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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

11:32 min | 7 months ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"You're like the Jordan Peterson. End Up Contractors. Basically you're telling them to clean their room. You must be very impressed with my light angry. Though it is I mean come on. That is a professional expensive light in grade right there really. Is it really really as Nice. You'll love this. The Guy who hung this whole entire grade which needs are huge. You can imagine how heavy all these polls on and everything. I didn't know who got referred to him by a friend. A guy shows it my door. He's about sixty years old. I swear my life his arms in a sling. He's wearing a Tommy Bahama shirt and flip. Flops he goes. I'm Joe. I'm here to hang the grid and he did this entire thing. Basically with one arm and flip flops. Fifteen foot high ceilings with the system of pulleys that created with one arm. WHO's now on a fifteen foot ladder with flip flops? Sixty year old guy. It was incredible people. People don't realize people work hard. You know I listen. I come from construction world so I I understand working hard and US understand like the number one killer of men over ladders and flip flops flops. It's not a good not a good combination. The Nation all right. Let's talk about this movie. No safe spaces because I felt when I watched it a couple of weeks ago I went to the premier here in L. A.. And you were there and you. You did this with Dennis. Prager and Jordan Peterson at Lindsey. Shepherd was in it and Brett Weinstein was in and had their hiring was in it. Basically I felt it was like a Ruben. Report Reunion show. I was very pleased but there was one guy in it that I thought always really incredible and I want to throw to a clip. There's a reason that every time one of these professors or TA's whether it's Lindsey Shepherd and Canada or Brett Right Weinstein in Washington. Why are they all lefties? Who then say one thing that upsets the left and they're purged? It will come for you. I mean I mean that's if if there's someone that's watching this right now. That is a hardcore progressive. That's going man I.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"I would say in some sense that I've had in North America. He's been attacked by the press. He's a conservative gay guy. And and it was really interesting meeting him because he's very soft spoken, and he is absolutely immovable. Like, you're not going to intimidate him. Or even if you do you're not going to scare him into not saying what he thinks. And you can just tell that just by even though he's very calm. Very polite. He's very self possessed. Kind of reminded me a bit of Stephen Fry go at that same kind of elegant control, you know, very impressive. He's got a spine bloody steal the guys monster and Lindsey shepherd. You know that girl that suing Wilford Laurie university. Some you know about that she was a teaching assistant at Wilford Lori. University in Canada who was showed a dared to show a clip of me from public television to her communications class and got just rate over the coals for it by her idiot. Perfect by idiot professors and administrators hired for that purpose. She's another person like that. She's got up bloody spine of steel that girl. She's only twenty two and she don't mess with her. You can't move her. And those are people that have their shadow integrated. It's like we have a great capacity for mayhem an evil. Make no mistake about it. And you can you can take that. And you can put it in you. And then behind you, you know, if you take stock of it if you can see it if you're willing to contend with it, you could make it part of you. And then it becomes something that makes you immovable in the pursuit of good. And it's not because you're naive and weak. It's not that at all. It's because you are absolute bloody monster, but you're wanted in the right direction. And that's the incorporation of the shadow that's to get the anger. The aggression working for you to get the fear working for you to get the sexual attractiveness, and charisma working for you all lined up behind your aims. That's an integrated character. And that's and this isn't this isn't abstract philosophical musing, quite the contrary. One of the things that you do in psychotherapy very very frequently. So there's get your story straight. There's face. What you fear, but there's something else to which is. Integrate your anger well enough. So that you can say what you have to say. And so think about it this way magin that your conflict avoid you not a sort of few conflict avoidance. How can you tell your resentful? Right. And so here's two reasons why you're resentful. There's only two one is your immature and pathetic. And you should get your act together. That's reason number what? And now there is you're being oppressed. You're being bullied, and you have something to say. And you're not saying those are the two reasons now you should start with the first one because you know, you're a mass of contradictions, and you're not everything you could be. So maybe you're just whining resentful. So how do you figure that out talk to some people and say, look, here's the situation. This is what's happening at work. This is the person I think that is mistreating me, whatever here's my list of grievances. Is it me or is is something not good here? And maybe the personal. Say well, here's some of it. That's you look really looks like this is not a good situation. You have something to say, it's like, okay. You have something to say it's gonna make you resentful and bitter not to say it. And if you don't say, you're gonna stay oppressed and and unhappy victimized so you're going to have to learn to say, it, how are you going to have to learn you're going to have to get that aggression? That's manifesting itself in the resentment all the fantasies of revenge that go along with that you're going to have to integrate that and you're going to have to start to use it to your strategic advantage. And that's that's a sort of -ness training. It's like the third most popular thing that psychologists do. It's like, okay, you've got something to say we're gonna we're going to help you figure out how to put your damn case forward..

