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A highlight from S13 E12: Wayne: Entrepreneur, Founder, Marketing Expert

The Aloönæ Show

10:46 min | 2 d ago

A highlight from S13 E12: Wayne: Entrepreneur, Founder, Marketing Expert

"Hello, welcome to The Elone Show. I'm your host, John Mayelone. In this episode, don't have regulars because reasons, I guess. As for our guest, he is from Alexandra, Louisiana. He's an entrepreneur and founder of Ugly Muck Marketing. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you, Wayne Mullins. Thank you so much. I'm excited to be here. Me too. So, how's life? Life is fabulous. I think, you know, I'm learning to embrace every day in every moment. To embrace the moments, whether they are what some would consider beautiful or what others may consider ugly. To learn to be present and in the moment. And I think that's the best way to possibly live life. Fantastic. And have you been up to much recently? I have. We are on the work front. We are busy growing. It's our busiest season of the year. So, we've been busy there. My wife and I and our kids were in the process of building a house, which is a little bit deceptive. We're not doing the building, obviously, but lots of decisions around building the house and the finishes and all that kind of stuff. Ah, all right then. Very good. And what was the inspiration and the idea of Ugly Muck Marketing? Yeah. So, the idea and inspiration behind Ugly Muck Marketing was simply this, that I wanted to create a marketing agency that is focused on results as the number one thing that matters. So often in the digital marketing space, in the ad agency space, the thing that so many get distracted by is trying to win awards. And Ugly Muck Marketing, the name actually stems from this quote that is, I would rather an ad that's ugly and effective over one that's beautiful, but isn't. So, that is the mission and that is the calling for what we do at Ugly Muck Marketing. Ah, I like it. And what was life for you growing up? I grew up in, I guess you could say more of rural Louisiana, not across the river, not far from where I'm at right now in an area called Pineville, Louisiana, population roughly 15 ,000 or so. So for me, it was growing up, spent a lot of times out in nature, in the woods, building forts in the woods and just had a lot of fun with friends and yeah, it was great. Okay. Very nice. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? I would live where I'm at right now. I'm a firm believer in this idea that we as human beings, we aren't trees, meaning we can get up and move at any point in time. And I think it's not good for us mentally, emotionally to always long to be somewhere different than where we are. And, you know, if I really wanted to live somewhere else in the world, then I'm of the belief that I should make that happen, that I should get up, that I can move. Yes, there may be obstacles, there may be challenges, there may be all kinds of other things that, quote unquote, get in the way. But again, anything is possible. And we live in a world now where it's easier than ever to up and move to a new location. Couldn't agree more. What's your favorite ice cream topping? I'm going to go with probably strawberries. Interesting. Have you heard of a drink called banana friche? It sounds familiar. I don't know if I've had it, but it does sound familiar. Oh, is that so? It is. I don't know where or why I would have heard of it. OK, interesting, because every guest I've had, I've asked this question a lot to most guests and they said, no, I never heard of it. You are the first person to at least heard of it to some extent. So that's a surprise to me, in my opinion. Yeah, we need the bells and the whistles and like the streamers going off or some fireworks or something, at least, right? Yes, that calls for a celebration. Absolutely. So fill me in. What is it? So it is like a banana flavored drink, which is part smoothie, part milkshake. It's called a tingly sensations that you could possibly think of. Sounds delicious. It sure does. Would you rather never use social media again or never watch another movie or TV show