18 Burst results for "Lousa"

Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:25 min | 3 months ago

Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative

"Talking to camilla. Lousa who i call the godmother of the future because she is engaged in so many levels in the lives and careers of people who will probably term and how we view fashion in the coming years. She's always been able to do that as well. She's always had a finger on the pulse. So camilla welcome lovely to see you. Thank you very much tim. Lovely to see. Because i haven't seen you for a very long very long time. But you have been very busy in this lockdown period. There's a few things we have to talk about today. I guess we should stop with your new agency which is called fire. Bearing in mind that you'll old agency c. l. m. manage the careers of of people at yoga and tell and tim walker and katie grand and and people that we know extremely well. Can you tell us exactly what fire is because it is. It feels to me like. It's the new version of salem identing far as the new version of salem actually it it is seattle eminent stands on its own his doing really well on a through a neck which on delighted for but i really was born out of covid. I actually hadn't got when i left salem. It was planned to start another agency tool in any way shape before. And i have been very happy done during lockdown dunk cocktails with camello with katie and love magazine. And that was an really enjoyed doing that. I really hadn't gotten any great plan to do anything. Because i have this year off. And then at the end of last year on wayne and cates who basically a mike founder said to me. Would you like to start another agency. And i said. I would be really interested to doing that as long as i didn't have to completely on it. And so i've we brought shallan Rule larry it. If i was going to be really honest it feels like it's going back to when i first started in nineteen eighty ninety four. You know it's very small. It's very it's not but it smooth you know it's it's baby steps and it really. I suppose is looking off the the new generation the young though the new

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"lousa" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"lousa" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

"If. Anyone knows way before the hipster should happen nickel park. If, you watch that movie meet Loca Topaz movie about you know. The Mexican. Gang, culture. You, Echo Park House with fuck as she was film. Now's epicenter of it. was you know he he grew up on Lousa. You know what I'm saying. He knows what time it is, and I've asked them discussions with shine and. That being said. There is no academy award acting in this movie. It was entertainment. I bought it. I needed red till like. Seven bucks or fifteen about I'm GonNa Bite I'm GonNa Watch it a couple times here, and there could see my boys. What was dope about the movie? was they shallow background story? You know these dudes they're they're street debt collectors. I'm saying people got pay tax protection boom, and one of the guys never see him in a movie for ever. and. I forgot. What that one may find dues name was who fucking got into my boy Jay Park. He's but anyways. You know there's dude works for a big boss and they come across some beef with another boss who wants to take over and do you know he established himself as a problem? And You know I, I can't get too deep into it, but when they get into Gangsta Shit. Ati Got Gory violent. It was everything I needed to be for Saudi night. It was violent. Gangster Shit it maybe WANNA pull my guns out. Just got me excited were filmed in l. a. and and you know anything about gangsters. It should everything wasn't like fucking I. Forgot. What that one dues name is Is. A Little Rob with not the loi could do I. Forgot. What to do is fucking name is GonNa move you fucking terrible look again, you're not GonNa get Academy Award acting. It was cool. It was action fucking boil season the movies fucking hilarious. He played hector like seven different movies but. If. You Ain't tripping and some bucks is you know like I said, that's GonNa be less than half one theaters. It was cool entertainment. If you don't lie gangster movies whatever don't waste your time, but it was something I want to watch and I saw saving the best for last Ma boy calvin who is someone I work with his business partner mind and very smart guy. Yellow She's fucking Christ. I don't even know where to begin with this and just tell you. He sent me a link to the craziest fucking documentary or story fucking what the? Fuck. It's twenty twenty ABC. And It was the craziest story. I've ever fucking seen on television. It was craziest fucking story. If you had ABC APP on Apple TV wash there if you have a computer just checkout. Twenty, twenty, catch me if you can. Ho Sane. Nigeria H. S. S. E.? N.. N. Last name is Mary N.. A., Y. E. R. I this story changes, fucking. Eights fuck, switching gears. This shit is like hop into one car to another going reverse gaining hit jumping into another car dangle and swimming, and just the most insane story of a robbery gone wrong for the wrong reason, and it's interesting because. The reason why I know my partner is because we're both in the cannabis business and he's stabbed sin it I just kind of dabbled in it and minute now. But this is what these guys specializing and it was based in Newport Beach California. So you know it's not far from office where a lot of my boys you know live and well, my my partners, OC, and stuff and. You know this guy owns a fucking dispensary and he gets kidnapped. And the whole fucking situation kidnapped. The backstory is fucking insane and just the fucking this dude Jose Neier, you could just look in his eyes back. Okay. This look. I didn't even know how much this guy had to be involved in this situation. I just seen as soon as they show him I a sadistics fucked up on. I grew up with a lot of Persian people. I can tell this fucking psycho. This you have to watch I'm telling you right now look all the other. She is cool here and there whatever this is fucking crazy like I just never seen a crazy selectors, and if you live in California fuck, it doesn't matter where the fuck you live. You GotTa Watch. This fucking. Catch me if you can twenty twenty ABC special on Hussein Eerie are fucking it was. It's I think it's the latest season. What's pretty recent? It's fucking crazy that shit was fucking nuts. Go Watch that Shit. Now, let's get some the fucking sports. Dodgers are doing good. The Not, do an excellent, but the plan really good, and I'm not mad at him. They're doing their thing. It sucks that on Saturday they lost and the Lakers lost Lakers motherfucking losing weight too fucking much in the bubble that shit's going to be a mother fucking problem. It's starting fucking starting to get on my mother fucking nerves to be honest with you. They need to step their shit up. It is not. I'm not like I'm being dead serious right. Now, this is not a fucking like. This is crazy man. Yes. We clinched first place I. Don't know if that was the fucking good thing. With fucking for bragging rights like I sit and think about the shit non I'm like Yo. Hold on. Wait a second. The Lakers potential playoffs is. Like going to be the hardest we've ever faced and it's like, yeah, we got the problem who kissed like you blazers. And then to maybe.