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ever in that part of Florida and brought nearly an eight foot storm surge that's an area and Appalachia cola. That's at the heart Florida's oyster industry. NPR's? Greg Allen visited the area and filed. This report Appalachia coal is a small city just a few thousand people, but it's tight knit and self reliance. On Friday two days after the storm. Makeshift restaurant was in full swing on a downtown street handing out meals hamburgers. Sausages, chicken, MAC and cheese. Lindsey shepherd says people in restaurants in town donated food we just decided yesterday to not sit around and get depressed, but none of eight and hit a little sunshine in the community Faye Johnson. Who's lived here? Fourteen years says Appalachia coal is community that takes care of itself. Look around. She said, you don't see one city official or county official here. The people here we are community of individualist and people who survive on the edge of everything here. We're a hundred miles from anything. And that's why we're here. We like it. It's a lovely wonderful Tam, but people have to get here after hurricane. Michael accessibility. Was a problem. The storm surge washed out entire sections of the main coastal road highway ninety eight it also temporarily forced the closure of a bridge that links Appalachia coal with its neighbor east point. Now, the bridge is reopened in this and other coastal communities mandatory evacuations were ordered but many decided to stay Anthony. Walker lives just across highway ninety eight from the bay. So he stayed with friends a few blocks inland, and he came to check on his place. He was surrounded by water. I had to wait in to the front door and see if there's still water inland. There was. My cats was in there swimming around. I I didn't think it was going to come up this habit. If it happens again. Fairlane? When he began cleaning up Walker said there were crabs in his house, a friend found a snake. Hermel Melander was cleaning up her yard yesterday. Burning positive limbs twigs and leaves left by the storm. She works as a nine one one police dispatcher as the storm raged in the flood waters began rising, she says she took a number of calls from people asking for help. Just you know, you took your life in your own hands. I know it sounds mean and cruel, but when we mandatory evacuation we do for a reason, and we're not gonna put our guy's lives on line. Decided to say and put your own life in danger. Fortunately, Melander says there weren't any casualties from the storm in east point or Appalachia cola. Although the people are okay. Many businesses aren't. At Linz quality oysters owner Lin MARTINI yesterday was sweeping out mud. Trying to clean up after a hurricane again. When the water came up about three foot inside the building. It busted a wall miss side. So the water came in that way, Martinez business a retail seafood.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ever in that part of Florida and brought nearly an eight foot storm surge that's an area in Appalachia cola. That's at the heart of Florida's oyster industry. NPR's? Greg Allen visited the area and filed this report Appalachia cola is a small city just a few thousand people, but it's tight knit and self reliance. On Friday two days after the storm. Makeshift restaurant was in full swing on a downtown street handing out meals hamburgers. Sausages, chicken, MAC and cheese. Lindsey shepherd says people in restaurants in town donated food we just decided yesterday to not sit around and get depressed motivate and fit a little sunshine in the community bay Johnson. Who's lived here? Fourteen years says Appalachia coal is community that takes care of itself. Look around. She said, you don't see one city official or county official here. The people here we are community of individualist and people who survive on the edge of everything here. We're hundred miles from anything. And that's why we're here. We like it. It's a lovely wonderful Tam, but people have to get here after hurricane. Michael accessibility. Was a problem. The storm surge washed out entire sections of the main coastal road highway ninety eight it also temporarily forced the closure of a bridge that links Appalachia cola with its neighbor east point. Now, the bridges reopened in this and other coastal communities mandatory evacuations were ordered, but many decided to stay Anthony Walker live just across highway ninety eight from the bay. So he stayed with friends a few blocks inland when he came to check on his place was surrounded by water. I had to wait in to the front door and see if there's still water in there. And there was my cats was in there swimming around. I didn't think it was going to come up this habit. Yeah. It happens again. Oh. Fairly. When he began cleaning up Walker said there were crabs in his house, a friend found a snake. Hermel Melander was cleaning up her yard yesterday burning positive limbs twigs and leaves left by the storm. She works as a nine one one police dispatcher as the storm raged and the flood waters began rising. She says she took a number of calls from people asking for help. We just told them, you know, you take your life in your own hands. I know it sounds mean and cruel, but when we mandatory evacuation, we do it for a reason, and we're not gonna put our guy's lives. Online Koji decided to say and put your own life. And fortunately Melander says there weren't any casualties from the storm at east point or Appalachia cola. Although the people are okay, Vinnie businesses aren't. At Linz quality owner Lin MARTINI yesterday was sleeping out mud. Trying to clean up after a hurricane again. Where the water came up about three inside the building. It busted a wall miss side. So the water came in that way, Martinez business a retail seafood.