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"modicum" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

01:58 min | 3 d ago

"modicum" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"And both have had some modicum of success, but they haven't both had that. Russell's had that, right? Nathaniel Hackett hasn't had that. Not even a little bit. Nathaniel Hackett hasn't even begun to experience that. So I think you're bringing up some good points here in that. The next guy you bring in, which at this point, I think it's safe to say that's going to happen. I don't think there's any way that Hackett can keep this shop. Unless Russ really does a one 80 based upon what we've seen. And this is a guy who's still got a torn Latin at torn hamstring, right? I mean, we're not going to see his play drastically improve between now and the end of the year. But what you can hope you can see is with Clint kubiak now calling plays, you hope you see a more efficient efficient offense, which I think we saw in the first half. I think we saw a better flow better sequencing. It went away a little bit in the second half, but as long as you can continue building those blocks, I think you do have the opportunity to build some momentum. Now that's all assuming Russ can continue to build week to week to week. Russ is at home today. Russ is sitting at home with the family today. We know Russ is a workaholic. I imagine Russ isn't too thrilled, really, that he's got nothing. I'm sure he's doing plenty at home. I'm sure he's got the gym and he's got his whole staff probably coming over and they've got a giant dinner and chef Andrea's cooking up her finest today and probably he's got the secondary chef in there today too, most likely. The point is, is that at a certain point, all this other crap aside, this guy's got to start playing like an elite quarterback. Again, for the Broncos to even have a chance to get back to any of the stuff you're talking about. But what does that look like? I don't know. That's the truth. I think they win on Sunday. I actually think they win at Carolina simp darnold this dreadful. It's his first action of the year. He's a turnover machine. And I think the defense forces turnovers and they win the game. But after that,

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"modicum" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"modicum" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

"If by some act of greed or passion, he imperils his moral future and destroys the peace and the well-being of the house. Shall I not be grieved with him? With an anger, proportioned to the love, I bear him. You see the father who says, you can just go and do what you want. What do I care? Who wants such a father? And in God, we do not have that kind of father. The difficulty that many of us will face with this is because we have such a superficial view of what has happened to us when we came to trust in Christ. Until we get some kind of modicum of an understanding of the fact that the way we were was dead, drifting, disobedient, debased and destined for the wrath of God. Until that begins to dawn upon our hearts, then we will neither praise him as we should, nor will we explain to our friends and neighbors why it is so important for them to know the love of God in Jesus, because in the back of our minds, we'll be saying of them what we're tempted to say about ourselves, well, you know what I'm not a bad guy after all. My boss is not such a bad guy either. He's a nice guy. He's very good with his wife. See him with his children. He goes on vacation. All of that is true. But the divine diagnosis is your boss is

"modicum" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"modicum" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"And without a lot of savings, it's people aren't surprised, hearing this, that, you know, 9 years into your marriage, you begin to think maybe the debt we've accumulated has been too much. So what did you do? How did you try to lay the pillow? Wasn't it a Dave Ramsey book or something? You were trying to get sherry to read, but it was taken some time. And you know, it started back actually our journey started in 2008, but two years prior to that on a date night, believe it or not, we had gone to a bookstore where both bibliophiles were big readers and even met at a library. We even had ran into each other at a library as part of our story. So we both love books. And I sat and read Dave Ramsey's book at the library, and I put it back on the shelf. I've since bought other copies, so we have absolution. But when I read it, I thought, yeah, this is something that I want to do, but I learned a very valuable marriage lesson in that moment is that you can have a great steak dinner, you know, with all of the fixings. But if you present it on a trash can lid, nobody wants to eat that. And that's what I did with the journey is basically I said, here's what we are going to do. That is not how you present something, right? And you should present something with love. And I would challenge and admonish listeners out there that any time that you're trying to take a big step or make a big change, it needs to be presented with love. I didn't present it very well. I didn't cast the vision well enough. Did you know that at the time or how long did it take you to represent it to cherry in a way that she thought it was kind and good hearted? I think what happened is that I changed myself because that's the one thing that we do have some modicum of control over is how we act and I had stopped using the credit card. I had taken more steps personally to change my own actions and my own relationship with debt. And then I started basically sending destination postcards dreaming and saying, what would it look like if we were out of debt? How could we be more generous if we were out of debt? Where could we go? What would our kids future look like? What could our future look like together? And begin dreaming together again as a couple was a very important first step. As opposed to just dictating. Sherry, let me ask you this. You talked about the debt being boring debt. I thought that was really funny. What is boring debt versus exciting debt? Well, I think I was interviewed by magazine a long time ago and they wanted this sensational story. That we had gone on some crazy vacation or I had boots in every color or we had nothing fun to show for it. There were no photos from a high flying skydiving experience. There were no clothes in the closet that were named bran. We literally nickeled and dimed our way into that much debt. We obviously had loans that were car related and school related. But we also had no plan for our money. So if one of the kids got sick and we didn't have cash in the bank, well, we were going to pay with plastic, or we ran out of grocery budget money.

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"modicum" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"modicum" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"The young prince wanted to clear his head. Wanted to go back to a time and place where things had made sense. Even if they were terrible, he wanted to go home. He told the king that when he left his father, the man was crushed by poverty. The young man was a prince now. The heir apparent and he stopped himself. Well, one of them, he smiled at his wife. She made a show of smiling back. Anyway, the prince said that he wanted the happy ending to the story. Where he went home to his father, gave him everything he needed, and the old man was able to live the rest of his life in happiness. Knowing that his son would be fine. I would like to go with you. My dear husband, the princess stood, the princess heart leaped. She did? That was fantastic. Yes, please. He turned to his father in law, the emperor, could he have a ship? It was across the sea. The emperor was just happy that the prince and princess were speaking. He said that he would outfit the ship immediately. In truth, he would have given them anything to see a modicum of the love between them that they had before his daughters incident. The prince hadn't been on the sea since he enlisted, and the army of the empire. Now, though, he was the empire. He was the heir apparent, and someday he would rule side by side with the woman he loved. The woman. He had loved. The princess's footsteps tapped along the deck. And soon, she stood beside her husband. He thanked her for coming. She didn't reply to that. Instead saying that the sea, everything in it, and the land they would come to, one day, it would all belong to him. Us, he said, correcting her? She shook her head. Now, now it would be him. He would be in control. And he could leave her behind in an instant. But I wouldn't do that. The prince argued. He went into the darkness. To death for her. You wouldn't do it. The princess said, but years change people, power changes people. The person you'll be in 20 years won't be that callow farmer's son, making promises on the deck of a ship. He would be an emperor, an emperor that was only there because he married her. And if she couldn't give him sons or if he just met somebody else, one of the countless people who would throw themselves at him, as emperor, she'll be at best, cast aside. At worst, killed. She sighed, she had so many plans for this empire. And they can be fulfilled. We can do it. Together, the prince said with a smile. Side by side, you and me. Oh. They'll be fulfilled. But not by us. By me. She said, as the dagger slid into the prince's side. He cried out and tried to reach for a sword, but the attacker twisted the knife. Pulled the prince's sword out, and threw it into the sea. While the prince was riding in agony. After you die, I'll turn the ship around and do the same to my father, she said. Then, no one would stand in her way. The prince dropped the deck. Blood poured out. The princess kissed the ship captain. The one she had convinced to carry out her wishes, and stab the prince. While she distracted him. When he is dead and make sure confirm. Throw him overboard. She said. The captain bent down with the knife. Finish the job, and then some. And toss the prince's body

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"modicum" Discussed on Subtly Weird With Usman

Subtly Weird With Usman

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"modicum" Discussed on Subtly Weird With Usman

"It was to see. Oh, that's crazy. Yeah, that's crazy. Yeah. So now you want to go back into talking about music now. I feel like I just put the mood. But serious stuff. Why did you not see that? Listen to a story, and they call it this whole, we add nature and let's go back. Let's go back. So go back. Defeat. Anyhow. So talking about music again. How do you see music barriers? I feel like I have to explain. Should I explain? In terms of language, you know. Like, do we even have any barrier in music itself? Like, I feel like it transcends the normal reasoning of we are not like, you don't have to be I like in music. That makes it for me. I don't think there's a barrier in music. There are any barriers in music. Except for your preference. The only barrier, because if you talk about a language, there is a friend song that I like this song alone dance. I just love that song. I don't speak a modicum of French. From parades are going to be described. Yes, we are. Yeah. But what? I just love this song. So I don't think language is like. So for me, my preference is just what determines. But what if you don't understand what this is saying in this song? Yeah, like this song, I don't understand what the person is saying. If we think about it, sorry. If you think about this, all these Nigerian music now is just popping a lot now. But we speak a lot of Europe and then you see white folks just. Yeah, apart from that, let me tell you something. So bubba, there were these like the top 50 songs of the years. Funniest in number four was like a million.

