35 Burst results for "Keating"

"keating" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"keating" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Management and Katherine Keating of BNY Mellon wealth management So cast when we come to you we add this discussion good discussion I was going to ask you about the rest of the year where the S&P 500 would be Forget that What about inflation Because that's what everybody's talking about Where do you see inflation now and where is it going the rest of the year do you think It is the most important question actually and it's the first one on everybody's minds And I think to really understand that we have to step back and reflect for a moment on what we've been through As I said we were in a healthy business cycle that got interrupted by a health recession not a normal recession a health recession People were getting sick from this terrible virus It made the economy sick And then we got an unusual kind of medicine right We got this $6 trillion in fiscal stimulus in this country which really changed some things in the recession The first thing it changed is incomes didn't go down That's very unusual Incomes didn't go down Spending didn't go down That's very unusual Normally in a pandemic we tighten our belts What happened was people kept spending but they shifted their spending to goods right We weren't buying services We weren't going on vacation but we were buying goods all the things we needed to work at home Laptops and computers and monitors and all of those things And all the things we needed to do like everything in our lives at home and I think we're starting to get past some of that We see some of the economics one O one right You have all of this demand for goods and you don't have the supply to get them We see that starting to correct a little bit The fourth quarter was really a story about restocking inventories And so I think the question about inflation is does the torrid pace of consumers buying goods start to come off of its peak And do we see more normal behavior which is shifting.

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"keating" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"keating" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"I mean, you know, it's like, that's become such a popular notion that I don't think people now are just debating whether they've actually already landed in the government is covering it up. It doesn't seem as big of a thing. So I think people would just sort of go on with their day. And some people say, like, oh, and connect this with the cosmos and make us feel this harmony throughout the universe. And I say you know what, Tom, I have good news for you. You can take this cup, take it about 15 miles to the west. Go out there, Pacific Ocean, scoop it up, and you'll find more amoebas there than there are stars in the Milky Way go. It's crazy. So you pick it up. Now, does that change your notion of where we fit in the cosplay but maybe it changes it slightly until you think, what are we doing to the ocean? What are we doing to dumping and awful? And I'm economic positive. I'm a technological optimist. I want to keep growing and improving. Feynman once said that no scientist does not wish to live forever. Because he or she wants to see these cool scientific discovery most people I ask my mom, she's not saying, I don't have to live the long life. When I'm time to go, I'm going to go. But most she's not, so when I think about that, then I think about, well, let's forget about emails for a second. What if I told you there's this, there are these people they're called they're called cambodians. They live there. And they're infinitely complex, I believe they're created in the image of God. Infinite superior to any other creation on earth. And guess what? About 6 million of them were slaughtered by their own government, just in the last 50 years in my lifetime. It would be like, how could that possibly happen when we're thinking about we're going to cherish this microbe that we find on the planet plus hi run B? And I just think everything about humanity. I want to turn it inwards. I care more about the planet than I could imagine caring about. On the other hand, I also don't want to deny, as you said, in reference to something earlier son, when you say follow the science or whatever, you say, listen to the experts, your implicitly tacitly saying, you can't do better. We're not going to find a solution to this vexing problem. I think we are. But to cap it at literally the oxygen mask that's going to save us, namely the children saying to me as this professor did, don't have kids or consider not having kids. I think it's awful. I think that denies the predicate of science, which is that the future will be better than the past. And we all see it. We all live better than the richest kings and queens of Europe, 80 years ago, not like a thousand. It's amazing and that's large part thanks to technology, and that's a large part thanks to science. So for me, I'm not as worried about that and I don't want to stem cut the seed corn and throw it away, which could be the children that we won't have. I think you want to sacrifice. Don't eat meat. Don't go to conferences and your jet, whatever. Don't do that fine. But also look at things like nuclear power, which we know in San Diego. We've got 6 nuclear reactors within the city limits. There are nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers. We live with those for 60 years now. There's nothing wrong with it. We could use that to power cities. Why not do it? And there you get into politics. And that's where I find it lesson. I was joke. I got into astronomy because there's no democratic constellations. There's no Republican comets. You know, it's all it's all extra extraterrestrial off of this earth for the sake of the heavens. Brian, I have really enjoyed my time with you yet again. This was so much fun. Where can people follow you? YouTube, doctor Brian Keating, into the impossible podcast and Twitter, doctor Brian Keating, those are the main ways. I love it. Thank you, man. So much for joining us a lot of fun. Guys, speaking of things that are a lot of fun, if you haven't already, be sure to subscribe and until next time my Friends B legendary take care of.

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"keating" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

05:43 min | 10 months ago

"keating" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"A man handsome, tall, young, vibrant, three kids. At the premiere place on earth, shoo in for the Nobel Prize. He was like a father figure to me. Why do you kill himself? We don't know. He left a note. We don't know. We don't know. We have no idea. And the tragic thing is not look winning a Nobel Prize. It ended up his wife when the Nobel Prize for a different chemistry. She's a professor at Caltech in two years. This is like royalty, but we I don't think it had anything to do with that. I think what I had to do with was he had some demons. And the thing that hurt me the most Tom and this is venal and stupid of me, but like God damn it, why don't you freaking pick up the phone? I would have done anything for him. He would have done anything for me. I'm sure if I had called him up, threatening to potentially inflict harm upon myself. He would have raced down to San Diego. That was the relationship we had. And that I had no idea that he was wrestling with whatever he was wrestling with. And yeah, a couple of years ago I drove by and it was in a hotel area he took his life, and I went to the hotel, I just sat on sign and cried. I was like, why didn't you? It's irrational. Who helm on? He's got kids. Nobody, right? But still, we always react with personal lens on our show. And then fast forward four more years later, we come to this announcement that we actually discovered the spark that ignited the Big Bang. The signal called inflation. These waves of gravity, permeating the entire universe, that he had seen in me and that other team members that we could do and we did it. He wasn't there to see it. Now, this is in 2014. Make this discovery. It's on the front page of The New York Times. It's on the front, it's on CNN. It's on any newspaper, any round the world headlines. Scientists discover the smoking gun behind the Big Bang. What caused it to ignite? And I wasn't there. I wasn't there at the press conference, was held at Harvard University. After Andrew died, he was my protector. He was like, my Don, and the other guys in the team, they wanted credit and they had done a tremendous amount of work, and they didn't feel like I fit in, especially since I kind of started another project with team members at UC Berkeley and collaborators and friends as well. And they didn't want me at this press conference. And so I didn't get a ticket. And it turned out to be one of the best things that happened to me too. Again, like getting fired. See, that's a thing, Tom. I once did a Google search. You know, you could do these N gram searches and search on the popularity of a phrase. You can search on impact theory and see, and you'll see it'll be zero. And then all of a sudden, when you start it, like 2015, 2016. It'll go like that. Search Pulitzer Prize, search Nobel Prize. Search whatever you want. And in this context, I once did a search. I said, take the words, it was the best thing that ever happened to me. And tell me, what were the words that were just said, the sentence before that sentence? It's always, I got fired. I lost my job. The forklift, somebody you need to use a forklift. I was the only one who could do it. And the same catastrophic, but that's what that's where the magic lies in life. When you think it's going to be really bad, 'cause that's the entropic flip. How did this become good though? So we were eventually proven wrong that we hadn't discovered it, that we weren't going to win a Nobel Prize. Like everybody said, including The New York Times, including the Washington, but everybody saying that we not only discovered the origin of our universe, but concomitant with that is something called the multiverse, which is a fascinating corollary to the theory of how our universe came to be. And it's not too dissimilar to the notion that, as you know, there's 7 other planets in our solar system since Pluto got demoted by Neil deGrasse Tyson and others. So there's only 7 other planets. But we know there's literally a 100 billion suns, just like our sun stars in our galaxy. There's not only that. There's a 100 billion galaxies or more in the observable universe. So if there's many planets, if there's many people, if there's many solar systems, if there's many galaxies, why can't there be many universes? And that concept is called the multiverse, which literally says there could be an infinite number of other universes that exist in what's called the multiverse. And that was a direct corollary and direct implication of the announcement that we made on this day in 2014. People said goodbye universe, hello, multiverse. Inflation, the spark that ignited the Big Bang, hello, Nobel Prizes. And so yes, you said in the beginning, I was like an almost almost ran for the Nobel Prize because people noted that I had created the experiment that eventually morphed into the second experiment, along with Andrew and others. And that if the committee does their homework, they'll see the contributions that Brian Keating played. Now, it turns out in science, using the scientific method, there should be a little bit of add on where you check to see am I fooling myself. Fooling yourself and science means that your victim of confirmation bias. You have a hypothesis, you're going to drill into it. Nothing can dissuade you. No disconfirming evidence can prove you wrong, no confirming evidence will not be included in your list of things of proving why you're right. And it comes up all the time. And people that believe in the flat earth or believe in UFOs or believe in things that are actually true. So it's a hell of a drug. It might even rival for scientists, dopamine for laypeople. And so we were so convinced that the signal we saw was the very signal we sought, the one that I sought to win the Nobel Prize that my father had in one, that we almost didn't consider the alternatives. We did..

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"keating" Discussed on Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"keating" Discussed on Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

"This episode has mentioned of sexual abuse and maybe triggering for some. Please proceed with caution guys. You are rocky were charlotte nettie and we are back with day. Seventeen of uncaring unmasking. In hiding our buddy day series where we are killing back. The layers of our superwoman archetypes. In today or this week we are working on analysts keating. You are listening to this as a song podcasts. Where we are doing our part in dismantling the miss ended stereotypes other strong black woman creating state in sacred states for blood winds on On high to the people ivy. The people all your please. Hey y'all shot so you guys for continuing to work with us. During these days we are little over the midway point in we are super excited about all the world that we are doing. Because there's been a lot of work that i was just telling this warning i was like i did not realize because you like where have you been and i did not realize that it was gonna be so challenging to do thirty consecutive episodes but i don't regret it here. We are i m loving you. And i feel like people are being held and people feel seen and i feel her and supported because we are having these conversations so yeah yeah it is all work. It's totally worth it. These are things that we should have already been talking about but now that we have a little bit easier and easier time thanks to The interwebs and being more connected with people who might live right fixed order whatever. He is wonderful that we're able to have these conversations now 'cause it's never too late. I'm glad that we're we're doing it now and we had been doing it for about what. Three years dawson have been three years. But where where's seasons four. Well yeah 'cause we started in two thousand eighteen twenty twenty four girl little while we've been out here zoey thanks conversation yes on you and you guys have been doing things to by tuning in so we are so appreciative of that. So yeah doesn't alleys key. Today we are going to talk about her trauma response and they fifteen and sixteen when they fifteen. We talked about what her cape mask were and they sixteen. We talked about her kryptonite. Wish was her need to control and today we want to talk about our trauma response and so when we about cookie lions from response. We immediately immediately like she's five. But what do you think. Eli's cheating z's is she fight or flight. You know. i think life opinion. I could be completely wrong about this. I think her response is also to fight. It just looks different people in different ways. Not everyone who fights is the throw hands and throw bows type fighting. Some people are they'll cut you with words fighting and that whole thing about six stones may break role that words Names but words will never hurt us. That's not true. Words can hurt very much. You can go ten years fifteen twenty years online at still remember some bay harmful words that were said to you and some people fight like that they will. They might cuss you out. Or they might say very very cutting and harmful things that they know are going to that are going to break you in a lotta ways. That's also on the fight. And i think and again. This is just my opinion. I think another type of fighting is when you get grimy and dirty and underhanded and you go behind the scenes and you do things and you you manipulate you manipulate things to try and come. That is also a form of fighting to me and to me. That's like biting. That's that's a. That's a dirty former fighting because the people that you're fighting may not even know it but you're definitely on the offensive. You're not necessarily on the defensive. You're on the offensive because you are taking action to harm someone else. And i think anytime you're taking any kind of action whether it seems more passive or not. I think that's a form of fight. I think flight is a little different. It's when you really Withdraw and you retreat not because necessarily your Our or anything like that. But because you just shut down and and withdraw. Maybe because you're afraid of what would happen if you were to fight you do something extremely violent. You wanna protect yourself by the people from that or maybe you're afraid of what you would say because you might take it too far and say things that we can never take back. I know that for myself. I'm not a fight person that i used to be when i was younger. I'm much more of a flight person. Because i know that i have the capability of taking it too far and i don't it and i have a have done things instead things to hurt people before and i don't wanna do that anymore. So i just withdraw and shut down. But i do not think that the. I don't think that the manipulating thing is that. That's not withdrawing. You're still very much a fight. You're just doing very underhanded things to win. So i think italy says traumas response is still fight. It just looks. Different from cookies is interesting. 'cause i thought just the opposite is just an opinion right. I saw or i think her. Like and i say that because like you at first i was like okay. She's fighting for her life. She's doing his new abilities in court. She's finding here in doing this. You know like you said. That's what i thought at first but then the more volatile batty i xe mice still why you should thing eat. Why is she always on the move. Why why does she always. Because if you watch the show you notice that she rarely ever sees now to the end of the night and even then her mind is constantly going. And so i was like okay. So she's always in a court rule. she's constantly strategizing. She planning manipulating and controlling. You know just doing all the things to make sure that everything comes out away. She wants them to turn out. Then i thought about my own life and like analysts in probably like so many black women. I have shared trauma with analyst. I'm a black female survivor of actual abuse. I reside in southern state were principal. And what happens in this house stays in. This house is.

