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Facebook Misinformation Posts Get Six Times More Engagement Than Genuine News

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 10 months ago

Facebook Misinformation Posts Get Six Times More Engagement Than Genuine News

"Article came out this weekend. Friday night was long ran a lot going on this weekend before the labor day holiday was really tired. So i'm out trying to enjoy some black in salmon. One of my favorite things to eat went my wife and my daughter talk and i'm good time couple. People came over to say hello and this article someone sends it to me. Goes look this zero to washington post. The zeros nasal lisbeth d-wash. Watkin dwoskin out. I don't care but she this article. The washington post missing for the washington post talking about misinformation is one of the most intentionally. I think they have to be joking. Like this has to be a pitch at the washington post writing about misinformation. So this is the dwoskin whoa shkin. She says misinformation on facebook six times more clicks than factual news during the twenty twenty election. Study says right-leaning pages also produce more misinformation the forthcoming study fat notice. She cites no examples in this piece of misinformation whatsoever because elizabeth too stupid to do journalism. So we did the journalism for her. But here's the piece of. She mentioned me. This is classic. Dogmatic study about right wing for the washington post which is hilarious. She cites news guard guard. She doesn't even do the homework herself. She says no they set it. It was like she does the beavis and butthead other kids. She doesn't do any research herself. She says he's groups have categorized thousands of facebook. Facebook publishes by their political leanings and by their propensity to share trustworthy. Or untrustworthy news. It's all areas. The team then took two thousand five hundred fifty one of these pages compared the interactions on posts on pages to publishers known for misinformation such a left-leaning occupied democrats and the right-leaning dan bongino when breitbart

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

08:15 min | 11 months ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Said you know what i'm going to start teaching classes for kids with his ability so i got in contact with traces as cool program from kids their after school after they finish highschool. They can't really go to college so they spend two into their twenty one day. Go to this agency and they take him out on the boston hurt so i talked to them and i say common. Take a class with free. I don't care. So i started a nonprofit because what am i students athar for help. I said i want. I have a dream. My dream mr The able to as still haven't gotten much way. My wanted to have a facility where kids and people disability disabilities Young older they can come and exercise and do things that they don't. Have you know like jim how to a kit like that. Go to a gym. A normal jim. You can't go everybody's working out and looking good and they all can barely move. So assad the nonprofit. My friend jackie handsome. She was just the best. She helped me. She was a retired librarian and she helped me we did. We got a nonprofit. In six months. I went to the you know you had to put everything. So it was and i wanna. The color guard was saying to with the exercise but it was in his memory. And i did and then i created the dance therapy exercise because so that stands therapy for the kids. Actually i got that name from bilo. Therapy they call it by therapy to. Because it's like a therapy. You exercise Sold as how it started a grew. I had over three hundred students all my gosh. It was incredible. I went to different. I was working. I crazy because they are finding out about me. And then there's no other programs like that was fun and i start doing it and i was busy. I was teaching twenty hours a week and slowly. You know now getting older. My knee doesn't like it. I've been doing for too long many started to hurt. So i'm kinda slow down so i teach more seniors. I teach the kids. But i don't have as many students that i get used to. Things are changing. You know like my life in in every and everybody's too. But i do have some in both led the pandemic head may so i have students across online on To causes a week for two different groups of people with disability there are like agencies in with an all profit. They don't have to pay so it's three so i do fundraisers to keep guard for that. My students love what i do and i have. My youngest student was five years old and the oldest one was nine years old awesome. Where can we find out more about you and about the classes and all of that stuff on the website the www jc orgy dot. Org there is my the calendar in talks about everything. I have actually a an english spanish. The spanish i normally do now group supports for people with parkinson's people find me. I have never had to go get anybody. They taught me a b. Cla is a parkinson's community. Los angeles and they wanted to star at spanish support group and they didn't have anybody to speak spanish. I can't believe in late because nobody to speak spanish. They do what. I do pretty much and i started a group. We started with ten people out. We have two hundred people sign up people from columbia swell argentina. Because we're doing a line is open to everybody. But i think i'd be when we go back to. I had to go away into that group support so and then because the other thing i do is i did. Teach the boxing for parkinson's because i apply for grant so they can take causes for free. So i've been doing. It is almost my is going to be done next month. So our pain. It was good. I mean i do two times. Two classes a week of boxing in two classes. A week of dancing with the kids. And then i do two classes for seniors two times a week so i'm too busy doing. Yeah that's awesome. I think it's so important to recognise that able. People don't often see that people with disabilities can also do things can also have the desire to move also have the right to have fun and dan's and accommodations are necessary and in not see them as burdens. Because they're not like you said they're human beings that deserve to be happy and have joy and move and dance and enjoy their life the best way they can thank you for doing all you do you welcome. I get that a lot. A lot of people knows what i do. Totally there's something that i want to mention about my son. I call him the miracle child and milagro me home inaugural. He brought everybody home. He brought it. But i mean he happened to my mother Happiness to my sister. I mean if they would never move here wouldn't she wouldn't have got married. You know is like everybody got a little bit of happiness. Because of him and he did it he is the only one responsible for all of us. Be safe. I think we're safe in venezuela right now is horrible you. I have cousins. And i feel so bad because i can't help. You can even go there because they won't let you get out so he saved all of us for sure. My dad is a very spiritual man and he says that people with disabilities are set loose. So he's always like when you'd like for example kids with down syndrome or kits in a wheelchair for whatever reason it is. He's always like that's onset of the elusive gambian. That must lose to the world. That's that's their role because while we able people we can see that they can't quote quote do much like you just mentioned other things set your son came to. He came to bring light to every every place that he touched. And i do. Tell people when you see somebody like that. Don't be afraid. They wanted to say high. They wind you to talk to them. They're like i can help it it. There's everywhere i see somebody. I have to say hi. I don't try to get involved in their life or be an appropriate. I just wanna knowledge because they. They need to be acknowledged. Nobody does that. And i. I got so it. You know sometimes when you don't have experience in your life somebody disabled. You don't understand what that is you don't don't notice you know i noticed every body especially Senior somebody need anybody. So that is something that you have to allow data via yet to see it What are two or three things. That people can do to be more conscious of people with disabilities or people differently. Abled notice if there was somebody in the room or in a in an party on the street a waiting for the boss just knowledge them. I don't know a lot of them. Tell you before you even say hi. Empty bowls reaction are like. Why do you say hi to me. you're afraid of. Don't be afraid of them. They are not evil. They're a loose buddy. Say they they are. Actually you can learn a lot from them. And i had a lot of cases. When i was teaching my classes that people used to come in. There asked me. How did you do like a nice. It is not them. Is the people that come in the house the problem they don't have a problem they're like high and they're like totally you know and as account so i welcome a lot of people a lot of people learn so much in love it because it was just such a joy seeing this gets know especially with all the problems in the street. Everybody's so. I do think that people have to be more open you know. I like it here in california. I think people are very friendly. People say hi unity even know who they are. So i'm used to it and when you go to florida you say hi people. And they're like who are you. You know it's like they don't. I don't know it's a little bit.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

06:29 min | 11 months ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Hello everyone this is pam. The governor golden palm the bilingual podcast features latinas that he knows let thin air necks and people of the global majority who break barriers change lives and make the world a better place. Welcome to episode. Two hundred seventeen of governor kumbum. Today we have a conversation with these bet. Garcia's since two thousand and seven leesburg garcia's has sought to provide dance therapy exercise for people with disabilities in memory of her late son. When god those guys who suffered from muscular dystrophy leesburg was born in venezuela the youngest in a family of seven siblings at the age of twenty. She gave birth to her son got after five years. She received devastating diagnosis of muscular dystrophy. This point liz decided to vote all her time and energy to improve in her son's quality of life is bad is not without personal experience in living with people with disabilities. Elizabeth sister lives with cerebral palsy. Her mother suffer from parkinson before she passed away and her brother was diagnosed with parkinson at h sixty and passed away at sixty eight in twenty twenty. Her sister did not receive a medical support or an education and had no social interaction outside of the immediate family. She witnessed this low decline in her mother's health. Y while caring for her daughter and having seen the disrupting way in which people with disabilities. Lebanon as well is bed. Made a vow to give us an alive full of physical and social activities that would enrich his life. She made the courageous decision to her native country and come to the us after holding a fundraiser. To help pay for her and what godless airfare to america they arrived in san diego hoping to find medical and social support. And i'll stop sharing the story. Because elizabeth tells us all about it. The totality of beth's life experiences began to merge after one cutlass death returning to her love of dancing and latin musical roots. This beth became a certified suma instructor and as a natural trajectory. She began to teach low income special. Needs students about the joy that can be achieved through joyful dance therapy exercise. Her repertoire expanded to people living with down syndrome. Parkinson's autism muscular dystrophy even people in wheelchairs. She envisioned a program that would provide regular classes for people with disabilities with dr inspiration and a gift for dance. She recruited a board of directors to form her nonprofit one cutlass organization and this started in may of two thousand twelve. You wanna listeners. This conversation would lisp. It was so amazing. It was so rich in context. And i could not address more the resiliency that lisbeth shows in this interview and her life and how she handled everything and the drive as her bio mentioned of continuing to push through the spite eight all of the setbacks that sometimes we get in life and if you are in a place in a space where you feel defeated and you feel that there's no other way to turn back around. Listen to this interview and truly listened to elisabeth story because it's so inspiring. It's so so so so inspiring so powerful and now we hear from the sponsors of the show. Hi there my name is antoinette. Genevieve williams and i am the founder of apotheosis art. Our mission is to elevate emerging and semi established artists and creatives by providing engaging online art experience in platform. We truly believe in the power of art and it is our goal to share that belief and passion with others. You can find us on instagram at apotheosis art or visit our website. Www dot art dot com ec during this interview. We talk about muscular dystrophy. And how she got the diagnosis for her son. We talk about the journey that she went onto to figure out what was happening to her child. Of course we throughout the story. We explore her resiliency and determination and strength and how. She dealt the pain of her son's diagnosis because one of the things that were discussed. Is that muscular dystrophy. It's passed on genetically and it comes from the mother and so we explored how lease beth was able to process. When she learned that her son's diagnosis. It was essentially passed on from the mother. We'll talk about death. And if she ever talked to her son about dying and of course how. She began her nonprofit. This again is an interview. That i think will leave. You inspired and motivated and listened to her with open ears because while it might feel a little bit heavy. I do think you will end up with a lotta perspective. Not only for dealing with difficult challenges but also supporting people with disabilities and seeing them their humanity that they have he went. I'm gonna so talking. Yucky lazaro lender is that gone lease bet. Garcia's welcome to combat. I'm happy to have you today. thank you. I'm glad that i'm here with you. You invite him into this interesting yes now. I'm excited to to have a conversation about you. So the first question that we always ask is what is your heritage. I'm originally from venezuela. South america was born and raised there. When did you get to the u. s. nineteen eighty nine. I was twenty six years old. Yeah it's been. It's been a while been here longer than i live in my country on my. Gosh what brought you to. Us this attrition about my son. I was very young and he was little he was having problems. And i couldn't figure out what it was. Doctors could not tell me when they finally told me that it was something wrong but they didn't know what it was so i decided to route to the states. It was the place to go and find out at brother. Live here in san diego. Actually in i came straight here. it was Had a fundraisers. I came in a plain military playing because it was donated in through the lions club and my son and i were sitting in the back of the plane. No seats just one of those planes. That bring Commercial cargo they open the big mouth and you go in there and then it was three.