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Sebastian Talks to Maj Toure, Founder of Black Guns Matter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 6 months ago

Sebastian Talks to Maj Toure, Founder of Black Guns Matter

"Down. He is a patriot and a warrior for the Second Amendment. He's marged Toure of black guns, matter much. Welcome back to America first. Hey, what's up Doc? I appreciate you for having me. I would never ghost you, Doc. I know. I know I'm just having fun. I'm so glad mister J you can't hide from mister G my producer. He will track you down and he found you, but let's, before we get to the serious stuff, well, this is serious two minutes have a little bit of fun because I like the T-shirt you're wearing. If you're not watching us on rumble, why? If you're listening, he's got an OD green shirt that says black guns matter that I think I think I've seen before. There you go. I've got the long sleeve version. There I am with my Daniel defense Mark 18 with a DR Specter four times scope and a suppressor, love that gun. It's my new favorite what should I say to get rid of varmints that are two legged that would dare to raid my home? That's what I'm using. And Marge, I posted that a few days ago and the left. I'm wearing your T-shirt. They went insane. Why did they go insane? And why did you have to step up? I saw you step up and comment on my Instagram post. Yeah, it had to be said because a lot of times, you know, people that are usually freedom people or people that are more identify on the right, we tend to live and let live. And the leftists have allowed that to work in their favor. So you have somebody that hasn't done any research, they don't know what the shirt is about. They don't know what you're supporting. They don't do a modicum of just, you know, Google's to see exactly what our organization is about. But then they wanted to jump all into this tirade about somehow this means that he's doesn't, you know, Doc doesn't care about black life and this and all of these different things. And a lot of times freedom people just let people be wrong. But I just took personal offense to that. You know, you've had us on your platform several times. We've met at cpac. We've chopped it up and I just think that we got to start pushing back when there's a false narrative being explained. And I knew those guys were completely wrong. And I felt like, we could poke some fun at it. So when I reposted a retweeted it, everybody started to, you know, ratio those guys tremendously, but it just speaks to the level of how people will repeat a narrative based on assumption with no actual facts, no actual research. And we got to, as many times as we can, make those people look foolish because if they're foolish, maybe they'll be quiet and learn before they. All right, I doubt that, but we've got to push back and you push back very

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Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 7 months ago

Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state

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"modicum" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"modicum" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"Point is to lose. The point is to lose. I will look lint done in the eyes and tell her this. You can't do it. I would. You can't put 7 WNBA with other roster and expect to win anything. You're going to come back with the nub you go to. And that's fine. She can not, hey, that's fine. But I'm not believing that this team is in any way, shape or form. Expect it to win even a modicum of games. Like they're going to, they're going to be bad and then you know what, they're going to be next year. They're going to be bad again next year, and then the year after that, they may be awesome. That's just how it's going to work. Because there's so many young. The babies. I know, but I don't want to, I don't know. I guess I'm just always the glass half full. I never want to give them any. If we're coming in every day and we're busting our bus in practice, you would run in. We're executing our plays. We have games. I'm not going to go in and say like, do your best honey. And if we lose, it's okay. There's no way they're going to have that mentality. If that's what happens, that's what happens. But trust and believe, they're going to go out there and they're going to fight. They're going to go out there and compete. And they're not going to go out there half step in. They're not going to go out there halfway pressing on the gas. We floor in that sucker. And they're going to be playing hard. And if they lose, they lose, but it's not going to be because they're not going hard. No, I think they're going hard. We're just going to no, no. It's not that they're going to lose because they're not talented they're not playing hard. They're going to lose because they're inexperienced, they have no idea how to play with each other. And are starting, again, they have 7 rookies on the team. I can't get behind it. Okay, and also Tiffany Hayes, please, show out for me because I love Tiffany Hayes. She's one of my favorite players in the league. And I think she's been good for a while. It's just been like really weird in Atlanta the last few years. I think this year, they have a team that makes more sense around there. Again, I don't think they're trying to win because they shouldn't be because you want to leave a Boston. I'm calling this group actually me as the balaam for Boston or a losing for Aaliyah. That's why that one's bad. That sounds bad. It was bad but it's also funny. They're a losing for Aaliyah, but I just think Atlanta is pretty good. I think it lasts pretty good. I think we have to pump the brakes on how much they're winning. I think Indiana is going to get a go right into it. I think you're going to get back that up. Might be pleasantly surprised. I don't know, but that's just me. I've always, you know, I'm hopeless, optimist, so. Maybe we should start at the bottom. This is our most disagreement. Really was. We were pretty much, you know, kumbaya all the way through to 11 and 12. We were. And fever fans, before it's way too late, you've already got mad at me. If you're listening. But it's too late. But I do believe in what they're building personally. I just don't. They're not building for now. It's not for twice. Not a now team you're thinking of. I just never say no. You have them winning more than 6 games. I do. Okay. And that could be 7, but it could be, it's more than 6. I would say less than 6, if I had to. Ahead of it 66, it's probably sounds right to me, but less than 6 about. Atlanta is more than 8. They'll have 6 by all star. And we can hear it. I'm writing that down. Thank you promise on that. Yeah, put a sticky like, you know, Ernie and then be on TNT. I'm gonna put sticks. You know what? You're right. I'm gonna put some stickies here and we're gonna put it up there. 'cause I want to see it. We'll have 6 wins by the all star break. Yeah, that's on one of the post at school. Oh, you know, we should have done some predictions. We'll do that next week. Yeah, one week into the season predictions next week. We planned out the show. Okay, I'm done. I'm done. Well, they cut the lights off. They've got bless America. That means we got to get up out of here. We don't have to go home, but we will see you on Friday. Yes. For the mystics home opener against the Indiana fever, which they're gonna win that game now, damn it. You have to be there for many reasons, especially for my post it note that's gonna be up on the wall behind game. But until then, we will see you at ESA. We will see you at all of the WNBA games to start this great 26th season of the league and we can't wait for another exciting summer. But we gotta get up out of here. So for Gabe Ibrahim, I'm Christy winters guy right here on the her hoops stats podcast network.

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Big Tech Was Wrong About Censoring Hunter Biden Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 8 months ago

Big Tech Was Wrong About Censoring Hunter Biden Story

"And you know something? Twitter was wrong. Facebook, all these platforms that banned people who reported and covered the Hunter Biden laptop story, they were wrong. The New York Times did a big deep dive the other day. They said, oh, yeah, that's legitimate. It's legitimate. Well, where's the apology? Where do we go now? You want to play in that sandbox? Why? Why would you let some 21 year olds not knows kid in a cubicle in San Francisco tell you what you're allowed to feel or think or say out loud? Why? I would find that emasculating. And I'm not going to give them the opportunity. Now, tell me where I'm wrong. Maybe I'll play the exchange with Mark Davis later today. You can hear it because this is a big deal. This big tech censorship thing has got to stop. And according to Mark, again, a dear friend, and I want to pick on him the last thing he wants is the government, he says, telling Twitter what to do. There should not be any government interference, he said, in a private company like Twitter. And frankly, I think the argument can be made that the republic utility. Everybody uses it. They ought to play by some sort of some modicum of fairness. I'm not allowed to get on these airwaves and curse. The radio airwaves are regulated by the government. Why shouldn't Twitter? Why can't we break them

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"modicum" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"modicum" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Going, well, I'm not going to sign with you guys. I don't have a chance to make the NHL. And it's the same thing with the Panthers. It's like, okay, they draft all these guys. Who are they bumping out of the lineup exactly? You know? Unless you're Anton ladell and you're so good right away that you're just like the third line center. Right, exactly. And you don't get those guys where the Panthers are going to be picking the next few years. So yeah, you can get nola chari's spot, I guess, but they might just give that to some veteran they get for nothing on July 1st. Yeah. This might be the classic has only seen the movie boss baby, so he thinks every movie is boss baby. But I got some penguins vibes from what the Panthers did this year and also I think their outlook because what the Panthers have done so far in adding Giroux and sharat as well as those extra little depth moves. It reminds me a lot of what the penguins did back in 2013 when they got Jerome mcginley, Brendan morrow and Douglas Murray. You know, they paid a lot of future assets. I was shocked and felt elderly to find out that Claudia was only one year younger than Jerome mcginley was when the penguins traded for him back in 2013. They made a run to the Conference Finals. It didn't work out. That was their all in year. I remember all the talk being that. And then three years later, they go back to back and win the Stanley Cup because the fundamental pieces were there for them to build off of. The other thing and I guess one thing where I think maybe the Panthers let me down a little bit or I was a little disappointed with them. And I think the avalanche did this. Is, you know, if there's one thing the Panthers have proven in the past two years, it's that they are the new generation Mark donk team. Like they can just take any prospect that has any modicum or not even prospect, just project player that has any modicum of fundamental talent, even if they're underlying numbers in another situation, weren't necessarily that good. And as long as there's some kind of talent that you can point to or physical skill, they can turn that player into an impact player. And they did that big time at last year's deadline. They did it in the summer. Obviously did it in the summer that they got for haggie and duclair..

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Caller Surprised People Are Still Wearing Masks, Even When Alone

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 9 months ago

Caller Surprised People Are Still Wearing Masks, Even When Alone

"I will tell you this. First off, I enjoy your show. Thank you very much. I am in my early 70s. Yes, sir. You know, I've retired. I retired once and I'm working again for the last 6 years just because I can't set home and do nothing. Sure. I happen to work in an auto dealership. I'm in and out of people's cars, different people, every day, all the time, I can not I can not believe that some of these so called intelligent people, I guess. They still, they still masks for some reason or other. You see a man walking through a wound walking down the road with nobody within a hundred yards of him wearing their mask. I've never seen any more fearful people in my entire life. Now, but let me respond, but allow me to respond to that for just a moment. We got to remember something. You and I are on the same page. We obviously agree completely. But here's what I think you need to remember. If somebody wants to wear a mask, let them let them, you know? I mean, we don't know what's going on in their life. They might have stage four cancer, Howard. They might have, you know what I mean? And I know that people are afraid. You and I are fed up and most people aren't anymore, but I do think we have to have a modicum of understanding for people who might want to wear a mask for their own particular reason. They might wear a mask Howard for the rest of their life. Well,

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Would the Russia-Ukraine War Be Happening Under Trump?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 9 months ago

Would the Russia-Ukraine War Be Happening Under Trump?

