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Asia shares mixed as investors weigh omicron economic risks
"The the stock stock market market rebounded rebounded Monday Monday after after Friday's Friday's free free fall fall from from the the news news that that the the new new corona corona virus virus variant variant was was spreading spreading and and prompting prompting travel travel restrictions restrictions the the Dow Dow gained gained back back two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six points points Monday Monday the the nasdaq nasdaq up up nearly nearly three three hundred hundred and and the the S. S. and and P. P. five five hundred hundred recovered recovered more more than than half half its its drop drop from from Friday Friday so so investors investors did did take take it it in in but but it'll it'll it'll it'll it's it's Laura Laura Marino Marino Lucas Lucas at at panto panto cap cap she she says says investors investors are are waiting waiting to to see see what what this this new new variant variant might might do do to to the the economy economy but but she's she's optimistic optimistic there's there's a a lot lot of of money money still still on on the the sidelines sidelines it's it's looking looking for for places places to to invest invest Marino Marino Lucas's Lucas's volatility volatility should should be be expected expected in in the the final final quarter quarter of of the the year year and and her her main main concern concern inflation inflation because because there's there's definitely definitely a a lot lot of of concerns concerns around around that that age age where where you're you're seeing seeing just just the the disparity disparity and and an an income income is is is is really really are are in in addition addition to to pandemic pandemic news news Friday's Friday's jobs jobs report report could could swing swing stock stock prices prices hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
"lucas" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Disapprove me. Of having to wear masks as we saw with this fellow Nick. A board flight 2075 headed for Las Vegas out of San Antonio, or the frontier airlines craft. It was removed. The entire plane de boarded. Because of a private conversation about not wanting to wear the masks, even though everyone on that airplane that I know of. That's certainly the subjects of the matter. This fellow named Nick was masked. So here is wearing a mask and having a private conversation, non confrontational, not disturbing anyone around him. But caught the attention of one of the attendants. Who it seems was quite frankly offended because of this person's eavesdropping, they were eavesdropping on the private these people know, they were he and his family, too young kids, totally taken off the plane. The plane did more than put in a police custody. So now, because America is not awake and not alert and because America is simply compliant and comfortable. Comfortable not speaking out against the loss of your civil rights. This machine, which I stayed is based in Europe and I give examples and sources as to why I understand and know it to be based in Europe. This machine is now encroaching on your constitutional rights and taking them away, flat out taking them away. Right underneath your nose. It's time to wake up. And only you. You can make a difference. Only you can wake up to this. And you do that by speaking out. You do that by making your voice heard. And your voice will be heard, but you must raise it. And you must speak your voice. For it to be heard. But you can make that difference. So I think Lucas hall for joining me. Luke's for joining the program. No, no, excuse me. Lucas hall. Part of me, anyway, I think Lucas Paul for joining the program and I think Josh yoder. Forming for joining the program in folks what you're seeing right now is people are getting past any type of political divide. And I've said this, I said this on my show earlier today with Don writer, a dean reader. People are getting past their political device because people are now relaxing. Regardless of democratic Congress Republican, they're constitutional rights. The freedoms that make this country a beautiful place I want to replace to live. They're constitutional rights are being destroyed..
"lucas" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"About having a conversation, a private conversation, no conflict, no confrontation at all, a private conversation with another passenger about not wanting to wear a mask even though they were mass. So that aside, I did read about that a few days ago, and that is just one of the numerous thousands of examples of how this mask policy has been taken to the extreme and is just absolutely insane. Yeah, I think you look Josh, please address where U.S. freedom fliers is at right now in regards to this fight against the vaccine mandates. Sure. Yes, free employers that work. We're an all volunteer grassroots freedom movement that was started by airline professionals against forced vaccine mandates as quickly expanded far beyond aviation professionals. We have passengers. We have military groups. Train operators. Lots of different people that are joining us that are into the same boat, especially as federal contractors. So we're all fighting back and we are actually in the process of suing the Biden administration on the basis of legality of the mandates. I can really sympathize with Lucas and people are having issues with masks, you know, I see a frequency of seeing young children being thrown off a flight. It's really totalitarian, the way the airlines are addressing this, but what I believe is that coercion starts at the top. And this is where we need to stop it, you know? These companies are in bed with the federal government and they often like to justify the actions that they take based on the manage coming out from the federal government. They love to call law, which is not law. And I think it's time that all citizens get involved. This isn't something that we can win just in the transportation sector. We need every single person to get involved in the pushback, it's time that we take our rights back to free Americans. Lucas some comments on that. Yeah, but Josh makes a good point that drives my group absolutely insane. It's all these signs at airports and train stations that on buses and on any airline website you go to. You go to a book ticket on American Airlines for instance as I was looking at the other day because we're playing cat American to our lawsuit soon as the airline has several people have been denied nasty exemptions. We go to book a ticket on American and every single page you see for like the AKs just you have to go through to book a ticket in bold letters at the top of the page. It says federal law requires you to wear a mask at all times while in the airport and on the airplane and you know, I happen to have a degree in college degree in political science. So I have a lot more educated on the law than most non attorneys are. But even any kid in middle school who has taken any kind of civics or government class would be able to tell you one of the most fundamental tenants is how does the bill become a law? It gets introduced in a body of Congress. One of the bodies has it, it goes to the other chamber. That chamber passes it, then it goes to the president. The president signs it. Then it actually becomes a law, have any of these vaccine or mass mandates gone through that process?.
"lucas" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Because of some of the quirks and the law, my group has also filed 6 lawsuits last month specifically targeting the TSA, and it's enforcement of the mass mandate. Does CDC put it out, but the CDC doesn't have any enforcement officers. So they're relying on TSA to enforce it if we can get TSA prohibited from enforcing it then the whole thing kind of falls apart because there'll be there's nobody then at the airport who will be checking to make sure that anybody wears their masks. And obviously we're going after the airlines as well because even if all of the governmental mass mandates for struck down, they airlines prohibited disabled people from flying for much of the second half of last year. Anybody who couldn't tolerate wearing a mask no matter what your disability, if you're a four year old kid and you have autism and you can't wear a mask, sorry, you can't flaw out into your line in the nation. So that's why we have to also go after the airlines because we have to ensure that they can never again conspire to prohibit tens of millions of disabled Americans from using the public airspace, which is enshrined into law that disabled people have a right to use the nation's commercial aviation system. Yeah, I think both of you are doing incredible work and Josh is a pilot yourself. As a flyer, perhaps I can speak for Lucas as well. The work that you're doing, Josh, is so incredible and important for the American people. And as you allude to, Lucas, the balance and the freedom to travel using the airlines freely without any of these mandates. I want to get in a little bit into vaccine mandates and Josh, you may not know but Lucas Lucas has made the choice to receive a vaccination. I don't know which one you'd received. Lucas, but you did state, clearly that you that you support people's rights to receive or not to receive the mandates. Josh talk a little bit about what you and your group again for listeners understand this is Josh yoder. The president of U.S. freedom flyers, Josh, address a little bit about what you're doing right now to combat these vaccine mandates and if you have any comments in regarding regards to the continued they continued mandates on these masks and throwing into this situation that I know you're well aware of Josh, a flight out of San Antonio headed for Las Vegas that clearly pinpointed a private conversation, even though these people were masked, even though a conversation was taking place against mess and Lucas, I don't know if you know about this, but a man and his family were deboarded the entire plane taken off. The entire plane passengers de boarded..
