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"loveless" Discussed on IDMC Movement

IDMC Movement

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on IDMC Movement

"Today we're going to be talking about handling dark and difficult times. Revelation chapter two versus 8 to west 11. Let's look to the lord in prey. Heavily father, we thank you so much for this moment. We acknowledge your sovereign presence in amidst. I pray that you give us listening years on a heart that is willing to obey your word. Holy Spirit be our teacher in Jesus name and people of God said amen handling dark and difficult times, revelation chapter two versus 8 to 11. Shall we read that together church? The word of God says, and to the angel of the church in Smyrna right. The words of the first and the last who died and came to life. I know your tribulation and your poverty, but you are rich. And the slander of those who say that they are Jews and are not. But are a synagogue of Satan. Do not fear what you're about to suffer, behold the devil is about to throw some of you into prison that you may be tested. And for ten days, you will have tribulation. Be faithful unto death, and I'll give you The Crown of life. He who hasn't year let him hear what the spirit says to the churches. The one who conquers will not be hurt by the second death. I want you to listen to me carefully. Over the past few weeks, we've been talking about the book of revelation from chapter one onwards last week was chapter two versus one to 7 in which we studied in detail, the letter that Jesus wrote to the church in Ephesus. Now, church and Ephesus is the loveless church today we are studying the church in Smyrna. It's a letter written to a church that is faithful in the midst of suffering. One thing you can see, this church is a small church. It's financially poor church. And they are struggling. They're going through severe persecution and trial. And Jesus comes to give them a challenge. Something to encourage them to strengthen them. As you read this scripture together with me, I hope that you paid attention to the counsel that Jesus gives to them. There's a twofold council that Jesus gives them. It is beef fearless and be faithful. Now, when I look at this, I examined this, I asked myself this fundamental question. How can we glean from this letter? What can we glean? And in fact, what we can glean is, how can we prepare ourselves to handle dark and difficult times? So the key question this morning is, how can we handle dark and difficult times? And that is where you got to look at the council that Jesus gives to this church. Look at that council again. Go with me to verse ten. Let's read it together. Three, two, one. Do not fear what you're about to suffer. Behold the devil is about to throw some of you into prison that you may be tested. And for ten days, you will have tribulation. Be faithful unto death and I'll give you The Crown of life. Two imperatives that Jesus gives here. One is the stop doing this. And the other one is start being this. What is that? He says, do not fear. In other words, stop being afraid. It's a forceful command. It's an imperative that says, don't be afraid. Do not be afraid. In other words, be fearless, second imperative is be faithful. Now, these are the two councils, Jesus gives to the church that is suffering and whose faith is being tested. Now, many times when you hear these two counsel, be fearless, be faithful. We somehow think that we know it already. So we don't we fail to capture the important things that Jesus is communicating in this letter. So this morning, I want us to recapture. What do I want to recapture? I want us to recapture two important things about this important counsel. What are the two important things? One, it's the boldness of the council in relation to its source, and the brilliance of the council in relation to its scope. He says, be fearless, the boldness of the council in relation to its source and be faithful, the brilliance of the council in relation to its scope. Let's look at it one by one. The Bible says invest to the angel of the church in Smyrna right. The words of the first and the last who died and came to life. Jesus is reminding that church that is going through severe persecution who he is. See, I want you to listen to me carefully, theology plays a major role in our lives. Especially christology is necessary for us. The more you understand Christ and the more you understand who you are in Christ, who you are, you will be able to overcome every challenge in your life. And especially when you're going through painful seasons of life. Here the Bible says that it is Jesus who gives them this council. It is the one who says I am the first and the last. And he's the one who says I died and came to life. He says, I'm the one giving you this counsel. So there is a council that united take, and it comes from the lord Jesus himself who refers to himself as the first and the last. What does it mean to be first and last? It means that he is sovereign over everything. He is the sovereign over the beginnings. And he is sovereign over the finishings, the endings. He is sovereign over every aspect of life. He's eternal. He's the one who controls the affairs of men. And not only that. He says he has glory in everything. He is the first in glory. He's preeminent. That's what it is. First, and last. Not only that he goes on to say that he is also the one who died and the one who came to life. Now, why does he mention this specifically in this context? Here, in this context, as you read from west 8 to 7, you would have heard death being mentioned. And the second death being mentioned, be faithful and to death. And those who overcome, they will not be hurt by the second death the Bible says. Why does the word death appear over and over again here? Because the worst thing that can happen to you in this world is they kill your soul. But the Bible says, you and I do not need to fear what happens to us. Isn't it? Because the Bible is very clear. Jesus says to us in Luke chapter 12 and west four and verse 5, I want to read this. I tell you my friends do not fear those who kill the body. And after that have nothing more that they can do, but instead, I warn you, whom to fear. Fear him who after he has killed has authority to cast into hell. Yes, I tell you fear him. I want you to listen to me. Jesus himself said, don't fear the one who can kill you in your physical body. But fear the one who has power to cast your soul, your spirit into eternal fire into hell. Listen. This is you and I, we need to fear God. And here Jesus says,.

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"loveless" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"I could get my hands on t shirts like stuff from like merchants stuff that i get my hands on like so we had kind of become friends at that point and then when i got released i wasn't really planning on doing a lot of interviews or podcast or anything so i just i felt like it was just time for me like at that time. It was really hard. When i was real sad about it so i didn't know if it was necessarily the time for me to do a podcast. But he had asked me. I'll say virgins asked me to do budgets. i'm gonna do it and During that time. I still wasn't sure what i was going to be called. I didn't really like my. Nba wrestling name. Heidi loveless oh. Yeah yeah i didn't. I didn't really like it because it was given to me. And yes yes yes that was me. That was me that was me. It never was never pronounced correctly. It was given to me. And so i didn't really want to use it again. And so i had mentioned that to the guys in the podcast. And i was like i think i wanna keep ruby because like it feels a lot like me and i was like an and i hold it near and dear to my heart because it was inspired by the song ruby. Soho and he laughed and he goes well. Why don't you just use that. And i immediately just crumbled melted into like thirteen-year-old me and was like what and he was like. Yeah i can get a couple of guys on the phone. We can get you ruby soho. We can get you the song like we can work this out. And i was like i'm in front of a camera just trying to hide my face because i was like this is not real like this is not real life. He is offering to give me this name and the song and everything just kind of fell into place just so perfectly so i. I'm very grateful to them. I told him as soon as as soon as after the debut. Like i was like i feel like i'm going to be liked because of the song. So like ideally. Hopefully they like me for me but if they don't they like me 'cause the songs thank you for letting me ride your coattails of coolness i appreciate it. Song is what people equate then automatically. It's a good feeling because it is one of those songs. I knew the song because i have that album. But you kinda forget and there's a lot of people that had never heard the song be so stuck in my mind. Yeah you become on the name of your name is on everybody's everybody's tongue because of that. Yeah i love it. I love it and like i know. I know you can obviously relate with your amazing song. Everybody's singing after after the fact like it's such a cool feeling to be like. Wow there's there's still seeing in the music that's one about. Aws we encourage them. A lot of people have songs like wild thing real cold yes written for. Yeah and people once again. They get something that used to happen all the time an old wrestling. He's nineties but now we have it back. It's such a great idea. Yeah because it just keeps them. Keep that energy continuing from the point and the music stops it doesn't it doesn't automatically die because that music that that energy is still going and it's so amazing it's so much easier especially as an in ring performer to feed off. This is still going. I'm hype..

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Managing Neurodegenerative Diseases with Better Data to Improve Outcomes

The Bio Report

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Managing Neurodegenerative Diseases with Better Data to Improve Outcomes