again? Well, I'm going to choose TV because I actually really don't watch TV at all at this point or don't watch movies. And I often joke with people when they meet me or get to know me. I say if you begin the sentence or you begin the question with, have you seen the answer is already going to be no. So don't even ask the question. OK, that makes sense. I would say I would say never watch TV or movies again because I'm mostly on social media looking at stuff anyway. And also, you can watch full length feature films on social media, which is kind of multiple parts. So that's the ultimate cheap code. Yes, indeed. I love it. What's the weather like today where you currently are right now? It is overcast today in a high of only 84 degrees, which is actually a break in the heat from where we've been. So we're we're enjoying the overcast and cooler temps today. Me too. It was pretty hot the last few days, but now we're reaching autumn temperatures now, which is pretty cool. Literally. Well. What is the most comfortable piece of clothing you own? I would say it's a T -shirt that my wife got me for my birthday and it's by a company called One Golden Thread. And I don't know what they made the shirt out of. It's some cotton blend, I believe, but it is incredibly comfortable. Ah, very nice. Do you think a hot dog is a sandwich? I would say absolutely. It comes between two slices of bread or two pieces of bread. But I guess if you want to get really technical, the bread is still enjoined on one end. So you can make an argument in that case that is not technically a sandwich, but there are sandwiches that go in a similar style or similar type of bread. So I'm going to say it is OK. That's a good point, I guess. What hobby would you get into if time and money weren't an issue? Time and money weren't an issue. I would get into surfing. Nice. What could you do a 40 minute presentation on without any preparation? Marketing. That makes sense. Would you rather not be able to open closed doors or not be able to close open doors? That's a tough one. I'm going to go with I would rather not be able to close open doors. Nice. It leaves opportunities open for you. Absolutely. Yes, I love it. If you were given 400 acres of land, what would you use it for? I would take some of it. I would make it into a small farm of sorts, enough to produce enough produce for my family and friends. And then I would have a small portion for maybe some farm animals. And then I would love to leave the rest of it very wooded and maybe put a few trails, hiking trails, biking trails through some of that land. OK, that'd be pretty cool. How much time do you spend on the Internet? Way too much. I spend most of my work day on some form of the Internet, whether that is Google Docs, whether that's email or a social media channel. And then unfortunately, I spend too much time of that on social media or on various forms of Internet in the evenings as well. So way too much is the answer. OK. Yes, I agree. I would certainly say the same thing. What is the best way to start the morning? The absolute best way to start the morning is with some meditation and some gratitude. Sweet. Is that all? Or is there more to it? Well, those would be the best. I also love doing some journaling first thing in the morning and reading something that is inspirational, encouraging, something that really helps me set the tone for the day. I believe that our morning is kind of like the rudder, if you will, for the day, like a rudder on a ship determines where the entire massive ship goes. That one little rudder in comparison to the ship. I believe that our morning routines act in that same way. And unfortunately, for so many of us, we are unintentional with our morning routines. We allow the alarm to go off multiple times. We hit snooze, we rush, we hurry, and all of those things fill our minds subconsciously with worry, with stress, with thoughts of I'm late, with thoughts of I'm not going to be on time. All these words and all these feelings that, in my opinion, have a very negative connotation. So, yeah, I think that's that's the rudder for the day. Okay, yes, couldn't agree more.