"lucas" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"And so even if mass were effective, the fact that, you know, there are different times during the flight you can remove them. You know, it just shows that this whole notion of masking is it's nothing but for the airlines but trying to calm the fears of the panicked masses. It actually has no scientific basis whatsoever. Lucas, there is a book. You brought up the word conspiracy and there's a book that has former Stanford fellow wrote. It's called the Federal Reserve, conspiracy. And I think more and more Americans are opening up to the concept that perhaps there is a conspiracy at play here on different levels. And you're identifying one that the airlines are executing that are hampering your civil rights. Have you always been objective to mask wearing Lucas or were you tolerant at first and then simply decided to speak out and do something about not wanting to wear them? No, 100% opposed from the beginning as soon as I started hearing about the flip flops when Fauci and the CDC and others started recommending masks. I was just very skeptical. I thought this just doesn't sound like this is a real mitigation technique. You put a piece of cloth on your face unless you have some medical grade respirator that's truly fit and sealed and everything. Anybody knows you can, you know, if you live in a cold climate, not we can't do this here in Florida, but you know, hey, if you're up in Minnesota, North Dakota or somewhere. All you have to do is put on a surgical mask to one of those, you know, ubiquitous light blue color things. We see everywhere. Just go walk outside and when it's below freezing and start breathing and have someone record you and you'll see the plumes of your respiratory droplets going out the top bottom and sides of your mouth. So all it does is redirect the directions of where your droplets are going instead of going straight forward. They're just spewing out top bottom side side. So I started doing a lot of research and finding all these studies from before COVID where people had looked at, oh, should we actually have masks on in the operating room or there were studies in Ontario province, Canada, about should nurses wear masks during the flu season. And every single one of them I read said, no scientific correlation between those who wore masks and any reduction in infection. And some of them actually found that the people who wear masks regularly had more health problems. And so I put on a mask a few times just to sort of test it out, but immediately started having these panic attacks and hyperventilation and ripped it off and pretty much throughout the whole pandemic I've never worn a mask except for a couple of times going shopping at Costco where they were like the mass Nazis even here in Florida at the Costco..
"lucas" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"And there are still lots of cases and loss of restrictions despite so many people wearing masks for a year and a half. It's something that you're doing for a year and a half doesn't work. Why do you keep doing the same thing over and over again? Lucas for listeners understand you are suing the CDC and the Biden administration. You're also suing commercial airlines and you have via text that you've sent me a case against the TSA, which will be heard or going to the Supreme Court this week. In your opinion, Lucas, why is it that the Biden administration is continues admiration with this mask wearing? What do they want to continue this order on having people wear masks? I think they just don't want to admit that they were wrong. This was a central campaign strongness of Biden last year. Even though he admitted on the campaign trail that's trying to do a national mask standing would likely be unconstitutional. He went ahead and did it anyway. Just to placate all of the folks on his side who somehow have bought into this propaganda that masks are the solution for coronavirus. And now that they're so dug in and there's so much into this, it just doesn't want to let it go because then that would be admitting that he was wrong. And he's very vulnerable politically right now. I am a political independent. So I sort of say this from my post in the middle of the spectrum and he knows that two thirds of Americans somehow still believe that masks are effective. So he feels he has public opinion on his side and if he were to change course and eliminate the transportation mask mandate that would be a admission that he was wrong on that issue. And nobody wants to admit they're wrong, especially not when you're the president of the United States. But scientifically, it makes no sense. We have hardly any states have mass mandates, most states have abolished their mass mandates back in the spring, many, many months ago. And if you're here in Florida, where I've been stuck for the last 6 months being unable to fly back home to Washington, D.C., staying at my mom's. You hardly ever see anyone wearing a mask, unless you walk into an airport and then all of a sudden you're in an alternate universe where everyone is wearing a muzzle, and that's at the federal government's dictate..
"lucas" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Jump right to it here for a special Sunday edition just finished with done dean router. The hidden hidden Nazi Americas untold story of America's deal with the devil just finished that at the was at the three o'clock hour, a standard eastern standard. And now bringing on a man that is actively suing he's got three lawsuits going on folks. Lucas wall lives in Washington D.C., but it's been stranded at his mother's house in the villages in Florida since early June when Southwest Airlines and the transportation security administration refused to let him fly out of Orlando. Without wearing a mask, which he medically is unable to do because of a long documented medical condition. While runs a travel blog called Lucas travel, he's been 234 nations on his quest to see all 195, he's also seen all 50 states all 50 state capital buildings all 60 national parks. In all 5 U.S. territories, he's absolute life and passion is, of course, you may have guessed to travel. But Lucas wall began a crusade to challenge transportation mask mandates in June 7th by filing a federal lawsuit against Joe Biden. The CDC TSA and three other federal agencies. And the transit and airport authorities in Orlando for illegally requiring face coverings a week later he filed the first class action lawsuit in the nation. Again, 7 airlines for illegally denying mask exemptions to the disabled, who can't safely obstruct their breathing. Last month, he joined 12 other disabled flyers around the United States to file 6 lawsuits against the transportation security administration to strike down the federal transportation, mask mandate, we also have folks, Josh yoder of U.S. freedom flyer standing by. So we may bring in Josh, but let's welcome Lucas wall to program calling Lucas in right now. This is the introduction for discussions of truth. And as always, I open up a secret disturbing Metallica seek out a story corruption. Lucas wall ladies and gentlemen Lucas wool..
