword conductor. I signed the lease and the end of february of two thousand twenty. So maybe sure talking we were but it was what it what you know what i mean so yeah talk talk about that. Somehow how did the pandemic effect. All that i mean. That's gotta be scary. You happening right as you're opening up a new enterprise a new business. Well that's all depending upon people coming in person and then the beginning. It didn't seem like that. Big of a deal because remember in the beginning it was two weeks flat the curve. Big deal that was fine and as it went on but the good thing is though there was a lot of build out to do in the space that i was in and i did it all so it took me. It took me a solid like three and a half four months to get it all done so there is a lot of time so we were. I can't say we're coming out of it. Because i feel like we're still need but it wasn't. Things were open but they weren't open and there was we. We were small enough that we kind of flew under the radar but our business model is way smaller than most crosses anyway. So like it. It wasn't it wasn't gonna be this crazy like thirty people in this small room at any one time and in the beginning i didn't have any so it was me and like one or two other people. You know what i mean. That would come and work out so it was like that was a while was one of them. Kelly your wife. Yeah yeah no. I'm not. I am but i'm not so it actually wasn't it wasn't really that big of a deal we're going to. I knew i was going to take a while to get it going anyway. So timing actually worked out well as we rolled it things started to open back up so it wasn't it wasn't as scary. That sounds like starting in the beginning of twenty twenty. You know it's funny. When i hear your story up to this point i can resonate to a certain extent with the passion for it because if you had told me that your entire background was meteorology and you're like you know what i think i'm just going to go ahead and get into fitness. It would be one thing but but it's always been bettering from a standpoint of coaching teaching athletics bettering people's in an health. All around said to me. Joey we want you to go into sales. I'd go in from my desk. And i would turn on my computer to start doing sales and i'd want to know how i can reconfigure the computer that i all i wanna do is something that that you know what you're passionate about obviously tell you're very passionate about it and that shows i think in your in your daily coaching a of your classes. I've i've been a member at several cross chips throughout throughout probably the past. You know one and a half decades and this far. I love it. I think it's just a phenomenal model. I think what you've got is a a great ability to not only connect with the individuals but take away the anxiety and the worry of the word cross fit and that for just a second because it. It has a stigma earn. Let's let's call it out well and it's a stigma but it's real though like there's sure there's as many process base crawford is not a franchise is so they're not all run the same and it's an affiliate model and all you're basically doing is you're licensing the right to use the word cross it so if i if i wanted to pay the cross with affiliate the and hold farc blowing contrast there's no so with that being said you're gonna find good bad up something interesting. Oh yeah the blowing contract you bring something interesting because that'd be across. Join me on that one. Yeah yeah it's pretty hot. You'd be surprised. No it's good. It's good no so but yeah but you're right though but so unfortunately well back in the day there weren't that many cross it's around so people they could be. They could be bad. they could be dirty. They could be grungy but now that there's more choice but unfortunately still people and get it. People still pick the cross jim that they go to just basically usually it's by proximity to their house and then people join one and they think that that's what every cross-fitters like and even if it's the worst one in the world they're like oh my mind is the best i love it. It's so good. Well why do you love. That's the best. What makes it the best people say. Yeah you remember. The time i came in. And i was having a conversation with you and i had gone to toronto canada for work conference. This was over. This is before way before. Koga maybe two years ago. Now i don't know anyway. And i i did drop in. I was like there's a cross like across the street from the hotel. I was staying at and i wanted to go to a drop in matthew. Drop in as you just pay twenty bucks and you can jump.
The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic
"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.
Carli Lloyd Will Retire From U.S. Women’s Soccer Team
"Carli lloyd no other way to say it. One of the greatest soccer players in american history announced her retirement yesterday. Now she is going to finish out the nwf sell season. And i believe she has four more friendlies scheduled in the fall for the us women but then that will be that just going through a bit of her resume. I mean it reads like a hall of fame plaque as you would expect hundred hundred twenty eight career international goals most women's national team history for the us She holds the team record for most olympic goals with ten third in team history for women's world cup goals also with ten Karl lloyd todd with me a ham for the most. Us women's national team hat tricks with eight of those metrics by the way occurred within sixteen minutes the first six minutes of the two thousand fifteen world cup final against japan It's as good of a sixteen minute stretches. I think any. Us soccer player has ever
German Philosopher Herbert Marcuse Was the Architect of the New Left
"The author of the new left. Who's behind all of this so really important question now. There isn't a single person. go to karl marx. You can go to hey goal and the haley dialectic and the long march institutions and a german historisches view of our experience in our existence but there is one person that every conservative should become familiar with now. I want to give a hat tip to the great newt. Gingrich newt gingrich did something back in two thousand twelve where he insistently introduced the author and the activist saul alinsky into the mainstream of the conservative movement. When i go to republican lincoln. Reagan dinners when. I go to tea party. Meetings truly don't exist anymore. When i go to any sort of function and i say saul alinsky. I'd say seventy or eighty percent of the room knows who i'm talking about now. Actually i've been going across the country. Speaking at churches you'd be amazed at how few churches know who saul. Alinsky is a man who wrote rules for radicals thirteen. We've covered them extensively on the show and the dedication. That book was to lucifer. Who he said was the first ever rebel trying to tell me. We're not spiritual war. Oh charlie it's just a bunch of matter versus matter notes not to spiritual work. They admit it's a spiritual war now. The man who is the architect of a lot of chaos. You're living through the man who is largely responsible for a lot of the academic backing of is a man by the name of herbert markova using the frankfurt school. He was a communist. That was kicked out of the frankfurt. School in germany found a safe space and the united states of america taught at harvard. Columbia brandeis and eventually settled the university of san diego. He was the architect of what is now known as the new left.