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Navy SEALs training plagued by pervasive problems, according to investigation after death of sailor

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Navy SEALs training plagued by pervasive problems, according to investigation after death of sailor

"A report says a navy seal candidate's death might have been prevented if flaws in the medical program had been addressed. The report by the naval education and training command finds the program for navy seals is plagued by a poorly integrated medical program, a lack of oversight, and turning a blind eye to the use of performance enhancing drugs that increases the risk of injury and death to candidates seeking to join the elite commandos, the report was triggered by the death of a sailor Kyle mullin, who collapsed and died of acute pneumonia last year just hours after completing the training required during hell week, its a test so grueling that over half don't finish it. Rear admiral Keith davids said the navy will learn from the tragedy Mullen's mother a registered nurse says there needs to be serious accountability. The report suggests a long list of changes, including rigorous drug testing and education around the problem of steroids and other banned drugs, some candidates use to get through the rigorous program. I'm Jennifer King

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster, one game in both the NBA and NHL playoffs Sunday and they were completely different from a competitive standpoint. We start in the NBA with geth and kuba filling us in on Miami and Boston. The Miami Heat cruise to a three O series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals after blowing out the Boston Celtics one 28 one O two at home in game three. Gabe Vincent pace the heat with a playoff career high 29 points on 11 of 14 shooting. Caleb Martin added 18 points, Jimmy Butler scored 16 and bam adebayo 13. Boston stars Jayson Tatum and jaylen Brown were held to 14 and 12 points respectively on a combined 12 of 35 shooting. Miami can clinch its second NBA Finals birth in four seasons with a win in game four Tuesday. And now over to hockey with Mark Myers reporting on Las Vegas and Dallas. Chandler Stephenson scored early in overtime to give the golden knights a three to two win over the stars and a two O series lead the knights were able to tie the score in the final minute of regulation on a goal by Jonathan Marshall, Aiden hill made 26 saves in the Vegas nets, Jake Avengers stopped 21 shots for the stars who were now zero in four and overtime games this postseason. Turning to baseball, Houston completed a three game sweep of Oakland Sunday's final two zero and how bad are the a's well they're on pace to lose 138 games which would be a record. Other highlights Sunday Oscar Mercado with 5 RBI St. Louis ten 5 over the Dodgers and Cedric mullin 5 hits Baltimore 8 three over Toronto. To golf and Brooks Koepka won his 5th major title, he won the PGA Championship by two shots. That was good. Yeah, this one's this one's definitely special. I think this one's probably the most meaningful of them all with everything that's gone on, all the other crazy stuff over the last few years, but it feels good to be back and get number 5. And in auto racing, Spain's Alex pillow captured the pole position for this year's Indy 500. I'm David Shuster, a P sports.

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Orioles overcome Trout's homer, drop Angels to .500 with 3-1 victory

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Orioles overcome Trout's homer, drop Angels to .500 with 3-1 victory

"Kyle brandish pitched into the 7th inning, allowing one run on four hits while striking out 5 to earn a second win as the Orioles beat the angels three to one. Radishes lone mistake was a solo Homer to Mike Trout in the fourth inning. It's a really good team, really good lineup. I think our game plan we executed that today. Got a fastball out to where he could get extended on it. But yeah, really good lineup. Austin Hayes homered for the Orioles, Cedric Mullins and Ryan mountcastle each drove in runs. Gunnar Henderson had two hits, including a triple. Griffin canning suffered the loss, Felix Bautista pitched the 9th to earn his 11th save. Craig heist Baltimore

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"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"English driver in that as well? One of those four stars article one of the three stereotypes that he won? But whatever it was, it came off and he didn't face spit to his boss, but he did resign. And retired. He won over 250 grand and just went, that's it. That's enough. I'm done now. Cheerio, bye bye. Alan is his name. I don't want to give you a second name away because it might be a bit too much, but he kind of stand for it. Yeah, I think you might have bought a little island somewhere or something like that, but just magic. Absolutely magic, delighted for him. And he'd been telling me about it the whole way through. Did I put a scent on it? I backed George Washington quite hard, but it didn't follow in on the other stuff. Amazing. Absolutely amazing. You love to see it. And with some bloke, one of the big betting companies in the UK, one 400 grand from the lucky 31 the other day? Magic. Nice. Small stakes. Yeah, I won't be spitting on anybody's face in the back office this week. I can guarantee. Well, perhaps if Aaron McCarthy was to royal you up again, if you get beaten in a photo finish and you send out another WhatsApp saying, oh, that's a done with that might but no, you're too much of a class act for that. And indeed, we all are. Right, that's it. Boys enjoy punches down. It is going to be the Willy Mullins show. It is William Mullins bingo in full flight, but I'm still looking forward to it. It's a terrific way to bid farewell to the jump season. And then we're focused on the flat, but then so we can be here to break down a bunch of them with us. And indeed, the jump season in total next week and then we're all about the classics. Just briefly learns any thoughts on Frankie Victoria doing the flying dismount just a little bit too early on chaldean the other day, Perry. And yeah, I'm not as big as fan, as I've made clear before on the program. And I thought it was very poor. I thought it was, look, I've only seen it once or twice, and I