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Christmas in Holland

Travel with Rick Steves

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Christmas in Holland

"Let's start with what the holidays were like growing up in the netherlands. That's where lisbeth enhanced was born and raised. Thank you said. I should go on radio. Yeah i think so. I'd love to hear what. Christmas is like in your memory. Let's pretend your five year old girl in small town in the netherlands and christmas eve what do you what did you just do. What's happening tonight. And what happens tomorrow. Oh well you see for us. Christmas was really a family. Feast because probably you know in the netherlands. Originally we never had gifts at christmas. It was the real religious holiday and a family holiday. In my case. I remember my mother started. Prepare the house to decorate it and she had little planks and we put mawson eat with a wire and then we put all kind of green leaves like hawley and other little objects to decorate the house and we fixed it on the wall and we put it on the table and then of course we made the wreath for the front door and then you were hoping it would be snowing on the right day. Because i remember the connie fear the big tree in our garden when there was snow on each and my father would put lights that was magic and then just before christmas. My mother came up with the real christmas tree. And you know when. I was really very young. We had real candles but the clip ons real candidates under the tree inside the house yes and there was a white sheet on the floor to protect the four and then there was a basket with water in case the tree would be set on fire so it was only allowed to light the candles when daddy nami were there and we hardly moved of course because there could be a fire but it was magic to see all these flames burning and then we got it a beautiful dog and it was too dangerous so we had to put electric lights but it was still very nice now for a little child. Who is there a santa claus figure that brings the gifts that seat because christmas without presents because our santa claus is called sinter glass and he has his birthday on the sixth of december. So that is the real exciting. Feast for gifts. And i really. I would be willing to set up an association to save that son abrasion. Because i think it's the most beautiful feast in the world. Why well first of all as a child. You believe in santa claus. He is bishop coming from spain on the big ship with his assistance. Who are black pitas. They are funny dressed and are doing funny things at croats. They are little bit naughty. And you're scared of him because he is the one who could eventually put you in the sack if you hadn't been a nice job but year cintas class is keeping book and he's writing in the book if you were good or bad sell. It is very well organized into netherlands because about three weeks before the six of december which is his birthday. He officially arrived on the big ship in amsterdam and this is transmitted on television. So you are looking at it because you know once. He's in the country. Your parents will allow you to put your old shoe at the chimney. Of course many people had central heating of a problem. But you find a solution you put your shoe in front of the door or whatever anyway. Some problems for a child to believe in san nikolas because one hour later after yet seen him arriving on television in amsterdam. He's arriving in your village as well and so you say to mother. How is that possible. So then she usually explains you while there is the real warm and he has assistance because there are so many children like you. The real one cannot cope with all that

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Justice Department Hits Google With Antitrust Lawsuit