"Debbie and I were in Florida the last couple of days and yesterday we had a very interesting one hour with Trump. We met in Mar-a-Lago and my family was there, Danielle, my daughter was there and her husband, so it was the four of us with former president Trump. And we talked about a bunch of stuff and I'm not going to go into it all. But he was very exercised, as he should be about the brutality that is being meted out by Putin in the Ukraine. And he rightly pointed out the obvious which is, this wouldn't be happening if I was in charge. If I was in the saddle, in fact, it didn't happen, so Trump doesn't have to prove it wouldn't happen. It didn't happen. So it's as the marxists like to say, it is no accident. It is no accident that this is happening under Biden. In fact, the last time the Russians acted up a Democrat was in The White House. Now, there's disturbing escalation at all levels in the Ukraine, perhaps most unnerving here is the foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. He's actually talking about the possibility of nuclear warfare. He was interviewed in Al Jazeera and he says, well, you know, who knows? It could be the start of World War three, and he goes World War three is going to be nuclear for sure. And unbelievably destructive. And so to have such an apparently casual references to nuclear war is disturbing to say the least. Now again, we should always think that these could be rhetorical tactics. It's a way of telling the west. Listen, it's very easy for you to talk about doing this and doing that, but don't forget that you're not your dealing here with a nuclear tipped power. And nuclear countries with massive nuclear capability deserve at least a modicum of respect because of what we can do to you if things get out of

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Trump Calls Putin a 'Genius'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 9 months ago

Trump Calls Putin a 'Genius'

"Jake, what do you think about the attempt to jump on president Trump's at best in artful statement at worst downright dumb statement about Putin? I think he was trying to do the George C. Scott in Patton moment, Rommel magnificent blank, I read your book, meaning to your an evil son of a gun, but we're just going to recognize that the malevolent genius at work here. And instead, Democrats are running up and down, and of course some of the cable channels are trying to, I just think they're crazy to try and make Trump the story when Putin's in Beijing Russian, invading Russia. What do you think? So I disagree with you respectfully. I actually don't, I mean, I don't know. I'm not a Trump ologist like many of my colleagues in the press are. But I do think that there is something to be said about, I mean, it was a ridiculous statement. I think it was a downright stupid statement. I think it was absurd. And I don't know how you explain that away. I get that make what you're saying makes a modicum of sense, but I think he's saying that I just think it's a naive statement. That's that. I can't read the guy's mind. But you know, I mean, listen, when things aren't going right for you, make the other guy the boogeyman. That's how it works. And in this case, in my estimation, he's a pretty easy and convenient boogeyman and it reads true.

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8,500 U.S. Troops on Standby for Possible Deployment to NATO Allies

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 10 months ago

8,500 U.S. Troops on Standby for Possible Deployment to NATO Allies

"About 8500 personnel United States forces have been placed on heightened preparedness to deploy if needed Not to deploy to Ukraine necessarily not to deploy to fight necessarily but to be positioned in some of our NATO countries I mean NATO's air for a reason And perhaps the concern is that this could bleed into one of our allied countries Should we get out of NATO We're the ones who set up NATO We set up NATO so we wouldn't have to go back to Europe and fight another World War Should we get out of NATO Get out of our agreements with Taiwan and Ukraine Surrender the Monroe doctrine which apparently John Kerry already did What else should we do Battlefield America Oh that would be lovely These are very troubling times Very grave You'd be a fool you'd be a nut to be trigger happy and I don't think we are I really don't I think you have to have some modicum of intelligence to break down a different pieces of this rather than black and white

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The Left Is Consistently Wrong About a Cornucopia of Things... But Why?

The Dan Bongino Show

02:14 min | 1 year ago

The Left Is Consistently Wrong About a Cornucopia of Things... But Why?

"So this week we've been covering often this divide in America I mean the real divide I don't mean it kind of like a silly over the top unnecessarily verbose way I mean an actual divide Grand Canyon like chasm where you have us the liberty lovers on one side And then you have these radical leftist lunatics on the other side And by the divide I mean this divide of like facts reason and reality You know there's always gonna be knuckleheads with any political affiliation I get that but don't you find it bizarre that the alternate universe the left lives in is so easily refutable by actually doing a modicum of homework on facts and data and yet they refuse to do it They are consistently wrong about a cornucopia of things Consistently just take part and I'm not talking about opinion matters I'm not talking about matters of opinion Like hey do you like hot weather or cold weather What do you think the ideal temperature for you That's a matter of opinion so right or wrong answer Paula's likes the heat She's Colombian she's loves the heat Paula likes the temperature in the house at like 97 I can't take it I can't I like the thing like an icebox So we've had to come to an agreement and I keep it at 67 and she puts like 30 blankets on But that's a matter of opinion The left isn't wrong about that They're wrong about matters of fact All the time that's the chasm And that's why the country is so divided We have the right us on the right and we are right saying no this is what happens when it comes to global warming This is what's going on with police officers and the shooting of unarmed black men Here are the actual numbers Here's who the written house the people involved in the case their race was white not black Here's what happened with the Trump tax cuts and here's what's going on like I said with the Corona with the climate climate change stuff And here's the coronavirus death rate These are facts The case fatality rate the infection fatality rate from coronavirus effects So how is it that the left keeps getting us wrong Well we understand that in the middle of a filling that chasm you know with with a moat full of alligators so that the sides never talk is the

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"modicum" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

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What's Happening at the US Border Is an Insane Crisis

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:08 min | 1 year ago

What's Happening at the US Border Is an Insane Crisis

"What is happening at our border is an insane crisis anybody with a modicum of common sense knows that you do not let people into the country unless you know who they are this is so basic. Anybody who doesn't get this is really foolish. And you can't even listen to them because this is really basic. You don't let people into the country unless you know they are whether they should be let into the country. There are people all around the world to come to this country. We can't simply let people in. We have a process that has been thrown in the garbage. We have total chaos. If our borders are not safe. We are not safe. And what do we need a tragedy. Do we need another nine eleven to happen before people say. Oh yeah you know you were right. We should've kept her eyes on that ball. What's going on. Ghanistan is a scandal. Yeah and we're is the pushback from the republicans. You got like a handful. Republicans pushing back. They should all be pushing back. I mean we. Have you know you mentioned democrat on one hand you could mention. You've got ted cruz. You've got josh. You've just got a handful of folks out there Devon nunez who are

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 Houston Rockets, John Wall Working to Find Trade Deal

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Houston Rockets, John Wall Working to Find Trade Deal

"Keith, let's start things off with John wall, a Houston rocket for now. But will not be a Houston rocket into the future. It sounds like he is going to be treatable. The rockets are hoping. They're hoping anyway. Let's get into that. What's going to happen here? The rockets, John wall working together to try to find a trade and he will not play any more games for Houston. Yeah, so this is that working together part is where it's very different from the 76ers and Ben Simmons who are not exactly working together. They're kind of working apart right now. So it sounds like by all accounts John wall has been very good in his time in Houston. He's been somebody that the younger players have really come to rely on for leadership. He's been a great leader for them. In the rockets are looking at insane. Look, we have a ton of guards that we want to play young guards to Kevin Porter junior, jaylen green, Josh Christopher, just adding in the last couple of years. Kyrie Thomas, who we picked up on a late season edition last year and he played quite well for them. So they want to play those guys. They don't necessarily want to play John wall, nor do they want to have John wall get hurt in kind of completely ruined maybe whatever little tiny modicum of trade value he may have left. There's no other way to slice this. It's 91.6 million. That he is owed. It's bad money. There's John wall would probably say at the same thing. Good for John wall for getting him what he did. And this is why you should never criticize a pointer for taking a max contract when it's offered to him. Team, other story we can have there. But at the time this contract was offered, wasn't necessarily as a bad contract. And either he's one of the first class of supermax guys to get it. So yeah, so what they're going to do is they're going to have them come to camp. He sounds like he's going to be there to kind of almost be like a glorified assistant coach. While they continue to try to work on

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Joe Biden Failed the U.S. Troops in Kabul

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Failed the U.S. Troops in Kabul

"This president has an obligation. any president has an obligation. Any president has an obligation to protect his country. And and the people biden didn't do it and now we have at least thirteen servicemen. Killed trying to do the impossible. President trump was on. Sean hannity last night and said how stupid child could figure out you. Don't pull them you. Don't pull the military app before he get the people out. Look at the comparison of four years of donald trump. to this guy here is biden. I know this is important. I can't call him president biden today. I know i should. I try to at least apply a modicum of respect to the office. Yes he is the president. I can't call him president biden today. I'm so mad. I'm emotional basketcase today. I'm praying i'm in heartfelt all of the sacrifice of these marines and this this medic these thirteen heroes who were put in an impossible situation and but i'm matt i'm so mad you think trump would ever stand there and admit that their instructing him who to call on. This isn't the first time biden has done this please. Jomon gave me a list here. I is expected to call was kallio download. Nbc you're the president of the you're the leader of the free world urine. You're being instructed who to call on. Do you think those words would ever leave. Donald trump's mouth. My gosh do. I miss him

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"modicum" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"Thank you so much for being with me today. Thank you joanne. I'm so excited. Oh good. I think you're so smart to put your website and your bio. I think i might steal that idea from you because a lot of people don't listen all the way to the end so brilliant on you. Thank you very much. I try to be brilliant. You know in between whatever. Faux pas embarassing moment. i'm having out in los angeles. I try to have know a modicum of intelligence running at some level. I love it so smart. You live with twenty pound cat. What's your cat's name. My cat's name is tig. After tigger. And i call him the we tiger and he's like a dog pretty much he is a cog he comes when i call him. He chases things he talks to me. I should probably try walking him. I think that could get me some dates walking around the neighborhood with tech. Yeah have you ever tried to put a harness on him. No i have not. But when i adopted him i adopted him on mother's day about eight years ago. They said that he's good with dogs. He's good in a harness which just felt. Wow lot of information like We'll make he's not going to be that kind of fetish cat with me. Let's just you're like let new life you're right like let's just see if we can have more of a demure cat. I don't now so now. Let's give them some freedom to decide. Okay let's get to know you a little bit better with your rapid fire questions. What was your very first job. My first job. I think i was sixteen in hilariously enough. I was already married. What i was married and divorced by the time i was twenty one so i got married two months before i turned seventeen and we wanted to buy a house at eighteen because i was getting a check change at seven at eighteen and so i had to get a job to establish some income and so i got a job at windchills..