Critics Round on Joe Biden as US Pulls out of Afghanistan
"And freshly fallen Afghanistan deteriorates this morning. Catastrophic situation overnight. So many terrified Afghans right on the tarmac at Kabul airport, desperate to get on flights leaving the country reports that the U. S military had to resort to firing rounds in the air to stop military planes from being overrun at CNBC's Julia McFarlane. We were watching in here on our monitors in the studio, the scenes from Kabul with people literally running next to these airplanes, it looks Like a bad movie. It's just You can't believe what you're seeing their terrifying scenes that the photos almost like fake. The videos look fake, and you have to wonder what's going through these people's heads right? Because there's There is huge risk in climbing on the outside of an airplane. But if you're willing to do that, think about the risk you're trying to avoid. Well put correspondent Ian Panel has been covering the war. The entire 20 year span of the conflict he was in the capital is the Taliban took over at the moment, the streets are empty, their quiet, but there is a mood of dread and fear about what the new dawn Is going to bring for the country and particularly for the women and Children. You know if the Biden administration NATO that combined intelligence communities the Afghan army, the Afghan government were totally unprepared for the rapid pace of events of the last two weeks. Well, the Taliban. Certainly one, not. ABC Chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl addresses some of those points complete and total collapse. Within days of the Afghan security forces did come as a surprise The speed of that collapsed but not the fact of the collapse. In fact, in April, just a week before President Biden announced his withdrawal plan The DNA. M president Biden's top intelligence advisers warned that the Afghan government was unlikely to be able to hold back the Taliban, which, um brings up the question why we're thinking people out sooner. Yeah,
The History of the Electric Car
"It or not. The electric automobile is almost two hundred years old in eighteen. Twenty eight hungarian priest by the name of unused djedovic created a simple electric motor and may have created a device that converted it into motion in eighteen. Thirty two scottish inventor robert anderson created a very simple vehicle which is basically a carriage a non rechargeable electric battery into crude electric motor. It didn't go very far and it didn't go very fast. But it was a self-propelled electric vehicle. Electric vehicles were mostly novelties. And weren't something that could find practical use. There was no centralized electrical generation at the time. And there were. No wires transmitting electricity. And moreover every time you use the car you had to get a brand new battery. It isn't believed that any of these very early vehicles actually ever carried a passenger. Many people in the mid nineteenth century created electric devices which moved including prototype electric trains however the fundamental problem that electric vehicles run into for poor batteries and very inefficient motors. The first big development came in eighteen fifty nine by french physicist guest on plenty who invented the acid lead battery. This was a breakthrough in that. The battery can be recharged over and over. Even though there had been improvements over the years this is still basically the same type of battery found in most cars today in eighteen. Eighty one french inventor gustav trevi created the first thing that we would probably recognize as an automobile. It was an electrically driven vehicle. That could carry a pasture down a public street trevi. Interestingly enough also applied electric motor to a boat thus creating the world's first outboard motor in eighteen eighty two englishman. Thomas parker produced a commercial electric vehicle. It wasn't until eighteen. Five that german engineer karl benz invented the first internal combustion engine automobile and the name benz should ring a bell to anyone who's remotely familiar with cars.
Professor Paul Kengor's Reaction After Reading 'American Marxism'
"To say Okay, Okay. You brought this professor on to sell your book? My question is this and you know, I didn't My question is this And I asked people those who read my books. You finished the book. And what did you think Front of mine? He's on this something about this American Marxism or Well, you know, it's just another book on Mark. So what was it front of mine? I'm just curious. I hadn't asked your friend. I didn't ask you this now I want to know. Just tell the truth. Yeah, well, I'd say that that you know, just while you have classical Marxism and would be based on Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and then you have Marxism today. And these guys are all again in the 21st century like they were in the 20th likely were in the 19th. I mean, these guys are truly radical revolutionaries. They they are trying to take their trying to redefine human nature. Human society the way that people look at one another and they, by the way, they breed contempt like you say, and they pit people against one another. They're trying to hammer all of us into an entirely new paradigm of human behavior. In other words, they are truly radical revolutionaries. They're trying to change the very idea of what America is. And what made America great. Do you?
Professor Paul Kengor Explains How Karl Marx Divided Groups to Discriminate
"You read Marx. And you said, Well, wait a second. Carl. You are obsessed with money. It's all you think about all you think about I mean, it is called material historicism for a reason. Anyway, go right here. Yeah, That's right. I mean, I think that the Alpha and the Omega is class class class right economics, economics. Economics. Individuals are not individuals. They are put into groups. And deeply you're like you say life is more complicated than that, right? I mean individuals come from different religious backgrounds, ancestral ethnic backgrounds. I mean, you know they they're complex and complicated, unique and spiritual. And what happens, stay with the modern Marxist in America. And I think this is what where your book is really crucial. Is in the 21st century. You have this whole new brand or breed or strain or strains of Marxist that are that are putting everybody in groups again. And this time it's by gender. It's by race I've read cover to cover the memoirs of Patrice Cullors, the founder of Black Lives matter, too, By the way, if Shilly Newmark what Mark said about blacks, she would not call herself a Marxist. I can tell you that much. But in her book, she does the same thing. Everybody is in a category and I if she met me, she'd probably say Oh, White guy, right? Wouldn't ask, like, Go. Where are you from? What did you do where you come from? Where your parents like, Where do your kids like? What's your favorite sport? What's your favorite music? You know, everybody is just hammered into a category. And it's an extension of the identity, racial politics. And yet you have Marxist grabbing racial and identity politics and running it through this Marxist framework or lens. So like you say, Yeah, yeah, of course individuals and larger society. They are affected by some of these things, you know, but not to the exclusion of and not solely through the lens of write a bunch of other human influences.
Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions
"Gordon. You mentioned mile in your discussion of china today and the fact that xi jinping is creating a semi authoritarian regime. He's not mao. Help us to understand who now is and why for some i mean we talked about communism. My parents suffered under communism stalin. Lenin these are the figures we think of but the chinese regime is the deadliest of all we are talking about. Maybe fifty sixty million people killed in. The name of karl marx is a utopia told to us about the significance of mile in the building of the communist state and the significance of now still today. Yeah now is one of the early members of the chinese communist party which was generally formed around. Nineteen twenty one. The official birthday is july. First one thousand nine hundred ninety one mile was a enormous vigor dominated china and indeed dominated asia for quite some time When mouth was successful in forming the people's republic of china which was declared on october first nineteen forty nine mao became the most powerful china's theater and eventually he pushed out others And during mouse era the death toll was staggering far beyond any other leader. People say for instance in the great leap forward Which was the campaign. Nine hundred and fifty nine thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred sixty one time of the great salmon as it's called there somewhere between thirty and seventy million people died now. In addition to that you have five million people in the cultural revolution. You've got several million here and there But maoz death total could very well be somewhere in the seventy seventy five million range other people put it less. But the point is that this was one man directly responsible for policies that resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of people
Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society
"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of
Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'
"Professor. Congress is precisely only a fool a Marxist forward, try to refashion the centerpiece of all man's humanity, the alpha and the omega around something like class for Karl Marx or race for the modern CRT advocates. What could be more demeaning. What could be so contrary to Judeo Christian values? That's what Marxism does, from its classical form to its modern American forms were less Children of God than products of class, race and gender. Here live in quotes the very worst of them. Richard Delgado jeans Stefan Sick and D a N D. Angelo for whom races everywhere and everything as his racism. As the antidote to this dehumanizing world. You live in quotes Dr Wyatt T. Walker, who was very close to representative Excuse me to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. And in his essay in 2015 when he wrote was Steve Kalinsky. Steve Kalinsky. Walker stated. Today. Too many remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society has institutional group power structures. Rather than on spiritual or 1 to 1 human level are taking us in the wrong direction. Separating even schoolchildren into explicit racial groups. And emphasizing differences instead of similarities. Unlike Dr King's vision of judging people by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Walkers. Views of civil rights were rightly based on religious values, humanism, not Marxism and critical race theory. The roots of critical race theory are planted in entirely different intellectual soil. Walker out Begins with blocks with each person assigned to an identity or economic bloc, as in Marxism. Yes, says percent Professor as in Marxism. That is an Americanism. That's what Mark Levin understands so well, especially given previous works of his such as rediscovering Americanism. American marks and is quintessentially UN American. People in America professing this noxious junk, maybe Americans in terms of citizenship. With all the rights and liberties and protections afforded thereof. But they are not Americans the way the founders of this country envisioned. America is less a place that an idea, said Ronald Reagan. It is indeed The ideas of America as it was formed by the direct antithesis of the ideas. A car marks. And his perverse heirs who today pushed their insidious new forms of American Marxism. Especially at our awful universities. And what Mark Levin shows above all is how un American American Marxism really
We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More
"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.
Joe Biden Idolozies Saul D. Alinsky; Journalists Idolize Karl Marx
"In his book rules for radicals saw, Lynskey, well known Marxist community organizer wrote. A reformation means that masses of our people have reached the point of disillusionment with past ways and values. They don't know what will work, but they do know that the prevailing system is self defeating, frustrating and hopeless. They don't act for change, but won't strongly oppose those who do. The time is then right for revolution. He said. Remember once you organize people around something is commonly agreed upon his pollution. And an organized people are on the move. From there. It's a short and natural step. The political pollution Ted Pentagon pollution The revolution. The media have played a huge role in disparaging the public and undermining American institutions, traditions. Violence Keys measure The Revolution is now upon us. Among other things, his tactics must now be deployed, and they include picking the target, freezing and personalizing and polarizing. But Alinsky went on. He said. In conflict tactics, there are certain rules that the organizers should always regard as universality is One is the opposition must be singled out as the target and frozen. He said. Obviously, there's no point to tactics unless one is a target upon which to center. The attacks. This focus comes a polarization. We have indicated before. All issues must be polarized. If action is to follow. More Joe Biden and what's going on today and yesterday, polarizing. Jim Crow. They don't want black people to vote. You're killing people. You see, Joe Biden is an Alinsky to You see, our journalists are following in the tradition of marks.
Massive Flight Delays, Cancellations Prompt Finger-Pointing
"Are racking up an unprecedented number of delays and flight cancellations just months after Congress gave the industry $54 billion to survive the pandemic. From July 1 to July six. Jet blue, for example, delayed 51% of its flights. Southwest Airlines delayed 39% an American Airlines 34% of its flights. What's going on here is Karl Evers Hellstrom. Business and lobbying reporter at the Hill. Carl give US background. So a lot of the biggest airlines have seen sort of a massive increase in delays and cancellations as people actually returned to summer travel. So we saw that around the fourth of July the weekend that some of the top carriers were delaying anywhere from a third to 50% of their flights. Um And I think that has, you know, obviously ruined a lot of people's plans. Um, and also kind of annoyed a lot of the unions and other critics who pointed to, you know, Airlines having taken a lot of, uh, you know government funds to try to ensure that they have kind of a seamless transition back to flying very often. But
So What Is Critical Race Theory?