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08:12 min | 1 year ago

Justice Department Hits Google With Antitrust Lawsuit

"Few weeks ago we were all on pins and needles expecting a lawsuit from the US federal government against Google and on Tuesday after a fourteen month. Long investigation that lawsuit arrived the US Department. Of Justice and eleven states have filed suit against Google arguing that the company has used unfair practices to preserve its search and search advertising monopoly. Here to break all the details down with me, records Peter Kafka Hey Peter hit Teddy. So how a deal is this is a very big deal. This is the most consequential antitrust action against a big Tech Company that we've seen since nineteen ninety, eight I don't know what you are doing in one thousand, nine, hundred, eight I was actually still falling technology news back. Then that's when that's when the US government sued. And we've gone twenty plus years, and now we've got the government's suing Google and we knew that this was coming for a while right and we talked about on the show with Shrink Afari a few weeks ago we didn't have specifics we didn't exactly know. What the lawsuit was going to allege that Google's done you've spent the morning digging in talking to a bunch of parties reading the suit tell me what the main argument, the US federal government is making. So I'm going to caveat this. This is the beginning of a process that's going to take years, and so the initial complaint from from the US government. Is the initial complaint it is going to change over time through discovery. Okay. people are going to add to this. It's going to be a living document as we say, but the big picture here is is this to start with the US government saying Google has an illegal monopoly and search that it maintains it focuses mostly on the idea of Google paying. Mobile, phone manufacturers like apple like Samsung fees, either directly or indirectly to give it pole position for its for search engine which then makes it search engine dominant, and then it gives it a an unfair advantage in search ads. So it starting with search and adding on search ads in it is mostly focused on the idea of Google spending billions of dollars a year to give itself, prime? Placement. Your phone and yeah and to the average person of sitting here thinking what does this case kind of boil down to it's basically that Not just that Google is too big right but that Google has unfairly made itself. So essential in all of our lives. That's the overall thrust of all the antitrust and all the tech reform conversations we're having, which is all of these tech companies, Google and facebook, and Amazon, and apple are have gotten so big and they're not really restrained by government in any way, and this has been going on for years and decades and someone should should do something about it, and this is really the first. Concrete who've we've seen from the government in sort of the modern Internet era trying to rein in these big tech companies. All right. So I'm guessing Google to not throw them a big hug. What's their response to this Google response is, Hey, we have an awesome search engine. What's your problem with this by the way it's free so we're not harming any consumers with their awesome Search engine by the way when we spend billions of dollars and give that money to apple and Samsung or do people who use our android software for free, they get to deliver awesome phones to you for less money than they would have normally because we're helping to subsidize that what's your problem by the way? The idea of giving people money to get better placement is not. A new idea it happens all the time. When you go to your grocery store, your target or Walmart people have paid to have their products on the shelf or on an end cap they pay different prices depending on where they get placed. This is not a new idea, and by the way we've done all this in the open for years. Yeah. You get the sense that Google. Sees this as an existential threat at all I mean. I. Wonder to what extent This is a financial risk for Google. Stock Market said no big deal Google share prices trading higher than it was Google has faced these kinds of accusations and lawsuits in Europe for years there is definitely a possibility the the US wins a lawsuit and there are structural a reform is made in. Google. was forced to do something drastic like split it's android business from its search business. We're not sure as possible. This could be a way to break it up. Yeah. It's it is possible. There is a wedge here that you could use to break it up. There's also the possibility that. Spends years fighting the DOJ and it gets it takes its eye on the ball and or it doesn't make moves that it would want to make because it's in a lawsuit and it has one upset the government anymore, and this is what people at Microsoft said happened at Microsoft when they were fighting the US government twenty years ago. Microsoft ended up winning that because sort of there was going to break up settlement for for Microsoft and ended up not happening in Microsoft kind of got away with punishment except that Microsoft ended up missing out entirely on the mobile business and there are Microsoft people who say we did that because we we took our eye off the ball and There's an argument that just bringing the lawsuit and just occupying Google. Is Sort of a punishment in and of itself Peter you mentioned your story which talked about the fact that there's a lot of people on both the left and the right who've been calling to break up big tech. He's going after Google. Specifically, you made a great point which is that you had this sort of unlikely alliance between the trump justice department, which is bringing this lawsuit and folks on the Left like Elizabeth Warren who are. Glad. That Google is getting some skirting for the first time in a while. They're very glad and to be clear you know it's not just that it's a left right thing. I mean, the Lisbeth Warren Detests Bill. Burr she calls him a corrupt trump crony who should resign. And then literally, in the next sentence in a statement, they gave to me said and he should go ahead and pursue this lawsuit. And you know it's as basic as as anime enemy is my friend. The slightly more sophisticated argument is we can't wait to work with the DOJ that we love. We need to work with the DOJ we have. We've been waiting to restrain google for a decade or more, and we can't wait on this. It's gotta go. I want to ask about the timing of this. there. have been reports that this was sort of sped out right that there's an election coming up once every possible accomplishment that he can talk about to happen before Election Day. Do you see any evidence that this was rushed at all or what do you make of kind of reporting that? This is politically motivated to at least begin to unfold before Election Day there was a report from the New York Times in particular said. There's dissension within the DOJ career staff wanted to go slower and that bar was moving to make this go faster and he wanted to happen this fall. The intimation is this would be sort of a political action. It's possible. We certainly have seen Donald Trump rail against big tech companies especially in the last couple of weeks, he has to set anything about this suit today and and to be fair this is a little a little abstract I think for people to sorta understand and you know. I'm not a political expert, but it doesn't seem like this is going to move a vote. That said, you know it's Donald Trump era everything's very weird and and it's To ask questions about something like like the timing on this right? I mean. The timing is step back. Though as you mentioned earlier, this is a years long game. You know he trump I get to say he's begun the lawsuit, but obviously, this is not happening. Yeah. A more practical way of thinking about or another another way of thinking about it that folks have suggested to me is this is likely the biggest case in bill bars career and that if he doesn't file it now or at least before. He may not get a chance to file it because Donald Trump may not be president come January. So the rushes for Bill Bar to get this thing through and have his stamp on it. This a lawsuit that is gonNA live for a long time. Right it could live in Abidin Justice Department right and that he wanted to be the one to bring yes it may sir it is very likely to continue a Biden Justice Department and that bill bars looking at this sort of with a historical frame like this will be my contribution to antitrust.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Not is whatever the circumstances I never got to find out it was always my full beatings were part of normal where life full family to deal with discipline post to say was right or wrong in on me but we do know when it becomes more of abuse than actual discipline his family solution to the tension and his acting out was to send them to Brooklyn to live with his aunt and her family if for the day after Christmas we went to see is an Elizabeth in east Flatbush it wasn't even ten o'clock in the morning but she insisted I try some stew for so this is like really the **** of an ox the tale of the not mean anything like short ribs does that I currently at that rice's mom right do you remember when you first heard that he was coming out I was in Barbados implications when I came back I got a phone call then hi auntie Lisbeth and I was like was this the voice in on any said this means me forget that I lived in your home and then I said my nephew I was so excited I started to cry what was it like like when you first heard that he was going to prison and he was doing things and I was I was shop the prize because I didn't see that comment because he wasn't that that the person and things happen and.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"No but there's any debate thirty years ago I beat an incumbent Republican Congress and I said I was the only one who's beating an incumbent Republican in thirty years well thirty years since nineteen ninety it's a matter of fact what I don't know that that's the major issue of the day I used to I swear the end you guys at the end of the debate and I actually was already in bed when this happened because this was after closing statements I only saw the clip this morning at the end when they're all saying goodbye and checking each other's hands Bernie extended his hand to Lisbeth she declined to shake his hand and then they got into an argument like you can't hear you can't hear what they're saying but you could see the tension between the two is are going back and forth and Stiers walks up to them and just stands there yeah and he's the only one right now that we can assume knows what was actually said heard what was going on because he was just so awkward let me this cannot stand one another yeah acting like you like each other you can't stand one another I mean for crying out loud and they're gonna have to go at each other yeah because at this point we're getting too late in the game for them to not attack one and I wish they would have just done yeah do it online can't like do what we can hear you yeah you know not just these like little tips about the did you say that a woman can win no I didn't I mean now you're saying that on Twitter it's trending that they're saying it's about Warren past I've never worn is also trending along with hash tag Warren is a snake okay Iran this is all we got so much more so much more so much more and in including that the bomb shell from okay if we really have to get to that because it's super important because nobody's reporting about it I spent our mainstream media you guys stay ten so we have been clients of transitions for awhile now and those high tech pharmaceutical grade products that are suited for precisely are hairs that it get thicker and stronger they are amazing I've never use anything quite like them transitions is really made a difference in how my hair is behaving and that's a big deal because a little over a year ago I was seeing a.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Going to need until until reading and so on so this really some of the key things that I think the biggest one is don't work alone and what I mean by. That is half somebody on your team that you trust. It doesn't have to be someone that knows English very well or career languages It doesn't need to be somebody grammarian Jr.. It probably shouldn't be a family member but somebody who will give you honest feedback as you are writing because friends really good friends and family can often say things that you either want to hear a don't want to hear such as this grey it should sell a million a million happy or spoke release stocks. Your terrible herbal writer. Why do you think you can do this? And Trust me. People have said this to some of my authors. I feel bad because it's it's never a true representation of the manuscript is if you can find a mentor. Someone that you trust. That isn't friends or family. That's a great start. A good place to start really is finding editor. They feel like you can work with entrust it will give you an honest assessment of your idea. How what you may have written this far are and what it's GonNa take to get your book completed? Those are the things you really WanNa want people to figure out before you start writing doc tunnel words and figure out if your ideas of good one just because the idea might have been written about a lot time management great example there are GonNa Amazon in time management and you're GonNa have a whole bunch of books to choose from. What makes your book different if you're writing about time? Management is your perspective and the stories of your clients or your personal stories and the way you put it together so so. Don't be discouraged if you if you look in. There are lots of books in your category. How are you different? What makes your words? Believable will to someone. Who's interested in your topic? I just don't want people to think that just because something's been written it's already been done because I mean come on look at movies. How movies are being rehashed? That have been done before. And they're doing it again. I find it a little nuts sometimes as if there were no. Oh do ideas. But every time. They're doing movie. They do it. A little differently to bring up something a little different that maybe the first time now off yeah. The movie analogy is a great one. Where you see reboot of all you can look at this? I've I've seen online on on instagram. The movies that are out right now toy story men in Black Aladdin. The Lion King's coming soon. Okay welcome I'm back to the nineteen nineties and here we are in twenty nine eighteen so it it happens and I love how you talk about. You know people people will say well. You know this book's already been written and it's like okay of maybe the subject you're talking about has been written about a four but it hasn't been written from your perspective. And that's what differentiates every book is. It's written from a perspective of somebody else from their experiences. Their their lives in what they've seen the environments that they've worked in and lived in to see where things are you know like must must with my most recent book that I authored with Dr Basil in when you go into a bookstore in in Toronto on -Tario and you didn't realize that you know that the bookstore had ordered your book and you're in you're in the leadership suction because is that that's books that I like to read amongst others and you're going around and also out of the corner of your eye you see your book and at first. It's one of those things where I've got copies of it around the house and everything like that. I see it. You know. It's almost background noise. Be a look at it and all of a sudden your brain can like tap option on the shoulder and goes you might WanNa take a look at that again and you look and you go. Wow they actually ordered it to have in store. That's yeah that's interesting. Yeah I did because I was a complete shock to me my first book. I knew that they were going to do because they told hold knew they were going to do it and I was thankful that they were able to do it. So you know a surreal moment for their but I expected it to be there This one you know. The book came out in January. And I didn't think much of it. I know that it was available online on Amazon and You know in Canada. Indigo you go in chapters and whatnot. So didn't think really much of it and you know and then here we are. You know few months later and I I glance over and me on the new and no worthy session or thought leaders section and Logan I see in the book cover with the lightning bolt. Wait wait a minute. So I took so I took a picture of it and and Senator Darlene Geno anything about this which I which I know she didn't because I I handled the you know dealing with the in the book printing and you know the getting the artwork in the right format and and all ecocide handle that aspect of thanks. Thanks She she handled the editing Aspect of it and all of that good stuff on the website and that's kind of divvied up the to do less and and she's like you know expletive no and she was a absolutely stoked about it and then I saw it in another Another location set up here too. And so I'm very. I'm very thankful to to the the team at Indigo for for carrying it and And for everybody on Amazon that you know that bought it at the beginning of the year and you know it was nice to hit number one day one it which is which is no small feat especially because we didn't we didn't overly market it you know and I I blame the Reformed accountant that that I am Jazz I always made fun of the marketing people and kind of kicking myself on that now I should have paid more attention back then but ill in never she will the exactly exactly. But you know that whole the whole journey of of writing a book whether you're You know in the two books I did. The First Swan was pretty much may and then worked with an editor to get it a tidied up a little bit and you know so it was Able to be released and all like stuff. The second one was much like the the process that you described where here's a chapter. Here's a section. What about this? And we had had several people look at it outside of friends and family. Just your colleagues and colleagues of colleagues like how does this resonate unlike the spot on this is and then you know the whole editing process. I if I if I could put the to dot the original in the after the edit component together they are different books The content is the same but again with with with doctor battlefield being a PhD. It tended to go in a particular direction. Okay and you know the editor Thankfully went lead spring this back to Someone that you decided to stop their education around the six great okay maybe eight because it was it was it was re now I was able to read it and I'm reading this as good contact but It it needed In needed a little bit more commonality as far as the audience was concerned again. Of course you know. The audiences is geared for organizations in people that are in the work place in culture and whatnot but it was definitely one of those exercises where it made made the book better. Yes and you brought up a really good point about how you right. I I see a lot of different types of writing in my business and the best advice I can I can tell people is right leg Ken blanchard not like Makita Drucker. And if you've ever read Ken Blanchard's books they are at a sixth grade are lower Age level because has they're easy to digest versus Peter Drucker who was a true management thought leader but he writes very highbrow. It's it's it's for me it's a Slob to get through it. Even when I was interested in what he was writing and nobody today will really. He wants to have a book that nobody wants to read. That's not the point if you're if you're only writing a book to say I'm a published Amish author than go ahead do whatever you want but if you want your books to impact Your Business get noticed in the media Get your clients. Speaking eggs develop a seeking career in your book has to be something people want to read that they will derive new knowledge from that. has them go to know that sound. That is how I look at every book that I that I read. It's got and I need to understand. Was the the motivation behind writing. This book and I will tell you that alone. You don't think about that and it's kind of a key reason for writing. The book is not just going to write a book because I was told. If that's your only reason for writing a book that I would suggest to different because you're not going to be in it sure. Yeah that's crucial in the thing of it is too I. I like telling people with anything. Not just writing a book but anything that they're developing and for someone to consume you know whether it's podcast or a blog post or a song or anything like dense. What's your what's your call to action? What do you want that audience member to do after they've consumed what you've created? Yes there's there's there's gotta be something because because if if it's just dare here's here's some information awesome. Thanks and then it just okay uh we we call those newspapers you know. Oh Okay Boston beat Detroit for two last night okay. There's really no we'll call to action unless you're a Detroit Fan. You're not happy if Boston Fan. You're happy and other than that. That's it but a a book especially in the time that it takes to really put together a book Is is a lot of work involved and some some books take longer. Some books are shorter. intensity and focus time and all of that stuff stuff to get the content together But again if you're if you don't have some type of marching orders you want your reader to do after after they've read this book like you said find another medium save yourself a whole lot of time. Maybe instead of writing a book write blog blog post and then quite frankly and I know some people do this. You know. They'll go back through their posts over a few years. Not You know a couple wigs but a few years they can curate some of that content and take it and start formulating it into a book format format because blog book. Everybody says oh you convert your bog into a book while all is going to be as a book of blog post right at that. No it's it's like you know you have ingredients to cook a meal depending on how you shape it is going to depend on what the outcome's going to be is going to be. You know a pastas are going to be a bowl. is going to be a soup as all of these things they they all vary on what you do in the meantime. It's you can't say well this is just going to be this like you. Everyone's GonNa read into that and go. Oh Wow I just paid ninety nine for his blog post which I consume for free. Oh I don't feel good about that one-star then you get the one-star reviews and you know like oh great. You know. Maybe I'll put a little a little bit more time into that one next time. That was actually how I ghost wrote a book for a client. I had been writing for him for about ten years and signed. I approached him with the idea of taking these articles and combining them into a bog that then he could give out to his. His patients are his clients. He's a pharmacist. He really was big enough peri menopause and truly wanted to help women who were suffering for NBC and didn't know why in their doctors were telling me why Over the course of ten years I learned a whole lot about menopause and was able to take all of those articles Charles. I rewrote everything and create a transitions. We also added in some of the test results from some of his patients that that would allow onto.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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15:12 min | 2 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I've got Elizabeth Tans on the line. Hey Elizabeth are you doing. I'm doing great awesome great to have we met at the New Media Summit Conference back in February Twenty nineteen down in Tampa Tampa. And I'm not going to get into great details about this event but it it's pretty amazing event and you meet some incredible human beings at this thing and that's the one conference. Prince sits different than so many others. Where you'll go to a conference in you're going there to see the speakers and the people that are talking but at this particular prevent you end up having more connections with the people that are sitting in the audience than you do with the people that are up on the stage? It's just an absolute amazing event that I've had the fortunate to be able to go to a few occasions. So I'm guessing. He found the same experience when you attended did I. Did I like the fact that it was also very small. Because I've into some events there were thousands of people you have no of meaning the person on stage are the people onstage much less a lot of people in attendance. That was is not the case. It was very warm and fuzzy event in a in a good way and I'm glad it was the first event that I hadn't attended events for years years and so that was kind of my entree in soft landing pretty awesome. I'll I'll pass that information onto the host because it makes for a great event so beautiful segue from you said Fuzzy to you are the founder of fuzzy dog is a professional ghost writing in an editing company for books and the nonfiction category. So what prompted you to get into that world of of editing books and Eh Ghost writing it was. It was really a progression when I started my first business. The higher Back in two thousand five. I was in writing content writing web sites working on box and over the years. I got a little disillusioned assault producer. Can you are a lot of hats. And I felt like I was constantly marketing and wasn't really honing in where my where the gold for me was laws and after doing that for several years I finally decided on I'm done being sold and I started looking job and there is a lot of other stuff inter suffice it to say I I had a big wake up call and didn't live evaluation and I knew that it couldn't work in a cubicle and I couldn't go back to work for someone else so I understand what it was that I really liked about my business and what I loved was working on books working with authors or potential authors and helping them find the words that they needed to how great a book that would further their business. Leave a legacy on create A media store so that was that was really. We're fussy dog came from from. That's awesome back story. And I I'm with you on the once. You taste being your own boss going back and working for somebody else is very very challenging exercise. Because you lose it's the control of how you do things. And even the most flexible of organizations are still structures and systems in place. Yes that May. Not Be an alignment with how you work or want to work. And there's that whole night of five thing and everything else in the commute commute and you know the not so good coffee in the office and you know the the you know the drama and the gossip and all the other things that you find in organizations and you end up going. Yeah no I don't have time for this I I would much rather be being productive and working on some things so I am thankful that you had that awareness. The realized Yeah Cube. The Cube farm thing is not for May I know and for many many people. It isn't and I think that's why we're seeing so many people looking at different things to Escape the type of work environment which corporations need to take notice of that because at the end of the day There needs to be a shift in how work is done. And I think we're we're in the very very early days of what that looks like. It's going to be an interesting next couple decades for sure with all the other facets of society changing and whatnot. So so you you edit books in in you go straight out. I'm not GonNa make an assumption that the people know it goes striding means I know what it means but a lot of people may ego. What's what's ghost writing? You know so like ghosting and dating where you. You're going to write something and then you get ghosted. And then there's no writing. No that's not now so share with What what ghosts writings? All about four. And how you got into that okay. So go straight today. means a lot of different things it used to be years ago really really met most reading books and today at the content writers will say I'm a ghost. Rider is fine for me so really really pertaining to books and ghostwriters around forever even Shakespeare. It's said was had a ghostwriter and he didn't really right all of those artificial things that we we accounted him so adding really is working one on one with an author or co authors however many any there are to pull out of them restoratives that they want to have written and in doing the writing for them in their voice and that's usually usually the sticking point for a lot of people is most people can can write for other people don't necessarily right in their voice so if you're writing content you may not to worry about that but when you're writing a book where someone is using the buy in the book you have to sound like them and for me that's always been a traceable cast passed. I don't know why because when I was little I wanted to be an actress. Did that never happened as this is about as close as I can get to playing the role of someone else and it's great fun. How I got into this really was by chance I had my first experience back in two thousand two and when right after I had quit corporate America and it was a lot of fun? I didn't write the whole thing. Just rewrote pieces of. It's probably more than editor her. But that was really what sparked by designer in two thousand five to start a writing business because I always wanted to be writer. I veered off into market research into into sales for many years and it was time for me to get back to what I wanted to do and to do it on my terms that was the key because for me freedom freedom and independence and change. Variety are kind of my my watchwords so back to the Kim. I couldn't go to actually because I lose my freedom and so when I began the higher pen first business. I actually was the ghostwriter for a lot of advertisers heiser in an editorial newspaper so even is the word ghost rider but I was writing articles for them in their voice. And that's what started me thinking you know. I could probably do this for bucks but a book a much inker project anti thousand seven. I was given the opportunity to to end it. A thousand page textbook in the COACHIE industry. I also went to coach us. I I have not survive. I would never say that but I have all the education behind it and that was great fun and a big challenge in a loved it so you might be say gee two thousand seven. Why did you jump into it then? I have a lot of stuff on my life in it. Just wasn't the right time and honestly To me because I was so second writing websites in bragging bragging resumes in writing content and doing all these other things that it Justin McCarthy until about two thousand eleven when someone else found on the enemy and I worked on other books in between but in two thousand eleven. I had someone come to me who wanted to write a book that a he wanted to write a needed an editor help him get it done and his story touched me so deeply. Because into nineteen eighty one. He developed He contracted in pay and in one thousand nine hundred five. He almost died in some time he lived and went on to speak to to high school students in young adults about aids how it's caused what it can do in your life if you contract it and that even today there's still no cure. There are some great drugs today and he became friends. And that's when I realized the amounts of the impact that I I have a hind the scenes to help somebody get their story done. And that's really when I began looking for more projects than they started coming my way I was still doing all the other stuff and And then some something happened. Things dried up. I had terrible marketing. That was ability and that was the start of the show and I started really thought I was looking for a job. I just felt like was despondent. I was is to press. It just felt like a failure and there was actually a gift in the fact that my dog died he eighty. That's rather than fuzzy dog comes from when she died. It was a shock because it was sudden unexpected which is of course what sled means needs and the loss of her was really what made me stand backing a my. Gosh I the life is too short for me to sit here and be sitting in my own. Stop come on Liz. What does Iran want to do? And so that's really the full story but I owe it to Dan. You wrote my dream to trample aids for really awakening. Is that true desire in me to help people get awards out now. It's a beautiful story and I think that's one of the books are so powerful and I've been a reader for most of my life. I started reading. My parents told me I was able to read read. It's three four OS in school. And you know they tell a story about a cousin of mine older. That didn't believe it so he grabbed a newspaper and said read. Did this and I read it and easily looking looking at me going. How do you know how to do that? And I don't I don't know but I know I know what yawns my my parents were reading to me. When I was a baby all throw so I just picked up on it and was able to put an awards the other and could figure out how to read things So uh-huh I've always enjoyed reading. I always enjoy reading books and stories that connect with you where you are in the you you get pulled it who now that could be in a leadership. It could be in a fiction book it could be and you know a a biography or autobiography or anything like that when when it grabs grabs you and it pulls you there as if you were there in the moment it there's there's nothing like that And people have stories that need to be shared and oftentimes they. They stop with the and I don't have time I don't WANNA I don't i. I WANNA get this book out but I don't have halftime and it's like well you know there's there's ways to get your story out there and have it come from you but utilizing the expertise of of people like yourself that can help flush it out and get that story to print and in on the editing thing to again going back to what well we talked about earlier and might have been on the pre shot over call But we're talking about editing and how so many people people that do wanNA write a book the end up writing the whole thing. They don't get any input from anyone and hasn't been edited and then they drop it off your doorstep and say here do do some light light at it so it's early on Book Format and then I'm GonNa get on Amazon tomorrow and the I'm sure. Are you seeing more than a few dozen of those stories so you know what. What's what some had sent tips? And you know if you want to share a horror story you know protect text guilty of course but but you know what you know what you've encountered when situations like that happen in some advice to people that again want to write a book But in the best way to go about it I am happy to share that because the more people understand how book is put together and and what they need to be thinking about as the writing it makes every editor's job a lot easier so yes I've had people come to me was completed manuscripts that that were overridden Which means that they used too many words to describe what it is that they're talking about sometimes? That's it's good but in business book a Non Fiction Book that can lose readers. I've also had people come with books that are written their memoirs and but they're written from from a very angry stance again. You'd be angry and that's great but you just read the book for You. You have not written a free readers to being aware Dr. The emotions that you're trying to convey specially if it's a memoir or even within the stories that you tell your book aware of that because not everyone may may be able to channel that same emotion you want to reach as many readers as possible.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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14:52 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Outed you make the choice. Here's your host leverage Welcome back I've got Lisbeth Tans on the line Halos both are you doing. I'm doing great awesome great to have we met at the New Media Summit Conference back in February Twenty nineteen down in Tampa Tampa. And I'M NOT GONNA go into great details about this event but it it's pretty amazing event and you meet some incredible human beings at this thing and that's the one conference. Prince sits different than so many others. Where you'll go to a conference in you're going there to see the speakers and the people that are talking but at this particular prevent you end up having more connections with the people that are sitting in the audience than you do with the people that are up on the stage? It's just an absolute amazing event that I've had the fortunate to be able to go to a few occasions. So I'm guessing he found the same experience when you did I. Did I like the fact that it was also very small. Because into some events there were thousands of people you have no of meaning the person on stage are the people onstage much less a lot of people in attendance that was is not the case it was very warm and fuzzy event in a in a good way and I'm glad it was the first event that I hadn't attended events for years years and so that was kind of my entree in soft landing. Pretty Awesome. Hey I'll I'll pass that information onto the host because it makes for a great event so beautiful segue from you said Fuzzy to you are the founder of fuzzy dog is a professional ghost writing in an editing company for books and the nonfiction category. So what prompted you to get into that world of of editing books and Eh Ghost writing it was. It was really a progression when I started my first business. The higher Back in two thousand five. I was in writing content writing web sites working on box and over the years. I got a little disillusioned assault producer. Can you are a lot of hats. And I felt like I was constantly marketing and wasn't really honing in where my where the gold for me was laws and after doing that for several years I finally decided on I'm done being sold and I started looking job and there is a lot of other stuff inter suffice it to say I I had a big wake up call and didn't live evaluation and I knew that it couldn't work in a cubicle and I couldn't go back to work for someone else so I understand what it was that I really loved about my business and what I loved was working on books working with authors or potential authors and helping them find the words that they needed to how great a book that would further their business. Leave a legacy on create A media store so that was that was really. We're fussy dog came from from. That's awesome back story. And I I'm with you on the once. You taste being your own boss going back and working for somebody else is very very challenging exercise because you lose is the control of how you do things and even the most flexible of organizations are still structures and systems in place. Yes that May. Not Be an alignment with how you work or want to work. And there's that whole night of five thing and everything else in the commute commute and you know the not so good coffee in the office and you know the the you know the drama and the gossip and all the other things that you find in organizations and you end up going. Yeah no I don't have time for this I I would much rather be being productive and working on some things so I am thankful that you had that awareness. The realized Yeah Cube. The Cube farm thing is not for May I know and for many many people. It isn't and I think that's why we're seeing so many people looking at different things to Escape the type of work environment which corporations need to take notice of that because at the end of the day There needs to be a shift in how work is done. And I think we're we're in the very very early days of what that looks like. It's going to be an interesting next couple decades for sure with all the other facets of society changing and whatnot. So so you you edit books in in you go straight out. I'm not GonNa make an assumption that the people know it goes striding means I know what it means but a lot of people may ego. What's what's ghost writing? You know so like ghosting and dating where you. You're going to write something and then you get ghosted. And then there's no writing. No that's not now so share with What what ghosts writings? All about four. And how you got into that okay. So go straight today. means a lot of different things it used to be years ago really really met most reading books and today the content writers will say. I'm a ghost. Rider is fine for me so really really pertaining to books and ghostwriters around forever even Shakespeare. It's said was had a ghostwriter he didn't really right all of those artificial things that we we accounted him so adding really is working one on one with an author or co authors however many any there are to pull out of them restoratives that they want to have written and in doing the writing for them in their voice and that's usually usually the sticking point for a lot of people is most people can can write for other people don't necessarily right in their voice so if you're writing content you may not need to worry about that but when you're writing a book where someone is using the buy in the book you have to sound like them and for me that's always been a traceable cast passed. I don't know why because when I was little I wanted to be an actress. Did that never happened as this is about as close as I can get to playing the role of someone else and it's great fun so how I got into. This really was by chance I had my first experience back in two thousand two and when right after I had quit corporate America and it was a lot of fun. I didn't write the whole thing. Just rewrote pieces of. It's probably more than editor her. But that was really what sparked by designer in two thousand five to start a writing business. Because I'd always wanted to be writer. I veered off into market research into into sales for many years and it was time for me to get back to what I wanted to do and to do it on my terms that was the key because for me freedom freedom and independence and change them. Variety are kind of my my watchwords so back to the Kim. I couldn't go back to a kid because I lose my freedom and so when I began the higher pen first business. I actually was a ghostwriter for a lot of advertisers heiser in an editorial newspaper so even is the word ghost rider but I was writing articles for them in their voice. And that's what started me thinking you know. I could probably do this for bucks but a book a much inker project anti thousand seven. I was given the opportunity to to end it. A thousand page textbook in the COACHIE industry. I also went to coach use. I I have not survive. I would never say that but I have all the education behind it and that was great fun and a big challenge in a loved it so you might be say gee two thousand seven. Why did you jump into it then? I have a lot of stuff on my life in it. Just wasn't the right time and honestly To me because I was so second writing websites in bragging bragging resumes in writing content and doing all these other things that it Justin McCarthy until about two thousand eleven when someone else found on the enemy and I worked on other books in between but in two thousand eleven. I had someone come to me who wanted to write a book that a he wanted to write a needed an editor help him get it done and his story touched me so deeply because into nineteen eighty one he developed He contracted HIV in one. Thousand nine hundred five. He almost died in some time he lived and went on to speak to to high school students in young adults about aids how it's caused what it can do in your life if you contract it and that even today there's still no cure. There are some great drugs today and he became friends. And that's when I realized the amounts of the impact that I I have a hind the scenes to help somebody get their story done. And that's really when I began looking for more projects than they started coming my way I was still doing all the other stuff and And then some something happened. Things dried up. I had terrible marketing. That was ability and that was the point at the start of the show and I started really thought I was looking for a job. I just felt like was despondent. I was is to press. It just felt like a failure and there was actually a gift in the fact that my dog died he eighty. That's rather than fuzzy dog comes from when she died. It was a shock because it was sudden unexpected. which is of course? Switzerland means needs and the loss of her was really what made me stand backing a my. Gosh I the life is too short for me to sit here and be sitting in my own. Stop come on Liz. What is the I want to do? And so that's really the full story. But I don. I wrote my dream to trample aids for really awakening. Is that true desire in me to help people get awards out now. It's a beautiful story and I think that's one of the books are so powerful and I've been a reader for most of my life. I started reading. My parents told me I was able to read read. It's three four OS in school. And you know they tell a story about a cousin of mine older. That didn't believe it so he grabbed a newspaper and said read. Did this and I read it and easily looking looking at me going. How do you know how to do that? And I don't I don't know but I know I know what yawns my my parents were reading to me. When I was a baby all throw so I just picked up on it and was able to put an awards the other and could figure out how to read things So uh-huh I've always enjoyed reading. I always enjoy reading books and stories that connect with you where you are in the you you get pulled it who now that could be in a leadership. It could be in a fiction book it could be and you know a a biography or autobiography or anything like that when when it grabs grabs you and it pulls you there as if you were there in the moment it there's there's nothing like that And people have stories that need to be shared and oftentimes they. They stop with the and I don't have time I don't I don't i. I WANNA get this book out but I don't have halftime and it's like well you know there's there's ways to get your story out there and have it come from you but utilizing the expertise of of people like yourself that can help flush it out and get that story to print and in on the editing thing to again going back to you know well we talked about earlier and might have been on the pre chateaux recall But we're talking about editing and how so many people people that do wanNA write a book. They end up writing the whole thing. They don't get any input from anyone and hasn't been edited and then they drop it off your doorstep and say here do do some light light at it so it's early on Book Format and then I'm GonNa get on Amazon tomorrow and the I'm sure. Are you seeing more than a few dozen of those stories so you know what what's what some had sent tips and you know if you want to share a horror story you know protect text guilty of course but but you know what you know what you've encountered when situations like that happen in some advice to people that again want to write a book But in the best way to go about it I'm happy to share that because the more people understand how book is put together and and what they need to be thinking about as the writing it makes every editor's job a lot easier so yes I've had people come to me was completed manuscripts that that were overwritten. Which means that they used too many words to describe what it is that they're talking about sometimes? That's it's good but in business book a Non Fiction Book that can lose readers. I've also had people come with books that are written their memoirs and but they're written from from a very angry stance again. You'd be angry and that's great but you just read the book for You. You have not written a free readers to being aware Dr the emotions that you're trying to convey specially if it's a memoir or even within the stories that you tell your book aware of that because not everyone may may be able to channel that same emotion new want to reach as many readers as possible and that's truly the the best advice is is try to put yourself in the shoes of your reader so the which is what I do when when someone comes to me with a manuscript that they.

