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Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:21 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Where it's both of them separately. Like, yeah, Stevie had a solo career and all that stuff. But to be in this band, being an all star team was the best possible outcome for her. And then mcvie saying thing. And I think then you look at Lindsay and all this stuff that he brought to the table. God damn that dude was talented and is. But just an amazing band. And then you have Mick Fleetwood, but playing the C minus drums. It's like a crazy intense look at his face. Thinking about who he's going to go after that night. Drummer Mick Fleetwood. Oh my God. No, the drum nerds think Ringo is pretty high level talented. There's no case for big Fleetwood. A lot of charisma. That's about it. But yeah, so I feel like, you know, Fleetwood Mac broke up a couple of years ago in the form that they should have been because Lindsay and Stevie had their 19th whatever and then Lindsay's a fire. Once they started suing each other, they fired him, and once they started suing each other, that was it anyway, but now it's really it. Sever happening again. Is it gone? Yes, that's no Stevie Lindsey one last time. No, I mean, you know my take on this, like I argue, my friend Hershey, we argue about this. Going to see McCartney. It's like, all right. I don't want to McCartney's 80. You know where I stand. I don't want to go. I don't like to see my artists way after it's over. You know, it's like I've said this before, but if bird and magic were like, we're playing one on one pay per view tomorrow. I'm like, I don't want to watch that. Yeah. You guys are old. In music, you can get away with a little more. I think some people have been able to cheat it. Like Billy Joel is still really good in concert. I don't know how he does it. But it's fun to go, but he's very careful. There's like 12 year or ten year or whatever. And he still has the energy. But for the most part, like seeing The Rolling Stones at this point, it was embarrassing in the mid 90s. I just think knowing when to walk away is the great skill of the aging musicians. And some of these people do some of them don't. Chrissy mcvie understood when it was time to walk away. And she stayed away for a long time. That's a really hard thing to do. The needle in the arm of touring money is a God. Well, especially we've talked about this before, but the nostalgia aspect, the most money. It's just, it's crazy. But the reason this one hit

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Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:33 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Love and fun. Oh, daddy, which is probably my least favorite rumor song, but it was really about. The lyrics of that song or something. It's about what are the people in the band. You could guess as you listen to it. But that song ends up bumping Silver Spring. Which becomes one of the most controversial coach decisions. Probably in history. But in a weird way, make sober spring a bigger song because Silver Spring just becomes this cult deep cut Fleetwood Mac fan song. But then when they do the dance in 1997, one of the greatest YouTube videos of all time. Oh, I think it's the greatest. I actually think it's the number one greatest YouTube video of all time. When they do it and Lindsay doesn't know she's going to go at him and it's about him and she's also mad that they left the song off the album 21 years and it all comes out and she fucking her her eyes leave her body for like four minutes. There's lasers coming out of the sockets. And he's just playing the guitar. Like, what the fuck is going on here? And she's moving closer and closer to him. And then that ended up making that an iconic song. So in a weird way, it was the best thing that ever happened song. But mcvie, you know, wrote 50% of the songs as you said. And then there was that weird thing with her and Stevie, where Stevie becomes a comet in a lot of ways. But mcvee is doing just as much work in the band, probably a little more. But Steve is Stevie. How do you compete with that? Well, it's because Christy mcvie was rocking fucking role. That's how she didn't give a fuck. Look, she really did. No, she had the affair with the lighting guy, which is her husband was the bass player. It's this fucking rock and roll. She left the band, right? She stopped touring in 90, she formally retired in 98. She was gone basically for like fucking 20 years. Who

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Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:36 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"All right, last but not least, my friend Nathan Hubbard is here. He hosts the every single album podcast with nor prince yadi on the ringer. He's done a lot of stuff in the music industry and he's my number one music friend that I talked to him and thinks of music happen. Just in life. And he's my friend. Christine McVie died, 79 years old. Crucial member of Fleetwood Mac a band that Nathan and I have spent more time just discussing in texts or in person than any other band because we're the most fascinated by them. It was my dream documentary forever. It'll never happen because they all the relationships are so combustible. It's just 'cause never happened. And now we'll never happen. And you liked her the most. So I'm just gonna let you do your thing on Christine McVie. Well, it's devastating. But I don't think we're surprised, are we? I mean, imagine being the only sane person in a band full of maniacs. Stevie and Lindsay are screaming at each other. Your ex-husband is hunting down the lighting guy. You had the affair with fucking Mick Fleetwood is eating the couch cushions. That would have killed me too, but it's hard for two reasons. One is she was the glue of this band. She wrote half of the songs on the greatest hits album, she wrote, you know, rumors is a top ten selling album of all time. She wrote 5 of the songs on that thing. We just think about Fleetwood Mac being Lindsey Buckingham. And Lindsay and Stevie. And their relationship. And all of the drama that went with those two, but she was the one who wrote the first real hit that took them that sort of put

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Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lindsay" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"I want to talk about somebody who is doing positive disruption right now. I want to talk about my man Elon Musk. All right, and I'm not a fanboy in the pathetic or anything Elon does is brilliant and I thoughtfully will do whatever it is because you're not putting a chip in my head, brother, okay? That ain't happening. But the rest of the stuff he's been doing over the past couple of months has been a master class on disruptive change. There's a thing that in the military, fighter pilots called the ooda loop, observe orient decide act, and what it means is if you're doing the Top Gun thing and you're flying behind the guy and you can observe orient your plane, decide what to do and act faster than the other guy you can kill him. And Elon has been slaying people. He's been Snoopy killing the red dragon or the red baron. Bottom line, everything he's done that people have immediately gone, oh my God, Elon's gonna destroy Twitter. He bought it to destroy it because he's just a crazy billionaire. He's gonna fire everyone and there'll be no one left to Twitter to work. Well, guess what? Every time they say he's gonna destroy Twitter and he's gonna break it, what happens about a week later, everybody's going, wow. That went kind of well. Twitter, how many people did they need to go ahead and operate the bird app? Apparently not 7500 woke losers like they had. It seems like they may be needed a couple thousand. So the 5000 people that Elon chased out of that building, what were they doing? I think we all know what they were doing. They were shutting us down. And guess what? Good riddance to woke rubbish. They're gone. The bird app still works. They're making it better, right? Every day. He's coming out with new things that are going to happen. And every day, the usual suspects like, oh my God. They took the ban off, saying crazy things about COVID. Yeah, you know why? Because the government propaganda on COVID was the actual disinformation and all the people that the woke tools banned for telling the truth have now been proven right. So of course that ban is coming off on COVID misinformation because it's not coming from the Twitter users. People have a right to question authority

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Twitter Is Awesome Again With Babylon Bee's Seth Dillon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last week

Twitter Is Awesome Again With Babylon Bee's Seth Dillon

"Tell us about what's going on with Twitter and I understand you guys got your Twitter account back. We're back, man. It was a long time coming. We were, you know, when we got banned initially, or at least locked out our account, we weren't permanently banned. We were locked up, required to delete a joke that the Twitter considered to be hateful conduct back in March earlier this year. And honestly, we never expected to get back to the Twitter. I mean, who expects that when you get locked out by the powers that be, that they're going to change their mind. Of course, they're not going to change their mind. You need something else to come in and disrupt things and change things up. And in our case, the richest man in the world happens to be a fan and friend of ours and came to our rescue. So I'm not sure that everybody can count on that, but it was cool. I think that we played a role in the decision making process that went into his bid to buy Twitter and that we're now benefiting from him taking over. Yeah, and so now Donald Trump has his Twitter account back and there's all sorts of different changes happening over the weekend. Kind of give us an update for everyone listening. What changed with Twitter over the weekend? All you had must come out and say freedom Fridays on Twitter kind of teasing the fact as a spoiler alert that he was going to be setting some people free. And it seems to have extended beyond Friday. He's unlocked a number of the cast. I just saw that James Lindsay was unlocked. Project veritas has been unlocked. Of course, obviously Trump was unlocked in response to that poll that he ran. So it's been unclear. Unclear to a lot of conservatives, a lot of people on the right who felt like their voices has been suppressed and silenced and taken away. It was unclear exactly what Musk was going to do about that. It's still unclear, I think, how he's going to handle these issues broadly speaking for just your average Twitter user, but it is extremely encouraging to see him coming in and lifting the ban hammer on some of these bigger accounts that had been suspended for really just silly ridiculous reasons.

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What Was the Republican Message on Abortion? No One Knows!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

What Was the Republican Message on Abortion? No One Knows!

"Topic and I talked about pro life because clearly the left had a message on killing babies in roe V wade. I couldn't tell you Joe, and I do politics every day. I couldn't tell you what was the Republican message. Well, it should have been. Here's what it should have been from the Senate and the House. This is now a state issue. We are not going to discuss it. So this thing about, oh, we're going to do a band total ban on abortion and Lindsay coming in to say it's Lindsay sabotage with the election. Well, but otherwise, the message was there's going to be a total ban if you elect a Republican. So that was bad. Yeah, because there was a vacuum that they filled. There was no message that on our side.

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AJ on the Moms of Child Actors and Jealously

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

AJ on the Moms of Child Actors and Jealously

"We've heard so many crazy stories about celebrities, especially actresses and what their parents are like. You know, a lot of parents are not only dumb and ill equipped for the stardom that. Just appears around their children who are talented and do all the work, whether you're Brittany or Aaron Carter Lindsay Lohan, you take your pick, but a lot of parents tend to get jealous. I don't see it too much in the dads, but I see it a lot in the moms. And that creates a really shitty home life and it makes the kid not want to go back home, not want to open up to the mom. It's a bad way to be. But I used to, I'm not used to, but I hung around with Michael Lohan a few times, and all he would sometimes talk about was how Lindsay and the mom just had, they were just knock heads on things. And then I would know, you know, guys in journalism and stuff who were chasing Lindsay for stories. Who ended up sleeping with Lindsay's mom? I'm not going to give you names, but I know at least three of them who slept with Lindsay's mom. She got all wrapped up in her daughter's fame. It's kind of gross. But this is definitely what happens when you have a child that enters the fray at a certain age. And everybody's picking and poking at her and trying to make her out to be some sort of person,

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What Should We Do About Kevin McCarthy? John Zmirak Weighs In

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | Last month

What Should We Do About Kevin McCarthy? John Zmirak Weighs In

"You do? I don't know if you know enough about politics. I don't, to know what to suggest. In other words if Kevin McCarthy becomes Speaker of the House, is there anybody who could be a better speaker? Is there a movement to find somebody who's a little bit more of a freedom loving patriot who understands we're facing evil? Either one of my beagles would make a better speaker. I have shoes that would make better speech. But not all my shoes, but several of them. I think probably the Republican Party is run like a sorority. Remember, Bob Dole got to be our presidential candidate because it was his turn. And he waited patiently, and it was his turn. Nobody thought he would win, but it was bob's turn. So bob got to run and got to lose. So I think there needs to be a rebellion within the Republican Party. And they need to purge people like Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy. Ideally, I would like to see them defeated at the polls. I would vote for any Democrat against these people because once a rhino was in office, he never leaves he never leaves. Lindsey Graham will still be senator from South Carolina in 400 years. His mummified body will be will still be holding that sentence. So like a Jeremy bentham. Like Jeremy bentham accept, he will still talk. And he'll still have his head on top of his shoulders. And Lindsay, you have always with you.

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What Is Critical Race Theory?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | Last month

What Is Critical Race Theory?