"Bill. Thanks for joining us. Great to be with you today. We're gonna talk about active bioscience and its efforts to bring personalized than comprehensive care to patients with neuro degenerative conditions. You're starting with multiple sclerosis. Oh let's start there for listeners. Not familiar with the condition. What is multiple sclerosis well. It's a chronic lifelong debilitating disease it. It strikes about one hundred thousand new patients per year. There's about nine hundred and fifty thousand patients in the us. Two point three million worldwide with the disease it strikes relatively young and once late twenties often Disproportionately affects women. Three to one It's an autoimmune disease by its nature. it's progressive. It's being driven by inflammation and immune modulating forces which translate over time to neurodegeneration adding demolition in accidental damage on the disability from this diseases significant they may be affected as patients by issues ranging from mobility up to specificity pain fatigue. Cognition of there may become more bits of depression. Urinary symptoms abolish shoes. Ocular manifestations of the sum total of which translate often to about fifty percent of patients. Being out of the workforce. In twelve years. So op devastating. When you think of the age of diagnosis and then the potential for disability up scenario where is great hope as it relates to more advanced sophisticated and powerful therapies. there's now eighteen approved so called deep. Tease disease modifying therapies Other expensive on the use may be somewhat unguided for lack of Superior insights as to how to apply them. Blessed pointing said make. This is an expensive disease or condition with about three to four point. Five nine in lifetime cost at. What is it like to live with this condition. And as it progresses How do people lose abilities or find their symptoms. Worsen yeah these. These patients are tracked along a ten point scale called the expanded disability severity scale and it's a function of how the symptoms stack or accumulate over a period of time as laws the severity of those symptoms. What's really important along. The way to be managing the level of inflammation or immune mediated processes at work at a given point in time. So the goal is to manage disease activity to as low of a loveless possible to quiescence. Unfortunately the tools to be able to measure disease activity are extremely limited today and what we want to avoid the along. The way our relapses relapses can be the severity. Where a patient may end up in the er or hospital which translates often to tend to twenty five thousand dollars in cost and patients who may not recover to baseline and then we want a slow progression along that cathway so it's a combination of that need to be managed carefully attentively and unfortunately i think we may talk about a little bit. Further of the tools for measuring patients are subjective qualitative in really nat equipped for the task at hand. How is the condition treated today. And how actively managed our patient. Yeah so the the the technology's arranged from these disease modifying seventies that are very powerful in nature but to which it's important to balance between the fact they may have been what might be adverse events or side effects or tolerability. So there's this constant know efficacy versus risk equation. That's going on and with eighteen drugs across multiple mechanisms of action and varied routes of administration figuring out which patient which therapy is very difficult particularly for lack of biology based incites or the ability to khemka. Trask similar clinical types. So it's it's really the best attempt to match but might take twelve to eighteen to twenty four months to tell clinically whether a drug is being effective or not. So you've got the disease modifying therapy in an attempt to tamp down disease activity than their symptom management through use of Might be physical therapy. Occupational therapy could be medical therapy. The average ms patients on eight other drugs or medications may be under the care of a urologist gastroenterologist ophthalmologists as part of the team as well so care team coordination will become issues along the way in addition to. What are the right insights that you towards the right treatment in the right management Symptoms and trying to avoid accumulated disability.

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

"After that. I was gonna say you didn't really speak. He doesn't speak english so he's just like laughing in. Do we got two picks kind of everybody's autograph. It was a fucking dope show. That oil was their trainer. Focus their movies. Dad and his brother was sitting right behind us. We were ringside. Got the fights at the tropicana day before the mayweather fight so everybody was. There may no no. I was looking at the ring. Gross mr nick okay. I'm glad you asked john. Four was my fave but yeah Let's move onto the part of the show. The words of wisdom. I want to close it out with some dope passwords wisdom from mr well-known. Take away a words. Wisdom is twenty twenty one. Fuck koby sixty nine. And i call it sixty nine. It just sounds funny. I dunno way. Like what just my thing. But cova sixty nine legislate. Let's keep rocking and rolling and tune into the water. Ponder whenever you have fucking problem wanna smile when alive when get down some deep shit tune into the energy what a partner will go head shot on in everything but just keep rocking and rolling. Roll with the bullshit. Because when we're never ever promised tomorrow this is only chance to break away from the monotony. Hernan fucking corn teeny and for moths bullshitting the motherfucking moon. Though i wanna bring him upon bigger tonight because it's his birthday weekend is sexy af missile bigger when hitting the joint elizabeth pretty for keep it simple for one for complications. Simple they should be one plus one. Okay make fucking everything's algebra now where things want. Everything is a plus one you have to make it that simple life because if you over analyze the you're gonna take away from time you're not guarantee so you have to really appreciate the moment you know things that you can't understand but you're not reaction may be but if you learn from what happened from ten minutes from now but you still saw the picture you wanna right path because like we mentioned with sled man same as good example. Tuck fucking the pollution of life. Every day will change. Who you are now is not who you were yesterday. If you're progressing and you're learning or digressing if you're learning your lovely in your understanding. Should you're never going to be the same person you're gonna just grow as who you are as a person as far as what you interpret as what's right brigade love you for who you are. I really do think he just quoted my quote. He could be w you go you. They think you gotta think like that. Because people are soul fucking and bring loss. And i hate the same. This is reality. This is the formula of what the right way of life should be. But it's not about the getting outside the box so what people are going to give you the natural. Yeah we shouldn't as you said no. No no life is not about that. It's got to be in your own fucking world. That's the reality of life you got. The green bay predefined twenty seven. I know at an and if you don't if you don't own your own world make your fucking world you have to you. Got to minecraft said mental. Health is a big deal. Mental health is really daily. My way everything. I can't tell you. Hey this is the only. I've known as you just brought up a great point. I want lead man to give us his interpretation of what we as americans or humans think of when we hear the word mental health. What are we really trying to talk about. And was your interpretation of such thing. You have to categorize what mental health is different category. Okay so people don't know how to interpret that are born with certain is bridge medically are innocent category. This is what you expect in disability. That's not mental health. That's different. We live saying this mental health disability check niccolo regions yet to really understand that some may be able to access the different part of the mind that right out the common right i. So they're in a different barack you as a person of course it's different now personality than minds this that you have to learn appreciate what's given. There's.

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

"The dance broke. Cash big dance. The tequila was herman was fucking as one. Big thumbs thumbs hit them. Fast walking He gave up for. What are the big disappointed. But we'll go ahead and move on Mr america how are you gonna make twenty twenty one year bitch. You know what it's all about the mindset really really the truth in life you have to live your own fucking world. Slunk everybody else's be Arrests things about you because you know what it's all about you. You know their their perspective and with their point of view is but that's not the reality of life you gotta do your own thing. They begin twenty one twenty twenty one the coupon one four and fucking. Remember to kengo back tomorrow. Kinkel back to ten minutes now you. This is what it is immoral. Fuck yet now. I feel like you just quoted frozen lang-hay when in del act like frozen. Just listen to that though. Dude people like yo. I fought telugu. That's the past gonna. So you gotta fuck in who kisa fuck physically different. 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This motherfucker knows his his boxing. This guy had me like a little fucking child and chit looking at a major league ballgame with him just talking about his love for the fucking sport. Looking gloves podcast. Follow him on instagram. The motherfuckers put out shows weekly and he knows his shit. For example of this is well known anything about boxing. Who's who's a pound for pound fighter in the world. Right now go i. Don't you know. I fits from smoking. Podcasts he knows yeah you know. What is he saying that. They're as big a ask him. who's the pump. The pump the best way class right. Now i'm sexy fit so terence crawford who's like four. Oh shit what do you think. Does he agree with terence criteria. But what do you think about chance. Koffler is always adapted to all different weight classes apple who puts it down mr francis relates. She's fucking he's calculating right now. He's calculating how about the fact that we now got celebrities fighting each other retired. Nba players fighting each other. Youtubers flat each other. That's the shit. They're bringing back the sport in a different way Mr ferrets i love to have you on the show and talk about your input on what you Think about this latest change in the volition. Oh city yes. We'll get upset cinnabar. Hell no hell. Hey i'm saying i'm just saying entertainment i look. Wwe it's the same concept. Fucker says that every fight is this coming from the this is every fight is everything will fight. we want. that was fixed. that's why it happened. Breeze w w w w who. I'm thinking about attitude era. Pb w over here author favorite boxer. Reiko for me is jo cals ali mohammed ali. Close second me go lloyd. Him money motherfucking may pretty boy. No you can relate hell bastard. Tyson tyson only shoes because he wants just just the tattoo and your face and talk travel. Fuck this shit. And i like i like What's was golden boy was his name. I'm so fucked up. can walk in. There was one of them too. 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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Leases. Loosen mister loveless loveless died around one thousand nine hundred sixteen at the age of forty six. Okay in nineteen sixteen. He was forty six. The organization said he appears to have been killed and dismembered whole holy shit fucking tickets lead man before his death. Loveness has been arrested. At least twice before bootlegging and escaped custody by swaying through the jail bars or so actually sawing. Some old school selling through jabbar's maybe someone like saw in his cake like the old too up was invented. The saw in the king around the time that core county sheriff brittany said loveness killed his wife with an axe and was incarcerated in what was then fremont county scape again. This time using saw. He hid in his shoe. The fucking planned did he never was seen again back in nineteen sixteen. It was the wild west of here in most likely the locals took care of the problem may said so. Basically they're thinking that They just killed them on the fucking andrus meme and let them in a cave. What are your thoughts on this bigger. That's crazy many years after other he would find those bodies. But you know those people who made those people deceased crazy back to you. But you know the dna doe project tattoo overcome numerous hurdles before making a positive identification loveness used multiple. Aliases had no close living relatives in the national database and was an off the grid outlaw. Who lacked official record. The volunteers sifting through more than thirty one thousand trying to find a connection to the man's dna. The process of identifying loveless bones has been forty years in the motherfucking making a for science said man. Would you do without. Scientists doesn't do justice. What would you do without science science. You can't verify the there's no backup. Scientists provable backing up. Were you already know or thinking. You feel something signs backs. But what do you think about this. disci- really solve everything. It's an absolute part of the program about the moon. Well thankfully what apart the move thankfully they track down a relative. The relative was seven years. Old relative had never been to the moon. Big ed tells about the moon go ahead. You know what people have always told me are walking down the street. Some residue civilian life and the pew. Gd the moon on my auto. No you do you think that we landed on the moon. I'm more. I don't know i can't answer like why is it at that many years back the technology. We haven't advanced enough to go. Go back there. You can't run a vacuum cleaner on twelve and right on. I think you're some shit apollo thirteen. There's some shit up there we don't wanna go back is if you go yeah. There's a transformer in the dark side of the moon mark average soda. This articles on the whale barnacles on the move ooh on the fucking sub look down on earth is particles on the moon. But it's the truth a lot of bodily.