Nuggets' Jokic ejected for shoving Heat's Morris
"Necro yoke which registered a triple double leading the nuggets past the heat one thirteen to ninety six in addition to his twenty five points fifteen rebounds and ten assists your coach's resume included an objection for a retaliatory shove of Miami's Markieff Morris street in about a month me and are like noses Lucas making I think it's eight was a dirty play and then I just need to to protect myself both players were given a flagrant foul two before being tossed from the game Denver led by fifteen at the break before going up by as much as twenty three Jimmy Butler's thirty one points for game high for Miami which lost for only the second time in eight games Bruce
"lucas" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Republished several times. Did you ever think that your talent was hidden in his shadow I felt overpowered by hand times. Yes but i mean he was very supportive of my playing incredibly supportive right from the word. Go and i didn't feel. I mean i knew. The basha paean stimulus reminded that reminded that constantly but it didn't come up as an issue marriage a tool to released an album. Didn't you both playing. Who were release forty records together not of to piano work all the all. The two piano works we did. Most i think we we missed out on some nine french works but most of the big works recorded the rachmaninoff suites three times. Wow amazing body of work really united teach piano. Well i used to teach you lot. That's right i lived in. I told you all the time now. I live in cambridge. I just teach one or two adult students. And they're all either in america or australia or germany and that's all i do in the way of teaching now but i did do a lot of teaching. I just have quite a big practicing. She when i was living chelsea people's of rave of wonderful teacher. You are thank you very much. You've been reading my website teaching. Must've been something you really enjoyed. Oh yes i i really you know. I made very nice. Relationships are still have a lot of ongoing relationships with students and teaching remotely. If people are in america julia that work. Skype zoom works very well. Wow you know. It wouldn't have occurred to me that that is something that could happen. That's amazing. oh yes yes now. You new album rebel. Cou- gem has just been released. As we mentioned earlier. The royalties are to be donated to shelter. Not no not from the company's not from the record come enemy your personal Yeah why did you choose the homeless charity. I mean you know why not. it's It's very worthy. Course isn't it is very difficult to see people sleeping rough on the streets in doorways. It really makes me feel quite you. So i wanted to do sending bashes not something that's particularly close to your heart. Yes just really worse. In chelsea. London susan in cambridge. Because i used to see when i walked down the kings road i use every shop to away or wind. There was somebody sleeping from waitress down to peace jones. Some sleeping on the street has really sad. I think cambridge a special cambridgehouse charities. At such as jimmy's yes. Yes trailblazers streetwise. And of course the council obligated to how they at certain times when the temperature drops yes but not only a certain times. I mean you sound is deemed to be absolutely homeless after fifty six days. Thank you to six days. Sort them out. And i know the building some little shelters for them as well which is a great idea that is true. Yes liza Quite great sent me the cambridge. Shaw a strategy for homeless seventeen pages of it was trying to memorize it. There's a lot of opportunity but apparently turned to always want to get off the streets of these people. They liked to be independent type in which is unfortunate. Well i guess for some. It might be a lifestyle choice book for those that. Want to get off the street. It's great that there's money available to help them. Yes yes council needs the mandate that. There's never enough. You're absolutely right so we have this new album. Yes how can people get hold of it. Brenda on amazon. So if you go onto amazon and google brenda lucas ogden. Google name brenda lucas auction. And then the title will come up. Roselle you name. It will come up well. It's a great idea that you've had to donate your royalties to shelter really admirable brenda and thank you for doing that. It's my pleasure solution. I can do. And it's been lovely talking to you and hearing your story rumor pleasure. Thank you brenda lucas ogden now. Let's listen to brenda lucas ogden. Playing a track from the album. It's a teeny to move mwale. The menu.
"lucas" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Women making waves. I'm delighted to be joined by acclaimed pianist. Brenda lucas ogden. Brenda has released. An album prevail collusion. The royalties of the album will be given to homeless charity shelter. Thank you very much for joining us today. Brenda it's a great pleasure to quit you. Thank you know you're an amazing pianist. And i'm curious about the story behind that talent. At what age did you start. Learning the piano. Rbis five years old. My mother started me off. Learning knows. And i took through to meet me and then i had a local teacher when i was six or seven. She was called mrs round. I won't forget mrs route. She kept interrupting the lessons to give mr around his tees and i complained to my mother. These lessons weren't quite up to the mark. But anyway i was determined to learn properly and by the time i got to school the comb of activity. I had a wonderful nun. Who taught me sister. Mary angela. He was very very musical and she inspired me. 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Char had fish and finally came to manchester unhappy. Yes scott quite a story. it's his When you were up the college you met your future husband. John oakton yes eventually yes i do yes and i believe the story is that you fell in love with him when you heard him play. Real are doing about falling enough hours tremendously. It was He was playing this dante sonata. On the platform of the college and it was just such a staggering performance. I wasn't the only one who was impressed of students who have passing by through the. Who'll stop to this. Because they've never had anything like four years. The most outstanding pin spy fall in the college. You just a genius. It was quite parent. I was very impressed. Falling enough came nater and you traveled the world with them and you had two children with him as well. That must be quite an exciting time. Muchly hers very sashi incredibly exciting. Yes you playing at the same time. Yes i pay. Quite a few becomes australian tour. 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I suddenly decided i've had enough of this storm is a to to john Lady was the concepts at the time swept in very posh sable coat and said you call her missus oxygen. We need you the party. i'm going home anyway. I'm going so i did. That must have been difficult. Yes yes yeah and was nineteen sixty. Four husband started to suffer from mental health issues. I believe yes but but not after after that came many goes later in one thousand nine hundred seventy three so. He had a lot of good years before you suffered from mental health issues. Goodness yes and suddenly your marriage broke time but remained very close yet. Didn't break down in egypt. The approach on several years. After that i was very close to him winning you immediately broke down. We were estranged after the period when he was a professor indiana university and they unkindly sucked him. I've trained five. She him for four years so we had to leave. We spent four very cuccia. 