"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"The past. Another one that deserves a mention for me is Willie Muller's horse embassy gardens and not too sure if you kind of go or not, but if he does, he'd have a squeak in there. He was disappointed in the outer part of the previous to that. He had shown a decent level of foreign bodies organic, one of your sets, the standard, but it wouldn't be surprised if Salvatore Ziggy can improve our body showing so far as I said. He's had almost 6 weeks after his run at chat lema and good time Johnny has flanked the farm. So savitar Ziggy I think he'll be around about a 6 or 7 to one chance and he represents cool value each way if we can get the 8 runners, which I'm hopeful we might just do. Somebody is going ten to one. Okay, well that's a bit of a, you know, I didn't think it would be that big now. I didn't think you'd be that big. No, the thing is, is this a company that you're only going to get two quid on with and then you have to submit your DNA and blood in order to actually make the withdrawal. But if they will let you take that. Happy days. And I think that's a very, very interesting, particularly what Mark watch book for Gordon Elliott. A non JP horse. Mark Milligan, which way are you going? Yeah, I was with Salvador Ziggy as well. Because I'm not absolutely convinced gela wants to go this far, to be honest. He's a relatively speedy horse he seemed to cope with the step up to two mile 5 last time. Was he running at the finish like a horse who wants to go an extra couple of pounds? I'm not absolutely convinced. He's the best horse on form, but he's got a question to answer for me as regards the trip. Salvador Ziggy is a horse who's on an upward curve, run really well in that big runner field at Charlton last time. Mark Walsh taking over. I think there's plenty to like about this one. And that ten to one, if people can get on it, that would be very tempting particularly from an each way perspective. David Russell obviously had his glorious comeback at entry and it worked out a treat for him. Jordan gainford is also back at ponche town and hopefully he'll be in the great one winners list as well. I think he will be with favreau the north butchered that pronunciation apologies. To the earlier reason everybody involved with the horse. But I like him an awful lot. I liked him for the potato race. That race was a complete disaster. Disaster darling for me. The two horses that I had a shortlist of 5. They're all still running, including this velvet water Shandong. But that was too bad to be true. He'd been very good at Lincoln prior to that. We know that he stays. He jumps well. Over this distance, I'd be very keen on him at 6 to one, and I would agree with Mark that I'm not so sure this is what Kelly warrior wants, but hey, William Mullins has put them in there, but is he putting him in there? Because they're just playing musical chairs and fishing him in. He is Willie's only runner in the race, which is another intriguing element of it, but I will take him on. Stone gold cup. Grade one. This race should be Paul ten and blowing kisses to the crowd. Indulging in a nice bottle of moet as they are fighting at the finish for second. On less brave man's game turns up. In which case, things could get interesting. But and right now, Harry carbon is joked up on him. But Barry call, I haven't heard anything change. In the situation between John dance, and the administrators who have been brought in to oversee it as everything has been frozen. And they took out a court order to stop him running at entry. We surely that would then also extend to Ireland. So if he runs, that's terrific and great and he'll be he will add to the occasion for sure. I know Paul Nicholas has said that he hasn't been told he can't run him, but I don't understand how they were blocked from running at entry if they can run here. Yeah, well, Ireland's a great little country, isn't it? Well, a brown envelope would look I can confirm that he has been given the green light to run at conscious town and his owner brand vehicle for him to know is that he has been given clearance to go ahead and run. So that's coming from the horses noticed, and then he said he said he's been given the green light to go ahead and got up on the show. Obviously going to go our favorite 7 to two one brave man's game, the round of a 5 to one, you can have 8 envoy island and 20s by our purely