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"modicum" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And there aren't really that many comparisons to make between ease the even fuel being very charitable so. I think he has to accept that. Britain is not really this great leader on the world stage with immense flexibility that he thought would happen. Brexit will apparently we promise we'll be like dolphin swimming through the oceans of international affairs. And actually we have to get on with the and we have to get on with america. Because the thing is he acquaintan- done hillary's quote rot point data. Decent gel sausages. It's just that everyone's excited on sausages because sausages a funding. It's this idea that it will still be possible. It's not supposed to be possible. Off the june thirtieth four british goods of various sorts to be exported to to northern ireland and boris. Johnson is climbing paperwork without the right paperwork. But boris johnson is now suggesting that despite having agreed to exactly that he's now going to agree to it and this is where the thing of president biden's irish heritage is being invoked by various people is it is every everybody possibly including the president himself massively overestimating the importance of that. Because i looked into it. It's too great great grandfathers. If i've done the maths right. That makes me roughly twice. The artist named joe biden is. But i don't really i don't allow that to sort of defined my job. Well it's a matter of what is the identity you choose and it was that that famous day when joe biden said got a question from the bbc and just instantly said. But i'm irish. And that is clearly what he feels in american politics. I i must say. I think it would be a brilliant coup for joe biden to to actually Negotiate a peace settlement between johnson. And the rest of the european union. An utterly ecessary squabble largely precipitated it must be said by the british side by johnson. Who is daniele said did a deal and then pumped he said. I'm putting in the wastepaper basket Which is incredibly dangerous as guards. The good friday agreement. And it's very clear that that is to joe biden who's always been engaged in trying to negotiate a peace in that is paramount importance. And he's not against somebody in johnson who just doesn't seem to really care. Bet i disagree with your little quentin. Because as he said it is a squabble negotiating a peace deal is is president is supposed to be doing right now. it's not always and suez isn't quite not quite and that's why i think it's extra embarrassing that The the the us has to get involved in this daniele. Pellett and quentin peel. Thank you both very much for the moment. We will have more from you shortly. You also to the daily on monocle. Twenty four liens is proud to partner the monaco daily on monocle twenty four. The world is better place when people have more courage than fair especially in uncertain times. Seek stability and confidence allience. Is that when it matters by supporting each other and sharing resources across the world has helped people to overcome their fears and looked the future with hope alleanza confidence in tamara interest. Welcome back to the monocle daily. I'm andrew melissa with me on my guests. Daniele pellett and quentin peel yesterday in the hague former bosnian serb army commander ratko mladic lost his appeal against his two thousand seventeen conviction for crimes against humanity committed during the bosnian war of the mid nineteen ninety s. He will therefore continue his life sentence. While any other verdict would have been a considerable surprise melodic oversight of the massacre of eight thousand men and boys in and around tributes in nineteen ninety five was more or less broadcast in real time. The upholding of latches conviction has been hailed as some indication that those who seek to perpetrate genocide at least have to consider the prospect of accountability Daniele if we frame the arrest and prosecution a nel confirmation of life sentence of ratko mladic in that particular context. How significant is it. Well i think it was. It was incredibly significant. If the whole international criminal tribunal for the former yugoslavia was incredibly significant. Although it was very far from perfect and there were many mistakes made i think in terms of international justice especially where we find ourselves now In recent years. I've been so many atrocities committed. It was a very successful operation. All the indictees were which is I would argue was well the eu eu incentives or played a part in in getting him not ditching and a red van courage into into the hague as well We i think the the survivors of conflicts now from from syria to yemen To the weigo's too. I think anyone who would be could even get a modicum of the justice that came out with the bosnian. Moore's would be incredibly positive. I'm the one positive. I think that we can take from this. Beyond the The impact on the victims and survivors as well is that now. We do talk about justice. Do there is an expectation that will be some kind of accountability. And this is not always this more honored in the in the exception rather than the it's rather than its activation. But that the idea that concept i think is really been firmly cemented in our understanding of international affairs just to follow that up. That accountability is obviously important for the accountability of the individual for the crimes that individual committed but do prosecutions like this have the lasting deterrent effect. That he's obviously hopeful because the prosecution of melodic has not stopped any of those other crimes to which you referred You could argue that didn't stop melodic from committing the crimes he committed. Well this is. This is a very strange thing. I covet the trial for for many years. And it took about the events. Burnett sir for instance. You think to yourself when you hear the test me like how did they think they get away with this. You know all the actions they took. Surely it was obvious that this would come out. And i think in the midst of war and conflict people do become overwhelmed by the situation and also by their feelings of impunity. And it's true also that that the the emphasis emphasis is on impunity rather than justice but in in nineteen the mid ninety nineties. It was inconceivable that people would be brought to justice. and i- i reassure myself with the idea that is inconceivable that will see sadhana human rights court but Perhaps that day will come on also activists in In syria and also now in belarus have also been encouraged by the previous successes to try and bring cases via universal jurisdiction. So i think we're chipping away at the edifice of of impunity clinton. Is there an argument here. That prosecuting and imprisoning and individual like melodic does also rather have the effect of getting everybody else off the hook for what wasn't done at the time. If you do for example as i think i do regard the war in bosnia as something of a crime of omission by the western powers. Which which let it happen for years and did very little about it. Is this one of those things where they can say what. It's far too late for them to take any responsibility for stopping the conflict. Look at least put away one of the bad guys. 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"modicum" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"We're watching politically in the united states. Is this attempt to play up. The idea that america's deeply racist place. And here's the problem for a lot of folks on the left. They look around and they say okay. Well america actually is not all that racist. Here's the reality. If you look at other countries around the globe. America is far less racist than those countries. If you look at countries in asia americas way less racist to countries in europe america is way less racist in fact. America is one of the most racist places on earth. And if you cite want chapter and verse about all of the people in the united states of minority races who have risen to unbelievable heights in the united states including the current vice president of the united states or the former president of the united states are the former attorney. General of the united states supreme court justices of the united states. If you point out that black americans have the highest household income in the united states of any black people anywhere on planet earth in any country. If you point this out if you point out that income mobility does in fact exist for every american if they make simple and basic decisions about how to better their own lives like don't have babies out of wedlock finish high school and get a job if you point that out. This sort of undermines the case that is made consistently by the left that america's deeply racist place see it used to be at the left claim that america was in the midst of a class crisis and this required a complete. Redistribution of wealth. Required the systems to be torn. Down will now since that didn't work out because it turns out that america's income mobility is amazing. That you can become middle class and your kids can become wealthy in the united states within a modicum of effort and responsible decision making as a general rule not for everybody but as a general rule the class based war that has taken place in the united states. On behalf of the left has shifted into a race based war in the united states on behalf of left and the argument here is that america is deeply racist today now again. The problem is when you look at the stats. What you see. Is that people of all races in. The united states are capable of succeeding so instead what we have shifted into is a different argument. That argument is that. American history is replete with racism and therefore differences in group outcome. Today can be chalked up to historic mistreatment. Now there are a couple problems. This argument problem number one is that it would require some sort of qualification. How much of. Today's problems are due to history. And how much of. Today's problems are due to decision. Making in the here and now and i'm not asking whether the decision making in the here now to which you have agency if that is impacted by history because the reality of life is that everybody's decision making is impacted by the history of their family going back since the beginning of human history. The question is did you have the capacity to do otherwise and the answer when it comes to most basic decisions in the united states is yes you did and so if you try to quantify that the argument that history is responsible for all of group differences in the united states. Today is not a particularly good. Argument is not particularly effective argument. And so what this has left people with is the bifurcated spectacle of on the one hand a democratic party that seeks radical change in the united states claiming that historic racism in the united states is so deep and so all pervasive that no matter. What kind of decisions you attempt to make. Today you won't succeed which is ally or on the other hand that racism still is a deep part of every aspect of american life and needs to be rooted out that really. Today's systems are in fact racist. Now again neither. These arguments is particularly compelling. Because if you look in. The united states at a variety of groups have been mistreated across american history. Insurer black-americans granted and true have been mistreated more than any other american group in american life and their explicit systems of discrimination that were embedded in law and designed in law against black americans all the way up until the civil rights act nineteen sixty four. It's also been sixty years since the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four which in sort of generational parlins three generations. But that can all be true. It's also true. That discrimination has place against asian-americans in american life in deep and abiding ways and yet asian americans have the highest household income of any income group in the united states. It's true that antisemitic. Anti semitism was part of american life. Really all the way up until the nineteen sixties even today jews are the most discriminated against group in the united states on the basis of hate crimes and yet jews have extraordinary household in the united states. In fact when we're talking about black. Americans are not what we would call american descendants of slavery right adolph's or there's a term that's used in social science and talking about say west indian blacks who have come to the united states. Over the course of the last forty years or talking that jamaican blacks have come to the united states over the course of the last forty years or so. Those groups performed very well in the united states in fact the single highest educated group in the united states right. Now i believe are nigerian americans right. Who are black by skin color. So the question is why you would say that. America's institutions today are racist when they are pretty clearly not racist two days. That argument doesn't really hold a lot of scrutiny. So what's happening. Right now is because race does have much more of a history in the united states in terms of being an obstacle to progress and and racism being an obstacle to the american ideal than does class. The left is still clinging to it and so the demand for racism is currently outstripping supply. The truth is on a day to day level in the united states. There is just not a lot of racism again on a relative level. This is not to deny that. Racism occurs is tonight that they're bad people out there who are racist it is to it is to point out that if you are calling for world breaking change if you're calling for all the systems of the united states to be overthrown and redone you need a really big crisis in order to make that happen last year. The democrats used covert crisis in order to push that forward and covered his waning. And so they're running out of steam on that one if attempted to use income inequality but most people don't actually see. Income inequality is a crisis. They may see it as a problem. They don't see it as a crisis. In fact most americans don't really care that much about what their neighbor is. Earning they tend to care a lot more about what they are earning but the rape crisis is something that the media have latched onto and it turns out that if that is not a crisis if most americans are happy to live side by side with people of other races and aren't discriminating day to day life against people of other races. The demand for racism outstrips supply demand for a lot of racism in society. So that you can tear down the systems and say the systems themselves must be extirpated in order to substitute a quote unquote less racist system. You need a lot of racism to make that case and that racism just is not all pervasive. It just is not and to the media. We're gonna play up everything a bring you. Today's latest ridiculous example of this in just one second first. Let's talk about the fact that if you're looking to save money on your mortgage you may not have much time left. 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"modicum" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