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"lousa" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"lousa" Discussed on Good For You

"Erawan but hello and she till she because you was triathlon. She was leased third. Sleaze little drunk trunk Aby. Are Her lizard. The Lizard Lizard like scissor. Yeah right now. Just do a rapper. Oh Quick Oh oh I don't know this appropriation let's do on Jamaica. Yeah let's try to talk like Chet Hanks. Who's that what John Mark I mean I can't even it's too I can't even? It's did you see the I'm Chris. Can you realize Manelli up like what the worst is when you go when he starts barking at the end he's like what is it are. That's the part that I hate the most ignorant junior who let the dogs out is about ugly woman even won a grammy. Did you know that that's what that song is about contracting. Well what did you think it was about. Dogs gets utterly rappers the video. There's dogs running around ugly women in the video but yeah because they couldn't do that they they couldn't do that. That was too far. Yeah put them back on. What can I do Elisa? Manelli can can you think so okay. Let's see what you've got I. I don't even know what she sounds like. This won't work. I could not pick Liza Minelli out of a lineup but can't even name I. I don't know her as as you try. Kiki would say Shimmy Lousa I was I love. I love mother. All the toll model of Broadway and move play all these Chit Chats and all these things and it's it's a Malay don't even know if that's what she sounds like about her little high inactive. Do you do lots of impressions. I don't know well. Is it a question. I asked my chemistry class by doing Sharon precious to my teacher really yeah. She loves to the Tennessee. School system seems to have some very very interesting. Ought to do work but I think it helped. Yeah I think so too all right I think we got properly. What's so funny I don't know Mona stitches are about to go by the way. Huge Fan of Kurkin Katyn. I've always thought it's it's very difficult to do. Well Oh really. Oh you mean it's difficult. I think I think we're kristen. Wigan humor and doing this the key is you can't try to be funny. I think that's what is so..

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"lousa" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

Entrepreneur Perspectives

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"lousa" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