"Race theory. What is critical race theory? Well, critical race theories and outgrowth of critical theory, critical legal theory, 1960s, 1970s, Herbert marcuse, passed on to Michel Foucault and Jacques derrida. It's a way of viewing the world. Basically, many of you know what economic Marxism is, okay? Economic Marxism is oppressed versus oppressor type class struggle, bourgeoisie versus the proletariat, business owners versus labor, working class, that kind of struggle. Well, in the 1960s, Herbert marcuse from the Frankfurt school in Germany came to America and he looked around and he said, boy, our Marxist movement is not doing too well. It's not doing great because the American middle class is actually successfully integrating into a private property based market system and Marxism is kind of fizzling out. So then he conjectured, what if we come up with a new type of Marxism, not economic Marxism, but race Marxism? And that's actually the name of James Lindsay's book that I encourage you guys to check out. Doctor James Lindsey wrote a whole book called race Marxism, which is taking that same sort of struggle and he said, the real struggle is not rich versus ports on the bourgeoisie versus proletariat. It's white versus people of color.

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The Arranged Marriage Between the Wokies and Big Business

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | Last month

The Arranged Marriage Between the Wokies and Big Business

"A an arranged marriage that has happened. Where the wokes take over these companies. And I think a lot of this happened post 2008. Post 2008 with the occupy Wall Street economic Marxism that was starting to resonate with the American people, Wall Street, and big companies started to get very nervous. Now, they were able to successfully thwart a lot of the complaints of occupy Wall Street, even though ironically, a lot of the complaints of occupy Wall Street were actually legitimate. It just got taken over by such pure, unadulterated Marxism. It became unpopular for all people to all normal people to tolerate and especially those of us that have some sort of love for western civilization we found it to be disgusting how occupy Wall Street and zuccotti park in New York quickly became that of a Bolshevik moment, but the complaint of occupy Wall Street was the banks have not been held accountable. No one has gone to jail. Wire taxpayers funding and bailing out Wall Street and Wall Street was getting very nervous. Well, then after they were able to weather that storm, the woke east decided to take a page out of Herbert marcuse's book, Herbert marcuse, of course, Frankfurt school, came to America, wrote one dimensional man amongst many other pieces of literature, and he argued in the mid 1960s that the American middle class was integrating itself far too successfully into a capitalist society that the middle class was getting very wealthy, they were able to buy homes, air conditioning, dishwashers, their standard of living was increasing dramatically, and that economic Marxism wasn't as popular as they would have liked to believe. So therefore, the Herbert marcuse argued that there needs to be a new type of Marxism as James Lindsay calls it race Marxism, fast forward to the 90s, Derek bell writes intro to critical race theory, and the woke his adopt this and they take over the major institutions, and this was a much easier pill to swallow if you're Goldman Sachs. If

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What Actually Is a Marxist?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

What Actually Is a Marxist?

"You're always talking about marxists. I hear this repeated theme. Marxist Marxist Marxist. What is a Marxist? What did Karl Marx actually believe? My 19 year old at the university of Alabama is being taught by her professors that Marx was smart profound and visionary help me out here who was Karl Marx. Great question. So Karl Marx is without a doubt one of the most influential people ever to live. There is no questioning that. So Karl Marx is interesting. He was a radical student. Part of the young hegelian group at the university of Berlin. Now, Hegel is a very complicated topic very deep. He wrote a book called the phenomenology of spirit. Hegel basically stole Christian eschatological framing end times. And created a theory of history, so whatever you think of Hegel think of history that things are constantly unfolding towards an inevitable perfection. It goes through this series of thesis and antithesis it creates a synthesis. We talk about this a little bit actually in an upcoming podcast, which is why you have to subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show podcast with James Lindsay, who understands the topic far better than I do. I have a surface understanding of it. He has a deep complex understanding of Hegel. Hegel was profound, though, because he got people to basically buy into the idea that history is constantly unfolding that we're on a journey towards inevitable utopia. Now that is against Christianity in the sense that our actions or the state actions are not going to bring us towards utopia, but we do believe that eventually that the people who give their lives to the lord will end up living in Paradise living in heaven.

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Nostalgia Can Drive Us Toward Action

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Nostalgia Can Drive Us Toward Action

"Radio show, we call this the final phase for a reason because as the spell is breaking, as their mind control, their ability to be able to manipulate your behavior in action, the only thing they have left is handcuffs and leg irons. Because if they're not able to kind of control your actions by calling you the R word, all they have left is brute force. And that's actually a good sign because that's not sustainable. It isn't. Especially with people that have a memory of a free society. It's a very important thing. This is exactly why they want to have kids walking around with masks all the time. Having a memory of a country that used to be free is a very, very powerful thing. Nostalgia can drive you towards action. I remember a country that was free and so do you. So I have something of a reference point that I want to restore. I could tell our kids about this is exactly why in China, it's very, very hard to overthrow the CCP because there is not a living person that remembers a free society in Mainland China. They have no memory of a free society. So what are they supposed to restore back to? It takes a long time. And this is exactly why Iraq was not able to become this beautiful constitutional republic.

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How to Respond When the Left Plays the Race Card

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

How to Respond When the Left Plays the Race Card

"White guilt is something that funded the BLM movement and has been the basis for this. When they play the race card, how do we respond? All right, so let me actually add a book example for you, not just they are the book runners you want one. This is a moment in photographic history that has been burned into my memory. They put out some propaganda, one Gavin Newsom, you probably heard of put out some propaganda about how the conservatives want to ban books. And he's sitting there, legs crossed, looking all like I've read a book one time, is he a little glasses or something? He's looking at this book and he's reading this book and this is on he's got the stack of books on table. This is the book that they want to ban. And it was To Kill a Mockingbird. They banned that book. No conservative it wants to ban that book. They banned that book because of its depictions of race in the time period when it was exactly right. They don't like To Kill a Mockingbird because they say it reinforces a white supremacist judicial construct of presumption of innocence and independent judiciary. And that frames a press or a press of what? White savior complex. Yeah. That's literally what they say because in the book Atticus Finch comes and does something that only a white savior could do. Messianic white savior complex. They banned To Kill a Mockingbird. They do this all the time. And so don't let them call you out on that and it's the same thing. If they pull out a name, they pull out a name. I'm going to give you a definition of critical race theory that you've probably not heard. It's a very simple one. It's very easy one to remember, critical race theory is calling everything you want to control racist until you control it. So if they call you a racist, all that means is they want to control you. If they say this school is racist, that means they want control of how that school operates. If they say it, our military is racist, that means they want to control their military. It's all it means. If they call you a homophobe, it's because they want to control you. They call you transphobe. That's because they want to control you. And so a lesson to practice. You do want to have a little bit of savvy, but the thrust of the right answer is, so what?

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Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

"Are not taking seriously this takeover of every major institution of our children of education, of finance, of sports, of language, and then 2020 happens. So doctor Lindsay was doing all this research and then Floyd a palooza in the summer of 2020 unfolds. They only known cure for COVID. Right, exactly. Where if you're burning down a Wendy's, it's better than wearing a mask. And so really a large parts of the conservative movement I use that term loosely were completely taken by surprise where all of a sudden everything was about race. It was about structural inequity, oppressor versus oppressed, and we are still living through the damage that was implemented from the summer of 2020. And I'm not even talking about the burn buildings. That is true. I'm talking about how they saw their moment to change curriculum, implement textbooks, take over HR departments, be able to change hiring practices, affirmative action quotas. They saw a 90 day window when everyone was locked down and cooped up, took over the entire PR narrative to really introduce in my opinion. This is provocative and the media will find this to be newsworthy. I think that mind virus has done and will do more damage than the Chinese coronavirus. Oh, absolutely. Let's not even a question. And as a matter of fact, he calls it a mind virus. Let's exonerate him a moment and make the media have a slightly harder job than just getting the ignore what I'm about to say. This is totally based and this is one of the things I read in the literature writing those fake papers is there is a paper that was published right here. Arizona state university, two professors. Brienne files and Michael Carter, if you want their names, we like to name names. They wrote this paper in 2016 called women's studies as a virus, and in the paper they explained that these ideologies like women's studies and it could extend a gender erase or whatever you want it to be. Are meant to operate. They said the ideal metaphor for what they do is a virus. They say an ideal metaphor for us would be viruses like HIV, Ebola, SARS, some viruses cause cancer. Well, cancer represents true transformative change. So that's good too. Conservatism, they say represents like the immune system. And normally you need the immune system to preserve the body. But in this case, the virus will be good for the body. So we have to suppress the immune system. This is really how they describe themselves. And

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"lindsay" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:29 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Going on engaging your prefrontal cortex in labeling and naming the behaviors as you see them. That is your power because emotionally immature people will pull you right off of your own self awareness. You will become a set of reactions like they are. And that's why staying in touch with yourself when you're interacting with them is so critical because it's the one thing that emotionally immature people try to do is to pull you off of yourself so that you will fuse with them or enmesh with them and be sort of like a reflection of them or mirror them. They like that kind of mirroring relationship as opposed to two separate people. Sounds like you can grind down the emotionally immature person by being mature. Yeah, good point that persistence is everything with this and repetition is everything with this. So sometimes my clients and I will talk about an approach if they're going home for a visit or maybe going home that night to dinner with their husband. And what I tell them is you have to know where you want to go. That's the being prepared part. That's the setting of gold part. You have to know where you want to go, and then you repeat it and repeat it and repeat it. And you're persistent about it. What where's down is that emotionally immature people are not prepared for repetition? What they're used to is they propose something or insist upon something. And other people react, and then they may protest, and then they do what they want. Meaning they do it the emotionally mature person wants. So that's what they're expecting. When a person stays calm and they repeat persistently, their position and what they want, and they may show a little empathy to soften it, but basically they're saying this is what's going to happen. They have no recourse for that. It's like what parents do with three and four year olds repeat repeat repeat will actually is what parents do with children, you know, their whole lives because you keep repeating it and repeating it. And then at age 20 5 or 30, the child comes back and says, you know what I realized and then they tell you exactly what you've been telling them for 20 years. I do that to my wife a lot. I realize things she's been telling me for 13 years. Exactly, exactly. Yeah, we're all constantly waking up. Seems to be the name of the game. But anyway, that's what really works in terms of sort of wearing them down or getting what you need, ultimately, is that process of just continue repeating it. But so many people give up. They say, oh, they didn't listen, or they won't do it, or because they have been trained to be passive. By emotionally immature people. EIP's are very dominant. They can be scary. They can control you by withholding love. They have a whole bunch of ways of making you afraid of them. They will behave in ways that make other people move into a more passive or confused state where they just end up going along with them. So when you are persistent and stay in touch with what it is that you want to see happen, there really at a loss for that because being immature, they don't have great staying power. They make a big fuss and they try to control things and be the dominant one, but when it comes to like methodically and carefully keeping on a certain path, that's very hard for them, actually. So you can actually get a lot done through that repetition and persistent approach. After the break, Lindsay talks about why it is so hard to let go of our healing fantasies. What role compassion should and should not play in your relationships with EIP's. And what healing can actually and realistically look like. Keep it here. It seems like a key move

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Charlie Pierce on Lindsay Graham a Wartime Consigliere

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Charlie Pierce on Lindsay Graham a Wartime Consigliere

"Listen, you said Lindsey Graham threatening riots. You said Jesus, these guys are worse at being mobsters than they are being politicians. I mean, I mean, Lindsay Graham is your wartime console. Right. Right, you know? There's no more ridiculous human being in American politics than Lindsey Graham. Yes. It would make sense to have him as your wartime consigliere for a Civil War. No, no. I mean, South Carolina produced some actual soldiers in that Civil War. And he ain't one of them.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham Predicts Riots if Trump Is Prosecuted

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Lindsey Graham Predicts Riots if Trump Is Prosecuted

"They knew the FBI knew the political firestorm this would create. Now you got Lindsey Graham. And that's another category where Mark ever the cautious friend of mine Mark, oh, I don't know that it's the greatest thing for Lindsey Graham to have said that. I don't know that it was great that he went on TV and said there'd be riots in the streets. Here's what senator Graham from South Carolina actually said so that I can get your reaction to it. Most Republicans, including me, believes when it comes to Trump, there is no law. It's all about getting him. There's those double standard when it comes to Trump. What happened with Hunter Biden is that the FBI weighed in to make sure story didn't break for the 2020 election. We now have whistleblowers at the FBI till in senator grassley that they were told to slow down and back off Hunter Biden. And I'll say this. If there's a prosecution of Donald Trump for mishandling classified information, after the Clinton debacle, which you presided over and did a hell of a good job, there'll be riots in the streets. Oh, you can't say that, Lindsay. You're threatening violence. And of course, that's exactly what the left now is saying that Lindsey Graham is threatening violence in the streets if Trump gets indicted.