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

"To mind data. We're going to move on that check-check we're gonna move on special special story for all you. Patterson do you want to hear you guys want to hear my story. Go to great story that dates back long time ago. Iran which it's more of an old more of an old camping story we do when you're making s'mores and you taste smallest you're kidding me. Small fucks more czar. That's kind of story. this is all right. This story stories about a patna who escaped jail and was killed more than a hundred years ago. Who is it. He was killed while he was on the run. His remains were just identified recently a hundred years ago and we barely found packet dope. Don't do you want to hear more talk. I wanted to know more okay. So there was these bones that there were discovered in idaho in a cave in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and then again in ninety one. There were recently identified as the remains a partner named joseph henry loveless live loveless named lovers club by the last one. The last remaining loveless start here so the identification confirmed by the clark. County sheriff's clarke county. Where is having a rare zona. Cause us biggest fucker up to the of slaughter j. ron out there. Rain would have to gallison fucking. Let's go My dad got out of vegas mister so long story. Short sort and the identify the confirmed by clark county. Sheriff's office on tuesday was initially made by nonprofit volunteer organization. Dna doe project which said in a facebook post that the remains were preserved in the buffalo cave for as long as sixty three years so they were actually preserved to the point where they could do dna or slash Modifications oh shit. I'm in love.

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Faa talk. Everybody knows back in in in the mainland broken. He's ready to see turbo to welcome back mr well-known. You've gotta talk to us about your process in the would appoint podcast. How do you prepare for such a show with these crazy ass defectors. I don't smoke weed. But i'll fucking high are fucking this is this is. This is like a hot box would cripple running game. this shit is dope as fuck. I'm ready. I got this bang. Bang bang vape going on. I'm up for the record. We're not smoking marijuana doing any drugs. We're having a good time. The the hot box open here gets gets going and the bang bang just gets me lit a joint though ready for tonight. I'm ready to have a good time. And you know i don't know for some reason. I feel more special with this birthday than the previous year. I don't know why more intimate and that's his way of saying he loves you. Guys guys guys gal skies yes so far. Lesser is pretty big deal. 'cause know you know the partners circle obviously when we have guests they become part of the experience the love that we give to everybody right but we have a any partner that fucking show day one they could come in and all dead man. This is a really big deal all right. Welcome to the no. Joe nick lok. The fact checker is also in the motherfucking building. Luke random bullshit dami. Yes we will yes. We will rights man. That's right well as you've got to be prepared for any situations big deal grading for this. What it means they'll be on the would upon the podcast crew core the core. The core of the show right here the based base this homebase go say i'm straight up right now that the fact that we're fortunate to have these experiences because i feel like each show we make. It really isn't event so we've had over sixty seven is energy events right here at one people wait a year or two to attend to an event right. We created sixty seven events within a two year period. And that's that's what's been recorded right right and if you vote an official guarantees you'll never run out of toilet paper and you're always going to be able to blow your fucking. It's it's the facts. Medicine is out there. You know you guys got understand that the moment you're living and you really appreciate every minute found. You have to really enjoy that because you can't get it back once it starts and your eyes are projecting what you're sitting in front of you. You can't go. There's no rewind your memory obviously but at that moment you never have it again. That's we bring every fucking show. So what part of podcast want to make. Sure you check out from all the bullshit coming across janey fucking world realize. Hey you're not alone together. You're not alone would umass meet. What the debates..

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"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"loveless" Discussed on What Up Patna

"We brought back. The cya is back in the building. He's a man of many little words but lots of posey cya to hispanic gig right yet. I love tacos then. Have you read a possibility. Doesn't mike salonpas through our nation's riders a chef shit. Welcome back the patna science episode twenty four. It's benefit and wild man. Welcome back great. Basin just monumental is accomplished a lot. I'm back with yeah. Man is One of those first responder type. Actually the second responder that i made up last year when quarantine. I started to the second responders out there. All the partners first responders the seconds. I as a cool to. You'll give me run. The second is tight they make sure shoot is running -gistically across the mother country bigger email is speaking of the also sign by the other day. I was a you know. I live by a local. Kp if you know the mean it's into mentor and I was thinking about when people going out of the hospital work. They won't they supply. I was like what is he talking about. It ends with meant that kaiser permanent. How's that what.

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"loveless" Discussed on Streams of Income

Streams of Income

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"loveless" Discussed on Streams of Income

"There chris. Paul chris chris thank you so much man. I i appreciate you doing this. That i This is polly. Been one of the longest episodes we've ever done. But it's important because i don't want people to be in that position where you know. Sales are coming in. But they're actually not making any money. Are you know what my heart is You and i both get to work from home. And i want more dads to be home. And if they are crank and hard working hard and they are in sales but they're not profitable. They're not going to be able to quit. Their jobs ultimately be able to be home with their family. So that's why this and i'm honored to partner with you to help people get to that so i'm truly honored just to to know your ryan you have. You have a wonderful heart. And i truly believe in you and what you're trying to do with everybody and My heart just to help people you know. And even if i don't even i'm not going to be your bookkeeper we can. We can get together. We can talk about your business if you want an audit of your books We could we. Can we can do that at to help you. Give some suggestions. Your bookkeeper So i just really like helping people learn. Learn their businesses and It's awesome to get the great comments that were getting back about how much we've helped. How much stress we've taken out of people's lives and you know we're overall. We're just a community of sellers and We should all be able to help support each other in down the road. If everybody's doing great it's going to create endless possibilities to team up and do some really great things. Yeah so i just really love the group so yeah well thanks for being. A part of a man are all right well. I'm sure we'll have you back on because there's so much more we could dive into you. Especially the whole profit. I model and all of that so we have. We have a holy at least eight hours from the course we do. Just grab before we could go. Honestly that spreadsheet is worth the investment in the course. That's hoppy figure out how much inventory you need to have to reach your goals so go grab that. That's not the only spreadsheet we also. There's lots of spreadsheets. I did put a lot of content There's a sample check. I mean sample registry. You could use sample monthly reports. There's all sorts of stuff in there that you can use yet. So thank you sir appreciate.

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"loveless" Discussed on Streams of Income

Streams of Income

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"loveless" Discussed on Streams of Income

"Go on there. And i like to do my concerts at in the evening hours or on the weekends because during the day i'm i'm cranking people's books and doing a lot of meetings clients and talking to him about questions but we have a dedicated staff of bookkeepers. I we're we're growing. We're also forming relationships with more than one. Cpa so that If you need a cpa work we can give you some good referrals. That no What are books looked like so it will actually save you money with a cpa because You know for a cpa. They have to understand Like how your books are set up. And they have to review them for reasonableness in and get a good solid understanding of high instances but with working with somebody like here's our standard chartered accounts and everybody follows a standard. And the only difference would be if you sell and six marketplace's you'd have a few more account setup but it's all the same methodology now we're going to be asking for receipts we're going to be reconciled to your actual bank statements We're going to give that to you. Timeliest possible One of the most frustrating things is having to wait thirty days for your numbers. And you don't want to do that. our goal after an on boarding period is to where we touch your account every single week. And you can go into your quickbooks plan that we provide and you can pull your numbers and we'll teach you how to pull. Your numbers will teach you how to manage your receipts. We'll teach you how to get your statements up there and It's working are great for a lot of people. One of the says that it was such a relief for her to be able to focus on growing business. And i'm gonna leave because this chris most people's skill set. There's a lot of people out there like you can probably do this on their own. But there's way more that can't and shouldn't and you your job an amazon sellers to find more inventory..

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"loveless" Discussed on Streams of Income

Streams of Income

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"loveless" Discussed on Streams of Income

"And so they have different strategies for buying certain products they have different sources for buying products But generally if you can hold out for any given amount of time prices generally rise backup yes for a lot of different products so buying cash for things allows you to do that because you're not accruing interest. You're not having a credit card payment. Which is a whole other podcast episode. We can have. Which is if you were starting with five hundred dollars for example you. You don't want to buy something that's gonna take sixty days to sell. You want that money to turn over as fast as possible. She can pump that back in your business by more inventory. Okay so so. I am anything else about the the that line of separation. The separate account separate credit card. If you're using a credit card or separate pay pal account what else do any would usa giant that that's it for now and then once you start making a decent amount of money and you decide that. Hey this is right for me Then go ahead. And in create your llc. It's one of the easiest things to do has less reporting requirements than corporation does Overall by and large. That's what i'm seeing in. The market is most people have. Llc's so once you have the money to do then and it's generally if you do it yourself. As generally every state has a filing filing fee and every state is different A fact you don't even have to live in a particular state to do business formation there so okay we're located in texas and You know maybe we find out that the business laws or more favorable or if we file Business formed over in maryland. So then we would go over and actually file for business license from maryland and we'd be american company and all all of our corporate oliver employees and staff is sitting over here in texas so Coming maryland new york montana wyoming there are benefits So When we just somebody looking at an llc Because most people start with the sole proprietor..

