35 Burst results for "Matt Q"

How an Obscure Group Fed Lies to the Media About the US Elections

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | Last week

How an Obscure Group Fed Lies to the Media About the US Elections

"The newest addition of the Twitter files reported by Matt taibbi is not about censorship per se. It is about the use of the media. As a vehicle for a systematic procession of lies. In this case, the lie is that the Russians are actively interfering in U.S. elections and there are hundreds of accounts, maybe thousands of accounts that are nothing more than Russian bots and Russian propaganda that is being, you may say, engineered out of Moscow. It's Putin's hand that is behind all this. Now, there was an organization that claimed to have a tracking mechanism and a dashboard. In which they would list these accounts, reveal them to be the product of Russian disinformation and they were trying to do two things. One is to get the media to cover this story. Of Russia involvement in U.S. elections. Russian disinformation on social media platforms like Twitter, the group that was doing this, it maintained the dashboard, was called Hamilton 68. And when you look at Hamilton 68 and its board of directors, its people like Bill crystal, the never trumper. Michael chertoff, former head, I believe, of Homeland Security. Michael mcfaul, who is a professor, I believe now at Stanford University, John Podesta, formerly the head of the Hillary for America. So this is the never Trump neocons and the left. And also people who are like deputy heads of the CIA NSA. So this is deep state meets never Trump meets the left. And these are becoming increasingly, by the way, the same people. And so Hamilton 68 said that they were, they maintained this dashboard. And they would identify these sites, but as Twitter began to look into it, and this is Twitter, by the way, before Elon Musk. This is Twitter in the old regime. They realized that Hamilton 68 was putting out complete lies.

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6 dead after small bus, box truck crash in upstate New York

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

6 dead after small bus, box truck crash in upstate New York

"6 people are dead after a highway crash in northern New York. Federal and state authorities are investigating a crash, involving a small bus and box truck on a highway in snowy conditions in upstate New York near the Canadian border. The accident happened Saturday morning on highway 37 in Louisville, about a 150 miles north of Syracuse, state police say the 6 people who died were on the bus, as well as three others who were seriously hurt. One of the people injured was in critical condition, Matt dinner with emergency services for saint Lawrence county, told local outlets that numerous ambulance crews and other first responders came to the scene, the NTSB says its launched a 6 member team to perform a safety investigation. I'm Jennifer King

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Barzal scores in OT, Islanders beat Golden Knights 2-1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Barzal scores in OT, Islanders beat Golden Knights 2-1

"Matt barzel and semyon varlamov sent the islanders to their second straight win since a 6 game skid, two one against the golden knights and overtime. Barzel scored the winner at four 28 of the extra session. Moments after varlamov stopped William Kerry a on a penalty shot. Barzel had just one point in his previous ten games. Varlamov made 44 saves as New York handed Vegas. It's fourth straight loss. Anders Lee opened the scoring in the second, but carrier tied it later in the period. Logan Thompson stopped 35 shots for the nights. I'm Dave ferry.

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6 Months of News Wrapped in Less Than 2 Minutes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | Last week

6 Months of News Wrapped in Less Than 2 Minutes

"This is crazy You're never going to believe this during the break So in one news day in the last two hours we've covered like 6 months worth of news You've got people all over the United States embracing for violence because the Memphis body cam police tape is going to be released soon Embracing for violence which I find incredible How again burning down people's buildings and beating the crap out of them is going to solve a case of potential police use of force violations is beyond me maybe because I'm a normal person but I don't understand that That's going down The Paul Pelosi 9-1-1 tapes revealed We played that earlier The Paul Pelosi body camp police video comes out The RNC is about the pit star voting on a new leader that Matt taibbi decides to drop a new Twitter files thing indicating how they basically painted everyone they didn't like as a Russian bot This just happened I don't even have time for that And The New York Times drops the story yesterday The Pfizer thing happens last night where Pfizer a guy goes out on a date gets caught on hidden audio talking about mutating a deadly virus that killed tens of millions that infected hundreds of millions and then The New York Times drops the story which I gotta be honest with you I think it's one of the biggest stories of all Clearly laying down cover for the Durham investigation for things going on in the dorm investigation

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Duchene's goal, assist lead Predators to 6-4 win over Devils

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Duchene's goal, assist lead Predators to 6-4 win over Devils

"Matt duchene collected two points while the predators were scoring three times in the third period to defeat the devil 6 to four. The last three games we've, you know, we've beaten teams. We haven't hung on or we didn't have to rely on our goaltenders to steal this one. It was, you know, games where we've come out in one games. Duchenne snapped a three three tie in the final period and set up the eventual game winner by Philip forsberg. Cody glass calls Smith Michael green and Tanner, you know, also scored for Nashville, which has won three straight and 5 of 6. UC sorrows made 36 saves and getting the victory. Jack Hughes had a goal and an assist and dougie Hamilton set up three goals in New Jersey's second regulation loss this month. I'm Dave ferry.

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Matt Palumbo: Why Does George Soros Want Higher Crime Rates?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last week

Matt Palumbo: Why Does George Soros Want Higher Crime Rates?

"Why I mean I get why he likes liberal ideas He's a liberal He was you know he probably believes for some stupid reason they were High taxes crappy public school But the public safety situation He's not a dumb guy He's a billionaire He's not stupid So he knows that these DAs and prosecutors he's getting elected are not enforcing crime He sees the numbers They're undeniable numbers crime rates going up So clearly it speaks to me to a volitional act It's not an accident So why is he doing it Yeah I mean it is obviously a tough question because I'm not in his head And you know I always feel like it's sort of a lazy answer to say you know like political opponents or evil and want to destroy the country but that is the most plausible explanation I mean when I was writing the book I read everything source was written which a lot of its business and finance and that was my background And he's a very smart guy very original thinker He knows exactly how to look at data And it is undeniable it's happened So the question becomes well what exactly is the end goal Is it does he want to demonize police the federalized police Does he think that destroying the country will somehow make people more receptive to future leftist ideas I mean that could be one explanation But yeah this is one of those cases where I generally try to get people to benefit of the doubt and assume they mean well with Soros that could not be said at all And even with the non Law & Order stuff most of it's just self serving You know one of the founding myths of George Soros has some neoliberals will give is that he helped a lot of post Soviet countries transition away from communist capitalism and almost seems right wing And then you look at what was actually going on and he was just in bed with corrupt regimes buying up their assets for pennies on the dollar and that was sort of a rebranded as some capitalist endeavor So everything about the guy's a fraud and I generally think he's an evil person

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Matt Palumbo: George Soros' ROI Seen Higher in Elected Prosecutors

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last week

Matt Palumbo: George Soros' ROI Seen Higher in Elected Prosecutors

"You know what You were on Fox and Friends the other day I was up at 4 o'clock in the morning watching you You looked up did you have some coffee or something You look rather awake up Hour and a half early so the cost was digest but yeah I was sorry awake fortunately Because he was on Fox and Friends first and it was legit like four four 15 or something I turned it on I'm like oh look there's Matt So Matt and I worked together at this place He manages bongino report dot com had the greatest headline ever the other day Nancy Pelosi does an exorcism at her house and magically survives That was great very funny actually crazy on the weekend But I'm like gosh this guy looks awake and one of the reasons is I know you would genuinely like talking about this topic of Soros because it speaks to a larger leftist ideology and you brought up this great point You said bang for the buck Soros funding local prosecutors is the greatest deal ever Like why bother to overturn an entire city council a state assembly a governor's race or a mayor's race which could cost you tens of millions when you could spend probably 500,000 get a prosecutor and they would say hey I don't really care what laws you Republicans or Democrats pass I'm just going to get my guy in and he's not going to enforce anything we don't like It was such a brilliant point Yeah yeah I hate to say the source is brilliant for figuring it out but unfortunately it is And the thing too is like these are not you know these are not exactly high profile races So you can you know it's very hard to buy a presidential candidate There's billions spent But you can buy a DA's race for a couple hundred grand or there was actually a case that they had in the book where he donated so much money to account on it The opponent just dropped out instead of even compete So yeah and success for its 90 plus percent which is I mean for any category of anything really it's just spectacular unfortunately

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Matt Palumbo: 1 in 5 Americans Live Among a Soros-Backed Prosecutor

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

Matt Palumbo: 1 in 5 Americans Live Among a Soros-Backed Prosecutor

"The left is so afraid of us gasking questions Now keep in mind the left has no problem asking questions about donors they don't like Even donors who aren't really conservative like the Koch brothers who are more libertarian right But if you donate to a cause they don't like then you are immediately to be hung from your toenails Never to be accepted and polite company again And harassed for the rest of your life But when we ask questions about people like Soros who unquestionably we have the money trail have given money to prosecutors who have lorded over street chaos all of a sudden the line is what This is definitely anti semitic It's so predictable with these idiots I would say there's a war on noticing and you see this actually in any headline where Democrats do something wrong The headline is never afraid as like hey this Democrat did something wrong It's sort of phrased in this phrasing of get a load of these Republicans for noticing they did something wrong with a phrase us of the Republicans pounce That's the whole Republicans pounce thing Yeah yeah so what the authors prosecutors and I reported on in the New York Post article there's not 75 of them nationwide unfortunately one of them takes a boot and got recall But Soros is back the most $40 million And he's donated over his lifetime's 32 billion And I don't think having research as empire I don't think he's ever gotten this kind of bang for his buck because now one in 5 Americans live in an area where they are beholden to a serverless prosecutor You know when Soros is donating tens of millions who are presidential elections the silver lining when he backs like John Kerry or Clinton is well at least he incinerated that money Here is going to a very bad cause And the latest person I mentioned is Buddha vivira if you sort of I thought it was emblematic of all of them And even though this thing is well we're not going to enforce lower level laws because then we can enforce you know we can spend more time prosecuting rape and murder And