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EP80: Mommy's Inside Voice with Amie Jay

Babes and Babies

04:36 min | 3 years ago

EP80: Mommy's Inside Voice with Amie Jay

"Welcome back to miraculously mama's i'm your host lisbeth joy and we are a podcast that believes in empowering women through storytelling and education and with with those stories. We've been recording them from our community. Thank you sarah for that amazing intro. If you want to hear the rest of her story head over to the patron where those recordings earnings are up to bring women together by sharing how they became a mom and how their experience when it's been so cool who'll hearing their stories and there's like little pieces that tie people together but yet they're so different and empowering also we i love bringing on different educators to help us grow and learn and just be the best i of ourself. We love laughing here and having a a good time and that is exactly what's going to happen with today's guests. She is awesome. I have amy j on you may know her as mommy's inside voice voice on instagram she has a hilarious page who where she posts the things that you may be thinking but you might not want to say <hes> she's a life dula so she also has another page where it is a little bit more serious and she it's called deep breath boo and she just post <hes> <hes> addresses some of those more serious aspects of life but most people know her as the funny lady. She has three boys and she she's awesome. She has a lot of advice to offer us. She shares her journey about how she she's loves connecting like minded people bowl and building community and how she has gotten to where she is today and what her vision is for her platform that she has and she she does. She really plans on using that just for women to know that they are not alone in this journey at all. She's awesome and she's coming all the way from canada. So i'm going to grab amy are everyone. I have a super exciting for you. Today i have amy j and she is known as mommy's inside voice all about honesty in parenthood. She says the things that you're thinking and she's not as shame to say them so thank you so much for for being here with us. Oh thank you for having me yeah. <hes> tell us a little bit about yourself well. Yes i am a mom to call him. The three musketeers <hes> there three little boys there four five and six in there in shane <hes> actually i don't think i asked you can we swear yeah. I mean i would try not to say the f. word if possible we completely corral stopped my name. Just your mom right now. Earmuffs emma i can. I can keep myself. I can keep myself <hes> so <hes> yeah. I i started having kids. I was twenty two when i had my first and and then they were just like boom boom boom back to back and after my third was born i think i'd finally hit that point. Where a lot of moms reach of like oh my god who am i what am i doing. Why are they always on me so i just started writing something thing. I've always really enjoyed and didn't think anyone would actually read it beyond like my angie carol may be and then i actually wrote about about our wedding day where i had a tooth abscess and my face was massive and kind of <hes> when into you know on your wedding day you wanna look nice and i worked hard to lose three babies worth the wait in eight months before the wedding in it ended up having this based and i had to just kind of say well you know. Does it matter what i look like. No i'm here as a wife and a mother and a daughter and i'm here to celebrate my love. Not my cheekbones thankfully so. I shared that story in kind of took off from there and now we're here. I'm i'm actually also dula liz so i kind of did that as a passion project when my little one was one yeah just fell madly in love with women after becoming a mom

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"lisbeth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On ninety three WIBC HD one Indianapolis. president trump prepares for taunts with china i'm carmen roberts fox news minimum will be productive we'll see what comes out of it president trump moments ago talking to reporters about his meeting plan for tomorrow with china's president she the president's in japan for the g twenty summit but is meeting with other world leaders on the sidelines and now there's a disconnect between the u._s. and china over what has been agreed to ahead of the meeting janis sources telling fox news that the president president trump has promised not to impose any new tariffs against china for six months as a goodwill gesture to put the trade talks back on track but a senior administration official telling fox news there has been no formal agreement to do that but acknowledging it is possible and agreement to do that could arise out of the talks fox's john robertson osaka japan investors in the us watching the talks between president trump and chinese president xi closely hoping that the two will reach a deal to avoid additional u._f. u._s. tariffs on chinese goods and stocks ended mixed yesterday ahead of that meeting the dow lost ten points the nasdaq gained fifty seven night two of the democratic debates and everything seems the lean to the left fox's ed henry reports for miami were n._b._c. hosted the debates both comma harrison bernie sanders raise their hands and said they want to end private health insurance just as you heard bill de blasio as well as lisbeth warren say take a listen to joe biden others were saying.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on KOMO

"D day. We Lisbeth who is still Princess Elizabeth at the time of the battle of Normandy. Speaking at a ceremony in the city of Portsmouth. Many of them would never return and the Harare heroism courage, and sacrifice of those who lost their lives will never be forgotten with the queen's several world leaders, including President Trump, who read a prayer offered by president Franklin Roosevelt, Lord. Give us faith. Give us faith in the faith in our sons faith in each other and faith in our United crusade, the president also speaking with good morning Britain on IT asked about whether he believes in climate change. I believe that there's a change in weather, and I think it changes both ways. Oh, forget it used to be called global warming. That wasn't working, then it was called climate change. Now. It's actually called extreme weather. Because with extreme weather. You can't miss in Washington. Republicans may be ready to say no to the president's plan to hit Mexico with tariffs over illegal immigration. President is used to Republicans here on the hill standing by him. And now he is facing serious. Blowback like he's never really seen before. The message from publicans here on the hill is loud and clear. Do not do this. And if the president does go ahead and impose these tariffs will than they stand ready to block him. ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill. Former Florida sheriff's deputy Scott Peterson now facing felony charges for failing to act. The day of the parkland message. Maybe sees Victor oquendo. His lawyers calling the charges unprecedented. Mr. Peterson was not criminally negligent in his actions as no police officer that's ever been prosecuted for his or her actions in responding to an active shooter incident. If convicted Peterson faces nearly a century behind bars, you're listening to ABC.