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm glad they've got arranged it that we bumped into each other on that flight. People can find you on social media. It's talk Mullins. Talk Mullins. Heather Mullins, God bless you. Thank you. God bless you too, Eric. I think what a terrible thing to lose. That thing in the dark. All the stories. Alvin, this is a crazy day. I guess today, John's mirac, of course, he brings the crazy. He's the best. We got some Iraq. We have Heather Mullins. Amazing citizen journalist. I can not believe Heather Mullins and then Natasha Owens who wrote the song Trump won. It was number one on iTunes. We just, it's just crazy today. Just a couple of bits of business. We have to get this in. We are one of our sponsors. Some of you know my store dot com in my pillow dot com. We want you to support my store dot com in my pillow dot com, lots of great stuff. Just the coffee that my pillow dot com and my store dot com is fantastic. But I use the code Eric, please. Also new traumatic dot com 25% off this month only. They do this once in a while, 25% off. I get all my stuff from them, vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, melatonin, whatever, who just said that. So all of that stuff is you got to use the code Eric and we also should say that we're working with the Israel ministry of tourism, their sponsor on the program. You need to go to Holy Land dot Israel dot travel Holy Land dot Israel dot travel. Visiting the Holy Land. You know, people say, how can I get closer to God? That is one of the ways it's like, that's the easy, fun way when you visit Israel and you see the sites. I mentioned that I'm going to be going there next year. And we don't have the details on that. So don't write to us. We'll get you that when we know that, but we're doing there at least once next year, it's really exciting. But I want to see the sites that I wrote about in my book is atheism dead. If you've read the book, you're thinking what? This is amazing information, the fact that you get to see these things. That's what flips me out. So Holy Land dot Israel dot travel when you go there. Whether you have my book or don't, there are things to see there that they just changed your relationship with the God of the Bible because these things come to life. I mean, you've heard others say this, but I want to say it. And Alvin, this is really the end. This is our campaign with food for the poor. Now folks, this is about feeding the hungry, and we get to participate, this is what Americans do. We help those who are struggling. The question is always how, I don't even think we've had 200 of our listeners participate. And we know that we have many, many, many, many, many thousands and thousands of listeners on this program. So if you listen to this program, even if you gave $5, it would change everything. So this is our last chance. So you have to go to one of three places. You can go to metaxas talk dot com, metaxas talk dot com is a radio website right at the top is the banner you click on it and everything is there. You can give monthly, you can do a one time gift, some of you can give very generously others of you can just give a little bit. But if everyone would just do the tiniest bit, it would make the difference. I mean, on your phone right now, you can text the keyword Eric to 9 one 9 9 9. Just text the keyword Eric to 9 one 9 9 9. And if you give the price of a cup of coffee, if everybody would do that little bit, it is game changing. We understand that things are tough, but I got to tell you, if you couldn't feed your kids, so we want you to do that, or you can call the phone number 8 four four 8 6 three hope. Some of you just want to call it 8 four four 8 6 three hope 8 four four 8 6 three hope. Or as I say text Eric to 9 one 9 9 9 or go to metaxas talk dot com..

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's amazing that all of this is happening and again, I'm just thrilled you're covering it and you know so much about it. But you know, when you talk about the vaccine harms, again, most of us would just go along. I mean, initially, I remember thinking like, oh, they're coming up with a vaccine fantastic. This nightmare will be over. It would never occur to me that they're going to be problems with the vaccine when they created the polio vaccine back when. You know, fantastic. Everybody's polio vaccine. The problem is that even with the polio vaccine, this came to light not so long ago. Maybe two years ago, somebody called me up, talk to me about a book, a strange book called doctor Mary's monkey, where it talks about the unbelievable corruption because when they gave the polio vaccine back when, they noticed a tremendous spike in soft tissue cancers, and they thought, oh, oh, that's a problem. We can't let that information get out to the public because we need people to take the polio vaccine. How many people died of cancer because of the polio vaccine? So going back 50, 60 years more, we're dealing with the same kind of thing except on a, you know, on the proverbial steroids, we've always had this kind of issue where elites want to control the narrative. I want to respond to what you said about how few of these elites there are. This is a big thing. I've talked about this and you remind me to remind my audience, ladies and gentlemen, there are dramatically more of us than there are of them. Do not be fooled that we're divided. We're evenly we're not evenly divided. The mainstream media has a lock, they have a monopoly, but citizen journalists, like Heather Mullins, programs like this, the truth is getting out and people are waking up. So don't lose heart, keep fighting, keep fighting, keep fighting above all, keep praying. Anybody who's fatalistic and says, oh, it's over. America's under judgment, whatever. If you have that attitude, it is over. But you've got to keep fighting. We just had Michelle bachmann on the program talking about the WHO and how Trump got us out of this unbelievably wicked communist China controlled organization. And Biden put us back in. So this is happening again and again and again, we've got to keep fighting and got to keep fighting. I know that you probably are aware of what Michelle bachmann was talking about, but that Joe Biden wants to give away our sovereignty to the WHO. Well, I mean, Joe Biden only has power if we the people give it to him. I mean, we have a people give power to government, right? Is derived from us essentially. So going back to my earlier point, if he starts trying to give away sovereignty of Americans, states can start, they're already talking about a national divorce. Where states are saying, you know what? We're just no longer going to recognize the swamp as even an entity and they're going to start building these new infrastructures. These new governing bodies. And that's what we're legally allowed to do as Americans, according to our founding documents. So they don't have the power unless we give it to them. Heather just a joy finally to get you on the program..