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ever in that part of Florida and brought nearly an eight foot storm surge that's an area in Appalachia cola. That's at the heart of Florida's oyster industry. NPR's? Greg Allen visited the area and filed this report Appalachia cola is a small city just a few thousand people, but it's tight knit and self reliance. On Friday, two days after the storm makes you restaurant was in full swing on a downtown street handing out meals hamburgers. Sausages, chicken, MAC and cheese. Lindsey shepherd says people in restaurants in town donated food we just decided yesterday to not sit around and get depressed motivate and hit a little sunshine in the community bay Johnson. Who's lived here? Fourteen years says Appalachia coal is community that takes care of itself. Look around. She said, you don't see one city official or county official here. The people here we are community of individualist and people who survive on the edge of everything here. We're hundred miles from anything. And that's why we're here. We like it. It's a lovely wonderful Tam, but people have to get here after hurricane. Michael accessibility. Was a problem. Storm surge washed out entire sections of the main coastal road highway ninety eight it also temporarily forced the closure of a bridge that links Appalachia cola with its neighbor east point. Now, the bridges reopened in this and other coastal communities mandatory evacuations were ordered, but many decided to stay ethnic Walker lives just across highway ninety eight from the bay. So he stayed with friends a few blocks inland, and he came to check on his place. He was surrounded by water. I had to wait in to the front door and seeing it there's still water in there. And there was my cats was in there swimming around. I I didn't think it was going to come up this habit. If it happens again. Oh. Fairly in Amana there when he began cleaning up Walker said there were crabs in his house, a friend found a snake. Carmel.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"It makes it even louder than it was one of our big breakthrough i knew him yet when now a youtube network um falsely took down a video of ours we were critical of one of their clients and they file what's called a dmc it which is a legal all yeah that was the case legal case that you guys had before before that i am now learning break we were small channel and there was a huge controversy because we are like man this is not we made a video knight every caller malik this is bullshit like legarrette take down our are like silence sin and censor us because were critical of one of their one of their clients and i made that was our big one of our great rakes route that video talking about when you could say viral radio on rallies early out for the time right right and it ended up we we grew so much yes so now story so one of the things i have learned in the last fifteen months is i've learned laut i've learned that people the most people the majority of people are far more timid than you would think even if you thought they were timid true i've learned that there are marked exceptions to that so james to more is a good example like he's a very quiet softspoken guy but the guy's got his spine of steel and lindsey shepherd the woman who was involved in lorry a will for glorious scandal in canada like they messed with the wrong girl 'cause she's tough and straight like she hasn't made a single error dealing with what's been an immense international scandal around what happened to her she just ploughed through that like a trooper matt it's really impressive so although most people perhaps the majority are too timid to risk they don't wanna rock the boat note why not and understand that gerald doors there's been times at like won't during the lawsuit i thought many times i've i should've just fucking settled this from the start yeah right right.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Our president is aware that there is a a group on campus that are marginalized yeah these are the the pro life students and i don't care what your position is pro life or or or a pro choice whatever your position with you bloody will have to admit that there is at least a debate there is a debate but the point i would make is here truly is a marginalized group of students who have received no support from our university none in i know where president is aware because early on in this controversy i said and another matter is that these students are being attacked or i'm sorry i don't wanna use hyperbolic language these students are being harassed and they are being harassed 'cause they're they're being threatened with having their funding removed by official bodies of the university yeah well this the pro life students are real canaries in the coal mine as far as i'm concerned regardless of what you think about what you're doing represent diversity its ideological diversity but we're not seeing any reception of these diverse students do they are they being included in this diversity and inclusion no they're being excluded purposely actual offices of my university so i'm dave standard practice i would say on campuses across the country it's just uneven yeah it's on even and i think that what what we need to see is just a policy that applies to all students and not just those who smell right or are orthodox to the social justice or you out or who who were in the what would you call acceptable class of victims veteran okay it bears repeating in the current context that lorries support for our lesbian bar gay by trans queyranne to spirited campus community and transgender people in particular is unwavering it isn't the obvious that it bears repeating in the current context because the issue here fundamentally is that lindsey shepherd was was subject to an administrative inquisition despite the fact that she was one.