17 Burst results for "Medium Years Ago"

"medium years ago" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

03:00 min | 10 months ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on The Experiment

"Listener supported WNYC studios. What I hate referring to abortion. The Supreme Court heard arguments today and what is widely seen as the most significant abortion case in a generation. More than 20 states are poised to ban or restrict abortions if the Supreme Court upholds a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Mississippi's law is a direct challenge to roe V wade. Doesn't deserve to exist. Outside the U.S. Supreme Court, Wyatt police stood between protesters for and against abortion rights. That we're going back and erasing all the progress that we've made over the past half century. You just say this is all about choice. All about a woman's right. No. It's all about the life of a little baby. Then who gives these stateless people killing themselves and back alleys before roe V wade now to Chris? So, the short version of why we're at such a huge moment with abortion. Is that we've had this one way of testing when is abortion legal in the United States for half a century. Emma green writes about the intersection of religion and politics, and that's the point of viability one can a baby live outside of the womb. And now the Supreme Court is looking at this case at a Mississippi. That would move that line back that would say it's okay to ban abortion earlier than that. It's possible the Supreme Court is going to scramble our entire way of talking about abortion and where you stand. You know, for 50 years almost. There have been these categories. Are you pro life? Are you pro choice? Do you think roe versus wade should stand? Or do you think it should be overturned? It's always this very polarized debate, and what I have found in my reporting is that actually that doesn't really describe or most people are. It really misses something about people's experiences with abortion. When I was thinking about how to talk about this huge case, Rebecca instantly came back to my memory. Rebecca Schrader is a sonographer. She ran one of the ultrasound machines at an OB clinic in Durham, North Carolina. She was someone who I had seen online. She has a really big Twitter presence. It was on social media, years ago that Emma first started following the story of what happened to Rebecca. Her story, I think embodies so much about the kind of gray space that a lot of people.

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"medium years ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To Greg. It appears every Monday and Greg has been helping us navigate as we're coming back to work in Covid. But Greg, Here's the thing. Um People thought they would be going back to work after Labor Day. But now what are you hearing? Are most companies saying, you know, let's put this off a little bit because of this delta strain of the virus. Absolutely most companies, I think, foolishly said that we were planning to open in September, and we're going to delay that until October and then quickly realized trying to put a target date on this particularly only moving in a month out. Doesn't make sense. So now you're finding employers saying not until 2022 not even picking a time within 2022 but saying for the rest of this year, definitely not, And we will reevaluate as circumstances change and communicate then. So, yes, most employers now who who said they were reopening in September and are delaying or just saying sometime in 2022. So, Greg, what happens if some employers are saying you've got to come back to work? And if people pick up Covid if they get the delta Strainer is the employer liable for that? If they pick it up, Um because they pick it up from someone at work. Is that the question? Yeah. If you go back to work, and you get covid. Well, you know, you'd have to. You'd have to be able to demonstrate that you got covid from somebody at work and that the employer, um, did something reckless in terms of not creating a safe environment. And then you'd have to tested in court because that hasn't been tested yet. So, um, so sure That's one of the concerns that employers have about what protections do they have? What liability do they have? Which is why you're seeing so many employers saying, You know what? We're going to play it safe. We're going to require vaccinations. We're also going to put other sanitary sanitizing measures in place to make sure that you know we are creating a safer workplace as we can, per the government guidelines and Beyonce So, Greg as we mentioned, you have go to Greg every Monday, and what I like to do is I like to read the questions that are asked you, but I don't want to see the answers because I try to play along now. I thought this was a great question that you are asked this week. It says one of my employees trash the company on social media to have the right to fire him. My reaction would be yes, but I'm not so sure. What are the legalities here? Michael. What do you think that to make that a quiz question. Okay. Yes or no? I would say if you trash your employer that I think you can be fired. Yeah, I agree with that. Yeah, Generally you can. So people have this mistaken impression that the First Amendment protects you like your free speech. You can you can trash or employer, But your employer has the right to, um, say, Okay, Well, if that's how you feel about us, you're harming our reputation. If you don't like working here And then we We don't want you to work here. Now. There are some exceptions. So you can't be fired for making truthful statements about working conditions like if there are unsafe working conditions or if you're reporting abusive behavior, or you want to express your support for a union or something like that, because you think the employer is in treating employees well. You can't be fired for those reasons. But if you just don't like your employer, you think your boss is an idiot. You think the company doesn't pay well and and you? You're harming their reputation. An employer can say. Okay, Well, thank you for sharing your feelings, and now you need to work somewhere else. But Greg, what happens if your co host is an idiot and you? You call him out on that? That's I think that's all valid. I think you get raised for that. I think it depends on how much support you have for your point of view within the workplace. Hey, Greg, I do. I do want to ask you something, though about social media. Years ago, when I was at the post when Twitter became a big thing, they wanted me to start tweeting stuff and they gave me this. They gave me this form that and it said, If you tweet something that damages the company or is an embarrassment, we can fire you and I never tweeted because I thought, you know what I write a column for the Post. It's vetted by three editors and four lawyers. And if I'm sued for it, the company stands behind me. And I thought I am just not going to be out there tweeting up a storm and having a good time stuff that I tweet. You know, at a bar at two in the morning that I think is hilarious could be offensive in the cold light of day. Yeah. Exactly which is why, uh, you should everyone should be very careful about what they tweet about their company. Every company does that they you know, they say if we want you to tweet, but there's certain parameters around it. Now, If your tweets are vetted by the legal department, then you don't have anything to worry about, because that's the company saying we Support this tweet. So if it backfires on the company that's on the company, not on you. Brahma. Greg Gene Brandi, He writes the career advice column for The New York Post. Go to Greg every Monday, and this question was interesting. But I didn't know why. It was such a dilemma. So someone wrote into you. I quit. My job do do do do an abusive boss. How do I explain this to prospective employers? Is it really that difficult? You just well, I quit my job. My boss was abusive. Well. The problem is that people don't want to appear negative on a job interview, because if you start saying you didn't like your boss that raises some red flags with most interviewers. Typically, you don't want to be negative about your prior employer. When you're on a job interview, so I would avoid Explaining anything negative about your prior employer. Now the question will come up. Okay, Well, you just quit. That will raise a doubt where you fired So you can come up with a credible reason why you left without complaining your to your employer, particularly in the last two years that the environment we've all been living under and working under. If somebody were to say something like, Hey, you know what? After everything, and the time with the company and what we've all been through, I wanted to take a reset. Figure out what I really wanted to do next. Didn't want to do that. While I was working, I have the luxury of being able to take some time off. And now I'm ready and then launch into why you want to work for that employer while you're ready and all the positive things about your background, But don't don't go negative. It doesn't work. Now. I think you're right about that. Yeah. You don't want to interview anyone who is going to be Debbie Downer, I guess, uh, to use an old phrase. So all right, Greg. Gene Brandi. He writes the career advice column for the New York Post. Go to Greg appears every Monday. Thanks a lot, Greg. We'll talk to you next week. Take care. Good stuff, Greg. Thanks. A pleasure. Thank you. Bye bye. Did you ever have a job interview line in your life? That's a gram. Yeah, I guess I have, but I don't remember. I mean, I I remember having a resume after, uh early in my career, You know, he's just kind of your job and what you did kind of spoke for itself. I remember auditions. But not actual job interviews. That's a great question, Michael. No, I don't. I don't recall great question to which Joe he has no answer to get back to you again. Never report on that. But I thought I gave correct gave the correct answer. I don't remember releasing. Oh oh, that's an answer. Lend that you can use many times in your life right now. I'm sure and I have covered coming up next. Can you drive? Well, you're naked. One lady did and well, we'll see what happened to her. Plus, we have our morning show recap that is all coming up next day since I've been consuming over 31 whole ripened fruits and vegetables every day. I'm feeling great. That's why I tell everyone about balance of nature's fruits.