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"lucas" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Women making waves. I'm delighted to be joined by acclaimed pianist. Brenda lucas ogden. Brenda has released. An album prevail collusion. The royalties of the album will be given to homeless charity shelter. Thank you very much for joining us today. Brenda it's a great pleasure to quit you. Thank you know you're an amazing pianist. And i'm curious about the story behind that talent. At what age did you start. Learning the piano. Rbis five years old. My mother started me off. Learning knows. And i took her to meet me and then i had a local teacher when i was six or seven. She was called mrs round. I won't forget mrs route. She kept interrupting the lessons to give mr around his. Steve and i complained to my mother. These lessons weren't quite up to the mark. But anyway i was determined to learn properly and by the time i got to school the conference of activity i had a wonderful nun. Who taught me sister. Mary angela. He was very very musical and she inspired me. Watch and the usual associated board. Examinations got high marks in news and took it all from there when i was Fourteen i had some private lessons from teacher. The ono's in college music suggest now. It was the role manchester college. Those days. that perc- on emigre russian pianist. Iseo allinson. I had these private lessons from us very anti and he started me off with giovanni choose which was easy. Start fingers with that. Cheerios nate saw. When i was sixty i entered the college. There was new to seventeen or sixteen at the time. I'm still started. we is aronson. So you know he was. He was quite inspiring. T she i mean. He fled from russia during the revolution and she tells his pupils proudly i was in prison with glazunov. Which we we don't go out to prison. But he did unto you escape to germany and he he was taken up by a very kindly family called stein jewish family they very cleverly neck germany and the nick of time and isa married the door char had fish and the family came to manchester and see yes scott quite a story. It says When you were up the college you met your future. Husband john ogden. Yes eventually yes i do. Yes and i believe the story is that you fell in love with him when you heard him play. Real are doing about falling enough hours tremendously. It was He was playing this dante sonata. On the platform of the college and it was just such a staggering performance. I wasn't the only one who was impressed of students who passing by through. Who'll stop to this. Because they've never had anything like four years. The most outstanding pin spy fall in the college. You just a genius. It was quite parents. I was very impressed. Falling enough came nater and traveled the world with them and you had two children with him as well. That must be quite an exciting time. Muchly hers very sashi incredibly exciting. Yes you playing at the same time. Yes i pay quite a few big australian tour. I played solo concerte We played to piano together. We do all the major australian issues and tasmania on museum unit as well so i mean it was quite an loan tour. Abcd australian broadcasting corporation. I do very good to us. Very well organized not must have been fun. Yeah it was definitely We had a holiday after that on route back we had holiday increase or is it was an journey. Australia's is long today. But it was unspeakably long those days. Nineteen sixty four. I remember people going by booted six weeks if you went by boat and then we had lots of time. In north america touring richard sperry exhausting. But wonderful johm plays in new york. Your who'll all the major issues really from east coast to west and back again. Amazing bit homesick and one of the chores. Because i had this little baby cow. And i've been forcibly removed from her for weeks. I'll end and so. I suddenly decided i've had enough of this storm is a to to john Lady was the concepts at the time swept in very posh sable coat and said you call her missus oxygen. We need you the party. i'm going home anyway. I'm going so i did. That must have been difficult. Yes yes yeah and was nineteen sixty. Four husband started to suffer from mental health issues. I believe yes but but not after after that came many goes later in one thousand nine hundred seventy three so he had a lot of good years before you suffered from mental health issues goodness yes and saudi. Your marriage broke time but remained very close yet. Didn't break down in egypt. The approach on several years. After that i was very close to him winning you immediately broke down. We were estranged after the period when he was a professor indiana university and they unkindly sucked him. I've trained five. She him for four years so we had to leave. We spent four very cuccia. Indiana university and He didn't seem to mind keeping sacked and that That upset me a lot so we rug and strange from. I should say about eighteen months so and you wrote a book about him. Yes cold virtuoso. Yes telling the story of his life was difficult but to right there. I'm started that book. In spain in the seventies now i felt the tip for some story that people it was before he was mentally started. Before and eventually i had to go strike show. Michael carr who do most of the rushing. Fool me because the publishers wouldn't take my school garnish rushing so my kokos who is wonderful roger. Actually you've heard detective stories and he got it published for me. Hey charlotte and in one thousand nine hundred eighty long. It's been.
Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks
"Cam reddish scored twenty points and Trae young added nineteen and the hawks one thirteen eighty seven route of Luca di church in the Mavericks Atlanta added to a seven point halftime lead by outscoring Dallas thirty five twenty in the third quarter young scored twelve points and dished out nine assists in the decisive period reddish led a stellar effort from the D. parks badge which contributed forty four points to go to get a win like that on first game I was used to be a better on that side of the floor all up to you to keep progress on working on that but overall gonna catch was held to eighteen points on six of seventeen shooting to go along with eleven rebounds and seven assists the Mavericks shot a dismal thirty three percent in losing their first game under new coach Jason Kidd I'm the ferry
Lynn to start Game 1 of ALDS for White Sox against Astros
"The white Sox and Astros were separated by just two wins as they captured their respective division titles but Houston took the season series five to two the Astros are making their fifth consecutive postseason appearance the white Sox are consecutive playoffs for the first time in franchise history a pair of glasses of the game one starters lance Lynn goes for the white Sox after going eleven and six with a two point six nine ERA in the regular season the Astros go with lance McCullers junior who is thirteen and five with a three point one six earned run average the Astros will send farmer Valdez to the mound for game two against Lucas Giolito I'm Dave Ferrie
Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG
"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there
The Return of Contra
"Mark. I know. You don't like old things i'm a very much guy. You are very much a new things guy. Did you play contra. Do you have any relationship to the game whatsoever with on the s. india there. It was on any ashes on snl. I think i'm operation. See on the gameboy ever played on the snes great contrary super contra the clone wars. That's the one that george lucas mate. He's no it's just because it's called the clone wars I mean i played the original. Like i remember being a kid and i have my yes and i had my copy of ninja turtles. The archaic gave the best any s game full stop. Here's the real test jeff. I'm not mark was coming konami code. Oh yeah do you believe that. Yeah i'm going to have to jeff. I need that That that Sound bite from the other episodes ramp movie houses. Yeah i could sit You should of left right left eye. Ba if you're playing to player you'd select and then start on that to be as when with two players as well. Yeah you had to do. Aba start okay. Well anyway the reason. I bring us back. Scott ni- have fun nece for contra him. I don't i doesn't like fun. I know i. I don't have a fondness for contra contra china's not the type of game that Meant to be for
ABBA Reunites After Nearly 40 Years to Announce New Album, Digital Concert
"Swedish pop band album has recorded their first new album in for decades as jeff london reports from new york allah will also perform digitally in a newly built london. Concert venue next may ever. Since aga captured the eurovision song contest with waterloo and nineteen. Seventy four there tuneful pop songs and fill the airwaves but at the height of their success in nineteen eighty two. The band broke up this november. The quartet will be releasing a new studio album voyage then in may twenty twenty two giving virtual concerts in london's three thousand seat ab- arena. A ten piece band will play live. While the four members of the group who spent months creating motion capture performances with george lucas's industrial light and magic will be projected the stage for npr news. I'm jeff london in new
ABBA Back After 40 Years With New Album, Virtual Stage Show