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"keating" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"keating" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This is radio boston. I'm john daring and we will begin today with our massachusetts congressional delegation on top of the mind this week accountability on the administration's rushed exit from afghanistan and the implications of that plus the ongoing push and pull on infrastructure as to massive bills hanging in the balance under just one of those bills. The smaller one trillion dollar. Bipartisan effort massachusetts stands to gain some eight billion dollars in spending for roads. Bridges transit for more on the wrangling in washington. We turn to congressman bill keating he represents the massachusetts ninth congressional district south shore south coast cape in the islands. He also serves on the house committee on foreign affairs and the house armed services committee. We spoke with him a little earlier this afternoon. And we began with the testimony of secretary of state. Antony blinken before congress on afghanistan and weather congressman keating was satisfied with lincoln's explanations for the messy deadly withdrawal..

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Biden Administration's Relationship With International Allies on Shaky Ground

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Biden Administration's Relationship With International Allies on Shaky Ground

"At the end of the trump era in the us. The breathe to sigh of relief. America i was over and new president. Joe biden's words. America was bug. It was a signal. That europe's relationship with washington could return to normal. But it now seems that this reaction was premature and after the initial honeymoon period. There are serious doubts about the biden administration and america's commitment to its international partners joining me to discuss the eu us. Relations are suzanne lynch brussels playbook author political and former washington correspondent and dave keating brussels correspondent for france twenty four. Thanks both very much. For coming. On the show suzanne with former us president donald trump. They were doubts about american commitment but she. Now american competence. I think there is a lot of and soul-searching happening at the moment in brussels about what happened over the last few weeks. Of course it's only a couple of months since joe biden visited. Brussels and mesh with edgy seven leaders in the uk. a now. I think that meeting people begin to ask what choose achieved because you know six weeks eight weeks later. We have this. Chaotic scene evacuation situation if afghanistan where effectively america is calling the shots. It's driving the agenda. On the eu and nato allies america have to follow. So i think what we're seeing now is a real focus in brussels about the idea of some people caught a strategic autonomy can the eu depend on the us or work with the us to the extent that before am considering they feel that now. America is retreating back and is moving away from the kind of multi-lateralism that was the fulcrum of transatlantic relations after world war. Two

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"Not Your Mother’s Tiffany" Campaign Sparks Backlash

Pop Fashion

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"Not Your Mother’s Tiffany" Campaign Sparks Backlash

"And company has a new marketing campaign. Just about everyone hates it so in this campaign which is online and it's on posters. There is pictured some variety of a young woman looking real cash wearing a piece of tiffany jewelry. She's wearing like high wasted jeans a tank top kind of thing and the big black taxed just says not. Your mother's tiffany. This is the first big campaign since. Lvmh bought tiffany's last year for remember it. Sixteen billion dollars. Then the pandemic and people weren't exactly buying jewelry which was not a good luck for tiffany. The rams of laying low and now that we are emerging from the pandemic fingers crossed. It is clear to just about everyone in the jewelry and luxury markets that tiffany is sort of olden dusty and could use new energy. They just recently pulled this trick where they made everything yellow including their bosses. They were disliked throwing off the norm. We didn't even talk about that but it did a yellow campaign yes and they try that at the same time. It's also becoming clear that gen z. Is ready to spend money but they are very particular about where they're spending money. You have this campaign that seems to be targeting gen z. Or a very young millennial but at the same time you are discounting you meaning tiffany. Tiffany is discounting their core market. Which is women are at the very least millennial age if not older right discounting completely forgetting that they spend money with you. They don't seem to want to be told that the brand isn't for them anymore. So social media hates it analysts and branding experts hater. I hate it. I think it feels cheap and to like some up. How cheap this is. I really liked this quote from marketing brew. They had a bit from katie. Keating who is founding partner and co chief creative officer at an ad agency called fancy. And here's what she had to say boy. Do i have a lot of feelings about this campaign. None of them good. It's too easy. It's been done plenty of times in one version or another to say desperately. We're not old fashioned. No really. we're not it's like they're apologizing for the previous one hundred eighty four years. Yeah and then. There's the issue of tossing one generation away in favor of another not cool especially when that other generation has been loyal customers for

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"keating" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"keating" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"We're excited to dive into that sounds gloriously creepy and again i just want to add to jeffords. It's it's really been a pleasure working with you on this one and also fight night. I in one commonality between those two. I think both of us had a good time helping. Develop the score To these podcasts. With some amazing local atlanta Studio musicians of the diamond street players which is sort of collective with Fight night we went in a really cool kind of james brown kind of gritty new york kinda funk sound and for this one it really does mimic that dusty carnival kind of like you know funhouse kind of vibe really really impressed with the way it turned out and it really is kind of a cool Cohesive piece of this show since wanted to put that out there too if you're into creepy music and The way it's incorporated into podcast. It's not overplayed. I think it's done really tastefully. And i think you guys did an excellent job of incorporating all that stuff that we worked with those guys on so kudos for that and just to kind of wrap things up guys to the process. We didn't get into the process much. I know that wasn't part of the show with the process of podcasting is just fascinating. It's so much fun. And so i had a fantastic team on this one again. Knowles been might ep on both projects. Dan bush who you spoke of was my director on fight night but our writers researchers who i mentioned earlier according to freeze jim robertson terry james our editor jeremiah prescott. I mean it's really especially when you do. These limited narratives true crimes. The teams are so important. We got a great team that works with us a doghouse pictures so i just want to give thanks to them and again thanks to the audience. You guys have grabbed onto this thing. We've got a bunch of listeners. Some great reviews. And i just really appreciate everybody. That's out there listening and Has been following the story. Yeah so follow their q. And listen and review now on apple podcasts. The iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast and to learn more of for yourself. You can go to doghouse. Pictures dot com to get a bigger breath of jeff's work not just in the world of podcast but well beyond thank you as so much for tuning in folks. Let us know your thoughts which are make it easy to find us online. That's right you can find us on most of the internet locations of note. We are on facebook and twitter and youtube as conspiracy stuff were conspiracy stuff show on instagram. And while you're.

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"keating" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"keating" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Hello welcome back to the show. My name is matt. My name is null. They called me bed. We are joined does always with our super producer. All mission control decades. Most importantly you are you. You are here and that makes this the stuff. They don't want you to new a quick disclaimer as get into days. Show fellow conspiracy realist. This episode contains at times. Graphic descriptions of violent crime and as such may not be suitable for all listeners. We are not diving into today's story alone. Stead we are accompanied very fortunately accompanied by jeff keating.

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Viola Davis, One of the Greatest Actors of Our Time

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Viola Davis, One of the Greatest Actors of Our Time

"Welcome alex i. It's great to have you here to talk about viola. I'm so excited to hear your picks but first a little bit of background viola. When she won her first oscar for best supporting actress for fences and twenty seventeen. She became the first black person to win the so so-called triple crown of acting a competitive advantage emmy and tony award because of this in how omnipresent she's been over the last decade including her turn in the blockbuster period piece the help and as the shady complicated lawyer least keating in the long running series how to get away with murder. It might be easy to forget that. She has more than paid her dues to get where she's at. Now she graduated from juilliard in nineteen ninety-three and bounce between theater and screen throughout the rest of that decade by the early offs. She'd become a reliable supporting actor. Popping up in steven soderbergh movies like solaris and playing rations on the mom rule or the urban professional. She spoken candidly about how being dark skinned. Black woman has impacted her career like in this interview. She did with tina brown in twenty eighteen. I have a career that's probably comparable to meryl streep julianne moore. Let's sigourney weaver. They all came out of jail. They came out of juilliard. They came on nyu. They had the same path as me and yet i am nowhere near them. Not as far as money not as far as job opportunities. Nowhere close to

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FBI identifies 2 agents killed in Florida while serving warrant in crimes against children case

Mark Levin

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

FBI identifies 2 agents killed in Florida while serving warrant in crimes against children case

"The death of two FBI agents following a shootout at Sunrise, Florida this morning as they were investigating a man thought to be involved with child pornography. Fox's Phil Keating has the details. A federal agent showed up to the subject's apartment before dawn for what was planned to be a surprise serving of a search warrant in an ongoing child pornography case. Instead of nonchalantly answering his door the subject grab his gun. And started shooting the two agents killed taken from the hospital to the Broward County Medical examiner's office with American flags draped over their bodies, and they solemn line of fellow agents and local officers saluting and paying dream respects. Still unnamed suspect also died inside the scene in his apartment after barricading himself for a time it appears he took his own life instead of surrendering. Phil Keating

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Should You Rent Live Streaming Gear?

Launch Your Live

09:13 min | 1 year ago

Should You Rent Live Streaming Gear?