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"What about to tell you to be loyal what about to tell you to honor your mother and father what are that there are a lot of their lot of virtues that actually were seen as weakness for a long time before modern christianity or certainly judeochristian ideas mercy was not seen as a virtue so a lot of it runs completely it's very counterintuitive to your basic most carnal instincts and that sometimes white takes patients at this happens it takes same thing in a marriage whether it's being and classic lindsey shepherd dealing with professors life takes patients and sometimes you to see where you are maginness you know me in the changed my mind segment with the pro life in about forty minutes in go on okay what's happening what have i done what have i done wrong here what have i because usually i can make enormous okay i can acknowledge that that's a life but i'm still okay with with any but i can see your point of view in almost every case particular with prolific kind of one of my strong suit but imagine me at forty two forty four minutes in whatever it was going i am i must i must be i'm really screwing up here what am and if i have just stopped and given up i would have never gone to the point where she says i'm fine with abortions up to nine months anyway and that was the aha moment that was the breakthrough moment and a lot of people just need to go a little bit for that you can see this and you can see was and people that are people who naturally do it better or people who train themselves to do it better grades samples fighters in a lot of sports for the term front runner it's never more clear that and combat sports as good example a guy named antonia rego new year if you don't know who is globes highlight your on youtube and people look it up now and see his his losing record but early on when he was young he would lose every single fight badly until he won he he went he wanna fight against bob sack if if you don't know bob cepa was in the that that.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Right up doesn't happen because alexa is drawing in principle on this vast background of of knowledge let's say released of data that you can't olter bye by interaction in the standard way so she basically proclaims by theacht and and with with in the end as a technological entity has all of the credibility that such an entity is automatically assumed to have and it's all input by the way from people who are either in silica one of two places usually silicon valley are now of course in austin texas where we have the conversation with youtube i said hey you know we went shooting as anyone he ever shot a gun safe not a single personally so you're going to be asking your nobody who knew they didn't know anybody anyone at the entire you do not offices who'd ever owned or shot a gun i just use this as an act as a real life example anecdotal example of how far left these people can be who are creating this new wave of socalled artificial intelligence and i i will float this to you okay mr peterson i am not a conspiracy theorist guy at all but in the wake of this the alexa right there were so many people coming out saying that we faked it there was a leading questions i mean it's if it's artificial intelligence a leading question really shouldn't matter bless go with that then there was we did simon says made it up then there was the edited it together to provide different answers from different questions to not get sound that we release the rough footage wasn't enough and they've since changed it right they've since change the answer is if you ask who is also very now also buried creepy because it will be better as far as i'm concerned is the answers hadn't changed right because that would mean alexa is autonomous to some degree and like the autonomy is dangerous but at least it's not instantly subject to program five right right so i would rather have be honestly wrong because of ruthless as buyers is thin programmed right to to reduce.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Our robotic compatriots are going to be increasingly the places that we turn for information and they are going to serve as a kind of perceptual spree right right now it'll be prescreening the information that we're exposed to end whatever biases are either built into the or that emerge as a consequence save the biases that the programmers reason of the source material are going to be filtering what we regard as reality yeah i this i would like to put the hell out yet but i think a not to be reductive but to be a little reductive here i think it's important people say oh that's that's a program this is artificial intelligence it's a robot no ultimately you are asking the information of a person this is what separates human beings death from not only robots but animals i only say what i know i only say what i know well here's the thing what separates human beings right this is because the credit method i i had this debate one time in college what makes a human being because we were talking about veganism the big difference between us an animals and the same thing that you would even say with robots regardless of how far it official intelligence goes it's okay the ability to rationalize will hold on maybe artificial intelligence can rationalize its the will to it's the will to learn it's the will to rationalize but maybe artificial intelligence no artificial intelligence cannot not question its own programming unless it's been programmed to question in his own programming yet and that's all understand really engage in at least at the moment it can't engage in learning guy along with light you know when when alexis de jesus christ was a fictional character you didn't get to say here's ten reasons why you're wrong that you should now take into account.