"The music group abba is putting out its first new music in four decades and launching a concert performance featuring their avatars I'm marquees are loaded with the latest one of us was the big single off apple's last album the visitors and they finally recorded a follow up the band will release an album called voyage on November fifth they say in a statement that they took a break in the spring of nineteen eighty two and now they've decided it's time to end it apple also been working with George Lucas's industrial light and magic company to create digital versions of themselves those avatars will perform a series of concerts in London starting may twenty seventh
Explosions Erupt Outside Kabul Airport in Afghanistan
"Circle back sake is going to circle back to reporters once they get more information on how to get americans out of afghanistan. Yeah that's that's that's gotta be great comfort to the loved ones of people who are trapped in afghanistan. Going to be hard to get people out of afghanistan's airport if they're blowing up the airport. This is a catastrophic debacle. The worst foreign in foreign policy implosion in a long long time. Here's the fox. News channel report moments go of the explosion at the outside the kabul airport. The explosion unclear. How big comes hours. After the state department warned americans outside to quote leave immediately do the increasing terrorist threat. Also lucas reports. The secretary of state lincoln said yesterday. There was a very real possibility of an attack. So that's from the pentagon standby we should get a briefing there in about thirty five minutes. Dana back to fox news. There's fox news reporting on what appears to be a major event An explosion outside the kabul airport. There are images coming through of bloodied dazed victims of what appears to be a huge explosion. The timing of all of this is fascinating. There's a lot of things going on that. Make one wonder if there is an almost other worldly aspect to this in other words Things couldn't be going worse for those who have an agenda that seems to be destructive to the united states. this is a terrible terrible time for democrats. There's no way around this from a political perspective. There's no way
David W. Mathisen | Mythic Trauma - SEEEN
"Sir. Polly doozy's is immortal. And they're both dust sons of the same mother. The queen of sparta. Lita you may have heard of the myth of leader in the swan about trauma these cutting edge psychologists that i discovered only more recently. I've been writing about the connections between the missing the stars for a long time. Been writing about how these twins picture for us this divine self but it really started to become more understandable to me when started to hear the teachings of psychologists like dr gabor matej dr richard schwartz. Who talked about trauma in trauma is caused by these terrible things. That happen to us. But that's not the actual if you listen to the teachings of dr gabor matting. He'll say the trauma was not actually those things that happen to you when you're little or whenever they happen to you if it was that would be actually impossible affairs because you can't go back in time to when you were three with. The trump is actually the result of those things that happened in the result was separation from yourself. You actually separated from yourself in that is ongoing trauma that you still carry and that you can fix. Hey ladies and gentlemen thank you for tuning in this. Is your host mystic mark hosted. My family thinks. I'm crazy podcasts. And i hope you've enjoyed the first two editions of the synchro mystic exploration of the ever expanding now because i have really enjoyed participating in these mind expanding conversations and that is the goal of this podcast focuses to give you the best information the metaphysical psychology that you can directly practically us to expand your now and bring in the reality that you truly wanna live. But here's the thing. We need some value
The Daily Signal Reports Millions of Ballots Were Unaccounted for in 2020 Election
"The daily signal is a highly respected. News operation coming out of the Heritage Foundation. And they just wrote a piece that I think is very, very important. 15 million votes in 2020 election not accounted for, report finds. By Fred Lucas, who is a longtime reporter as well. Almost 15 million mail in ballots were unaccounted for in the 2020 presidential election, and more than a million more ballots were unbelievable, according to a new study. The public interest Legal Foundation, which is headed by a very bright man. You've heard J. Christian Adams before. Released a research brief assessing the effect of mass mail in balloting in an election with a close presidential race in key battleground state. Such as Arizona, George in Wisconsin. Adams, by the way, is a former Litigator in the Department of Justice and the Civil Rights Division Voting section. These figures, detail how the 2020 push to mail voting. Needs to be a one year experiment, J. Christian Adams, president of Public Interest, Legal Foundation, said. Report found that 1.1 million melon ballots were unbelievable for various reasons. Election officials rejected another 560,000 melon ballots. Another 14.7 million mail ballots met an unknown faith, the report says. Holy crap! Joe Biden. Defeated Donald Trump. They right. With an electoral victory of 360 to 32 after winning Arizona Judge of Wisconsin by 320.6% points or less. Washington Post analyst In February, found that flipping fewer than 43,000 votes across those three states. Could have changed the election outcome.
Fox News Reports That U.S. Flight Hasn't Left Afghanistan in Eight Hours
"Americans are getting through those checkpoints and they are getting onto the base on the airfield. And they are being flown out of Kabul. I won't speak to potential future operations that may or may not be conducted. What I can tell you is the operation we're conducting now, and that is to keep that airfield open and running, and Americans are getting through the lines. They are getting onto planes. No, they're not. They're not. There's a story on Fox breaking right now. They are not getting on planes. Because the planes ain't going anywhere. They haven't had a flight in eight hours. It just broken the Chiron on Fox at a U. S. White hasn't left an eight hours. What are they doing? Tele Transporting people. Am I missing something? How hard is this? Listen, our troops on the ground, want to save our people I heard and Lucas Lucas Tomlinson reported on five. Yes. That they were directive strict orders not to save our own people. Are you guys ever in the military leadership and Biden going to get off your asses and save these people? What are you doing? This is not hard. This is not hard to do. It's dangerous. It's very dangerous. It's extremely dangerous, but it's not hard. We know how to do this. Okay. Force protection was my entire line of work. Set up a bunch of stable, secure motorcade routes. Take them block by block. If you have to clear them, hold them set up entry points to those routes. You can make it like a bus stop. If you have to meet us at this point, if that gets blocked, meet us at the next checkpoint, and that's how you get people out. Create an alternate route. Create safe houses along the way. You can secure secure the high ground on the round. This isn't hard. It's dangerous. It's extremely dangerous, but it is not
Trae Young on NBA 2K Rating: ‘Y’all Ever Gonna Get It Right?!’
"Young apparently is upset and we hear about this every year. It's mostly mad, and it seems like Madden. Players get more upset, which is the NFL. Then players care about their ratings. They can't do. Yes, well, apparently Trae Young is fed up. He's really fed up. How fed up Not only has he taken to social media saying, y'all ever going to get it right over his 89 ranking on two K 22, but Apparently close to people who know he talked to his agency and asked, Is there a way to sue to get him removed from the game? Because he thinks his representation is unfair. No, there's not. It's collectively bargained with the National Basketball Association. Your name, image and likeness actually was sold off by the union. That's why you pay your dues and you get your money from this. You actually paid for this trip so now thinks he is a 94 or higher, okay? For those who want to know that the highest ranking in the NBA NBA two K is LeBron James. Kevin Durant. Steph Curry 97 Be honest, They're all in 96. Then in 95, you've got quite a Leonard Luca Donges. Nicola your Joel and be James Harden. Damian Lillard. So by the way, I put him right behind them.
Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza
"Luke garza could actually become a real. Nba player that guy that one collegiate player of the year and yet nobody wanted and is drafted in the nba draft What ended up with twenty and fourteen or something. Last night he was. He was outstanding Again he has dow signed a two way deal. So luger's who does nobody been. It's he'll end up getting four The pistons but luca garza signed a two two way deal. He of course had a historic collegiate career at iowa. But he was you know by all accounts slow-footed big played near around the basket and so was of no use to people in the nba. And yet he made threes. He put up to huge double doubles and in their finale. Last night ends it with twenty one point and fifteen rebounds and got himself a two way contract so the luka garza dream is still alive after getting selected fifty second in the nba draft. He was good and he's fun. You know he's a real throwback but I i love the idea of becoming you know. Just the there's i went back and looked kevin. There's never been a guy like you by where this has happened work. I becomes the naismith player of the year in college basketball. Nobody wants him now. Not all of them have panned out. I e like the tyler hands boroughs but tolerance was like a lottery pick. I think frank mason might be the lowest and he was like at the beginning of the second round nobody. There's not even close to being selected. Fiftieth or fifty. Second whatever you've picked.
Three Signs You Shouldn't Buy Whatever Someone is Selling
"Three signs. You shouldn't buy whatever someone is selling number one when they have king of the puddle syndrome. I'm basically an omni channel marketing ninja. Lucas told us. Once i optimize your seo you'll increase your sales by a thousand percent. I'm the best at what i do. You mean the best within a two mile radius. My intern muttered under her breath. Sending me an i role the marketing ninjas self-confidence was sky high but his pitch read on how do your metric compared to competitors i ask him other digital marketers had shown us track records of two to three point conversion rate increases. But lucas was baffled. It seems he didn't consider that there were others like him out there. But with more data driven sales pitches he stammered. Yep but What i do can't be summed up in a single number. It's complex because i look at the whole picture that's a little vague lucas and we hard lucas. The marketing ninja our investment would probably have vaporized thankfully his pitch fit a pattern that made it quick and easy to rule out. Still people often get fooled by others. Self-confidence it's hard to be the only person in the room thinking. I'll be the judge of that and if you're not a subject matter expert it can be even harder to spot baloney but when you're about to be bamboozled. There are a few ways to tell that self confidence is just camouflage for a lack of substance one. They exhibit king of the puddle syndrome. The only way to be the best at something when you are in fact not the best is to shrink your reference circle until you are the best in the circle. That's how millions of people can claim to be the most sought. After life coaches health experts marketing gurus or ad agencies they could be sought after by millions of clients or merely sought after in their own neighborhood
A highlight from Three Signs You Shouldn't Buy Whatever Someone is Selling
"But lucas was baffled. It seems he didn't consider that there were others like him out there. But with more data driven sales pitches he stammered. Yep but What i do can't be summed up in a single number. It's complex because i look at the whole picture that's a little vague lucas and we hard lucas. The marketing ninja our investment would probably have vaporized thankfully his pitch fit a pattern that made it quick and easy to rule out. Still people often get fooled by others. Self-confidence it's hard to be the only person in the room thinking. I'll be the judge of that and if you're not a subject matter expert it can be even harder to spot baloney but when you're about to be
Luka Doncic Agrees to 5-Year, $207M Supermax Extension With Mavs
"Luca signs five years two hundred seven million supermax rookie extension with the mavs. Luca break i mention hardened have at the to luca is sort of like james harden but clutch right like lucas at twenty eight guy in the regular season ended the playoffs. He's like a thirty six. Eleven eight guy something like that. He's twenty two years old. I player eligible for the designated a rookie mac. Extend upon signing. because he's already twice been voted first team all. Nba deal includes a player option in the final year.
Team USA Overcomes Sluggish Start vs. Spain, Advances to Men's Basketball Semifinals
"Down ten and third quarter but one by fifteen all they did having grandparents. They made seven threes on eight possessions. Him in lillard and somebody else. That'll do it like that. Yeah so they play. Australia in In the semifinals and those are probably the two teams that was. Most people thought that was gonna be the finals. But the causey usa loss to france it's now going to be the semifinal so probably the best game is the next one winner that has luca but besides luca beat them in vegas. Als are australia. Starts five nba. Yeah
"lucas" Discussed on The Rabbit Hole PVD Podcast
"And it's going to tell us a little bit about it. Just get into it and digest a little bit of what he's all about. So you do everything except for the drums on this. Track right argentiere. Yeah you're mono were about this and this is a drummer named her peers. Who a net in vienna. When you guys were probably ten years old. And he was in a band that i thought he was in a band. That i like okay without there and i just thought it was amazing so when he came to new york.
"lucas" Discussed on The Rabbit Hole PVD Podcast
"Welcome to the rabbit hole. Pdd podcast mcadams carlson and welcome back. This is a special episode. We have here excited about our. We have a special guest gonna talk to in a little bit covered a lot of topics a lot of good topics. Lucas cancer on the episode today took a zoom call from los angeles california to catch up with him and see what he was getting into is a music producer and also works in music film all kinds of composer. Great musician himself on guitarist multi instrumentalist little bit worked on all sorts of soundtracks and he's worked with lucasfilm disney net and even though tang clan a little bit. Pretty much everything you could imagine. We're gonna get into that with lucas. Just wanted to give a couple of quick shouts first off to our guest on the last episode brian. rosa rozov working hard to find that episode everywhere and Shouts to anchor podcasts. For helping us get out there Spotify and apple podcasts to them. That's awesome thank you so much. So yeah without hope. We're going to roll right into this interview. Is what he's trying to say. We've just can't zoom right. So we're here with lucas kanter right cool and just gonna play one of his tracks. He sent me earlier on school year..