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Done now while quantities last again use code Eric and save my pillow dot com. Folks I'm talking to Heather Mullins. We want to remind you we're doing a fundraiser with food for the poor. We want you to go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner at the top of the page. The campaign is basically over and most of you have not been involved. I want to say, we don't care how much you give whether you give. That's what we care about. You can also text the word Eric to 9 one 9 9 9, text the keyword Eric to 9 one 9 9 9. We're feeding hungry people. It's a organization metaxas talk dot com right at the top of the page. If you would do that, we'd be very grateful to you. Heather. I want to keep going with you on when you're talking about the vaccine harms. Again, it is hard for people to process the corruption and the evil that is coming out. On this suppression of information, we've never seen anything like it. In my lifetime, anyone my age or older thinks in America, you know, we've had some problems, but we have never had anything that compares to this. And the way I process it also is to say that we have globalist actors that they are anti American. The idea of American sovereignty, the American of the idea of having borders, the idea of sticking to the founder's vision in the constitution Declaration of Independence, all of that, globalists are at war with that, but globalists have now infiltrated the United States of America. We have Soros funded prosecutors. So we've simply never been where we are now. We're in an extraordinary moment. We are. I think those globalists, though, they're few in numbers. So that's important to remember that not just here but all over the world, there's protests. There's people taking to the streets and pushing back against this. So patriots aren't exclusive to America alone. Everybody all over the world wants and appreciates freedom. And I think these globalists at the end of the day, their days are numbered, right? Like president Trump withdrew from the World Health Organization, he pushed back against that globalist agenda, which is why they're going after him as hard as they are. When you look at the World Economic Forum, it's basically a group of unelected world leaders trying to impose their positions on the entire globe. People are going to push back on that. And that's what we're seeing right now, whether it's Brazil, whether it's America, whether it's in France, they're taking to the streets there. It's a nationwide movement. The freedom convoys up in Canada. I just want to highlight that there is a movement right now all over the globe to push back against those globalists. So I think that's going to Ferris well in the future. I do also want to point out too because of these vaccine adverse reactions and the incredible patriotic doctors like doctor Richard Fleming, doctor Peter McCullough, doctor Robert Malone, they are already now coming out with treatments that are helping to mitigate and even reverse the negative side effects of this spike protein. So if you look up frontline COVID critical care alliance, FLCCC, they have vaccine protocols. They have COVID protocols, and they're really building this parallel economy where people can go and get the treatment and get the information that they need..