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A brawl for the climate change vote

The Big Story

13:26 min | 3 years ago

A brawl for the climate change vote

"A year ago when people wondered which fringe party could matter in the twenty nineteen election most analysts pointed to maxim burn, as newly created People's Party of Canada. Would that party grow? Could it eat into the conservative base, when it split the vote on the right a year later that seems a little silly? The People's Party is still at just a couple of points in the polls. But it turns out there is a little party that could decide the election, it was on the other side of the spectrum sitting right where it's been all along waiting for the rest of the country to reach these same conclusion about the key issue. They're most known for that they'd reached years ago, climate change is not now I repeat that not an environmental issue. It's a massive security threat, and it needs to be dealt with by government at all levels, a security threat that requires taking bold action, one of the clear things that we've seen from, from this, despite election. I want to congratulate all the candidates who who ran in. It is a Canadians are really preoccupied about climate change are Canadians really ready to meet the green party, where they've been living all these years sure every poll shows support for the party is rising, but luck rising is relative. When you were as low in the polls as the greens typically are in federal elections. So even if that general support is there will it translate to results. Will it translate to writings, one can it make a difference on election night? And if it does at whose expense, welcome to the fight for the climate vote. I'm Jordan heath Rollings. And this is the big story, Cormac mcsweeney is the parliament hill. Reporter for city news. And for the Rogers radio brands and also for us iconic. Hey, how's it going? It is going really well. I'm hoping that you can kind of parse this brewing fight on the left side of the political spectrum right now for us. It's a remarkable dynamic right now months to go before the election were seeing votes evaporate for both the liberals and the New Democrats, and they're all shifting green, you know, the old saying it ain't easy being green. Well, it's pretty easy right now, because things are looking up for Elizabeth may and her party. We've got the greens polling at probably the best that they've ever pulled that federally some polls have them up at around twelve percent, which is huge. Because back in two thousand fifteen the greens were, I think less than five percent of the vote. So they've more than doubled their voting base in the lead up to the. Twenty nine thousand nine fall election. So they're firing on all cylinders right now. And the liberals and New Democrats are wondering what the heck to do to make sure that they keep those voters on their sides. But also, not only that steel voters from the other progressive parties to try and make sure that they can secure some sort of victory, and try and stop the conservatives who are also firing on all cylinders right now. So it's a it's a heck of a fight on the left as the conservatives continue to gain momentum. And it's going to be interesting to see what happens is there. Anything concrete, you can point to we've talked a couple times on this podcast, most notably. When they had a chance in P of the sort of, general affection. The greens are seeing in the rise in the polls. But is there anything concrete, you can point to that might be driving people moving to consider the greens? Some of this is based on stats and polls. And others is based sort of anecdotally. But I think what we're seeing is a few. Different things here that is just creating this perfect scenario for the green party. One is the fact that climate change and the concerns around climate change on a broader national scale or finally, catching up with what the green party has been preaching for years and years. And that is, we need to take action to protect the environment and protect our earth, and Canadians are now really catching up to the point where this is becoming one of the biggest issues seen nationally among the voting public that action needs to be taken and serious action at that. That's one thing one aspect of it. Is that Canadians are catching up with the concerns for the greens? But the other aspect all of this is that we're seeing kind of a collapse and a failure, if you will from the liberals and NDP to take a look at the new democrat side of things. Jug, meet sing failing to gain traction is since taking over the party leadership. We've seen the end EP. Of fallen support. He's struggled to get the attention that he was hoping to get. There was a lot of excitement around. Jug. Meet sing in the hope that he would be this charismatic dynamic young leader that would really help vault the end EP back to the level that we saw with Jack Layton that has not happened at all. And he's, he's struggled in a number of interviews as well where he's been accused of being too vague on certain issues or possibly flip flopping on others. And so while they knew Democrats are struggling the liberals have had problems of their own Justin Trudeau back in two thousand fifteen was able to unite the progressives behind him. He stole from green supporters and end EP supporters, and some conservatives and, and really built up this, this perfect sort of momentum around him during that long campaign in two thousand fifteen that helped vault him from third him in the liberals from third party status to government, and it never happened before. But since taking office, a lot of the promises and a lot of the things that he was. Elected on have created problems for him, just looking at things like the promise to change the way, we elect, our MP's read. There was a lot of hope that, that, that would actually happen in never ended up happening. The liberals have had other scan whole such as SNC laflin and the, the more recent problems of the Mark Norman case, those are eating away at liberal support as well. And on top of all of that. I mean with environment with the environment being a big issue in the eyes of Canadians, some are pointing out, what people, some people see as a contradiction of the liberal position while they say, we need to take serious action on climate change. We'd need this carbon tax. Here's the government buying the trans mountain pipeline to make sure that the oil from our oil sands, is being sent off to other markets something a lot of people who are very passionate about the environment disagree with. And so you have a lot of troubles for the liberals and the MVP right now. And a lot of progressives who don't know where to turn because they're dissatisfied with what they see from what is traditionally been the two left or left of center parties. And now they're looking to the greens as a possible, viable option. And so you have this perfect scenario, as I said, where climate change is becoming more of an important issue in the eyes of Canadians, the traditional parties that Canadians have known for decades are not satisfying, a lot of these younger voters. And they're deciding you know what? Maybe whether it's a protest vote or legitimately giving the greens shot. They're definitely looking at the greens with a lot of serious consideration. When they look at them, especially for those people for whom climate is a major issue. What do they see exactly what gives the green party? The credibility on climate to. They have a specific plan. They do. And actually, it was just recently released. They entitled it mission possible. And I think the, the whole thing is that the greens for years have been branding themselves as. As the environmental party now that can work against them in certain ways, where they're sort of seen as only a one issue party. And it's, it's a it's an image that they've been trying to shake for some time now under Lisbeth may. But nonetheless, the greens are seen as a very credible party when it comes to the environment, you ask any Canadian like, who do you think is the party that would do the most to try and save the environment? I think the green party would likely be the number one answer. So they did release this ambitious plan for the environment. At a time when a lot of Canadians are paying attention to these issues. They are pitching to go well beyond what the liberal government has said, we'll be its targets in terms of dealing with greenhouse gas emissions. I mean, well, beyond the fact, they want to double the reduction target. So the liberals say they want to try and hit thirty percent to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from two thousand five levels by thirty percent by twenty thirty while the green party says we can do better than that. We'll do sixty percent of reduction from the two thousand and five levels of by twenty thirty. That's a dramatic shift and they're not just looking at, you know, pricing pollution as a way to deal with this. They're talking about some major projects such as retrofitting every building across the nation and eliminating our reliance on foreign oil making sure that from province to province. Renewable energy can be more easily shared something that even the conservatives are kind of pitching with their energy corridor option right now. So the, the greens have released released a very ambitious plan. And I guess now that it's out there. It hasn't had a lot of time to really set in for Canadians, whether they're paying attention to promises like this so far out from the election or not as another thing. But we'll see how they respond with these very ambitious targets that Elizabeth may and her green party have put forward two weeks ago. The greens actually one abaya election which. Which feels like something that doesn't happen. How did that come about? And what happened in auto afterwards? Because what I'm fascinated by, in this story is the number of people who have kind of seen a rise in the polls from the greens, but to your point written them off, as a one issue party, or while they can't climb that high can they and did this send a message are their people in auto Wah, talking about them? Now there are definitely people talking about the greens. And I think this by-election victory although I will say that by-election results are usually not reflective of where things go in general election ratified, it is a way and it's seen by some as a way to send a message to the government of the day. Prime minister Justin Trudeau said the day after the by election that he gets it. There's a message from Canadians they care about climate change, and they want to see action on climate change. And that's what his government is focused on through its carbon pricing system and. So I think there was a message sent to both the liberals and the end EP that they need to need to up their game. When it comes to environmental issues, the end EP as well as changed its tactics since that by-election result. And so, I think a lot of politicians while they were seeing some of this growth in this so-called green wave sweep across the nation and a lot of buzz and a lot of talk about the greens, it wasn't until we saw on federal scale of victory such as having the second elected, and p from the green party arrive at the house of Commons before they started to really, you know, publicly address this, because I'm sure that behind the scenes, both those parties were looking at the greens as, as a potential threat and trying to figure out what to do. But again, this is all come recently for the greens, where they've seen this rise over the last several months as we. Part of it to do with the focus on climate change part of it to do with distaste of the otherwise traditional parties that Canadians have been voting for for a while. But I think there was a message sent and, and people are adapting how do people see Elizabeth may who may be until recently, not many of them ever thought much about there's a bit of a joke around Ottawa that Elizabeth may is everyone's political aunt? You know, she's a likeable person, she has something to say about almost everything, but up until recently, I don't think a lot of people actually were considering her as, as potential prime ministerial material, and I think, more people are sort of giving her a bit of a shot. She's not distasteful in any way, you know, you haven't seen Elizabeth may be the subject of a lot of controversy. She has she's had her own problems within her own party. There has been pushed back, there have been allegations that she's been a bully as a leader. Things like that. But whether Canadians have been paying a lot of attention to that something else, she is seen as somebody who has integrity, who has a passion for what she does. And I would be hard pressed to find another MP in the house of Commons who spends as much time in the house of Commons, debating on almost every different subject, then Elizabeth may, so she's very committed to her work. There is broad support for Elizabeth may. But whether that translates into prime ministerial materials something else Nanos poll that just came out recently actually has her in terms of the preferred prime minister.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Was going up and overflow crowd. And there were people standing in thermal number outside. Yes. She's generating a lot of buzz your number two and three choices. Russell. Tell you the truth. I'm just here. Just there with Liz. Okay. I got it. I gotta run thanks for the call. I'll I'll read with L review Lisbeth. Warren's letter in just a moment. We'll be right back. So years ago, Stuart Pimm biologist introduced me to the concept of the high interrelatedness of different biological systems, for example in the Pacific northwest. There are forests that are having a problem because they're lacking iodine where did they get their iodine from? They used to get it from salmon spawning the rivers being eaten by bears who then poop, the iodine in the woods, literally. And feed the trees and when the bears are hunted out or the salmon stop running the trees start dying. Well, it turns out something very very similar to that has been going on in Africa with hippos only the other way around the rivers. Feeding the forest. It's the forest feeding the rivers and the hippos are gathering silica, which is this amazing mineral from eating grass and in in the forests and fields. And they carry this into the river. It's just a remarkable story. You can read you can hear the whole thing on our special members only podcast over at Tom. Hartman dot com and our special members only podcast on patriae. Dot.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A gun. Shot shot. Grant or something. This Bank robber seems like I'm just call him a total Yahoo. He seems bumbling and reckless. And meanwhile, your character comes across as kind of this Primin proper librarian yet you basically fall for him. So as you were putting yourself in your character's mind, what did you have to believe in order to think you were being drawn to him. I mean, he is almost like a child. He has this kind of naive way of doing things quite clumsy. And he's quite daring any snot cool, but he really wants to be cooled. And I think she sees, you know, the child him, and she almost feels that she needs to like help him, you know. And also, I think they have some kind of chemistry between them straightaway. Which also helps obviously not all films, as you know, are filmed chronologically, but I believe this one was filmed logically. And I've heard you say in an interview that it helped you get into the mindset of a woman falling for her captor. Oh hundred percent. I remember in the beginning of the shoot that. I felt like Ethan eighth. Character LARs was like stem that too much and loud and aggressive, and it was just a lot for me to deal with and then slowly like after a couple of weeks felt like you know, going to merge into his world. And both me, no, me and Bianca. Slowly just tipped over to the other side. And in the end that was in there for six weeks shooting when it came out. It was like I saw daylight for the first time in a long time. And my perspective changed it was it was a strange and very powerful experience for me, one of the funniest scenes in the film is win bianca's has been convicted her for the first time in the Bank and of all the things they could possibly talk about in this crisis situation. They talk about something so mundane and domestic. Was that a commentary on the practicalities of marriage? Or was it meant to help us understand why this Bank robber might appeal to her because he's more peeling than the reality of marriage life. So it's a recipe I'm telling my husband is recipe on how to cook the fish for two kids. You put a spoon of butter into the heated up on it gets Brown gets Brown gets efficient. And you fry it for them. Four five minutes, not more when each side because me doesn't like when it's bird. I think that's a quite common thing for people that the everyday routines becomes more important because that's where he think they will keep you sane, and and it's something very hot breaking and sweet, but also comical of the whole scene, and I wanted it was important for me to make her as human as possible and really ground everything in discovering her older nuances in her wasn't great privilege, and I think that Stockholm syndrome is sometimes thought at his people who are get brainwashed. They become psychological weaklings. They fall for the wrong people. But in this movie Bianca seems grounded leg she's really making a deliberate decision. Do you think you were trying to change the idea that the captives are always the victims innocence? Yeah. I wanted to show that you don't need to be a weak person to full for a bad lad, basically or or. Or someone who's who's mistreating you? I mean, she falls for him even those she has up. She strong is a strength. Turn a bravery her that I really I found that really interesting. And there's a moment is a scene when he lets her go to to the bathroom and she chooses to come back. She doesn't wanna leave a collie behind as she promised to come back any really shows that she has this kind of deep dignity and loyalty, and she doesn't get easily scared. You know, something stronger kicks in the Bianca. Character is so different from the major role you played Lisbeth salon in the original dragon tattoo series. And they're both strong women, but strong in very different ways. I guess how different. Did it feel to try to play this more restrained? Prim Bianca character than this wild Lisbeth, Selena character. It's strange. I was very shy. When I grow up. I was they was years when I just wanted to be normal. I came from a farm, and we didn't have much quite poor far from civilisation education and money and everything that kinda makes you strong citizen society. So I kind of for years I tried to just not stick out and be like everyone else v like Bianca, you can feel. He's an intelligent woman. But he's also she lives in a time when women most of them were housewives or you're not supposed to speak up and one of she's talking to the prime minister of sun. They're listening to her. And you know, I can relate to a lot of that. You know that you have this. Very strong emotions going on inside. And you repress it you keep it down. I think is kind of a Swedish thing because you wanna fit in and you wanna be like, the others. So it wasn't that far from a strange enough. I think most people think that I'm more like this bit, or, you know, a lot of my cactus, I'm more explosive. But there's a lot of beyond game me from my early teens. That's new me repay star of the new film, Stockholm. New me. Thank you. Thank you so much a good day in nineteen eighty six. Bruce,.