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Amazon is shutting down its telehealth service, Amazon Care

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Amazon is shutting down its telehealth service, Amazon Care

"Amazon is shuttering its virtual healthcare service I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Amazon is shutting down the hybrid virtual in home care service it's spent years developing It's a surprising move that underscores the challenges Amazon faces as it moves into healthcare Senior vice president of Amazon health services Neil Lindsay said in an email sent to staff that Amazon care will end by December 31st Amazon care launched in 2019 for Seattle based Amazon's Washington state employees That served as a testing ground for Amazon care before the company rolled it out nationally last year to include workers

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Charlie Addresses the Hyper-Sexualization of Children in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Addresses the Hyper-Sexualization of Children in America

"I want to talk about an issue that just continues to pop up and again, I would be very comfortable not having to cover this topic as much, but it is a crisis in our country. It's a crisis and people are just sitting on their hands while this continues. And I believe, again, if Republicans were smart, they would focus in on this issue of the parents party versus the groomers and versus the versus the perverts. James Lindsay says it best, sexualizing children is a tool to gain power. Used both by cults and modern public schools. James Lindsay is right where he talks about how, if you go back to Kinsey and you go back to money, the hypersexualization of children is a strategy to try to strip children of their innocence and to make them easier to control. Parents out there, I understand many of you are angry. I understand many of you are starting to push back against this. But grandparents especially I have to say, you have a lot of time on your hands probably maybe maybe not. Most of you I know do, 'cause you email me Charlie, what can I do? What can I do? Make it your job, the pushback against groomers and perverts that are in these schools and in these local communities.

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Why You Should Fight 'Social-Emotional Learning' (SEL)

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Why You Should Fight 'Social-Emotional Learning' (SEL)

"James, a lot of parents here and watching online and listening for the rebroadcast. They hear these terms social emotional learning. It sounds so unassuming. What should the response be if they find out their kid or their school district is pushing social emotional learning? You've got to fight that. I would tell you that you need to understand and I've spoken to moms for liberty conference recently in front of all these moms, hundreds of moms. And I said, you know, what I want you to come home from this with, is this idea. If you knew, and I mean this, this is what social emotional learning really is and I'm skipping a few details to get to it, but if you knew you were sending your kids to a Maoist re-education prison for 35 hours a week, what would you do differently in your life? Because that is actually what it is. I read the books about Maoist thought reform, written by psychologists who studied people that were coming to Hong Kong fresh out of exile from China fresh out of Mao's prisons where they were indoctrinated into Maoist communism, and it's exactly the same program. So social emotional learning, if your kids, if it's happening, you have to fight it, I would tell you you need to protect your kids. If that means yanking them out of that school and guarding them, it means yanking them out of the school and taking whatever, extra steps you have to take to protect your children. It

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What Does 'Woke' Mean and Where Did It Come From?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

What Does 'Woke' Mean and Where Did It Come From?

"This conference. A lot of people have been using the term WOAK. Where did that term come from? And just for everyone's purposes so we can have defined upon agreed upon terms. What does that actually mean? Oh, man. So the term, I mean, it's an old slang term. I think it probably started in the 60s alongside being hip. Is that right? Yeah, yeah, I think it started then, but it became popularized in an Erica bedu song called master teacher in 2008. And then it became kind of a watchword for mostly urban youth. I think that skew predominantly black and Hispanic that, you know, you got to watch out. You got to be woke to the fact that the cops are patrolling us, et cetera. There's the kind of undertone of the song. And so they adopted this with the Black Lives Matter movement. We've got to be woke to what's happening. We've got to be woke to what's happening. We've got to be able to just happening. And it became kind of this signifier of this critical race mentality with talking about race in society. And

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'Race Marxism' Author James Lindsay Describes Critical Race Theory

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 3 months ago

'Race Marxism' Author James Lindsay Describes Critical Race Theory

"Me is doctor James Lindsay. He is extraordinary. Doctor Lindsey is the world's expert on all things critical race theory, postmodernism, queer theory, all of these ideas that are being put in the classroom. He is an expert on it. And so we're going to go deep in this conversation. We're going to get into the philosophical roots of what it's destroying our country and doctor Lindsay is the author of two books, race Marxism, and also cynical theories with doctor pluck rose. James, welcome back to sass. Thanks for having me, Charlie. It's fun to be at your right. That's right. James used to say he was a liberal, but I don't know if that's the case anymore. So James walker audience through, let's just start with the basics. What is critical race theory and what is so dangerous about it? Critical racer is a disaster. To paraphrase the president. Critical race theory is calling everything you want to control racist until you control it. It's really that simple. It is the idea that the organizing principle society is racism, created by white people, to benefit white people. And everything in society is organized to operate around that. So what you are dealing with in is a Marxist theory of race, which is why I called the book race Marxism.

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Jesse Watters Calls Out Lindsey Graham

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Jesse Watters Calls Out Lindsey Graham

"When Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine? Remember how angry Republicans were? Or how upset they were? How fired up they were when Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, Ukraine is not a state of the United States. Remember this, senator Lindsey Graham play cut 53. There is no off ramp in this war. Somebody is going to win and somebody is going to lose and I hope and pray and do everything in my power to make sure Ukraine wins and Putin is in charge of a state sponsor state sponsor of terrorism, that designation needs to be given to Russia. He's earned that designation. We need to pour it on when it comes to helping Ukraine. Jesse watters calls him out for this play cut 51. Why they had to raid president Trump's home 90 days before an election. Yeah, you know, and I love having you on Lindsay, you know, you and I have a debated about things. And I've seen you pretty spitting mad over Ukraine, but you don't seem as mad as you were about this. Then you've been mad about Ukraine. I don't understand why people aren't lighting their hair on fire. I don't understand why people are not in the streets. This isn't like, oh, well, you know, let's just see what's in the warrant. I mean, they've been doing this. This is the third election. This is a third election. We know they doctor evidence. We know they plant evidence. We know they hide evidence. We know they lie. We know they leak. I mean, this is not anything new. This has been, this has been years they've been doing this. We can't just say, oh, you know, we're waiting for the guy to come out and give a statement about what is predicated. I mean, what? These people are out of control, senator. This country is at like, we're on the edge of a cliff, man. I'm telling you, this country is at the edge of a cliff here. Lindsey Graham doesn't agree with that. He's just kind of like, his head is like, oh yeah, okay, okay. For him, it's all about the regime. It's not about the country, no, but if Vladimir Putin invades Ukraine, oh man. It's all in.

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"lindsay" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

"Hi, everyone. Welcome to another episode of two things just bought it. The podcast where we talk about what we just bought and what you might need to buy next. I am joined today by Lindsey silverman. Lindsay is the founder of hotel lobby candle. I learned about her from ayana lay's who brought the Miami candle to her episode. And then sort of triggered me into candles becoming my entire personality. So Lindsey is a New York and Miami based influencer and she specializes in luxury beauty and travel and she's here. On my screen right now, in Miami, live from Miami, it's Lindsay Lindsay welcome to the podcast. Hi, thanks so much. I'm very excited to be here. I'm so excited to have you. I felt that when you sent me the Miami handle in the mail, and I was like, should I it's so nice, do I light it, but I'm very much in there. You have to love exactly. So I let it and I mean, I didn't say anything to Dan. And he was like, wow, that's really nice. What is that? That's really nice. He does not say that about most of my candles. And I have now I love when we really get the men involved. One of the most gratifying types of messages I get are what people are like, my husband hates candles. Like, stand this night of them, but for some reason, he really likes yours. And I'm like, okay, that is, to me, the sign of success. You have really hit a nerve with the men of the formerly candle hating men. Are now also handle hose. I love it. I mean, you also started that in the pandemic. That was like a pandemic project. You launched October 2020? Yeah, we're actually celebrating our one year anniversary this weekend, which is completely insane. I never thought I could or knew anything about launching a product. I've never done it before. I had absolutely no clue what I was doing other than the fact that I was obsessed with candles, my whole life. And, you know, I came from a background in magazine editorial and I kind of knew visually what might be what might resonate with people and the right price point and the right sense and kind of storytelling. And so I came up with the concept a couple of years ago. And then, you know, like everyone else in my life was just completely crazy. I never had time to pursue it. And then all of a sudden were like locked down. And I'm like, shit. Now it might be a good time to make that candle thing happen. So started looking at manufacturers like very early into the pandemic and launched a brand by October 2020. It is incredible and I have questions about quote unquote looking at manufacturers because I also don't know how to launch a product. And I'm like, when people launch products, I always have like a million questions and then no channel in which to ask..

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"lindsay" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Wake up is to be released on october. Twenty first providing the key principles for all women who want to live the kind of life that feels right regardless of what other people think of it. Her website is lindsay. T. m. dot com. That's l i n d a. y. dot com or on instagram at lindsay teague. Okay so let me ask you this..