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Matt Palumbo: A Hit Success With 'The Man Behind the Curtain'

The Dan Bongino Show

00:48 sec | Last week

Matt Palumbo: A Hit Success With 'The Man Behind the Curtain'

"Matt people have shown a real interest in this book I saw the New York Post had one of your pieces on the front page I think everybody's starting to wake up to just how damaging this guy's been Yeah thanks for having me on It seems like every single week there is a new story out where it's a Law & Order type story where it seems like a parody of reality like a sort of Franz Kafka esque story So the latest with this prosecutor Buddha beverage out of looting county and he was just sort of the latest source back prosecutor to announce he wouldn't be enforcing the law So I just thought you know it's a perfect opportunity to a detail the latest craziness and how it's sort of emblematic of everything Soros has been up to lately Folks the book again it's called the man behind the curtain There's a lot of stuff in there And I think it's really going to surprise you about exactly what Soros has been up to I

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Republicans Aim High for 2024

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:52 min | Last week

Republicans Aim High for 2024

"Senator, this is controversial when I'm about to ask you, I don't expect a complete answer yet. I want the NRSC to play in primaries. Not all of them. I want them to support, for example, Jim banks and try and keep that field clear so we don't waste money on a seat that's easy for Jim banks to win in Indiana. Montana, you've got two congressmen, they're both friends of yours, Ryan zinke, and Matt rosendale. I don't know if you can do that in Montana. In West Virginia, you're going to have like 20 candidates. What is the NRC's position going to be about participating early in identifying a candidate who is the strongest candidate who can win and funding them before the primary vote? Yeah. Well here, if there's something that we learned from the 22 cycle, is that we've got to get candidates that can win a primary, but importantly can win a general election. I am tired of losing. And at the end of the day, winners make policy and losers go home. We've got to find candidates that not only can win primaries, but can win general elections. So it's still very early, but it's not lost on us that we will do whatever it takes to win to make sure that in 24 we have a Republican majority. Here's why as well. If you look a little bit longer term, look to the end of the decade, if you look at the 24 cycle, the 26 cycle and the 28 cycle. In 2024, as I mentioned earlier, we have three Democrats up in red states. Those are great pickup opportunities. But you look at 26, there are zero. You look at 28, there are zero. Few, we either deliver a majority in 24 or we could see the United States Senate with an enduring minority as Republicans for the rest of the decade, the stakes could not be higher. It's very important we win general election.

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Hurts, Eagles pound Giants early, coast to NFC title game

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hurts, Eagles pound Giants early, coast to NFC title game

"Eagles are able to get the jump in the first half as they were able to save the Giants for a 38 7 win in the NFC divisional playoff quarterback Jalen hurts or pair of first quarter touchdown passes. He also had a 5 yard touchdown run with 43 seconds to go in the second quarter that enabled the birds to advance to the NFC championship game for the first time since 2017. We did a really good job of executing and you know we put a good one together. That's an all faces all three phases. So it's always great to start fast. Matt burrito had a touchdown run for the Giants. Michael Luang girl Philadelphia

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PJ Media: Over 1,400 Proven Cases of Election Fraud

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

PJ Media: Over 1,400 Proven Cases of Election Fraud

"PJ media Matt margolis sees a great columnist I think he's terrific Here are over 1400 proven cases of election fraud And that's just the beginning So all the legal analysts all the commentators all the hosts all the news outlets France the evidence of fraud Well apparently there's at least 1400 proven cases according to the Democrats election fraud doesn't happen except when Republicans win elections And those cases was probably Russia Who somehow hacked in and changed votes I mean how else could a Democrat lose right Says margolis Meanwhile we're all supposed to collectively turn a blind eye when Democrats win an extremely close and election under suspicious circumstances When that happens we're told an election photo is a myth that our elections are perfectly secure And if you dare ask questions you get censored by social media because you're a threat to democracy But election fraud is not a myth In fact 1412 confirmed cases of election fraud when documented in the election fraud database maintained by the heritage foundation's legal center According to the heritage foundation the database provides a sampling of recent election fraud cases demonstrates the vulnerabilities when the electoral process The need for reforms to secure free and fair elections for the American people Of the 1412 confirmed cases they've documented there have been 1219 convictions

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Defensemen, Andersen help Hurricanes beat Wild 5-2

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Defensemen, Andersen help Hurricanes beat Wild 5-2

"The hurricanes received three more goals from their blue liners in a 5 two win over the wild. Brent burns, Brady Shay and Jalen chatfield scored, giving the cane's 24 goals from defensemen since November 25th. Chatfield says their system suits him. I think I've always been pretty comfort and I am comfortable in the system. I think a lot of it has to do with just a good place by the team, honestly, and that's playing the right way. Two voter vine and edit a shorthanded goal in the second period, and Martin HS scored in the third. Frederick Anderson stopped 30 shots for the metropolitan division leaders. Career caprice of Matt baldy provided the Minnesota goals. I'm Dave ferry

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Rep. Matt Rosendale: Any Banker Would Say the U.S. Debt Is Too High

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Matt Rosendale: Any Banker Would Say the U.S. Debt Is Too High

"To do this in our homes every single month. We got to lay on our budget. This is what we can spend. This is what we can. This is what we can't afford. And we need to live our lives and we conduct our lives accordingly. The federal government should do the exact same thing. There is not a banker in this country that if they had a client that was continuing to increase their debt at the rate at our federal government does that they wouldn't foreclose on them and say, sorry, we're cutting you off and we're foreclosing. There was not a banker in the country that wouldn't take that action. But yet, we have no we have no ceilings. They continue to increase that there is no bounce budget amendment. We're going to be bringing forward a balanced budget amendment. It's going to be on the House floor here over the whatever. Next 9020 days. We're going to bring a term limit resolution to the House floor so that we can have these discussions about people that are too entrenched into a system and they're more concerned about returning back to Congress. They're worried about the next election more than they are the next generation.

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Rep. Matt Rosendale: Will the GOP Hold the Line on the Debt Ceiling?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Matt Rosendale: Will the GOP Hold the Line on the Debt Ceiling?

"Been following for the past couple of weeks. The conversation surrounding the debt ceiling, this is so vitally important for the health of our nation for our children and our grandchildren and my question is, are we going to be able to hold the line here? Will Republicans hold the line in the House of Representatives? I think that you're going to see more people that are willing to stand up and address this fiscal situation than we saw standing up to trying to address the broken rules package in the House of Representatives. We had a limited view as you well know this is up to try and reform and restore regular order and a half, but I believe I really do that there's a lot of folks that will participate in pushing back against this irresponsible spending. Todd, I'll tell you, if we can not bring meaningful and I mean that. Meaningful reductions in spending. As part of the increase in the debt ceiling, then I certainly am not going to support increasing the debt ceiling. And I think there's going to be many others that will refuse to do so.

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Ohio House ex-speaker's trial in $60M bribery probe to begin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ohio House ex-speaker's trial in $60M bribery probe to begin

"The former House speaker for Ohio is headed to trial on bribery and corruption charges. When Republican Larry householder and four associates were arrested back in July of 2020, the U.S. attorney at the time, David de villas, called it the largest corruption case in state history. This was pay to play. This week, jury selection begins for a panel that will decide if the ousted lawmaker and former Ohio GOP party chair Matt borges are guilty of racketeering, prosecutors allege the men were part of a $60 million scheme secretly funded by an energy utility to pass a $1 billion bailout for a nuclear power plant, both men have pleaded not guilty. Since the indictment, two householder associates, the nonprofit generation now and first energy corporation all cut deals with prosecutors, while the chairman of Ohio's public utilities commission resigned amid FBI scrutiny, campaign finance experts view the case as a chance to clarify the line between legal and illegal handling of so called dark money that is flooded politics in recent years. I'm Jennifer King

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How Red State Lawmakers Can Use Their Power With Ilya Shapiro

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 2 weeks ago

How Red State Lawmakers Can Use Their Power With Ilya Shapiro

"We have to fix our institutions. We have to, for lack of a better term, D woke by them and purge them of these insidious elements. And one of the leaders is a very smart person, very articulate person, is Ilya Shapiro, and he wrote a piece for The Wall Street Journal called saying state lawmakers can reform higher education and boy is that my love language. That speaks straight to the heart of what we talk about on this program and turning point USA. I'm excited to explore that with Amelia. Welcome to the program. All right, well good to be back with you, Charles. Yeah, very good. Tell us about your piece. We'll go from there. Sure. Well, I was on last with you describing the outcome of my fight with Georgetown where they tried to cancel me and said, I canceled them all sorts of illiberal tendencies that I my eyes were open to through that experience. And the problem that I discovered, you know, I'm a First Amendment lawyer constitutional lawyer now with the Manhattan institute. I've always been into free speech and due process. But what I really learned is that what's going on on college campuses, law schools, elsewhere, is the bureaucratization. And this is not the decades old conservative complaint about liberal professors, but rather in the time since I graduated college and law school, there's been this bureaucratic bloat, and most of that is these DEI offices, diversity, equity, inclusion, a really orwellian name that goes against intellectual diversity prevents equal opportunity and excludes anyone who deviates from a progressive orthodoxy. So I got together with some lots of people working on this issue, as you mentioned, my MI colleague Chris ruf, and Matt and byan Berg of the Goldwater institute, we got together, and we thought, what can, from a public policy perspective, a lot of people kind of throw up their hands and say the kids these days, or it's a culture, there's nothing for policy to do, but actually at least with respect to public institutions where a lot actually the majority of college students attend public institutions, state legislatures can get involved