"Let's welcome. PJ You've been building your businesses. You've been doing a lot of different things in probably like me. A lot of ways where you come up with a lot of ideas and ideas are great. Sometimes it can be a challenge because you don't know what to work on first but take me back to the time when you screen became something in your mind. Say this is something I want to spend some time with. Maybe not the time we like ready to go all in with that. But you knew you were. You were on to something when you had this idea for you screen awesome. Yeah Yeah Great Question Eric. There's a lot you could say about that right. Yes you're yeah over all few things for me right. I had a previous company which a sold in two thousand seventeen. There was a web hosting company web hosting I sold it to entirely digital a Toronto based corporation that buys you know smaller size web hosting companies. So I did that for fourteen years and I started when I was about twenty two twenty three years old. I think it was about twenty three or so so I had that company for fourteen years. We hosted a little over five thousand one upsets a lot of shared small accounts but we also had good customers like Red Cross that business started to plateau and I started the very young and I you know about comfortable at certain points. I learned a lot during that company but long story short towards two thousand eleven twelve when I was really early maturing person and I was trying to grow the company and going to multiple conferences and events and all that stuff I started to see that. Ain't it really had just been oversaturated and it was very hard for me to grow with web hosting you. Go Daddy's you're single obser- liquid Web's their Web dot coms is one one another those guys and had to be realistic. So I started looking at other options for me and I knew SAS was the way to go and we were already hosting video the only use screen rights so because of that aspect I started to get into hosting more video so I was like okay. I'm going to launch a SAS service around video because I knew the video had a lot of potential so answering your question now coming to prop is. When did I start gaining traction? And Hey there's something here do things about that I. To be honest I never saw another option. I knew my web-hosting business was plateauing in selling ghetto web-hosting thing is a good resale value. It's a clientele it's recurring revenue excess ballot. But it wasn't growing so I knew that eventually get to look at another option so for me. It wasn't like hey what options have will be used screen or not. It was like I'm GonNa get this going. I'm going to build the software I'M GONNA kick some butt and I'm GonNa Hustle so I got my mentality going into it. I didn't see any other way I was going to beat. The competition was planted. It sounded like back before for two thousand eleven when you started paying attention right to the different video and started realizing that there was something there and you just continue to you dive into it You may be stating your bubble a little bit but you had this idea you knew it was there and then you know fast forward two thousand seventeen and that's when it became that realization station was this is the option. This is the choice. It's very clear to me but there resist time period before that where you started like thinking about it a lot more would imagine like late nights early mornings middle of the day whenever it might be. You're like thinking this is the direction I'm eventually going to go while you're still working on web-hosting right. Yeah absolutely right. You're definitely right about that with the train of thought one thing you said that attached pinpoint is businesses apostle right. You're going to figure it out as you go. What I did is I was like? This is exactly my train of thought I was like okay I gotta grow up good. I do on a advertised. I'm GonNa do this do that in web hosting you can tack on the other services like shopping carts to your web hosting and then now you have a different service. For our sweet partnered with a company called Neva in San Diego Neva dot economize dot com and. We bought Balk licenses from now. Resold them for over ten years that we were like okay. Now let's look at other shopping carts we looked at other shopping carts we built those partnerships partnerships. Some of them brought in a few account. Some of zero counts but the other thing we did is we went until media. We partnered with a company called LOUSA. Waza is a media media server. Okay you put it on the server you install it you pack and now you have a video hosting server people can store their videos do live streaming video on demand. I got customers from that. That showed me video potential but other shopping carts and so that we were doing have potential too but I knew there was more potential in video because I started to exercise other options of looking at ways and other services that existed with video. Joe Streaming Distribution I saw a lot of expensive services. I didn't see good solutions. The meal is one of them like video. Not Basic player but many on demand they tickets contend percent rupture still around share. So I was like okay now I wanna Kinda go into video. That's where the seed was planted. I was looking at other options and video stood out of what I like is that you dabbled with it right so you were exploring this opportunity while doing what was producing revenue free right but you dabble that you tried. Try to other things just kind of see where that was gonna go. You kinda had this inkling news going to happen you still dabble with it and a lot of things that you said resonate with me because it's a lot of what I've done. Is those in the insurance space and insurance brokerage space and you know as always it was exciting and some of the stuff that we did but you see the messaging that was out there in the insurance arena in. The insurance industry is really boring and dry nine dollars and just like. Where's this industry going I saw being stagnated? It's a slow growth industry in in a Lotta ways. That's a good thing because it's very consistent or can be consistent. There's upside there too. There's downside downside risk of course but realizing that there's something else that we can do and that's where media became a big part of creating content became his big thing for me to say. Well let me try it out for myself self and then what happened is people started a couple of people started to notice it and say hey. Can you do that for me. And that's where the content marketing is built and banned. It was just kind of like that. It's totally different industries of course already different businesses but the same thing from an entrepreneur entrepreneur. There's these moments in time when I taught about this stuff and I dabbled in it in other ways even before that and then you kind of come to this realization. Like didn't know I WANNA go full head into this and then you start pushing but it doesn't happen overnight doesn't mean a cat it doesn't but it usually doesn't and like you said as you said it perfectly businesses a puzzle and it's really weird because a lot of the things. Life is a puzzle right. There's just so many different moving parts. It's actually the second time I've heard that today in the different conversations. I've had so you just saying here right now. Just also resonated with me but yeah it's a big deal for you to to see that to dabble with it to go forward with it and then create use screen the video monetization platform in an obviously. So you hear about it right now. Videos videos enormous media's enormous but I think what you've done is I think about this. There's two things that I see where you can really have significant growth open a business in a lot of fun. Doing it is technology in media. I like to think that at our company we have great people have great people that are really good with technology and I can dabble with it as well. But I'm talking about next level technology where you can create like you say the SASS product and then the media which is the content the video. The podcast that you're on right now. I think those are the things that can work for you while you're doing something else while you're working on something else while you're sleeping so it doesn't mean you don't have to work less. It just means that you can rapidly grow your business by taking advantage of technology and media. PG You've done both right. Do you see that. Do you see the same thing that I see. Where if you can have technology and media not only because right? Now we're talking about. Are you in your business. But did you see that as well having technology and media was a way to astronomically. Grow your your yourself and your business. Yeah absolutely. I think. Technology in media definitely has helped in every way just even from an educational standpoint of me learning a lot about business itself like for example just looking at their amount the education in content online crazy for me. I've been in the tech web hosting game literally when I started my company in two thousand three so I I was looking at us. y'All is one of the first but I was an early adopter of Seo. We rank really well for words like ecommerce hosting me hosting meager merchant hosting the shopping cart. That I told you about. I adopted that really well but to be honest guessing there was not a lot of information then ran fish and from Ma. Moths came MAS DOT COM. Seo Guy White Way Fried whiteboard. Fridays Yup and he started pretty much talking about all all the different ways to do. Seo and all that stuff so that was big vary educational but he was one of the few then there was so much tons of content longtime that was just the is being produced the last three or four years crazy so very easy to figure out the formula of what's needed for online online marketing. Now there's a lot of fake so you make it five consultants or new hires that you're gonNA find in marketing. Probably more than anything else right like web development someone can either write right code or not code. You know right away if you cannot see what kind of what they built a marketing sweetheart and it takes time so the fake to make it. You gotta be careful Careful who you hire aspect. Everyone says they job in social media in this in that a long story short not to be off that subject. It's the last few years there's so much education education online that it's so easy to figure out what the formula is to succeed in new digital marketing. There's no doubt about that so people think it's hard right now what it was five hyphen years ago but building good software building a business online is also very difficult. Because you're pretty much hiding behind the screen right think about that you put a url you build a nice site. no-one knows how big your company are you working from home or you're not. Don't shake hands with anybody so it's very easy to also kind of fake it. They make it right so in that aspect it's competition there's a lot of different services by building. An awesome product is number one. That's what I focus on new screened focus on two things..

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"lousa" Discussed on Awakening with Jay Nelson Forrest

Awakening with Jay Nelson Forrest

20:48 min | 2 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on Awakening with Jay Nelson Forrest