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"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Lindsay roads amazing. Well fantastic show. I love her so much. We'll have her back on again A wealth of knowledge. Now we turn our sights to the world of golf which is still going on and the world of tiger woods which is still happening even though he's not in there's news of tiger woods even though he's nowhere near the golf course at this point and so to talk news of tiger woods. We bring in tiger woods. Mr woods how are you. Hey i'm doing all right. Don't pretty good actually up feeling feeling you know upbeat and Let's get boston outlook. So focus excited you work on your focus. Yeah i'm obviously Really been trying to focus on my focus and good. That's been a great thing for me. It's real penn center to the more you focus on your focus more focused and you're driving a ford focus in my right. You kind of went off the buick. Now you're doing a ford focus Actually an honor and respect for my My sponsor hyundai. I'm going up. I'm gonna pretend like you didn't say that sorry. Sorry so sorry sticks. And you've just made i apologize and no one knows about making mistakes more than you do Speaking of driving Have you gotten out on the course. Heavy swan club yet. Are you have driven a car again. What's happening Well actually. I haven't been out on the course But i have driven a car and have been working very close to a with with hyundai You know. I don't want to get off on a side thing here but go i kinda of do actually I've been working with hyundai on something i think's gonna be really revolutionize Driving much revolutionized driving a golf ball accounts here. It's called tiger alert and Basically a driver alert messaging system You know obviously inspired by an accident. So you know. Let's just say you're starting to not off because you're listening to the golf channel listening to gymnasts pretending to whisper like is on the green branch shambley mandal shambley which is my favorite shamba to take for a good occasions. You glass of the brandel shambling. Exactly i just wanna say they're never on the. I don't know why there was friend nancy so far away. Yeah it's very far away Which is while you're listening to that and nodding off by the short odil you'll hear my voice say hey hey gave her head in the game. Are bubba bubba. You're in trouble baba now. That's obviously not the bubba watson. I'm sure it's just something that i say to him. Randomly most of the time. Mom i kinda liked to talk trash on four and sought fundraising not to the honda experience. Where were you when he was buying the general lee with the unfettered flat. Can i ask you a question. I think that you could also create a chewing gum that keeps you awake by chewing it and inspired by bubba watson and call it trouble. Bubba said sound good You don't I like to wear thinking how you thank you. It's the kind of marketing approach that I'm really trying to open up My my is Now that i've sort of the game is kind of taking a second position Maya my bigger focus. Which is you know. just stop malagasy and making sure that my gear everything about what. I'm doing us all on point and Well let's let's talk about that so you so you recently sold your backup putter for a hundred and fifty hundred sixty one hundred sixty thousand one hundred fifty thousand dollars. Backup your scotty. Cameron putter with did you money. Why why do you need that money right now. We know it's not so much That i need him on the question is you know why. Why did i need to win. By double digits strokes and Any number of tournaments could when i probably could have just lay back and won by three or four is the killer instinct is a niagara way. Yeah so You know. I don't look at the money that i have on the banks or the real estate that i have all over the world shirt or girlfriends in every city deals Some of the human beings that are our own them but they work for me So they are part of my volume things as Okay i'm done. I'm pushing want to get more. And if i can you know. Make one hundred fifty in change on the side just by selling a but golf butter basically They're not going to do that. You know that's that's where my focus assist. I think that's good place. What you're showing is you still ha- even though you're not still have that tiger is still possibly you know inventing new creative ways for instance saw something odd but i've just recently albin been doing Went back you know throughout my career. I i was thinking like this. But i never knew what i was gonna have to turn you know. Turn it into action sol I made last Cast of all my debits Brought my prayer. Then leave the big foot. You know thing. Yeah sure sure. Yeah yeah and i started selling those on oetzi for five thousand dollars each. Wow and are the and people are paying five thousand for a tiger divet. Yeah and i just wanna say There's gonna be some people out. There are some ripoffs. They're not mine. Careful gotta do if you see one. That says it's out of the sand trap that is obviously obviously can't do blaster. Paris cast and Insent so that's a very good way to tell that you've got your grounding your club Which i won't talk about the drills that currently which you can do in you what have kind of a club stand composite. Patrick read that one was shot across the battle for you pat. There's no one who can hate patrick. Read more than his own family Well tiger thank you for For talking with us and Alert i hope. Tiger alert becomes a standard on every holiday. Same yeah oh absolutely. I really do And i just wanna say. Because i i am an alternative. This marketing thing out worldwide. So i want to get out and another language for a total scare. Stan may escuchando Guys went on talking about his another gutter. That i'll be selling roy in deir al butter say i'm lost last spotted the steno and that that basically is that i will be selling a putter That was third down in my bag. The sorta destiny spotted they okay. Good idea tiger audio's tiger. We appreciate you all right. I'll take us all right there. You go tiger woods your woods. Lindsey roads woods and road show we take the wh- take the show off roads into the woods. That's right we're in trouble in the woods but it's okay it's view from the cheap seats. Love having to be a part of it. Join our patriotic for new episodes of cheap seats. Each week check. Our website superstars dot com to find out where we're playing and doing live. Stand up near you. Get those tickets and next week. Have a fantastic s mirren fader. Who wrote an amazing book about jonathan. Toco it's called the honest the improbable rise of an nba mvp and it is fascinating. See next week..

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"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Smart. Get six three months of instant inc when you choose. Hp plus conditions apply visit. Hp dot com slash. Smart for details. Hey guys welcome back to the show scarborough here with the amazing lindsay roads. Follow her on social media at lindsay roads. nfl's instagram and lindsey underscore roads is my twitter follower on both This is a conversation. I've had with myself recently. By the way do you have to say the at knowing that you did because it was part of the sentence right like follow her at. But when i'm saying my handle i was doing the tag to my podcast and i was like You can follow me on twitter at lindsay underscore don't have to at and i was like am i sounding every bit of age. No but because i am like whatever you type in the search engine if they can find it then it works just type it underscore roads twitter and you can find it. Boom your dad. They got you For us we want to let people know. We are doing a patriot. We have paid rampage in. Some people are hip to it already. I think more people need to jump on because we are doing for the first time in fifteen years new episodes of our show from espn classic. Cheap seats where we make fun of weird sporting events and the high dive episode which is now up which is a new one every month The high dive is so fun. It is really funny. Weird episode where people are diving into a pool at seaworld from one hundred and seventy fees. It's insane diana naiad from npr. Who tried to swim to cuba and got stung by. Jellyfish is she was one of the commentators And ken. ken sits burger. Ken sits burglar who was a former diver. Who sounds like he's one of bill. Murray's brothers got these she chicago share over there and then take a shadowy. It's so much fun so if you wanna join it's five bucks a month you get new episodes of cheap seats plus extra stuff here with our guests and a weekly podcast thing. That's just for you. It's patriot dot com slash collaborators. Also we have a bunch of live dates that if this world doesn't close down we're going to be doing a bunch of lives. We got a bunch of live stuff coming up. Riyadh headlining set of comedy. At the end of this month on the twenty seven huntington beach to beach. And we've got the rec room then next month. Were in austin for moon. Tareq festival or in ann arbor northwestern football weekend. We're doing shows the twenty second and twenty third and then we'll see just go to superstars dot com. You can check this out. That's enough of that already getting crickets because this happened. I think we should in the world. Try and give ryan locked e the benefit of the doubt. Right we've always said ryan lock is like floating gronk right. He's like swimming nodding so good. Their best friends spread makes sense. Like if grant could swim he would be ryan locked the nf ryan like you could catch passes. You would be like right. So good like lindsey if you were to do one of those souls switching movies okay and those two guys switched sold night on with no no one would be like if we switch soul if lackey jumped into gronk spotty and gronk jump deadlocked so locked just injured himself. I mean he tried to make it back for the olympics. I don't know if you saw that. But he tried and he just barely missed showing you how difficult it is to make an olympic team for any ethic. Okay does he now. No thirty seven. Great question. Thirty seven years old and he is recovering due to an apparent accident. An inflatable waterslide. Is that the most laki thing ever liked to me. they're better bit vodka. Going down that water slide. But he's gonna try and drink the vodka as he's sliding down but that is just he posted on instagram. Like you just life by the way just kyla read. I thought it'd be read but just say just say lindsay that you had an accident an undisclosed. We can call it a soft tissue accident in my right. that's true. Is anyone asking all of the follow up questions posed. They're being coy about it. That's so lucky It's like gronk tripping over a karaoke machine and landing on along with his shirt on one hundred percent like what so you so his life wrote i. She really posted a photo of him. Giving a thumbs up on a hostile. He's mike utley. Jesus christ in the hot and the thumbs up is what guys give when. They're carried off on a stretcher so we know they're not paralyzed thumbs up like locked. Don't give the thumbs up because you had an inflatable water slides. She wrote o- going into though. I wanna to know more about the. You can't just say you had an accident on an inflatable water. Sled and not be very specific about what that she's roll off the top. Don't race down and inflatable kids waterslide. Folks so all she wrote don't race done it so clearly. He was trying to some kids like again. He didn't make the olympics. He's got to get that racing out of his system. He probably was driving along and saw some like waterslide and was like. I gotta get in this right now. You kids are toast. And then he heard surgery was a success also. Wrote surgery surgery okay. Was he racing on his feet like could have been run down a waterslide. Understand how you could just pick up too much. Maybe he doesn't know how waterslide works. God blessed. I mean his wife crazy. We'll all right so let's move on so we were talking about You know the contracts in the nfl. And i think you know. The nba contracts are insane. I don't know if you've been following going on with the lakers and whatnot but dennis schreuder. Dennis schroder was offered like an eighty. Two million dollar eighty. Four million dollar contract to resign with the lakers. Now they sign russell westbrook. So no one's gonna pass no one's gonna pass anymore and to you might not get your reps. But he was like no. I can hold out. And he held out any held out and he wound up signing a six and five point nine million minimum contract with the celtics that may be a better landing place for him but he left seventy nine million dollars on the table. Practically that is a huge with ever proportion than his wife wrote. I'm so proud of my husband. And he made the decision to stay true to himself and to fight for his calls and his vision. spin like. That's when you need your spouse part of me that's like damn i love. How much is wife his fricking corner right now. Like it's writer died nine million dollars. Who needs that yeah. Let's be honest criticism. That's your money to girl. i mean. Come on bullets be honest k. Five million dollars also doesn't suck no like in the grand scheme of the world. Five million dollars is enough five million dollars if you play it right and you invest it right and you live wisely you can live comfortably and do cool shit. If there's one thing we know about most athletes is that they live. Wi- moneywise well. Here's my question then. Does he have the potential because not a big nba person anymore. So when you a say that name. And i've never heard it before and then be were throwing around that kind of money. That that that's the nba right in a nutshell third. But then but does he have the potential to go earn a bigger contract. It actually plays or is this may be a smart long-term investment strategy that there will be more money on the back end or is this like to literally cut and dry. You're gonna you're gonna make eighty two. I think he has the potential time explosive guard. He's got good size like a great sixth man. If you were to say like okay. Our starting point guard is down. We wanna give us bring intruder. And he's like an energy guy. Till i come in. And how he's kinda like in the english premier league soccer the guy you bring in the sixtieth minute. Who's great but you're not starting you bring him in at that point because you're like he's the energy guy off the bench to kinda get things going. I think he can keep working in the nba. And get like you could make me make another five million dollar contract but you will not see eighty two million dollars ever again and you could act to back them up. God bless her..