"On this episode. You will learn why you should consider renting livestreaming gear before you make that final purchase decision. So gem let's talk about renting livestreaming gear. Yeah i think a lot of times. We make the assumption that we have to buy this stuff. But if you're in business especially if you're a business owner you're in the business of live streaming. You actually have some options that the the hobbyist may be necessarily doesn't and that is you can lease equipment. You can rent equipment for a short period of time. I mean i have a friend that runs a video production company. He doesn't own any of his cameras. He goes and rents them whenever he gets a job for a client. Because one thing that happens with gear is this stuff gets upgraded all the time and so sometimes trying to keep up with the latest and the greatest goes into one of your favorite phrases. Yes and it's a gas gear acquisition syndrome and basically. It's the fact that you know when we buy a piece of equipment we then wanna keep buying because we see what other people have or what kind of they're using for their live streaming setup. Now to your point jim. I mean when you buy equipment you know. It's it's an asset appreciable asset. So it's like buying a car. For example you buy it and then it's gonna depreciate over time so for example if you bought that thousand dollar camera over time you know it's going to pretty much worthless it's going to be you've got time working against it and you also have the technology as well because technology changes extremely rapidly. You know it changes so quickly that that you know to the point where you buy something in like maybe in a month it's outdated because every about every year there's always something new coming out so this might be. You know a good reason why you should rent livestreaming gear so jim. Let's talk about just the various parts about renting equipment. I mean as you know. Yes people can go out and they can you know if they have. I think keating is like let's start with budget. I mean we rent. Why should somebody rent gear. I mean they definitely show up budget right. That's part of it absolutely. And i think and so. That's where renting right gives you that ability to you know it's like it's like a car taking a test drive you can try before you buy. I mean We're going to share some links a little bit later. Some of these places. You could rent Stuff for as little as three days. So you know be focused that you're going to actually you know you know 'cause how many times do we buy a new piece of equipment and then it sits there for a little bit before we start using it and so this kind of makes you think. Hey i if i if i'm serious about using this piece a year i'm actually going to you know. Take it out use it. Make sure it's it's doing what i think it can do or wanted to do. And so sometimes you're gonna find out that that's not what it is advertised that it would do isn't always what ends up being the case and it doesn't do what you were hoping for a one great example of this you know their cameras so when you're running a livestream you may want to use. Will you want to have a camera and a lot of people to start with the first option the webcam sorry the the built in webcam. And then when they're ready they're like hey i want another will just having. The webcam is not the only piece of equipment you need when you have for example if you're using a built in webcam you need a webcam you need lighting for example to then make that webcam look good and you know those webcams they can only do. So much so might be choppy because it's basically contingent on your computer so for example. If that's not good enough in your okay. I won't improve that. Well then i'm going to go to a webcam and actual external webcam extra webcams limitations. And then you go up another notch. If you're like hey want to. I want to be able to switch different things for example different cameras or i want to have different angles will a webcam can only do so much. Then you need to move into. Dsl are mirrorless camera and those then for example require more equipment to actually run the equipment. So it's it's a slippery slope once you start using different types of equipment. They're always going to be additional costs for example if you buy diesel our camera. Hey it's oh. I can just go buy one off the shelf. But here's the thing. It's not just about buying off the shelf. You then have to buy the right lens. Some of them include lenses which is great. But hey then we'll hey. How do i put this into my computer and that gets us into unietd capture card so as you can see it can quickly spiral out of control and so this is a really really really good reason why people need to consider renting livestreaming gear There's so much out there. And depending on what. Your setup is what your budget is you can easily go and drop immune if you wanted to buy just a basic camera. Six hundred dollars a camera. Two hundred dollars on a capture card to be able to plug the camera into your computer. So we're eight hundred dollars. Roughly right there Let's see what else you need. They need probably an audio interface or microphone. Sorry audio interface or mixer. So that's what one hundred one hundred fifty dollars till like five or six hundred dollars. That's really more bare minimum. So i think we're what that's probably around fifteen hundred sixteen hundred dollars right there and then. Hey i want improve my audio. I can go by mike for one hundred dollars but you know again then. I have to have a by the mike. Well then i have to have the armed. Attach it while the arm is another hundred. So you know you're at what That's that's over two thousand dollars right there. And that doesn't include the software so easily you've reached twenty five hundred three thousand dollars so some of the benefits obviously like to renting this gears. That will if you don't have the cash then. Maybe you rent a piece of equipment that you need. You know that you need and use it temporarily and you use it to film all of your videos at once and then you return the equipment versus. I dropped three thousand dollars. And then i have to actually spend the time learning it in also making sure that it works how i needed to work. You know. there's a whole process at it right job. Oh absolutely and then the other thing you may start to find an and it was funny. I was A guy guys said this the other day it's like if you have one dollar lighting and thousand dollar camera you've basic aren't going to have a one dollar camera because you didn't take into consideration the other stuff that you need to make that camera work right. You know. I mean sometimes like we have people that wanna have green screens. And they don't have the lighting and so they're backdrop actually looks worse than if they just had a plane wall behind them. And so you know reading this stuff can really give you a feel for like. Is this really. What's going to move the needle for me. I mean you know. We've always talked about getting better one percent of the time so this is a big deal when you kind of as you're when you when you've got gas you really gotta sometimes take a step back and really say. Is this really going to help my business. What's the plan behind it. And so you know and and and you may find that your space that you're live streaming from isn't really a set up in a way to properly use that gear right if you've got you know like i'm bringing in a second camera but now when you look at the lighting it's like oh my backdrop looks horrible. My walls not you know so maybe you want to improve the status of your studio before you go one by year but then even renting the gear will let you say oh. This isn't going to work quite like. I thought you know. Cut your. it really is a way to kind of. Cut your losses temporarily until you're ready to take that next step and there are a couple of different approaches. You can take this as i mentioned earlier. If you're you know if you're a type a person you're a planner and you've got everything ready like you know for example what your videos are going to film are and you've got them scripted out. It would make sense if you don't have all the equipment go and go to a rental place and we'll share some of those here and few minutes but go to a place that you can rent equipment from and tell them. Hey you know what this is. What i'm looking to do for the most part. They're going to know their stuff inside now and they're going to be able to also sort of give you a bit of a consultation they're gonna be able to recommend what might pair well

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"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Has entered their heart. Baptism yes. I understand that i've wanted to do that. Will return in just a moment to baptism. Born from above with deacon james keating. Did you know that discerning hearts has a free app in which you can find all your favorite discerning hearts programming. Father timothy gallagher. Dr anthony lewis james kaeding mike aquilina dr matthew bunsen and so many more are found on the discerning hearts free app. You also know that you can stream discerning hearts programming on numerous streaming platforms such as apple. Podcasts google play iheartradio pandora spotify stitcher tune in and so many more. And did you know that discerning hearts also has the youtube page. Be sure to check out. All these different places where you can find discerning hearts prayer of saint ignatius take lord and receive all my liberty my memory my understanding and my entire will all that i have and call my. You have given all to me to you. Lord i return it. Everything is yours. Do with it what you will give me only your love and your grace that is enough for me Men hello my name is digging almighty gutierrez and i wanna ask you to support discerning hearts in a special way. We chris mcgregor the board. And i all know the not everyone. Listening can help financially. We know we have listeners. From all parts of the world and we have made a commitment since the beginning to make the truth shared through turning hearts totally free so while you may not be able to contribute financially which you can do is certainly pray but also give us positive reviews on whatever platform used to listen to us if i tunes android stitcher spotify however it is that you get these podcasts. Or if you're on youtube and you like our videos please give us a good rating and write a review. The more good ratings and reviews we get. The higher profile in the more listeners will discover us listeners. Who may have the means to contribute in the future. Please consider rating us in writing a positive review. Today we now return to baptism. Born from above with deacon james kinney. You're not left orphaned in this task of this. What may seem like a monumental task that we are being presented with being the ministers of to our children. As you've talked about and previous session we are given the aid of godparents. Those men and women of faith who hopefully are on the same journey that we're on and can be in of assistance. Yes and again the godparents and this is more or less a pragmatic relationship depending upon you know the couple but the godparent unfortunately has become somewhat of a marginalized symbol in the consciousness of some and also The godparent as seen as a An honorific title for the next in line of our family so yes. My brother was the godfather of my first child. So that means my sister's going to be the god mother of my second child and on down the line as an honorific title. Almost something that the family can claim as a right you know. Hey bob was i. i'm susan. I'm second so all of this again. You know nothing so nefarious about that. But we're trying to raise the consciousness level. The godparent is truly the guardian angel. The intercessor baby. The one who wants to battle for this baby in prayer and i know some couples that will have their children on their refrigerator or other places a list in their prayer book. What whatever but that this. These children our prayed for regularly As as they come to mind and so there's a little bit of a formation that's needed for the godparents but what's most effective i think is if the parents themselves have a little conversation with the godparents. And say this is. This is really my heart's desire. The reason i'm asking you to be the godmother of my child. Yes you're my sister a yes you're next in line but i really just want you to pray for this baby for me until you die and to help you out a little bit. I'm going to give you this little prayer card. Perhaps with the baby's name on it or or some other type of prayer card. That will help you remember that you're standing up there with us on the day of baptism because i need in. This baby needs your intercessory prayer. Also it has been somewhat of a popular tradition that maybe the godparent would be the one who also gives religious gifts to the child as they grow older. My first son. Christopher has a wonderful godfather who up until christopher was twenty years old or so would every year. Send a religious book. Religious item put a prayer of encouragement in christopher's Birthday card about the faith and he. He did his duty wonderfully as godfather so instead of just Here you fill the space. Next to the baptism font. I would encourage parents have just a little private conversation about the beauty and the dignity of this great Office of godparent for my child and perhaps promote the faith in whatever way you see mix it seems expedient which is promote the faith because my child needs to hear it beyond a my own parenting so i invite you to promote the faith that something like that to the godparents. I think would be very helpful. Everything we do in our liturgy has significant way to it are responses are vows that we take we respond and we say we are ready we do. I accept this. I take the sun. It's not a ceremonial action. So when a god parrot is asked the question. Are you ready to help. The parents of this child and their duty christian parents their response needs to be one. That's been thought out as well as all of our responses. I think that's part of the problem in our liturgies is that sometimes. We think that they're ceremony and not a significant covenant entering type of relationship that we've enter into with god moot yes especially there again the churches asking knowledge and freedom in this question. Do you know what you're doing. You're freely doing it. Are you aware. the godparents again Commit to something they commit to This relationship with the baby a spiritual relationship with the baby. And i think that the the godparents themselves should see this day this baptist multi as perhaps a deepening or even beginning of their own prayer life if they could just see this question as an.

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UK gives 1st COVID-19 vaccine doses as US regulators weigh approval

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

UK gives 1st COVID-19 vaccine doses as US regulators weigh approval

"The United Kingdom has started its cold at nineteen vaccination program as federal regulators in the U. S. get closer to possibly approving the shots this is strange and so wonderful reading Margaret Keating calls it the best early birthday present a week before turning ninety one she's the first brit to get the shot on what public health officials are calling V. day the UK approved the vaccine from Fizer and bio and tech last week U. S. regulators give the vaccine a positive review today and will have a public hearing Thursday with a similar process next week for Madonna's vaccine candidate meantime you results suggest a possible vaccine from Oxford university and AstraZeneca eve sleep at about seventy percent of Bective with experts saying it's likely to be approved despite lower levels of protection than the other vaccines Sager made Donnie Washington

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Kyle Rittenhouse to stand trial on charges of shooting 3 men at Kenosha protest

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Rittenhouse to stand trial on charges of shooting 3 men at Kenosha protest

"Illinois teen charged with killing protesters wisconsin. We'll have to face all of the charges at trial after his latest court appearance today. Fox's jeff monosso has this live kenosha county judge. Lauren keating denies motions to drop to of six charges against kyle. Rittenhouse is accused of killing two men and injuring another in late august during rioting and protests in kenosha with a case now moving forward i do find it has demonstrated because at in this case salaries were committed relating to the council the complaint. I buying over a as such as cause. Further insists that this defendant committed those felonies relating houses. Attorneys say video evidence proves their case that the teen acted in self defense arraignment for rittenhouse is set for next month

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How to move forward with China