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Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

"As each state has now taken at least a step toward easing restrictions meant to contain the corona virus. We're getting a clearer. Picture of communities have been most affected. It's lower income communities and communities of color particularly in New York City where twenty seven percent of people in those neighborhoods tested positive for coronavirus. Antibodies compared to nineteen percent of the general citywide population. The spread is continuing in those communities. And that's where the new cases are coming. Andrew Cuomo said today. The gap is even wider in certain parts of the Bronx and Brooklyn where more than forty percent of. The people have the antibodies. That's where the cases coming from. That's where the new hospitalizations coming from. That's going into the hospital system. That's where you're going to see the highest number of deaths. He said the state would begin. A public health education campaign in housing projects and distribute masks and hand sanitizer getting the P. p. e. into the community getting the hand sanitizer into the community explaining social distancing. And why that's so important and explain how this virus spreads its public health education effort to those who live in public housing. This is overdue. The density makes social distancing difficult and leaves tenants vulnerable this week. Abc News is offering special coverage of the disproportionate impact of Corona virus on Black Hispanic and indigenous Americans in a series called a nation divided. Ju- Brown joins US FROM JOURNEY FOR JUSTICE ALLIANCE IN CHICAGO. Why is this virus hitting communities of color so hard you know Cova crisis just unveils? Horrible practice that we've experienced really for decades in this country which has been the sabotage of our basic quality of life institutions food production delivery systems health care education housing economic development So those things that many Americans take for granted. We often have to fight and scratch for so. This crisis really exposes our country's lack of willingness to address these issues. How does that play where you are in Chicago? Going to pandemic really a hit. We started seek death with around the country is Chicago today. Early thirty percent of the population we would seventy percent of the deaths and while this is happening Many of our hospitals were on the brink of closing such as Mercy Hospital. We've already lost. Michael Reese Hospital in virtually every other hospital in the black community has been starved to the point of really minimum capacity but at me when the pandemic hit many of our people who have pre existing conditions. We go to the hospital with sent back home right. I HAVE FAMILY FAMILY MEMBER. Who would sit back home from the Emergency Room? Three times and died. What's causing these gaps and disparities? Will you know This African proverb that says the truth. The simple complicated is a lot and I think at some point. We have to realize that America has never dealt with her ugly which is a baseless hatred for Black Brown indigenous families. It's to tional. Racism is the reason institutional. Racism is at play so people going to say that black people get Kobe because we are not listening right while ignoring a white families that are storming the state capital in Michigan or doing protest all over the country. And they're not social distancing we are getting covert because we don't have health we are getting covert because we're going to the high school in sending us home and so I think at the federal level and at the local level what we must have from people is the first thing humility understanding that you not better than at mother who's a high school graduate who works at Walmart that that mother is working just as hard as you to make the future for her baby. Do you think the clamor for reopening would be different if it weren't communities of color that are now the source of the most new cove infections. I definitely believe that's that's a major part of it at once. People realize that is Black Brown indigenous folks. That are getting sick. They're getting sick. The most sensitive importance has gone down a great deal. We had a very critical moment. Where we see America's response to life or death leads has not changed so institutionalized level loveless nece is alive and well and we but we have a moment an opportunity to change it t- to Brown of journey for Justice Alliance in

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New York in the Era of Edmund Andros

The Political History of the United States

09:30 min | 2 years ago

New York in the Era of Edmund Andros

"This week we are going to spend our time looking at those early years. After address became the governor of the colony. We are going to look at some of the problems within the colony as well as the long-term stresses that New York is going to face. So let's get right to it with the Dutch. Having formerly headed over the he's the colony to Andrews. The first order of business was going to be assessing the condition of the colony prior to Francis loveless. Being run out of town. We had seen the Dutch New York largely apathetic to their new English overlords. Well likely not ideal. They offered no resistance to the English takeover. As we discussed this was likely due to a couple of reasons including the fact that the Netherlands had never really had that much interest in the colony and it largely bidding Nord and second the Dutch inside. The colony seemed less than anxious to fight. What would ultimately be losing war against the English despite the Dutch in New York? Not really resisting English rule. That doesn't mean the transition was always easy. Andrews came into a colony that the Duke of York desperately needed to make profitable and a population that was largely apathetic to English. Rule is well. Well not the first colonial governor Edmund Andrews was sent to New York with a clear mission of turning the struggling colony around and make it profitable. Well also dealing with an underlying stress from the grumbling of the colonists. The biggest problem for Andros was that he faced a colony that had become rundown and was an economic mess. What unders arrived in New York? The first goal was going to be secure in the colony. The main for supporting the call any sat on the tip of Manhattan and head largely deteriorated. It was obviously not loss on Andrews. How important it was to get the four back in working order there had already been three wars with the Dutch and during last when they capture New York. It was not out of the question that they might want. You try something again in the future Andrews Walkways worked on getting the structures in the largest city formerly new Amsterdam and now New York into shape Andrews for certain industries to relocate such as tanners in slaughterhouses. Well at the same time reestablishing weekly markets. These improvements were a first step and trying to make New York a better place to settle the condition he found the condom was one of dilapidation of filth. These preliminary steps made it more appealing and healthier which were intended to bring new settlers and increase the overall trade from the colony. Andrew's face several problems when it came to increasing trade from New York. As we've seen throughout this podcasts colonies are always an expensive endeavor and are often slow to produce any kind of return on that high investment following the Dutch recapture of New York during the third Anglo Dutch war revenue from the colony would have dropped to zero for the Duke of York. He was likely anxious to return the colony to something at least resembling the green when Anders arrived in sixteen seventy four. The main source of revenue came in the shape of customs duties. The population of the colony itself remained small. Probably right around ten thousand total when Andrus arrived therefore there was going to be little in the way of tax revenue coming directly from the colonists of course Andrew to extract revenue from these familiar sources. You had your standard litany of land taxes and taxes on livestock these revenues however were most often used for local administration of the colony and knows and his magistrates could also issue special taxes drain emergency situations which basically means that in the time of warfare. Address could get the money he needed. The big moneymaker however back home is going to be those custom duties. New York was already by this point. Seen as a major harbour into North America and it was these customs duties that were thought to be the real gold mine of a colony however well they had big plans for the Port as of sixteen seventy four. It was still not generated enough income to make New York resemble anything even remotely profitable. The Duke of York had established his trade rates at two percents on all incoming goods from England and then ten percent on all warring goods New York had under the Dutch been colony that was entrenched in the growing for trade however the English had reasons to want to move away from the for trade and diversify the economy among these reasons included the French were increasingly dominant in the trade ever line on a foreign power supply. The product was a risky venture in the best of times indeed Andrews set out on a mission to establish several crops included wheat beef pork tobacco lumber as well as pitch and Tar Andrews did want New York to develop a single cash cop system like we see down in Virginia with tobacco. Well profitable the fact that tobacco was the only major export for Virginia is going to help. Keep the colony in a constantly precarious situation. It means that if something were to ever happen to the price of tobacco in any way it can come with devastating results to the economy this alone provided Andrews with the reasoning for wanting to diversify the economy of New York the problem for Andrew's however is that despite his best attempts to increase trade and further diversify the economy of New York. He was largely being sabotaged internally. Well not something set out to spite him. Specifically trade policies of England had become increasingly troublesome in the colonies. The chief issue for New York came in the way of the navigation acts. We are going to be spending a lot of time talking about the navigation acts here in the near future next episode when we begin looking at big his rebellion. We are going to spend time looking with the navigation. Laws were as they are going to directly contribute to what made Virginia so ripe for rebellion. Hell over the navigation acts would prove to be a hindrance to trade him more than just Virginia. The navigation acts were a series of laws passed by England that sought to better control monetize the trade between the colonists literally everybody else when I say everybody else. This includes trade between the colonies so for example. New England and Virginia would have had trade directly between them clipped as England sought to increase internal revenues. It should not come. As a surprise to Eddie bitty that basically everybody in the colonies despise these regulations and blame them for hurting trade specifically in New York. The chief complaint was that the trade of certain items were required to flow through England. This means that trade between New York and foreign powers with these items was completely prohibited. Is that the congress would have to send the goods back to England and from there England would handle the international trade for the largely. Connie this really bristled them just to ensure that this was being properly enforced. Only English ships could also now lead in English colonial ports likewise not helping anything had been the Anglo Dutch wars previously. The Dutch had been the premier trading partner with the English however following years of warfare. This relationship had to grade it at least initially an England. There had been some level of flexibility here but Privy Council allowed three ships per year to travel into New York however following sixteen seventy five Charles. The second decided to take a more aggressive approach towards colonial trade and quickly enforce the navigation acts and made them far less flexible for Edmund Andrews. This means that shortly after his arrival that limited amount of trade with the Dutch is just shut down which the already tenuous colonial economy into an increasingly worse place. Andrew had for his part requested from the Duke of York. That New York be allowed to ignore these acts. However the Duke refused ultimately his brother was the king and James was not about to challenge royal prerogatives especially on a matter such as colonial trade Andrews. Well clearly a Stewart Man and absolutely a law and order guy would still occasionally turn a blind eye to the Dutch ships which slipped into the Harbor Andrews choosing to ignore a certain parts of the navigation acts did go a long way towards improving the local economy now. It is important to realize that anders did not do this across the board however with wealthy traders turning a blind eye towards the legal shipments. It did a lot to both stabilize. The economy and increase revenue into the colony by keeping this practice limited to a small number of Dutch merchants Andras limited the potential consequences of being discovered furthermore for those who were not his preferred list. They still enjoyed the full sets of restrictions as everybody else Andros. Despite the early success in improving the economy would ultimately begin getting pushback from England in sixteen seventy seven the king crackdown on inter colonial. Trade well it had been on the books for years. Address was now faced with the reality. That trade between New York and the other colonies was going to be prohibited. Despite protests by address the government back in London shut his complaints down following sixteen seventy seven therefore exports from New York quickly dried up as enforcement increased with navigation acts slowing everything down. Andrews turned his attention to increasing the population of the colony.