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"lisbeth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:02 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something we'll call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article is December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I got into the discussion about him, you know, be mixed. And he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So and right there there's there's the quilt. So as we said, he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement. In this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order, and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race is well part of my understanding of rage that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla Harris adjust a rating the president for telling what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant. Now. One one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the women that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right. That's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones that's why Matt Watson said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Did they invite men to dress up in the white pants, suits? Or was it only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole Lisbeth worn thing what's going on with you know, with the whole debate. Now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor Northerns governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor's gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like attorney general the new general governor would be they would all be Republican. I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eight years ago when we actually live in a racist society. It was but racism had and then they've got to be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today that it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and the was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. And he said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as a as it not. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be if you admire somebody, and you would Meyer them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan. Here's Morgan was posted a picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram posts this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram action reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes the plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's. That's the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. Thirty hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was a, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book at we know how fast social media moose. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that someone posted eighteen hours ago. Oh, we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing. Every day. Why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, wow. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every white person is white privilege. It doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you basically designated it, wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Well, wait a minute. That's transphobic, Camila Harris, stating that old President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. When men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How somebody say look when you have to. Contradictory. Opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing volt the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. Or the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not going to tell them, but the. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posed screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal less is starting at essence, a policy of racism, and bigotry and get one form another that basically shoots their their needs politically when they need it at its core. Well, no, no, John, you just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing it when it fits our narrative. It's our narrative. Pretty much. Yeah. Pretty much to give example, what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I good fishing buddies? Puerto rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservative. And whenever he shows up. You say, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Hey, guys, really. And I've known this gentleman. I worked with him for twenty years. I don't see him as Puerto Rican. Icy him as my. Session. Now, it's just an and that that that describes and he doesn't admit to being a liberal at his core or philosophy core being. Liberal in his political thinking. Now, I'm I'm center, right? When it comes to put on fiscal matters. Center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But that just describes when essence you you hit it on the nail. Enter show much, and I don't know, I don't know, your friend. But as and so. Right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I had been my entire life. I play less these days, but I'd probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I had been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time being what are we going to call him because they why was on a basketball court Rockford, Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump and then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. I never forget. It was a great one of my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what am I angry? So what are you doing? You picked. The dumbest white man in the history of any character at you know. And that's what you refer to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They most people. I guess my point is your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. Not. No, it's all in it. And and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to you know, Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done today. But it what were they doing? The humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way remember the scene in the bar. Yeah. When they went into the barn animal. The house, right. And that the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let short Richard Pryor. Why does he think Richard Pryor saw that that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? Everybody say white people are crazy. Well, more. Modern example, more recent example, a Jamie Foxx talking on a podcast one time. It was talking about look this is comedy. It's comedy. But the left can never lighten up Francis. Eight six six ninety redeye coming up.

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Are the Dare Stones Forgeries or the Key to the Roanoke Mystery?

BrainStuff

06:36 min | 3 years ago

Are the Dare Stones Forgeries or the Key to the Roanoke Mystery?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bond here. An unsolved mystery can drive people crazy and the fate of the first English settlers ever to establish a colony in the new world ruin oak is a puzzle that will probably never be entirely solved. But it doesn't keep people from trying in July. Fifteen eighty seven a ship carrying ninety men. Seventeen women and eleven children landed on Roanoke island on the Outer Banks of modern day North Carolina a year before when these site was discovered. Fifteen men had volunteered to stay and hold down the proverbial fort, but they were nowhere to be found. So the one hundred and eighteen colonists disembarked and said about carbon colony out of the wilderness. There's much excitement when Eleanor dare the daughter of leader John White gave birth to the first English baby. Born in the new world and named her Virginia after time John White left, the settlers to return to England telling them he'd be back within the year with fresh supplies. However, England's war with Spain slowed the process considerably, and nobody was able to check on the settlement again. Until fifteen ninety when white returned his daughter granddaughter and everyone else was gone. They had dismantled the buildings carved the word Kroto in into a tree. The name of the friendly native American tribe on a nearby island and vanished. There was no sign of the cross white had told them to carve on a tree if they had left under duress. A frankly white didn't look very hard for his daughter and granddaughter before heading back to England for centuries. The story of the lost colony of Roanoke seemed pretty cut and dried to most historians. The settlers went to live with a Kroto and tribe. Whether they stayed there not nobody could say the thing they could say is that no definitive sign of any of the one hundred eighteen colonists was ever found despite rumors in the later established Jamestown colony of massacres and men wearing European clothes deep in the wilderness. No definitive sign that is until more than three centuries later when in nineteen thirty seven a produce dealer from California named L E Helmand showed up at Emory University in Atlanta with a stone. He found while hunting hickory nuts and recently cleared, North Carolina swamp, some fifty miles or eighty kilometers inland of Roanoke island. It was inscribed with a message. He wanted the experts at Emory to decipher turns out, the carved stone told story allegedly written by whites daughter Eleanor. The colonists. Endured two years of only misery and war after her father left for England ending with half. The settlers killed in armed combat and many of the others, including eleanor's husband daughter, slaughtered when a spiritual leader of the tribe. They lived with warned that the presence of the English. Settlers was angering the spirits, according to the stone only six men and one woman escaped. The stone was found to be offended by the experts at the time. It seems legitimate and better still it satisfied. Everyone's thirst foreclosure around to this dusty old riddle the story captured the imagination of the entire country and Emory professor Haywood J Pearce junior published a paper describing the stone in the refutable journal of southern history in nineteen thirty eight. But soon the plausibility of the stone came into question, we spoke with John Bence archivist at the rose library at Emory University. He said Emory became suspicious of Hammond after some professors and administrators traveled with him to Eden to North Carolina where he found the stone. The search for the original location of the stone was fruitless this attitude. The growing list of details about Hammond's discovery that we're hard to corroborate Emory had someone in California look into Hammond, but couldn't find much more than an address after Pierce and his father another academic paid him. And for the first stone and offered a five hundred dollar reward for any additional stones people might find. You can imagine. How many dare stones came out of the woodwork the pierces paid a man named Bill Eberhardt a stonecutter from Fulton County Georgia two thousand dollars for forty two forgeries. He brought them these stones had Eleanor marrying a Cherokee chief giving birth to another daughter named Agnes and eventually dying in a cave in Georgia. In April of nineteen forty one these Saturday Evening Post ran an expose on. The dare stones dismissing them all as forgeries citing an acronym. Stick language, and consistency of spelling that was unheard of at the time the Pierce's career suffered and the dare stones were stuffed in a basement at the father's university an embarrassment to everyone involved, but every so often academic interest turns again to the show on Riverstone. The original dare stone found by him. And in that North Carolina swamp, it's made of different rock than the others. A bright white quartzite interior and dark exterior that would have made a good choice for Eleanor dares missive to her father and in the nineteen thirties. The patina on the stone would have been difficult to chemically replicate. In addition. It doesn't contain the anachronistic language of the other stones some experts have determined. The only problem might be an Eleanor dares. Sign off the initials e WD, which would not have been typical signature in these sixth century. Many experts still dismissed the town Riverstone as an obvious phony. But it's possible that new research into Lisbeth in a pig Raphy chemical analysis and other rocket scriptures of the time period. Will yet shed light on the still unsolved mystery? Today. Episodes written by Jesulin shields and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other mysterious topics. Visit our home planet. How step works dot com. Hey Breen stuff listeners instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about new podcast. I think you might dig for my friends, Robert lamb, and Joe McCormack, you might already know them from the weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind. 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"lisbeth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:34 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You can get a mortgage by putting down three percent. Do you think we're gonna have two thousand eight point two point zero redux? Yes, we will. This is this is this is ridiculous. No, you can't buy a house. If you can't afford it. That's that's the rules. And if you have to wait until you're forty if you have to wait until you're fifty if if you don't save enough, if you that that's that's the American way, you make it happen. Who makes it happen tests? You make it happen. You don't know. That's a quote from working girl. All right. Six hundred seven two five four ten thirty. We're going to Joe and Lyn. Hello, joe. You're on the air. I'm Marie haven't talked to you for awhile happy new year is here. Feeling. Well, I hate the holidays. I'm the one that's still waiting for the medical show would have no family and has a gofundme page. I'm doing what you said. I'm being careful, but I'm going to write to off air send you some information. I hope you can be upheld. But I'm not I'm a little cynical. You can't blame me, you know, because I've been through. I mean you survived it. You're lucky if you were visually impaired. You might not have been able to you went through what I went through. And I hope you can help because I'm up a creek. Then my best Joe, I have I have to say this to you. And I have to say it on air. I can't I'm I'm not available as an attorney. No. But I'll just write to you. And maybe you can suggest something I'll just write to you. I hope that you do have higher standards. I love attorney say this. But you hear it all the time. And I'm not blaming you. You know, when you hear things over and over nothing gets done the safety net doesn't work that well for some most if I'm legal, then it'll work, you know, that that's my point. I you heard the people who have true hardship fall through the cracks because of the fraud abuse and misappropriation by people who don't have the ability. It's well, you know, I'll get into so much. I wanted to mention about this Lisbeth warrant I Charlie Baker got his race. I'm for the wall. I hope Donald Trump gets wall. I'm not a democrat or Republican because I don't like what's going on both sides. Okay. We need. I think that's why different with you a little a little capitalism, and maybe a little social we need to help people that need help. I mean, you say if you can't buy house what do people do? I mean, when they you know, why the banks making these zero interest loans to help people if you have bad credit like I had terrible credit. I've got good credit. Now, I paid my credit cards and so forth. And so on you know, what I'm saying? I mean, we have to have a way for people to get back because sometimes things happen to people as you know. So what is your take on average safety net? Joe it's we have unemployment insurance. We have social security. We have STI we have plenty of programs, and we don't have to invent new ones or are you mixing socialism. What we have to do is gut the fraud and abuse out of the system, and there will be enough for the person who truly has. The hardship. But the point is is that I can't socialism, Joe, whatever your heart. I'm terribly sorry for your hardship. And of course, I have sympathy for you. But at the end of the day, you you cannot make me responsible for your hardship. I'm not as nine making you respell. I'm not making you responsible. Socialism is I want to be clear and just see I don't have to. I'm not going to tell no my personal business is my personal business. You know? But people like when you say, I'm lucky, I I have to gently push back against that. Because I've had my own hardships. And you know, what I'm saying you're lucky that you survived and you were able to you know, what I'm saying Joe, you're making an assumption. I mean like there's all different forms of survival. But my point is I as an American I was born in this country, and the the the gun sitution guarantees to me, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It does not say that I have to be the guardian that that that everybody else gets to co opt my time my energy and talent to help them. Okay. My only directive is do no harm and be as productive as I can. And if I do then everybody who has the capability to do that does that and is allowed to be free to do that. Then for the people that have true hardship will be taking care of. But to go the next step. And then confiscate my money to take care of people who abuse it, not you. I'm saying not you. I understand we'd be fine. You wouldn't be in your predicament. If if if we actually functioning capitalist society, do you really feel that way, I'm Joe, yes, I do because it is very what's up. That's very different because how would work. Okay. Let's say your idea work. I'm asking this question. 'cause I'm learning because they had a new girl in congress. She's talked about Finland. What's her name? I can't pronounce it. She's a Spanish, you know, that new young escorts Cortes. That's it. That's it. And she says well look at Finland look at this. I mean, there's bad and good on both sides. How would it work in your opinion? And then I'd like to comment on a little bit. Feel okay. This is a problem with compared with stupid people like her comparing our country to places like Finland Denmark. Use it. I it would work if this was done, right. How it would work is if we had proper government workers, you know, being the gatekeepers are supposed to be against fraud and abuse, and you allow people like me and millions and millions and tens of millions across the country, entrepreneurs entrepreneur's idea makers, creators, if you unleash our energy the small businesses. Okay. You stop taxing us to the point of suffocation. Okay. I'm gonna wait. I'm an entrepreneur. Instead of you know, they're never gonna get over, you know, making two hundred thousand dollars, and that's that's gross. Okay. That's not net and taxing them at a rate of thirty five or forty percent, if you unleash their energy, and you give them the space to create they're gonna make a million dollars. Okay. And twenty percent of a million dollars is more than thirty five percent of two hundred thousand. It's math would that help people like me who fall through the cracks who's done. Because there's going to be more. There is going to be more in the general fund just explained to you. You unleash my energy. You tax me at a lower rate. I'm gonna make more money or the the entrepreneurs are gonna make more money that tax money is going to go into the coffers. And then it will be there for people who have true hardship. Do you see how that works? If I hear you. But I don't understand because they haven't done that much about economics. If people get rid of the greed, but you, and I know that's very hard. Look at Charlie Baker. He just got a six percent. It Ray Ray mentioned wait, you're mixing you're mixing in public official greed with a true true. Small business grades greed is greed, greed is greed, right? Mean, it doesn't matter whether it's public or not is still greed. You're you're asking me how it works when you unleash the productivity mob is I'm talking about a specific category of people that I know best because they AM one I represented them. I come from them for my great, grandparents grandparents to my parents. Do you see what I'm saying? Entrepreneurs small businesses and the thing if if they did this people social security would help they would set up funds for people like me. I am I saying it right and help people like me get back on their feet. You know, good. You would have more funds available yet thought so on both ends you have more funds at the front the front end. And at the back end, you have better government, and we better watchdogs ferreting out the fraud, and then somebody would have implement those. That's the problem. That's what has to be done. Yeah. But it's not gonna happen through socialism. I'm Joe I'm gonna hold you pass the break, if you don't mind because I want to hear your comments on Elizabeth Warren. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Thank you, welcome. So I am recently Franko we are sorry. But that on the news here's played on other week has come and gone. What has not come and gone? The partial government shutdown though, there have been meetings about it all weekend long staff meetings that are happening this weekend that the vice president is Charing is usually the kind of thing you see on maybe they two or three of a shutdown. What are we on day sixteen now? Oh, and this continues to stretch out. And then given that they're still at that very preliminary point where they're still only beginning to define what border security means everybody where they're still defining. How five point six five point seven billion dollars would be spent we've got a ways to go correspondent, Ed O'Keefe? President Trump went to Camp David to discuss the shutdown and the wall and other subjects..