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"medium years ago" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

Feminist Frequency Radio

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

"I looked like. I was bilbo's age like that's a that's a white ebony right. there is a white bobo. That looks just like me. And i was just listen. I loved this movie so much. So again shouts care for you know suggesting a very carol. Movie hallmark needs to get on the train. Every december and instead of hallmark holiday movies needs to be very careful movie. It's just back to back to back. Because i loved it. Y'all know 'cause we've talked you know occasionally about films that feature predominantly like adolescent teenage cast. And i'm like. There is a stark difference between movies that are made about kids and movies made four kids. And you know. I think we really need to like explore that. Divide and what it means but regardless of whether you know where you fall generation only because their attempt attempts. My felt just like bobo. There are times when i felt just like the forty year old parents in this. You know looking at this stuff and it was just. It was so authentically sweet. Yes you know this film. And the way that on my god this film so wonderfully captures. How childhood like your emotional calibration insist that the most low stakes things have world. Changing right stakes. You know. Yeah you and everything seemed so huge quote on this. There's a quote from a review and bitch media years ago when this came out that says the film yields like being thirteen mimicking that aching loneliness. Boredom and brash confidence. That comes from feeling like you and your friends against the world in capsules. Encapsulated this movie so well yes and but but it didn't. It does that. I mean like while i mean there's no judgment in this film there's no like will be kids. Don't have it all figured out. There's no like this film respects. Clara and bobo and hedvig so much like it in. It wants us to to to fully like identify with damn it. You know it's it never. There's no. this film has so much kind of ed's compassion and respect for its characters which is a huge art of why i love it so much. Good finish. I was saying i love. I love what you were saying about like identifying with kids and the adults because so near the end of the film like there's a little bit of like ramping. That happens where they go and they meet these other like this other like group of this other punk group and they're you know they're like who who are you gonna date. I'm gonna date this one. And they like they divide up the boys between the of them and then one of them. There's only two boys and like bogaerts left out and like the everything that comes after. That like i just watched it kind of laughing at them all. Because i'm like. I remember like you're just like it is like what you're saying. It's like everything feels like the end of the world and the biggest you'll ever but it's so hard to not laugh at it as an adult having gone through so much more but at the time like it's fucking real like and it's not making fun of them but it is like it is a perspective of like okay. Y'all you will get over this and it'll be fine even though it feels like the end of the world right now Yeah yeah i Gosh this is i mean. I mean this in a pejorative way at all. But these girls are so cute the youth on their faces. You know the way that they sort of stumble through this this incredibly important an intimate relationship. They have among the three of them and particularly among bobo and clara who you know as carol mentioned sort of get things kicked off a hedvig comes after they see your perform at this At the school talent show and realize she's basically guitar prodigy and clara immediately. Well doesn't immediately but once they decided to invite her to the band. Clark stipulations. i like we got to prevent her from being christian. She can't be in the band if she believes in god and she's just kind of a little bit about. It is fantastic. But the one thing i wanted to say real quick is that you do get a sense of sort of the larger world that these girls inhabit even at at the same time the recognize that it is fundamental to your sense of self as you know eleven twelve thirteen year. Old that you do think the universe kind of revolves around you. It must as you try and figure things out. But i i loved the sort of images we get you know just the glancing touches we get a bonobos mom you know and and the way she lives and you know the thing. She occasionally struggles with like you know the break-up relationship or Clara's weirdo parents. Like are they get right. You know it felt.

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"medium years ago" Discussed on Brandaide (R)evolution

Brandaide (R)evolution

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on Brandaide (R)evolution

"Udo isolated by myself you know and so it's It's more important than ever to me to have that connection. And i think they're so one thing we didn't talk about which i think is important because it was part of my transformation. I don't know if you've seen this. This might be one more archetype for you to add in. It's a mary morrissey who i coached with. At one point. I live near a. She wasn't the lone ranger syndrome. That would be me. I was the lone ranger. Have to do it all alone. That's part of the martyr syndrome. There's nobody there for me. So i have to do it all myself. While there's a whole chapter on belonging it's a little bit towards the end of the book and the loaner is one of the people see there and how show you how to transform that one as well okay. Well i am the reformed loaner. So i mean i totally believe we all need that community and connection with each other. You know release survive so for sure for sure well. And that's one of the reasons why we offered the companion course for free so definitely go to divine living dot com forward slash audacity. Getting on that course. Because you're going to meet women from around the world who are going for their dreams such an amazing group of women and Yeah they'll be thrilled to me great. We'll count me in and is there anything on your bucket list. You haven't done. I've always liked to ask that question. What exotic location have you not been to yet. How in terms of travel a visible accomplishments. It whatever could be both you can have one yes. I definitely have a dream of of a product lines so that is a bucket list piece that i haven't done yet found and in terms of location. Where haven't i been that. I'm desiring to go. When when things opened up. I'm going to go hit some repeat places Some of my favorite loves So the iceland journey is coming up for me right now. I haven't been on the blue lagoon and is land. So that's interest There's some places in asia that i haven't done like vietnam is looking really beautiful And shanghai i haven't experienced that city. Either fantastic well i i. I foresee many more great divine living events around the world. And i can't wait to attend one thing. You say here. Yeah the next one's probably be in the mediterranean though. That's that's probably my first love. Okay well i can go. I i actually. I just have to fast that i was really taken when you were in con- a years ago because i've been there probably thirty times for the medium years ago in the music industry sco every year every year. So it's like when you were in the market that place is so it's it's also very inspiring for people to realize that they can work virtually and we talked a little bit about that before we started about this virtual. How things are shifting for all of us to being online. And i before we go. I'd like to just go back and circle on that a little bit. Because i don't think we really talk about that online. Shore you know. I mean one of the opportunities right now depending on what industry someone's in it just really utilizing all of the capabilities that we do actually have virtually you know in some ways. My life isn't that difference The and and self quarantine than when. I'm not you know. I i work from home Do many zoom calls. My team is virtual do work from anywhere in the world so and now getting even more on digital programs going and even more systems and structures in place that don't require in person attendance. It's just what the focus has been recently. And i think that there's so many industries that had an outdated way of thinking thinking that they had to go in person i mean. Obviously if you're a hairstyles or a massage therapist that's true but there's just so many industries that thought they had to go into an office or couldn't work virtually that i think are really seeing How much you can really accomplish how time you can really save. I know my team loves not having. Many of them are here in los angeles and they just love not having a commute because they actually that they can they can work more. They can be more productive because not in the car and to and from work every day. Well and i think the message from my perspective is for those people who might be listening. Is someone like you. You've been doing this for twenty years. And and it's like the rest of the world and i've been doing for quite a long time to and quite as long but you know now that i'm not going to court properly never again but You know it's it's like it. Nothing's really changed for me either. So i think that turning to people like you with your you have not only the depth of knowledge to help entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs to really develop their messaging deal with their mindset and to actually birth something of value and significance in the world. There's that aspect but also you've been doing this kind of virtual build business for a long time. Save a lot to share in that. So i really asked connect with you so thank you. Thank you so much cheryl. Hi thank you for joining me. It's just been wonderful having you. And i'm went after things settled down are more to come back. We'll hear how the book tour the real book tour went excellent excellent so far on the virtual one and then look at the interest in going as well. Thank you so much for having me. It's been a pleasure to be here absolutely. You've been listening to jimmy v. founder of the multi-million dollar brand divine living divine. Living is for the person who's excited about impacting. 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"medium years ago" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Me men. You couldn't name one fuck. This is this is really bad. We're gonna keep going though at twenty or rather to thirty eight thirteen ready starting now. American students and workers must be highlighted exposed and abolished. Additionally obt and similar programs serve as a corporate labor subsidy that incentivizes investment away from arizona rural america and you legal immigration should exist to serve the interests of america and not the other way around too often. Us immigration policy is being steered by big tech and big business. We are freedom's last stand in the world and we must preserve the republic. This is fundamental to the american first agenda and it comes principal over every sovereign nation. Now i'd like to talk about censorship. Our founding fathers enshrined are god given rights to free speech and our first amendment and secured right to it by protecting it with the second which we've seen now is censorship now has been impugning upon these very founding principles section to thirty of the communications decency act was originally intended as a procedural recognition of the first amendment online to protect platforms from liability for third party content and to protect children from pornography. It's actually thirty protections for big hip. Big tech have been stretched way too. Far platforms should not be afforded immunity to remove competition lawful political speech instead. User should be empowered with editorial control. We cannot allow the excuse of protecting people. From objectionable material is a way for censorship of awful but political speech must stop deputising knowing to decide what is or isn't an allowable conversation instead my section two thirty in power users and limit big tech to the same rights and liabilities as every body else in recent years we have witnessed the rapid acceleration of censorship. Which is more pervasive in our society including the removal of president of the united states. Social media years ago. I started wearing my constituents and colleagues about this increasing censorship and introduce stop the censorship. This bill has earned support twenty. Three co sponsors and congressman. Steve king was an original cosponsor of that effort guys so nervous but you can see takes his eyes off his paper every once in a while and he knows what he's saying but he's just so awkward they need to look back down. I just mentioned which revokes immunity for blocking competition and lawful political speech and empowers users with aditorial control. The second don't push my buttons act which limited immunity for online platforms to collect and curate content without user's consent and break up big tech act which provides accountability monpolistic is. I don't know i don't know now. Dot com and about a book like affiliate gives political is on the way our democrat. I wish more of my colleagues would acknowledged the urgency needed to address this important issue of censorship and the online car. A big tech and more importantly respondent act as conservative supreme court. Clarence thomas recently stated like benzyl james. We skipped over. Because we're like he's kinda boring pinson james's the master debater guy who racially discriminate in removing content. It's quite unbelievable. Michelle and we were like. It's kind of boring. let's get through. This guy is a terrible fucking speaker. What the fuck of thinking putting this guy on nobody speech. Nobody say we'll do a practice. Run or something. The funny thing is is that like he had like. This is the dream for any any public speaker any any public performer. In any respect he had it hint. The entire audience wants him to win. Not only do they want him to win there. It is beyond that they they they they are feeling like years are as much as we cringe washing. This guy doing this stuff like it's making them look bad. Climate crisis intolerance a climate crisis. A communist who suppressed free speech. Suppressor boats suppress our citizens. Easy reading talking notes man. This is terrible. He and then what's up with the tech. This doesn't even for fucking teleprompter for a speech like he's not even looking in the right direction and he he can't look up for more than a split second. I know we're at one point five speed but like it's not even a second. He can look up from his notes is constantly looking down and and he does look up every once in a while and you could see that. He knows what he's saying. They start stuttering. He does doesn't thing that people do when they try to do public speaking where they're like. Okay like keep look at the audience so his face up heads up but he's he's is our reading he's like trying to fake it. Through through the speed allies democrats will continue to use silicon the amount of sweat on his face so impressive. America's americans not allow the military schools. They were the problem solvers to remove. No but nobody else was sweating and and the next speaker will not sweat either. Let's cancel cancel culture. Now we as conservatives must also address this twenty minutes before their integrity to defend the american sovereignty team america must remain free and independent republic. Not a global listrik watching america. Latin america last. Do you know my god. This is terrible as with right. Like god damn. It has outsourced manufacturing for decades offshore communities while nation-building abroad democrats. The president think rock. Nick west doesn't like give a great fucking closer. This is terrible. Here's what i suspect mike. I suspect that this guy had no idea what he was getting. Through similar to steve king and he saw the speeches that came before him and he was on twitter before going on stage. And that's why he's so nervous right now to put americans and he's like i'm contractually obligated to make weaponized against president trump and the american people in america. I don't know man. is this thing though. Like media big businesses the swamp in the deep state is. He looks like a hostage like he looks like he's being held hostage. He totally looks like hostage. That's a great way to describe. It looks like trump's america. you looks like snow. you ever see like saddam hussein coming to power. They dragged this guy out who just starts. I was involved in a conspiracy to overthrow the legitimate start naming people's doing all standing up one by one and outside shots question and learn and be patriotic to reenter sponsor to lake leaning forward. Any means immediately for me. That means putting my concern. I don't know if that's something to do this. Because i noticed that with a couple of other speakers to me is the shot is not. I is inevitable. teach you that. We need speaking of podium. I gotta use the podium. Well you can't get lean in the podium. But i like that. That was a genuine smile and republican party must be prepared to continue president trump's agenda america. First in the meantime. I will continue to work. In congress representing the interest of my constituents republicans won't win by accepting the framework of the left for the jets senators and members of congress that failed to put america. I should be held accountable at the ballot box of america. First not reincarnation of neon control we are still the greatest country on the. He's got the most gracious audience to the choices. Clear america first or american decline. Thank you for having me. Rose ronald reagan said is a time for choosing back against censorship. prioritizing empower your fellow.