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Faith and Parenting in 2020: Intimacy and Marriage

Legacy-Dads Podcast

10:03 min | 2 years ago

Faith and Parenting in 2020: Intimacy and Marriage

"Wants US train up our children in his way of life you know impress on them. Your children talk to them as you sit at home when you walk along the road when you lie down when you get up we read this in Deuteronomy read this throughout Biblical truth one. One of the most important areas to talk to our kids about lance is sex. Sex is a way of expressing love between husband and wife. This is made plain in Paul's pissing Fijian's as we read and five husbands love. Your Wives Justice Christ also loved the Church and gave himself for her that he should that she should should be holy and without blemish so husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. For this reason it man shall leave his father and mother and joined to his wife and the two shall become one flesh and in the Timothy. We read young leader of the Church. As Paul's talking to Timothy he says to Timothy Flea we also youthful lust instead pursue righteousness. Faith love peace with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart we find and that in the second Timothy and escaping thing that we read about you know we've been talking about born in the last couple of podcast half of the. US adults lands fifty percent agree. Strongly that quote choosing not only the have sex outside of marriage is healthy unquote but generational differences are significant. Embargoes out in say a six. Ten elders older generation fifty nine percent of them agree strongly with his statement. Compared to fifty three percent of baby boomers forty nine nine percent of Gen xers and forty. Three percent millennials that it doesn't necessarily have to be between you know a husband and the wife. And so. Who is we get into this you know lance hot? What say you on? Why is it? So important to differentiate with our kids the idea of sex intimacy in a godly basis versus. What cultures telling us you know? I think it's this one of those topics where we don't would. We don't always want to talk about it but honestly our children are going to learn They'RE GONNA learn from us. What sex what marriage? What intimacy looks like and and I think honestly our marriage starts as one of the biggest examples of that not not to toot my own horn or anything but you know my my wife life and I constantly get comments about us? You know from friends and things like that that we have this sense of love and intimacy that you don't see in a lot of marriages is and even our kids realize that That there is this sense of of love and intimacy between Me and my wife I'm I'm glad that we were able to model that To our children and I think as as parents really important part because Believe me if we don't come in and we don't teach model to our kids The the biblical purpose enroll of sex the cultures gonNA come in and tell them it's something else Known Donte you're talking about right now and we saw some of the statistics from last week's podcast and some of the stuff barnes doing but many in our culture right now they see sex. It's a fundamental human rights. And it's just a bodily function society's kind of devalued what it's what what is meant to be shared between one man and one woman and God's Holy Marriage Covenant Covenant and our our culture kind of teaches now that that sex is not a big deal as long as it's two consenting adults involved. We saw the research on that last week. Where people agreed to that that is as long as two consenting adults WANNA have sex whether they're married not married in a marriage not married whatever? Go ahead and do it And the The other Stark factor Dante in. We were talking about this. In Barnard's researchers actually comes from the book. Good faith and this really stood out to me that The the way that we've devalued sex is a culture and the easy access everyone has to pornography right now. It cheapens sex and takes away from the deep intimacy. God intended to to be shared between a husband and wife and what they talked about in the book and in some of the Barna Research. Is that the issue that this has and I know you know. I've seen a lot of younger. People can probably relate to this. They just don't realize cicadas but this casual approach to sex's creating negative relationship hurting side effects And instead of Intimacy and emotional depth depth. Sex Any way you want. It is leading leading to more anxiety more depression more loneliness and more insecurity and for some we see the sexes. No longer even worth the trouble. You've got people now who I can. Just I don't have to go after sex. I can stay home and use pornography or you know. There's this thing in its. I hate to get into this Dante. What is GonNa if you haven't heard of this coming up? There's a sink called hookups. Where young people say? I don't want I want my sexual needs met. I want I want. I want to be sexually gratified but I don't necessarily want the emotional baggage the The amount of time and effort to put into a a healthy relationship. So I'd rather just jump into bed with somebody for a one night. Stand get my sexual needs met and then I can move on with my life And this this you know when you couple couple this with the prevalence in the access to pornography on demand this is really. It's it's having a cost on relationships it's having a cost on intimacy and ultimately want someday in when we get married it's GonNa have a cost As as what we bring into the marriage One one of the start. You know things. I think that They pointed out in the barn. Research was an I don't I I can't verify this so you can call me on this but playboy magazine in the you know Hugh Hefner the guy that kind of started the whole pornography or naked women in magazines business stopped. They actually don't Publish that in their magazine anymore. Because they said There's such a high prevalence. Everybody has access to porn that they've stopped even publishing publishing that type of stuff. And all this you know not going on rabbit hole here. But all of this is because these cultural The cultural beliefs the way our culture is going. It's ultimately it has consequences in these consequences is being seen within the intimacy in once. Finally people are getting married. They're getting into what we would call a A godly marriage. They're bringing some of this baggage and some of this emotional damage from years of Of of not not being biblical might be moral into marriage and it's causing issues in the marriage. And that was one of the scariest things to me Dante. As we talk about giving into self I give into my sexual gratifications gratifications I given to. What's desirable pleasurable right now? There's going to be long term consequences for that. Does that make sense you. Yeah my wife and I do marriage mentoring at our church. We do marriage mentoring in relationships that we pour into and I you know honestly I can tell you. Personal experience is buying into into the lie of sex before marriage doing it my way versus God's way there there is a lot of psychological and also physical damage image. That are a result of that enemy from you know people that just did not want to wait for marriage to God help us. You know of of kids getting abused or or an incident that somebody had the rights taken away or they were molested or they were attacked. You know in college or something like that and these are things that you know we sit there and we cheapen cheapen wait and we wonder like you even suggest pornography like I don't even need to go into the statistics I mean you can go out there and you can look at the most you know. a cultural statistics and or or Biblical statistics. But you know whether you're looking at mainstream or whether you're looking at you know religious background the all of the studies affirm absolutely that you know pornography is a into intimacy destroyer and and so there's a I think even a mainstream movie that Scarlett Johansson is in an effort the gentleman but just the the facts of how bad pornography destroys intimacy and. That's you know we're sitting there saying we'll okay but where do you. Where do you stop in like for you? The Listener. Listen if you're sitting there saying well you know I'm in a loveless or a lack of physical relationship right now with marriage so pornography is my justification. You can't justify that as a Christian and the let alone if you're sitting there telling me that I don't have intimacy anymore my relationship but then you're sitting there telling Lanson that you're justifying pornography pornography. The reason you don't have intimacy in your relationship is because that graffiti has stolen intimacy from your relationship and to have these AH honest questions okay. So what we permit we promote what we promote we permit and trying to have the influence of the spirit of those around us now all of a sudden therefore sitting there saying that's okay to our kids got help us that we're doing that to our daughters. Were doing that to our sons. You know I can tell you one friend whose mom was. It was very liberal about these is still having relationship issues. And he's in his fifties right now of trust of intimacy and all that and it's just because of these things that we don't look about long term consequences to living our way versus God's way and so you know like you said Lance I got way off into a rabbit hole but pulling it back you know. There's a way that God wants to live to pursue intimacy to pursue sexual relations and that's in a covenant marriage between one man one woman and that's not only biblical but that is so true and so many ways

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An Interview with Jason Watkins of 'The Crown'

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:38 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with Jason Watkins of 'The Crown'