"And welcome again to my podcast. I'm Jay forest the spiritual skeptic today. I'm going to be talking about two kinds of religion so I've been working through studying different ways of looking at religion anthropology anthropology. There's the anthropology of religion sociology of religion philosophy religion so there's different different takes different principles and methodologies that come to the question of religion and you know the psychological. The psychology of religion is one of the older ones that I've studied William James and the varieties of religious experiences a good example full of probably one of the earliest works on the psychology of religion and his viewpoints still hold a lot of weight he was way ahead of his time and thinking about religion and religious experience but in the sociology of religion one of the things that I began to notice is the problem is religion agenices far too huge of a conglomerate that it's hard to define it whether you study religion in an anthropology or sociology or psychology you'll find that the biggest difficulty they have no one agrees on definition of religion so what I WanNa do today is I want to go into one of the distinctions I mean there's probably four distinctions. We can make we can think of religion as theistic or non theistic for example you have Buddhism which is a non theistic easiest religion and then you have Christianity which is a probably the easiest and most readily known example of theistic religion for the Buddhist. There's no creator God so other non theistic religions would be like Jane. ISM Taoism so there's there's other on non-theistic religions and then of course there's other theistic religions like Judaism and Islam as well as of course Christianity but one of the things that's interesting interesting when you begin to study the sociology of religion because they different branches of of different disciplines deal with religion differently so psychology comes at the question of religion from the psychological viewpoint point that is how does it deal with the the psychology of Human Nature how does it deal with mind and behavior and that's the focus focus of psychology of religion so psychology religion would be interested in the experience of the divine the sacred whatever it is and trying to understand that the philosophy religion would be interested in the thinking of religion religious thinking and whether or not it's reasonable rational and stands up to uh to a test of truth and the science of religion region would be more along the idea of either the psychology of religion or philosophy of religion in one on since the philosophy religion is kind of larger Ombrella because philosophy takes in the the best that we have in science at psychology and even phenomenology so and when I say psychology I actually meaning the social sciences which is probably not the best way to say. I should probably say the physical sciences the Social Sciences philosophy and phenomenology analogy might be a better way of saying that for different ways of looking out the subject of religion so from the sociological standpoint while I say the anthrax anthropological standpoint. They want to know the origin of it they want to see what is it from the inside. Where did it start. What's the the the structure of the religion where sociology is more interested in the social aspect aspect so anthropology is not not necessarily ignoring the social aspect but it's trying to get back to seen how it developed and and more of this the structure of the religion from within the religion is trying to look at it from the inside if that makes sense so when you do anthropological research which you do. Is You actually go in you. You might go oh and live with a for an example a tribe and and try to understand the religion from within the tribe. Um Sociology will sometimes do that as well but they're trying to look at more the social the Inter personal aspects of the religion whereafter policies trying to look more from the individualist viewpoint and of course these are hard and fast rules so as I'm studying the sociology of religion one of the things that I began to realize is that there is a major difference between for an example Buddhism and Catholicism early Buddhism and Catholicism or are Christianity and that's the social structure so most people would not what have any argument with Christianity being religion most people I think doc at least in the Westwood engr include that idea of the divine or God or gods or something like that in the idea of religion were eastern religion. That's that's not the case like I said there's the stick a non theistic religion in less and and some atheist want to do this they they would prefer to use religion just for the supernatural so that they can just condemn you know religion and and and some I'm do Sam Harris's waking up is spirituality without religion and what's weird is that he he actually basis most of that spiritually Buddhism which if you look on any any you pick up any book on World Religions Buddhism will be there there you know and so boom is not a religion because it doesn't have a belief in in a creator God. I mean that's an option but the it's really a poor option. Because what do you call it then. What is Buddhism if it's not a religion while it you say won't may maybe maybe we can classify it as a philosophy okay. If it's a philosophy then what's the difference between that and Let's say Immanuel Kant saw philosophy the big difference I mean Immanuel Kant doesn't have followers they don't manual didn't create monks and nuns and Immanuel. Kant doesn't take refuge. I mean we don't take refuge in Immanuel Kant and we we don't have the system that that Buddhism does so. It doesn't look like any other philosophy. If you'RE GONNA call Buddhism of Philosophy there is something different about Buddhism Taoism and Jane resum organism. If you want to be more correct in that is that they are religions minus God. That's what they are. I mean they have every single attribute of religion except they don't have God so. Why don't we just say that their religion without God a non theistic religion that makes more sense rather than doing the other but what's interesting too is. Let's go back to Taoism. I talked a little bit about Dallas couple podcasts ago in one of the things that's interesting about about Taoism is it began as a a disciple student kind of situation where you had sages or or teachers like Lousa which means Master Lau so you had master allow possibly not an historical figure but John's a Master Guan who had disciples and he taught these disciples just light Confucius did it was that kind of a thing a student a a student teacher situation and then in the about the about the third century or so you have of religious Taoism where they created a temple and and rituals and things in this in and they actually translate that asks what's the difference between religious Taoism of that of the third century or so and philosophical Taoism which which is what the originals were so you have a difference in social structure. You have a teacher student relationship and then in the third third century or so you have a congregational situation and really if you look at the difference difference between what they're called in Chinese the difference between lineage and family and it looks like that they would be closer due to a disciple kind of belief system and a congregational type of belief system and you know the people would say that that's philosophical. Taoism right is the student teacher or disciple apple learner situation and then when religious Taoism came and they started a church congregation then that made it religion and so the congregational part is what makes something a religion well. Does it assuming that the the gospels are somewhat historical we find in the Gospels of Jesus that he I was a teacher who followed had followers disciples and it was a student teacher relationship. There was no congregation. They didn't have a congregation so when Jesus was teaching his disciples. was that a religion or wasn't it. If you say it was a religion then it that is a kind of religion. A student student teacher relationship kind of religion. If you want to divide it based on that then before the book of acts there was no religion or you can say it was part of the Judaism a religion of Judaism but let's take another example Buddhism early Buddhism the Buddha was the teacher and he had students. It was a teacher student relationship relationship so we find over and over again this thing that most religions began a student teacher relationship and then ended up being not always Buddhism tends to still be a disciple student disciple kind of student teacher. You're kind of situation at least in some branches so if we look at it that way we can actually divide religion into two kinds we can divide it into a discipleship kind of religion and a congregational type religion one centered in the teacher teacher student relationship the others centered in the community and so that we have two different kinds of religion now. If that holds true Oh and I believe that it does then stoicism as an example of a religion that is a student teacher situation and because stoicism never turned into a congregational situation the West has had a hard time identifying it as a religion because because until the understanding of Buddhism Taoism we only knew Christianity Islam and Judaism all of which became congregational so when we looked at stoicism we'd see it as a philosophy not a religion and yet if we look at epicurious epicurious an epicure innes them that definitely was communal so was a religion. It's usually still identified right as a philosophy you see the difficulty philosophy was it. I mean what is it that makes it a religion and this is this. This is why it's an issue in anthropology psychology and philosophy eighty eighty. It's always an issue define religion and I think it's because we try to over generalize generalize what we WANNA give one definition for all kinds of religion and I think that's a mistake I think we can divide it between theistic of non theistic religion and between discipleship centered religion and congregational centered religion and that will help us get us into four different squadrons for different kinds of religion if you will but I'm I'm trying to focus on just two today and that's the discipleship version of religion and the congregational version of religion. John and I think if we understand that that way I think we get closer to a better understanding a when something is a religion and win. It's not I think most scholars tend to look at stoicism philosophy and I think that's incorrect. I think's stoicism is a religion. I think it is a discipleship center religion. that is somewhat theistic in the sense of there is a god in Stoicism It's a panatheist God but there is a god in stoicism. and I think that Zet if you say A. The what makes it a real religion is a belief in God than stoicism would would be a religion but if you require both a belief in God and a communal situation than epicure UNISOM is it's still a religion because it had both it had the garden which was pretty much the model on which monasticism in the in early Christianity was based in fact many of the the epicure Ian Centers became monasteries so if you look at it that way then you can see yeah it kind of had all the elements of a religion but is still okay classified as a philosophy by most western philosophers and yet after you get past the Hellenistic period no other system philosophy ends up being anything like epicure in his or Stoicism you have people making a wide belief systems but not of them become a basically a religion in the sense of the fill in the philosophical tradition so you have Christianity pretty much took over and that was that was pretty much the dominant philosophy slash religion agenda in the ancient world so when we began to look at religion we need to be a little more discerning and not try to fit all religions under the same banner of type. Give one definition and they all fit and that's what doc Daniel Bennett does in his book religion as a natural phenomenon and what he does in in my view is actually sets. That's it up against. theism is what he's trying to do. A makes it congregational any makes it theistic and if it's not congregational that's not theistic. It's not a religion. Buddhism is therefore not a religion. It's a philosophy and that doesn't hold hold water. If you look at every other philosophy after the hellenistic period there is no philosophies that look anything like Buddhism and in the actual eastern philosophical systems. I never drew a distinction between philosophy and religion. That's a western concept imposed on eastern thinking religion and philosophy. We're not separated and in fact. If you really understand philosophy you would understand that Christians did philosophy they did philosophy about God. They did philosophy with the presupposition that God existed and that the Bible liable was his revelation yes but they did philosophy they reasoned from Thomas acquaintances a good example of a philosopher. Sopher who philosophized based upon those presuppositions and so if you understand and philosophy correctly in my opinion you'd understand philosophy is rational thinking about a topic of importance and that whether you assume that there is a god or not although it changes the conclusions it doesn't doesn't change the activity of philosophy so Thomas Acquaintance was philosophizing but he was doing so in my opinion from from faulty presuppositions and that's that there is a god in that the Bible is his revelation. Both things have no evidence for him in actually have contrary evidence. That's a good reason to doubt that those two things are true and now we can come and we can rethink re-think religion with an understanding and really need to take into consideration specifically for me. Buddhism Taoism resume stoicism because I think all three of those pose a difficulty for most interpretations of religion within at least the philosophical community of nonbelievers. They would like to be able to just use religion..