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"medium years ago" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"But not on my model so my question is to my listeners. Since i can't seem to figure this out online is there a way for me to watch apple plus on my old devices. is there other than buying the apple. Tv box is there like a fire. Stick or some kind of work around that. I could do 'cause. I really hate watching shows on my computer. I really like watching them on the big screen. So i ask you audience. Please let me know if there's something. I'm missing so today on the podcast. I'm excited to have ricki stern. So ricky is a very prolific director who is heard about way back. I guess about a year or two ago. When i had an elliott goldberg on the podcast talking about the preppie murder series for amc and Ricky directed that and and i've been following her work longer than i knew. Actually she She's right now. Has an incredible series on netflix. Call surviving death. Which i really enjoyed and we really dig into that mostly but we also talk about the amc series and surviving. Jeffrey epstein for lifetime which she also directed and m one of my favorite documentaries ever that that ricky directed About joan rivers called a piece of work Ricky is a manhattan i. She reminded me of me. Homesick for new york. And the pandemic We really get into a lot of sort of the filmmaking in this latest netflix series. And of course. I ask her about her own beliefs because life after death is some some serious business Not for the not for the faint of heart. But if you're interested in in any of that a highly recommended on net flex now so hope you enjoy my chat with ricky. Hi ricky welcome to the podcast. Hi thank you so much for having me. I'm so happy that you're here. I always start my podcast by saying how i met my guests so we're only just meeting each other but we were introduced by elliott goldberg. Who is a good friend of mine. And i know he's been talking about you since the preppy killer Documentary that you did for amc. And he actually came on my pod a to talk about it way back and had high praise for you and and anti. Who's your director yes can it. It's the preppie murder the murder. Yes oh my god. You know what i was reading from. I cut and pasted from your website and run it's ripe but i'm looking at preppy killer in quotes and then the next line is quote unquote preppie murder. So yes i stand corrected. I'm sorry the preppie murder death in central park was the name of the doc is still available for people to see if they haven't seen it right. Yes it's a series on. Amc on sundance on the sundance channel on amc. Great well definitely want to talk about that a little later. But i'm excited to talk to you about your latest work which is surviving death on netflix. It's a six part series. As i said in my intro really i was look. I'm definitely a captive audience on this one because this is something that i've always been interested in. I did a series with the medium years ago and have always been a believer However i was not a believer in reincarnation until i saw your series so before we get into the deep dive on it i would love to hear Was this your creation. Were you a gun for hire direct. Like how did it come to you. So the series is based on a book called surviving death. Same name by leslie. Cain who is a an investigative journalist who i've known for years and who had written a book about ufo's that Anti my phone partner in..