"What is critical race there? Since we spent a lot of time on this issue, and it's not the only one and we will continue to, but we need to spend a lot of time and all of them. What is it? Well, it's born of critical theory. A Marxist movement. Yuri Harris at Quality explains that critical theory draws heavily on Karl Marx's notion of ideology. Because the bourgeoisie control the means of production marks suggested they controlled the culture. So the laws believe some morality of society reflected the interests of the bourgeoisie. And importantly, people were unaware that this was the case. In other words, capitalism created a situation where the interests of a particular group of people those it controlled society were made to appear to be universal truths and values when in fact, they were not. So the founders of critical theory developed this notion by identifying the distorting effects power had on society's beliefs and values. They believe they could achieve a more accurate picture of the world and what people saw things as they really were, they would liberate themselves theory. Theory, they suggested, always serves the interests of certain people. Traditional theory. Because it's uncritical towards power automatically serves the powerful While critical theory. Because it unmasked these interests serves the powerless. Although theory is political, they said, and by choosing critical theory of a traditional theory, one chooses to challenge the status quo. In other words. The majority of the people in charge, the white dominant society. Spoon feeding this stuff. And we need to break from this. In
Progressives Tell Biden to Ignore China Abuses for Climate Fight
"This in The New York Post. Progressives tell Bind to ignore China abuses for climate fight This tells you more about who they are. A coalition of 48 progressive groups. That is a word. That we're going to have to learn. To use very sparingly. Because they steal the languages we talk about over and over again. Which is also discussed in this book, but has been discussed in this program for almost 20 years. They steal the language. They call themselves progressive. There's nothing progressive about them. And this started with the so called progressive movement. About 40 years or so after the death of Karl Marx. The progressive movement. Does that sound great? We're progressive. When they're tyrants and totalitarians. A coalition of 48 Progressive groups New York Post are calling on President Biden members of Congress. To look past China's gross human rights abuses, including genocide to ensure cooperation on climate action. In a letter to the White House and congressional lawmakers Wednesday, The groups demanded that the US abandoned its quote, dominant, antagonistic approach unquote to the Chinese Communist Party in order to work with the regime. Guess LeBron James is advising them. We, the undersigned organizations call on the Biden administration and all members of Congress to rescue the dominant, antagonistic approach the U. S China relations and instead prioritize multilateralism, the diplomacy and cooperation with China. To address the existential threat that is climate crisis, so the climate crisis Is the existential threat, not the massive military build up of the communist Chinese regime. Not the enslavement of 2.5
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
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"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"People got karma in reincarnation people comma you need to that. You didn't performing this lifetime you go third world and you have to come back to redo because you didn't wake up. Missions and countries have also got calmer. So how can the is that in my view and the spirituals view at before there's just always taught at the college studies in london how to communicate with medical things and countries have now and how can the us be the lead in the free world if it's cooled the biggest lie as i'm proposing and so this for will piece is really really critical now. So that's why. I introduced that topic widen place number i to worry. Miss stopped buying chinese and japanese products It's chinese products Because if you communist party member could be ice hist and that's fine. You wanna be isis. But he's twenty five percents. buddhists christians and muslims in order off. percentage and Chinese japanese product. Because of how they treat Shocks cutoff shocks fans and also bluefin tunas dolphins that it's ninety dolphins and whales dolphins and whales Offered a particular reason that i actually mentioning my four topics on the universe cards S navy like a human and these particular reasons for that. If i start discussing now that'd be ten minutes discussion so the japanese have to stop doing what they doing. They round up massive amount of dolphins and then kill them and it's a it's a travesty So that's what we're in vermont. Environmental one that also is a religious one as well because china because it's getting young for a negative is a positive china needs to start Moving because otherwise. We cannot have world peace The knicks one climate change. Practical steps are big into the climates. and i gave a lot of practical states. That i don't hear people talk about Which is fascinating and then go in another talk for ten minutes on atmosphere. There's nissan so twenty five percent of the greenhouse gases atmospheres missing and that's produced by the city fall animals per person and how we need to reduce that The knicks itin. How to protect your child from paedophilia Unfortunately that's happened to me in the uk That i woke.
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"You know it seems so in the magnetic spectrum. We see less than one percent. It's like point zero three percent or something so the risks the called the nine to ninety five percent talk matters not really dark but it's frequency that we just cannot see that is otherwise when see anything but we know this radio we cannot see it but we know it moves memory. It's possible memories moves and it's the same. I'll mind you sitting in the third mayor outside body some this. What are you saying. it's true. A brain is a relay station. That's all our brand knees. It's like mobile phone. I'll brain is like a mobile time. The found doesn't come from my well. Phone comes from somewhere else so absolutely fascinating talk so but i'm not gonna mention the lost six topic as well but just before saying that is on your show as you said it was opened people's eyes self-improvement and it's my call on listeners. He's sued the butterfly effect. Just leave that you can make change in whatever you wanna do and and if you start with a blank slate you've got massive advantage on health and utilised. I knew nothing related sitting to study it and that was my advantage having a black slate because if you start at the banks clay you can see things. Other people cannot especially she dyslexic being non dyslexic sequential. Also a gift in so then. The knicks Six topics in with He's things that are just discovered that could be potent for world peace. That's my driver. Because i believe that win. Major religions defined as religions that make into minutes. He stalked relaxing by understanding. Especially the new testament. That mistakes it's call business fixing old and new testament Then main religious. Relax and then we can start will face and the knicks. Six topics is part of that. So the number seven is why. The moon never took place so photos of why couldn't decide. Now there's another fifteen reasons. Why is that important..
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"So i went into the answer. That but pleased listeners. If you're interested in that so what. I'm studying saying is if you believe in the big bang and evolution. They can only be one creator For all and i got into the five men religion so this is where my book. The universe coach it took Seven years of research. The house coach took me another six months but the universe to seven years and this is about this topic in the next. Three topics are sort of four topics in total and I found out what. God is the difference between christ and god so i'm not going to give you the answer because all day and then i took four jesus in india and i very quickly discovered that between thirteen and twenty nine. Jesus was in india. He was taught firstly by the hindus. Callers and then the Buddhist colors we need to get those documents carbonated and release on calling the dalai lama to do that and not believe it. Jesus didn't die the cross. So that is you know mostly listens gonna say well i'd say was well it's It's only my pot cost and the truth will free. You know i'm a christian And from all my research the most important thing i discovered is the truth will say it is free and jesus to india is one of the most important parts of will peace in my view saw. Could've been ninth of april In twenty two in new york. And you for ten people and it's three myself and then Tablet voice from shimmy. Galway the way and the nikki slide. She's a chance to so again. If you got lots of stuff me a vent. They want souls and Why geez important. He's christians can appreciate that. Hindus buddhists call us towards him. Jesus and that's why in the bible is a new one the or something you know. He's gained wisdom gained india. Then if they can understand just going to bring those religions together jesus was jew so there's full relations and Muslims believe in jesus and the and the old profits that i'll autism province so that's that is that one That's a festive. Nineteen talk the knicks one. I can five reincarnation so discovers that reincarnation was taken out of the new testament so listen to obviously it's in hinduism and buddhism massive leap and islam..