"My next. Guest is a legendary and award winning actor of the big and the small screen. You can currently find him in his fantastic portrayal of Wilson in the crown. Please welcome Jason Walk Ins Jason. So happy to be talking to you today loveless tote you thank you for inviting me on the show. Yeah I mean I'm so blessed to have you on you know I I have to say to you before we get into the real meat and potatoes of your career and life here. I'm starting to believe that. Only great people are born in October. I think this is is true and it does take. It takes a long time for people other months to really understand this. Of course we all know over here in fact we say every day here in the UK said that people born up there by Just blasted more special than in other months. But you know I I don't WanNa put anybody else stateside but it is a truism that we're all gonna come to terms I I. I am an October sixteenth. I know you're in October. So it's twenty yes so it is. Yeah and I also have to say that you know and this is you know I really feel. I feel like my guests that come on from England and Canada. There's an unmatched kindness. Not that that's not to say that my American guests or other guests or not. But I feel like there's a kindness there that it's really unmatched. Yeah I yeah I mean you'd have to ask Yeah I mean yes I think so. I mean nine MCI I mean my wife did say one of the reasons was that I was coined. I'd like to think that it was just meeting of the rest of ovulation of the UK. ORLANDI candidate Yeah I don't know where we tend to be. I don't know I think some think Americans ought to say what they think. And maybe we're a bit more guarded. We think denial but I think Americans are much more direct and I think Brits perhaps a bit more go round the houses a bit and we have have a different way into things but I think I will I I can be myself. I suppose I do. I do try and be kind of kind of this guy's a fairly long way. So yeah that's well said well said you know how how much of your before getting through some of the things I want to get into your. How much of your time during the course of your career have you spent in the states filming or or is it been mostly in England or UK in that area what spicy it must be in the UK in Spain Italy And in France briefly worked in the states downey honey. I've never done any filming face I've done plays in the states. Throw Shakespeare Company Many ago now but I've not taking taking that plunge and you know it would be nice to think that maybe something Kim crop up over there in the next couple of years. Maybe off the back of the crown but I I have a life here and I've lost two children and it's difficult to feel that I can jump on a plane but I am what I really would like to the states. And maybe you know maybe it now is the time but No offensive work. There says made that can happen at some point. It's not like you're when you have. You have unbelievable filmography. You know you have the doctor. Who Franchise James Bond Franchise so? It's not like you're not well known in the states. Just just a matter of time I would say Jayson and especially the right tragic income. Nothing's couple of pilots to come by and the couple might be worked out no works. How cold although wasn't sure about so you know I'm available America? Let's see what we love. You think so much incredible material. I mean we're producing some really good stuff after say in the UK. Just great stuff coming out of the states you know you eat succession for example is great. Show unbelievable those two. They're just fantastic stuff and so we know something like that would be a real adventure. There's no question there's no question and the good thing with forums and platforms like net flicks and Amazon prime. Is We get to see some of that work. That's created in England. Yeah I mean I know you've called ox is well. I think that that's redux available. Yes yeah and that's that's I just think it's just I think it was the launch before it most here but he had some new platforms. I think the IT's incredible. Isn't it how how hungry people often new content and And an author thing was really good. Is there such different worlds. That people being able to view things in different wells different times very unusual stories and I think I think perhaps micheals studios in classrooms realizing the The great the public do want to delve in D.. Talent different different wells and different the way different. People live and socialize. The way they work I and I think that's That's amazing really that the breadth of materialize is expanding as well as the content which I think is crucial capable guy. No Oh that's really well said it and not only that the opportunity for actors is now increased as well so we get to see a lot more accurate. We see more shows more creativity so yeah for for a whole bunch onto reasons. I'm so happy where we live in times that we do. Jason yes Golden Age Television. I think I mean net flicks particular work Investing investing love Monday in the UK. In shepperton studios. I think that you know they've they've purchased some of the sound stages armed Building new swell. So you you know this this It's a good time to act and to work in the industry. Yeah absolutely and you don't feel like you're not the first guest. I've had gone to the Royal Academy the Dramatic Art. I feel and I can't put my finger on who else but I know I've said this name that before. How big a part has that kind kind of making you into this refined actor? Obviously you're always learning but how much of a part to play in your life as an actor I mean without it. Could you be where you are today or was that kind of credit. A lot of into that. I think when you're young I mean I went there on US twenty and I think I was quite to from the suburbs fairly unanimous tickly. Didn't much I'm the I'm GonNa History in the story. So as bits of fresh-faced I and Competitive Country Bumpkin almost nothing. It just introduced lots of different things and different forms Taser and technical staff and also encouraged what I can do. Naturally I think what I did. Well L. Naturally I think he can Hans expanded and inspired me. Perhaps and so I think those things kind of stay with you. I mean I think that was a great. I mean I thank some of the teachers you know there were at a fantastic catch Washington mazing accent dialect teacher and I've been I still thank keep in touch with their. We'll see her into her and remember the kind of Tito whether she she's not age. When you're that young those things sort of stay with you I I mean actually I mean even before I went to Rawda defend his school and and I? I'm kind of a homeless person. The street and I was kind of improvising. Him and describes. It's my friend and he said why don't you just sort of improvised I'll draw you so. I ended up being before when Toronto doing these characters than while I was rod stiff fill characters take Haq's back to implying. he drool me so there was this kind of The memory of doing that was a weird. We stayed with me. I really enjoy character acting building different characters off the people on the street meet and they will kind of go in and also still. I'm still doing that all. These is later nothing rotter it. Kinda rationalized that gave us structure in a place that you can carry forward into your work

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"loveless" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"loveless" Discussed on WJR 760

"Joseph Henry loveless who killed his wife with an axe and was last seen after escaping from jail in nineteen sixteen a mass of analysis using advanced DNA technology help solve a cold case but investigators have yet to identify and kill the killer sat we call him **** Wonka the chocolate lab his belly is actually in the grand due to cross he kind of by really cleaned so late on in fact Blake we will be he took a report of our office three sixty five email on the threat sitting in users in boxes wow how did you get this there is a free tool called barracuda enough threat scanner they can quickly and safely scanner office three sixty five email for hidden threats like spear fishing in the main fraud really yeah could email thread Skinner identifies hidden threats employees most at risk for a cyber attack all summarized in the complete report this is great get your free email threats can now ADD barracuda dot com barracuda your journey secure it ours happens party increase in sunshine as we go into twenty twenty and gradually get sunny highs in the upper thirties which is above average even their forty four degrees on Thursday the second day of twenty twenty some rain in near fifty on Friday and temperature still above average for the first weekend of two thousand twenty forty is on Saturday thirty on Sunday on the road he said Humphrey happy new year this is a horrible founder of the kindness revolution this is the season of lighting furnaces starting fires turning up the thermostat my holiday warm can come in the form of a kind word a small gift a smile seasonal warmth is a real problem too many people in the world here in the United States millions of people will go to bed without this winter some of these families and individuals are closer to you than you might think neighbors friends relatives and in some instances death will occur as a result so be little observer be aware of families and homes and appear to be without electricity contact your local utility and ask about support programs that are consider donating some blankets are close to your local homeless shelter will make someone warmer for the winter and might just warm your heart a little as well to learn more check us out at the kindness revolution dot net red eye radio Gerry McNamara and regularly talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether your abilities for just starting your day welcome to the show from ball pilot flying J. studios this year's redeye radio all across America and the world eight six six ninety right I he is Carlene I'm Gerry McNamara red eye radio show dot com we stream live or get our apps listen live or at your convenience because we broadcast it was right on your phone it's so easy impeachment.