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"medium years ago" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Man. Oh, man, we are really embarrassing ourselves to the world. He actually had a German chancellor. Angela Merkel, Germany. So this is this is problematic. You're taking Donald Trump off your platform. But weren't we just yelling and screaming about the Chinese doing this very same thing in China and were wagging our fingers at them. And with what you're doing, the Hong Kong and we do the same. Thing. Again. You could go back and you could take a look at the history off congressional hearings into Tech. I guess you watch these mental midgets in Congress have these hearings. And they parade Jack Dorsey or Mark Zuckerberg up there, and they asked one dumb question after another dumb question. They allow them to do whatever the hell they want. Sure you can. You can buy up in purchase. Any and all of your competitors. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. No. And this is all under the guise And I'm sorry You're wrong. Okay? This is out the guys that I have respect for Andy Kessler and many others out there that think Oh, it's good for it's good for the consumer. No, it's not just about what's good for the consumer to this not about greater efficiency and lower prices. It's also about competition within an industry the ability for somebody to come up with a better mousetrap. And compete. That's the reality for crying out loud guy. There's all those conversations when they broke up Ma Bell. We all had rotary phones for crying out loud. Do you think you would have high speed Internet today? If they hadn't done that? What was the incentive for my bell? To invest in all sorts of technology didn't know incentive. No incentive whatsoever. Anyway, we're dealing with a Situation right now. Where? Yeah, you're you're again. You're seeing a bit of a purge. And what I'm gonna hope for what we can all be hopeful for Is that necessity will be the mother off invention. Sites. Like parlor. Hopefully, I mean, it's not that didn't cost that much. It really doesn't quite honest, the cost off computing power the cost of memory, all those things. It's not that high. It's not like it used to be. I'm sure other companies like you know. Well, you know what? Let's open up our own server company. Again. We have to hope that it doesn't trickle down into Internet service providers because then and that's a whole another thing out there. But I've described in the social media little bit. I describe social media years ago what it would turn Into What do we turn into? And I got worried when the first had Twitter. I was like this is the dumbest thing I've ever seen in my entire life. This is just this is just you know, a great race is just to say nasty things as quickly as possible, and you can also do it anonymously. Facebook the original idea what Zuckerberg wanted to meet girls. That's what he did and look what it Turned into Make a suggestion. Okay? Yes. Come on. Facebook. My my Twitter account. I don't know for whatever reason it maybe they lost. I'm not kidding you. Somebody screwed up my password. I can't even log into it. But for some reason, it's tied to my Facebook account. Anything I post on Facebook goes on to my Twitter account. So now I don't answer any messages. Things go up there. I post what we're talking about on the radio show What I'm talking about will brief brief synopsis. Not even that. On the podcast every day. Some kind of time. I'll post some pictures of myself my family myself. Maybe once in a blue moons. You know, my kid commits to college. I'll post that. But I will not post and what you should not post is political crap. There's a time and a place for everything. Tying a place for everything. Let me tell you something. Social media is not the place for political debates. It isn't you want to discuss something with somebody sit down with him. You should go out for a cup of coffee. And if you can't use it properly, if you can't, then get off it. Get off it. It's like people that can't handle their alcohol came here. You don't drink. Watchdog on wall street dot com Watchdog and Wall Street that I went along in this segment Don't go anywhere..

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"medium years ago" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Or now go. Cms which mentioned beforehand before recording. That i move in from wordpress ghost. I think having a system like a website in general whether it's working or goes through squarespace. Whatever is something that's useful visit gives you home. You don't have a home for people to go to and you're relying on the other platforms and you're at privy to their decision so there's a whole youtube apocalypse for example. Where been was worried enough. They can income from youtube anymore. While if you're on youtube only in your whole life could be destroyed. Instant nathan Away have your own website. That's why any time but if that there's a real important point you might there in terms of you are in the real estate there and to content you produce the material you purchase some published his yours and it computation. Why now even if wordpress will ghost decide to stop the thing. You've still got the you've still got that content you can easily put it somewhere else. Yeah that's the one thing. I i worry a little bit about notion. I think the notion goes away on so visted it. Well i've been trying to honestly export my notion. Just have a backup. Because i think it's like html which at least could be saved if this yet perfect Touch on we'll quick is medium and anchor two platforms. That are really great for some people. But i don't i feel really scummy about when it comes to those two i eat started medium years ago and i moved my from my word law to medium and i made over one hundred stories on that platform but the whom i publications united new construct employees innovator and i found that as are changing fill more monetization model as they needed to the getting more and more scummy with forcing you to have a membership and they also. Every time i shouted. Were very dismissive and rude about it. Okay only like this. And then the whole idea of hacker noon which is a big publication on that platform had to go through and get their stuff off..

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"medium years ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"All you hear is They put on because they want to scare the hell out of everyone. He started up by saying We're rounding the corner the head when I see that, Yeah, they hate it when you say that, because you're lying, and you are spreading dangerous misinformation that could kill them and or their loved ones. And the fact that the brain deads and his audience start booing the media for reporting on the worst pandemic to hit this country in a century and one that their dear leader has done the worst job of handling at handling of any world leader on this planet. Again, Stupid, ignorant flunkies. But this is yet another reason why Right wing militia groups planned kidnapping plots because of eight friggin months of Donald Trump. Telling the Corona virus is just not a big deal. And anyone who wants to respect unemployed. Proper safety measures is just doing so to hurt. Poor perennial persecuted Donald Trump. And as a result, why they all deserve to be extra judicially. Oh, judiciously locked up on thrown in jail. Morons and his base at the rallies are now even chanting for Dr Fauci. To be locked up. Again, the absolute unequivocal worst of us. 257 k d. W Intisar. Caller number here. Station Vote If you want to chat 7022575396 Let's start with second time caller. Glenn your first thanks for calling. How you doing? Good, sir. How are you? Pretty good. I donated to your Video problem last week or you're the one. Yeah, and and I encourage other people to do so because you're the only program that in Las Vegas that we can call And put and say something about trumpets negative and not be criticized. You interrupted by a trump disciple. There are no other problems. Yeah, I know it's you know, which is why I go back to my constant refrain. Refrain. The on ly reason it got this way is because Democrats don't get media. S O. I encourage people and I would say Every half hour. Every 15 minutes. Tell people who donate because I had to look it up. I don't know much about go fun, mate. But I looked up Go funding and, uh, it was easy. Well, actually, All they got to do is go to bash from radio dot com. It's the first thing on the front page. They don't even have to look All right, but I appreciate you bringing it up again. No, I mean, I hate to do it over and over because number one. It's demeaning and humiliating a number two. It's only an hour show and I got a lot of stuff to say. No, I don't think it's demeaning and all there's just reality. I wouldn't have known unless you've said something. So I appreciate what you're doing. By the way, I lean Republican, but I still think you'd I'm not a trump disciple, but I think it's important to say Things that are true about Trump. Glenn, I appreciate your support. I appreciate the donation. I appreciate you call and keep doing it. Alright. Thank you. But you take 257 k d w N is the number area code 702 1st Time caller. Casey, you're next. Thanks for calling. My brother. You're killing me. I'm looking at Work a casino right now. Getting ready to open on the 28 12:01 A.m. Derek. Even the Great American. He's preserving lot. Biggest history down, Pound, even job creator. Dude, you are like chicken little the sky is falling. It's pathetic and sad. I thought a dawn with a good conservative pop radio holding my people. Can I ask you a question while you and now I know why. And I ask you a question, man. Can I ask you? Hey, like you need to calm down. Do you like to have a conversation? Or are you under the mistaken delusion? You're goingto filibuster this conversation right in your basement man. I don't understand. Like Okay. I put you on hold. I didn't cut you off. Now It's my turn to speak. Did you hear what you just said? I thought Caden was a good conservative station. I'm not a conservative or liberal on the air off there. I'm a liberal. I'm Libya's lived that ever lived. But when I'm on the air, I don't give you liberty Snus. I give you provable documented truth and that's what you should want. And that's what you would want. If Democrats got the media years ago, didn't like the right. Didn't let the right Obtain a monopoly on it, and we had some balance. But because there is no balance, you listen to the crap that the station plays 11 hours a day in a brainwashed into thinking That's news, truth and reality. It isn't it's paid propaganda. You got anything else? Casey. You got anything else? And as far as you calling me chicken little was 39 for as far as you calling the chicken little we are exploding into a second wave of this virus. Just yesterday, we had over 83,000 almost 84,000 new cases. That's the highest number ever since the onset of this virus. It's not being chicken Little two reported. It's being chicken liar to deny it like Trump, does you have a compromise? Do something If you so called Lovelock bigot did Roy Horn die of cold?.