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"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Different things well in the back yard personal goes guys are there so it's to meet with interesting and i want your opinion on this over over the entire nfl. I think again. I was reading an article about the us open tennis and how this could be the end of that era of the great. Like truly the great. It's we're watching the best tennis players of all time three of them. Maybe one two and three the best tennis players ever playing right now and there is nobody behind them. So the sport in my opinion is poised for a terrible crash when they're all out of it because who's gonna watch nobody's gonna care unless someone emerges the nfl in my opinion like the nba is so positioned well to have the best of the best year. Drew brees tom. Brady aaron rodgers when those guys leave the net you kind of have like the next era people we were talking about russell wilson and you know even look at the young guy like lamar jackson baker mayfield even and now they got these rookies coming in. I think at the quarterback position. We've never seen this league in such good health. As far as like cooler the next superstars to take over. Do you feel that way. Are we looking at sort of a quarterback not renaissance but like a boom in a way that like we've never seen absolutely and the thing that was crazy about last year. I thought it was striking. Was how many of the rookie. Quarterback's came in and had success immediately. Like just in herbert. Who the chargers didn't even that wasn't their plan. They their plan was to start. Tyrod taylor or tyrod taylor member when we had that whole how do you say his name. Anyway to road taylor. But i'm not sure so. They and then he gets hurt and just in herbert's turned into the fire. And then just never it. looks amazing. That dude josh allen. I'm not even mentioning josh allen. He's incredible josh's yeah. He incredible it for the future. Austin buffalo bills. i mean. he's amazing. The i talked to jordan palmer who trains quarterbacks last year about this subject matter. And he said that quarterbacks are coming out more ready for the nfl than ever before for a number of different reasons fell is nfl stealing lot of college scheme. So there's not that much of a difference it's like used to talk about pro style offense now the pro style and the college like it all kind of looks a lot more of the same fitting their offenses to the talent somewhat. Exactly which is why. Would you take lamar jackson and make him a statue or or receive. They would have done that twenty years ago. I would have been like. Here's what we do well. Depending on what coach got their hands on him so he ended up with a great situation was willing to rebuild the whole offense to his skill. Set your spot but also another thing. One of the things. That jordan said. That i thought was very interesting was that you have amateur quarterbacks that are going to passing league camp seven on seven things. They're televised there on social media. Everyone within this group all knows each other and the spotlight is is bright very soon like at an early age so these kids learn how to deal with the attention and the pressure and all that kind of stuff and the ones who can't don't rise to the top and they don't rise to the top faster so we know earlier we know earlier that they can do is going to rise you flick. Yours quinn fricken yours. I'm just going to say that. The kid who from texas who skipped skipping his senior going to ohio state. And i l is going to have a huge part of that like guys you know like jordan. Jordan palmer is working with a michigan. We went to university. Michigan is working with michigan. Quarterback cade mcnamara. Okay who's probably going to be the starter and what k- talked about similar. You know basically what you're listening to what palmer was doing with him. In terms of setting up like a box on the field and literally having sensors all over his body like it's a video game and analyzing very down to the almost the microcell how you're throwing mechanics are correct or incorrect. These are things that like a quarterbacks coach with just an i would say i think your elbows to know they can show you on a screen over and over again. No you got to raise your elbow up when you throw it in like their learning these tiny tiny intricacies now in in college and the beginning that like you say. Get them ready. That let you're saying. How is joe borough. If he doesn't get injured how is he playing at such a high level right away. Well because he has been ohio state in you know the players are not going to class so they don't have to ever take a class ever and someone else is taking their tickets with them so they have more time to work on courts. Have more time to not entering into this. I can answer that the same back at a so. I went to usc in our rival is ucla. It doesn't work the same. I can't throw stuff at ucla's in ucla. Picking on them there. But you can throw it it. Maurice jones drew if you ever see him one around the hallways and i do. Don't worry i'm glad you so exciting times. I mean yeah you mentioned like kylo. Murray and uh-huh patrick mahomes is just in his third year fourth year. He's it's insane moments as a veteran because he's already gone so far he's still obviously the best player in the league right but like when radius so i'm not worried when brady decides to retire in six in six years. I'm not. please don't say that i'm not worried. We can take some of the tb twelve juice you never know but like look look. I love me some brady era respect. I appreciate all of the things. Okay this is my disclaimer. I want him to go away. Like i just for for purposes of what i do. I'm so tired of having the same conversation every single year. It's like the brady narrative the com- the questions that pop up every year at super bowl of his legacy. And i'm just bored. He's the best. He's the best ever and you may not see another again. Unless patrick mahomes goes on a crazy run but i think there's more parody i actually think there's more parody like yes brady had to do it. In the time of the aaron rodgers and aaron rodgers. It's so interesting because when weird. This whole aaron rodgers thing was happening over the summer jane our guest hosting jim rome show when it was literally half dropping so we were so knee deep in. And we're like why. Aaron rodgers has the best completion touchdown to interception ratio in the last three years. I think it was like ninety nine to eleven. So eh for every nine passes he has ten passes nine touchdown passes. He has one interception. That's that's insane. When you think about that it's so good. Brady's best three years best three years. Where like i wanna say. Five point seven to one so like it's amazing. Why isn't he winning more. And it goes back to something else that you said. Sometimes you need the coach to be a superstar as much as your quarterback and when they make a dumb decision you wind up paying for it. Do you know what. I'm saying any specific. I'm decision. I don't going kicking a field goal when you should have been going for it just like little things but all those things add up. You just shows you that like brady. It was amazing and incredible. And then he had check check and now he has arians. And you're just like okay. He's all the pieces right. The front office.

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"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"That's right. Why are we doing lately. Just in fields is a is a tesla. That may have some problems within andy. Dalton is a rental camry rental that you're like okay. This will get to the airport and back in analogy. How no offense to cameras or y'all well or maybe some offense of them but But the the idea what is detroit have to do in this conversation. Because i think both teams are so so i think both teams are looking at the packers. Going like okay. Keep pissing off. Aaron rodgers so that he leaves and goes to denver or somewhere else like i actually think if matt stafford there's going to sound crazy but if if stafford has a bad season for the rams like i could see the rams trying to court aaron rodgers to come out there i can see it like you loves. La he he'd be home. You would get such a great quarterback for a few years host jeopardy anymore though that you know. He's got lessen his closet. I'm string. He's got lessen his closet than whoever they're asking a host jab. They got another guy. Oh they got the guy who was the producer and they're like nah this guy he's treated women poorly. And you're like yeah. If you have stuff in your closet you cannot host jeopardy. Aaron rodgers air are suddenly looking like a great option for jeopardy. But i'm just saying like i could see him defecate team in denver and i definitely could see him on the rams you know. He's the the rams and denver to mir very similar. They're like one great quarterback away from being very much in contention but see. I think stafford's going to be. I think stafford's gonna be great with the rams because i think he's going to be everything they need him to be. I think that the issue with golf is that. I don't think that the rams need a patrick mahomes type. Who can who can account for all the deficiencies around him and raise the level of play for everybody now granted. He doesn't necessarily need to with the chiefs right. He has great weapons around what we've seen from him. It's clear that he can make do with lesser. He had to win the super bowl two years ago. He had to win it. They're down at halftime. And you're looking. He's on the sideline of those playoff games down in almost every single. They're down and i'm sweating and i don't even care. I'm like watching the game. And actually when. I don't have a dog in the race. I'm so much happier because then i can just sit there appreciate the game and i'm watching mahomes. And he's got his hands in his in his hands in his shoulder pads he's just standing there. I'm like dude a lot more than he is and he comes back and leads him. And i'm like dude this is this is the guy you see. What having that. That sort of superstar. Qb why he's he's. He's a unicorn they don't come along very often guys like that and the but they don't have to write like so that is obviously you want that if you can get that. But you don't have to have that in order to win the super bowl or to be a very good team. I think that in this case you could. Look at like sean. Mcvay might be the unicorn and that might be all that they need. You know as a guy who can buy them time with the motion. At the line of scrimmage he kind of he can write it up. So we're you essentially look at the players and you go. You just do what. I'm literally telling you to do when i'm telling you to do it. And everything will be fine. You don't have to be e anything. Greater than what i'm asking you to be. And i think matthew stafford is the perfect quarterback for that because we're going to see how bad detroit was right now. You know what i mean. We're gonna see how well but also you're gonna see how i like what you're saying you're we're gonna see how good sean mcvay is. It's like rainy. And i didn't episode or two episodes of better call saul and you just walk in and do the lines you don't try to improvise. Try to change anything. Do the lines do what they're they mapped it out. They mapped the whole also vary like tampa bay rays in not to equate it to a different sport but like the rays have a system in place. Like look they lose blake's now and you say to yourself any other team that would lose their number one pitcher the guy who basically carried them if you leave him in instead of taking him out. Who knows maybe they win. The world series. You lose that guy and suddenly detail good. Yeah the the best record american league you sater's of oh my god they have a system in place so i think you can do that football as well as you're saying and more so in football because you're drawing up plays you know in baseball you do have to rely on a certain degree of talent. Send a hitter to the plate. It's up to them. You gotta hit the ball. You can't knock coach coach during it. Bat exactly defensively. Gotta make the catch. You gotta make the throw you gotta do all of these different things in in football you can essentially scheme it all up so that as long as everybody literally just does the thing the bare minimum that they're asked to do. Because i think if you look at the rest of the rams roster outside of the the other unicorn aaron donald and they definitely have a lot of talented pieces for sure but offensively know beasley in. Robert woods i think that they're good enough vaccinated so i guess it doesn't matter anyway looking at them from a talent standpoint and going. Oh my gosh. They're off the charts. No i mean you're just kind of like these systems league good there and that is the team that makes them look like they're the best them. What are they gonna do at running back. Because didn't don't they is in acres out for you know yup yup so yeah i don't know they gotta get it maybe get a trade or something well. So they've got henderson still right and darryl really serviceable. He shouldn't forget that he he didn't. It wasn't so much that he lost the starting running back role as they had other options. Had to work in acres kind of one it with the way that he finished the season. Latch fantasy tips. Amazing was amazing. But keep in mind daryl. Henderson was on the bench. You know what i mean. So it's like darrell. Darrell henderson might have been amazing to. He certainly flashed in such a way that when they had camakers. I was going into this season saying from a fantasy standpoint again. I don't know about taking camakers as high as came makers is going because darryl henderson is still there and i can't imagine them just him on. The bench has the talent that he has. You have to find a way to utilize him so this is his moment the moment you say to him. Hey man you want to go get some money in the nfl. Yeah do it do it now if there's a position in the nfl where you can kind of do that. It's running back. You don't have to be all the things he doesn't have to be a three down back and probably he's not but i also think if there's a coaching staff or like a front office in the league that's gonna look at everything and go. Kay here's what you do. Well here's what we don't feel comfortable with you doing now. let's go find somebody that plugs the gaps. That are the things that we specifically don't want you to do. And i think that they'll do a good job. doing that. And those people might be on the roster right now you know you saw james robinson come out of nowhere undrafted and he was a three down back the jaguars that's right. They suddenly felt some sort of strong desire to replace. But it's urban meyer but the point being that it might be a young guy. That's out there. If it's not working right away maybe they go get more veteran guy. It didn't make sense to me. The names that are floating around like gauguin. adrian peterson. Todd gurley were kind of names. That came out right away. And i was like you don't need that you don't find like just get get a committee of some sort of guys who do.