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Republicans Are Getting Their Committee Assignments

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Republicans Are Getting Their Committee Assignments

"For example, a number of red meat Republicans are being given all kinds of plum assignments on important House committees, Lauren boebert, go sir, gosar, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, are all going to be serving on judiciary, oversight, the House oversight committee is launching a myriad of investigations and on the house oversight committee will be Lauren bobert, Marjorie Taylor green Paul gosar. Kevin McCarthy is off to a great start. And the establishment class is mortified. They don't know what to do. They don't know whether to wine their fan of your scratch their watch. I just don't know. They thought maybe Kevin McCarthy would go all Mitch McConnell on him. But he's not. He's not.

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"matt q" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Well, there was a white serpent white nationalist insurrection at the U.S. capitol. Why do we need to purge patriots from the military? Why? Because there was this dangerous insurrection the U.S. capitol is the premise of so much of their totalitarian agenda. So what we have to do is confront and tear it out by the roots. Now you're asking me why are these people being held? Well, part of it is a failure are on the right. If I could march a 100,000 people to Washington to see the protests or treatment, they'd be released within 48 hours. Unfortunately, we're only able to gather at our rally prison only a few hundred people. So what we're growing. And we're raising awareness and every day we're putting more and more volunteers who get engaged and get engaged in America first community organizing through look ahead of America. We're here at turning point because there's so many young people who learn activism through turning point at the high school and college level. We now need to harness that energy and direct it towards the real world and get them engaged there. It is safe to say that the left agenda has already beaten this movement and they've been infiltrating the Department of Education for decades. Look, it's important to remember that everything we see the left succeeding with now is part of 100 year agenda. They've been doing this. This has been their plan for over a hundred years. And it took a lot of time and patience they had setbacks along the way, but they've been persistent. For us, look at America is a 100 year project, and it started this year. It's going to take a long time, a lot of effort, a lot of blood sweat and tears to accomplish what we need to save our country. But it starts with small victories. It starts with the victories we're having in Jordan. In New Jersey, we're even having victories in California. Small victories, but you could say the California is about to allow open-source voting equipment to be used. Without having to pay certification fees. Now that sounds like something very small and insignificant. But these small victories add up to big ones. And that's the same thing that's happened to the left. 100 year plan. That sounds Matt. You could easily say, well, that's simply a theory. How do you back that up with evidence of the ACLU? Yes. You know how old they are? 1920s? Yeah. About a hundred years. And so much of their agenda has been accomplished. If you look at the socialist organizations in this country, they go back a hundred years or more. You look at the left wing labor unions and what they've tried to accomplish over generations. Those organizations are over a hundred years old. They have been fighting for this for a long time. On the right, there's been nothing to push back against it. We sort of counted on the continuing momentum that our founders gave us without organizing without hierarchy without leadership and we attempted this in the past. There have been starts and stops. You may recall the Tea Party movement. Sure. But that kind of degraded into business and then became eventually a grift a racket. A lack of leadership at lack hierarchy, and that's what look at how America is delivering. And we have a clear American first ideology to drive us. Is this say an American incepted from the left? Is this American intercepted movement? Or is this have influence from outside like Europe? I'm going to label it as communism. I'm simply going to label this communism. You can call the left movement. I don't know what it is. I'm exactly in that regard. Outside our borders, but all the nation's greatest threats are within our borders. Every problem we have is here in the country. It's not a result of outsiders as a result of weakness of our own people to take democracy seriously to take community organizing seriously. So you get off get off their asses and stop convention about problems. Stop just going to these conventions watching all these people speak and then going home. Because if you just come into this event at turning point to go see Marjorie Taylor Greene and Donald Trump Jr. speak, it's like you're going to a concert like their rockstar to something. There's a word for that. This pornography, this is just pornography for conservatives. If you're not coming to look at America booth to sign up and get involved and you put to work, this is just pornography. Political pornography, I like that. I mean, that's a nice, nothing fantastic. It's coming up. It's just purely personally indulgent with nothing productive coming out of it. What's next for look ahead America? What's the next battle that you're going after? Well, we have battles raging in over 30 states where we need support. But the next national event we're having is we're commemorating the political persecution of our brothers and sisters with a candlelight vigil on January 6th. We're trying to get one of them, at least one of them in all 50 states. And the one in D.C. will be at the prison where some of these people are still being held. So if you're interested in helping us out, we'll look at America dot org slash vigil. And get in touch with us. Let us know if you want to host a vigil or to find out where one might be happening near you. Some closing comments for listeners, please. Look, there's no community organizing without community. Community of the people listening right now get off your ass go look at America dot org show up. We will put you to work. We'll ask you to do difficult things. But that's what necessary to save our country. Look, we were founded by a couple of ragtag folks who decided on Christmas night to cross a freezing weather and freezing river and attack the most powerful military in the country. And the world. I'm not asking you to do that. I'm asking you to maybe show up and hold a candle for an hour. I'm asking you to maybe pass on suppliers. I'm asking you to maybe go door to door and help us register some voters. That's all I'm asking you to do. And that's what we need to save our country because if you're not willing to do at least that then it's over and stop complaining because you are the problem. Matt brayer ladies and gentlemen.

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"matt q" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Matt, take a moment to introduce yourself for listeners. Sure, my name is Matt rayner. I'm the executive director of look ahead America. A look at American is America first community organizing. For generations we've surrendered the field, the community organizing to the left, and that's why we're suffering so many losses at the local state and national level. We're going to fight back against that by organizing community organizing from America first perspective. And we've been very successful in that so far, this is really our first year of activity. We've got leadership in over 30 states. We've had major impact. We've got major media coverage. And we have this major presence here in Arizona. And thanks to the generosity of mister Jim layman, Arizona energy entrepreneur. So we've been had a very successful 2021. We're looking forward to having even more successful 2022. So listeners are about Jim. Who is that? And he said he's an entrepreneur. Jim layman is solar energy entrepreneur here in Arizona. He's created a business from nothing into a $1 billion company. He's currently running for Senate here. Now look at America where nonprofit nonpartisan so we don't endorse candidates or policies or we don't know our candidates or parties. But it is thanks to him that we're able to have such a major presence here in Arizona. Okay. And where do you root from? Where does it look ahead America root from? Is it D.C. based or Arizona based? Well, we have leadership in over 30 different states. So we're national based. We have over 3000 volunteers coast to coast. We have a national staff, but we're somewhat spread out. But I personally am D.C. based, but we've got people everywhere. We've got eyes and ears everywhere. We've got activists everywhere. And what is the main message of look ahead America? Is it more of a conservative message or preserve the constitution? Is there a particular message that we don't do message? There's too much messaging. It's just a bunch of bullshit. We're here at this Coventry. You look at the stage. They're just, I just was listening to somebody gasping about they're in the skulls and they're putting your kids in dresses and not telling you about it. We know all the problems. We're not about messages. We're not about talking about action. Look at how Americans the action. We solved the problems. We address them. We bring resolutions. We've had victories already this year. A very simple example is that in the state of Georgia, right now, only urban progressive counties are allowed to vote on Sundays. And what happens to this counties is that the urban progressive churches gather all their members and they all go vote together. It's not allowed in the rural patriotic counties of Georgia. So our efforts in Georgia have been focused on flipping rural patriotic counties so that they can also have their church's organized souls to the polls and vote on the Sunday's leading up to the election. So far we've already flip one of the biggest counties in Georgia, Cherokee county, and we're looking to flip another hundred in the next year. So that is concrete results. When we look at the state of New Jersey, we thanks to our efforts to educate state legislators in that state on the problems with black box voting with dominion and E S and NASA systems. We've had a stake center introduce our own legislation to ban that equipment. So these are victories that we're stacking. These are real actions that make a difference. We're not just talking about we're not just messaging out. At our heart, we are America first. That is what drives our ideology and our agenda. And we're going to expand that into different issues. But right now, our focus is our getting rid of CRT and we have a very concrete plan where people listen to this can take action to actually have victory small victories at the local level, which is where community organizing really happens. We registered over 10,000 new patriotic voters right here in Arizona, and we're continuing that nationwide. So these are really concrete actions where the people listening, we will click you to work, not talking about problems up being aware of the problems, but actually doing something to solve them. What is the biggest problem right now facing America? Lack of community organizing on the right. And that is what look ahead America is meant to result. Look, whether we're losing battles at the school board level regarding CRT and transgenderism, whether we're losing vows at the state level regarding election integrity and how the elections are unworthy we're losing battles at the national level with our brothers and sisters being persecuted for their political beliefs and exercising their First Amendment rights on January 6th and they're being held in gulags and persecuted not for what they did before what they believe. The reason we're losing these battles continuously is because of a lack of community organizing. The left would never tolerate this why? Because they would have a massive number of people show up in D.C. and demand these people to be released. They would fill the halls of their state legislatures. They would bombard with comments and activism, the school boards. We're not doing that on our side because of the lack of hierarchy of lack of leadership, lack of resources. That's what look ahead America is delivering in state after state, and we're starting small. We don't have a lot of money. We don't have a billionaire backing us like the left does, but we've raised some significant money. We have some significant donors and we're just organizing state after state and finding small victories that we get bigger victories later on. You speak of George sos when you mentioned billionaire back in the left? Sure. I mean, look, the left doesn't have to beg for money to fund their community organizing efforts. They have people lining up to fund it. Look at America, you know, I started this organization four years ago, and we got nowhere. It wasn't until our efforts with the voter integrity project to discover legal ballots that we were able to get some headway and raise some money. Unfortunately, we've been able to raise some money. We've got a reasonable donor based, but we need so much more to be active in all the states to have professional staff in states. Talk a little bit about the January 6th hostages being held. I mean, they're not hostages, but these people that were I would say hostages, I would use that word. What's happening there in that regard? What are you learning? What's going on? You're saying gulag. They're being tortured. Look ahead, America has been the national leader on this issue. We've been engaged with this all the way back to January when we demanded through letters that the part of justice and FBI drop all charges against nonviolent offenders. Matt, were you involved in this before Marjorie Taylor Greene? Yes, we broke the eyesight. In fact, Margie is a friend of our organization to spoken at our events. But going all the way back to January, we are the ones that first wrote the letters to the Department of Justice asked them to release these people because it was an injustice. After that, members of Congress started sending letters. We held the first rally at the Department of Justice. Paul gosar spoke at it. This was back earlier this year. After we had our event at the Department of Justice members of Congress, showed up at the Department of Justice, then we held a big rally at the prison itself in D.C. and then members of Congress to start going to the prison. And we held a massive rally at the U.S. capitol in September. And we've also held about 30 events at state capitals all across the country. So we have sort of been an icebreaker on this issue where we're very grateful that members of Congress have followed up and continue to investigate continue to demand action, but we've been leading the fight on this going all the way back to January. So you're the front line for those people being held, why is it that they're being held as their political prisoners, aren't they? They are. And the reason they're being held is because the left knee is there for there to be a narrative about there being an instruction. They need this insurrection to have happened for them to be the greatest threat to American democracy in our history. And you can't have an insurrection without insurrectionists and instructions need to be punished to focus in the law. That's why these people are being persecuted for having a ten minute self guided tour of a public building and causing no damage and assaulting nobody. This is the premise that so much of their agenda depends on. Well, why do we need CRT in schools?.