Des Ondes Vocast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

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"modicum" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"modicum" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"What is the louis francois gayer. Yes yes the gary types. I camera my. This is my second. Favorite usage of daguerreotypes in media other than life is strange the video game. Yeah the first episode like the strange to'real thing in the in the classroom me of that roast professor teaching together. It's you ever played. life is life is strange. It's quite good quite good. If i want to read a book i will. It's quite good. You did read a book. It's called disco elise eum. It's a very long book. So the the good thing about rusty is so sassy dire whose name. I'm probably butchering as on the phone sky. In like he hangs up on them yes and later when he arrives at home. Rusty is kind of like you know outside kelly. Everything good all things. Good yup and like Very like non forthcoming with like and then finally it comes onto sasha. Look i'm sorry. I hung up on you like that. Felt like a real genuine person moment because it was great. It was a really good. Because he's like i like going out but listen. That was rude. i was wrong. Do you wanna talk about. And they made up. This weirdly heartwarming. I. it's always good to see a multimillionaire. Treatment is his staff with some modicum of humanity. Wasn't there a early on in the episode where exhumed in a characters face Another character just said buoy off for some reason. Yeah that happened in literally the opening of this. Yeah so so. Layla shows up at the crew. Hey hey hang out and tells tony to read a hey. Sasha dire needs to meet your something wrong than for no reason the only line cisco hats in this in this episode feels like he looks right into the camera and goes buja for no reason or absolutely a reason and also cisco's other line is he finds a fro yo because apparently frilly of the thing that we wanna keep bringing back and then at the very and i don't know if he says.

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"modicum" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

"I'm just gonna go with dumpster fire. I mean you could not have a worse process with more. You know mass. The politics in the background turning people off from an important election process. That was an opportunity to really have meaningful conversations. I would be hard pressed to figure out what what else could have happened to have made you know made it really worse I don't really know what process was followed at this point and i followed it quite carefully now. Luckily for the court and for international criminal justice is the outcome was actually pretty good and in the coming weeks and months. we'll have to really really think clearly. I think about what went wrong with that process. What went wrong with vetting. 'cause stings clearly didn't happen normally the politics at play wherein great consensus couldn't be reached another people who think that consensus is overrated. But that's what they tried to do. They could not beach. A consensus in the background. States were going back and forth. Various people were trying to undermine candidates than i think you know. I don't know a single person who could suggest that it was okay and matter went out well and mark also mentions the stuff about vetting open. Society has been working on the issues around the process and they called for more experts to be involved and to take the process by enlarge out of the hands of states an out of the kind of political backroom dealing. The tends to go on in these things but that didn't happen in the end. What we got was a hybrid. A panel of diplomats assisted by a panel of experts. So it was a compromise. it was empathic. It was better than what they had before was just diplomats in the election of fatah been sued as what they had in the previous election. They had nothing so we are improving but it some step by step process so in the end it was states who chose kareem khan. Qc british barrister. And he's really familiar. Figure if you've been covering international criminal justice as long as have. Some people started to share their favorite anecdotes about particular on twitter so we reached out to a few of them and ask them to send the men thais bow of neon attract actually sent an audio of karim khan himself in court. Thanks thais this is at the special court for sierra leone. Where kareem khan was defending. Charles taylor the former liberian president and it's a bit of a classic the defense all things being equal. Mr taylor should be afforded the same rights the same privileges same regime in accordance with the presumption of innocence and equality of treatment four to other detained persons under the custody of a special court for sierra. Leo you're on three issues regarding food. This is still rather eurocentric detention facility. There is one other detainees at the moment off the icy sea. Mr taylor's the detainee of course From sierra leone the diet is european The dietary facilitates Very different from freetown. And you're wanna all these matters. That need to be addressed your. I won't go through the minutia as to say that. The registry is seized of the matter. Progress is going on extremely slowly. These matters that on many occasions a not rocket science with a modicum of goodwill a modicum of common sense between the parties the special court and the icc and willingness to resolve these issues county my respect mission all be resolved without a huge amount of controversy about the must be a willingness on both sides the special corps to do so of course the special court was holding..

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"modicum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"modicum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Okay, a modicum of attention that Donald Trump in his waning days in office is President of United States. Joe Biden fraudulently was installed. Trump tried to undermine Theo something gaining traction, which was called the 16 19 Project. 16 19 Project is a racist screeds penned by a Lesson. Journalistic journalist at The New York Times And what she was positing. Is that the on Lee reason? This country existed was to enslave black people. On the real country. Founding was in 16 19 when people started slaving black people. And the forefathers. Had depend the This is this psychotic? Broad had the pen the Constitution? To enshrine their white privilege and the declaration of independence, their white privilege. That's the argument made. Now, the 17 76 White House project told the absolute while the opposite of that, and that is that the United States of America was based on individual sovereignty and freedom. Of course, it takes in tow, consideration to starts and stops and fits around slavery being bad, and it had to be done away with and all that, But it's a real history of America based on freedom. About freedom. Not about slavery, so Just one just one hit the first paragraph on this. This is Chuck Norris, two days before President Donald Trump Eggs into the White House, one of the administration's most powerful most important documents was released to 17 76. Final reports 40 page treatise about American founders, views and history compiled by a team of distinguished historians and scholars. They did so with the mission to demonstrate encounter the Lefts war on U. S history. And gold to reinterpret the founders and framers, original intent and work in light of the progressive agenda and education. So that's the first paragraph I'm sure the second one with you to excise notices. Despite its sound scholarship, President Biden revoked and disbanded. The 17 76 Commission deleted this report from the White House website in one of his 17 executive orders on day one. This president sees so by and wiped it out. Biden. American citizen, Biden said. I'm not gonna put America's history up there. No, because if I do it look like I'm not humor and black lives matter. Yeah. Now interesting to note by unilaterally inactive 30 executive orders in his first three days of office, compared to Trump's four and the whole month of January. 17, who sent Obama's eight in January 2000 and nine Ah, bushes to only two in January of 2001. Clinton's Clinton did to January 1993. Bush's Daddy H. W. Bush did one only one executive order in January in the 1989 Reagan did one executive order in 1981. Biden did 30 Now why did you do that? Because he had to erase. At all costs as fast as he possibly could. He had to erase The Donald Trump four years of success, and he had to erase because Ah, lot of it was looked at as being raised us. So he's buying us now. Complicity has been all along it was being handled. He's not making these decisions on his home being handled and, uh Portraying the United States is racist. Now, Jim welcomed on the edge. All right. Are you? Jim, you're on the radio welcomed on the edge. I can hear me. Barely. If you're on a speakerphone, Get off it. Pick up. Get a real phone. Are you Are you there? Okay, I'm thinking here. Okay, Go ahead. You're on the radio. Go ahead. Okay. You know, part of critics are this critical race theory is that math and science Are racist, correct. They're saying that math and science is racist. That's what they that's with the critical race. Some of them are. Some of them are so there's some of the proponents of are definitely Yes, absolutely said they're saying math is the Western civilization concept awaits, taught, and it's racist. Yeah. Yeah, so these people that use cell phones, the Internet and drive cars flying airplanes. They're hypocrites. Yeah, Through there, there really that black at all. They're really white. Because if you if you have values that we're acting like, then you're not black. You're white black skin, but they will. You know, I never see it like that. The whole thing is about power and plunder and Zaleski by any means necessary. They want to paint somebody's big come up against somebody. That's from promoting that stuff. You just need to point out that if they're not riding a horse and getting their life from a candle and a second Whoa, you're let me be, uh, make you aware of something. Nothing you say of any logic. Hang on a second. Nothing you say of any logical nature will have any effect on them whatsoever at all. The way to take them down is to vanquish them with legal action. You can't reason them into thinking properly, though. No, they've been thrown reason out the window a long time ago. They're all about straight up power and plunder and racism. Yeah, I know. Okay. Well, thanks for the call. Appreciate it now, you know you're never gonna You're never gonna advance the argument that Z What I'm advancing right now that Jim can you came up with? I've advanced this argument for decades. But the bottom line is is there are two separate universes now. Two distinct alternative. If you will. Some come alternate universes. That's it. Is it? You've got the left. You got the right The left is never, ever, ever going to say all Wait. You know you hit me was from fax. Now I get it out, man. I was thinking the wrong way. Good luck could look like arguing with a telephone pole is just it's like Are you with the guy that used to be in that wheelchair down there on CASS Avenue? Donna. Bye, Clifford. Where two in the morning. He's out there wasted on screw cap wine fighting with the mailbox. Yeah, it's like it's like reasoning with that guy. Yeah. You're going to end it. And even or no. And you know part of the reason you can't hit them with faxes. Their agenda driven and they're also emotionally agenda driven. They want to destroy and they want to be in control and of every waking moment aspect of your life. They don't want you driving a car. Don't go on public transportation. They want public transportation to be a big box. Right? Another empty driving. Ronald replaced with two people in them, and they wanted to run on some type of faerie fairy dust. Magic Wind propeller energy. That's it. That's what they want. That's one aspect of it. You're gonna reason with them. Oh, you know, you know, you know, you made that argument about me finding a plane. You're right. I was wrong. Now I get it. I know it ain't gonna happen. No. Ah, I want to share something else else with you. Ah! Where is it Here? It was on Facebook. Uh, see if I can bring it up here and we're coming up on the break. But This is a list of all the thing of many of the things that are made possible by the fact that we take oil and coal out of the ground. I mean things like ink upholstery, bubble gum dresses, cassettes. We don't do conception horses old while we do But get the point. Yeah, when you have Crosby, Stills, Nash and young whining about Woodstock on cassette. It's made possible by oil, Horrible son by them marginal group to begin with. They were next year on the edge way, do it the right way here every Monday through Friday, six Eastern.