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"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Guys. Welcome another episode of view from the cheap seats. We the sklar brothers. And thank you joining our sports comedy podcasts. We try to take a look at the world of sports. Go take a deep dive specifically with our guest into one area and then have fun with it as we opening up on crickets and do a little fun voice melting and that's the that is basically the structure of shouts the intersection of comedy sports. A little bit of good music that we play in bumper so joy that today we got a great guest. She's amazing. I've been a fan of hers from the nfl network. She has a fantastic podcast where she breaks everything down in the most detailed way in the world of the nfl road show nfl road. Show of course talking about lindsay rhodes. She's our guest today and she is amazing. We get into all of it. The aaron rodgers of it all the fact that the nfl is perhaps the most healthy Of all the major sports right now in terms of stars and if they retire then starts to follow them up and then starts to follow them up spit specifically at the quarterback position and teams that she thinks are can either be good or great for teams that she thinks could either be bad or good and then of course We get into who we think it's Really dominated in the nfl. Fantastic discussion lindsay. Rhodes she joins us. But i wanna talk about naomi osaka. Who jaded you watch the documentary. I'm in the middle of watching it. Yeah it so good and so many points. There's a feeling from her that she just doesn't want to be in the limelight. It's interesting because i think she wants to play tennis. And wants to play tennis on the highest level. And i think she appreciates at times the the like fashion element of all time and her interests outside of tennis. She's found a way to kind of draw them in us tennis as a way to get the other things that she loves this world. Put them together but she does not like talking to the press number one and number two i think the pressure of it all she can handle it. She doesn't want to handled it and she does. And i don't think she should have to. I think every star is different. She can take questions differently. Maybe maybe maybe reporters are trying to get quotes for their stories. I think maybe with naomi. Osaka maybe they emailed the core email their questions in two. Maybe it's a little more work for reporters and they're going to get angry about that but you have to write down. The question. Initially just hit clicks and clicks and send it to her publicist or someone who works for her and she can dictate her response. And that's it or do it over the phone or something like that. They can do so. There are ways for her to not have to be in front of the cameras because she was in front of the camera and a reporter last week asset. Obviously you don't like being here with me. It's a weird right. Mike question. I guess was you also have outside interests beyond tennis that are served by having The platform that the media presents. You might mike. My question is how how are you able. How do you think you might be able to best balanced to. I can't really help that. There are some things that i tweet or some things that i say that Kind of create a lot of news articles or things. like that. and. I know that it's because i've won a couple grand slams And i've gotten to do a lot of press conferences. are these things happen Diode also say like i. I'm not really sure how to balance a two week. I'm figuring at the same time as you are. I would say so. Essentially he was like you don't like being here with you. Don't like being around us. And she made him. you know. Repeat it and you could tell it really liked stuck her. It really got it. Doug something up underneath. You felt like there was a joy in the reporter saying that. Ask it like the other day. My daughter who she got back from camp and you know for various reasons. She's very much in another world and very distant from us and were at times. Not getting along. This is someone who we are very very close with and get along very well so the other day i asked him do something and then i had to remind her of all the things that that she had to do and i started out by saying. I'm sorry about what i'm about to say to you. I know you're going to be mad. I know this is going to upset you. And that upset her even more. I'm an idiot for doing that. I just literally spa stoke the fire because made me feel good. Because she's been acting a certain. Let me get a little digging on you before. I do my thing. And that's what that question. So that's now. The relationship between the press and naomi osaka which isn't necessarily fair to her. And i think we get in and talk about this later with with with lindsay and i think we are in a situation with athletes where we're asking them to do so many things and then we are shocked and surprise when they stand up and say. I'm not gonna play through this pain. That's right. I this is emotional pain for me and she really made it clear in this press conference with this thing. She's like it's not so much. The press conferences. That i don't like it's when they happen so it's either right before a big match or right after big match emotional emotional and vulnerable and i know that feeling when you give up so much yourself and you emotionally invest in something in your nerves in your anxiety. All we were pratt. We were trying to get our set together for conan and we did it thirteen times in four days to get ready for for our coenen set last one we did and we were at every set was great. We went up to the comedy store in the main stage when we follow joe rogan. Who had a phenomenal set in front of his audience. We were doing a five minute tv set. We're not cursing and for whatever reason maybe it just wasn't up to it. It was not a good set and we came off stage and both of us were extraordinarily pissed. Because we're like this guy to go on count in we just bombed out. Some at whole press corps suddenly interviewed us in that moment we would. It would have been a disaster disaster so instead we were able to have time along with each other and say let's go upstairs to the belly room and see if we can't set up there and try and walk off the stage in a with a good feeling and walk out of this place and we did and it was great but if someone would have talked to us in that moment and be like how you guys found about your material. We'd be like terrible. I don't think it should be a comedian. And i hate you for asking equitable and so like your emotional. I understand that was after one. Fifteen minutes at a comedy. Think about playing for three hours on the tennis court and losing a game that you match that you should have one so that is look there. Are i think people like you. Gotta be mentally tougher. Air john mcenroe in the back of his brain being. Like you've got to be mentally tough and maybe you were john mcenroe more mentally tough but we again always going to go back. And point to bjorn borg bjorn. Borg seemed mentally tough. He seemed strong and they tried to kill himself. Right so is gonna come out. It's gonna come out somewhere. it's going to come out. I'd rather someone say i can't do this. Presser then twenty years from now. Try to hang themselves right exactly so. That's a very very different so we need to. I think in some of these moments say every person is different right. Every person isn't martina navratilova. Every person is in em marta. Lena by the way. Have you heard martina and chris. Evert talk about martino who i thought was like a machine. She was like the most emotional person ever and chrissie. Evert lloyd crazy ever. Everett was like the most like machine. And like i never knew that about the two. So you go out there. And they give their life on the line the only thing that the world kind of puts them in these situations where they all seem the same all these athletes. Some people can handle things. Some people can't handle things. I think we need to have a new approach. You know how cove reset everything in our lives and our understanding. Hey maybe a broad brush doesn't need to paint everybody the same way. Maybe we deal with some people this way and other people's the other way maybe it takes a little longer. It's more to have different approach. It might be more work for everybody but let's just do it. Maybe that we'd better for.

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"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"They were seeing use churches or whatever but the the problem is you can criticize all that and you can be absolutely right but then then what then what do you say you know where where are we. Where does it leave us in that. That's when it gets confusing. And that's what fascinated me is. I thought but hitchens and undockings. They just take potshots at all the stuff they don't like but they're logical conclusions. Strike me as obviously preposterous. They they don't they don't really get anywhere they just criticize and they think that's enough. That's all i needed to do. we're going to go to a break Final segment with james lindsay. The book is cynical. Eureka listen talking to james lindsay. The author of cynical theories activist. Scholarship made everything about race gender and identity and james. I was saying that You know you're talking about math but you You know or that. Rare mathematician who can write about ideas. You don't just do. Matthew philosophize about about math ideas When did that start for you. When did you leave. You know pure math. Say i want out. I'm interested in writing about ideas ideas. The interest started before. I got into math so i was that way as a teenager. I wanted to dig into the roots. I wanted to study all the world philosophies and religions and learn what people thought and how ideas developed so that interest was already there. That foundation came with me into mathematics. And then like. I said i left the university after watching this shift towards student retention. I didn't want to be a part of that. I left university in two thousand ten. And i still wanted to engage with ideas though so i still wanted to get involved in to discuss and debate and to right into thinking to read. And so that sorta shift and without having an it's very difficult without having a institutional culture around you to do a subject like math which is really hard. Unique other mathematicians thinking about math around you saying math things around you pointing you in the direction of saying math things around you a guidroz number. No that's more of a physical more. Like i think chevy chef polynomial might apply to this problem in a way that you never thought about before he gives in height. So you What are you doing these days. Since you've left the academy officially what are you doing. I created a company called new discourses. New discourses has a website called new discourses dot com. And what i do. Is i study critical. Theory as far back and in his deep as much as i can and i tried to explain to the world where it came from what it is how it thinks including critical race theory most prominently right now and probably the most adapts for these queer theory gender theory the fat studies. We laughed about earlier. Like where do these things come from. Actually go read the primary sources. And then i understand them and i report on them. That's what i do all day long every day and the fact that you read the primary sources. That's i just wanna take my hat off to you. Because i don't think i get get past the first paragraph without dying the abyss shit. Yeah it is. It is the best. So you're still in tennessee. I still been telling people wanna find you online bingo new discourses dot com or they can follow me on social media at conceptual. James conceptual james So it's your. I mean you publish a journal what it what is what is the new discourses has articles has videos and it has mostly right. Now a podcast. I do podcast. Episodes about as fast as i can. Put out a lot of what i do on it. Lately is read the primary sources while interpret them for you. Like harbor. Marquesses neo-marxism from the sixties. I just read his essays and then this is what he's saying. This is what it means. This is what the words mean. When he says democracy this is what he means communism you it is really kind of funny. I would think that because you're doing this that you would have some kind of a cult following in the academy that there are grad students And and professors and associate professors since his presence around the country. Who are thinking this stuff. But they don't have an outlet or they don't know where to go and i would literally just met one before i came over to the table. Literally one came up to me and was like you know. I'm a grad student. Thank you so so they have to be out there. Because not all grad students are insane or fake woke or whatever it is they they really are reality based and they think. Gosh i've got live in this world so your voice of sanity in reason in the midst of that madness So i would think that you would. You would be increasingly popular over time because there's just a lot of these folks out there so when did you start a new discourses We started in february. Twenty twenty okay. So yeah you guys are pretty new. Yes so i'm just thinking that Folks if you if you know anybody in the so-called academy in the university system Let them know about new. Discourse and about james lindsay. James just a joy to get to meet you. Thank you for what you do and thanks for your time. Very pleased to give me some bad..