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Carl great so the dyslexia is a topic one. That was my book dyslexia code. That took me six months of research. Then the next topic is to is one minerals natural everything in health and that is my book called the health. Spring kurt with sometimes till of what links longevity nations know about living disease-free and we don't and i studied longevity nations and you will not believe it. They don't eat meat unix and they all organic. so then. The previous research. The payment china and that seventies in eight hundred eighteen million people with cornell university and in states oxygen in uk. chinese population. that time what's outcome of cancer. Meat dairy eggs so i would vegan about ten years ago. But i've found that my middle vitamin labels fell through blood saliva test autistic. And the way i got up is naturally a lot of vegans take supplements and i'm not at all into supplements. It's not nice just white. And the way i got up this receive so a fish seaweeds and things like that and sea. Salt on the land salt table. Salt is a slow poison so In that book. I discussed all about ph in the body and minerals is the most important thing. It's like a call engine. You need every single distant every single mental into fire. It's it's off the six things you tristesse always mentioned mental vitamins. Water crops Protein and fats proteins is is a mess through acetate teams get the good Call of rice and potatoes and stuff like that And on the fasts. I the vegetable fats and migas through. And it's it's really mineral vitamins. That's the key thing. But if i have to start discussing now how it works with a twenty minutes so I've got a pot caused puck on that on my website that explains everything and Then the next one is creative is got That is a pretty big topic..
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Using the raw bryan creators innovative side. But just imagine if you could have been given more encouragement and it's not late right To to understand that that's true gift and they do and have missed it. So just you know and as a message to just think a whole case To listen to this now parents and they've got kids that in a situation where you you've got. This davis miss that. Giving your your son your daughter. The tools to copenhagen occasional system. Keep the russell and brian Gift and then with that encouragement how what the child could do. Just imagine if you were given more encouragement on to understand that you go to but isn't it. It's it's not too late so that that is what my whole thing was just before i forget one of my chapters are go through the furthest. Seven gifts lakes. You're one of them is struggling in education struggling and that is one of my system Chicken brother bikers recently. One of my cases that i don't get up on things and if it wasn't the nick most wouldn't have been so you know i've had to put my head down and crossed so that is a gift in his own right. You know and use especially with everything is if you tackle certain things now You know the world choice then. Yes that's that's what i'm finding out you know. It took me. Until i took the fifty to really understand that. Karl and now that i turned fifty and broken person in the physical realm now learning to use my mind and i wish i would have recognized that earlier but i was just too busy fixing things in life for other people. You know. I was busy in my work and i. I was able to fill that pleasure zone through being able to do the things that i did. Well and people recognizing that it took me away.
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"But it's apparent sees dyslexia as someone that could be announced on casts base business school. You know they. It's clearly cannot be learning disorder so and we need more innovators in this world. We want to go to mars and beyond and all different kinds of things someone sitting with that rice brain power needs to be unleashed on the world. So that's what the event is about. Thank you so chasen's stuff making us sequential just give us the davis's me that's very simple and let the kids understand that they gotta gift via applications and and they will. They will fly they they will. It's not all about is on exam paper as a person with dyslexia. I know how difficult it can be to. Actually just read a paper. You know you can get lost inside the paper and then you lose track of everything. So i know i have difficulty still to this day sometimes and i have to really concentrate hard. Sometimes all put stuff out and then later notice. Oh i messed up there. There's a you know word wrong or i. Yeah there's a lot of this confusion associated with the uranium when when we're reading or writing we we have hard time sometimes Turning words around. Or i i've i've often used words thinking of other words. You know and i catch it until later so a lot of this is just. You've got to really maintain your brain and concentrate on what you're doing very hard. That is i find it hard to concentrate at times. But if you do you can do it. That's what i found out you've really got to apply yourself and a lot of the times. I felt belittled because other people were getting it and i was struggling that really affect the person. Yeah so these two us. Just so i wanna make before i forget the The first one is that you mentioned the word sort of confusion and stuff like that. That is where the davis says. This mind is massive. Because he's not unique whiskered so david smith. It doesn't mention this but are discovered this research and the union. This guy is that the pineal gland is right in the middle of the brain.
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Help people focus on the issues. We have to really start forming groups to discuss how to better the education system for dyslexic people. I notice you started a group and you have a conference. Coming up is called the international celebration of dyslexia. You talk a little bit about what that is and why you started that for us. Yes just before gates one of the things. You mentioned one of my chapters in my book. goes through so you got the traditional methods and this five additional miss that. There's many more what that's one of the. But i couldn't find a book with all the complementary methods the the alternative methods and so Certainly as thomas up station. So what i did is i went out and research all of them and put them in the book. And i've found that. The davis miss it was the base. And that's why getting my daughter to to to do that message. So they all the complimentary. That's now the exertion. Say at that point. That's still say there's no proof that these companies interests message work so of an awesome to give me the proof that they missed it work and they couldn't give it to me but they act have actually because they say with cimarron studies. But it's the wrong way so only international event It's a one day event on saturday. The cities of october it starts at ten o'clock london time. Uk time It's zoom if event only virtual. It's and if you go to We talked light surfers dot. Me as you say. L. he issue or if r s dot me click on international celebrations here and Get your ticket and then we've got And it'll be questioning on at the end of the session We've got four force because it's Giving jesper she's in the us she's gonna think well superheroes that she talks to About to cisco fifteen thousand kids on a Download and she's these stories alexa kids and it's just a name. Dyslexic euro is summation saint. It takes you a super year. You know And that's why the name gift dyslexia officer important. So she opens his then. It's myself So this is a A by dyslexic people before this lexi people so jeeze dyslexic now. The next one of the knicks that reach davison. he's not dyslexic. But he's on behalf of the davis method and run is very much dyslexic autistic. And he'll explain more about the types of sniff found out of older company mentioned to be the based and They and The lost as a lady. In so-so richard is in In the uk and then loss because santa rap. She's in the uk as well in london and she's got two threes. She's just niksic. She's dyspraxia so the balance issues and then she's like this leah so the Messy issues the three ds. But and then she's gonna late People do the poetry She's a dyslexic And then we'll have a break for lunch and dense questions on suspicion in the often so the purpose of this is just to help people with dyslexia and the information comes basically from people with dyslexia or associated with dyslexia in some way. And and if i could just add and people that dyslexic In their parents lisi saying thank god on dyslexic. Walmart kids exit. Because it's not something that is Learning disorder it all depends how pavement sees if pavements sees the number of ticks greg. Ticks is on the exam paper. They dyslexia as it's currently is disorder..