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"matt q" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Here bill boys. He's part of the brass of salem headquarters. Fill a sent an email yesterday telling us to tell our listeners and viewers. that's you folks. I'm sorry but that's who you are that they are having a What is it. Can you read it. I really don't understand this now. This is a culture warrior. Contests believe it or not. It says this show wants to honor. And that's this show. Eric metaxas show honor those in american life or standing up for what they believe in. Okay we know there is a cultural war going on around us. But some people rise up and become culture warriors. You can nominate one of those as the twenty twenty one. Salem culture warrior of the year just go to in orcs website metaxas talk dot com and click on the banner just let us know give praising the courage meant to a culture warrior that you believe deserves it for this are we now is the is the secret idea that everybody on my program who listens to this program is gonna is gonna vote for me. I win this. I hope so. I mean i don't really understand if you don't vote for me. What does that say about you. I got my relationship with you. Kansas williams one he won last year's are definitely. Don't vote for his own. She's already got one of these on her mantelpiece. So enough about can enough okay. He's got one on her mantelpiece. I don't have an emmy a tony. I got nothing. So you wanna go to metaxas talk dot com and you wanna vote for a culture warrior. I guess i mean i would. I would vote for mike lindell. Because i love him Let me ask also when you go to my taxes talk dot com and yet now you have to go there yet. I'm sorry you have to go. It's a legal requirement. You want to go to jail or what. No you don't want to go to jail. You wanna go to metaxas talk dot com when you go there You're going to see the banner for the ice offending freedom. Ladies and gentlemen. We need your help on being blunt. Some of you can give very generously. This is a place. You don't need to think very hard whether this is worth your giving. This is about as good as it gets. If you could give them a million dollars. I would say you should do it. They need your help. They need our help. They are the front line of defense in religious liberty everywhere. In america judeo christian values christian specifically are being attacked for what reason wealth for no good legal reason but for reasons of cultural animus against people of faith if we don't stand and fight in the courts if we don't support the defending freedom the whole nation goes down without religious liberty and i've argued this many times in my books and other places we cannot have in america and because we've not been teaching this in schools. People don't really understand what's the big deal. It sounds like a religious thing. Maybe you're not that religious. It's not about that it's about america. It's about liberty it's about your.

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"matt q" Discussed on GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES

GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES

"I eat forty-six hotdogs george forty six short boy short points You know my buddy luke. Sign me up for a hotdog eating contest and college as a joke. One time and then reached out to bills hotdog factory and said i wanted a sponsorship and call me did take now. Well the walked because it was making fun of me for being fat. Yeah it's okay. I should have what he's like. Matt you fucking hot dogs. And i'm like i. I enjoy hotdogs. I don't love hot dogs. All the time. I two dogs tops. He's fuck using fifteen twenty dollars. Yeah family gathers. We signed me up for a hotdog eating contest. Yep and the bread and the water many messages bills hotdog factory in facebook in says. Hey my buddy. Matt matt k. Needs a sponsor for his next hotdog eating competition. And may call me okay. This is so and so from bills opt-out tractor. We heard you need a sponsor. Yeah i'm like this is awesome right now. Yeah all right. We will eat hotdogs. Call subway doing a long waiting competition. I'm in okay. Somebody's bills hotdogs on every podcast. Yeah that's not a thing all platters now. I know that's what i said. Okay the six because they were expensive to a bread baking oven. Yeah that could accommodate a six foot long piece of bread. Do you think that maybe what they did in the past because they were cutting into one second one injustice anyway two or three. I know you're going to say and the answer is no they come off other pieces of bread and then just stuck it all the wrong. It's wrong. I'm one hundred. I knew a guy who owned a subway. Yep you've seen heavyweights have new. I'm he's holding up a fucking six hundred forty. That's that's hollywood. Good pull out your fucking phone and just search. Six foot sub sandwich k. Somebody does it. Subway eat friday. Don't do it. I bet bouche amis the original. Yeah and they have to put seventeen layers of meat on your fucking sandwich. That's okay that a bad thing going meet. I didn't say it was a six foot. Giant sub from subway just called the giant sub. Not along boys called along boeing on boy. This is just answering the question but it says a six foot sub is ninety nine dollars and ninety eight cents at twenty five bucks piece. Hold on.