Between The Lines

09:16 min | 1 year ago

How to move forward with China

"To fourteen point list of grievances via the australian media. Second wine joined beef. Bali timber lobster call among our exports that the chinese communist party has imposed tariffs on. And then that tweet. This is the tweet of the posting of a digitally altered of an australian soldier about to slit the throat of an afghan child. The chinese embassy issuing a bellicose statement the rage in roar of some ustralian politicians and media was misreading and reaction. It said to deflect public attention from the horrible atrocities by sickness soldiers and to blame china for the worsening of bilateral ties. So what's going on. He and asha camera respond. Jeff rabi is a former australian ambassador to the people's republic of china and he's author of china's grand strategy and australia's feature in the new global order. That's just been published and it's available in all good bookstores jeff. Welcome back to the show so some great to be back now. I your thoughts about beijing's response to australia in recent weeks so we have that list of the foreign complaints the wind terrace and of course that tweet while a say i up disappointing to see the slights that have been made After the two quite constructive comments at the triumph prime minister a last week quite clearly. The prime minister was Diplomatically signaling That there was a strong wish to start a process of getting back to some sort of more normal relationship between the two countries the product make though it sounds dramatic when you run those three things together the way you have done that certainly not the same thing. And i'm not sure that they're all necessarily coordinated. I mean the fourteen points clearly seems to be freelancing by the embassy on matters that well known and in the public record in any case at a very odd way of putting something out if you leak it to a channel nine television crew that seems to be pretty casual behavior by the embassy then the tariff spo there has been a processing trained for months on the wind tariffs and i do understand that that was the normal process and the strain companies were busily making written submissions as part of that process. And then the tweet The present time it sounds like it's been contrived by the chinese foreign ministry as individual action. it was a tweet that was particularly widely on social media by a now nationalist artist and twitter and the foreign ministry spokesperson on his private twitter account. Pinder to name and so it's philippine. Middle level action doesn't really look to millions of any of these really coordinated broad cross section of the australian people just looking at the y. People who've responded this week is there is outrage and surely win china. does things like. This doesn't make it harder for people like you because you've been an eminent company on this issue for several years now. Hugh watt a bobcar. Pass gas on this program. Of course the former prime minister paul keating. Doesn't it make it hot. A all of you to make the case that al leaders should try to rebuild trust with such a regime yet. I can understand the public outrage especially the media is going into overdrive steer and just as you have said running all these things together as a coordinated action from the state It does make it harder to get sensible constructive discussion going a story about how we deal with these things. I like to find myself in such august company as you outlined. And you might add gareth evans. Many others that to the group as well but it certainly history doesn't help and it's difficult context in which to conduct foreign policy. What we're seeing is what is like to live in the situation with china relationships In a very poor state now. Other people in camera that i see welcome this their peopling camera who have the view that bad relations with china are inevitable. This is the new normal. We should get used to it and lupus it while the questioning myself. And the august company you've being linking me with. Is this the best interest of australia. And it also basic question. Your what has australia down to bring on china's in this way why you think china is picking on again. Picking on is quite pejorative. They're not doing this to other states. Our other key point. And i would phrase that differently tom i would say how is it that astray amongst like minded friends and allies other liberal democracies in the world in the region why's at the trial has become an outlaw and i think that really needs to be part of the public discussion. Isn't the reason. The australia is so over exposed to chinese pressure in beijing. Nosy so the chinese leaders going to inflict pain on australia whenever they can't australia. And not the other like minded way boy more. In other countries we ought to forty percent of our exports to china. No other country has that kind of exposure. I prefer countries in the region. China is by far the largest trading power. I mean that exposure would be the same for korea south korea which is liberal democracy in the region. it would be near that level. For nearly all the countries in the east asian region china is the dominant economic patna of all of the countries in the region and that is just a fact at its reflects. The extent to which china has grown as the dominant economic power in east asia. Alexander downer. The former. Foreign minister says that now's the time to reduce our exposure to china. But what everyone is saying. There's nothing new novel in that. And obviously when people start to realize that we are going to have for a long time a difficult and challenging relationship with china's manage. That's a fairly obvious. Point to make interesting from In addition to being former minister former director of the board of while clay. And very active Proponent in boosting. Australia china trade relations phrase time as soon as minister and i work very closely with him in that and i think we achieved a lot. So why wouldn't you wanna diversify every sensible business. Every sensible company diversifies the port made over and over again on this aspect is that it's going to be very hard. Because of the absolute scale and growth and prosperity of china. You are a foreign policy realist. All gripe house ruthless and that includes chana hardball at every turn and the stronger. China gets the more likely to throw its wide around now to the extent. These realist analysis is correct. How on earth do we solve. this problem. absolutely correct agree with all those points. Another point that needs to be made. And you don't make it much tom. And your pride yourself as being a realist and that is the relationship is asymmetrical that is effect. We need china. More than china needs us. This is not a comfortable place for us to be but it's a place we are. It's a place where we're stack and will remain and so We need to work out how to manage that relationship and we haven't done a particularly good job of a judging by the state rewritten today. So although you express yourself in a different way you essentially gray with the foreign policy realists professor join me shauna regular guest on this program and he argues that his china's power increases its definition of its national interests will grow and then beijing will seek a survey influence in areas on which its future security and prosperity dependent in response. The us will go to great lengths to stop china's rises. It essentially. your argument is well up a poet. I'm a great Admire of joint mish as well. I differ with him on a couple of points but his analysis and arguments have been hugely influential in helping me shape my thinking about these But i put on sphere of influence is. I think that's already happened. I think china is the dominant paranagua this at length in my book in eurasia from the east china sea to also china is the dominant parent. That's happened largely because sanctions against russia poor economic performance by russia Pushback from from europe against russia has meant that brushes had to cede to china's ascendancy in eurasia and so very part of the world. And i think we now live in a world of michigan talks about a world of two great powers with boundary orders and in the question then becomes is some equilibrium at stable between the two. And i believe there is.

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"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Com presents. Salvation begins now last things. First with deacon james keating you can keating is a professor of spiritual theology and a spiritual director at kendrick glennon seminary and saint louis missouri in the past he has served as the director of theological formation at the institute for priestly formation located in omaha nebraska geeking keating has conducted over four hundred workshops in the areas of morality and spirituality. Deacon keating is author of numerous books including the way of mystery and listening for truth. Ovation begins now last things. First with deacon james keating. I'm your host. Chris mcgregor welcome taking katie. Thank you as we are all born. There will be a point where we will all die and that is probably one of the most fearful things that we contemplate in our heart. More often the nat. We don't want to contemplate it at all to eat because death immediately puts us in the position of having to think about separation and what is one of the greatest principles in christian anthropology is. The human being is meant for communion even though we don't necessarily articulated this way the fear of death run so deep in us because it's it's counter to human nature and dignity as god foresaw human beings. We were meant just for a temporal and eternal communion between and among ourselves and with god so death is always about evil and evil rupturing what is still within us as a great hope that we will day in communion with god and one another and so when evil entered death entered in the fear of death. Is this wrenching. Fear that i will be alone and Without communion the human being is no longer human and so it's a whole deep and penetrating anxiety about what happens to someone who appears to disintegrate and leave all relationships behind to go into this state of absolute aloneness. Even as we see singularly person laying in a casket or a person singularly alone laying in their deathbed we see that no one can reach them and they can't reach anyone and so deep in the fear of death is deep in our fear of loneliness isolation in the end. Really of the human identity which is communion and the catechism number ten thirty. It's speaks to the issue that quote all who die in god's grace and friendship but still imperfectly. Purified are indeed assured of their eternal salvation but after death they undergo purification so as to achieve the holiness necessary to the joy of heaven will hear again when we when we talk about purgatory after death it's founded upon the first principle of christian understanding of death. And that is that through baptism. We've allowed the mystery of jesus to so penetrate. Our hearts are being our body that his resurrection his spirit which is eternal now is housed in our finite body and so the first thing we have to affirm in principle is that for those who have allowed jesus to enter an abide in them. There is a deep hope that even this apparent aloneness. And even this apparent lack of communion in-depth itself is not the last word jesus word which has filled us since baptism is the alpha and the omega the beginning and the end jesus word is the last word and throughout revelation in the four gospels. Jesus promised his followers that even the most frightening aspects of our mortality death itself he has entered and he has brought light to and so that we ought not be afraid that life ends with what is apparently the beginning of a time of isolation loneliness and even in some ways non-existence because simply looking at a dead person. It is very hard to ascertain obviously the hope of christianity. But we don't hope in what we see. We hope in what we believe in what we believe is jesus conquered death and if his spirit is in us then his spirit will see to it in communion with our own identities his spirit will see to it that we too will live forever in him with him and through him so once we affirm that there is such a thing as eternal life. The question comes up. What of those christians who have been baptized who when death comes are not fully in line with the virtues in the graces of the christian life what happens to the person who dies who is not a saint and this is i a question of justice in love for we know what the trinity is. The trinity is pure eternal beauty and love and only that which is pure and loving and beautiful can participate in the trinity so by right humans have no claim upon eternal life or upon participating in the love between the father and the son in the holy spirit for we are weak when we are sinful but the greatest joy that we have is god loves us. Anyway that's our deepest love goes. He loves us so much that he wants to include his creatures his creation in his love and he wants the creation in the creatures to be involved in the reciprocity of love between the father and the son forever and ever and so now that we know the depth of god's love we know too that we are not worthy to enter it and so for those who die with sin albeit not mortal sin but venial sin a sin that hampers the relationship but does not extinguish it for those who die inconvenience in what happens. How could they fully participate in the beauty and glory and love of the trinity when they die with sin and so. The church with the help of revelation. The churches ascertained that when a person dies in the meeting.

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Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2M bond

Pacifica Evening News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2M bond

"Year old from Illinois, who's charged with killing two people during a protest in was constant. And his case has become a rallying cry for some right wingers in the US posted $2 million bail today and was released from custody. Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of fatally shooting Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding gauge Gross hurts. During a demonstration August 25th that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He busted bond through Jack Illinois, told police he was attacked while he was guarding a business and then he fired in self defense. He faces multiple charges, including intentional homicide, reckless endangerment and being a minor in possession of a firearm. Wisconsin law doesn't permit minors to carry or possess a gun unless they're hunting. He's due back in court on December 3rd for a preliminary hearing. This case has taken on political over towns. Supporters of the Black lives matter Movement of painted written house as a trigger happy white supremacist. Conservatives that portrayed him as the Patriot exercising his right to bear arms during unrest Legal Defense Fund for him is attracted millions of dollars in donations, and his mother got a standing ovation from women at a Lakisha County Republican function in September. Cuba's father, John Huber. Ask Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Loran Keating during a hearing on November 2nd two set Britain houses bail between four and five and $10 million. Uber said Rittenhouse thinks he's above the law and noted the effort to raise money on his behalf. He also suggested militia groups would hide him from police if he were to be released.

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"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Or a visit to the eucharist. It's not a habit anymore. Temptation may come the habit. That christ is trying to end. Give him the intimacy of your heart so that he can get in there and end the habit but know that the struggle the crucifixion. That you're undergoing now to rid yourself of this sin is not a sentence it will end and you will have new affections number five on the list and i think this is. My favorite is be grateful to god for the simplicity of life. Because as you just pointed out when you look at the lives of the saints once they're able to turnover as you just so beautifully explained. they have this gratefulness. You can just see it in the joy. They are grateful for the simplicity of life. This is where our consumer culture truly truly goes against what we're trying to have borne in us. The consumer culture is continually telling us that we lack something as americans we are defined by what we lack of christ is continually trying to tell us that you're already full. You're already have all that you need as a human being if you have god. This is not some stupid ridiculous pie. In the sky theory out Material poverty somehow will disappear or something like that material poverty. As one example of human evil material poverty will only disappear when humans decide it will disappear and those humans that decide it will disappear. We have a better chance that those humans who decide the poverty will disappear. Are those humans that have been affected by their love of god within their heart where they really truly decide that life is full when life is full of being loved by god and being loved by family and friends the simple life and here again. We distinguish the simple life for material poverty material. Poverty is evil that we have to fight against the simple life is a life we all must strive for. Even those in material poverty should strive to live a simple life and the simple life is a life that is ordered toward relationships. Not things the moral life is ordered toward relationships. The simpler the more peaceful and the happier would become the more it is ordered toward the acquiring of things the more frantic the more restless the more anxious we are because we're always trying to satisfy those who have defined us as people who lack something whether it's the media or advertising or whether it's just trends that we see in our pure group someone is out there always trying to say that i'm not good enough and that i lack something that definition if that's the definition we live out of that's the definition that will truly make us anxious and give us a restless heart. It's the simple life that we want to lead the simple life is the one that makes room for people and persons divine persons angelic persons. Saintly people and that the communion that we have with these persons is the fullness of our of our life communion we have with them the fullness of our life that type of simplicity is both gift and task. We have to start making decisions that render that former definition. I'm an american. Therefore i lack stuff. We have to make that definition something in our past. I am baptized in the name of the father. The son and the holy spirit. That's my identity. That's my definition. And the more. I live into that mystery. The more live into communion the more rich the more full the more peaceful. My life will be i will be living the very definition of the simple life. I will beginning. I will begin to taste heaven because my true identity comes from relationships. Can the christian be extravagant. The christian could be extravagant. Generosity we don't want to confuse extravagance with gaudy we ought not be gaudy. We will not be showy the christian. This of communion will understand that everything that he or she has attained or been given is only been attained or given to be given. I have come not to be served but to serve. That's the great mystery that lives in us and so we discern where off. I serve who i give the gifts that i have been given what i give those gifts to. We can never be too extravagant in giving those gifts. The american popular culture teaches us to be gaudy or showy we can be extravagant insult giving and silence the world before such charity. We can silence the world before such dirty listening for truth praying our way to virtue it help us taking keating in these final moments on reflecting what comes to your mind as the ultimate outcome then of entering into this this great journey of prayer the ultimate outcome of prayer is truly the relationship that we are gifted with a with god. There there's no other reward is no other gift. Don't look for anything else as the saints. Telus don't look for the constellation of god. Look for god. Don't look for the effects of being with god look for god and of course in the early stages of the spiritual life. This is disappointing. Because we project onto god all that we project onto our friends or family members. I wonder what i can get out of this relationship and god becomes terribly disappointing because he does in. Give the stuff that we want or think we need. God primarily has one gift in one gift only his son. Jesus is giving us that gift. He continues to give us that gift. You will give us that gift for all eternity in heaven and the great question for all of our conversions is. Is that enough for you. Is jesus enough. Real is having relationships of love with those who also loved. Jesus and jesus himself is that where your heart rest is that fulfillment for you. That.