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"medium years ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Scandal are getting really angry 19 days before the election. Tonight is the night that there was to be the second presidential debate. You know why the debate commission bailed. Um Brian Flood over Fox News suggests it was to give cover. For the would be moderator Steve Scully, who's a trump hater. It was revealed that Steve Scully Had tweeted and had done some things on social media in years past. That were anti Trump. He wasn't going to be a fair debate moderator. And they found out You remember a week or so ago? His Twitter account. Indicated he had reached out to trump hater. Anthony Scaramucci for advice. He thought he was writing directly to Anthony Scaramucci. As the story goes, it was publicly done. It appeared that Steve Scully, the debate moderator, thought he was shedding a private message to the mooch who is now you know, raving, unhinged Trump hater who was fired because of his strutting around in the White House and completely thoroughly The kind of Ah you know, embarrassing himself. So now he hates Trump. He's a disgruntled ex employee. Well, while it appeared, Scully was writing to mooch, he insisted he didn't originate. The Tweet said he was hacked. Ah Q. The F B. I wonder how that investigation's going. I'll bet they're with O. J. On the golf course, looking for the O. J. Of the killer of OJ's ex wife. You know it's there that they're they're still investigating the head. Just like the joy Reid hack. Remember all the terrible things she she put on social media years ago. Oh, I was hacked. I was. Yeah, I was hacked. Sure you were. Again. No word on the investigation by the FBI. Into the Steve. They gave him cover. They had to get him out of the line of fire. So the cancel tonight's debate. There's no reason they canceled the debate. Here's Trump on the campaign trail. Heck, he's he's dancing to Y M C A and throwing his necktie nut necktie out into the crowds every night. He's fine. He's fully recovered. He's energized. He's optimistic. He's providing all kinds of inspiration. Millions of people got his red Make America great again Hat at the podium in Des Moines, Iowa, last night. They could have debated Diet tonight and everybody knows it. So instead they're going tohave. They said. Well, what will fix his wagon? Not only will we take the debate from Trump We'll give Joe Biden a town hall on ABC, giving his own platform that was a week ago will give Joe Biden unchain Alan GED piece of cake. Unfettered act. We'll just We'll just throw softballs. He could stand in his circle with his crooked mass gone in the middle of an empty room and Shay all mumble all he wants to mumble. Ah, but NBC had other plans. NBC has now given Trump his own town hall tonight. Hosted by Savannah Guthrie. They're losing their minds over this. Because they know The Trump is going to outperform Biden. In the dueling town halls. Trump's gonna be in his element. I mean, they'll throw everything they've got at Trump tonight. Savannah Guthrie is gonna sharpen her fangs and she'll go after him and they're going. They're going. They're going to go after it. But guess what House NBC going to get punished for having Trump other than Katie Couric whining about it, and some former no name executives from NBC furious about it. Oh monster ratings, and they'll laugh all the way to the bank because Trump will deliver them a big victory tonight. And then when there's a big ratings victory tomorrow because we'll find out tomorrow. If there's a big ratings victory, I don't know I shouldn't predict. Maybe Joe Biden, standing in a circle with a crooked mask on in the middle of the room will outdraw Donald Trump? I don't think so. But anything's possible, I guess. As I always say, if Winged monkeys swept down off the horizon and lifted me away, it wouldn't surprise me as I was being spirited away in the sky. If I grew wings and flew home from work today, I wouldn't have 2020. That's just this year. Nothing surprises me. You keep checking my back, See if any wings are going to come out. Get a nice we'll fly fly around, looked out at this crazy country. Uh, Meanwhile, let me bring you full circle. Full circle. Yeah. This week. The New York Post publishes a cover story about Hunter Biden peddling access selling access to the Vice President Joe Biden knew all about Hunter Biden's dealings with Karishma and Ukraine, even though he has denied that he had any knowledge. Pretended he didn't know anything. Somebody leaves a laptop in a computer store in Delaware never claims it. It becomes the computer stores owned the computer store owner's property. Turns out it's Hunter Biden's laptop. The guy opens up the laptop. Bingo. Thousands of emails, apparently showing this Nefariously connection. The Biden family grift, the family of the Bidens making all this money with shady dealings. That Joe Biden knew about. It's a huge scandal. New York Post runs with it, Nobody else will. Millions of Americans started Retweeting the story from the New York Post. You know what Twitter and Facebook did They shut it down. They blocked them. They blocked them. They took down they they blocked Twitter accounts of people who tried to retweet. The The New York Post story about Hunter and Joe Biden. Today..

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"medium years ago" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"I just find it absurd that we continue to see the way that people only listen to the mainstream media in certain circles. I think the activist post reporter, which is where I believe I i. saw it. I I can't remember this came from wikileaks releases or not but the point was reported on this a long time ago that it was very clear that the whole Russia gate scenario was created by Hillary and her campaign. You can find an article on our website right now but suddenly this huge bombshell declassified things you heard on the independent media years ago it was so clearly meant to drive into the election and it only really came up once. But it was used as a point pull away from something else and I. think that's exactly what it was doesn't mean it's not important. This is huge news. But if it really was something worthy of Investigation and cry and you know. Accountability Hillary be in jail right now. So what other people with her trump had years to go after this now of course, only just came out according to people that only think this just came out we'll just gives them more time. It's so clear. How this stuff is just being used locker up right walker up maybe in the next four years guys because that's the time when he'll do everything. So we keep hearing. The same no matter who gets guys trump biden it's the same deal. Time to see that. Now before I jump into the next topic I just want to give and this is something I'm going to dive deep maybe tomorrow. And I'm going to follow up eventually with an interview with Whitney on this as well as some new things that we both been talking about this. Incredible. With what's going on right now that involves cyber-attacks, bio attacks and. The the so-called hack on the nine, one one centers and hospitals. Oh, you mean like Whitney was predicting and we talked about from this article right here meet the link cybersecurity group protecting US hospitals, Pro Bono a weird the unit eighty, two, hundred Israeli group that was protecting our hospitals isn't that funny how we? Just had hacks of that and hospitals isn't that funny? Maybe maybe it's horrifying when you realize what's really going on but we're gonNA talk about that more not so much today but we will have those things coming in the near future but I hope you will take time to read this article if you haven't already engineering contagion U. P. M.. C.. In Pittsburgh Corona threats and darkest winter. And I'll read you one part now to give you a taste in case, you haven't read this article already. The recently obtained this regard to corona tracks, which is as long as it sounds, and here's a documents right here on the UT labs dedicated server. So it's not going anywhere I have it right on the page the recently obtained documents reveal that the BS L. Three lab that is part of the UPS's Center for Vaccine. Research is conducting right now eyebrow raising research involving, combining SAR Soobee to. With Becky. lous anthrax the causative agent of anthrax infection. It gets worse per the documents and faxes being genetically engineered right now by a researcher whose name was redacted in the release because that makes sense so that it will express the source to spike protein. That one they're currently talking about right now, which is the part of the corona virus that allows it to gain access to human cells. Totally make sense something that we have never done before combining with something that makes it even more dangerous Y Y. You ask well, of course, because the researcher asserts that quote, the genetically engineered anthrax SARS Celia to hybrid can be used as a host strain to make SUV recombinant protein vaccines. Oh, I see. So we need to make up entirely new wildly dangerous potentially bioweapon organiser bioweapon. So that they can use it to. that it can be used to make a vaccine for your sylvie to Arthur already vaccines that are being produced right now for Suva to yes there are. So let's not care that they're combining two of these horrifyingly dangerous things. One of which is currently around the world were being lied to about one of which we've been lied to about in the past both of which we should be very alarmed about it's incredible that this stuff is at the where's the media? And the creation of Said Vaccine's officially stated purpose of the research project. So the vaccine is why they're making this bio up and we're have we heard this before pandemic to seems like it's right around the corner but the end of the day guys the vaccine thing I deal with anthrax is unbelievable. I, hope you'll read through this in its entirety one thing that Whitney and I were just talking about. I couldn't believe this Barda actually very recently upgraded the emergent pack emerging bio solutions the company involved with this Robert Cadillac who's currently now on trump's administration. For Option for new anthrax vaccine stores. I mean, it's just continuing. They already have one that's combined with other things I believe smallpox these things are continuing to get more and more ridiculous. But I digress because we will go back into this more by hope, you'll read this more coming in the near future because there is a lot happening with cyber attacks and all of this that are leading into the justifications they will use for martial law and the postponed the election. Now, derrick rose also wrote a fantastic article entitled the establishment plan to divide to divide part to. Kobe nineteen, election, twenty, twenty, and the great reset. Now, there's another great article going over all the actions that have been taken restricting your rights and ultimate point here guys is that they are the same person. You know immigrant to the election. Biden, trump left ripe. It's all going in the same direction. It is all driving you in the direction of restriction of your rights the great reset, the World Economic Forum which will get to in a moment in regard to another vision..