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"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Can check us out on memorize that list. The list is long. Or like i'll. I'll spare all of you and yeah you can just check us out at two game ads on youtube or two gay matt's the podcast and yep and at map palmer music on i also am a musician Just put out an ap called the good parts of the seven song ep. It's kind of like pop. Rb stuff and that's available wherever you get your music spotify if anyone downloads. I tunes things anymore. That would be great. I don't even know if that's an option but wherever you can listen to music my Ep the good parts is available. It has The first video. I don't want it and do again. Also so both are available. Amazing the thank you both so much. This was so much fun. I think you so much for having a great oh right. We're almost there. We're almost at the end of show. Back burst our chasers chasers or the good stuff that helps the bad shit. Go down easier. Starting with do better white people were. We highlight some anti-racism resources and other actions to make our world a little bit better. This week i wanted to mention two things. One is just a simple thing. That i i don't know if we've really called out before. Which is i know. Instagram just changed their profile interface. So that you can add your pronouns on instagram. And i feel like yeah. We just haven't talked about like adding your pronouns to all of your profiles and even like your email signature Something that everybody should do. It's super easy to just slap that onto the end of your your profile Because it just affirms the fact that you you shouldn't assume anybody's gender Until they've told you it or confirmed it in some way and that is a very easy simple way to do that. Instagram made it really easy. The other thing i wanted to mention was the tech talk strike. I know very little about talk to begin with. I did just start using it. Exclusively for what. I discovered is Tolkien just about lord of the rings and then cottage core. Because while i might not participate fully. I do really enjoy watching. Other people. participate in that So i am getting more familiar. But i have a feeling. This strike is not about either of those sections. I will say. Also that the corner of tick-tock that i've seen the most is guinea pig to talk because their brand of mine we always joke about guinea pigs and they send me. There's a lot of guinea pig accounts. Anyway obviously dance crazes or beg on tech talk. Who had a sort of the stereotypical tick tock thing But so many of these. I would say most of the choreography behind these dance. Crazes is made by black creators. And what often happens. Is that the creators of this content and up getting kind of buried beneath people who copy them and then they go on attributed and oftentimes white creators will end up getting all of the followers and then all of the sponsorship money or get invited on late night shows. I mean i think the famous example was there was a crater who got invited on the tonight show. Then everybody was like right again. Those dances all the ones that she did were like made by black creators. Who aren't credited here. So the point is it's important to know where the content that you're consuming comes from so in particular using engagement tools for marginalized creators. So i mean. I know this is kind of like As someone who has spent a lot of time on the internet this it's annoying to even say but it's like things like liking commenting sharing doing all three of those things on one post is a huge help for those those creators for any create or So just being aware of when when you're liking commenting sharing saving images and videos. That boosts those craters so make sure that your diversifying your feed and then engaging with with the people particularly marginalized creators so that they are not buried in the algorithm. What tv shows. Are you watching this week. Boy oh boy did i watch a lotta tv. I i was mostly off the week before last and really watched a lot of tv. During that time. So i finished mythic quest really enjoyed that I finished what we do in. The shadows also really enjoyed that also. Because i finished the second season of. I think you should leave. Which is co created. By tim robinson ronaldson a comedian also co created. A show called detroiters with sam richardson. Who plays richard split on veep. It's about these two characters Who run pretty much just like a bad ad agency in detroit. So they're doing lows like bad local commercials and that's what they do. It's only two seasons. It's only ten episodes per seasons. Which is it's only ten episodes per season. Which is absolutely heartbreaking. Because it's a near perfect show. It is so funny. It's so ridiculous but also grounded and sweet but also so ridiculous And i'm really enjoying it. So yeah been watching a lot of tv. What about you I've been watching a lot of older stuff. That's so unlike you. I know the past couple of weeks. I've been watching like a huge smattering of a bunch of old staff up. But the two things that i keep going back to and watching more and more of is parks and rec and bob's burgers. Both of which i mean. I've seen all of. But those two shows i feel like i often. They're not necessarily in my rotation of like when i'm bored i put on this show so this has been an occasion to go back and like specifically rewatch them and i'm enjoying them both. But and then of course awfully I think you should leave. So i literally the most insane show and there were a couple of moments in this season where i genuinely like scream laughed out loud joke but yeah anyway so really enjoy that. What is your non tv chaser. I don't know if you're going to have the same way. My hairstyles announced his two. And he's doing two nights. I mean you. And i were so excited for harry styles. Halloween show in twenty twenty that then obviously got cancelled which was devastating. Also made sense but he's doing two shows one the night before halloween and went on halloween. And obviously we're going to be going to both. Obviously we're gonna be dressed in two different costumes one for each night I'm so excited. I'm so happy also phoebe. Bridges is going on tour and she announced her concert. And i have an alarm in my calendar for one to get ready to get those tickets tomorrow. And i'm so excited. So yeah so that's my chase for the weakest. I'm very very excited about that. What about you. What's your tv chaser. Dot i'm also very excited about looking forward to october. It's not bad far away. Which is tariffs not horrible. In addition to that. I'll say i was very excited by the emi announcements this week multiple. Our guests complainers Most excitingly. mj rodriguez. We just had Made history the first ever trans will be nominated..

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"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"When it comes back around to being zipping acceptable to me. I also to me. It's like oh everyone has grown up looking at this. And seeing i would always i would always watch it when it was on the broadway production recorded. Yes i would see it on different concerts and everything like all other kids doing that. And i just assumed all other kids were doing is. They had a history with cats so the trailer was matt palmer's first exposure to cads and i was like what's so upsetting about this is kat. It's right expecting. That was never seen seen seen a production of a pre vat movies so i was in the same boat but had the opposite reaction. So oh you need to see the recorded broadway production. Then you'll get it. You'll be like oh i understand. Rice is right. I yeah it is on my list. I yeah i love that. We kind of came. We came full circle. you know. i think. I'm now kind of in the middle of the map. Palmer matt steel spectrum again. Which i welcome. Yeah so before we end. Where can people find each of you and your work. You're you're both doing stuff outside of the podcast to Yeah so you can find me on twitter and instagram at its matt. Steel so it s. s. t. e. l. e. find. I just released a movie This past year called divas that i wrote and produced and starred in everything and that's available right now on amazon prime for free for pride and you'll love it. It's about bitchy boys in their high school musical. Sort of like a retelling of all about eve but setting high school in about boys And you can also find rent or buy anywhere or buy movies amazon. Itunes youtube movies. Google play fandango. Now all that fun stuff and yeah you.

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"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Saying i'm you are completely connected. I guarantee you. There are some lamps out. There who are pro helicopter like yeah helicopter that dick. Yeah that seems like a pretty safe guarantee. Maybe they're more of like a emancipation story. Yeah that's an eagles. I'm c. square stan. Right there. sure stand and then to end. I want to get back to so matt palmer. You had on your list. Cats the film and i. We're going to be wild girl. Okay well i mean we have to dwell on it i will say i am a proponent of cats the film those my last movie that i saw pre quarantine i saw rowdy screening of it at alamo draft house. It was one of the best movie going experiences I on ironically love. I found cats to be lake disturbing and upsetting in a way that so visceral and like like. I couldn't get out of the theater fast. i've never. I think i've only left a movie. One time i walked out of cars like high school or whatever. This was the first time that i really wanted to leave since then. Just the animation of how the human cats were and how they were their faces. Looked jason derulo. Who was eating the roaches. As who was that taylor swift when she popped out and everyone's cat parts it was really something to behold and that was. I was in a worst mood that day than i was for all of covet. There was no low that was as loud like a. It was the worst thing that happened to me but he had to stay because we were reviewing it on our two game. That's youtube channel and i. This was my most anticipated movie. Ever and so. I was so ready for salt three times in theaters and had a wild time. Each time i feel is yeah. Okay matt tell me okay. There are parts of the cats movie that are questionable nauseating. But do you not find that from judi. Dench entrance until the end of skin'll shanks. It is a beautiful movie. I think it's stunning. like that. chunk is just so well done.

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"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Hand. You a those little plastic tubs of ice cream with the wooden stick far song and it would just be a little of annella and when i was a little kid i was just like what the hell is. This isn't about this. Yeah those little plastic cups that was like not even ice cream. So that's hard. That's a hard thing. Do i judge manila on. Because i don't think those had any flavor. I mean ice cream in general is also something that i find a little overrated amongst people i e early turnovers mike off. I can do love ice cream. If ice cream is available i will eat it and i enjoy it but i do think people go a little hard for it and i'm like okay calm down. Sure i guess that's a topic for another day anyway. So vanilla ice cream starting off strong. Do we want witch off and do other matt. Yeah sure. I can do mine mine. I may have misunderstood the assignment just a little bit. Because i don't know that people love this. Okay we can just hate stuff. That's okay the thing that i hate is okay. I've always in life had a thing about. I'm i feel like self. Respect is big for me. And i feel like how other people live out their lives. I want them to be displaying. Self respect as well sure. And for whatever reason when i see a human being there somewhat and the thing is we all run are running late from time to time where people busy lives when i see someone running around and full day wear. Non athletic clothing like rushing to their meeting running on foot. I i truly break out in hives. Like i cannot deal. I understand that you're late. it's very important. You must get there. But i feel like once you've walked outside the door you have to make peace. It's like i'm late. It's gonna happen for me today and that's okay. It's like when you're late for something in a car. They say if you go ten miles over the speed limit your just more likely to get into an accident than you make it to your place any sooner. I feel like that should apply to being on foot as well. And has this bit me in the ass. Have i've been late so things have been going to play with my boyfriend. He has begun running any books back. Ameinias like are we going to rush to get to this place. And i just looked at him and said no no. I will not and where we late. Yes we have to wait until like fifteen minutes and for us to sit down. Yes and he wasn't thrilled about that. But i have to look at myself. In the mir later. And if i were to have been completely covered in sweat from running from point a point b. I can do when i tell you. This is infuriating to live because nothing is worse than like being late to a play or a movie. And i remember one time. I was running with map home or somewhere. This is when we first met started living together and we were going somewhere and i was. I wasn't even running. I was just like brisk walk. Which like you know. I'm pretty fast. Walker in general. And.

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"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"By people and the fact that there seems to be such a snobbery around the cleaver vanilla. Yeah because it's kind of like okay. It seems like if you're oh. I don't want vanilla ice cream. It's too basic from your whatever. The vanilla stands come through the woodwork. And they're just like. Oh well maybe you just don't get it see my palate is so sophisticated and i can sense the the notes of vanilla bean better than you may be. There's just such an elitism with vanilla. Vanilla has put in no work. Wow okay. I've been biting my tongue for a long time. I saw. I saw the list of what matt steele was saying for his rants. Two out of three of them including this one our personal attacks against me. It is very common knowledge in our home that i am very pro vanilla and pro. French allah whipped cream. We've argued about this several times. I feel like this is now being used as a platform to attack me. And i don't know that that's fair. Yeah i think it's funny. I had the same reaction. I think it's funny. That you've invented this villain of like stand like our bonilla's stands out there. How often malign vanilla as like a boring flavor. And now i feel like i need to assume the role of manila bill. And because i. I will go hard for me. I feel like i recently came into my love of vanilla because it is often people are like it's just boring. We need something else mixed in. We need something but it sounds like you've become an adult and so i'm excited for matt steel to join the party. I will never join this party. I i am on the opposite end of town at a different party. And that is the chocolate party because chocolate maybe as subtle as someone punching you in the face like obviously like it's the opposite of vanilla at least chocolate puts in the work like vanilla does nothing for you sure. No one needs something to compliment it. In order for me to handle it i i would agree that i am often like. I'm never like oh. I would love scoop of vanilla ice cream right now like i. You know it goes with something else. I'm usually like. I enjoy it as as an accompaniment but i do think it deserves credit on. Its own but i remember being a little agree with you. I remember being a child and they would like.