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"What projects and what stories are you investigating? You know, I cover the election stuff is really my big one just because I'm so well versed in it. I know what they're doing. I know how they do it. So I feel like I'm ten steps ahead at this point. But you know, I cover everything else from the Twitter files to government censorship, but it's all sort of connected, right? Because everyone's seen a lot of this Twitter file stuff come out when it comes to coronavirus and the CDC, the NIH Fauci, but we haven't yet even touched the censorship of the election files. And we know that people like through the vote were banned off of Twitter right when they were doing all these investigations. So I'm really curious when Elon Musk is going to start revealing all of this censorship of the election project. That's a big deal. I hadn't thought of that. So he has not yet done that. In other words, there are there's information that he has not yet made. Exactly. And I think he's doing it strategically. The way he's releasing this because a lot of the people that believe in election fraud are typically more conservative, right? Because they've gotten it from sources like myself, but a lot of these people that shape their entire worldview from one hour evening of CNN are convinced it's the big lie. So you have this clear divide between groups of people, but people are starting to wake up to the censorship of the vaccine adverse reactions. The censorship of the effective treatments and when they realize how bad the government collusion was with big tech and media to censor those things and they realized that how corrupt and dangerous that is, I think the very next step is saying, well, maybe they actually did lie about the election fraud as well. So I think this is a good first step and opening people's eyes because a lot of people know someone that's either suffering from myocarditis had a heart attack or were successfully treated with Ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine. And now that the Twitter file show that the government was working with big tech to suppress that information and that they put profits over people, I think the very next step amongst people waking up is really, hey, if they're going to do that, if they're going to hide lifesaving information from us, why wouldn't they cheat in an election? I say this over and over, but what we're experiencing, because I always try to help my audience process this. The first place your mind goes if you're somebody like me, is that can't be right. In America, we don't do that. So when my wife was saying things like, it seems like they're killing people. I just thought, come on. Let's be real. You know, governor Cuomo, I don't like him, he's on the wrong side of every issue, but killing people. I, you know, my liberal Friends, my Democrat voting Friends. They're not on board with killing people. So then the evidence begins to come out that first of all, it's never open and shut. It's not like, oh, yes, they're murdering people. But you realize that on some level, that's exactly what's happening. They're turning a blind eye to something which has the effect of killing people. And some of them know it. Some of them don't want to know it, but they are going along with it. So it's always kind of a continuum of ignorance and nefarious Ness. It's never that they're just a handful of wicked figures that you have to have people participating. Greed is involved, right? You say, what I work for Pfizer, I've got stuck with Pfizer. We're going to make a mint off of this vaccine. Who cares? If it's effective, who cares if we have to break laws or bend laws and rules to push it through? Who cares? We all win. We're going to be rich. It's a combination of all those kinds of things. And then the problem is sort of waking up to this and saying that no, no, no, this really happened. These people made these decisions that they didn't care. We had Naomi wolf on the program this week talking about this and her book that's doing incredibly well. She did it with Steve Bannon to put out the information on the Pfizer documents that they wanted to bury the documents for 75 years. And now somebody sued the documents throughout, she put a team of tons of people on it to dig into it. And now we're seeing this, but it's like the Holocaust when when we saw the bodies in 1945, most people, it took a long time to process that this really happened because it had never happened before. So that's kind of that's what I see you and others helping us to do is to begin to process this. No, a 100%. I mean, when you use the word Holocaust, what I use to describe this level of censorship is censorship induced genocide because there are so many people that have died and if they had access to those early COVID treatments, they'd still be alive. In vaccines, never would have been needed. Forget about all the adverse reactions, but in death, those have caused. If we to just stuck with the early COVID treatments that Trump's COVID task force team was putting out, Ivermectin, monoclonal antibodies, hydroxychloroquine, every single frontline doctor that was speaking out about this, even if they were the most highly published doctor in their field, was being censored and threatened with their medical licenses..

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Heather, what else what are you working on these days? What projects and what stories are you investigating? You know, I cover the election stuff is really my big one just because I'm so well versed in it. I know what they're doing. I know how they do it. So I feel like I'm ten steps ahead at this point. But you know, I cover everything else from the Twitter files to government censorship, but it's all sort of connected, right? Because everyone's seen a lot of this Twitter file stuff come out when it comes to coronavirus and the CDC, the NIH Fauci, but we haven't yet even touched the censorship of the election files. And we know that people like through the vote were banned off of Twitter right when they were doing all these investigations. So I'm really curious when Elon Musk is going to start revealing all of this censorship of the election project. That's a big deal. I hadn't thought of that. So he has not yet done that. In other words, there are there's information that he has not yet made. Exactly. And I think he's doing it strategically. The way he's releasing this because a lot of the people that believe in election fraud are typically more conservative, right? Because they've gotten it from sources like myself, but a lot of these people that shape their entire worldview from one hour evening of CNN are convinced it's the big lie. So you have this clear divide between groups of people, but people are starting to wake up to the censorship of the vaccine adverse reactions. The censorship of the effective treatments and when they realize how bad the government collusion was with big tech and media to censor those things and they realized that how corrupt and dangerous that is, I think the very next step is saying, well, maybe they actually did lie about the election fraud as well.