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"loveless" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"loveless" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Terry loveless welcome to the program but been looking forward to this for a long time she you being here thanks very much privilege to be here I I I really enjoyed your book it was gripping read it in in one sitting and it's pretty spooky stuff I and it starts with something that coast to coast listeners were certainly familiar with the the I. devil's den when I saw that in the title I thought that rings a bell with me and of course said David Politis would have talked about that he's got it in his books he talks about some of the places with double in the name and that bad things happen there that's sort of where you begin but some of the history of that's that spot and bad things that have happened there okay place I mean I don't wanna turn anybody off on camping but I mean I'll never go again but yes a spooky place they were polite is talks about it I think in this fourth book the devil's in the details right so there had been people that just go missing and then one of the missing people had been found that there's it's really hard to explain how she could have survived out there and how she got to got to where she was and I big foot sightings and all kinds of weird stuff all concentrated there and and that ends up sort of the centerpiece of your book but it's not really the full story you you are forced to confront the possibility the likelihood that you've had a lifetime of these experiences right I believe so absolutely so Chris walk us through it at what point did you were you forced to confront it is because of this strange thing that you found in your leg yeah that that that you know I have no intention of writing a book or speaking about this publicly until twenty twelve when I got out of bed and I couldn't bear weight on my right leg when I went to the hospital and the VA hospital where I get all my gear and they did a couple X. rays and you know they can or scratching their heads and they're like you know were you in a car accident or something you know what time I would you could be some wiring your leg but your questions from the tech and I finally ask for a second I see what you're looking at a and she said sure and she showed me the X. ray said you know I got a radiologist coming down to look at it the radiologist came down and he says well you know for something of this size to be in your legs that keep this going to have to be a scar on your leg would breach the integrity of your skin and went deep into the fashion as a doctor I don't have any scars on my leg this is all sure you do the staff to when you were little you don't remember and he looked at my legs for ten minutes and he could not find a scar and he was visibly upset and I asked him I said doctor how often is it that you find something under the skin like this and they're not be a corresponding scar and you should never have been a radiologist twenty three years I've never never seen this before so it's in there it's causing you pain you're having trouble your runner and this is really interfering with your ability to run are you going to have it taken out well yeah that's kind of a long story but I'll go get to the beat of it the pain that I was having wasn't close by the thing about my knee or the thing below my knee the pain that I was experience was was close by what's called a bigger sense which is right under the patella or the kneecap and there are always the nine usually risk their painful but the usually resolve on their own in a couple weeks so my pain and my inability to stand had nothing to do with the with the implants is just by happenstance we discovered a and my first thought was I want that out of my body you know and I want a chain of custody I wanted to go from the surgeon's hand to my hand and I went by so I talked to three different surgeons at the VA and all three told me the same thing they they look at the X. three there were some like yep Cormier did they were eager to take it out but they said before we do that with your your history I I had a heart attack in two thousand five in a triple bypass because of that they said the only way they can operate on me would be with a cardiac clearance letter cardiologists has to check me out and say that the benefit outweighs the risk of surgery and I could not get up I could not get a cardiologists to do that that wasn't that wasn't putting your life at risk I gas at it and it was a it was really mysterious and that they they speculate maybe a shrapnel or something from a childhood accident but how the heck did he get in there of the metal piece anyway because there's no scar where it should there should be a scar an entry point and they can't figure it out but because of this little mystery it starts your head to the wheels in your head are clicking and reminds you it's sort of kick starts a bunch of memories that I I don't think you used the word suppressed in the book but it seems like that's what you have done you had set aside these memories of things that had happened yeah absolutely yeah that was that was just an eye opener I was obsessed the thing I mean I I've got copies of the X. rays as soon as I could and I just I just ideally tied it back to the nineteen seventy seven of the because you know that that spot the thing about money that looks like a little electrical device of some kind when I would run right it's a two mile mark in my run every time without fail a spot right over that thing would go numb what about the size of a half dollar it was a perfect circle you could I could take a pen and delineate the edges and it was just weird ask my doctor about it back in nineteen eighty you know when I started running and she says well that's probably a systemic reaction of some kind I wouldn't worry about it yeah so we didn't well the X. ray and the placement of thing I immediately thought of that spot on my leg there's gonna be a connection between the two I'm let's let's talk about the nineteen seventy seven and submit that at the heart of the the book the incident at doubles dad and then we'll go backwards to things that happen to you at a much much younger age so you're in the military at the time when this happened right yes than nineteen seventy three to nineteen seventy nine and you got a body Toby your friend that's where you station Whiteman airforce base in western Missouri it's worth the B. two bomber Sir house now and you the two of you had had you had an encounter or there was an incident at at the at a nuclear facility right now based that you were well or server side witnesses to yeah that was nineteen seventy five and we saw things we you know and we weren't sure we really kind of were thinking it was maybe prototype helicopters something from the Soviets because as a kid I saw a flying saucer and I waited you know flying saucers are UFOs and this thing wasn't a flying saucer it looked like a little thing a rental shop kind of diamond shaped black right and just hovering over the launch facility a squadron of minute men to ICBMs and this was at a launch control facility where the missile was house okay because he was a blue dome over the top world yes he's done color but there's a total for the top that's the thing was hovering in the air over that stone I'm trying to remember if I ate you know I can tell from the book that you at some point in your life you've done a crash course on your photos for you like a lawyer you've attacked this like a like a legal case and gather a bunch of information does it to you know it explain different aspects of things that have happened to you but have you look at Robert Hays Hastings and whether or not his you oppose the nukes books are documentaries mention this incident they don't mention my incident in particular because I I didn't talk to Robert when he was doing his when he was writing his book on our nukes and UFOs at the his his book as I read this book after I wrote my book and we became friends and the incidents that he describes in his book we don't really ring true with me so you and your friend Toby you're there when this thing happens two years later you get an urge to go on a camping trip and the ends up your pick a spot double stand so tell us about that trip and the experience that you had yeah neither one of us had ever been camping you know I grew up in Saint Louis city and he grew up in flint Michigan and we never been camping and you come up to me one night we worked the night shift in the emergency room we were both he and she strove ambience and he said Hey man I got an idea let's go camping and my first thought is what do you not you know camping and you don't know nothing about camping and he knew that I was in the photography I was of amateur photographer and a little dark room set up in my house and unfortunately when you're when you're stationed on a sack base Strategic Air Command a nuclear base there's not a lot you can photograph so it is nice camera and really no worries use it without getting out of the basin and so his idea was struck down double standard he convinced me do good place to go so I thought sure why not and really I got really excited about it you know I was kind of cold to the idea first so I am really excited about it and we yeah we bought a cheap tense mislaid where mattresses we had a packed to cool with the hot dogs and everything you need and made the trip down there this is not a camping area you'll have campgrounds where you were the place where you're going you go right past the campgrounds you go past the state park absolutely we will we made it a point to Dodge the park Rangers and go if we wanted an isolated spot on high ground and that's what we found we thought we came to a chain across the road yes No with men's and I thought well we're done.

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"loveless" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"loveless" Discussed on KCRW

"The KCRW music something new from food it's called night shift Cory came the album is titled a loveless sunken ship weird fertility filter Corey came new music from Fatah fees and the lay out side step in the set with come see us play the incomparable still Bettencourt six on some music yet of the song round the corner of rain to Jim from Oaxaca he wants and John are back with a new one frantic forthcoming in the new year on.

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'Wheel of Fortune' contestant uses his intro to say he's trapped in a loveless marriage

Donna and Steve

01:07 min | 3 years ago

'Wheel of Fortune' contestant uses his intro to say he's trapped in a loveless marriage

"This is the portion of the program where we talk about some of our favorite stories from today in one of those stories is this guy who was a wheel of fortune contestant and you know how when the host just introduces each contestant they tell a little bit about themselves listen to what this guy did Blair hello Blair Davis Cardiff California in the trucking business it says you have trucking business yes and the and talk about your family I've been trapped in a loveless marriage for the last twelve years to an old battleaxe named Kim she cursed my life with three step children named Starr RJ and Ryan and I have one rotten grand no wonder you came here just wanted to get away from everybody I know you're being facetious absolutely I love I like no like nobody's business that was really funny no I have to say that when I saw the visual clip what I did it didn't strike me as being very funny like it was just the guy trying to be funny when I just hear the audio it sounds

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Wheel of Fortune Contestant Goes Viral After Saying He Is 'Trapped in a Loveless Marriage'

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Wheel of Fortune Contestant Goes Viral After Saying He Is 'Trapped in a Loveless Marriage'

"How well it's rare that we get bowled over by someone's personality and wheel of fortune but that's exactly what happened when contestant Blair Davis introduced himself to America Monday night the San Diego resident was asked as is customary by host Pat Pat Sajak about his family and his response went viral I've been trapped in a loveless marriage for the last twelve years to an old battleaxe name Kim she cursed my life with three step children named Starr RJ and Ryan and I have one rotten grand Jack as you heard of the audience erupted with laughter see Jack then asked Davis who was also sporting a very long beard if he was being facetious any admitted he was adding that he actually loves his family quote like nobody's business color battle axe yeah so battleaxe seem Kimber twelve years in is that right rotten grand son that's funny yeah

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SNL Adds Their First Chinese-American Cast Member

They Call Us Bruce

04:27 min | 3 years ago

SNL Adds Their First Chinese-American Cast Member

"Saturday night live announced its new cast members for three new cast members for the for the new season and one of them is comedian and writer Bowen Yang right a He's a mainstay of the New York comedy scene. He's Queer. He's he's kind of famous for these kind of built this cult following these lip sync videos. He does until the end brilliant. You know he's done what a random priestly from from the devil wears Prada. He's this really funny one of Cardi B. Just take the audio from these performances and then just you know just just do a perfect sync up of these of these performances end. It's it's it's hilarious. It's something that he made his own. Yeah and what I think is really amazing about it. Is that when those things went. Viral on twitter is when he kind of became a thing right so he's like kind of one of the he's a he's a twitter created I mean superstar superstar this point. Oh yeah right I mean I mean addition to being being actual comedian doing the scene and and then last selenium Gig as a writer on SNL yes so is also on one like the skits or whatever is like Kim Jong Il Kim Jong position to be to be hoisted up and be featured player on the cast. It was blowing a amongst Asian. Americans was born yeah US position to do well. I I mean there's so much resistance on that showed actually put putting an Asian American right on the cast right. This is a long time so yeah and he actually it turns out. He is the first person of Chinese descent right to be on the cast right there have been there actually have been other Asian American members. Fred is he stars thunders Japanese atrocities. That's CR- episode of I should do you. Who are you like bloodline or someone or not line loveless. It's like who do you. Who Do you think you are. Who you think you're yeah who the hell yeah no that show is It's the one that checks people's People's genealogy and like that show is that he's episode of the trip because roots finding your roots with with a skip gates hairless yeah yeah yeah okay but that one's a trip because his whole life he thought he was he was a quarter Javanese America or something and then and then he found that he was actually Korean but Japanese Korean or Korean court like his his grandfather Korean Japan had had a career career on the stage in Japan had Japanese stage team actually looking into the history. He's actually create this is also during the Occupation Korea. Japan would probably say they're all Japanese. No let's not go crazy story though yeah and then then actually BEF- before Rob Schneider Filipino yeah and has a has acknowledged and embraced that in various ways not not not necessarily somebody these days or you know we're raising the flag hi aggressively claiming but yeah so so nevertheless this is a milestone. Boeing Yang is the first Asian Casper that no one is going to be like oh he he's Asian Asian ladies clearly like like fito typically Asian right and last name Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean. This is kind of the running theme of this episode. At this point or Yang Yeah young passing. I will say speaking of Yang's right. I am Kinda wondering to what degree the the rise the arrival of you will Andrew Yang had anything to do with them deciding to impart anyway kind of like say you know we probably need somebody to play Asian. People roll like regularly now. I joked about twitter. I was like in the year twenty nineteen not that this would have stopped them before honestly because they've had I mean all manner of people playing like Weird Asians but I feel like this is Andrew. Yang thing might be happening enough that they need to address this on on and and have an actual person twenty nineteen of Asian descent playing