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The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

The LEADx Show

05:33 min | 2 years ago

The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

"And then that's why i'm voting for now that's a that's going to be like. What the heck did we say. We just missed that cold cut. Sean so i i mentioned were talking mainly for forbes. We're gonna take this audio. Put it out as a cast as well and I want everyone who's listening and stuff to to know that this is kind of interesting. I mean i was just decided. I'm going to watch a documentary. While i'm on my treadmill and so choose brand new recommended for me net flicks versus the world on amazon prime which reading from imdb the story of how a tiny broke silicon valley startup slew giants of the movie rental world warded off amazon and forced movie making and distribution into the digital age. And i was blown away by it. And i mean like who made this thing and then i said who shone coffin and i want to make sure i don't forget so i i learn a little bit about you from your website. Texas movie director dot com. I then started stalking you on twitter. Where you're handle is dude versus movie. And that's a dude. Vs movie and i reached out and said hey man. I'm a fan from a couple of angles a the netflix's story but also what it's like to be an indie moviemaker these days. Do you wanna talk and you were nice enough to say yes. So welcome to the cast. Thanks for chatting for forbes. Thanks for having me. I mean when you reached out. Like i've i've actually used twitter to reach out to people that watch the movie. So it's it's interesting to talk to people from like south. Africa are vancouver or across the pond in england. Because you know as a you know Independent moviemaker here in austin texas outside of hollywood itself. It's it's cool to have your work seen around the world expr- especially when it was a. It was a tough hill to climb so to speak to get the film ned. Well we'll get more into that in a second but so how. How did you get into the movie making business. What's your back when you look like a pretty young guy so to have something like you know out there like this seems pretty. Cool my Camera must be doing good things for me. 'cause i'm i'm thirty seven i have Four children and they definitely make me look tired. all the No so i I went to i. I went to college here in austin at university of texas to become the next you know mcconnell. Hey no no. I'm a texan. So i wanted to university of texas to get a film degree in the graduated I worked on a few independent films. Here in austin and then started working for tv on a show called room raiders. The basically someone would go through three different rooms in based on that they would decide who they went on a date with So yes oh. That show ended up getting canceled. But i moved out to la. And i did a celebrity interviews and red carpets for a platform call cannot lose which is a european station and i worked for the spanish version of that and so i was out there in hollywood for bed and and most most people in la will attest to this. Like you're not going to own a house in l. a. Unless like you're like a millionaire. You're hitting a big. We decided although i loved l. a. in i loved what i did out in la. I wanted to move back to texas. I could actually own a house tonight. And i ended up back out here but i always had the desire to kind of a make movies and like i said before having poor children young girls madeta girls In my wife having a successful career herself documentary as is what you can do. Is you could go fly somewhere for a week. Flight home to be with the family and everything so That's that's what i did in the first movie i worked on. There is a couple of guys making a trying to raise money to make a documentary about nickelodeon. And i grew up in that nickelodeon like i loading kid like. I didn't have the disney channel nickelodeon so it was definitely something that i was like. Well i'm used to interview in celebrities in such such like that. So i can jump onto this project and help them because Interviewing people for movies. Like tom cruise and will smith and everything. I knew the nickelodeon people weren't going to be above that level. So i was are used to working with a high profile tile talent so i came on there I helped shoot. I helped edit. And i helped produce and then at the end of that. I was looking on the next project i wanted to do in the book and i don't. I don't read a lot. Because i'm always jumping from show to show or working on different cell for spending time with my family but i read this book. That's called netflix. That epic battle for america's eyeballs which gina keating wrote. And it was. it was about netflixing their origin. That would be a great documentary. So i reach out turn. I was like hey. I'm starting my next documentary. I would love to interview you. She said why Actually started my documentary Maybe we should team up. And so that's how the the movie started.

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President Trump's sister criticizes him in secret audio

Extreme Genes Family History Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump's sister criticizes him in secret audio

"Reporting reporting They've They've obtained obtained hours hours of of audio audio from from President President Trump's Trump's sister, sister, Marianne, Marianne, describing him as a liar who can't be trusted. ABC is Rachel Scott, with the latest Donald's out. Donald theory is reported 15 hours of conversation have not been verified by ABC News. The Post reports. It was secretly recorded by the president's niece, Mary Trump. Her recent book accuses the president. A practicing Keating as a way of life. You write that when the president was trying to Transfer from Fordham. Depend he had someone else in my name Joe Shapiro. Take his s a T s. This is 1960 for how do you know that? Um, I've been told this by people in my family President Trump's response every day. It's something the Trump

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NASA astronauts splash down in SpaceX Dragon capsule, capping historic mission

Kim Komando

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

NASA astronauts splash down in SpaceX Dragon capsule, capping historic mission

"Capsule with US astronauts on board returning to earth using an ocean splash down all going well, especially with the scalding reentry. That was the 12 minute reentry into the Earth's atmosphere, And that's where the heat shield comes into effect. It's 3500 degrees fair. The hype is like a giant fireball coming in, and everything went absolutely perfectly All those Apollo missions by the way, 45 plus years ago back in the late sixties and seventies. Follow those capsules with those astronauts splashed down in the Pacific is the 1st 1 has splashed down right off the coast of Florida boxes. Phil Keating. NASA astronauts Bob Banking and Doug Hurley back home after two months stint On board the international space Station,

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‘The Outpost’: A War Film Remembers the Fallen

Pat Thurston

06:14 min | 2 years ago

‘The Outpost’: A War Film Remembers the Fallen

"There's a lot of talk about this film That's based on a book that was written by Jake Tapper called the Outpost and the Holy Moly. I mean, for those of us looking for a molecular altering war drama in this age of sheltering in place. Isn't this movie The outpost? It's an Afghanistan war drama film directed by the always reliable and former film critic Rod Laurie. And, as you said, Based on the 2012 nonfiction book, The Outpost and Untold Story of American Valor by Jake Tapper. And It's about the Battle of Cam Desh, which I knew nothing about which happened in 2009 in northern Afghanistan when 300 Taliban attacked the American outpost, Keating Which was built in a remote valley that was completely surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountains. And this was one of several outposts that the I learned this from watching. The movie is one of several outposts of the US Army established in 2006 in northern Afghanistan, whose purpose was to connect with the locals and stop the flow of weapons and Taliban fighters from Pakistan. So, but this outpost was literally at low ground. It was surrounded by mountains, so in a way the American soldiers who were stationed there We're sitting ducks for the Taliban. In fact, as the movie says, in the beginning of one analyst maintains that this particular outpost must might just as well have been called Camp Custer because everyone at the outpost was probably going to die. So at least you the viewer right from the get go because they Tell you a lot of this. In the beginning, you know the kind of war story you're going to be in for and what's going to follow, and this movie was anti war and anti war movies. They come very powerful, very visceral, very intense. And in one sense, it's nothing we haven't seen before. When I was watching it. I thought of movies like Paths of Glory in all quiet on the western Front of Gallipoli. But that doesn't take away from the fact that from the You know this story and the power and the intensity of what is an extremely well crafted and well acted movie. In a way it's torturing us having to sit through. This is kind of like Black Hawk down. It kind of reminded me of that, too, because you know, it ain't going to turn out well for these soldiers. There's a slow burning build up and the seeds are slowly sewn to a build up of what amounts to a 45 on screen. Massacre, but it's awfully good. I mean this movie if you have the stomach for it, and it brings, you know brings with it. A message seems to have to repeat it constantly and books and in movies and in history books you know before humanity decides it wants nothing more to do with wars and alternative. The conflict. It's It's a powerful anti war statement that says war is Hell. War's pointless wars. Ridiculous and you know, but we seem to Be constantly involved in them. And anyway, the movie was scheduled to premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival this year, but it was canceled because of the cove it on 19 pandemic, But it's going to be released via video undermanned beginning today. So happy for the July everybody, holy cows. We put you through the wringer. You know, it's funny to remember you were you were talking earlier We were talking What? We have been talking about this about missing the big screen experience. Yes, yes and When this When this length came to review, there was a letter attached to it. I'm sure everybody got this all the critics, but I just wanted to read because the cracks because, Hey, hey, this is Rob Laurie, the director of the outpost. I am excited. You're going to be one of the first people to see our film, on the other hand is, I am sure doesn't surprise you. It's a bit of a bummer that I am unable to show this to you. The way was originally intended on the big ass screen with the full visual scope and sound every inch of this film was designed to make it a fully immersive experience. Dance boy Waas mean I even on the small screen. It was particularly the battle, which takes up the second half of the film. So from the person who made this film to a fellow film lover, I would ask you to please try and replicate the theater experience as much as possible. And by that, I mean that you watched the movie and a single uninterrupted way and on the largest possible screen with the best multi channel sound system you have available. Please take care to watch it in a darkened room with appropriate minimal theater lighting is there are a few nights Seems that may get lost otherwise, and on a technical note, I would kindly ask that you make sure the streaming player is set to stream at 11080 p or better this will ensure the best possible picture within the limitations of the player. In other words, please if you can know, watching it on your iPhone or your laptop that Zai anyway, I just thought that was it was a hoot. That's really funny, but I get it. I mean, I understand why he wants you to watch it in the best quality that you possibly can. Absolutely and Well, I did watch it on a computer. It was a big computer screen. But I'm telling you, I can't imagine seeing this on the big screen. I mean, you'd never be the same under really You'd have to be literally carried out. It's that powerful a movie. I really recommend it. But just with the caveat that you know it's a tough watch. But it it really takes you into this hopeless battle. Um, And there's a little bit of one little, maybe one or two rays of light at the end, But oh, and I also want to say, I want to mention this to everybody Thinking of watching the movie stated it is the end credits come 10 minutes before the actual movie. Watch it to the end to the end, because there's a lot of Great stuff in the end credits that I don't even want to go into. But it might be easy to just turn it off. At one point. Where are we watching? It is called almost and it's on. It's on. It's on video D as of today, Okay? Okay. Happy Fourth of July outpost. Okay, outpost,

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"keating" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

24:29 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"keating" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

28:32 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"Hi. On this episode of Trick Capsule Two thousand two conversation during the run of Star Trek enterprise with its weapons officer Dominic Keating. Who Played Malcolm Recourse? Let's go to the conversation. I kind of see that trip and Malcolm are kind of like Scotty from the original series kind of split in half. And I see that Malcolm is. Has scotties ability to tinker and to fix things and while trip has kind of like Scotties. Charm had cut has a more global. You know a look over the engine room, although you're not really an engineer, the weapons officer but. You do have that from from from Scotty that you have that ability to tinker. That crossed my mind. Save it. Say Yeah here. Yet they made they made Malcolm Clam, but I didn't really expect it, but they made me kind of action. Man If you will. Yeah. I the first drop to one knee, and pointed Faiza and I didn't expect that. I sort of feel that they've play him as Much more of a cerebral. Say that he hasn't got rain, but some. But, I didn't expect to be quite so Cowboys engine. And I'm glad for the white. House is quite like the ackerman quality. You Know Apropos. You know being the tinkering guy. I'm just saying when I've I. Mean I know Carly. Then carbonation I met with the original series is that we're getting back to walk? roddenberry had envisaged. Is set out with this concept about taking a bunch of wagons space. And you know the feet of the show is. Something like. You know a pioneering submarine and space as it were. And Where humanity prevails, but it's Lord and. Lands by mistakes and you know we we don't go? Altogether politically correctly. and. Generally impace, but we will. We will shoot you out of this guy. We need to. There was a great episode you just had which I thought did a lot for kind of getting a for us to know Malcolm. More in that was minefield. Yeah, I watched it last night. God that was a tough episode man. I tell you when. Finished product you got. I mean they. the mother of all costume. Weigh a ton. They thick rubber. You sweat out of pounds that we well..