"lucas" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"Come to this show. It's a pleasure really have yet been fascinating to go through your your work it. It was kind of interesting about our approach. Is that you leverage your working. So many different ways you. You're fine art photographer. you're also an activist and you're also sort of a storyteller and you're finding different ways for your for your work to be seeing to be shared to be used. That's one of the things that i wanna talk to you about. But i thought we would startle just talking about your beginnings especially growing up on a farm on long island. Will your parents first generation. Farmers did they come to it from another lifestyle or this was this a generational thing anything about farming is if you go back enough generations you'll find another farmer no matter who you are right like so my great grandparents on both sides were immigrants who came from farm families and my grandparents who lived on the farm next door to my parents had worked at a local college queens college in new york city in queens and when they saved up enough money from working queens they bought the farm and then my father was the first first person in that line of the family. That was a fulltime farmer. But my dad also had other projects a helping other farms farmer's preserved their land getting grass clippings to not be thrown away and sent out to farms in eastern long island for fertilizer. He's always active and the community because my grandparents were family believed in education believed in activism believed in being connected to land so we had a a community among each other in our friends who had come visit the farm that believed in farming but also believed in principles about the environment and did your mom as well a mom and dad would always they farm a lot more together in the past couple years growing up my mom who is a storyteller when she started publishing the story books and then or picture books and recordings she would perform in all the local schools and then <unk> actually travel around the country in the world telling stories in a sense what i do photography as a combination of my parents where i tell story stories through photographs people's connection to land when you were growing up were there many farms around europe because i know there's a lot of development over over the years since your parents bought a farm but at the time wears a larger community of farming than than there was now there is now also i was born in the eighties. Nineteen eighty-three when my parents grunt. Dad was growing up on that same farm. The area around it wasn't developed and there were a lot more farms by the time by dad married my mom and they had me there. Were there was a lot of other open land. there were less farms. Remember being friends with the other farmers in the town. And i remember a lot of them as i was growing up selling their land for suburban developments because people would live in suburban houses in my town and get on the train or the highway and go into new york city to work so the identity that i had as i was growing up was one that was very different from our neighbors from other kids in school and knowing my parents are one of the few very few families who were agricultural who chose to maintain that lifestyle because there were so many economic to do otherwise. So how did that. How would you say that shaped your perspective in terms of your your understanding of the relationship between people in the land. Because i know that's informed so much of your work. It showed me how connected we are to land two seasons to resources that we don't fully control in a sense that everyone i meet each food one type or another the majority of people who i know right now cannot picture in their minds exactly where everything they eat comes from or they can't look at the table their computers is on and nowhere the would would came from or stone or even plastic like to know the systems that allow us to live our lives so by growing of the way i did. My parents were very interested in us. Knowing those systems and so photography for me has been away of to take any thing. I want to understand or learn about and i and it gives me permission to look at it and by looking at it i can learn about it and then my making an interesting photograph. I can tell other people about it to you. Started you photography than your mom. Lets you hear your dance camera and you started photographic around the farm puts urged but spurred that that gesture from from your mother well. My parents worked a lot in the summer. 'cause my mom. My dad was on the on the farm full and mom would also be helping my father my mom would also be doing. Storytelling is a busy time. Like dawn to sunset. My dad says gardening fun at farming. It's like really hard work. And so they would should try to get us off into programs in the town to give them some space during the summers and through would barter a lot where they were <unk>. Through friends <hes>. I was in a local camp program. <unk> actually what it was like sports travel something or other i was never really oriented that way and at the program that for one summer the only girls who were there were a crowd of girls who are friends with a woman. I had broken up with when i was like fourteen and none of them talk to me. I was so sad to like not be popular at as a young teenager. That i quit the camp and i was just hanging out in moping around my family's farm and then my mom basically called my aunt gina who with her wife margot were were they going province town to hanging out to hang out for part of the summer with a whole bunch of friends and so they sent me off with my dad's camera to province town and just wandering around with the camera while my answer hanging out with all their friends then when i got back from those from take from that trip <unk>. Show printed the picture for me and like some of them and said oh. Why don't you spend time for the summer photographing around the farm. And if they can make a story out of the pictures will call the local library the huntington south huntington library and you can have a photo show in the lobby of the library. C
"lucas" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions
"Become thais off. From tasha i might be you too full products But yet might you boy. I'm gonna fry. It's you might when you were reading through this and maybe go into like kind of the premise of what georgia psychosomatically people have the quote. Here from also jody's coit verbatim is or had plan for the first trilogy. Dot to be about the father the second to about the sun and a third trilogy to be about the daughter and the grandkids episodes seven nine take ideas from what happened after the iraq war. He says okay you the war acute everybody now what you're going to do rebuilding afterwards is harder than starting rebellion or fighting the war when you win the war and you disband the opposing army. What did i do. The stormtroopers would be like saddam hussein's office fighters at joined isis and kept on going so basically they want to be stormtroopers forever. They go too far corner of the galaxy start their own country and they're billion. There's a power vacuum to gang hearts taking advantage of the situation. The person this is. What jaws lucas. As the key person is staff more who've been resurrected in the clone wars cartoons. He brings the gangs together. He's very old and we have two versions of him. One is a cybernetic legs. Daca spider and then later on as two lakes is a little bit bigger so tough mo was going to take over where the empire fell mall was going to rise up. As the godfather of crime. As george lucas referred to him his sidekick case apprenticed would be a female toilet toilet. Who dos talon. Who was introduced in the dark horse. Comics in about the mid noughties. So shit so. She was going to be darth fighter. Figure more was going to be the overarching big back guy. Luke was going to be rebuilt and his jedi. Academy layer was trying to wrestle control from the gangsters to form the republic and bring peace finely to the galaxy as it would turn out. She did that and see which he became the supreme shots for and ended up. George said she was chosen one. I take that in a different way. Then some others have taken but we'll mention that so basically more was going to be. The big bad talon was going to be the vader luke was going to be making his djeddai kademi and leo was going to be striving to lead the new republic inside the control away from the gangs..
"lucas" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice
"Are intellectuals, their comics. They're funny. They're incredibly charming and they are wrestling fans and I think that's enough. I'll be back later. please. Make some noise or like pretend to make noise for the Lucas. Aching thank you. Thank you. Thank you for having. US, and thanks pop up. Word Soaks activate is this is a real. So you saying. was. Braveheart right. Are you like no? No. No. No No, no. No I am undertaker Spectacle number one, you know. ME. I mean, does it get like metaphor? I was determined not to ask questions I'm so glad you're here I. Hope You. You're going to do like a lecture on. Philosophy right right now. Dabble in San Philosophy of Lantau story the best of our ability we wrote this essay a couple of months ago about our cousin and is his anniversary of his death coming up pretty soon. So we want to share that because we feel like it touches on a lot of important stuff that POPs cupboards. Thank you I'm GonNa get out of your way take it away and everyone open up your hearts and your minds to the amazing wonderful Lucas. Brothers. And again, everyone out there listening We really appreciate you guys tuning into heroes. Tell our story to the best of our billy you know. Let's not listening in watching. Already I. Think it was like the radio but Yeah. We just we have a lot to talk about we grew up in a family with an incarcerated parents father went to prison. We were seven, six, two, six or seven it. It's fundamentally shaped our lives for better infowars and a you know we have a cousin friend of ours actually but more like a cousin, his name was Kaizen he also grew up fatherless and I'm sure I. Think some of might have been in and out of your prison you time so. That had an impact on our lives as well e at a guy last year in that prompted us to to write this that. You GonNa Start I'll start now. So it's A. Sunny Day Myrtle Avenue at Everton New Jersey summer. Slowly winding down at school starts in a few weeks most summer days on the block folks chilling their porches enjoying the sun in the latest neighborhood gossip, embarrassed Turk ammonia AC- like bone thugs all.