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"modicum" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

The Really Awful Movies Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"modicum" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

"The subway in changing trains and whatnot. even that is provide some kind of modicum of of Exercise i'm also taking the stairs. Both jeff and i live in high-rise apartment units or condo units in his case. I've been building out. And in doing maya diligence there. I'm doing a very rocky balboa in my commitment and occasionally you'll see me air-punching and doing some Shadow boxing. We'll let you know. Hit the streets dent. Dun dun dun. yeah so anyway. I hope you're keeping up with all your resolutions gonna keep this one a little bit short here but i'll be back with jeff next week as we turn the calendar year over a reminder if you could pick up a copy of mine's bigger than yours hundred wacky est action movie sits really really fun one. We're getting a lot of positive feedback on instagram action. Plus horror is the instagram account. If you want to follow us thanks again to everyone who's been listening. And all the best to everyone and hopefully have a fabulous new year. That's a and healthy. And we'll talk to you soon. Take care.

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The Massive Impact Work Has On Your Health & Why NOW Is The Time To Change It

The Model Health Show

05:06 min | 2 years ago

The Massive Impact Work Has On Your Health & Why NOW Is The Time To Change It

"Today we'll be talking about one of the most overlooked health issues that has been affecting our entire world and it's been overlooked long enough and I truly believe that right now is giving us an opportunity to actually change this. So, we're going to start this with a Meta analysis of four, hundred, eighty, five studies, and this is published in occupational and Environmental Medicine. And found that job satisfaction is one of the strongest influences on mental health issues. In Our world, most notably for depression and anxiety. The study noted a relationship also between our job satisfaction and physical health issues like gastrointestinal issues and cardiovascular as well, and this is echoed in several other studies including study that was cited in the Journal of chronic diseases. Taking into consideration array of risk factors and of vocations and an array of income levels uncovered that the lack of satisfaction in the work that we do is a significant risk factor for coronary heart disease. Why don't we talk about this? Real health and wellness is dynamic. It comes from so many different things. It's not just about food you can eat the perfect. Personalized, unique blood type buddy type, every type diet. And go to work and spend half or more of your waking hours of your entire life hating what you do or being unhappy go into the place that you go every day or doing the work that you're doing instill still develop chronic health issues even if your diet is perfect, even if you're hitting the gym all the time, all of these things matter. Relationships matter our sleep matters. All of these things go into the overall code. The human that you are. and. This issue. More than any other time in our lifetime is something that we can change what's happening right now with the job market and all of the turmoil I believe is offering up an opportunity for us to change this because many people are working themselves in his sickness and don't even realize it. It's happening and they don't realize that it doesn't have to be this way now we're going. To discuss, there is a modicum of course of doing what you gotTa. Do you know getting the bills paid but we have to move beyond that and this is the opportunity to do. So we're GONNA talk about how we can actually do that today as well. But I want to dive a little bit deeper here because I scratched the surface in some of the issues that we see. The results of another peer reviewed study and this was published in two thousand fifteen finally direct link between job satisfaction and psychological distress as well as physical disorders. Now according to the researchers satisfaction with the nature of work that was doing was the strongest predictor for psychological distress for sleep disorders, headaches, and gastrointestinal problems what. You don't hear stuff like sleep problems caused by. Dissatisfaction with the work one is doing. The data exists, but this is something that we brush off really think about this. Again, we think somebody's illness quote comes out of nowhere where there are so many different factors like they eat. Perfectly they're exercising all the time. And we have to take a broader view of health now and take all of these things into consideration. And that's what I'm encouraging us to today. Another study. This was from researchers from the Ohio State University say that their work shows that happiness on the job or lack thereof appears to have the biggest impact on midlife mental health. One of study authors noted that and listen to this is really interesting. And having a scale very satisfied satisfied to completely dissatisfied. They discovered that quote seen with the majority of people are either very satisfied or satisfied with their job, but we find that even they subtle distinction between. Satisfied and simply being satisfied has significant effects on your health. I would say our studies, main findings are you're likely to have worse health if you don't love your job rather than if you hate your job So did you catch that distinction? People who are just kinda getting by tolerating what they do, and maybe they're okay with their job. But if they don't love their work, not loving your work, not loving the thing that you do every day is far more of a predictor of negative health outcomes than if somebody absolutely hated the job. So that little subtle distinction of actually enjoying what we do every day is the strongest predictor of our health when it comes to the work that we do.

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Michele Mouton, Queen B of Group B

Past Gas

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Michele Mouton, Queen B of Group B

"Yeah. So today we're discussing Michelle. mouton. A woman. We've this is this the first time we've discussed a woman on the show. This might be the first episode dedicated to a lady. which is a bit embarrassing. I would say so yeah. But no better woman to start off this trend with and Michelle. She is easily one of the best rally drivers ever. She's a beast. So I'm really stoked that we can tell the story even if it took us a little while to get to it, that's on us but but it's interesting because motorsport is really one of the sports where women and men compete against each other as true like she's not the best. Female driver ever. She's one of the best rally drivers at. Yeah. Regardless of gender she's one of the greatest. and honestly like just watching a video of her rally driving makes me sweat. Over, yeah she's like she's the person who when we talk about. Like rally cars now are all-wheel-drive. Wheel drive. But when Audi showed up with quattro and just started smoking everybody that was Michelle. Meantime that was young Mouton Bay. mouton on the track. Yeah I mean. To your point James like drag racing of course is or was kind of dominated by women at one point all the force sisters were just tearing it up. There's really no reason. For it to be separated by gender in in Motor Sport Really of course right now there's the there's the W. series, which is a like a women's open-wheel series. At I think that's more for them to kind of get exposure and it proved themselves in like a formula car but I'm looking forward to seeing some of those drivers come up in the formula. One. Soon hopefully, it would just make it more interesting for crying out loud if nothing else I agree let's get into it a. all right. Let's fired up. All Right Michelle Mouton entered this world on June twenty third nineteen, fifty one in the French Riviera more specifically the idyllic town of grass cross grass Ross. The Idyllic town of Gross France, the perfume capital of the world grassi surrounded by fields of aromatic flowers and home to Francis. Oldest perfumery GALLIMARD. Look I'm friend by far French is the language that I have the hardest time pronouncing both words and names I apologize profusely to anyone with a modicum of sense of how to pronounce stuff I. Think you're doing great. I think I think here like right there. Thank you, Joe, unlike many drivers whose family have a history in the sport returns family made a living growing roses and jasmine for the perfume industry mouton spent her youth skiing doing ballet and excelling in school. But just beyond the flower fields sat the mountain. Stages used for local rallies and wouldn't be long before the engine notes trickling down into the valley beckoned to Michelle mcgann discovered her love of cars at fourteen years old when she would steal her father. Pierre's Citron to seavy and take it out for joyrides. Quote for me at the time a car always meant freedom and independence she said but driving wasn't something she could possibly see a future in it for anyone to envision that path for mere enjoyment to making something your life's purpose but you could argue this especially from. Models for women on the racing stage were few and far between. So after graduating high school Bhutan took up odd jobs working as a ski instructor, a Care Assistant in a home for the disabled and eventually at her father's insurance company until she began studying to be a lawyer but something unexpected would quickly put an end to that career path her entry into a competitive rock and roll dance contest.