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"lousa" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"And when a car just kind of it wasn't all there. I was so grateful to them they paid my gray. I also loved I did commercials. But before that cater waiter. Did you guys ever cater waiter? You. I know that people do I've never done. I've heard really good money. It's really good money. And you don't have to do with the people that much put the food out have. It's not waiting tables. You have to deal with the attitude and stuff, it's all the same. As a pair of black pants and white shirt in Manhattan in Manhattan. You got a flat five hours. Whatever you did. You've got five hours paid twenty bucks an hour. Yeah. That was that is really good money. That is I know I did that. I did that all the time. And then I was able to commercials on the more commercials. Got I wasn't able to now. Speaking of New York, New York, I all roads lead to LIZA Minelli. Tell me what you learned as an actor working with Liza Minnelli, Jody's dot, yes. Okay. Let me tell you right now. I remember the day that they came up to me. And they said just, you know, your girlfriend's going to be life. Did you what did you do? It was one of those things I was already in shock being on a show out a lot. And it was by that time. I was like all right. Let's let's just go with it. What's coming next? And I met her. She could I'm sure you guys have met her. She could not be more gracious. Yes. When she tells stories, they don't come from place ego. They came from a place of listening to my life. That's right saying I was I was in a cab with Sammy Davis. Yes. Yes. Yes. And she took my wife on out to lunch once she sang for us in the back seat of my coats. Z? Had never heard her that much because I think that's how came out because she just concert Carnegie Hall, and of course, my wife, and I we were driving Chevy Malibu at the time. She was sitting the back started chain smoking. We didn't know what was happening. Wait lies. It was in the back of your Chevy Malibu. Talking about lies at Carnegie Hall like the lies that. No, not that one thing there several times. Yeah. But she was she's system sitting in the backseat because she wanted to just smoke and Randy she smoked remember they were Marlborough lights. Yeah. But she started talking about it. And I said, I knew some of her music, and we said something she says, you know, I'm gonna sing your song. The best part was she had done it. So many times as you can hear the orchestration. So she'd go Lousa what does e. Mccarthy. My wife like just left her bodies. Yeah. And then she took us out to lunch. You started telling stories about our momma. Oh, loved her momma how she was raised on the MGM lie. She was and again, we just listen her stories all the time. Yeah. And as an actor what did you did? She know her lines. We're lying when you did scenes with her. Did you ever forget that you doing a with Liza Minnelli? You know, if I'm being honest. No. I mean, there was this point where it's like, all right? I'm about to make out with. Which was a gift? Yeah. Oh, yeah. And no, I don't think I, but but she was so she was just so great because when you're dealing with an icon, you never know what you're gonna get. Right. And it's like she just with everything she's been through either to be really better you're going to go the grace row. Yeah. And she went the grace. Right. And it's like that is the route you wanna go. For her amazing..