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"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Has stuck with me but i i do think and i don't want to lean into anything that is you know where where what is comfortable to you. Okay but i do think long socks have the effect of making your legs look less honed. Because it's like. I think in my personal opinion i enjoy a lower leg is you know the calf and then it comes in and it's there's that it's smaller out. The bottom people often call cavs the booty of the leg. Yeah and i think when you when you cover the lower leg has the effect of making the makes it look like it's just like a kind of trunk you lose anyway. I just old enough to remember when not wearing socks with shoes was all the confirmation that you needed that someone was fully gay. In fact i have a text. One of the first screen shot at a text message from my mom was when she said is not wearing is no socks agape thing because she saw nate burqas on oprah and i was like i mean yes. That's beautiful. what else do i hate or do you want you throw on all right so one thing that i hate that everyone else loves to do. And this is maybe. This is a little controversial. But i think we should just completely do away with saying you're welcome when i say thank you and then someone says you're welcome. I want to punch them in the goddamn facing. Fuck you okay. You think you're better than me. I already thank to you. I already did that. And now you saying you're welcome. It makes me actually resent having said thank you especially for like a small task. Yeah i think that you should say my pleasure if it truly was your pleasure or no worries if it was something that was kind of annoying but like it's not a big deal but to me you're welcome is just like okay so you're a bitch red and people love saying you're welcome because it just like it makes them feel like higher up. You know like. I did the thing. Yeah i remember reading something about how like so an older person a boomer says thank you and they expect you to say you're welcome. Yeah and it's like no. I did the thing already. I did what i was supposed to do. And you thanked me for it. Transaction over yeah or when they tax. And it's just your you are tony butters. I'm like not not enough. Yeah no at that point. That's a real slap in the face next this we probably talked about in some form but vegetables on pizza know place for vegetables on pizza. I don't care what okay fucking onion on my pizza. Fuck pepper on my pizza fucker. Olive in particular. That's insane that's in here all lives on pizza. But it's the black olives right. The ones that are lack of language. God wine olives on pizzas. I will vomit right here. That is disgusting god. Sometimes so we'll go get pizza and like sometimes we'll do like half disgusting and then half what i like which is mostly just meat and cheese off one. Little olive will get on my half and it's like okay. Well now. this entire meal is ruined just throughout the entire pizza. Ya i just. It looks like a fish. I staring back at me. It looks like a little beatles asshole okay. another one for me is I i love the end result of a manicure. I love the way it looks. I actually really hate getting manicures specifically when they push back your cuticle that to me. I don't know how people just sit there and don't make faces. They said there. And they're like la la la but that feeling to me. I hate it so much. Also when they scrape off all your calluses in a pedicure. I'm always i'm so ticklish. I always liked kick and like can't sit still and it just it's so embarrassing but specifically pushing back cuticle during manicures and like just the whole process of getting manicure. It's not relaxing to me. It's not fun. I only do it. Every so often. For the end product of pretty nails But like i hate actually getting manicures. And pedicures i am lake literally shivering and writhing describe. Just 'cause i yeah. I've gotten a like a manicure twice. I think vat cuticle. Part is enough to make it not worth it. The entire thing it lights up the top of my head. I is that a thing like out of anxiety like the top of my head gets tingling but not in a nice way and like a like a fighter flight kind of way is that normal is that probably and finally this one honestly is what what inspired. This is again. Not something that people like love. Just something i want to bitch about. Which is the rules of the garbage rooms in my building. I'm so fucking sick of people who live in apartment building. So i live in an apartment. Buildings with the every floor has a trash room that has a trash chute. Okay know there's a hole in the wall and you put your bag in the hole and it goes all the way down to the bottom. That is all you have to do. Walk down the hallway and put a bag of garbage in a hole in the wall literally the most convenient possible way of getting rid of garbage as someone who grew up in the suburbs and every week you had to drag this giant big heavy garbage can all the way to the end of a driveway. Might have raccoons in it. You never know you have no idea. What wildlife is nested in that garbage can overnight or around the garbage area. Oftentimes there are multiple cans that you have to take out because it's a it's worth of entire families garbage. All you have to do an apartment building with the garbage chute is carrier fucking bag to a hole in the wall and somehow people still fuck it up the amount of times that i open that trash chute and there's just multiple bags shoved in their stuck so i have to get everything lose or someone puts a pizza box in there or are building very specifically says on the wall. Do not leave anything on the floor of the trash room. Nobody is going to come and pick it up for you. And what do i see. Every time i walk in the fucking room. Someone has left something on the floor. And it makes me i rate because i'm like such a rule follower and like i everytime i down a cardboard box that i've gotten which everyone gets everything delivered so automatically. I have plenty of them. They bury specifically say. Don't leave your broken down. Cardboard boxes in the trash room okay. There's been in the basement that you have to carry it down to and people still fucking just leave it on broken down just the full box just put in the room. No rueda also. It's one of those things where it's like. What do you like when it's not there later on like who do you think did that. One of your neighbors. I dunno i. It's just like yeah. Someone obviously probably who works for the building did this and it's like so you feel like you've got away with it because it worked. I guess and you can continue doing it but like anyway. I hope you die. I just this is why i wish karma israel yeah and i hope that one day when you own an apartment building. Everyone and leaves their shed. And that's it for this week's deep dive nattiest. We got matt's steel and map palmer on the pod right after this commercial break..

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"matt q" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Off type of review that is almost the opposite to that so i was trying to book that was going to be anti twitter the onto cynicism so inevitably is going to get some pushback in a way when you have kind of slightly nervous feeling in your stomach but you still want to do something. That's a good energy to kind of get you for it because then you really trusting your own in a radar of the main tube of it about the outside voices so if if not you know 'cause ways to get confidence do if you gallon social media and ceo of got did for things this any good then people say yes i am. That's one way to get external approval. Another way is to actually get extended disapproval least the idea of disapproval for something and then still want to do it. Then you kinda know you've got something that's true to you because there's nothing was eight having a a a success. I suppose if you don't really feel it But there's nothing less than having a failure and actually having a failure that's authentic if a book doesn't do well but you meant everywhere. It never really fails like failure in my experience. It feels like something by you. Remain proud of and so will you can do at the end of the day is have legitimate reasons for rising. Something doesn't mean everyone else is gonna think that legitimate reasons of people might be cynical about If you know in your heart that you wrote it to some sort of offensive reason ben people caught she take away from you. External voices it could. I mean it's a very nice raging good grades but could protect the zero point zero one star rating on good reads from a million people hating it. But if you genuinely fouts you writing for tree for reasons than the will stay. Yeah net should be the focal point of creation. To begin with you know may not that if you could tap into that place with everything in ultimately i think perhaps in your entire life. Really then you're just going to track into happiness and fulfillment in a different way. That outside of the pattern framework of what are kind of social cultural impositions. Trying and s- scaffolding forced to walk through. I love that nervous kind of feeling. You're talking about bowie difficult. Put this Beautifully always stuck in my mind re talked about through our all his changes No pun intended He every time that he went into a new artistic path he needed to feel like he was walking out into the ocean on off the shore. And the second that your feet your toes kind of stopped touching the ground a little bit in your floating but you can still sort of feel the the bottom of the ocean tap of the to- every once in a while so you're sort of stable but you're a little uncomfortable. That's the feeling i need. And when i feel that i know that i'm doing something that is broadening is stretching me but also feels rooted in who i am. I love the idea on sessile slightly. I'm bama he he did it. It would go in different directions. They wouldn't always going the radio direction. He probably was feeding that when he was stunning. Next to being you know he was probably when he was doing a christmas song. All when he was doing a possibly ill-advised abc's musical or something he. He was always surprising. You know machine wherever you say about ten machine that was. He was always doing something that wasn't expected. You know even the eighties by ballots of the Neglected area by and you know for some legitimate reasons. I feel like he was always. He was always doing stuff out right for him than sitting it through some filter that off external approval or being cad about to just two weights. I've had that poem me That are unhealthy for creativity. One of them is obviously when you're just going from a dollar and you gain for commercial success and you just sort of you doing the thing that precisely the publishers want you to publish. In that moment you're doing I dunno sequel to something or did not your heart's not in and then there's another one which is a bit hard to talk about which is where it's insecurity where you're wanting some kind of approval from yourself from other people. That's not coming from a tree replace is coming from a slightly Pretentious plays or the way. I i suppose i relate this when i used to really pretends back on. The right was my favorite novel. It wasn't I really liked having our myself. But when i was a young writer. Emma certain rights is normally. British rights is our generation names. I would massively. i'd almost of his career. Oh ki the russians of that were to try and get some of the kudos. I have by imitating but obviously you can't imitate people who are doing that. An original thing and this is the record companies publishers. And people don't always understands you can't replicate originality you. You simply can't do it so you can't be. I don't know i'm thinking. I'm thinking of my taste potential student up time. You know so wherever is breakfast announcer. What have you become something. That's already bat itself. You know about about spaces taking so. I feel like with any kind of foam any kind of creativity to be truly creative. Your you're continually trying to find that space that only you can fill because you're being directly true That comes dangerous oppose on pretty facing a stage in my career with semi books. The my about way you almost have created during space To al in the sense that you really know what you stunned for in people's minds and members of risk that you just become a brand of yourself you keep on doing the same things which is why for instance after the comfort book. I'm determined going to do. But i'm not doing anything. That's related to mental health or except the broader sons in the way everything's related to mental health by i'm going to Yeah try and take a left hand somewhere identified is i want to get off the Track i'm not because i regret anything i've written but because going full at i won't failed out sentences the new again now. Maybe you could pull a bowie or radiohead given the discomfort book. Really take it in a different direction. Too much comfortable because they will be out there called.