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"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And and where did you go to college. And how did you become a mathematician to begin with. I grew up in east tennessee. And i decided near the end of my time in high school. I wanted to be a physicist. So i majored in physics in for undergraduate and i got a degree in physics in two thousand one and then i changed. I did not want to be a physicist anymore effort to classic electricity magnetism which is hard. So i switched gears. Tim mathematics which always also been interested in and i fell out shifted to math crazy. I and i loved it. I loved it. Phd at university of tennessee. And i've always wanted to meet somebody who loved math. And now that i've met you i realize no i don't know it's just so it's so funny. God creates us. At least i see it so differently than the idea that For me you know. As soon as i hit precalculus. I realized this is not. I'm not enjoying this the way i'm enjoying history in english. And how some people just flourishing they love it were overtime. We'll be right. I'm talking to james lindsay from so when you decided you wanted to have an academic who rear in mathematics. Where did you. where did you see that going. This was pure math. Abstract matthews is not real employable. What i saw finishing my phd was at the university of gone through a tremendous political administrative shifted. It wasn't going woke. Or maybe it was but i didn't know it. It was switching to student retention uber alles and so the goal now was keep. The students keep students happy. Keep the students paying. Don't fail anybody. Don't make them feel bad. Whatever they want and when you start to realize that the lunatics are going to be running the asylum real quick. I thought i can't teach honestly like this. I can't teach honestly with a quota where i'm not allowed to fail more than one student or something in math. We're often seventy percent of the class. Might fail this is. It's so extraordinary when things get. The upper hand went when when the when the bottom line the money. The free market says that we're going to. We're going to prioritize this over. This truth goes out the window. Obviously you cannot have standards if once that happens. But you're seeing happen at the university of tennessee in knoxville avenue. All universities. There's a huge arms race. After clinton federally underwrote every single student loan. So all of a sudden they had a infinite pot of money to try to compete for. Because no longer. Was there anything over anybody's head in terms of being able to go to college. They could just funded federally underwritten. Well so it's interesting to me because you're talking about it's just an. It's just an amazing thing that money comes into the picture And all these universities who forgot why they were there to begin with just decide were business says and we're going to go after the money but once you go after the money. Truth is the casualty. Certainly in math. Talking about truth. And stuff. But i i just. It's just so crazy because the things we take for granted that the way a university works so the way you know and the idea that this stuff while nobody's paying attention happens these ideas in there. I have to ask you. I've heard this. I don't know who said it. Maybe was einstein who first popularized the idea that it's fascinating that the universe is can be described through math at the laws of physics can be described via man. Because i'm not a mathematician and i got a one on the ap physics exam. Because i didn't study for five minutes. I don't really understand why people are so fascinated by that. Can you explain why people are fascinated by this idea that there's this thing called math that can describe the way The physical universe works wise. That amazing i don't know you actually you. You ask the wrong guy. I actually feel like you do that. I feel like in fact. This is very controversial in the philosophy of mathematics. I think that math is ultimately. Empirical people were measuring things and they came up with numbers to kick off the marks. Yeah after another and it all came from looking at how numbers work in. The numbers turned into fractions. Fractions can then be extended logically into abstract concepts like real numbers and complex numbers functions. And so but i think it's all good it's roots and very basic axioms truly are self evident and then it's just logic applied to that and logic is right. You know you're christian. Not step on you but john one says that's where it comes from logic is right. What do you mean john one. That's where does john say in john one that In the beginning was the word and the word was with god and the word was god and so if you go back to work as logos logos logic than the logical structure of the world i mean. I don't mean to get the illogical no quite not not my game but it's more funny funding talking about fallow centric criticism. I don't know i can get that regularly. That pretty know. I think that the. I think that logic works. Logic is what logic is because logic works. Logic is the way to take one idea from point eight point be from point to point c. to understand what's going on so when you have axioms mathematics like these are what numbers are. This is how numbers were great. And they actually are self evident descriptions of reality then what flows from that just by applying logic is going to be a very comprehensive description of reality so i don't see the mystery. I've disagreed with most mathematicians on kind of funny. Because i'm with you on that i mean obviously i'm a christian but i've never really understood why. That's so astonishing. Look we may be missing something. But i'm i'm always always opens new ideas man. I mean a lot of mathematicians think mathis squiggle on paper and then they're like. Wow it works in reality. I think that may be it. But it's not they don't think about where it comes from. There's a famous mathematician. Whose name is ian. Something and i can't think of his last name that said that most mathematicians have their philosophically unexamined blend platinum and formalism which means they don't think about. Why math is what math is funding. The job is to do math right. It's it's kind of like richard dawkins Does science but then when he talks about science he sounds like an idiot. At least from what. I've read i mean it's embarrassing. You realize. He's good at science. He's not good at philosophizing about science under different damore of material world but he feels because we live in a world where you know. The enlightenment The new priesthood. Of you know enlightenment thinkers and scientists. They've they've they kind of we act as though they're oracles and and and so we asked them. Please tell me what's the meaning of life when their job is just to do science and so yeah exactly I have you read. I was really because i did. This wrote this book called his atheism dead. I for the first time. Force myself to read some of the stuff by dr atkins or hitchens and i find it unpleasant because i find it very I mean just intellectually tremendously sloppy and. I was really disappointed. I said i know they're better atheist than this but they became so popular. Do you have any views on that. Because it's just a strange phenomenon to me. I mean i guess at it. The thing is that the new atheism movement in its essence shares many things in common with critical theory. It's almost a critical theory of religion and there were reasons why critical theory goes viral. Especially in certain circumstances. It's got hot take flavor to it. It's got that you know. Oh you smashed the person you own them are you know destroyed all capture owing the lives. Yeah it's got that feeling to it but it also taps into this feeling. I think that a lot of people have which is everything. You've always known as wrong everything they've told you is wrong. And so there's a different level of cynicism there like it feels like being redfield and i think catches on for people who you know feel like. Their religion was disconnecting from there. They were seeing use churches or whatever but the the problem is you can criticize all that and you can be absolutely right but then then what then what do you say you know where where are we. Where does it leave us in that..

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"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We should however it's actually very dangerous because kind of the core belief that studies at the center is that the claim that obesity is a medical problem with medical consequences is just a application of power by doctors who prefer thinness over fatness for arbitrary reasons except for doctors. And so dangerous though. There are a raft of of health related problems disasters in the making obesity. Crisis epidemic is real and it's causing many health problems for people and to deny that. Just say that it's an application of power to make people who are over. You're not allowed to say overweight because that presumes that there's a correct way. Can i say chunky. You can what about husky is the word of the day it's thick. I know i i. I was with somebody who used the word thick i was like. What's that ends in to seize not a little meat on the bone. that's what we're talking about. I'm okay so you You deconstruct to use this word now. the deconstruct correct. Yeah and you. I guess I just want to say that you know when you're talking about this kind of thing. It always comes down to power. It seems to me to be deeply. Corrosive lee cynical at its base but also to be rather clearly culturally marxist. I mean if we're talking about power it is by definition to me cultural marxism. Isn't that where all this stuff came from. Yes again a simple one word answer will do. This is a evolution. Or if you actually understand the theory it is a dialectical progression of cultural marxism into a new frame where it can be applied. Say in the american context. Okay so for people who are just tuning in. Tell me audience. What is what is cultural. Marxism cultural marxism the application of marx's view of stratification of split in society between say the bourgeoisie and the proletariat the upper class and the lower class stratification upper and lower and they are fundamentally in conflict with one another such that. The upper class maintains in a luxury consciousness in the lower class to exploit them and then the goal and marxism is to awaken that consciousness of their exploitation so that they will revolt and create a collectivist proletariat dictatorship. That's now going to usher in us toward a better future communist perfect utopia and so that's marxism. He did it with economics. Now you switch this to switch this out of saying oh it's about means of production you say it's oh it's about means of producing art in media and literature and education and the fan and the reason the switch was made. Let's be honest is because actual communism. The economic kind of that kind of marxism had been shown demonstrated to be an utter failure because of that they had to say well. We didn't really mean that. Here's what we mean. And they change things quickly rising get something ally and he changes gives you new lie so the idea that graham she and others said we're gonna take this concept of pitting people against other people of dividing people you call the stratification and it's no longer than going to be the bourgeoisie and the proletariat now it's going to be any of these other categories but the principle is the same. We're going to pick people against other people are going to tell them who their enemies are. And we're going to get leverage by. Doing that does exactly right. And so early on it was high culture versus low culture than in the sixties at switch to associating identity factors with culture race gender etc. We're going to be right back folks. I'm talking to james. Blazing to say am talking. James lindsay co author with helen. Walk rows of cynical theories. We're talking cultural marxism. And again. I i want. I want my honest understand this. Because i've only really understood this fairly recently. Where you really understand where this is all coming from And i would say to you. You're agnostic. i'm a christian. But i would say that. What i find interesting ideologically as you know trying to parse this make sense of it. Where does in the world when you talking about cultural marxism and this division of people pitting people against other people making this group the scapegoat there whether it's the jews of the rich people or they're the clerical establishment. Were going to demonize someone. And we're going to leverage people's animists. Kind of natural animus against that group. But i don't know what was in marx's head but it is a very very cynical amazingly cynical way of seeing the world. Oh yeah it's very very dark. And in fact by the time you get to the cultural marxists in the neo. Marxist it's blatantly a conspiracy theory but you have these people who produce the culture and they do so with the cynical motive that you know they can of course read those minds as cynical motive to keep everybody else down to keep everybody oppressed so that they can maintain small kabbalah people to maintain their power over the world. So it's extremely cynical. That's why we called the book cynical theories Not least especially because they believe that they can read their opponents minds and that their motivations must always be the worst possible motivation that you could land upon so they can continue to stoke that grievance stoke that resentment that simone as it really. Simone you wanna say that you want to use the same dairy out of used Isn't he dead. he is dead. He's dead at but he's not always been dead. No he was alive for awhile. i. I met him When i was at yale i was eighty. Two radi three. he came and visited. I once escorted him across the calhoun college. Residential college been renamed popper or hoppers. But i- i escorted him under an umbrella. it was a light drizzle and there was a A wiffle ball game going on. And i had to kind of guide him through the outfield. You know to safety. And that was my moment. With with jacques. Derrida the zeitgeist in the french suit. It's so strange that these people were really of kind of idolized. and the academic world He was somebody that i mean for my audience and for me to tell us who he was in that movement. Why did he become so popular. I mean he was ultimately in some regard. And i use this. In the loosest sense a linguist he was studying. The idea of how reality is structured quite literally by the way we interpret language. So he comes out of this structuralist tradition that he wanted to take apart and he said well. We don't really are words. Don't signify things. They signify ideas and then those are really only describable in other words so are words only two other words and so he was a person who has actually hollowing out our ability to get to meaning one of his challenges. And i know it's a little philosophical to say this is. He said used to challenge his students. If anybody can bring me a signified that which is signified by a word or an idea language somebody can bring me an actual signified. Then i'll give them an a. Emma and whatever course or whatever it was you know prize and because he believed it and words never point to reality. Also if i bring him a rock and i say this is the rock. And the word rock signifies this thing. He would say what he was like. No no no that. That's an example of a class of things called rocks. There are many different rock. What is iraq. And so there are so many different things that can be called rocks. that's just one example of a classification of things that we refer to as rocks that itself is ambiguous a camping nailed down. We can't be made solid to use upon you. Know he can't be can't be understood as such and so what you really brought me. As an example of a thing we understand it. A word called rock. That's not very clear. What actually is is a single example. So you you failed you so if you see something like that at the dinner table in my house you get smacked in the head and say go do your homework. I've had enough. And that's the logical response to that level of idiocy. dr world. you can just go on and on. It's dairy others. They took annoyance to a high academic level. Like it's this sort of the annoying thirteen year old. Who just needs to get some acting. They heads to get out of here but but they were allowed to make careers of this stuff and it is just. It's just so fascinating to me that Here we are dealing with. That's there's something about the structure of the culture in which we live that allowed this lunacy. I mean i would see it this way. Is that a real wartime or in times of difficulty you you don't have the ability to countenance this foolishness but in in in the west and in postwar america particularly we have We've been so blessed with so much freedom and relative wealth and leisure that we have allowed this nonsense to to have some room to grow. That's how i see it. No it's true. You have to be extraordinarily comfortable there as a professor or as a rich upper middle class or lower upper class westerner to be able to think that this is a good description of reality and that this stuff you know is the best way to understand the world that we live in. It's a completely luxury belief in that regard. Now you're a mathematician. So where did you grow up..

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"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Now i mean we you know you're sitting here and we laugh. You're telling me no no. No this is. A real paper was published in two thousand sixteen. Got a lot of national science foundation money. You mean taxpayer money. I mean they were on a much larger grant. This paper came out of a much bigger project. But that project was funded to eight hundred thousand dollars of taxpayer money. Okay folks you understand why. I need to pay attention taxpayer money. That's your money and my money. We made that money and it's being used for this stuff and people are making those decisions so basically that whole world and the academy has been taken over by nuts. I mean i. I say nuts because i don't have the time to think of Of of a better term they're basically crazy And they are in an echo chamber of people who if not crazy or at least unwilling to speak against the craziness unwilling to impose any logic. Give any pushback so your initial reaction is. Let's have some fun. No my initial reaction. When i saw that paper was a part of me died that this exists at all. I mean for three days. I just kind of locked myself in a room. Not all the way locked in. But like i wouldn't interact stayed in the dark. I was just depressed to see this assault on science. And then these people right before a hoax. Like alan socal did in nineteen ninety-five to expose postmodern nonsense with his so-called fashionable nonsense book that he wrote i don't i don't remember that it was at yes so alan socal was watching the same thing happening. It was creeping into science in the nineties. There were people like lucy era. Guerrero french postmodern feminist writing things like equals. Mc squared is a sex to quesion because it privileges the speed of light above all other speeds. That's an exact quotation by the way. Say that again equals. Mc squared is a sexed equation. A sexed you mean. Sexist basically yes maiden sex instability. Mc script is one plus one equals two also somehow sexist or racist deaths. You know what i apologize. Math is inherently systemically racist. That's right and that's why. I never did very well in math. I was always humanities guy. So it'll get you. But i mean i keep having to interrupt because i know my audience is probably thinking so this is real. They're not making this up. We're not making this up view James lindsay my guest. You lived in this world so when this stuff was coming out Yeah it must have disturbed you but this goes back at least the nineteen ninety five do initially hero a paper saying that gravity is a social construct and just ripped quotes out of their postmodern. You did what you guys did. Yeah but but with physics and they published in a journal called social tax that duke university and big scandal from page of the new york times. He ends up getting a major book. Deal out of it you know. He's a physicist and mathematician. Lots of lots of impacted actually did a big of damage in the nineties to what was so he gamed the system and one because just like you guys his stuff was published and it it it blew up exactly and so we said they fell fort once we can do it again. So let's try it and we just took off. And that's when the fund began my guest is james lindsay. The book is cynical. Theories have activists. Scholarship made everything about race. gender identity. and why disarms. Everybody will be right back folks. How many years have been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise getting older at that could do it getting older. Which is why. I am so impressed with pete. And seth talbot. They are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus. And commitment seriously they recently shared with me that they are doubling down and went to literally double their total number of happy customers in the next year. And i believe they'll do it. So here's the deal if you're struggling with back neck shoulder hip or knee pain. Even general muscle aches and pains than i'm suggesting you order.