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"lousa" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Yeah, that's what makes you raise that? Definitely. So you guys win. So the only way that the oddsmakers elevated, the Lakers to forty eight wins over under is because they devalued for other teams, four teams that made the playoffs last year are sliding in these projects? Yes. How can that be? So LeBron's gonna make them all slide. They didn't get worse Portland, one forty, nine games last year and nothing really changed the starting five is starting five because they gotta play LeBron four time. Oh. The way they would have got to give the Lakers to elevate them all of a sudden they won't be getting. Okay. So we go to the New Orleans pelicans just caught fire at the end of the year. They look like a new team with miratec with Anthony Davis boogie out of the way. So he and Anthony weren't clashing anymore. And all of a sudden they just took off drew holiday. I know they don't have Rondo. You think it's going to hurt him, but it's going to hurt them three games. So Anthony Davis is going to get worse. No, not going get worse. But if I was thing we should LA putting out fires LeBron just having a guy like like Rondo with a guy like Andy Davies, guy likely Bronco with any other star, having a point guard like Rondo. So maybe Rondo is going to be the difference maker in a game to game so much. Okay. No coach me his own coach. She didn't want to hear anything from any Luke Walton. All you got maybe smarter. You might not. It might be smart as far as I got. Okay. Lawrence o. can make this a moot point. If he's what you say to you can just quit. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. He can make this a moot point because of Lonzo is what you said. He is. We've got to be given the chance Rondo should be played about eighteen minutes a night. Lousa was what you say you do d is what I say. Okay. Well, we find out we care about pickup Rondo. Got. That dog ate ask for men is Rhonda, won't be in a game. We'll see how that goes. Lavar is going to make. Joan. You grew. Lavar keep telling you they trade play us lavar draft. Reagan trae play into the middle of anywhere hop Brooklyn look into you LeBron what about Milwaukee? He'd love Brooklyn. The New York stage. She'd love it. Ain't LA. I hope he realizes that last year was enough. He's got to be careful. I think it's this is team that brings me to the Minnesota Timberwolves your favorite team in the studio. Oh, last year. Braun change that because they won forty seven games the ploughs, but this projects them to be two and a half games worse at forty, four and a half. I don't get it. I don't see they're the same. Jimmy happy. Jimmy was happy. He decide that extension thing about it. He not happy, but he working his butt off to be. Working to the Buddha, I've, nobody's never seen. Oh. So who the post them stuff gonna make so call into town. Now, if you're going to be the Anthony towns, go be the cat play. The regular of the playoffs. Regular saw their play regular season. He's a stud are, let's say, for the sake of argument, my guy that happened to be LA give you playoff numbers for the season for the seas shouldn't be surprised. Get thirty nine nine. That word they can win every game one fifteen to one four. I don't know. How do you do that? I don't know. You play these people play defense play no new. Minnesota plays lots of defense because the coach forces them to blow off in speaking of playing defense. That brings me to my San Antonio Spurs and once upon a time, this man played for coach Popovich. So how defense gets emphasized in San Antonio, so less you would know quite Leonard with quite hanging over the team, the whole year long, they still managed to win forty, seven games. This says they're going to be two and a half games worse than I don't get all of a sudden you add to Marta, Rosen to lamarcus to powder, Saul to Rudy gay and guess what? Monje? Nobody's backheel will them to five wins just be all by himself makes it forty three, probably going to move..

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"lousa" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on My Black Friend

"Black people need to do yeah because then that lousa rest of the world is step back and be like yeah look at all these bomas black people so it and that's what we used to love to do learn to get him on and shot his little bullshit because it was a way of insulting black people being like yeah you guys are selling drugs and you aren't you aren't you're not going to school and you're not you're not getting jobs and it's like there's there's that sector of every race it's doing that they're they're called lower class like they're called poor people you know like there's that everywhere so what you do is you just get out to lower income communities and preach that like hey we gotta get you guys off the streets but don't just address to black people you can't get out of there just be like black people need to do is you that you have to address it as a whole so that you're not singling singling out at a specific race just for doing one thing that everybody does so his message was always run but deebo knows messages right i don't know i was gonna try to take this side of this guy i don't know if i had yet county west evil what are we heard the comments hurt any sewn but i did some something right before we actually he is okay or some shit yeah well he's been on this for a little while he's been doubling down over the last maybe weaker so where he's.