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Mole creative side. Now in my book. I list all the current and pasta sexy people and the ones i listened. None of them would have been diagnosed. Good have been like richard branson scientists alive and there's lots of covered scientists lexi people shame many others and then post ones. You've got all the time nine. Nikola tesla injury foods because john f. kennedy three other presidents mohammed ali. Many many many none of them would have been diagnosed so what i'm saying is leave a dyslexic person. The way he's giving this davis methods which is huge to did they can cope because the clay shapes Because that's correct and this month. I will not make the dyslexic person brian minded. It will keep the person right frame of mind it because it's all about shapes and that's the side that the person lock my door to coping education system and that's what we need and then i discovered that cafes business school in yucaipa founded lexi's four. Thomas be innovators and undertake person and you can see from the list. I'm just giving you all just some people so The i could always sorts about ten percent say ten fifteen or whatever twenty percent of society dyslexic associations thousand nine percent of them on making dyslexic people sequential lift brian bonded and that is removing the real gift. It's like the greatest made us the right brain minded. It's like saying to agape is and you've got to become straight now you know it's leave us the way our but we need and does make us equipped with these traditional methods that use the david smith. Y'all have to look into the davis methods a little more. That sounds interesting. Because i really think we need to look into more studies about how to help dyslexic. People like you say. A lot of people are not diagnosed. I think they're recognizing the signs of dyslexia a little more nowadays and they're catching it a little earlier but.
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Started building. my daughter started building. Clay shapes she just saw showing so in the woods Instance you build the up from play. And then you have an arrow say decides to put arrow going up. And then she takes a picture of that which in the book and all the two hundred fifty with. She was of with city fourteen and she macaroni. Recognize the improve not. Didn't explain it but later now wide is his gift. It didn't make my daughter have suddenly have is subject but it may to cope in the educational system. And that's all. I think what should be done but scipio to this. The types have got minds. I miss it as well so they somehow told my in this little shape to both the shape player. I think it was. And then it's she this this She space to my door so what she did to my said. Read this book. The author about full saturdays and she said caulking look at this. Some daughter theresa book she was that was in time for that age group and then when she gets to a words that she doesn't note Just close. your eyes lit the minds. I look down on your bryant and then think what would it is and the record. Is she started knowing these woods and then actually carried on for a few saturdays Well the total three months all of his she just improved Hugely so that's what got me into it. And then as i mentioned these events the notes and knives written A few books. And i discovered something big in my research for the two that it's been fifty years since i started in school but myself i suffer from dyslexia and at that time. They didn't know what dyslexia was or nobody told me what dyslexia was in. I suffered from this. And it really did. Make me suffer from this Social disorder..
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
"Carl would you please introduce yourself and let people know just a little bit more about you please. Yes it's thank you for having me on your show on your show. Much appreciated I'm originally from toria. South africa and beating london and dublin now for loss that he is. I'm divorce have got three. Lovely kids and I used to be in the construction industry. of quantity surveyors. It's the financial side of of construction streets and About ten years ago. And then i went into property. Ten years ago i was caught up in the celtic tiger in islands southern ireland and in the us sopron crash of august. Two thousand seven The bank's the plug on a particular property in dublin and the knicks. Three years already property prices went dump between fifty and eighty percent mind was it because of his electoral area and Suddenly a property that at two million euro sale value. Nate off the everything Three later are set was Are being the banks. In europe and that caused compete regular stakes are lost properties. But it worked me up and they started I didn't know i was going to write three folks at all and it started off with My daughter taking out of school For to learning support teacher because she had dyslexia and i started researching that and found is sort of a method to assist it. I had to vincent dublin small events and people ask for notes. So i wrote up notes that i sent him to. Its and that was the start of my facebook. Well that's pretty interesting. You know a lot of people. They don't write books and they don't get out and tell their story enough especially about some of the subjects that you cover carl. But today i'm pretty interested in the dyslexia code. And i really do want to have you back to cover other topics because i find them fascinating. You wrote the dyslexia code. Could you tell us first of all the main reason you wrote that book. Yes so as i mentioned my daughter was taken out of class so i went on amazon and found. They was two thousand five hundred books onto lakes here so i was probably researching it and i've found miss. It closed davis miss it That assisted them. Basically ron davis is case aquatic. He discovered that these two hundred fifty shapes. That's woods woods in english language. That's governor shapes so whole shape but the would up. 'cause shape would between to and stuff like that.
"karl" Discussed on Dead America
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Pentagon Leaders Defend Efforts to Address Racism, Extremism
"The Pentagon's top officer is passionately defending the military's approach to addressing racism and extremism at a house hearing GOP lawmaker said the Pentagon's efforts are causing division and hurting morale with Florida's Michael waltz pointing to a specific west point seminar titled understanding whiteness and white rage joint chiefs chairman mark Milley sees no issue I want to understand what rage and I'm white in an extraordinary response Millie's voice rose as he pushed back against walls and fellow Florida congressman Matt Gaetz I personally find it offensive that we are accusing the United States military general officers are commissioned noncommissioned officers being quote woke Millie says the military must be exposed to unconventional ideas wonder stand what's happening in the country it's tasked with defending I've read miles say tongue I've read I've read Karl Marx I've read Lenin that doesn't make me a communist Sager mag ani Washington
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"karl" Discussed on HOW NOT TO BE AVERAGE
"Carl would begin to grow more politically zealous so much that he would receive letters of concern from his father. His father expressed concerns over what he called Karl's demons. And I would say honestly his father was probably spot-on but in 1843 Carl would go on to marry a woman from a respected family in the area and they moved to Paris while in Paris car would meet a young man. That would become a lifelong friend and collaborator Frederick Engels. Ultimately car would be expelled from parents and moved to Belgium. What's odd is that during this time? Carl wrote an essay on the freedom of press where he claims he believed that censorship could hack only evil consequences. So I'm not sure that today's American mainstream Media or social media companies have really read those readings or read those writings wage. You know, I don't know maybe somebody out there in the audience should send them a copy and see how evil censorship is. Well in Belgium car was introduced to socialism and this is where he becomes basically to Karl Marx that we know today. This is also where he writes his most famous writer of the Communist Manifesto. Ultimately car was too radical for Belgium and they would expel him from their country. And then from there he would go back to France and get expelled again. And then finally after not being accepted back in Prussia. He landed in London and though he was never given citizenship in London. He still lived out the remainder of his life there. So that's sort of the backstory of Karl Marx, but this is where I wanted to go more. So Carl, despite all his writings never earned a living wage. And basically he was largely supported by angles his whole life Karl. Marx was a mooch home was a bump in my mind. This is below average a man should be able to care for his family and care for himself. Carl was not able to do that. Secondly Karl Marx was a racist pretty clear-cut in his racism wasn't separate from his ideas. They were Central to his ideas his ideology demands that some ethnicities would have to be swallowed up by more powerful groups and racism, you know even needs to be said is below average position to hold it is today was then so, you know juxtaposed that with our founding fathers, you know, while some of our founding fathers were slaveholders possibly racist, their ideology was not based in racism..