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"medium years ago" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Go to your bank right now, especially Vectra bank because they don't give a damn. But they can present a false instrument. And I'm telling you that on first hand by the way, they can present a false instrument or make a draft out of your account without any authorization. If I have your account number, and if I have your routing number, I'll take money. And I will leave or are not even leave. I'll deny it if it doesn't you, you can't even prove it was me and nothing will happen. I'm telling you, the dark side of financial fraud, my my line or dying, Aaron, am I dying are lying. Erin Erin, Israel's The thing I like that, he said. The most is the thing you want to do is act on it right away. Because the sooner you act on something like this, the more I can do for you as an attorney. And potentially, the more that the government could do for you two. But problem is a lot of white collar crime in these types of cases and oftentimes get along, Erin, if you have let me tell you something, and this is not, Ah, good time to bring this up. But if you have a black guy robbing a store, he'll get every law enforcement agency in the universe there, But you get A rich fat cat of any color robbing you blind and nothing happens now. Why is that? Aaron? I know that you know what I'm saying? Law. You think when you call the FBI? I swear to God, you think you can report a crime have the time they without even Listening, they think 90% of the people that call the FBI or nuts. They assume you're not. So now you have to fight through that veil to make sure they don't think you're a nut. I'm not kidding people. And then you want to report this crime and I know this and I'll tell you why I know it because when I was investigating Sheriff Sullivan and tried to report it, these people didn't even want Alicia. They thought I was nuts. I was the first guy. The first guy in media years ago. Toh t find out about Sheriff Sullivan and one kid. Ah, meth head called me and said he was being held captive for sex and drugs and ah, slave to this former sheriff, and I think, Okay, not meter. This guy must be a nut. But just for the hell of it. I had a nutty intern who was just a snotty is this guy but nutty and a nice We're in a good way that he was nutty enough to investigate it and came up with all the dirt And then, of course, This guy. I go to the safe streets Task Force, and then I find out. Some of them knew about it already, but they weren't acting on it. And what's really a coincidence is after I started looking into it, they bust him and that's funny because I started looking into it, and they bust him Ah few weeks later yet They knew about it for years. And what's funny about that whole thing is that it stunk. So, Aaron the truth of the matter If you really tell the truth, what are truly the chances of law enforcement going and somebody called and said somebody took $500,000 of my hard earned money or 100,000 in my 401 K. What are the chances truly of law enforcement doing anything really and I think that the thing that you'll hear the most time is something that you said earlier with a date just sounds like a civil matter to me, and you need to pursue it with a private attorney. It is so sad and I swear to God people, you should copy this segment. Up there. Shawn passed her on to anyone because right now, Okay. I think I have a good guy right now. Investing my money. I know him. He's a good guy. He could disappear tomorrow. First of all, I have account numbers and all that that probie bogus. Oh, sure. I think it's really where he's an investment. He's he's registered. We have zoom meetings with his big boss and all that, but investment Is risky. And here's the problem. You will not find help when you need it. I swear to God, I went through it and I will tell you firsthand. We're going to tell you another story about a Ponzi scheme coming up right here in Denver with a similar story just hang on, and the other callers, I promise I will get.

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"medium years ago" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"How much money he made their record label you know how much money Jay Z made these levels By Komo man let's be honest. You guys are starting people like just look at the word like it's like it's like trend is real trendy, right? Oh my masters and this and this and this and that if you going to do that if you're GonNa talk talk, then be about it. They're really walk that worked out and have your own page to page. Don't worry about everybody else is doing bill your fans. Build your own fans because I promise you somebody who's artists that are on these big blogs and they're getting one, hundred, thousand, five, hundred, thousand views under video. They can't even sell out a show with two hundred people know what? Let me show you A. Story. K.. Before. Oh Man I I don't mention. I won't mention things. There was a show in Orange County and had five. According. To this promoter who did a flyer? Of the hottest Chicano rappers alter five, five, I, four, five K. And I knew the promoter. So I called them up and I asked him, how did he do in goes I don't know he wasn't even confident. He goes I don't know but I hope he should but the headliner pretty much. Beg Me was it that you know I'll. Just say Orange County. Because people will and. Don't know who was there if I say, right It was an Orange County. and. At Club K. And this guy pretty much. And I'm talking about the promoter guy told me five Jeez I told him. You're not going to get five juice. Mommy five for what to perform to be the headliner heels. I don't even ask him to be headliner. He said I'm GonNa be the headliner he said I'll give you twenty, five hundred. So you'RE GONNA get it goes opinion everybody else five hundred bucks Said I'm not gonNA give you know five Jesus he said. Can you guarantee that you're going to bring this many people and he said, yeah, here's what he said. I got over seventy seventy, five, thousand followers on I G Saudi said. The promoter told me this he said won't you come to check it out? Okay. Cool. I go. I swear to you the entire night I'm there. All five show up perform. There's not even fifty people there. Wow. There's not even fifty people allow. So you know what that killed marketing all your followers don't mean Shit. You couldn't even good. You want it to be the headliner, but you couldn't even get a hundred of your followers to even show up you don't translate hard ticket sales. Yeah. You know my son showed me a medium years ago and he said this that being famous on social media is like being Richard. Monopoly. Bars. Bars you know but here's the problem that these guys believed that hype. And if they the promoter lost money. He lost money and into the whole time in the cut by a tree just watching. And nobody knows that I mean there nobody knows what the fuck I am that that doesn't even matter. These guys did about four songs board crowd whoever was there? Okay the immediate crew. Yeah and that was April Measure Credit Tony. Tony. Blue Omar Cruz we said look. We got a lot of game you're we want to do. A set like a like they used to do back in the day like you said, you know we used to go to hip hop summits. Down how can I be like I? WanNa. Do a summit Latino Senate. Myself Lulu Tony To the big big in our culture whatever who would show up. You think they're showing up..

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What would a payroll tax holiday look like?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:48 min | 2 years ago

What would a payroll tax holiday look like?

"Begin this work week with business owners and accountants and economists and people who are working in this economy trying to figure out what exactly president trump did to this economy this weekend. You some things one executive order and three memoranda after negotiations on another. Plan on Capitol Hill collapsed that much. You know whether the president can actually do most of what he did depends on who you talk to. So rather than engage in that particular back and forth, we'll focus today here on the thing he did that he can do deferring collection of payroll taxes specifically putting on hold the collection of taxes on the employee portion of social security taxes six point two percent per paycheck if you're curious. Starts September. The first ends at New Year's only for people making less than about one hundred, thousand dollars a year that much is what we know. Now. What's IT GONNA mean. Here's marketplace's Mitchell Hartman. The committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Wades through complicated tax proposals and regulations all the time but President Miami McGuinness says the White House's memorandum on deferring payroll tax obligations leaves her with West Mark Mar starting with this one happens come January when employee payroll taxes that weren't collected come do nobody knows how the repayment part will have to restructure it's going to. Complicate the life of employers. Tremendously. If they have to be responsible for making sure that money gets paid back and small business tax advisor Barbara Weltman says this payroll tax holiday could change. So right now we're talking about deferral meaning you don't pay now you pay later the president has instructed the Treasury. Secretary to explore options including legislation to forgive those payroll taxes altogether. Pete Iceberg at payroll processor ADP says, it's going to be really complicated for employers to alter payroll tax collection media year for only some employees based on a salary threshold cramming changes of this magnitude normally require like six months to do. So it can be done sort of an emergency basis but maybe problematic he says employers could be liable for not withholding enough tax and underpaying the Treasury Randy dellwo owns a business that makes scientific instruments in Bend Oregon he talked to his ten employees at Zoom meeting this morning and. The consensus among our employees is that everyone would rather not defer their payroll taxes. For one thing, they would need to save the money so that they'd have it available to pay back at the end of the year the committee for a responsible federal budget estimates temporary payroll tax deferment could leave us workers with as much as one hundred, billion dollars of extra pay through December. But if a lot of businesses and employees followed the lead of Randy Woes Company, the impact will be more muted.