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"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the eric metaxas. Show with your host. Eric metaxas taxes joe american taxes. And i'm in tampa. I don't know how this happened. i don't even have time to look into it. I'm just here. And i'm doing my show and the beauty of being a turning point. Usa convention is get to bump into people that normally wouldn't bump into for example today. Right now I'm going to speak with james lindsay. Who's james lindsay say I don't have an easy answer for you. All i can tell. You is that Multi things he has a new book called cynical theories how activists scholarship made everything about race gender identity and why this harms everybody He's co written a book with helen. Pluck rose i james. Let me at least say. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. You came to my attention at one. The audience to to to get this because this is so delicious so wonderful that i just i said earlier my head exploded to use the cliche. Does your i heard that some academics who were saying people maybe conservatives. I had decided to scam the world of what even call that world critical theory the academic nuthouse. The academic booby hatch where everything is about You know the patriarchy and marxism and feminism. And it didn't just just the looniness of that world you And some others had written papers and submitted them to academic journals. And that that you were this is obviously stuff that you made up for the fun of it and you submitted them and they were accepted and published. When i heard that i just could not believe how wonderful this was an i said day i gotta meet this guy so i'm thrilled to meet you today. Tell my audience. The provenance of that exercise. And you know where you were at that point in life sure i. It's a little bit of a complicated story. i don't wanna bog it down too much. What's that what's called usually by. The way is the theoretical humanities which is a terrible towel. -tarian phrase. I think well of course it is. It's it's made up the theoretical humanities. It's not reality based its theoretical ideological. It's crazy but it exists in academia and so you decided to to play the game make fun of it. Yeah exactly. it's very much. It's a little bit ironic because we were looking for a metaphor moment ago and it's more like a kuku than it is because it lays the egg in the nest and displaces real scholarship with this bogus marxist critical analysis of everything credit as marx at ruthless criticism of everything that exists so what turns out is we were actually the three of us. Were all atheists we were involved with these three. So helen puckers did it with me and another fellow named peter promotion. The three of us wrote these fake papers. Together you physically. I was in knoxville. And peter lives in portland. Oregon and helen is in london okay. Instead of the three of you knew each other somehow twitter. Okay so you discovered each other through twitter and your academics. What what academic field. Were you win in knoxville at that time mathematics. Oh i forgot your mathematician. Yeah i'm a mathematician peter's a philosopher and helen is a. She has a master's in literature late. Modern or late medieval early modern literature late medieval early modern. I didn't know that was a category. I thought went the medieval far enough to bump into early modernism. You mean early modern. That's a different term. I guess that's an argument for her. I have no idea. I just take what you really mean is edmund spenser. Okay so let's Let's break this down you. You were an atheist was telling. Ats yes all. Three dozing was debt. So you're atheists but you still have a fidelity to what we might call reality and reality logic exactly and so. You're observing that. The academy has gone insane especially humanities. Bright any thought. Let's have some fun right. And the relevance of atheism is that it hit their first. They went crazy ten years before everybody else as progressive it's left of course and so it melted down and we were getting everybody. We knew was getting accused of systemic sexism or systemic l. Is jargon and terminology so we started reading the literature to find out what it was and we thought what in the world is this and finally one day we saw this paper got published in two thousand sixteen. There was a you know a feminist glaciology paper and it was like wait yeah. I'm talking about glaciers. Glaciers that's That is ice ice and somehow this article about glaciers somehow meant to take this from a feminist perspective. Now is that even tenuously possible. no not in reality. Thank you know simple. Yes no over the answer. It's it's more insane than you think. i mean. they literally have a part in the paper. Where the advocate feminist geography glaciology would include though feminist woman who paints pictures of glaciers should be included within the science because that's pictures of glaciers to okay. I wasn't to open. We need to pause for station identification seriously. I mean it's hard for me. I want my audience to understand how crazy this is so we have to kind of take it slow. Because we're saying most people who live their lives they don't have the freedom to live in a world of lunacy they have to you know they've got a food on the table. They work their jobs. If you're late you know that's a problem like they're these these fix things. There's time there's money there's the material world and yet in the academy people are free really to drift With the clouds they're completely unmortgaged from anything to the point where there are people crazy enough to write about something feminist geology or geography..

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"lindsay" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"This week. We have lindsey zarni ac who the hosting a daily olympic show for nbc slash peacock during the olympics. And we get into some things about women in sports media. The rachel nichols maria taylor situation with lindsay So stay tuned for that. When you start to show we've been. We introduced several weeks ago. A train of thought segment on the podcast. Most of you. I would assume all of you who are listening to this know that i write a daily train of thoughts comment column. I should say daily train of thoughts column for dot com and we have decided to make that a segment here on the pod. We've been doing it for a couple of months. I get my buddy. Sal licata who in new york on. Wfan radio and television. He joins me and we basically take. What the column is and we make it part of the pod. So we're gonna kick the show off this week with the train of thought segment. Usually we do it after the interview but we went through tom. Brady's joking at the white house. We talked about Peyton and eli and their monday night. Football alternate show for espn two. We talked about the worst songs of all time. We talked about yoenis ordering a half sprite half lemonade at chick-fil-a so we're going to start this week. Show at the train of thought segment and the interview with lindsay's harnack before we get to it quickly. If you've missed any recent episodes of the media podcast make sure you check them out. In the archives subscribe last week. Andrew marchand from the new york post two weeks ago. Sean mcdonough from espn three weeks ago. Chris long all recent guests on the podcast subscribe. And if you could leave a review. We're going to try to do something with people. Leave a review Whether it's a prize whether it's a shat out maybe tied in with train of thoughts Column but if you can leave a review. I'll read the reviews on the pot if you wanna leave one. That's funny they don't have to necessarily be like you know. This is the greatest podcast. You can make it amusing. Just get five dollars and we'll show some love for people who leave reviews all right. That's enough of the plugs. let's get to this week. Show traded thoughts was avocado followed by an interview with lindsay. Is arnie right here on the media. Podcast i join me now. The weekly train of thought. Segment my buddy sal licata from wfan s and. Why is we do this every week. So i'm going to say hello. I'm just going to say this. It does because i'm your friend. We'll give you a chance right now to retract. What you said last week about jaanus. Oh god i totally forgot. We wouldn't even get into this. I know you we were going to get into this. I wanted you to not plan your fake apology. I give a real apology. If if you think that was bad what i said last week you should hurt me a few weeks ago after game two versus the nets was saying this guy is the mvp yacht. This is what the league mvp. This guy's terrible gained a three canada..

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"lindsay" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"So what we do is getting that passionate definitely definitely so what do you teach executives lindsay. I'm fascinated by that part of it. Yeah pay so really. As i said malcolm side of the business that he does Leadership programs for an executive teams. He does quite a lot of a one to one coaching programs. For some sort of high profile executives maybe one more personalized input and sometimes they end up being a real a combination of base. That the mentoring the trait the want bespoke training and coaching and mentoring and coaching all very different. Yeah were say in a coaching is much more. It less directive. It's really helping the learner. Understand how they can ask those insightful questions that we were talking about earlier and get the onces really for themselves whereas mentoring is much more giving that that more directive lie may be sharing your own wisdom and experience when i worked with for myself when i went with as many as my duty these one to one programs. I was make sure that it. It's it's closed as a bespoke program. That's going to include mentoring coaching. And i'm taylor training year. So that you really combining all avai skills and just just ensuring that the learner gets what they want a need our programs and that's fascinating. Why can wanted to warm with. Ea is absolutely fascinating at with some of the challenges that come out. They tend to be a stay molested challenges. I much actually mentioned. Time is a big challenge. Yep absolutely so yet at the time constraints and trying to fit so much into your working day when you really are the end of the day. Only one pair of hands which we kind of like a lightbulb moment. Some what it was all of this and at the end of the day. It's important that you recognize. You are one person and net withhold time management. I was kind of like to turn that on. Its head a little bit. And and maybe focus more managing your energy while the time one of the most popular sessions are deliver particularly for in-house pa networking rates and in house teams around ensuring that your your focus on your.

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"lindsay" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Changed. So let's just go through the motion work app. i'm we stats and to out and we let together about this. Slight tweak in india yeah resuming things and the layout changed slightly but the ethics happen. I as you know. I try and mike teams an awful lot and i'm doing lots of virtual live training. If that the moment. I've got to coming up next week. I had one last week one week. Four and teams being updated almost daily. And you can't guarantee that the next time you open it something won't of moved. I'd get i do get the notification. Say changes are afoot. But you never know when they're actually going some this by the end of january. Well that could be anytime and then you turn on a native update in the background and that buttons moved. And it's not what you want. So i totally totally get that anyway. We've we've had a lovely chat back accreditation. I think it's time for us to queue up your wonderful lindsay taylor who runs your excellency. And they will. I'm not going to tell you what they do. I'm gonna let linzie herself. Tell you i've known lindsay quite some time and i'm going to have a nice so i think so. Let's go and get her welcome back listeners. And now i have with us the wonderful lindsay taylor from your excellency. Which is a virtual academy for. It says as pays and executives. I didn't think about the executive billions. You want talk about that at all you are. This may not know who you are. Even i've known you for a while so do introduce yourself absolutely say i thank you very much for inviting me delighted to be here I've got no script so this is just gonna be just very good at swapping so if you need to stop me at any point. Genencor john stop me and as you say we are a virtual academy your excellency limited. We were set up in two thousand seven so just starting off fourteen year which is yet we deliver training coaching credited professional qualifications to the ea a an apron professional but also we do deliver a learning and development to.

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"lindsay" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lindsay" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

"Welcome to show. All right today. I'm so excited. I have a guest on that. You know, you never know what you're going to meet someone whether it's through social media or whatever and I accidentally just chronic cross paths with Lindsay and man. I just fell in love with her and she chatted with me I chatted with her. I became a customer of her birth. Where their business hello audio and I followed her just as she does her thing in life on social media and then I saw her on clubhouse matter of fact, she so she's the boss blame. She's the one that got me and I've been just following along and she just this great person and what I love about her is that she has ovaries comes some serious challenges and you know, when you live a life of inspired action life is not always perfect,.

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