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

15:04 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"With an assault rifle. No one needs ten bullets. That's my favorite line of all time. No, all right. So that is New York governor. Andrew cuomo. I live in New York. You get if you live in New York. So let's say you're all right federal taxes before the tax cuts up top marginal rate thirty nine point five percent. Then you got New York another nine point nine percent, which was basically everybody because they get an apartment. Well, how much is your apartments in New York? Right. I mean, you're paying an obscene amount of money. There are people that work on my television show young people that want to be in TV, they graduate some of the top colleges. They suck it up for a lot of years. Right. Stephen how many years these people suck it up. You've been working at FOX what? Twenty years now ten years he is twenty. I know he looks like he's twenty. So anyway, so. All these kids. They live live. There's literally they're living in like nine hundred square feet apartments that they're paying like three thousand dollars for and there's three of them. How many how much do you pay for your apartment every month too much? It gives me to think of give gimme a number. Can you give it then? I'll tell you mine. I got no shame. What I paid three thousand dollars a month for six hundred square feet. Okay. And yours was a dump right? Forget about it. I don't live in a dump first of all I make everything beautiful. Okay. Six hundred square feet, and how many animals lived in there with you wasn't part of the question. Okay. They take up three hundred square feet of because you like an animal nut, but just say all right. So Andrew Cuomo talking about all these progressive things that he wants to do for New York. He is exactly what the Democratic Party is nationally. This is a scary. Oh cortez. This is Lisbeth Warren. This is Bernie Sanders. This by the way, your mic, sir on just say, you know, you're hot in the studio. Yeah. Whatever your buttons push their unless you guys want to have that conversation on air keep the button down so Andrew Cuomo this just came out. So New York state the rate of New York state's population with all of that progressive talk that he's doing New York state's population tax base is imploding. So remember, you pay federal income taxes, you pay ten percent more state income taxes, which you can't deduct anymore, which means for example, under the Trump tax cuts that help the middle class wage earners saved two to three thousand year. I'm actually paying more which I'm not arguing about MRs isn't about me. And then you pay if you work in the city another three percent. And then if you live in the suburbs, and you're in West Chester or Nassau Suffolk County in Long Island, then you're paying the highest property taxes in the entire country. So he's doing such a good job as he begins what year nine of his governorship, and now all these grand socialist, you know, that was a wish list of leftism, socialism, state ISM, and somebody's got to pay for it, all and that would be the remaining people in New York. Now, the biggest population losers between twenty seventeen July at twenty seventeen and July of twenty eighteen were oh, high tax democratic states, like New York, New jersey, Illinois and California. Now, if that's state is so promising like he is saying and like Elizabeth Warren is suggesting similar policies and Bernie Sanders similar policies Cuomo, obviously with the rhetoric ratcheting up. He's preparing for that big run himself. And then you're gonna get you know, we got bozo. Rourke Pocahantas got maybe Andrew gillum. We'll get in liberal mayor Tallahassee. That's where they want to take the country. But here's the problem in one year, New York state that state that Andrew Cuomo is describing this socialist utopia of New York lost forty eight thousand residents in one year that means forty eight thousand people decided that's a net loss, by the way of people decided to get the hell out of New York. And then I look at Elinor. Their population declined by more than forty five thousand Vermont is saving people because they're like offering ten thousand dollar incentives to stay there. And then what what what are the reasons? High taxes burdensome regulation, by the way. There's no more corrupt place than Albany, New York. If you ever become speaker of the house of the assembly in New York, you're going to jail, if you become a the Senate majority leader in the state, you're going to jail Cuomo literally said in an interview that if you guys investigate me, I'm gonna follow every dollar that you give to all of the people you're paying off with our with our tax money. Of course. That's what he's guested. That's how I took it anyway. So now, here's the difference. Let's go to the great state of Texas. Great state of Texas. Oh, they added three hundred eighty thousand people in that same one year period. And the state of Florida came pretty close to matching Texas, they added three hundred twenty two thousand more people. Now, why is it states like New York, New jersey, Illinois, California? Why are they losing population? Why are states like Tennessee, Florida the south in general, even the midwest? Why are they gaining population because of regulation high taxes, it's not affordable, better, weather, and you have more freedom. So while you know, the country always is going to experiment with socialism. And I think we're about to go through that debate yet again, America's going. You know, I am telling this is the net result. It was not hard as I was varying Obama as like the sole person vetting Obama and seven and eight and I studied Frank Marshall Davis, and I studied Alinsky and I studied rules for radicals. And I studied acorn, and I studied what community organizing is whoever had ever heard of what a community organizer is. And then the black liberation theology. In the church at GD America, twenty years in the pews Reverend Wright and starting your political career in the homes of of weather ground leaders, like Arizona Thorne, and I told you that Obama was gonna fail and fail spectacularly I mean. Bill Clinton was far more stoop, politically, then Barack Obama was Barack Obama is the only president that I can point to maybe in my lifetime that showed zero. Pro growth in terms of his ability to challenge his own rigid, indoctrination an ideology. Jimmy carter. Even did better the person that was the most astute on the democratic side was Bill Clinton because after his beat down in his first midterm election. While the era of big government is over the end of welfare as we know it Newt Gingrich became the speaker first time Republicans had power and forty years. The reality is this there is this bizarre appeal to spreading the wealth redistrict redistribution of wealth. And I'm gonna tell you what it's rooted in human beings. Most people have their lives governed by fear. If you're going to be honest with yourself and take a deep dive look into your heart. Most people live their lives with a lot of fear. Now, if you're religious the antithesis of fear is faith the nude believe in God. And you put your faith or trust your hope your dreams and God. But most people know, why are they in fear? Most people can't ninety plus percent of Americans. If something the God forbid thing happens, and you need money or you lose your job or something happens in somebody gets sick. Most people don't have enough money for three months. They can't survive for three months. And then you add, okay. How much is my rent? How much is my car payment? How much how much is my kid's school? How much do I have to pay for close? How much do I have to pay for books? And there is a justifiable side. I would say concern is better than fear and worry. But a lot of people are in fear. And then here comes the government. And the government says free we're going to give you free healthcare. Oh, jeez. Healthcare so expensive. I can't afford it. Let me I had it ObamaCare workout. It was sold on a series of lies. Keep your doctor. Keep your plan and pay less. None of those promises were kept people. Millions lost their doctors millions lost their plans and millions paid more. But they play to your fear. Government plays to your fear. Which is why you wonder historically, you've got this up and down in the political cycle, it's appealing when when the government says we're gonna take money from them. And we're going to give it to you. And that's going to take away a lot of your fear. And if you put your faith, your hope your trust deny us, then we're gonna make sure that your health care is taken care of your retirement is taking care of your kids are taken care of. I mean, if you listen to socialist on the at the ultimate level, they want free healthcare free. Daycare free schools has how are those government schools doing we pay more per capita than any other country in the industry allies world with the worst results? You can't do any worse than our own public schools. But that's the government takes away the fear. You don't have to pay for your school. And if you want to send your kid to a public school. I you have to pay for the school that you're not gonna use because they're not gonna give you the choice because they want your money to pay for school. You not. Going gonna use? And they don't care. You know, our founders in our framers, I did a lot of reading over bake a lot, you know. And Thomas Paine wrote in common sense where the guides in dictates of one's conscience irresistibly obeyed. There wouldn't be any need for any lawmaker. And you know, unless the American people because you know, think of those people that that drove west go west young man took a lot of guts Americans say the home of the brave, right? It's pretty brave. If you look at the moon, maybe I have one of those good telescopes. You could actually see the craters on the moon, and you can find Mars and Pluto and galaxies within galaxies the majesty of creation if you have faith in yourself, you gotta do better government pain said in its worst state is but a necessary evil and in its in its best state a necessary evil in its worst state and intolerable one and yet the appeal of socialism. He will take away your fear. But they're not taking away your fear governments become tyrannical every bit of security that you think you're getting from your government every bit of it. I don't care if it's gonna pay your mortgage give you free housing give you free healthcare every single thing. They quote give you you give up your freedom. And you give them the power over your lives to the point where politicians in New York decide you can't have a salt shaker at a restaurant. You have to ask for it. Or they decide the size of the big gulp. You can buy you can't buy a big gulp because they determine it's not healthy for you. If you have freedom, and you take your God given talents in that environment with a desire to produce goods and services that other people want need and desire and take advantage of the freedom. That ninety percent of the world doesn't share with us and use it to your advantage. Everybody could be rich. The reason we don't have a billion or two million more high paying energy jobs now that we're the number one producer oil in the world. Because the government no other reason because of environmentalists imbed with the Obama administration, wiping out drilling, wiping out fracking. You know, how rich New York could be if the governor would just open up fracking and natural gas in upstate New York. It would be in New York renaissance. The one thing not on his list is the freedom to use the blessings of those natural resources. So we let our neighboring state Pennsylvania steel at all. All they do is drop it down, and they take every bit of it. And guess what? Hundreds of thousands of people in Pennsylvania are benefiting from New York. Stupidity. So people are leaving states like New York, New jersey. California, illinois. I have one thing to say though. Which one you want me to do here. The one in your hand. So I am one thing to say if you're gonna move out of these liberal states, and you're got to move to Florida, Texas, Tennessee, the Carolinas wherever you want to move to. Leave your liberal policies with you. You cannot destroy two states. You're already are leaving the state that's been destroyed if you wanna go to a state that is thriving and opportunities exist, leave your liberal policies at home..

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"lisbeth" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