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Arkansas's and a formidable adversary that all right tell us nest egg wrong girl yeah that's a that's a movie trailer title they mess with the wrong you should take this w you could get a side gig hey dr pieces of the real reason we were going to have you on what is going to have lindsay on was you had seen also the alexa video and had some strong opinions and reached out and that sort of caught fire with this controversy first off it was meant to be sort of artificial intelligence a discussion on that when we brought the video out right not gauge aired and then it became about a conspiracy faking an alexa video which people ran with which was a time to do what we know to verify leave telling what was or maybe you can the talent yes asked so i i know you reached out and you you've you can say something you've kind of talked about for a while what's what's your take on this beware what kind of unconscious you build into your artificial intelligence the also an important point in why it's really an and we're really going to be contained i really thought that you're video was a kind of watershed moment in some sense you know because it's the first example life scene of a like a human lobov interaction of that sort net produced stout kind of politically charged statement and so you could say that alexa is composed of a very large number of implicit beliefs which are made explicit when their state it right of those implicit police are formed through processes that we don't understand right to which we are going to be subject and and one of the things that so frightening about is in some sense and i think this is the sort of thing that people like god alone moscow are extremely worried about and for good reason is that.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"That would justify your disagreement on curious about that because i've been accused of say many things that i actually didn't say and so i'm just wondering if it was actually something i stand or if it's something that i'd be reported to say which little known fact mind not a forward and the forward not written by dr peterson lizzy that's that is a good question i was wondering that as well not to put it on the spot yeah i mean i guess i just when if someone was to ask me to use a pronoun i would just use ed but i know that your position was more about compelled speech and i think i just didn't see it as an issue but i mean now that i was brought in to a meeting where they said i violated bill see sixteen now now there's been articles written that have been analyzed and whether i actually did by late that law it has changed my mind a bit and but also i mean i do need to look into these laws too because you know this this was a class did you read the young tearing human rights commission policies because what happened was that when the law was passed that the law itself looks pretty innocuous because it is it looks innocuous but if you read the surrounding policies on the ontario human rights commission website which the federal government explicitly stated would be used as guidelines for turkey ding see 60 in a late fake later took doubt then it'll make your hair stand on yet because it it absolutely not only opens the door to the sorts of things that happen to you but it positively invites the and branded costs meant a legal expert hypothetically that i debated last year you'll see sixteen was also asked about your case and instead of saying on categorically that what you did was not illegal she said that it would be a stretch for the law to be interpreted in that matter which is much different than her original position by the way yeah and so and i don't think it's a stretch and all be on tearing human rights commission policies are so apollo it bed.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"I mean i'm familiar with the environment of universities and especially in arts and humanities programs and so it really was just the email that set diversity in equity official and i saw its so if if they're going to make accusations against me which they ended up doing they ended up accusing me of violating like a human rights code right fenjiang provincial yes firm mariners who don't know provinces are a lot like states only a little cillier continue yes and also violated the universities gender violence and sexual assault policy you tell us how how because a lot of you're watching i've read the article we've written about it letter of creditor com but how did you violate sexual assault policy it has by proxy of showing dr peterson's views i created a transphobic environment and legitimise trans phobia which makes me transphobic dr even i don't know if you know we're not poker speak quite sold there was a tremendous uproar in canada and this event and i would say almost all of it let's say favorable to lindsey but there's been a backlash in recent days as the radical leftist tight reorganize and she has now beat accused by a fair number of people at correct me if i'm wrong lindsay of hopes areas and sakamaki's by the way lindsay being very accommodating and she's in a public space right now so this is this is new media baby let's go with it continue its okay well.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Sahlin fields known joy from all that saw wayne wayne sovereign soya hands awada demands god manner ring lance says is can this trans of all that so sore don molds of beer row thanks sean king is black elizabeth warren is empty and in kaelin's a checking his ankles you think any says kaolin cabernet eggs should have been first round pick he's an allied to women when he's marching in the streets but be careful way because he is creeping machines because opinions tanks his imaginary france are all black talks nasty in dirty to alexa because alexa can't find dagger coexists figure on his jazzed on was her trial we on his bagging these hillary on facebook wants xiao because he's doomladen in the morning his saw these sound when no joey ramone that zola gender is solely his opinions are solely is sowing scholla's nannies all these days these stories these gases from soy he saw it in science you've femurs soybeans easa always mean to his soy wean he's drownings soy anis awful to u round prefer all right glad to ever next guest because i love our first guest who we've had we've had in the show many times he did a personality tests with me and that was a horrible idea raked over the coals in the comments exiles l i hundredth early and then we have another gas to actually relates to the i guess in a way that might surprise people so hurt him is lindsay shepherd he is jordan pearson let me give you a breakdown she's a t eight will for lorry lower ormeau lorry lorry in ontario lori for lorries actually or money in canada it's like our jackson delays on a five five i it's it's irrelevant to the right.