"lucas" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice
"Detailed in the Lucas Brothers Vakhitov personal essay, our brother Kaizen is the reckoning of split trajectories. There's from their beloved family frightened cousins. A neighbor in the same housing project gardens buyers Kaizen becomes a big brother to the Lucas brothers after their fathers incarcerated, babysitting them and protecting them against bullies who tried to steal their bikes. And their storytelling. The Lucas brothers are transparent about how illegal activities are concentrated around guard inspires and how unlike hysen their ability to move out of spires. Gets. Job Promotion gives them access to a better public school education which puts them on the pathway to college and eventually law. School. Simultaneously, the Lucas Brothers are quick to critique their academic studies and specifically how studying philosophy adopting nihilism allow them to intellectualize their childhood trauma but not to confront it. Will deeply personal essays an expiration of how institutions academic and governmental fail individuals and specifically how the legal system fails black people. Look at what it means to love someone who has been written off because of their harmful behavior and how as towards the end of their SL, the majority fails to conceptualize the actions of the approach focusing on the facts instead of the causes. We invite you to listen to the Lucas brothers ring. They're moving and powerful SA ahead. My Name is wrong. I'll be policy on your host for the evening. I am Penn America's prison injustice writing program manager. I. Am an artist and musician, and I'm really really happy to be here with you. Tonight we're going to hear from the Lewis Brothers firsthand they'll be telling their stories and I'm not going to make up anything faked that they're not going to do even though I want. All right. I'm here shamelessly.
"lucas" Discussed on KCRW
"Lucas vanishing twin her solo project Orlando earth moon earth that comes from the earth moon earth and other round trips E. P. rant ramp dates as the label legal in the set specters a new single from her liminal recordings Jeremiah J. stones passage I've heard that one in one in awhile came out two thousand twelve bring feeder records start off with honey get remixed by Nelson Mandela A. K. A. N. Harbison junior Nelson Nance of the very talented Nance family you know might you might notice brother Terence Nance of random acts of flynas and musical fame introduce new jacket jazz assed out for thank size you may that spiral have is been name too the single funky lane their album here I'm amid in tune comes out April funky twenty fourth live another brain feeder at least I'm John in Moses tune here all with you it does on the lab until six funky AM life I'm stay in with us tune funky life I'm in tune funky lane I've been to olive it is thank okay so it is okay so could just it is capital it was awful absolutely black completely black I can start yet over in two in two in two Hey I'm in tune I have been to thank thank thank thank okay so good just it is so good just if they so good just it is get the.
"lucas" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got Lucas Godly Hundley online. Lucas how're you doing. Well thanks for having me. Thanks for being here Legacy in the making the legacy lab Legacies a big word And For people I while they may have different definitions of that word It's all quite similar. It's it's about Leaving a legacy. I know you're not supposed to use the name in definition but If there is one word where you're allowed to do that that would be the one because it's it's important for us that are in this world to To leave some evidence that we were here and we actually did something to make the world better so Tulsa but about the book how came about and some awesome work. You're done absolutely that's actually a really good place to start because the word legacy is does have It does have a lot of baggage right. It's a word that gets thrown around for things that are dated sometimes when we talk about legacy systems. We often talk about things that are no longer necessary surly cutting edge and when my co author Mark Miller night sat down to look at how brands were being built in the modern age we realized is that there were people out there who were thinking about legacy in a more forward-looking way They were talking about living their legacy or having a modern her legacy as opposed to something that they would leave behind. It was something that they were actively pursuing or an ambition that they had aimed for So in identifying those those types leaders we decided to start calling it something a little bit different so we referred to legacy or this type of legacy that's forward thinking kind of legacy throughout the book as either modern legacy or legacy in the making which kind of shifts the the framework for how you think about Your ambitions your goals your beliefs and values. He's on so crucial to because I think there's so many of us that are you know doing impactful work and we're doing it in a way because we want to make the world better or our worlds better or the communities that we live in better but sometimes we don't necessarily think about the long range of things you know where we look at those that have passed on on that have left their mark on the world. And still you know have a mark on what we're doing the Henry Ford's of the world or the Edison's or the Tesla's or or in vet great inventors are world leaders that set for things that has created you know apiece and in harmony in certain countries and whatnot. You know those things at the time they were probably not thinking about legacy they were probably just trying to make things work to the best that they could at that particular moment. Absolutely one of the things as we identify in this in this book is that most of the companies that you'll you would think of as having a moderate legacy When you look really closely all of them in fact start with somebody who has a long term personal ambition They're looking to solve a problem or change the world or really disrupt in industry street because it begins with something that's really near and dear to their heart And what we found. Is that those types of people when you talk about long term thinking those types of people the ones who are standing out in a world where I heard a stat when we were researching this book that will really set the context in the nineteen twenties the average lifespan of a company listed. On this course five hundred was about sixty seven years flash forward today the average life span of an sap five hundred companies fifteen years so in the context of the modern business. We've got people who are who are really moving around quickly in their jobs and and you don't see these long-term personal ambitions At et maybe as frequently or or as commonly and we wanted to celebrate those types of leaders who are really starting from that personal ambition. It's crucial official. And there's been so much written on employee engagement Employees that aren't you know sticking around you know gone honor the days of the twenty five year gold watch type situation yes. There are still people that have been with organizations for a long time. You know it's not liked a dinosaur where they became extinct unless you think birds are dinosaurs than or a relative of than than. They're not spoiler alert coming back back. But at the end of the at the end of the day you know it organizations and in individuals that work with them have to find their the purpose. And what motivates them and an a long range Way And unfortunately you know we're saying turnover turnover it absolutely skyrocketing levels and even earlier actually in December of last year a Sereda a payroll and HR organization pretty prevalent in Canada. Although they're starting to do a lot of expansion in the United States as well they did a survey and seventy seventy three percent of those surveyed said. If they were offered a job today they would leave their current job right now so seven Out of ten in many of those people have been in those organizations for less than a couple years. You're you're still trying to figure out what the code that is to the bathroom at two years. You really haven't figured out okay. What's the lay of the land of this thing is? You haven't haven't been there long enough to.