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"matt q" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"And there's all these different lists so you can like shop. My podcasting gear makeup. That i recommend beauty stuff is also the same as makeup that i recommend in home staff and daniels corner all sorts of stuff. Go there and follow me at allison resin on twitter and instagram. Do you want to toss out. Your social media stuff's. I'm just basically on instagram. At that logan. It's private. But i'll let you in if you're nice to me and you obvious bought that's like trying to spammy with like you know. Nfc's or something a lot of crap like everybody's four x investor so yeah just You can follow me. And if i don't approve you because you might be a by. I'm convinced that you just trying to sell us. What otherwise. yeah you can find me. There are some tony what about you. I'm antoni tax paxton on twitter and instagram. i plan to start bullying else online about the Podcast queant look then. My podcast bizarre albums. Every tuesday awesome. Thank you again matt. This was great listeners. Thank you for listening. I love you you matter. Goodbye show but now we gotta go a rosy view.

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"matt q" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"matt q" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"I was kind of disappointed. Because it's like you know. This is my one opportunity in life to like walker red carpet and get excited about it. Sounds stupid superficial. But i was like be cool for maddie you know. I want her to be able to experience this. And it was going to be great. And then that all got taken away and so they're like we're gonna. We're gonna do this netflix thing. And then i got a call from producer. David bowe who had been talking forever. And he's like i just want to give you a little heads up. There's gonna be some news dropping in the next couple of days. I don't know when but he's like through their production company. Barack michelle obama are going to sign on as producing partners for this movie. And i was just like i mean i just started crying because it's like you go through all this shit and like some of it you expect. You know this movie's happening in your expecting all this stuff to happen. And it's pretty cool like just as a person it's like oh cool. They're making a movie about your life. That's pretty neat. Actually and then you find out that obama knows your name. Because that's all i heard was not that he's producing this movie but he knows my he's heard my name in this movie because they kept my name in it and so i thought like i'm glad that he knows my name that way. And it's like commute. My sentence was like penalty. Looking for another july january six insurrectionist. Matt logan xactly and those are the things that i think. Probably most of my family might be known for insurrection but just dumb shit And so it was kind of a. It was a nice feeling and it felt like validating lana ways right because i wrote this book and i don't consider myself a writer and you think about all the places. This has gone which. I never expected like i wrote it. I thought maybe my mom and read it up. Couple of companies. I never expected to end up on the on the best seller list. I never expected to sell as many copies i've sold. I've never expected it to be back in print now with a new title..

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"matt q" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"matt q" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Www wake. I this is jamie bamberg. Katie sack off. I am tomo panicky. I play hilo on the hit television series battle star galactica and you're listening to sci-fi talk seen one apple take to the umbilically. I've laid down to flock on andrew. You're listening to the wonderful five five talk. I heartily endorse your listener. Ever thank you as i said on time castle. He think a conversation with matt froward would be a lot of fun. It's certainly was. He's playing data lewis on television series olympus and this acura certainly play all kinds of roles comic tragic pathos you name it. He's done it and also impacted a lot of great movies. And here's my conversation with roy moore talking data on olympus have actually just seeing the pilot of olympus and it's it's pretty cool i. I really love greek mythology. I kind of that was like my introduction before superheroes in comics. So yeah it. Kinda was the The precursor to The marvel comics. Domain wasn't a watch they even borrow known. I mean all. That mythology is certainly apparent in batman. Superman all that stuff so yeah marvel even borrowed one of the norse gods and turned into a comic book hero to i guess so. Yeah store that's right. You know what. I like about this character is you know. He's he's the smartest guy in the room. And you mentioned an interview that he's like sherlock holmes which you played in the past in quite well by the way and also That he kind of has some baggage a little bit too and you know he kind of has an emotional weight on him kind of talk about this guy and then how you found your way to how iphone my way to the character and how. I felt my way to the part two different things. I worked with nick willing before frank On alice playing the white knight in the the alice miniseries. Nick presented this character to and very very interesting fellow. 'cause he's He's full of rage. He's full of self-loathing. Ease he's grief-stricken when we I meet him The feels responsible for his son's death. Because this this flying machine and his son. Chris got close to the sun. And yeah huber Let them fall to his death. This kind of nihilism and cynicism is is eating away at at daedelus it's a very interesting character because he He manages to keep all this that that may through his work. Of course his is is the god that that that he worship to to At the expense of of everything including love. So it's a very interesting kind of nihilistic self-destructive in a way character you know what's interesting is he kinda share that quality with sherlock holmes a little bit too. Yeah yeah. I mean they they kind of privacy of that of that kind of intellect isolating you from the world i mean and it's it's an interesting point because there's a there's a literal tower that's He and his son up daedelus knickers google or walk up in. But but also the figurative ivory tower that You know isolate some from the rest of the world which is his intellect. He's imprisoned by king minos and it's kind of like one of these deals where you can have everything you want to build things and use your intellect. You just can't leave exactly you get all the to all the tools and and all the all the toys whatever you want to experiment. Let's say let your in let go crazy but It's locked within these four walls because you have to serve me so there's no freedom for this boy also interesting about about this the series that i liked and by the way the flying machine looked a little davinci to me so you kind of beat them to the punch which is cool is is this riddle. That at that queen media has to solve Because it essentially you get free passage to olympus which is part of the you know the thing of the show and had his data was kind of get involved with the with the rental who will he To give a spoiler but you know kinda yeah. I know i'm trying to sort of keep it sort of at arm's length in talking about. Let's talk about something else the he he's fascinated by the By by the gods and the and the control they have over man and comes to. This comes to this conclusion. That the that the god is within us and and still still needs to be destroyed. You know but it but of course great tragedy is pointed out that thank god is is work and once he realizes that it's he's able to pass that on then then he's okay with himself and I i can't. I say any no. That was good. That was very good. Has everything and yet nothing good. No it's you know i. I like a little tease and that was good. That was very go. Do and also looks interesting from what i've seen from just photographs and things and just getting from the first episode in kind of meeting medina really well is that i think there could be an interesting relationship with her on the series coming up. I think that's fair to say that. Yes yeah yeah. He's got an agenda two for she Yeah that's right and every everyone does have you have an agenda and everyone has their Their their own journey and You know you know given that. I'm kind of rejected by my own. Son my one of my goals to overcome migrants. You know what's interesting is is the use of green screen on this series patio. That looks it. Looks so some of the visuals were you know. Were you almost wanna pause. The wanted to pause the movie just to watch it that. See the vision i know it's astounding. What they what they achieved. I mean there's so so many green screen shots and so much of this was done a green screen. I'd done quite a bit of green screen. Before so i knew what was involved and and you know the whole business. Okay now imagine the pterodactyl six feet above your head and you're kind of waving nothing or waving or worse waving at a a tennis ball on a stick thinking. I hope this isn't going to be too big. Extensive doesn't begin to describe it. Let me put it this way by the end of the first week of filming so low. The color green couldn't order a salad at the restaurant. It was just unbelievable but Yeah i mean all all credit to got the the effects guys the crew were were just astounding us Yeah the We managed to ten pounds in a one pound bag and some of the some of the backdrops are absolutely spectacular. As i am. db's has your about.