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Hello My name is Dick Almighty Gutierrez and I want to ask you to support this winning hearts and a special way. We even Chris Mcgregor the board and I all know not. Everyone listening can help financially. We know we have listeners. From all parts of the world and we have made a commitment since the beginning to make the truth shared through turning hearts totally free so while you may not be able to contribute financially which can do is certainly pray but also gives positive reviews on whatever platform you used to listen to us I tunes Android Stitcher spotify however it is that you get these podcasts. Or if you're on youtube and you like our videos please give us a good rating and write a review. The more good ratings reviews we get. The higher profile in the more listeners will discover US listeners. Who may have the means to contribute in the future please consider rating us in writing a positive review? Today we now return to the way of mystery with Deacon James Katie in service of the word that is what we're called as lay persons to be able to bear witness. There are those in the church who have been called forward and received the gift of holy orders to be able to be a a stronger light for all of us and that. I'm speaking of the Deacon it as those Primary Proclaim Errs of the Gospel and servants of that word. The dig is very unique vocation. Today it's fascinating to me that it arose at the Second Vatican Council the same council that rediscovered an articulated so beautifully the universal call to holiness in other words the lay persons call to holiness too at the same council where the deactivate rose the lady rose so to speak and I think that was not coincidental. Conspiratorial of the Holy Spirit. Because as we move deeper into a theology of deactivate we are seeing that the unique unique. Call the Deacon to be a cleric embedded in the secular world because most deacons are not fully employed by the church They have a secular employment This may be changing. More and more deacons are becoming employed by the church but as it stands right. Now is the Deacon as a cleric who lives allay life and There's unique gift to that and that gift. I think could help fulfill which what I think is the last really unfulfilled teaching of the Second. Vatican council and that is the lay person's role as transformer of culture not as enabler of interest Zeal Ministry That's been taken care of We are good at that. Now and most diocese have formation programs for Intra Ministers the last point though is the transformation of culture who who among the Laity are going to be martyrs for Christ and as an envoy from the Bishop the Deacon stands poised to understand both the lay life and the mysteries of the altar in a very unique contributing way to the spirituality of the layperson and as this deactivated unfolds and again. It's only forty some years now so it's pretty new again. Although that has a long tradition in the early church but as this deactivate vocation unfolds. I think we will see deeper collaboration between the Carrozza of deactivate and the and the completion of the Second Vatican Council's call that the lay person is to transform culture because the Deacon might be in a position to extend the liturgy of the word through retreats and Cata cases and formation in the social teachings of the Catholic Church in a way that can truly unleash the knowledge of the Laity about their own dignity and also give them impart somewhat courage for more of them to stand up for the issues of social justice and issues of charity that that are called upon each day in the secular world. And so there's a deep mutuality between the end this flowering of the secular identity of the Laity. At least that would be the hope that these two lives can actually give birth to the hope of the second back in council that the lay person transforms the world for Christ. And lastly on this just would say that I think the liturgy of the word also has to be extended in adult faith formation. The Liturgy of the word is just the beginning. The beginning of the breaking out of revelation to God's own people that has to be more explicitly defined in explored in Leisure in leisure time and so a good faith. Adult Faith Formation Program is an extension of the liturgy of the word an hour a week a couple of hours a month where competent people are looking into the catechism and forming the minds of business leaders medical leaders nursing leaders educators People who just stay at home and raise their children. Whether it's the dad or the mom but bringing all manner of Laity in touch with this mystery of Christ in a more leisurely contemporary of mode so they have a chance to ask questions that they have a chance to explore more deeply this mystery with one another so the liturgy of the word is never complete at the end of the mass. It has to have resonance has to continue in good quality. Adult faith formation part of that taking in God's word to us and praying with that and allowing it to rest with us in those moments of silence that were hopefully given during each proclamation. Is that response in faith of the creed that we carry that marks us as people and in particular during the Sunday liturgy than it is Credo. It is who we are. And it's the response right. It's this we stand at the creed. After the word of God is proclaimed in the homily we stand in and we say we believe. The communal dimension is very strong in the cree. This is what we stand for. We believe in the father the son the Holy Spirit we believe in the church All of these key components of our faith life we then stand in proclaim and as we stand in proclaim them. What we're doing to some extent is we are also taking in and owning the revelation that went before because we would never have the creed without the liturgy of the word. We'd never have the creed without the Bible and so we're we. We see the revelation we meditate a little bit on it and the homily and then we all stand and that revelation is then solidified in us. We believe here's what the revelation of God has taught us that there's a father. There's a son that there's the Holy Spirit that the saints us and that there is the church and all of this comes from revelation which just was explored in proclaimed in the liturgy of the word. And so it's a capstone so to speak of the liturgy of the word and because we believe we know that God hears our prayers is in conversation with us by responding to those prayers may not always in the way that we anticipate but as a community we offer for The world for the Church for so many other things outside of ourselves and the prayers of the Faithful. What we have is the conscience fully awake fully alive. All immorality begins when we do not see the other. We do not see the other. We will do immoral things to them. We will objectify them. We will use them in our fearing in our lost inaugurated we will use other people. What the prayer of the faithful does is it really is the establishment of our open. Is I see the poor. I see those who are homeless. I see those who have no food. I see those who are struggling in their marriages. I see the sick child upon his her bed in the hospital. I see the lonely elderly person. I see where there is war. There needs to be piece. I see I see as a result of having been seen by God in the Liturgy of the word that God has come. God is come to us. God is come to me and when God is done with us he shows us. The poor shows us anyone and everyone who is in need and US out of this liturgy of the word erupts this cry from the Church to help the poor for God to help them. The greatest poverty of all is to sin and so the prayer. The faithful basically is a prayer that cries out to God for help in our sinfulness pathetic. We are in our sinfulness. We need God's help help us. Lord get out of our own way so that we might see others and bring your word to others so that they may be released so that we might set free those who are captive so we moved from the liturgy of the word to stand and to proclaim what we believe and then the prayer of the faithful reminds us what we have to live. If we so believe we have to live like people with eyes wide open who see the poor. The poverty of seeing the poverty sickness economic poverty and to respond to serve those who are poor out of the power of the liturgy of the word not our power out of the power of the liturgy of the word. Lord hear our prayer. Thank you so much Deacon James Keating and thank you for joining us until next time.

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Oklahoma City bombing remembered by virtual commemoration, 25 years later

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Oklahoma City bombing remembered by virtual commemoration, 25 years later

"And concerns about covert nineteen forcing a change in how the twenty fifth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing that killed one hundred sixty eight people is being commemorated in a streamed and broadcast production the people who were there that day are remembering the governor's office has bullet proof windows and yet you could hear this couple more Frank Keating was Oklahoma governor in nineteen ninety five while the bombing cast a pall over the community something else happened to we saw the impact

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"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"We have crucifixes in every room. I mean that's just that's it for us. It's always a it's he. He dwells there. It's mark it's a reminder in every place we are and a but even for us. I think sometimes we take it for granted. It's not just a home decor you know in F- for ME I. I'll be the first one to say. Maybe that's what it became for Awhile. Home Decor True Sacremental Especially the the blessed Chris. Fix It carries a grace with it and Each time when we pass it in our own home or maybe we should even touch. You're just Bauer had before it or say quite prayer before it. It's there for that reason to give us the grace of deepening our own faith in the savior. There's a passage from a work by Carol. How slander that has stayed with me for. Oh Gosh probably good fifteen years since my I read it and ultimately it's the culmination of what happens on Good Friday and in one line. She just sums it all up. She Goes. This is the day we killed. God yes and that's always such a horrific sentence in but we should say more often than we do And again like anything starkly true. Sometimes we ask it in cover it but her language The day we killed God. And that's been repeated again and again without being too dramatic. It's repeated every time we sin every time we sin. We are choosing to separate ourselves from God's life and in a in a burst of mental illness. We think we can design our own life so that separation is like a killing or adapt and so again. That's the ragged history of humankind. Does that we are. We are more stupid than we think. We are because we keep repeating the same error not only generation generation but we keep repeating the same era in our own short brief lifetime. How many times have we repented? And gone to the sacrament of reconciliation. We still don't get it. We still think that choosing a life of separation from God will somehow give us life the great satanic temptation only the really simple not even the intellectual but only the really simple minded in other words. The person with a clear mind will be the one who says you know what this temptation that keeps coming back to me to separate myself from God is idiotic and from here on in. I refused to do it. I want to stay in the stream of life. I don't want to go away towards death anymore. And of course this is the triumph of the saints but yeah we killed God. That's our great crime. That's our great shame but our great glory through the use of the blessed mother is that That distance between God was reconciled in the flesh of one man Jesus now we had better Become beguiled by that man so that we can be rectified before God as well for many around the world this time particularly in this hemisphere Springtime is coming and tomorrow probably be hopefully for many a brighter day than it's been maybe son Mormon out. It's a day that for the actions of what happens on. Good Friday though it almost demands. What the Scripture says? It demands rain a thunderclap lightning wrenching veils and all kinds of things and yet even in this time of the pandemic. It's almost as though you know. Were we want to be in that light? We want to have the sunshine. There's nothing wrong with that but there's a isn't there it's like we almost want to have the drama of everything and yet the sun keeps bursting in something keeps bursting in to make it not as gloomy am. Am I making sense about? Sometimes we have to. We want to dramatize with Friday. Maybe even to help our emotional life connect with the death of Jesus and so I know people say I hate when Good Friday as sunny. 'cause it's contradiction to what. I'm supposed to be feeling but you know we live in. We live in the constant knowledge which is truly astounding. We think of it. Even the apostles didn't have the knowledge we have. We live in the constant knowledge of the complete tritium. So we don't have to artificially feel sad on Good Friday. We don't have to artificially be joyful on on Easter. We have always had the full Christ before us. We are always three hundred sixty five days a year. Meditating on what? We are concentrating now in these three days and this concentration is a great gift for us especially for those who maybe forget the mystery us all the time but it can help our prayer life sometimes to be more subdued on. Good Friday just like it can help are pro-life to be more joyful music flowers on on Easter Sunday. That's just are in Carnet state as human beings but we hold the whole mystery in us all the time. Yeah I think it was one of my kids longtime ago. Such me but mom. Why don't they just call it bad? Friday? It's a bad day. It's a really bad day. Why don't we just call? Why are we call it? Good Friday I I all. It's a good. That's a good question. You know you try to explain the importance of the the sacrifice and the great love gift and everything like that. But it's hard I mean my. Don't we just call it bad? Friday. This was a bad day. Probably because what we're talking about here is that theologically. It's impossible to call a bad because we know the ending and we also know the one who went through it and we also know that the we're good as sort of a euphemism for sacred is like this is just the holiest days. Just call it sacred Friday. That would be good secret. Friday would be great. That'd be a great title. Well any final thoughts on this Particular Day Deacon Keating in two thousand twenty when the world is so crazy. We'll just remember in intercessory prayer all of those families now well into the thousands who've actually experienced death in their family during this horrible virus that this. Good Friday is going to be a particular burden. Easter is going to be a particular burden for them so as members of the body of Christ we want to intercede for those families who have lost a husband and father ally for mother to this dreadful disease and we commend them to the most sacred heart of Jesus and we ask him to console these families and for anyone who was sick in the hospital and particularly to grow very close to the healthcare workers and to console them especially in their fears are in their weariness. So Good Friday has a particular meaning this year for all of those families and we also asked the Holy Spirit to give wisdom to our secular leaders so that they stand their ground and that they remain true to what reason and science is telling us and to non-tobacco to political pressure or the irrationality of people. Who Don't see clearly so we asked the wisdom of the Holy Spirit to come upon our secular leaders as well and then we do ask for some quiet time on Good Friday and to take those crucifixes not only from the wall but pressed against our hearts. You know you brought up a point at the in the liturgy there. The eighteen prayers of intercession at the time. When we for a lot of Catholics standing up nailing down standing up kneeling down and but is because it's supposed to incorporate all of us all of our actions. This is this Good Friday good Fridays. Thank you Deconncini. Because it really is the great day of Intercession hasn't it yes it is and that's what. Jesus was doing from the Cross. It was interesting to the world and so in him through We do the same. Could you give a blessing on this? Good Friday. We miss those. I think the blessing Lord Jesus Christ Son Living God we thank you for Calvary we thank you for your yes always to the father so that the perfect man was present to humanity upon the cross. You are that perfect man because you are God and humanity reconciled. We wish that to Jesus we wish to be reconciled to you biggest. Good Friday. Be That Day of reconciliation. And we ask you to watch over us into bless all of us the name of the father the son and the Holy Spirit Amen. Thank you so much taking money. Now we're off to more probably one of the most mysterious days of them all holy Saturday. Thank you thank you. 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"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