"lousa" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"And then i shut down for an hour and a half y'all and i hate figure something else out at that bank i closed the wrong a cow i treat like it was like it was all messed allows like i'm a key motto debitcard but move it to my new accounts and then i got gascoigne car just to see if it still work then i got home and i was like why did i do that i need a new car i don't know how the people got my money maybe they use the car no one knows it i'd get a new car it was the hour el ostional foxo yeah i can understand may be that debbie lightest i may have something to do with close my right like why you like fuck it closed aren't you just sit out like i dunno social security number other rebel muscles cure because they they got me with so yeah anyway random looked like he never had to deal with that is what i'm saying who long story short the allows that were short ran i had to figure it out and we'd out of so um back to shanta story sean is has gotten danger back data asked on the way home i is laws she's i lousa was not in a more don't worry about it like we're good and you know they seem to be doing okay with the bills and everything but lower vow to get a knock on the door shanna goes answered door a data over here's her arguing with the landlady and land ladies like you are three moslem honda brand rant jacek bows and show third shea uh in shanas lie you know within naylor dina self song so ridiculous thing where you like dishonored does not the right answer to the question industries has gives you like i'll needed bows what is good i'm good if all it just day okay to calm down audit ranks she aiden.

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"lousa" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Now there it takes a half hour they doing knock them they're ross grow how we were professionals of the papandreou i started as a call wipe it down the girl wiberg dowden and dag got promoted to got drives the car out was that that so when the car comes out of the tunnel earlier it stops i get together get slammed the door polling gear and driver to whenever stations open boca for the guys that drug nightclub holy shit took me about a month in november december awakened bound cars i showed up on time every morning with fifteen minutes before the but i was also robin okay so sometimes people give you three bucks you only put doing the basket or go you pull one of the basque and keep to with the receipt so i was also lousa claude dr why learn how steel when i was a fox in a wiper mmhmm and then when i was a fucking car driver listen you take ten cars you think fifty cents from reach god who as far bugs zulus i apply bugs five mugs by bugs knew that to fucking heroes variable way so between that and steal tips plus you know sam 15 hours i was the outta got my car and drove it on the witness valley bed debitcard worked on no nothing wipers barroga get him attempts against better oh cher i quit the among them there was walking by 'cause i moved them colon when i got married.

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"lousa" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Try to get there eighty percent so so that the whole thing is now coop and look this is how you break up with someone you the behavior the absence that's what it is all you just at the local spot a little longer and eu star breaking y'all curfew based on the norm of when you come home desk this and then you overtly sayed if they don't get the hit next year as kawhi will be a free agent kuweit in la he's a riverside guy that's where he's from an and he just doesn't i mean i know he's from here but he does not strike me as a guy that would love la the way some other players would love la was just doesn't seem to be the way that he's motivated yeah a personality type closer to lonzo even allows lows la you see lousa loves la but the personality type is like trying to show you everything he will have a friend because that's how kawai roles as well but i think this gu for the lakers in the show time 20 construction the jordan clark's is the the the angelo russel's i think they're magic johnson live the now for their life to know that maybe this is not the generation to bet on to do that again wink wink a lot of secrets were buried ls keep them there let's not trying to resurrect tumble through your experience so i dislike this lakers core of young talent a little more close to the vested in what we expected yeah eh and kawhi bution because it does feel like he's going to go but it doesn't the the the paul george thing makes perfect sense movlem braun it feels like a it's not going to happen to release the least there's a pipedream that you can sell to somebody but the uae one just doesn't feel like there's a a story to get him here no arming you can't sell among coming home and you can't sell them on like the lakers it'd be better but you can sell them on is a less a brace of experience one thing reported from work you will popovich is that it can be understated experience and some guy.

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"lousa" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Were yvette or dunham or they wanted to just draft and keep donovan mitchell at what they got another like combo god moved gary arcelor three i mean i wouldn't like he's he short but everybody short now right at like ev yoke against truly that point forward with i mean you've thought some spectacular passed last night why wouldn't you just get like a hawk by another jamal murray like i'll be terrifying yeah i think it actually be good at it like i was the house like if they just stayed and kept mitchell in nuggets faiza patel their light now there's like the rumor was they're going to stay there intake og i was like oh you talk about a perfect fit like your back court is jamal murray harris og mill sapin yolk it that's a strong five but now they are run i like other like are now we would never undertaken metro we would have taken another better player than what we got another younger better fit for winning pitcher shipped together with her jesus greg got jobs not that i can't be like tributary lousa plant some great ball this year yet i'm just yeah they just need wilson chandler and getting it done league beasley africa richard jefferson was even on their d oh yeah a broke up a fight last night it was very funny to say for you i don't and again hoods not spectacular but when he plays he can shoot i feel like that a useful skill now i don't.

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"lousa" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"You know reaching out to use were very open and um having now it's a virtual consultation was very helpful to see you in your gorgeous without makeup oh i am not been absolutely new i i knew because you accept the time out of your schedule you took an hour we sat on skype for an hour and we talked issues like has anyone ever looked at you know she like i think it's a vascular issue has any whenever you know looked at will you know what's causing the inflammation the caused them lousa and the and the redness and all of these things and i was like no so then a hand road bachar and molest must go handinhand then people don't realize fast they see the vessels the feeding your problem in giving more inflammation c o two sources of inflammation then you're have them play matori great code saying you know he's also spoken about other aspects of inflammation so when dr co an eye on on those people know dr colors her husband yes yes renown naturopathic position this so when we approach looking at skin we look at at it from inside and outside and it's one thing i can only go so far because on treating it from the outside but to have the internal aspect because all as we know all this is insite out right so now have to be able to master both because even if i get your milan th anyone can get in the last went down to have really all was it look well but within two weeks later it's fast rate the second growing the sun or the he it's like okay w what was all about downtime for right so we wanna create sustain.