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Calls to boycott Netflix over French film Cuties

Derek Hunter

07:04 min | 2 years ago

Calls to boycott Netflix over French film Cuties

"A controversy brewing on Netflix. It's actually a pretty disgusting story. I remember I saw the trailer for this a couple of weeks ago, and I thought it was pretty gross. And apparently, it's It's worse than I thought. There's a movie that is now on Netflix. Called cuties. It's a French movie, They say it's a coming of age movie. But it's about 11 year old girls who apparently want to dance like strippers and dress like strippers in act like strippers and do and the parts are played by 11 year old girls. I haven't seen it. I haven't followed the controversy that closely but somebody who has joins us now it's Christian Toto, film critic and the proprietor of Hollywood in Toto, calm, It's t O T o If you're a conservative looking your way through the entertainment world, that's where you want to go. Welcome, Christian. Well, thanks for having me Thanks for coming back on the show. So cuties. The name in and of itself is a little bit gross, especially knowing what it is. But Explain the controversy. Well, it began with the advertising. There was a poster for the movie that show these 11 year old girls in sexy dance outfits and posing very provocatively. And, of course, that course an uproar. Understandably, so And Netflix that Oh, my gosh, I'm so sorry. This is an inappropriate The movie doesn't reflect us. But this is a very bad poster. Take the poster down with our apologies. And then the movie debuted. Ah, day or two ago, And now people are seeing it. I confess I have not seen the movie, but I've seen enough clip. That that poster Wasn't far off and that there is there's a scene going around Twitter. Gosh, well over a minute, and it basically shows these Three preteen girls in these very mature outfits doing dance moves like like a Miley Cyrus. Like a lover like someone you kill you pay. As an adult to see if they're in the movie. But the brought back the blowback to this I mean some of the reviews. It's one of those movies that this get it. There's a huge disconnect between what the critics say. What's believe in rotten tomatoes like 90% fresh, It's certified fresh and the critics have it about the people haven't about 6%, and it's telling in this UK telegraph headline. Cuties. Netflix Review a provocative powder keg for an age terrified of child sexuality Right there. They're admitting that this is largely about child sexuality. 11 year olds are they not? It seems very obvious. You know, Here's the thing. The movie and the director has said that she is trying to be critical of this cultural movement, and I appreciate that. I think you can tell that story. But he also think you can tell that story with a modicum of her strength. You don't need to see, you know, over a minute's worth of girls undulating to get the message. There are so many artistic ways that you could capture that without showing it aggressively in your face. You can do it in shadows. You could do it in snapshots. You could refer to it but not show it directly, so the fact that it's really on screen in your face force along Is gross and again, you know, I I'm a first Amendment guy. I don't want to censor art. But by golly, you can't see that This is inappropriate. I'm I'm aghast that there are so many defenders. There's apparently nudity of these girls, which again I think anybody who streams this movie should probably be We looked at with a jaundiced eye, but there's also they one of them takes a picture of the their private parts and posts it on line. It is and it's 11 year old. It's one thing if you had, you know, a young looking 20 year old actress playing this But to actually have really 11 year olds to this. It's bordering on child pornography, and they're like the state of Texas. The attorney general has been asked by a legislator there. To look into this. I'm curious. Reed Hastings is the CEO of Netflix. He's got a book out, so he's making the rounds. Hey, did a 10 minute interview. I believe yesterday with CNN. This didn't come up. Has Netflix commented on this beyond the poster would really doesn't reflect what's going on in the movie. They went radio silent initially. But then I believe yesterday they defended the film. So they're on record is defending this particular product. And by the way, you know, we talked all about diversity. And we need more diversity in our culture. And in many ways that is accurate, and I applaud that on some level for sure Don't want to discriminate anyone. Diversity within the film critic community. I'm a critic. I'm up on the right. To say that I'm a minority is can you name another one? But listen, there's about I'd say between five and 12 critics We're on the right and there are hundreds and hundreds who are left of centre and it shows in their report ties, so I don't think there should be a quota system. But if everyone is really concerned about diversity There should be Mork critics of prominence who are people of faith and and you are a conservative Jew who could call out something like it's kind of been the framing of the left defense of this movie Cuties. We're talking with Christian Toto film critic. The defense of this movie has been well as uptight conservatives, then that's almost why it seems like many of these critics like it is because People who aren't big fans of child pornography are against it. Yeah, Yeah, listen, we're living a tribal agent's left versus right. And if anything, even hints at that demarcation, it's game on. But you know, this is this is not been in. This has not been a secret. The movie screened it Sunday. I believe it may have won an award of some kind. I need to double check that. But, you know, listen, finances and very prestigious film festival, probably the most prestigious in the country, and critics have fawned over it. What if that say that the critics really just missed this. I've seen the quick. It's enough. It's really uncomfortable and again. That movie. From what I understand is being critical of this part of culture. And again. I have flaws that you could. You know, that's a message that could be out there. But as an artist, you can share things not share things. You can pull back. All sorts of ways to artistically captured this exact same I go, I go

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Solving the mental load  update

Ladies, We Need To Talk

05:41 min | 2 years ago

Solving the mental load update

"When we first spoke about the mental load on this podcast, there was a fringe cartoon cold. You should've asked that was going viral. It explained the mental load with such clarity that when I first saw it, my reaction was fury. I wanted to. Shift to the ground. It showed a woman with a baby and a hapless male partner who was kind, but needed to be told how to help and it so familiar. So common. So exasperating and so profoundly unfair. Journalist, Tracey spicer new. What I was talking about. It was an absolute lightbulb moment for me, I sir, Clementine, Ford's facebook page. I share with everyone and I knew that went viral swear words and it happened in the time when I realized that my life with my wonderful husband who's fifty fifty with the housework fifty, fifty with the childcare, but it was just the little things. I'm always the one who organizes school holiday care or who takes the time to look after the kids or rangers everyone's Christmas presents or birthday present in his extended family and my extended family. So after reading that I, decided to go on strike in the household so he had to do it drove him Berserk. He said this is crazy. Such little school holiday cared Australia. I said now you know my pain. Jenny talk about the mental load in your life. I think when I saw the catching was like, oh, no added that to my mental learn. About. How often I think about the mental load? That's Jenny Leong amp in New South Wales Parliament I was very lucky and I consider it to be like that. My partner was able to access paid parental leave. So he was the primary care for a significant amount of time and in that case he did take the mental Lloyd and a lot of that was then there that the what's interesting is once we're both Both. Back at work where the default position falls back and the expectation of WHO's supposed to know those things to me. Then you feel like part of it is also all of my being bad feminist because of that because I think then adds another level to it to how much you should make a deal of this or not I noticed the gender dynamic with my. Friends that are in. Relationships, they're both men they quite comfortably into stereotypes, gender roles that old without all of the challenges and the. Doctor Leah. Repent on a lecturer in sociology at the University of, Melbourne. She racist as domestic labor, and this idea of the mental load is her field of expertise. I'm going to start and say a little bit controversial. Say That everyone actually carries the mental load. So some portion of your mental load may go to thinking about your career. Some portion of it may go to thinking about your family and some portion of it may be going to thinking about your personal life and the differences, the balance across men and women. So you could imagine men are spending a lot more of their mental load thinking about how do I advance my career thinking about the day to day challenges of work. That is a very different mental load than who is going to pick up the child from daycare. or WHO's GonNa Organize School holidays or who's doing the housework wise. House a mass. And one leads to economic outcome, career mobility and one is just unpaid sometimes recognized sometimes not recognized labor. And I think that's really the difference. How do we shift the ratio? Definitely does seat more with women the. Yeah, I, K-. So we're all in agreement about that. Absolutely. Absolutely, the balance in terms of unpaid in terms of thinking about the experience is disproportionately shouldered by women. Yes. Absolutely. Once, you get your head around the idea of the mental load. You start seeing it everywhere in the lives of your friends, colleagues, your mother, your self. It. Happens to women in all walks of life and age and six urology, but it seems to hit hardest when there's a baby. So. Now, we have a name for the mental load. But. The problem is naming, it doesn't make it go away. As I was sobbing thinking. I used to be able to manage employees teams. And now I'm too overwhelmed to even manage a grocery list. And more importantly. How did I become the default for every single child care and household tasks for my family? It wasn't supposed to happen to me. This is a road ski shades La, and she's written a book called Fairplay, which is all about fairly distributing the mental load aves marriage nearly ended when her husband center, it takes saying. I'm surprised you didn't get blueberries. She was furious at the assumption that she had gone from high powered lawyer to full-time Default Blueberry shepper. Eight. Knew she had to do something about it? She says, there are a few ways to look the mental load. My favorite was a term from nineteen eighty-seven and American sociologist named Arlene Kaplan. Daniels. coined a term called invisible work. In why like that term so much is because that's the only one that had a modicum of a solution in it. Because I kept thinking to myself. Maybe. Maybe if I can make. Visible all the invisible things I was doing from my home and family for my husband, Seth? Maybe then he would value what I did.

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Happy Soberversary! Lessons from 10 Years Sober & 12 Years in Recovery

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

05:50 min | 2 years ago

Happy Soberversary! Lessons from 10 Years Sober & 12 Years in Recovery

"Hi sober souls. It's Lynn from Georgia and I'm really excited for today's episode because. I'm about to turn ten years summer. By the time you'll be listening to this. It will be July twenty seven. Which is my sober bursary? It is the day that I entered Hazelton Betty Ford in center city Minnesota, screaming. Yeah literally screaming for help. I was intoxicated so sometimes. I actually tell folks like I'm going to tell you that. My actual date of not being intoxicated was probably closer to the twenty eight, but I went in pretty early on the twenty seven. So it's just easier for me to remember. However I did spend twenty four hours in detox, which was super. Fun For those of you who have been? been through detox, it was my third detox and Yeah, that one stuck for those of you. Who May Not Know My story? I attempted to get sober like so many of us long before. I actually attained sobriety, so I say that I have been in recovery. 'cause, that's what I fully believe as opposed to one hundred percent sober for two years prior to actually finding sobriety. And they'll talk a little bit more about that once I. Get into what I'm going to share with. And that is my lessons from ten years of Sobriety in twelve years in recovery I've worked really hard to kind of home down to ten lessons. Only because it's fun to do it that way, Ten and ten you know, but there are so many more than ten lessons. Many of which I often talk about here on the PODCAST, so getting back to my story I was really bad off before I went into -ment and by bad off. I mean yeah, in the two years prior I had seven months of sobriety or I guess I would actually call it. Since I was still taking prescription drugs and counter drugs, not as prescribed, but leading up to my final days as an active drinker, I experienced loss, and what we often call in the Biz a precipitating event, which set my final days of drinking into high gear for approximately the final three months for me, and that event was my father died I was estranged from my father at the time. I actually felt like while he was dying, he was somewhat haunting me. And I would go between him haunting me about actually coming to see him before he died, my parents were living in Arizona at the time, and also just the culmination of his mental illness, which was lifelong for me in how that manifested in my waking and sleeping hours as negative self talk, and also I really did feel like he was in my consciousness. So hopefully that is okay for some of you out there indefinitely I know it's okay for those of us like myself. Who are into the Woohoo? So in any case he did pass away and for the next several weeks I was off and on drinking, and then well into the month of June where I had. Had really relapsed. If you will in a hard core way I just gave up, and I just started drinking twenty four seven, I would have days where I would push myself to recover, which meant for me sitting on my sofa until the nausea went away until I had stopped throwing up, and I would push myself into overdrive an exercise I would try and exercise and Excise the alcohol out of me, and it was so painful, and then of course after a day or so of doing this, I would talk myself into drinking again as if I could have some modicum of control, these were the days that I would wake up after only buying one bottle it was. At the time, which was so horrific to me that that's what I was buying, but that's what I was buying and I would go four blocks drive for blocks to the gas station to get it every morning. There were mornings that I was up at you. Know seven, because, of course you don't sleep well and rain for eight o'clock living in Wisconsin at the time for the store to open, so I could get my drug. It was excruciating. I was of course in a deep depression I wasn't thinking straight. I was isolating and there was literally nothing. Nothing, that anyone could do I at one point scheduled. What I know now is my second or third intervention. Call my family to come. Help me somehow, and they did not have any idea what to do. They were not well-versed in addiction at all. All they knew to do is to take me to the hospital. Where they gave me comfort drugs including Atta van and sent me home with Clemson