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"keating" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on The Big 98

"Ninety seven point Keating cooling electrical studios the following program that was after working the Friday show or studio morning morning well well everything it says this is a forgot her name is for now I just went with the flow from her house so she's like a quarter of a second delayed in case you're wondering why she comes in a late on that that everybody's here inotes yesterday my birthday and it's a weird feeling because you go from that much to everybody carrying one thousand percent and then again the next day nobody cares again it's kind of a shock if you just have to walk up to it slowly them slowly walked down from instead of like tossed up on top of the hill in the knocked off of a real quick he just feel lonely again the next day you knew what it ever been shown you so much love the day before you know it should be like a birthday week where it stayed peeks around Wednesday thank you don't get that much love on Monday to get a little more on Tuesday Wednesday you're feeling pretty good Thursday goes down a lot it's like when corona virus finally and if they're not just gonna go you know what you're free to run while kids it's going to be a slow integration backend this will come today to have one text yeah yes I woke up at like seventy one texts and then I'm like that happens every year with a loose seventy friends what glad you're here let's see what do we do what's that I got a bunch of talk about today let's do what's the haps check in with our lives here let's go Hey the what's that also first my birthday dinner last night did not go quite as planned my girlfriend is gonna make me a chicken fried steak mashed potatoes fried okra corn cheese cake like my favorite dinner what happened why she couldn't find the steak and then she couldn't find C. flower and then the potatoes the kind that she found were boxed potatoes that were have gluten in them yeah well I don't know the box might bit like normal of potato does not like losing free today whatever it was it did not go like she had hoped so we just ended up order from cracker barrel is fine okay so is good I think she was all disappointed because she wanted to prepare it as part of a birthday present but that that being what dinner was last night so it went fine well then I think she was all disappointed by because you could cook but it is a good birthday all in all considering we're all quarantine our houses but I told her I was like everybody suffering a little bit look at a moderate birthday guy anyway but that's not what's up that's me Hey what's that okay Sir Bobby you wanted me to ask the kids what language they dream man and report back to you so I asked Stevenson and he says English but I don't really know that he knows he was a little hesitant with his answer because then you can tell me if he even recalled ever dreaming at all this year she has dreams all the time because she tells me about them but when I asked her what language they're happening and she just looked at me and said how in the world am I supposed to know so she doesn't know how she's receiving but she knows she'll wake up and remember dreams well I think now though they may pay attention to it yeah so that'll be interesting Amy's kids by the way are from Haiti if you're new to the show and they spoke creole until they came to the states and so now they've learned English okay to pretty good at this point right yeah that was wrong my wife has gone off the deep end she's watching all this corona coverage and now she thinks all my goodness I'm going to get corona so she is taking her temperature five times a day just the monitor it goes in your ear you stick it in there and give you the temperature and so far so good but five times a day she's taking her temperature did you say in a year yeah there's a you can do one on the forehead or you take off the cover and you stick in your ear and you zap it I never I never heard about that year all we got it because it's easier to do with the kids like kids you can't you can't stick someone their tongue is never gonna work so it takes literally half a second to stick in their ear and boom it's really easy well you know I stay I get my tip temperature rectally everyday just about enough for like the last year as a direct coronas this will treat for me in the morning and I mean oh boy okay all right there I'm surprised that here that she's really worried about it that much I I understand worrying about it but check your temperature that often that's that's almost in my level of being weird about the status of a germ cell Hey what does that have any guys I'm really excited because gambling is kind of back tonight on ESPN a real basketball players and reclaim video games which is me about his favorite game right now NBA two K. twenty so they're playing it and ESPN's going to broadcast a live and you can bet on every game tonight I'm so excited really yeah any well what laid well well I love the ESPN is thinking outside the box and creating content for sports fans to watch but then to have people battling like money is such a thing right now for people it just seems a little well point money that thing for people a lot of times and you should better if you don't have it anyway and these betting sites are the ones doing it and it's not like you watch E. S. P. N. S. logon well yeah I know I shot a T. S. V. N. mu Evers during the vetting I mean I guess yeah people are going to gamble if they want to gamble remodel or you want to gamble now all probably not I don't I'm not into watching other people play the game all watches them but I I don't know how good these players are you're just basing it off of nothing that's why I'm out I'm out I was watching the E. sports Arkansas championship and that racquetball game I play that's a E. sports game in Arkansas watch band beer and I take on Rogers high in soccer cars and you know it's called rocket league rocket league rocket league and when can I watch it on YouTube this stage in which of the last night the love that is great for like that's how much we're just begging for sports to be on you know what else I want to the night this call the Superbowl and it's horrible it was the Superbowl of corn hole don't watch the challenge people that better than any of this the super hall ha that's what they called it my cousin was called out for help okay all right let's go over and do Marion Morris the bones thank you guys for waking up with us here on the Bobby bones show the the little yes how does you can't even so we hi Friday and remove those got the news what you got in there officials are saying the peak of the corona virus outbreak is still a couple weeks away even more news Dr Fauci says the entire U. S. to be understated home orders were still a handful of states that aren't he also says the CDC is suing invites all people to wear masks when you're outdoors and finally H. B. O.'s released over five hundred hours of TV shows and movies for free starting today sign up for free H. B. O. go dot com or HBO now dot com coming up on the Bobby bones show will do listener voicemails on the way colonies parenting advice also the Friday morning dance party coming up and later we will talk to Sam Huff we got a good one also let me say this if you're out podcasting today now on your phone I do a podcast called the body cast you may be familiar with Lauren Degel scam in the pop world now but she's a Christian artist in maybe you know the song called you say here you go so you go this is Lauren talking about when she was in high school she got sick and was home bound for eighteen months and that illness ended up leading her to want to become a singer I end up being the owner and because I was home I would do things all the time right my mom cooking invoice lesson because it wasn't too hard on my body and kind of kept me out of depression and because of it I feel like that's why I sing a song that I do now maybe I can make music that inspires someone who's walking through that same situation you know so check out the body Cancelo indigo is really great so other than that I just we got all that clear next up a voicemail a caller needs advice will do that coming up the bottles Hey what's up.