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"medium years ago" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"How do we get to compromise? How do we get to mediation? That's I think that's. An important thing for the big picture. I think of visual. Representation is really helpful. I know when Dr Emoto was alive. He changed so many lives and he didn't have to say a word. His visuals in his books said so much yet. So for those of you that are listening had never heard of Dr Motor I. Highly Recommend that you go. Look him up on the two Google. Just go Dr Eam, O., E., M., O., T., O. Dr Motto is deceased, but his family. Is carrying on his work and they're writing children's books, and and they're teaching us so basically what it is! Clear Glass Jars. Filled with water of the same like. If you take it out of a stream, it's the same water indifferent. Containers yeah, and they put different words on him so like this like you, said the love, bucket and the the. What was the other barrier your bucket? Yeah, so the fear bucket would say things like you're ugly. You're stupid. your gross whatever they were be. They've been nasty words. You know hurtful words, and on this side it would be beautiful. Words love being the biggest one I love you. You're beautiful kindness. All the all the things that you can think of that would be positive and then. They take that for a long time and let people. Think those thoughts as they're looking at the water, and then they freeze that water, and then they take it under a microscope, and they see what looks like, and it turns into crystals with the beautiful like. snowflakes beautiful, just gorgeous you. You just have to see the pictures and the ugly nasty gross. It really truly is. It Looks Brown it looks disgusting. No form is just globs of. Brownish gross looking stuff, and that tells you a lot about not what you say or how you hurt somebody, but how you feel. When you say those words when you're loving somebody when you're putting that good energy out there, it does matter. It does absolutely. and. You know I. I believe that there are enough of us who truly understand this that? If we all really got on this bandwagon and said Hey I am I am removing myself from the chaos I am. And I'm focusing in a different direction, and that's why I think it's very important to have a common goal because it's always more powerful to move towards something in love rather than away from something in fear. So I was just thinking I've got these little sticky notes. Little. What you can do is write the word live on when I'm and could don't and here I could stick it on myself I. Love Me. Yes, absolutely I know people that put those stickers on their on their toilets anywhere. They have water on their water faucets. Put Love signs it but. You know there are a lot of water blessings that are going on, and you know that's going to be our next. Big Crisis is water. it's it's becoming a religious you so. To just? Pay Attention is. If sort of like getting back to more of an indigenous way of life. To to know that everything. Is Affected by energy everything the walks. You know or affected by energy and the animals and the sky and the weather, even as we can even sometimes control the weather, I don't know if he lineage remember overrun, maybe ten years ago or more I don't even remember. It but it was aiming right for Texas coast and our friend job I tally put out word on his email blast. Let's all pray that the hurricane, either veers off or it lessons, and there's no damage and everybody in his whole group, which he has a massive mailing list. Everybody started praying and the Hurricane Hanna fizzle out. It works if we all. Lined we are that powerful. And when we work together. Toward a common goal with that kind of power, it becomes even more powerful ladies. I found the picture. I, Oh, you did well, can you? Yes, yes. Yup Innocent Fan Beautiful. Isn't that amazing. You have many ways. True. That this is what Emoto did for us. He showed the old world the power of our words our thoughts are. Using our. It. It's all there in in his photographs. Brilliant Man. I got to medium years ago. He came to Houston with his wife, and I got to go to a meeting with him at all. It was just heaven on earth. I love to meet those kind of people who they're so special. So Karen says. Of you jumped out of a plane, never never go into. Why do you ask Aaron have you. That's a funny question. Yeah, no, never have I. Never will a perfectly good airplane. Why would you jump out? Now I'm not saying I would I would I would probably try skydiving if if the opportunity right opportunity presented itself really okay. Yeah, I probably would. All right. Now. I'm too big. Chicken me. I don't know that sounds like it might be really just to be able to be freefalling like that and look at the earth. You know quarterback, so my ex husband was he was in the Air Force, and we got to go up in one of the planes that have the. It's a plexiglass, or whatever lower in the bottom you know and we. We got to lay down in there, so I got to see kind of what you're talking about. Awesome without free following, you know. I didn't have to go through that in order to see the Earth Down Baloney. It was beautiful I. Didn't know they had that kind of an airplane. Wow. Boats like that. On a boat, so you then the fish and wildlife and all okay did. Karen say she's saying. y'All were talking gears Oh. Here's out now. She's saying sears I. Don't. I don't. Fear for me to jump out of an airplane. Were I've I've talked about the love. Affair Back. That's true. What's interesting is that's all energy we're talking about like in the love, bucket would be compassion all those things that turned the water beautiful. And then in the fear, bucket is anger, and you know, but if you really look at energies on a spectrum with a tail end in each bucket. So! You know you have anger in the fear but bucket, but if you go over to the other end of that energy, it's passion. So how how are you expressing? You know what's coming through. You know. You've got joy in the love bucket, and the other end of that is you know depression? So it's a spectrum of emotions. oftentimes, we're somewhere in between you know. Selling. It's very difficult to live in one of the other all the time, having the human being experience you know. In Life, just throw stuff at US and. Really he does. Sometimes, we're not looking for it or we don't want it, but we always learn something if we're really on the ball got. Hey, what was I supposed to learn because of this? Look at it for that lesson. Then it'll make more sense and I have to tell you I've had some of those lessons that I've never figured out. We'll try to help you. Figure it out. Is Interesting because most of those situations in our individual lives. You know the things that that really challenges have to do with other people. You know it's very seldom that you're having a problem unless you're in a hurricane or something, but most of our life lessons come through other people, so one of the things that that I've learned to do is when I have a button pusher in my life. We've all got one or two come on..

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"medium years ago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:39 min | 3 years ago