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Dave Rubin on Thinking for Yourself in this Age of Unreason

Dose of Leadership

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Dave Rubin on Thinking for Yourself in this Age of Unreason

"They would've thrilled and honored to have you on the show. Welcome dose of leadership. It's good to be with you. Let's test my leaderships. I gotTa tell you I was telling a little bit in the prerecording that you know when I found you I found Peterson particularly, U2. I've been really frustrated over the last I. Don't know probably five years, but particularly this last year as if everything's gone upside down, I felt kind of And I even like politics much, but I felt politically loss i. feel like I didn't have a home, and so I wanted to thank you for some foremost for the work that you do and great job on your book. I finished it. In one night, so don't run. This book was awesome, so thank you for for the work that you do. Well? Thank you for the kind compliments. You're obviously buttering me up before we get into the the tough stuff, but you know it's. It's an odd thing for me because I don't consider myself. Particularly controversial I don't consider myself someone that courts. Anger or hostility or or even fame in a weird way. I'm just saying what I think. I talked to people that I think are interesting, and then, and then on that journey I've been honest about how I've changed certain beliefs, or how I have refined certain things or how I think differently, or how those all of all of that stuff, how that has just incorporated into my life, and now running several businesses and having employees, and all of those things, and you know through doing all that I think something. Something good has sort of magically appeared, and the fact that you know people say what you just said to me pretty often that you know. I help them maybe I introduce them to Jordan. And then, through Jordan, they were able to fix something in their life or not, even just about Jordan and self help, specifically, maybe their own political evolution, maybe something about belief or lack of belief or philosophy. If I've had anything to do with anyone's ability to. Pilfer a little more happiness or find a little more purpose in the world. That's that's pretty frequent spectacularly well I. think it's because it's rooted in a couple of things. It's rooted in authenticity which I think is lacking in so many. Bastions so many corners of our world, and so I think that's something I. Definitely learned from doing this show and I think any modicum of success. That I've had on this show in from the feedback that I've got from. Is and where I saw the turning point was. I just need to be authentic and transparent. I'm not trying to be an interviewer. I'm not trying to be something that I'm not and I. See that in you, even reading in your book and knowing what about your history and it wasn't that long ago to be quite honest and I love your story where you had the conversation with Larry Elder, and where you had the courage in the Tennessee to stay. You know what I kind of got. beat up here, let's. Play it as it is I. Think even your producer at the time. Whoever it was said Hey, we'll cut that out. Don't worry, and you said No. Let's just leave it in and. That was kind of a turning point for you, wasn't it wasn't that long ago? Which I know? Well I describe it as as my best and worst career moment at the exact same time you know it was my worst for obvious reasons. Right I came to a fight. In this case, it intellectual fight over systemic racism and I wasn't armed with facts so when I said sort of the default setting thing the Idaho will systemic racism exists meaning it's built into the system. There are laws about it about the racist laws in the system, the American system itself I just said it as if. By the fact that I'm saying it must inherently be true. Larry, then just as I say in the book he beat me senseless with facts fact, after fact after fact, and I guess the moment that for a lot of people with special, there is that you can sort of see me. Take the hit. I didn't I didn't attack him. Personally attack him I didn't end the interview any of that stuff I just kind of sat there with it. And then when the interview closed as you said, I went into the control room, and several producers were in there. At the time it was before we were completely independent, and everybody said Dave. Don't worry about it. We're going to cut that. And I really didn't have to think about it I was just like. Is You know what if I'm doing anything worthwhile? If this has any meaning whatsoever, we have to leave it and I. Know I'm not GonNa. Look Great, but we have to leave it and you know the next couple of days as the clips started going around and you know how. How youtubers larryelder destroys capital letters day. Ruben conservative crushes Lib, Taw, or the rest of that stuff well in the initial hit of that I was like Oh man. This stinks like nobody wants to be on the receiving end of that, but what I realized really after maybe three days was that the commentators were suddenly going holy cow Dave Dave sat thing. Excuse me. Dave sat there and took it, and then they started watching change over the next couple of months learning more about it having having those conversations going further with it, you know eventually getting to talk to people like Thomas Old. Who was a mentor of of Larry? Elder's and I think that sort of honest approach is very attractive to people I, it's not rocket science. It's just it's just being who you are being humble in the moment and seeing what happens,

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A Decade Of Watching Black People Die

Short Wave

05:54 min | 2 years ago

A Decade Of Watching Black People Die

"Family of Kentucky Woman, shot and killed by police is demanding answers. The former, his son both white are accused of killing the unarmed black man again with the breaking news for Minneapolis violent protests raged for a second straight night, following the death of George Floyd after being arrested by a Minneapolis police officer last night, protesters turned their attention to the city's. The last few weeks have been filled with devastating news stories about police killing black people. And what is sick is that these stories have become the kind of news that we in the business call evergreen their stories that are always relevant and always in season, these calamities are so familiar. This point they're details have begun to echo each other July. Twenty fourteen, a cell phone video captured some of Eric Garner's final words as New York City Police officers sat on his head and pinned him to the ground on a city sidewalk. I can't breathe. Or May twenty fifth of this year those same words were spoken by George Floyd. Just before he died, he pleaded for release, as an officer kneeled on his neck in pins of the ground on a Minneapolis City Street, so we're at the point with verbiage, people used to plead for their lives can be re purposed as shorthand for completely different stories and part of our job here coast, which is to conceptualize and make sense of news like this. But genus is hard to come up with something new to say you know things we haven't already said or things we have already recorded protesters saying when we were both in Ferguson in August of twenty fourteen after Michael. Brown was killed by the police or when we were in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death. I spent the day with junior. High school kids in West. Baltimore where Freddie Gray was from on the first day. Let kids return to school after all the protests and I will never forget the eighth grade boy who raised his hand to ask. Why have white people been killing us in slavery and they're still killing us. He said that on Wednesday April Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen. Since it's so hard to come up with any fresh insights about this phenomenon. We thought we would look back to another time. When the nation turned collective attention to this perpetual problem. Jamile Smith Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine. In when I was at the new republic. wrote an article entitled. What does seeing black men die? Do for you. It was published on April Thirteenth Two Thousand Fifteen. We get to see black men tortured or killed by police a lot more often these days. So, it's worth recalling why a generation ago. It mattered so much to see what happened to Rodney King. Now the story that might never have surfaced if someone hadn't picked up his home video camera. We've all seen. We have certainly seen the black and white photographs and videos depicting police abuse of African Americans. And we'd seen the grainy images of lynchings passed. But the conventional ignorance was that this wasn't the America. We lived in now. Officers beating a man they had just pulled over. This was the early nineties after all. This was in America that viewed law enforcement in the context of the popular reality, show cops, and were Morton Downey Junior tabloid television style made uncensored aggression a form of entertainment. But when George Holidays video surface chuck him with batons of between fifty three and fifty six times signal to a lot of citizens, just how bad police violence visited upon marginalized communities, actually was six kicks and one officer one kick people either didn't know what was happening. or willfully ignorant of it. They needed to wake up. Say The Los. Angeles Police Department has a history of brutality and misconduct that goes back a quarter of a century day. We are not sure that the police is there to protect us. The fear of becoming the next Rodney King is still here. But what has changed is how often we are viewing that fear being realized. Jamal goes on to write that the ubiquity of cell phone cameras and dashboard cameras means this uncensored horror has become available on demand. He says he watched twenty two year old Oscar grant get shot and killed by a police officer on Youtube before it made it to broadcast news. That happened in Oakland in two thousand, nine on New Year's Day. And it really marked the beginning of this grim genre, in which the slain become memorialized as Hashtags Hashtag justice for Oscar grant and remember Walters Gun Eric Harris, Jomo rights videos of them, being killed became public almost back to back in two thousand fifteen. Both men were running away when the shots were fired. Walter Scott Fifty was trying to escape North Charleston police officer Michael slager. Who Shot him eight times in the back? Before planning evidence near his body to support a false account of the incident. Eric Harris was running from a team of Tulsa County deputies when Elderly Insurance Executive Robert Bates. WHO's donations to the SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN MODICUM? Training earned him the title of Reserve Deputy. Shot him dead.

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