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Treatment Options for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Invisibilia

06:17 min | 3 years ago

Treatment Options for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

"About someone struggling with mental illness and so parts of it could be difficult to hear. Massachusetts General Hospital may seventh twenty eighteen Megan's obsessive compulsive disorder has been really bad. So she's come to the doctor for some help. She sits in a chair as he fiddles with a hand held, computer. The one that talks to the device that's been implanted in her brain. He's trying to find just the right amount of electricity to make her feel better. While you were talking I slowly ramped it up again anything different now. Little bit. Yup. Wasn't what's happening? Slightly more aware. Really? It's not like in the past where it was like who I feel good. But it's like a different feeling general just sharpening worse like everything got light turned up a little bit. Yeah. That's okay. People say that. Let's try going up. One more step. Anything different. We should dial this one back a little bit. Now, if you notice me it down, then maybe I'll change my mind on that. I just feel it. I don't feel good at all right now. Something just changed. That's why. Because in the process of reconfiguring, it it just temporarily went off. So you really notice that me once? Okay. Hang on a second. Let me get this back to a state. And let's go back to the left side and take a look. Tell me more like, what's. Kapiti? Okay. Okay. Listen. This is visibility. I'm HANA Rosen today, we have a story about a woman who desperately unhappy. So she signed up for the scifi sounding medical trial where she got an electrical device implanted in her brain. We look at her experience. And the man she fell in love with a love affair entwined with batteries and wires and electrodes technology, which might have implications for assault. Stick around. So Elise Spiegel is telling the story today. One note, there are references to suicide in this piece. And this is Megan story, but that's not where we begin we begin with part one Megan's boyfriend until he found Megan Brian almost never had luck with girls. It had been a huge problem, and I had a habit of meeting girls. And then kinda like job interviews, you leave thinking I think I went really well and like you don't hear about. But even when Brian did hear back and things seem to be headed in the right direction. It typically didn't last long his rose always seemed to lose its bloom pretty quick like those wanted to be different at some point. Like, there'd be a point where they'd be like, why don't you? Why don't you more like this? Why don't you do this? I was like they weren't accepting who I was like I felt like even really know why was probably. I didn't really know why. So you wanted someone who accepted you? Yeah. It lease on some level. I got tired of people dating me. But then wanting someone else. The problem as far as Brian Cataldo was his depression. He'd struggled with it since he was seven Brian's, biological father had left a month after he was born and his single mother did her best. But he came to wonder if she sometimes his father's face in his own when she looked at him. He wasn't sure. But in any case he'd resigned himself to a loveless fate until one day while perusing Facebook, he happened across a picture of Megan years before she dated this guy he knew, but apparently she'd recently moved to his hometown in her Facebook picture, she had a friendly smile. So Brian went for it at the risk of being too random. I was just browsing the old f book hip, and so you live in Farmingdale. How'd that happen? Maybe we should hang out at adventure land together. Megan replied, right away. She dropped out of college because of her OCD and pression and moved in with her parents. So sure she'd love to hang out. She was looking for friends in the area to Brian was glad to hear it. But he didn't allow himself to get to excited member thinking if you just wants to be friends, that's cool. So in the night of the date, he played it low key. It was summer. So he suggested that they take a walk down main street, then after they went back to his apartment to hang out. Fortunately, for Brian things went much better than expected back we serve watching movie, and she took my arm and put it around her. And I was like, okay. She doesn't want to just be friends. And that was that was the beginning of their from that moment on Brian. And Megan were thick as the who just make weird jokes and just everything's funny. Like one of the earliest memories was like I have to like voices like this. And and we were watching the two thousand twelve to beat and one of the questions was about deductions, and I was like. And that became a running joke for here's. So just like a lot of just hanging out. I worked for us. So it's beautiful. Yeah.

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Globalization At Davos: What Happened?

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:44 min | 4 years ago

Globalization At Davos: What Happened?

"All know, President Trump and his entire delegation pulled out because the government was shut down. But wasn't just Trump. French president Emmanuel Macron Theresa May British Prime minister as well as Justin Trudeau of Canada all did not come in large part because they were dealing with some kind of domestic issues. Right. It's Pacific like an anti global or anti elite sentiment there in their in their country. Wasn't the right time to go to this event for them. Okay. Not nothing. Good in it. Okay. Let's talk about those who did show up and what they had to say. So there was one group who are definitely sort of proudly nationalist, right? They saying nationalism is good. We can't trade with. Others. Those terms are good for us in that camp. I would put newly elected Brazilian president j scenario he gave the opening address at devas, and I would put US secretary of state Mike Pompeo, he despite the shutdown of government did appear at Davos, though, he didn't come himself. He came by video link beamed in on a huge screen in the blue auditorium, eighteen degrees Fahrenheit here in Washington. DC see the Lincoln Memorial to my back. So while I'm not here in person. I at least feel like I'm in Davos, where the weather so there is the secretary kind of warming up the crowd. But you know, when he said things he said things that I think we've all heard before. But felt kind of jarring in the Davos context, like he said nations matter no international body can stand up for people as well as their own leaders can strong borders or Kita strong nations. Definitely a little friction with the, you know, the Davos aesthetic tending via video link also kind of a minimal effort going on there. Oh, brother. Okay. So we heard from we did hear from secretary of state Mike Pompeo from the US who's next to the very next day. Same auditory him China's vice president one to shun took the stage, and he took the opposite tech. Really? He he basically said globalization's good. In fact, he said, you know, you guys you western countries. Will you wanted us to open up and provide cheap labor for your goods, and we did that and that also allowed us to advance? And now our new middle class can be customers for your products. You know, kinda give a textbook pro globalization argument. That's fascinating, by the way. Because at the moment, the US is in a trade war with China. And the main complaint is that China is not play by the globalization rules that incense China has for example in the past tinkered with its currency to make its products cheaper in American products, more expensive and more recently, China has essentially forced US companies to give up their technology to Chinese companies if those US companies. Want to do business in China? So the vice president was actually asked directly about this because secretary of state Mike Pompeo brought up the forcible transfer and the way he responded was not with a denial. It was with a fable delis a story of a devil and demon. So when the devil is eight inches tall and the demand might be ten inches toll. Okay. I'm I'm hooked like I'm in. I'm curious. So the translation of the devil in the demon kind of got us confused. I called my colleague Jess Jiang at a rough translation podcast. She is fluent in Mandarin. She explained that this is a reference that traces back to a famous line in in a classic Chinese novel. And the line basically says that the bad will always sort of stand taller than the good. So won't you Sean, the the vice president used that line to make this analogy two policemen and thieves so this is like the relationship between the thief and the policemen. And remember he's answering a question about China's theft of America. Intellectual property, sixty percent of the thieves if they could be caught and things stolen could be recovered than we'll have significantly fewer thieves. But if there are no Steve at all, I believe that will be too good to be true, Greg. What's he saying? I mean, it sounds to me like what he's saying. Is you can't stop all every and for the US demand that is not going to happen. And those trade talks, of course, happening this week. So those are sort of setting the negotiation terms, but also what he's saying is that we don't have to follow Washington's rules on this your trading with us. We do what's good for our innovation? What you define his theory. We might define as something's beneficial for an opportunity for progress. Right. Okay. So that is so that's China who's next. So here's Shinzo obey prime minister of Japan. He emphasizes something different. He says he wants there to be strong economic growth. He's very pro-trade pro globalization. But he tells the. Globalization in Japan that's going to be good for lots of Japanese workers. The rate of female labor participation has hit sixty seven percent. An all time high for Japan and higher than say in the US. Interesting. He quite pointedly says higher than in the US. Yeah. And you heard the audience laughing at that. I think one thing about Deva's year was that a lot of the leaders were trying to show how they're capitalism is different than the United States. It's not subject to some of the ills that America other western countries are experiencing because of globalization, like income inequality, and even German Chancellor Angela Merkel was saying, well, even Germany's capitalism is different than Americans are trying to because they care data privacy or New Zealand's descendant ardor n-, the youngest female head of state in the world was saying will, you know, her government is gonna start caring about the well-being of its citizens. All these ways in which they're saying, yes, we wanna be globalized that we wanna be pro-trade. But we don't wanna look like some of the western countries that are suffering from that. Yeah. In greg. What was your sort of big takeaway from the meeting because it sounded like rather than trying to make globalization work better between? Countries. A lot of these representatives were sense just there to boast that their approach to globalization was the right one for them. I think we are in this odd moment right now that the leaders were responding to where there is a ton of anti-globalists sentiment or anti globalization sentiment in one point that Klaus shop the head of the World Economic Forum made in his opening remarks was that difference between globalization globalism. So globalization means that we're all connected by technology and business, you could argue there's no turning that back, but globalism means that you're going to be beholden to a world order as opposed to a national one. And that's something that I would say everybody's trying to run away from. They don't wanna be dirty loveless. Great warner. Thanks, man. Thank you. Thanks again to Greg Warner of the rough

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