"medium years ago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Okay Ole boy of Colorado good morning everybody we are back at it five minutes after nine o'clock six minutes after nine o'clock it would be after they've loaded with Louis and Kathy Lee with you on this beautiful Tuesday morning morning guys morning what's up gave you guys we just delved back into your previous show morning Gregory Beyer good morning Dave plenty of grants running around here Morty Morty grant without a microphone how was your how was the Rick Lewis show with Kathie Lee this morning you know it was good we have on today Philly will one today parks will parks we talked a lot about his fashion you know he's very fashionable guy is shoes glasses yeah yeah it's gonna break now is gonna get some well park shoes because they were the same size forgot a we are we we're going to win the rich shoes as I said you guys give me a hard time for shoe shopping because that just means your stylish god man he's a what size shoes do you wear I said you know twelve and have thirteen he sits same as I wear and in it he said he hook you up yeah he has told me that he he ends up giving a lot of his shoes away gonna recycling which is what I do with with dragon so he said he's gonna hook me up with a pair is gonna give the shoes are gonna give it away you have to give you a pair of the once he gives away to give me a pair she wore that's a deal yeah well depends on the issue that's good you're not complaining or night never complain about very shoes what do I think it's a little beneath use were close to mail it the as your money to say as your agent here what do I feel a little weird about the fact you're gonna wear will park shoes that he's giving away I have to see what they were about we just say thank you and only then to charity I don't know if he's talking about athletic shoes or dress shoes in a matter game worn cleats game more cleats that would be more cool in my book that local that have like to see Rick where some really at all parks game worn cleats maybe to buffalo the Saturday around office where my yeah so what if that's good well some people you know I don't know where she was a couple times and and then donated like Dr the ones that give you drag in there like a brand new show they've only been worn like twice yep then yeah I bet Philly well doesn't wear and his two shoes too much either so they basically brand has got seventy pairs of shoes I've never other than I guess if you have a lot of money I've never been able to understand the idea behind I'm going to buy new shoes in where I'm a couple of times and they just get more that's like what but Kathy has shoes she's never even warned that spends have shoot that to the my closet Kathy's a girl at cherry tree I mean we have to you know there are differences even though nowadays we all wanna be like don't worry but there are differences between men and women that I think should be acknowledged and that's one of them that is one of what you're worried about said David also Kathy I mean I I I can understand I don't understand but I I get it the women have shoes and you know they put in boxes they were that one only once a year that will but man you see where I'm all the time yeah we're like more practical when we are the shoes except you we are all you know yeah we are although I like to have a a selection I like to have options so I I took the grossest thing to a woman that I know as a friend and a man with respect to shoes I I'm just you know I love you but I'm just saying well then you might want to get to know Philly will because he's got way more she's an actually he's an NFL guy that does guys don't count then council no because they they they you know they they're first of all he's twenty what is a twenty four or five some like that like that right yeah can we just say he's in he's a millennial they have a different they have a different way of doing things than we do you know when I was twenty five I probably had one pair of shoes maybe two that's all we could afford so that's all I can afford right yeah I don't know I like shoes no it's okay to like shoes I just I don't get is worse happy where now we're in like two times and given away I mean that's unless you're given to a friend I do get into a fresh yeah all right there's something else we talked about two of seven on the ten employers have rejected a person because of what they found on their social media for a job wow seven I tried any but while so keep that in mind you our listeners here okay away for what you put on social media because it is there I mean it's there forever and it's costing people job opportunities on not only jobs but job opportunity you don't want somebody doing something bad or ranting about something negative that's gonna represent your company yeah that's right you know and that's the unfortunate part on thing people think about when they're ranting on their social media about politics of ranting about somebody or you know it's remember that people are always watching you or or or posting that selfie that you took at one thirty in the morning at the club before you got the over maybe not see and that's the thing millennials have had to deal with the we didn't when we were doing dumb things in college nobody could document it there's no social media I I completely agree with that but today you know young people they they post everything they they they have a tendency to post like their whole life on social media which can be a big mistake so all those stupid frat parties and sorority parties and dumb things you're doing with your friends in college and then then you go to get your first job then you know you're applying for a big company they're going to look at that I mean they I mean I I don't know that there's a company out there obviously that in in today's time would not check if they were going to hire somebody would not go back and check their social media all all the time right absolutely got thing back Rick when you and I are in school we we we are I know I did probably did plenty things that that I shouldn't have done but there is no way to document it unless somebody was walking around with a Polaroid camera in their pocket I mean that just that's the only way there was the document we didn't have cellphones so you didn't have to don't you didn't think about think about things that Kevin Hart who's had to apologize for putting things on his social media years ago ten years ago joke from ten years ago yep that now that people have to apologize for the Murphy Eddie Murphy just apologize for there was a thirty years ago he did raw yeah any mileage Isaac now sold right and just be careful with that little advice public servant seven out of ten are being rejected seven out of ten employers have rejected people because because of what was on seven out of ten employers yeah tell your checked okay so not seventy percent of the work for now seven out of ten employers from the text one by the way my space started nineteen ninety eight according to a texture and Facebook two thousand four so my space now we're going that's twenty years yeah that was the first thing where you could post dumb things did you guys have my space I do not I never did not I was the first social media platform I had I remember you actually rank your friends from one to eight hi friends who is your best friend right so people would change it from day to day like Susie had a fight with whoever so she would go down on the list a couple I remember starting so many arguments in school wow what was that what what were you doing great because I I don't remember ever did that was a base I didn't either I always I always thought that was for kids it was available to twenty years ago our star trek's was for kids no but I thought my space no a lot of bands put their stuff on my space and that's why I was on my space check out this is kind of the first things that were new bands could put out their music right you could post songs to your page and while it was very cool because most space still up and running now like when when did it so it basically to shut it down when did that happen Facebook came around my space kind of dwindled off is Facebook go in is this still growing or is that starting to kind of fate all right I thought it had flattened out a bit I would think if what Facebook you said some P. R. gaffes right in the Lisle should say two or three years that I think of really Yallourn people off trying to sell your information to companies and that would that would be one of them for sure and all the politics yeah I know they got pretty caught in that I think Facebook is trying to change so you know trying to the Facebook owned Instagram and everybody loves Instagram see I still I still am trying to figure out how Facebook monetize is to the point that mark Zuckerberg would be worth I don't know so until we in dollars so how do I mean he owns that and I would say okay so how how do you how do you monetize that others adds a lot of Facebook that yeah but but there's ads on Facebook that cannot well maybe I shouldn't say that maybe it does make that much money I would think of that you have a billion users and it targets to you your ads kind of target two years so think about you know if you're see a Nordstrom matter whatever and have targeting to a billion people right just showing you different clothes that you would wear because of what you bought before and then the money you pay Facebook to promote something trail you know I've boosted band videos on Facebook before done cost much no it doesn't but you think if there's a billion people doing this yes a lot of money and a lot of lot of people play you know companies use Facebook ads just toward temporary like okay we have a show tonight yeah whatever email it promotion man yeah well it's a it's interesting Rod Stewart is you know what you just canceled broad Stewart cancer so I we were so looking forward to having him on what happened to it throat infection yeah and he thought he would be better notes is thought would sound better this morning but he woke up and it was still scratchy level they'll get it we'll get him here in the near future so that and reschedule house roster late seventy seventy seven dash out it's going to be alright yeah yeah of the late seventy seventy four seventy Thea worker all right seventy Shia a long time three seventy is she says seventy mid seventy seventy four mid seventies yes but you know it is it's right in the middle now most almost in the middle is he married to now I I haven't followed the rugs to restore at I don't know a lot of wives I think a lot of women well the all time greats he said well you're well fed me Rachel hunter the actor another model model he is married to her for a long time I really like his voice.

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What internet search is like behind China's Great Firewall

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:31 min | 3 years ago

What internet search is like behind China's Great Firewall

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. Look into internet life behind the great firewall of China from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. This week activist shareholders in alphabet, the parent company of Google spoke out against development of Google Dragonfly. That's the internal codename for a project reportedly working on a censored search engine for China. We hear a lot about web censorship in China. But how does it work? What's it like to use? It we called marketplace. Correspondent Jennifer pack in Shanghai before we officially started. The interview Jennifer wanted to check something with Bing, the one US search engine that operates in China. Yeah. Being it wasn't going. Well, well, you're experiencing what it's like to have the internet in China, which is that I have to switch between turning on and off VPN. She takes forever. And now I have to restart. My computer Jennifer has reported from inside China for years. She says censorship is getting stronger. It used to be that. If you had steered clear of what? We call the three t's Tiananmen Tabet. Anti warn talking about the sensitive topics about independence or the protests that happen TNN. Then you're pretty much safe. But increasingly this list has gotten longer and longer and it changes day by day. So in some instances, if it's banned search term, you will get a message that says sorry, you were trying to access something that is in violation of Chinese law. So you know that it happened. But there are other instances where you just get a limited number of search results. But you don't even really know that it's been censored do Chinese people, even call it censorship. I mean, that's what we would call a here. But like when you're living it, how do you refer to it. I don't think that the majority of people in China realize that what they're getting is censored because remember their media years also censored, and I have to say the internet works, very fast. If you are restricting yourself to just Chinese tools searching in. The Chinese language within China. The problem happens when you're trying to access web sites outside or you're trying to access Chinese language websites, which have sensitive information negative information about mainland China. That's when it becomes a bit more difficult to access up. But does not completely shut off because sometimes people will say, well, I can still get it. There are tools and ways to get around it. But the purpose of censorship in China is not to stop all information from coming in. It's just to stop the average person in China to make it difficult enough for them to access these websites that they just eventually give up those sensitive surge have any kind of economic impact. And I mean like does it lead people to make less informed decisions about business or like household finance business and economic news and information used to be quite open and for business journalists it used to be very open as well. But increasingly they're facing a lot of pressure to. Not report the news because now economics has become political right with the US China trade tensions. And all of that, Jennifer pack is marketplace's China correspondent I asked her how she gets through the great firewall online. She wouldn't say didn't want the government to catch on and block her work arounds. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by backlog, developers know, the importance of officiency and transparency when it comes to collaborating on a team backlog is the perfect software development tool for managing issues from start to finish create tasks and track progress with features like Gant and burn down charts. Tackle bugs update teams on various issues and push code out from get to backlog, do all this and more with one easy tool. Try backlog for your team free for thirty days using the special URL backlog dot com slash marketplace.

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