"karl" Discussed on The Insider
"Episode of the insider brought to you by the lovely people at Van Inc Today on the line. We are lucky enough to have the one the only actually. I need to start off by questioning something. Then call capital or Cohi- Karl the One and only cul hein car. What's your origin story? You have twenty eight second saw a magic show and I was a kid got a Walt Disney magic book for Mickey Mouse. I think it performed every trick in the book from my family and then it was just a progression of magic shop magic conventions and getting paid to do gigs. And I don't think I ever remember wanting to be a magician. It just kind of happened over time and train stops. Oh now Cole Macho Fest. Wasn't that long ago and you'll bar. Magic set. Got Incredible reactions experienced a lot of fun. It's always fun performing conventions like that and imagine if has pretty unique one. It was a really really great experience. You came on the retreat with us to Costa Rico and the guys had e surprised everybody by performing a class upset at the waterfalls. Well it was a bit of an unusual performing Area I was I was well. I wanted to show some stuff because Andy talked about his multiple selection. He's got a great. Dvd's set out called regulations. And and I have a lot of work a multiple selection stuff so he had done a lecture and then I wanted to basically point out a few different options so I was trying to force certain things into retire. Probably shouldn't have done like try to do cartoon box on the floor. But it was a really fun. Yes situation unusual. Yeah what's your creative process with some of his marketed effects? Their handlings of other people's ideas like the page stuff with them. Highly five hundred and other releases a wholly original a you ruined creating or solving problems or what's your process. It's definitely more arrests problem solving creativity. I take things that I see that I like but then there's always little problems that I'm trying to fix within that. Sometimes that leads to very different thing. Sometimes it leads to a small change that makes a big difference because sometimes the smallest little detail can make a difference between whether I choose to do an effect or not doing effect and likewise by exit. The same type of thing there too. Sometimes I very small change can make a huge impact on the audience's response to it and also the informers ability or desire to perform it be broken up can be shortened really short or extended out to longer sets so things that have multiple moments of impacts multiple kicker so that you can stop at any point in time but still you have a lot of you can do a lot of moments of magic in a short period of time. She'll know that makes sense as one of the founding fathers of Modern Cube Magic. How do you feel watching? It evolve the way it has over recent years. It's very old. I'm older than you. Well now there's certainly is a little bit frustrating. When there was something only me and a very few others were doing for a very long period of time. Not Everybody's doing it in places. Now you got to get to perform other people before you're doing some of the some of your stuff and it's always problematic but my real normal performance is no matter. Magic conventions barely an issue. What's your opinion on a cheap gimmick stuff? Give me well. I think there's pros and cons to everything. There's a lot of really great Q. Gimmicks OUT THERE. Henry Harris has a whole line of products. That are great and I think you know all his Greg's and a lot of the other ones that are out there are really well made and they have very specific purposes. But I think it's also important for many situations to be able to do something without that for a variety of reasons especially when you're close up or parlor environments were where I perform at a lot. People are very touchy or the situations that arise where you need to be able to. Just leave something out for examination or passing out for insemination and just become more limited when you're used some sort of gimmick but is also a straight through to is that certainly methods effects that can be created with giving said you can't do without them so it's it's hard to say which is better or worse it comes down to personal preference you a true worker magician. I'm talking about the importance of performing regularly and often well eight magic as the type of art that you your audience is kind of your campus so unless you have an audience or not really practicing. You're not really doing it. You know so. I think that that's a really important to gain the timing of things down to get into down and getting a whole variety of things around the trick itself have to be in front of the to get all down to a science and it's not an exact science or something it's always modifying and changing as you grow older as you change your character as you perform for different people in different environments the slightest changes can make a difference and that makes sense to you in these corporate and private party Gig. The eating Wendy work out. How can ring in something new? How you want to bring something new. How do you go about doing I just kind of do it and obviously a lot of sandwiched around other stuff Gigs that are certain. Gigs I do a lot. Where a lot of regular people who come back and see me. I have a couple of country clubs I do. They're kind of like real high end restaurant. Gigs kind so to speak. And so those types of places are great places to work in new material where people have seen you do a lot before and you can try out new things or places where I'm going to be doing. Why no I have very short sets for example where I can only have maybe three minutes per table a group because I have to try to get around a lot of people take a new effect and I'll just work that one second over and over and over and over and over again so by the end of the night you'll solid ball magic close up. I'm Paula. Who's influenced you in each of those genres? Well I think I my main have magicians that I think are really fun and entertaining and also have a high degree of skill and magical abilities. Let's say people I come to mind David Williamson Bill Malone Palm Balka Chad long guys like that. That have that similar style and performance character for bar. Magic obviously talkies in Eric. Meet and Bob Sheets is are are really amazing performers in that environment And then you know I think all those guys. Can I do a little bit of everything so I fall kind of the same lines? Minute Fair Enough Fair Enough. What magic on the scene today? So it I think anytime I see something that is new and exciting or a really clever. Twist on something that I should have thought of that. I get excited about you. Know I think that's the same for a lot of guys you know. Oftentimes comes awaits. We'll be times when there's nothing out there that I think is really all that great. But then you never know that things things all of a whole bunch of things come at once a lot of to how involved you are in the community up-to-date yard waves of being very in touch with the community and other times kind of being more from it. So it all depends. Do you think that? Do you think having that break kind of helps helps you? Revotes just pros and cons. It all depends on what you're looking for I think that that it's good to do certain things for sure. But it's not I think it's also good to keep in touch with stuff. And what's what's hypocrite. Especially if you have some business done in the magic world self you working on anything you at the moment that you can shop I guess I've got lots of old stuff. That's new everybody else but Particular that the newest thing I've been playing around with recently as just version of three card Monte that You know it's a kind of a very shy of Gary Thomas Stand up Monte. Just been fun to play with so I've been doing that a lot at my walk around strolling events. How do you see yourself as your audience sees you? I read an interview with you in prep for this. When you said that you should do