15:05 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"No-one Hans with an assault rifle. No one niece ten bullets. That's my favorite line of all time. No, all right. So that is New York governor. Andrew cuomo. I live in New York. You get if you live in New York. So let's say you're all right federal taxes before the tax cuts up top marginal rate thirty nine point five percent. Then you got New York another nine point nine percent, which was basically everybody because the get an apartment. Well, how much is your apartments in New York? Right. I mean, you're paying an obscene amount of money. They're people that work on my television show young people that want to be in TV, they graduate some of the top colleges. They suck it up for a lotta years. Right. Stephen how many years these people suck it up. You've been working at FOX what? Twenty years now ten years he is twenty. I know he looks like he's twenty. So anyway, so. All these kids. They live live. There's literally they're living in like nine hundred square feet apartments that they're paying like three thousand dollars four, and there's three of them how how much do you pay for your apartment every month? Too much. It gives me a give me a number can you give through and I'll tell you mine. I got no shame. What I paid three thousand dollars a month for six hundred square feet. Okay. And yours was a dump right? Forget about it. I don't live in a dump first of all I make everything beautiful. Okay. Six hundred square feet, and how many animals lived in there with wasn't part of the question. Okay. They take up three hundred square feet of the because you like an animal nut, but just say all right. So Andrew Cuomo talking about all these progressive things that he wants to do for New York. Now, he is exactly what the Democratic Party is nationally. This is a scary. Oh cortez. This is Lisbeth Warren. This is Bernie Sanders. This by the way, your mic, sir on just. So you know, you're hot in the studio. Yeah. Whatever your buttons pushed their unless you guys want to have that conversation on air keep the button down so Andrew Cuomo. This just came out. So New York state the rate of New York state's population with all of that progressive talk that he's doing New York states population tax base is imploding. So remember, you pay your federal income taxes, you pay ten percent more state income taxes, which you can't deduct anymore, which means for example, under the Trump tax cuts that help the middle class wage earners. Save two to three thousand year. I'm actually paying more which I'm I'm not arguing about MRs about me. And then you pay if you work in the city another three percent. And then if you live in the suburbs, and you're in Westchester or Nassau Suffolk County Long Island, then you're paying the highest property taxes in the entire country. So he's doing such a good job as he begins what year nine of his governorship, and now all these grand socialist, you know, that was a wish list of leftism, socialism state is and somebody's got to pay for it all and that would be the remaining people in New York. Now, the biggest population losers between twenty seventeen July at twenty seventeen and July of twenty eighteen were oh, high tax democratic states, like New York, New jersey, Illinois and California. Now, if that state is so promising like he is saying and like Elizabeth Warren is suggesting similar policies and Bernie Sanders similar policies Cuomo, obviously with the rhetoric ratcheting up. He's preparing for that big run himself. And then you're gonna get you know, we got bozo. O'rourke pocahontas? We got maybe Andrew gillum. We'll get in liberal mayor Tallahassee. That's where they want to take the country. But here's the problem in one year, New York state that state that Andrew Cuomo is describing the socialist utopia of New York lost forty eight thousand residents in one year that means forty eight thousand people decided that's a net loss, by the way of people decided to get the hell out of New York. And then I look at Illinois. Their population declined by more than forty five thousand Vermont is saving people because the like offering ten thousand dollar incentives to stay there. And then what what what are the reasons? High taxes burdensome regulation, by the way. There's no more corrupt place than Albany, New York. If you ever become a speaker of the house of the assembly New York, you're going to jail, if you become a the Senate majority leader in the state, you're going to jail Cuomo literally said in an interview that if you guys investigate me, I'm gonna follow every dollar, and that you give to all of the people you're paying off with our with our tax money. Of course. That's what he's guested. That's how I took it anyway. So now, here's the difference. Let's go to the great state of Texas. Great state of Texas. Oh. They added three hundred and eighty thousand people in that same one year period. And the state of Florida came pretty close to matching Texas, they added three hundred twenty two thousand more people. Now, why is it states like New York, New joys, Illinois, California? Why are they losing population? Why are states like Tennessee, Florida the south in general, even the midwest? Why are they gaining population because of regulation high taxes, it's not affordable, better, weather, and you have more freedom. So while you know, the country always is gonna experiment with socialism. And I think we're about to go through that debate yet again. America's gonna you know, I am telling this is the net result. It was not hard as I was vetting Obama as like the sole person vetting Obama in oh seven and eight and I studied Frank Marshall Davis, and I studied Alinsky and I studied rules for radicals. And I studied acorn, and I studied what community organizing is whoever had ever heard of what a community organizer is. And then the black liberation theology. In the church of GD America, twenty years in the pews Reverend Wright and starting your political career in the homes of of weather ground leaders, like Arizona Thorne, and I told you that Obama was gonna fail and fail spectacularly I mean. Bill Clinton was far more astute politically, then Barack Obama was Barack Obama is the only president that I can point to maybe in my lifetime that. Showed zero growth in terms of his ability to challenge his own rigid, indoctrination an ideology. Jimmy carter. Even did better the person that was the most astute on the democratic side was Bill Clinton because after his beat down in his first midterm election. While the era of big government is over the end of welfare as we know it Newt Gingrich became the speaker first time Republicans had power and forty years. The reality is this. Oh, there is this bizarre appeal to spreading the wealth redistribution redistribution of wealth. And I'm gonna tell you what it's rooted in human beings. Most people have their lives governed by fear. Mo. Going to be honest with yourself and take a deep dive look into your heart. Most people live their lives with a lot of fear. Now, if you're religious the antithesis of fear is faith than nude believe in God. And you put your faith or trust your hope your dreams and God. But most people gonna why they in fear. Most people can't ninety plus percent of Americans. If something the God forbid thing happens, and you need money or you lose your job or something happens and somebody gets sick. Most people don't have enough money for three months. They can't survive for three months. And then you add, okay. How much is my rent? How much is my car payment? How much how much is my kid's school? How much do I have to pay for close? How much do I have to pay for books? And there is a justifiable side of I would say concern is better than fear and worry. But a lot of people are in fear. And then here comes the government. And the government says free we're going to give you free healthcare. Oh, jeez. Healthcare so expensive. I can't afford it. Let me I had it ObamaCare workout. It was sold on a series of lies. Keep your doctor. Keep your plan and pay less. None of those promises were kept people. Millions lost their doctors millions lost their plans and millions paid more. But they play to your fear. Government plays to your fear. Which is why you wonder historically, you've got this up and down in the political cycle, it's appealing when when the government says we're gonna take money from them. And we're going to give it to you. And that's going to take away a lot of your fear. And if you put your faith, your hope your trust deny us, then we're gonna make sure that your health care is taken care of your retirement is taking care of your kids are taken care of. I mean, if you listen to socialist on the at the ultimate level, they want free healthcare free daycare free schools. How's the how're those government schools doing we pay more per capita than any other country in the industrialized world with the worst results? You can't do any worse than our own public schools. But that's the government takes away the fear. You don't have to pay for your school. And if you want to send your kid to a public school. I you have to pay for the school that you're not gonna use because they're not gonna give you the choice because they want your money to pay for school. You not. Going to us and they don't care. You know, our founders in our framers. I did a lot of reading over vacation a lot, you know. And Thomas Paine wrote in common sense where the guides in dictates of one's conscience irresistibly obeyed. There wouldn't be any need for any lawmaker. And you know, and less the American people because you know, think of those people that that drove west go west young man took a lot of guts Americans. We say the home of the brave, right? It's pretty brave. If you look at the moon, and maybe I have one of those good telescopes. You could actually see the craters in the moon, and you can find Mars and Pluto and galaxies within galaxies the majesty of creation. If you have faith in yourself, you gotta do better government pain said in its worst state is but a necessary evil and in its in its best date, a necessary evil in its worst state in intolerable one and yet the appeal of socialism, he will take away your fear, but they're not taking away your fear governments become Tarango every bit of security that you think you're getting from your government every bit of it. I don't care if it's they're gonna pay your mortgage give you free housing give you free healthcare every single thing. They quote give you you give up your freedom. And you give them the power over your lives to the point where politicians in New York decide you can't have a salt shaker at a restaurant. You have to ask for it. Or they decide the size of the big gulp. You can buy. You can't buy a big gulp because they determine it's not healthy for you. If you have freedom, and you take your God given talents in that environment with a desire to produce goods and services that other people want need and desire and take advantage of the freedom. That ninety percent of the world doesn't share with us and use it to your advantage. Everybody could be rich. The reason we don't have a billion or two million more high paying energy jobs now that we're the number one producer oil in the world. Because the government no other reason because of environmentalists imbed with the Obama administration, wiping out drilling, wiping out fracking. You know, how rich New York could be if the governor would just open up fracking and natural gas in upstate New York. It would be in New York renaissance. The one thing not on his list is the freedom to use the blessings of those natural resources. So we let our neighboring state Pennsylvania steel at all. All they do is drop it down, and they take every bit of it. And guess what? Hundreds of thousands of people in Pennsylvania are benefiting from New York. Stupidity. So people are leaving states like New York, New jersey, California, Illinois. I have one thing to say though. Which one you want me to do here. The one in your hand. So I am one thing to say if you're going to move out of these liberal states, and you got to move to Florida, Texas, Tennessee, the Carolinas where we want to move to. Leave your liberal policies with you. You cannot destroy two states. You're already are leaving the state that's been destroyed if you wanna go to a state that is thriving and opportunities exist, leave your liberal policies at home..

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"lisbeth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"lisbeth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He is as a person who is this guy is a person a good majority of that is what? Personality personality personality personality personality, when you look at a lot of the stuff that he's done. He's checked off a lot of boxes and while conservatives may not like his personality. They look at the boxes you check off. And they're like, yeah. I like that those things are good. I like those things I won't tell you that because I don't want you to think that I'm a hate monger or anything else that you're gonna throw out there on Trump. But I like the things that he said he was going to do and he's done them. And the reality is that she is really starting to press the issue. She said about three four weeks ago. She was not ruling out looking into it. And now two thousand twenty and doing something like this shows me that she's more than just serious. She's ready to take that next step and bring her brand of politics to America. I hope that he is running. I do not think he'd be difficult at all he'll destroy the country. Jamaica country into Venezuela. No. And there you go start to build up. The you're gonna turn our country independence will start to build that up bat process of she's going to turn us into Venezuela here. She goes she's turning us into Venezuela. It's coming she's turning into Venezuela. And as we all know Venezuela's not good when they talk about socialism. And the funny thing would they talk about socialism, right? When they talk about socialism and Lisbeth Warren and Bernie Sanders brand of politics. They never want to bring up Venezuela. That's the thing. They never want to bring up. They never. They don't wanna talk about that. Because it's not pretty it's not pretty at all. It's the exact opposite of Brady. Right. It's the exact opposite of pretty they can talk about all they want. But the reality is socialism never worked. If Scandinavia's not socialist where has socialism ever worked nowhere. Why would you say to the Americans like the idea of socialism and supported here? I would say that they should wake up, and you don't need the governments to dictate how you how to live your life. How much money you should make how your family's should be treated or how much he should pay. Thank about that. The next time. You hear Michael Moore and celebrities praising socialism, socialism, Rex economies wrecks lives. It kills. Yes. It does it's ugly. And it's never worked, and they can talk about all they want. And that's why Trump is laughing. He wants to take her on. He wants to take her on. He's begging for Bernie. He's begging for her because those independents out there who sit around and say to themselves. I'm a huge fan of Trump. But you know, what I'm not a fan of that socialism. And they're speaking that giving more power to government giving more things to government handing over more of our life. The government. That's not what I want. I may not like who he is as a person, but I can get over that. What I don't want is. I like you as a person, I think, you're an okay person. But the reality is you're going to destroy my life. So I'll step away from that three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us for all the talk of we're going to get into recession. We're going to have these things. This is going to happen. I'm let you guys know this. How bad are recession will be I don't know. But I will tell you one thing what's coming in the future. That isn't being talked about needs to be talked about, you know, twenty thirty forty years ago, you come out of college. You have very little if any debt whatsoever, you could start to get on with your life. You could start making money, and you could take that earnings that you had because of that college degree, and you could put that back into the economy. We live in a different world. Now kids are coming out with hundreds of thousands upon thousands of dollars of massive debt that is turning into hundreds of.

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Giovanna Devo Wyatt, Lisbeth And Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson discussed on Chad Benson

Chad Benson

01:16 min | 3 years ago

Giovanna Devo Wyatt, Lisbeth And Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson discussed on Chad Benson

"The girl with the dragon tattoo in this installment Lisbeth is back and finds herself and her lover trapped in a web of danger from. Spies. Hackers and the government itself. Clara foiling, Keith Stanfield, Sylvia hoops, and Stephen merchant's star in this crime thriller taking audiences back to World War Two is the war horror film overlord just hours before d day. An allied force parachutes the Nazi occupied France to destroy a crucial communications hub with the soldiers. Must fight off a Riddick. Enemy fighters created in a sinister and top secret laboratory project, Giovanna Devo Wyatt. Russell John Madero invoking Woodbine star and another holiday favorite gets rebooted again for the big screen in the Grinch in this three d computer animated comedy the title character hates Christmas. And schemes to steal it from the nearby residents of whoville Benedict. Cumberbatch Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson and Angela lansbury lend their voices to this retelling of the Dr Seuss classic. Still in theaters are Bohumil rhapsody, the nutcracker and the four realms. Nobody's Fool a

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Whoopi Goldberg hates that Trump will decide on new Supreme Court justice

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

02:49 min | 4 years ago

Whoopi Goldberg hates that Trump will decide on new Supreme Court justice

"The mass shootings are occurring in baltimore detroit cleveland new orleans all run by liberal democrats or democrats socialists of america so again trying to go after our guns when it's their ineffectual leadership in the cities that have created these environments for mass shootings drawbridge of the day then there's what goldberg and again parental discretion is advised for the upcoming story because maybe young years at home or in the car that you may not want to hear the story so parents and adults use your discretion on the view on abc yesterday co host whoopi goldberg was discussing our concerns over president trump picking a supreme court nominee to replace justice kennedy and goldberg said here's the kickoff for me i'm the person that does believe that just because someone is appointed doesn't mean and i believe i've said that a lot about the supreme court you never know a person the supreme court is going to vote because sometimes you know things change they wake up they see things i don't like hearing again that i'm trying to take your rights away i have to tell you the woman i think you're trying to take my rights and then she dropped the bomb get out of my vagina end of quote i can respectfully submit to you what be that there isn't a man in his right mind would think about interfering with your vagina not one frank i think you would agree with me on that i'm not gonna say anything i don't to look is gonna crack the lynn president trump floating chief of staff replacements amid a shakeup the john kelly out in the embattled kelly might again this is his been percolating under the radar now for about two weeks and they're saying the two possible replacements could be mick mulvaney and or the chief of staff for mike pence nick airs of course we did have a recent shakeup and fox's old president bill shine is now going to be the white house communications director so he's now joining the trump administration mad maxine says she's been forced to cancel to events because of death threats that people are making towards mad maxine so she's applying for the sympathy vote they're sick bill clinton says he's got a new found a lot of respect for how sarah huckabee sanders handled the red hen ordeal quote should enjoy them out she didn't pitch a fit shouldn't call them immigrant loving thugs or whatever she just got up and left an offer to pay end of quote they're both from arkansas by the way and how about this bet never mind lisbeth warn president trump could soon have a polk honest of his own in the family donald trump junior wants to make sport of it in a segment on fox news.

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