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"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"For Priestly Formation Presents. The way of mystery the Eucharist Immoral Living With Deacon James Katy Deacon Keating is the Director of theological formation at the institute for Priestly Formation Located at Creighton University in Omaha Nebraska. He's the author of numerous books including remain in me. Holy Orders Prayer and ministry spell so prayer in the heart of the jacket. Taking heating has led more than four hundred workshops on moral theology and spirituality and regularly conducts retreats and parish missions. The way of Mystery Eucharist and Moral Living Deacon James Kidding I'm your host Chris McGregor in our last segment on the Paschal mystery and the role that it plays in our life but the Paschal mystery really is so connected to the Eucharist and our eucharistic liturgy that they really need to be seen together. Don't they the Paschal? Mystery is the really the extension the continuation of that mystery in time. When we celebrate the mass. So it's the way that Christ makes his gift to us the gift of his own life. It's the way that Christ makes his gift to us. Present a down through time you point out in the way of mystery that there exists an intimate connection between how the church praise what it believes in how it acts and I find that that really draws us to what is our participation in the EUCHARISTIC liturgy. I mean if we are praying and how it acts me. We are a part of that. Aren't we or participation in the EUCHARISTIC liturgy to some extent is really an availability that we render to. Christ we make ourselves available to be taken up into his life his death and his resurrection. So to some extent to participate in the mass is An active passive presence in other words that we are eagerly awaiting Our desire to be taken by Christ taken by his his life and his death and his resurrection taken by his love for the world and then to live in that life death and resurrection by the power of his Holy Spirit and by his in dwelling presence in us through our reception of Holy Communion. So when we go to the Holy Eucharist when we go to the EUCHARISTIC LITURGY. We are going there to participate and our participation is really borne out or fulfilled when We are taken by Christ into his own love for us. I think we often consider our participation in terms of unfortunately an obligation or under the penalty of sin. If we're not attending. That really would be the wrong way to participate. Wouldn't it Roy that minimalistic thinking Truly just makes us want to appear at mass to show up. Obviously there's more to it than just appearing at mass but when we have A minimalistic vision or simply Tori vision of why we are going to our community on Sunday. Then there is the great risk of well I showed up. I did my duty. I appeared and that's sufficient sufficient only as a beginning because when we appear at mass or when we show up at mass We then have to begin the work of the Liturgy and on our side. The work of the Liturgy is too slowly and surely by the the mass itself by entering into the rhythm of the mass itself slowly but surely open ourselves to this mystery from the inside out so it takes a real interior life to participate at the mass. It's not just a hale and hearty fellowship that were going to and our friends around `send We have nice feelings about being a Christian community. It's whether or not we are rendering ourselves. Truly available to Christ from the inside out and also to render ourselves truly available to our fellows Fellow CATHOLICS AROUND US. It can you know can be a temptation to fall into a a bit of a show at Sunday. Mass that we're all smiles and we wear on ice face and and were putting on a bit of a mask There when people may really need us they may really need our friendship. They really need are listening. Ear are listening heart and so we want to turn in to be available to Christ and we want to turn in and be truly available and truly listen to our brothers and sisters there when we might have our fellowship time aftermath or we might informally meet after master before mass that we are truly interested in one another so our participation is Going to be fruitful or less than fruitful as we measure our ability to go within ourselves and to render ourselves available both to the mystery of Christ and to the people that we call our brothers and sisters in Christ as well as you speak. It makes me think that we have to be truly aware of our decision to participate and we have to be aware of ourselves and why we are doing and not just acting out of wrote. There's a real intention real intention. That's President I. I intend to be present Even if we have to say that as we're driving or walking to this On in the morning or whenever we celebrate the mass that I intend to be present. I'm going to the Eucharist. And it's a conscience conscious intention to be present there and to render myself available to Christ into my brothers and sisters so yes There may be instances where we just show up. And there may be instances where it's wrote and that of course we just chalk up to human weakness in her own food in limit limitations. But that shouldn't be the norm for us. The norm should be an awareness. That now is the time that Christ has made present for us. He's made it present for us to be taken up into salvation. I want to be present to this time and I want to be intentionally present to this time so I don't miss it. This is the great mystery and the great gift of eternity. Moving into time. He's made salvation present for me here and now. I'm going to respond to that gift. That's the intention we ought to have. You mentioned in the way of mystery that it really depends on where we are in our conversion of our experience of the Liturgy and of the Eucharist in that really can vary depending on where we are in that conversion. We're all a different points in the journey to holiness and I think it was t s. Eliot that said the Catholic churches here comes everybody and here comes everybody at different points along the conversion continuum. And that's where we have to take each other. There's a truism in pastoral lifetimes which is a little worn out these days but they always say you have to take people where they are. Well okay. It's kind of impossible not to take people where they are but the truth. That's in that worn out phrase. Is that a conversion is developmental and conversion is not something happens all at once normally even for those who would have a deeply mystical experience The experience itself occurs and one is taken to a heightened consciousness of God's love but then for the rest of their days there unpacking that experience and they're applying that experience to the healings that they may need in various areas of their character. So even if you have a mystical experience you're not all at once everything that That experiences is directing itself in a in a human way Christ comes at us with due regard for our capacity to receive him and so he works upon our hearts in little ways. He has a great reverence for where we are But he will never leave us have finished and so we come to. The Mass at are various levels of conversion and from those various levels of conversion. We cry out to Christ to heal us. We cry out to Christ to complete us. And that's what all those masses are doing for us all the masses that we participate in our coalescing to conspire in our healing. In Our wholeness or in our salvation. You mentioned earlier that there is often times when we go to the EUCHARISTIC liturgy when we go to mass on Sunday we hope to feel good things and we want to experience community. We want to celebrate with joy but there will be times when we need to recognize. Don't we that there may even be suffering? That will occur entirely for us when we go to the Chris. True uncouple different levels. I mean. We can't manufacturer our feelings. We can't all be going to mass. And this was some of the superficial manufacturing that might have been happening thirty years ago or so where everyone was supposed to be happy and the songs were supposed to be bouncy enjoy full and well. You can't manufacturer Interior parity and. You can't manufacture affection There are people who going to mass who just fell in love and they are deliriously joyful and a gratitude is overwhelming their heart and there are people who are going to mass who just had their longtime husband die and they are going in Desolation and they're going in in sadness and confusion about God's love for them well. They're both there and they both have to come to God with the truth of their experience and God will come to them within the truth of that experience. So they're maybe Joy that is happening at the mass for some but for others the mass is going to be a burden because their life is a burden and they have to bring that burden to Christ so that Christ can carry it with them. The worst thing that we want to do when we're feeling sad or depressed or even the opposite when things are going all our way and somehow we mistakenly think that that's our to our credit and it's not a gift of God we have to always attend The mass despite whatever affections we have we have to always attend the mass and That goes counter. Cultural to are are popular way of looking at things. I just don't feel like going I just don't feel like attending and Of course we live in a culture. That's run by emotionalism. So it's understandable that people would measure their worship life according to their motions to but we have to push against that and we have to show up anyway. Whether you're deliriously happy and you have a whole life to live and mass is kind of in the way. Or whether you're so sad and disappointed in God because Tragedy has befallen your life..

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One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

Between The Lines

07:24 min | 3 years ago

One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is

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College admissions scandal highlights unfairness in process

Bloomberg Finance

05:50 min | 3 years ago

College admissions scandal highlights unfairness in process

"Today. We're going to look at the college admissions scandal with parents paying bribes to get their kids into elite schools. US attorney Andrew Lill announce the charges earlier this week, we've charged fifty people nationwide with participating in a conspiracy that involved I Keating on college entrance exams being the SAT and the ACT and second securing admission to elite colleges by bribing coaches at those schools to accept certain students under false pretenses, Kathy. Absolutely fascinating story. The allegations in snaring some pretty big names in the world of finance as well. They had everyone from actors to finance folks, I reporter who covers private equity Sabrina Wilner is gonna talk to us a little bit about. One of those executives. Yes. One of the executives. He was basically the face of sexual good investing. Sms? Bill neglection, and he founded TBT's growth platform and expanded into social ESPN busting, and they made a huge splash sweat this. So the revelations of him being involved in this scandal came as a huge shock and blow to the firm. Well, let's talk about the specific allegations against him. What are they he was involved allegedly involved in both of the schemes the first one was the test taking scheme where he paid money to Williams singer, Hugh was the informant the FBI informant involved in this to basically Proctor to fly to the test taking center and change the answers for his son. So he scored a higher score on the ACT. And then the second part of it was the sports recruiting part where singer offered to make his son. In an athlete and in the transcript mcglashan said his son play lacrosse, but USC doesn't have a lacrosse team. Problem. Yeah. Singer said, well, let's make football player, but his high school didn't have a football team. So then they decided to make him a kicker that learn the skills at a sports camp. So I think it's pretty interesting. I want to read some of the transcript. This is kind of get an idea singer says so I'm going to make him a kicker in a glass and laughs. He does have really strong lakes mcglashan said maybe hill. Maybe he'll become a kicker. You never know singer says. Yeah, absolutely mcglashan says you could inspire him. You may actually turn them into something. I love it. And singer says I know well, I had a boy last year. I made him as a long, snapper and mcglasson. I love it and says I love it. I love it. That is so funny. So so, and then just remind me again, we get all these done and the obvious deal you, and I talked about the fifty K and the two hundred K, and and then do we know he's in you. And I at least know he's in. Okay. This is the the FBI transcript presumably they were recording the wiretap. Yes. They recorded the to having a conversation part of the allegation within the indictment. That's correct. And they were trying to get into USC his older son was trying to get into USC, and how much money did he end up paying in this transcript, they discussed a total of at least two hundred fifty K two hundred fifty thousand dollars to go to USC. I mean, I'm not disparaging USC. Okay. But he wasn't the only finance guy. Either. Oh, yeah. Guy. Doug, Hodge Hugh was former CEO pimco he basically got one of his daughters admitted to Georgetown University on tennis scholarship, but he didn't even tennis. And at least that's the allegation. For bill. Mcclatchy PG has been pretty swift. The firm says it fired him and is also allowing investors to withdraw their commitments to the social impact fund. This of not board members. Mcclatchy and said, he was these are his words deeply sorry. This very difficult situation may interfere with the work to which is devoted his life about last checked existing investors in the funding clued, the Washington state investment board, the New Jersey division of investment, and San Francisco's employees retirement system. And when this all happened teepee g was in the middle of raising cash for the Sabrina. This is a little bit awkward, isn't it? Yes. It is. And the most of their largest clients are public pension plans, and they hate headline risk of negative news. So it'll be interesting to see what happens in terms of commitments. And is there any indication this stops here or that people? Parents. I'll be in the pokey together. Is that what you're asking? Yes. Phrase it so delicate. It's I mean, I saw someplace in the transcript where he where singer was saying he works with eight hundred families or something ridiculous number. So I'm do you kind of wonder if there's going to be more to come here a singer now, I should explain he's kind of like the fixer call one eight hundred or does he have a shady? Somewhere. We can get your kids. For he has like a company name that said it was a test prep company. It was obviously not legitimate company.

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Thieves snap up rental scooters in SF

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

04:27 min | 4 years ago

Thieves snap up rental scooters in SF

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Feves snap up rental scooters. Assaf shared electric scooters are disappearing from city streets in high numbers. As thieves target the portable vehicles in the first two weeks. We lost two hundred vehicles to the theft, which was just shocking said Michael Keating CEO and founder of San Francisco's scoot networks. People were grabbing them all the time. We realized that if we kept losing them at that rate. We wouldn't have any left in response scoot, scaled back its vehicle numbers an expedited its plans to include locks on its two wheelers. San Francisco's skip has also experienced that's but declined to specify how many however, it's vehicles have a wheel lock mechanism. So they cannot be ridden unless they're unlocked with an app scoots to healers can be ridden in manual kick mode without using the app albeit in an unsatisfying experience as they are not designed for that. Their electric Motors require an app unlocked to work both skip and skewed have alarms. Go off. Scooters are moved without being reserved in their apps city sanctioned e scooter rentals started October fifteenth under a pilot program in which scoot and skip each have permission to rent out up to six hundred twenty five scooters scoot started out offering about three hundred scooters but have that to about one hundred fifty a day in recent weeks? Something residents have complained about on social media. We're not trying to hide that Keating said the reason is the fact ramping up more scooters depends on the success of the lock scoot this week will add combination locks and cables to scooters as an interim measure users will get the combination from the app after a scooter is reserved in early December scoot will switch to its long-term solution Bilton electronic locks with thirty two inch cables the smartphone. Apple unlock the device at the end of it ride. The user must lock the scooter to street furniture such as bike rack or pole and snap a photo of it. Skip has been renting its full complement of six hundred twenty five scooters and said it has gotten positive writer feedback. Skip also plans to add built in locks to its fleet. And is now testing them out on about a dozen scooters. In addition to warning thieves, the locks should help keep more of the scooters out of the flow of pedestrian traffic and prevent people from knocking them over. Skip said it's working on new technology to detect win scooters are written on sidewalks, which is prohibited. We want people to learn that when they get to the sidewalk they should pull up the scooter and walk it to the furniture zone said Julie SU skipped chief marketing officer referring to the sidewalk edge. We're scooters are supposed to be parked in March. Three other scooter companies lime bird and spin burst onto the streets in San Francisco. The scooter deluge led to a temporary ban, and then creation of the pilot program. The San Francisco municipal transportation agency, which oversees scooters said the number of complaints is much lower now than in the spring. The agency's three one one line logged three hundred thirty six scooter related complaints from October fifteenth to November fourteenth or eleven point. To a day in the spring. It receives complaints at the rate of forty four point six day, scoot, scooters average, two or three rights day Keating said by contrast, I go chilly were scoot rolled out scooters around the same time sees six to ten rights day per scooter, that's because the vehicles there are concentrated in a central business district while in San Francisco, they're dispersed throughout neighborhoods. He said skipped climbed to say how many rentals at facilitates. But it's pleased with usage sue pan said writers, use them for first mile last mile connections to transit as well as for scenic rides such as along the embarcadero or in Golden Gate park. She said constant theft is clearly not sustainable Keating said he declined to say what scoot pays for its two-wheelers, but industry sources say e scooters are bought wholesale from China for around three hundred dollars scooter thefts and vandalism are issues in many of the hundreds of cities worldwide that have the two-wheelers bird, graveyard, an Instagram account with sixty thousand followers. Chronicles the sometimes brutal ways scooters meet their end such as burning being thrown off buildings are being tossed in the ocean. Caroline said is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer, Email see said at SF chronicle dot com. Twitter at sea said.

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Jamal Kashogi, Keating and White House discussed on America Tonight

America Tonight

00:19 sec | 4 years ago

Jamal Kashogi, Keating and White House discussed on America Tonight

"Keating, the fiance of murdered journalist Jamal kashogi turns down an invitation to the White House. Twenty five days have passed. And we died every day. How did we die every day because we never got word of his death. The fiance hottest jingle says she does not

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