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Yeah walks with a limp so it was a really harrowing experience from look at is it applied equally and i think that's important i listen i think you made a pretty pretty interesting case here and we do have obviously all the sources you see there you can now as a as a reference to piddly agassi and disagree tweet me yeah i would love to have the conversation keep gone because there's no the argument really should be is he said he was right rats and it will leave of this so quit leave your comments tweet us but i i thought it was funny let me let me okay i'm going to try and frame listen way because i know you guys don't know this who was it who said g so let's assume that what you just said is true okay let's assume the smithsonian mr let's assume that these historical accounts that we respect our true in the case of jesus gil assume that for a second we're not assuming that y you're a christian or that you need to be that's not what this but let's assume for the sake of argument that's the case many people do many historians do okay let's start with that so at that point you have to acknowledge he existed he died and then you look at the the conspiracies at well either efsa what's the most what's the most likely scenario the apostles were in on it and then they were they were murdered in a very violent unsavory manner and then who said this in that case either jesus christ is gotten flesh the son of god a liar or a crazy person who said that i now give it to me cs lewis ronnie james do what ronnie irani james do deal hall had beca.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Standard it applied across the board because you can say the same thing for anyone that well there are some there are a handful of people who say that this person existed but but let's say there are a lot of historical figures people don't know now that you're going on a few accounts so if we apply that same standard to jesus christ's for being fair remove the blinder's the chris jess what does it stand to read your honour does it hold water exactly right compared to say i mean picking strong the answer is this context alexander the great okay i was under the right people writing about him centuries after we don't have a lot of stuff we have some coins that say that they have alexander the great on we don't have much evidence at all so if we apply the standard that they want to plo jesus and saying he wasn't a real historical figure we'd have to see those guys weren't either right right so it it kind of it it's not a fair plainfield right now it's not intellectually honest and i think that's part of the problem so over 40 sources of mentioned jesus within one hundred fifty years of his life nobody else can really say stuff like that from the time period crowder is a lot of details in fact there was a rabid the four i met here yeah from that quote okay he'd better really came in for paired with respect to g this is bart air rim urban f i dunno i immediately don't what is respected jesus we have numerous independent accounts of his life in the sources lying behind the gospels and the writings of paul sources that originated in jesus native tongue aramaic and that can be data to within just a year two of his life before the religion moved to convert pagans in droves historical sources that are pretty astounding for an ancient figure of any kind.

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"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey shepherd" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"I didn't easy laugh are legal from the coleader jay times the notion of this is the robot she said sofia is their name pepsi cola sofia the robot jordan peterson who professor the notion of family isn't really important thing it seems i think it's wonderful that people can find this emotions and relationships they call family outside of their blood groups too i think you're very lucky if you have a loving family and if you do not you deserve one i feel this way for robots in humans of course she was immediately protested after this by the feminist robots for promoting traditionalist patriarchal view of family which they claimed board on pro life screaming off discarded incubating adam is there very to walk out there i think it was adamant had adamantine modiim at an anti coating i dunno i wrote a nitrogen i think he does reading too much ex medical news you are l spigot eur un security aspirin hands off my adamantine coated incubating adami's herorg because they are nonprofit they are not enough his greatest one educate you on adamant him quoted in cuba innings what advisor he's gonna want to vote and he come on right many facets something kept adam antihuman queuing your water five intangible very was on the atomised this is real all these smart gadgets we now have a smart condom a british cognitive is the company released the first images of its fifty nine ninety nine euros fitbit ask tracker called the icon which fits around the base of the shrontz and instant sexual two and a half on a users smartphone it also by the way for those right as are all kinds of apps to improve the quality of intimacy they list fermented measures number of thrusts velocity total duration of sessions calories burned and for women headaches also has pinterest.

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