that that you should try and see yourself as your audience easy but you didn't get into how you can do that. Well one just ask them. Obviously but you can't do that with everybody just has to be people that you're a little bit more comfortable with a lot of that is really just being realistic about how they're responding to what it is that you're doing Every stage in the process. So if you're walking up to a table at being aware of their body language being aware of their facial expressions on how they react to you and to some degree that can be because of how you're dressed there because the way you present yourself some to some degrees can have nothing to do with. You have to do with what they got going on their own heads. What's happening the conversation that you just walked into? So it's a hard thing to put a exact point on but I think the more you can become aware of all that sort of those sorts of things. The more you can really see how your audiences reacting. It's not sort of what you're saying. It's how their body language and the subtler accuser suggesting that they WANNA to be paying attention. They don't want to be paying attention all all make a difference and often times. I think people focus on the people that are reacting the strongest newton the greatest and ignoring those people off to the sides. That are a little bit more skeptical but more reserved and so. I think you had to kind of take the whole picture into account. That's very very sensible advice so talking about that the approach to the table. Have you got any tips for listeners? On how you do that approach. That depends a good amount on the environment that I'm performing in You know if before we had a private party a great thing to do is introduce yourself as the host asked me to come over and do something for you You know people are expecting you different than if people have no idea who you are walking out those. I think what you have to be careful about as one-size-fits-all a purchase. I think there do exist. But they don't exist for everybody and every environment and so you have to be careful and wary of that kind of approach. This is always my opener. This is always the opening line. I think that You might hit a good success rate with anyone specific opener specific opening line but the the the game always funding. What's the best thing in this particular moment and it's hard to? It's not an easy thing to do. You're gonNA miss but the more you can kind of modify what you're doing to the specific environment performing the better off. He'll be I think. So unless like you talking about the selection of material making it. Flexible and adjustable is the same with your three things to keep in mind who you are as a performer. Who Your audience is the venue performing and as any of those things change the material you do and maybe the way you do it should also change. Sometimes it's very subtle changes on. That is very big changes. I might do the same trick for a group of adults and do the same exact trick very different presentation for kits. That's an obvious example right but the same can be said for adults and a group of elderly people right. It's less obvious change in your presentation but the the rate at which you talk the rate at which you do things and and some of the lines you might use might change and alter right or you might say chick is not the best situation for this group. I'll do this trick instead. Sure editing on the fly as you go up to. The ideal becomes intuitive right but thought that has to go into that over time and and I know a lot of those guys that are really really good. I think are the ones that can intuit that kind of stuff naturally and other people have to get it a little bit more logical section. You know approach but sometimes you can over rationalize an overreach and things and then things become less entertaining and less less good. Let's say so. It can happen both ways but you still have to put thought into it for sure you've talked about the importance of getting your audience to light key. Are there any tricks techniques that you use specifically to get people to off often they just like you gotta use tricks and it's probably not the you probably have a problem to begin with techniques? Is the advice that you could give them. Increasing your likability. Yeah Walk to some degree. It comes down to just making eye contact having a smile on your face. I mean there's lots of very simple and basic things and how you approach table not getting too close to somebody right away. You know keeping your distance and then slowly if you're for certain effects you might need to get closer to someone making that slow and how you turn to the side to do that. Sometimes versus a direct straight on approach You know it's just. There's lots of little tiny things like that. And so it's a pretty vast you know Subjects but I think the best thing is just a smile positive attitude and see the situation if you walk up to your group of people in like a stroller walk around environment and you could sense and.
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"To the program Karl Hey how you doing today I'm doing well how are you right yeah in the nineties I was working at the Indy race that was taking place in the Meadowlands and I was on top of a tall building about ten stories tall doing the microwave communication I had a dish that I point out the chopper while the chopper flies over the tracks transmitting the video off of the cars in in car camera so we do and solve by myself on the building and Donald Trump came up with five on a drum and they're not sure and they walked over curious of what I was doing and I was like wow Mr trump and I went to shake his hand and he goes all I don't shake hands every man's hands been some more and that's okay and take pictures of him in of ana and he was very cool and I was very happy and impressed yeah diseases I heard that he was a bit of a germ Afobe and then I met him at right the week that he announced like two days after he announced he spoke at the Maryland the state Republican dinner or whatever it was and I was a guest there and so I met him and I I should because he was shaken everybody's and when you run for president you kinda gotta make the exception of it I bet he's got pockets full of but you kind of got to shake hands and then you just you have to be acutely aware of the yeah everybody should wash their hands anyway but especially with Lucy and I agree with your call earlier I would you shake a menu and I imagine you're great and then he took out Ralph and immediately as I've scrubbed up like he's getting ready for surgery I get that off I think you should I handed her a folder a blank sheets of paper is what I thought next year next year when he wins reelection appreciate the call Carl I want to play at one of the clips that I thought that again Democrats reluctantly applauded this one but it was one of those moments that do you talk about Donald Trump being showman he's a master showman no president has done anything like this before and he did it beautifully and it was one of those moments where it's like I'm not crying you're crying no no no and I it's allergies that's why my eyes are Welling up this is president trump these it beautifully talking about a man whose family was in the audience while he was serving in Afghanistan and it turns out that that he was there cut one go ahead four places a heavy burden on our nation's extraordinary military families especially spouses like Amy Williams from Fort Bragg North Carolina and her two children six year old Eliana and three year old row and Amy works full time and volunteers countless hours helping other military families for the past seven months she's done it all while her husband sergeant first class Townsend Williams is in Afghanistan on his fourth deployment in the Middle East Amy's kids haven't seen their father's face in many months Amy your family sacrifice makes it possible for all of our families to live in safety and peace and we want to thank you thank you Amy.