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"matt q" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"matt q" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

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"matt q" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"matt q" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Is selling eighty percent of your business. The people who don't play those big songs is like taking that skew out on my cats here taking. That's you out and losing eighty percent of your business. How in the world. How lawyers for those only listen to us on i tunes or whatever you can only get the audio but do post this on my. You do post the video on youtube if you wanna if you see mats cat show up his backside anyway. My point like you one product. That's that's making most of your money. You take that how. That's basically what musicians do when they're not when they wanna play his music that they like the no one else knows. It's like you need to have more sense than everyone making money. If you just wanna be musician. You're doing it for funding. You don't care. Do you wanna make it a small business. You gotta suck people with the size of people now right and like the example you use with you got ten skews and one of them's making eighty percent. You need to really really pay attention to that one skew and do more or figure out how to blow that one up exactly. I honestly that seems like business one on one to me but i guess it really is but you know i think business one. Oh one yeah. It's people get to too proud or pigeonholed in into something In the military planning process we call that falling in love with your plan like no. We're we're go. I got this great plan over here. Like yeah but we're not attacking that hill anymore. We're attacking the one over here but over here. That's not what the enemy is or deviate too slow and follow what the success is. Yeah sure you know really music when when you're when you're putting songs out there and you're you're paying attention to what the feedback your audience is giving back to you. They're telling you what they wanna hear. They tell they're telling you what they like. And so you have to all the time absolutely. I try to pay attention as much as i possibly. Can it's obvious you can feel in my business. You can feel the energy of the crowd when they're liking song. So especially. When i'm playing stuff like i know certain songs that work in certain songs don't in a while play a new song and it gets different reaction from the crowd. And i'm i'm immediately do i play. I gotta continue to play. That was an honors and originals. Yeah so i mean they really is business. One one say it. I've never heard a musician. Put it that way. And so it's really cool to hear because there are common themes among all businesses and entrepreneurship is a process. It's it's not. People think that entrepreneurship is is the ideal product or the ideal service. Entrepreneurship is a process. And you just grab ideas and run them through the process. Greg song ideas in run through the process and the ones that come out on the other end and people buy them those. You can start developing grower of that. Yeah exactly yeah. I'm curious. I i had several years ago. I accidentally bumped into. He's not the original lead guitarist of whitesnake. But he's the currently guitars awaits. Take one thing. He told me this short conversation. We had because there was hardly anybody there. But i went up and introduce myself to him and mike i go. Who are your what you do. Because the way he was dressed. I'm like you gotta be somebody guitars for wage. Nigam that's cool. I said he just finished a summer tour over in europe and said so now that the tours over what do you do you just kick back. And he's like no. I i play. I play four hours a day every day. Even when you're off and not touring yeah. Because if i don't play every day then i'll lose a lose the edge in there's a thousand other waiting to take my spot and if i don't italy if i don't play every day i can't play the songs 'cause they're so hard really as i. It's it's interesting. I thought that was a coolest thing. Ever get to play every day. That's a microcosm at least in the music industry. You're going on broadway today. You will see a drummer like a lot of the musicians. The germans the bass player's the retired players. Even some of the singers but most of the musicians are a lot of them out on tour with big names and they continue to work even when not on tour With kobe going on but even a normal years like jason aldean's goes on sixty to fifty five date place fifty fifty five year. You've got another three hundred days in the year. You keep your chops up and you got you know the musicians that play for those big names go down to broadway and play just to keep their chops up and take requests and learn songs to keep them on their toes because the whitesnake guitarist is one of many who do that. He's exactly right. They all do that because the second stop. You do lose the edge And i guarantee he's right. Thousand people want to be the guitar cleaver or whitesnake in this city. Who could do it. Yeah exactly and so to use that as an analogy towards business. It's like if you're running a business or you're involved in some kind of business wherever it may be. Think about what a guitarist has to do to keep their edge in if you're running your business every day or maybe you're not running your business every day and that's the problem. I think about that totally if you want to be an entrepreneur in a successful on ninety nine times out of one hundred. You're working more than forty hours a week you are. It's your business. There's nobody who's going to care about it more than you. And if you aren't working at more than forty hours a week guarantee you other entrepreneurs who are right behind you are working really really hard known business. You kind of never stopped thinking about it. It's it's constantly on your mind and once you come to terms with that. I think you're better off. You're doing cool. We're getting closer to our time. Do want to give you a chance to plug your song one more time. And how do we find you. Sure you got like a website or something. We can find those two stayed alive in five. Stayed alive in forty five. Is the name of the new single. My name is matt kerner. My last name is funky style. The ko e. r. n. e. r. matt kerner and you search matt kerner on youtube spotify music any of those platforms. You can find the song and also the music video on youtube. And then if you go to matt kerner music dot com. That's my website and matt kerner music on all the social media platforms instagram facebook twitter. All that good stuff you can find me there too so it's just My name is funky k. O. e. r. n. e. r. Your name. her name is not funky. Your names actually kerner. But okay. I get it appreciate it. Hey okay. I'm probably not supposed to ask you this. And if not if it ain't cool and that's fine but you're sitting there and you got your guitar behind you. Do you want to actually play. I mean or maybe you're not supposed to or whatever i know. Some musicians are like could asked me to sing a song writer. Well if you're willing to do let's do it. That's awesome so all moves down a little bit. Hopefully i know. I dropped the ball on. Microphone things hopefully this comes through. Kate says pretty good. Yeah our so. This is salem forty five slide..

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"matt q" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

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"matt q" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"We've crackle yes. Yeah thanks talk all the time to them about my wife and i to you about it's not all about the gpa. Or how talented. You are at something. It's it's so much more about who you know and and you never know who you know. Who's gonna pay off in in the future and we and one of the things we talked about on the show. A lot of is networking. A lot of veterans. don't get networking and most guys. If you're looking to get out and get a job you're going to network your way into a job way before some thing on your resume is gonna get you hired. It's the same with developing relationships. You just have to develop those those relationships and everything. So i think that really does go back to you. Know there's a lot of people who aren't social and don't like to go out and do that kind of thing and if you can get over that hump your hours myself this. You're already know the what's the worst thing that's going to happen to you. You're going to walk in. It might be an opera conversation. You're going to walk out and be like i didn't work the upset and you're right. You're right where you were before you lose upside is it actually works out and you've built a relationship with somebody and maybe that does turn into a job or maybe that turns into. The person just talked to know somebody who you can talk to to get a a. And so i always tell myself and to this day i still do because it 'cause even for me. It's it's awkward to walk in and start a conversation with somebody. You're no already there. you can't go down. you can only go up. Yeah that's awesome well. Hey we're gonna take a quick break and we'll be right back so hold. That thought you carrying a credit card balance after the holidays. Trust me. we've all been there. Let navy federal credit union. Help you rebounds your priorities in twenty twenty one with their ballot transfer offer. You'll save more with a low intro. 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Single digits came out stayed lab and forty five which inspired from your grandfather who served in world. War two sir. Yeah my my grandpa was a world war. Two vet. And i know joe. You usually have a lot of veterans that. Come on this podcast. I am not a veteran. Just want to let everybody know. Just want to thank you guys for your service. You guys allow us to you. Allow me to pursue a career music because of what you guessed so very very much your service but my grandfather was a world war two vet in the song state allowed forty five is all about him in a story that he told me when i was a kid i would always ask him about his experience world war to any never wanted to talk about it but i was seven eight years old. I didn't really understand comprehend why he didn't want to talk about it. So kept asking all in one day out of the blue. He decided to sit down at his dinner table and talk to me for three hours about his experience. More to in something. I'll never forget. And so i wanted to write a song about one of the stories. He told me he was eighteen years old when he was sent over to southern germany to fight in thirty member running along the riverside. They're being chased by german battalion. Number them pretty heavily kingdom fork in the river and on the right hand side of crossed over the river in grandpa. sergeant stopped with thirty in picked. Five of them. Stay back at the bridge. So that when the german battalion caught up those five would slow them down for as long as they could so the other twenty five to run off and get away the susan grandpa eighteen was one of those five chosen to stay back at the bridge in he made through. Thank god and when you listen to the song at the end of the song you find out how he made it through. So that's what stayed alive and forty five is is all about and This this single came out on all music platform. Spotify apple music pandora anywhere. You listen to music you can find it if you just search stayed alive in forty five and then if you look on youtube really proud of this we just released a music video for as well just search my name matt kerner or you can search stayed alive forty-five of pop up in the music video. The idea behind it is. I've been playing the song for about five or six years and a lot of people who've come out and watch me play it. It's the song made a lot of people quest a lot. They kind of know me by and So i wanted to include as many people in the videos that possibly could so. I just put out on social media. Said hey we're doing a video for state allowed forty five. If you guys have pictures of your loved ones veterans police. Send him to this email. And it doesn't matter those world war. Two vietnam korea whatever recent in iraq of anything to send them to me and i got flooded with a bunch of photos in the music video. A lot of those people sent me those photos. Those photos have been up in music video. And so it's a pretty special special radio that i'm very so please check it out. That's cool definitely definitely. Check that out. Great name in coming from great story also So how were you able to. If you're only seven eight years old. When he told that story how were you able to remember the details. Well enough to actually register we go back and get philipson details with him later on when you really great question i just you know. He told me a whole bunch of stories and there. There's another one. I can tell you too but i just remember him and if i'm if i'm going to be completely honest with you maybe i filled in some details without really knowing it but that's what i remember from what he told me at at eight nine years old and it's just one of those things that always stuck in the. I'll never forget i was. I was sitting at his dinner. Table made a white tablecloth has much holes in. I could smell the house. i could feel the tablecloth. I remember my grandmother coming in putting your hands on my shoulders and whispering in my ear. You need to pay attention to this because he never talks about this It just half things you just remember at night is one of them and think i filled in any details. Maybe i have. But i wrote it a wrote when i was see two thousand fourteen twenty four so it was sixteen years later. So that's what. I remembered from the conversation sixteen years later another really cool thing about that is i. Wrote the song thinking. I was the only person that he he did that with. And he passed away own. I i wrote the song and fourteen. I wasn't quite finished with a sambas. Pretty much done played it for my family. And grandpa had nine grandchildren myself. And i played it for my family in each room. Said he grabbed us and sat us down individually during that time too and so it obviously was something triggered in him or he wanted. His lake is see in his stories to be remembered through his grandchildren and it was it was. It was not a dry here in the house. When i played that song for everybody and everybody was like we had the same experience. It was an amazing moment. Cool wanted to touch on a couple of things that story. That concept of that story reminds me of the movie memorial day. Have you ever seen that memorial day..

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