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"lousa" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

"You know taken apart reedited like jordan uh jordan really understood uh i saw things he was doing that i that that i that i did not do in from a cultural perspective did you look at any of that and go lousa white person that's interesting you know i didn't think about that or i never had that perspective erred did any of those things ever occurred you at all looking at that are a yes or ups or are now i'm watching with the audience to have that experience go oh that's interesting reaction i never thought of that could sometimes things occur when you're watching it of how people reacting to dynamics thing well when you see where the black audiences verify a black outings knows that the comedy why diane's his are convinced it's only horror film no because that's i saw him baldwin hills in uh made it wish i'd seen either and uh he says if he told your parents i'm black and she goes should i yeah like the just this year each year and the entire audience is basically little at a are all will rail very mayor they're all there all lou route uh you on the amazing thing the jordan did a it he ended up chain you know about him judging the last one on ending a and by the way for those of you that happens in get out please go see it i i'm sure you get it either and i tunes or stream it somewhere or whatever but it please go see that the post is still playing with theaters but do yourself a favor and see this it is uh a i i look back it's a miracle it is miracle to make a million for it make a movie for four million dollars it is a miracle to direct your first movie it is impossible and it is to create what the tracy made in that last moment goes to what he is doing with the entire moving this is we are not serving civic vegetables we are taking new on a joyous terrifying ride it is for rochas louis entertaining which is.

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"lousa" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on The Starters

"And we re we are very weird yeah and that's going to be at first then cheating must champagne in nuts no not including yourself maybe that is but she mp nuts winning i mean coming up in in tweet heat on the twitter show this and then in the same week miers days later winning tweeted louis yeah he i don't know who tweeted week thereby everyone's naval will win jimmy chen chamberlain's your favorite drummer now actually at to outsource that question to you is getting some drumming concierge eighty i mentioned a dead drummer fair issued i've ever drummer ki moon was your favorite job in that's a lot been impressed with the dr richard bailey's a drum set up sharing i've actually been really gigging i'm enjoying yeah that's pretty cool have your number does dr the one of the best drummers sex he texted me all the time all the time but a few times you want to get into group chat with lousa work in the uae not a fan echo i want to get as i don't know why he seems like a bit of a dick he also are ruined famously ruined the sound of one of metallic as albums because he he is all over the drums sat at sounds like santa i don't like that point to kick the doctor will know what i'm here join kick good tonight with twenty kick canceling he was some kind of monster at that in canada get that okay we're all those done oh man drop i'm just checking the time here run quite long not really not too bad but are we got rapid fire accuse.

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"lousa" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on The Starters

"And we re we are very weird yeah and that's going to be at first then cheating must champagne in nuts no not including yourself maybe that is but she mp nuts winning i mean coming up in in tweet heat on the twitter show this and then in the same week miers days later winning tweeted louis yeah he i don't know who tweeted week thereby everyone's naval will win jimmy chen chamberlain's your favorite drummer now actually at to outsource that question to you is getting some drumming concierge eighty i mentioned a dead drummer fair issued i've ever drummer ki moon was your favorite job in that's a lot been impressed with the dr richard bailey's a drum set up sharing i've actually been really gigging i'm enjoying yeah that's pretty cool have your number does dr the one of the best drummers sex he texted me all the time all the time but a few times you want to get into group chat with lousa work in the uae not a fan echo i want to get as i don't know why he seems like a bit of a dick he also are ruined famously ruined the sound of one of metallic as albums because he he is all over the drums sat at sounds like santa i don't like that point to kick the doctor will know what i'm here join kick good tonight with twenty kick canceling he was some kind of monster at that in canada get that okay we're all those done oh man drop i'm just checking the time here run quite long not really not too bad but are we got rapid fire accuse.

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"lousa" Discussed on This Podcast Has Fleas

This Podcast Has Fleas

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on This Podcast Has Fleas

"Front will lead your dr larry litter box cat lovers did is laughing a letterbox and i am jones the cat coming at you what a shell south chas minds let's episode was pretty high to just thought the numbers two million lesm as a way had a paul overnight one that's four l million less than us call the nevada problem thanks to while you can't lovers who downloaded my hit new single featured in last week's episode let's hear a little bit of it now totally perfect tone and they were the maximum respect respect tell them kim feet we've been nap who sometimes has bonus tolls what about dow about him yeah looks like we have some guest in the studio studio johns you're sitting here letterbox and you stole my idea sorry but other rock initial for like man lousa already the only thing us though is the heart of my listeners you makeovers neat sounds jones i got a lotta buttons benjamin like this one asked thick put up a see guys we gotta great show today i'm going to leap off some high stuff copper hair ball i've been working on facebook and then while pop in on their sleepover party plus my exclusive interview with bidding the general then you're doing an interview with him mainly forgot i signed up for that all of that and more coming up but fires let's hear more that sweet sweet saul slip into the net who sometimes has bonus toes.

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"lousa" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"lousa" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"And it took me the wrong way thanks for the call i put this on wax multiple times he grew up in a hurry and fortunately enough for him his kids got a chance to grow up in a suburbs so there's always going to be that dynamic of trying to get them to understand the journey did it took to get from one point to the other the other thing i'm gonna stresses that he has a big personality um it just so happens that he has talatin kids and he's not putting on with the personality either like that's really him it sure is and so for the youngsters out there mike tyson had crocodile muhammad ali have mondini brown he basically serves as their height man their promoter their engine all of a sudden when lousa was doing workouts for the lakers not as good debt was there he bought your we're going to take an less doubled down on this you could say he set whatever expectations on his kids that you want all of that got lost me when he got drafted lanzoni said next to the hall of fame olga magic johnson and he looked at him and said i expect your jersey to be hanging up there in raft so whatever law all lavarra has said in a pass his not even come close to saying that so i want to put that elects the other thing that's really important for me hit the brakes okay.

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