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What Journalist Heather Mullins Is Covering These Days

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 6 months ago

What Journalist Heather Mullins Is Covering These Days

"Heather, what else what are you working on these days? What projects and what stories are you investigating? You know, I cover the election stuff is really my big one just because I'm so well versed in it. I know what they're doing. I know how they do it. So I feel like I'm ten steps ahead at this point. But you know, I cover everything else from the Twitter files to government censorship, but it's all sort of connected, right? Because everyone's seen a lot of this Twitter file stuff come out when it comes to coronavirus and the CDC, the NIH Fauci, but we haven't yet even touched the censorship of the election files. And we know that people like through the vote were banned off of Twitter right when they were doing all these investigations. So I'm really curious when Elon Musk is going to start revealing all of this censorship of the election project. That's a big deal. I hadn't thought of that. So he has not yet done that. In other words, there are there's information that he has not yet made. Exactly. And I think he's doing it strategically. The way he's releasing this because a lot of the people that believe in election fraud are typically more conservative, right? Because they've gotten it from sources like myself, but a lot of these people that shape their entire worldview from one hour evening of CNN are convinced it's the big lie. So you have this clear divide between groups of people, but people are starting to wake up to the censorship of the vaccine adverse reactions. The censorship of the effective treatments and when they realize how bad the government collusion was with big tech and media to censor those things and they realized that how corrupt and dangerous that is, I think the very next step is saying, well, maybe they actually did lie about the election fraud as well.

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:21 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's just amazing. It is amazing. It's hard for those of us who are older than you. To think that this could happen because most of our lifetimes in America, we've known that there's problems, but we've really never seen anything like this. I was actually horrified. I'll never forget during the 2000 election when we had, you know, with the hanging chads and the delay that went on for months of I just thought, what in the world is happening in America that we could have something like this going on. It had never happened before. It was always clean and clear and simple. You know, you can find out who won that night. In rare cases, you'd have to, you know, find out the next morning. But that's when things started to go wobbly. And obviously, in 2016 and 2020, there are people working hard to steal elections. And the more you look into it, the more you realize, this has been going on for decades. Listen, let's be honest. If you don't believe in God, if you don't believe in right and wrong, you just believe I want to win. You don't believe in the American way and you're going to do what it takes. People are now doing that. And we need to change that. We need to do what we can. We need to investigate. But as I said, when I met you that day, the idea that there are young women like yourself that you're doing actual journalism that we used to leave to, I don't know, the institutional media, the legacy media, they have ceased doing this. I mean, it must amaze you that The New York Times is not even interested in covering this stuff. I mean, I consider organizations like The New York Times state sponsored media. It's not real journalism. It's people. It's such, it's like an extension of the government essentially, the illegitimate government, and they report only one narrative and a lot of those quote unquote journalists that work there and the anchors, they'll read what's in the teleprompter that one, they didn't write and two, they don't question. They show up. They read it. They're a talking face. They collect the check and they go home. I experienced this in Georgia, specifically on that memory card issue. I told you about where the grassroots election board members were saying it's not a memory card. The Secretary of State held a press conference saying it was a memory card and all these journalists were standing there and nobody questioned it. They all just went back to their networks and wrote exactly what he said as if it was the ultimate truth when in fact it was a lie. And so it's crazy to see this stuff in real time. Well, this is the irony. I mean, The New York Times, you know, postured as though it is, you know, we are when it was Watergate when that kind of stuff that I remember from when I was a kid, you know, publishing The Pentagon papers on and on and on and on. They have completely turned, they are no longer even interested in the other side of the story. So as far as I'm concerned, they're dead, but we'll be right back talking to somebody who's very much alive and keeping real journalism alive. Heather Mullins. You can find her at talk Mullins on the various places you'd love. We'll be right back. Within you without tell me why relief factor is so successful at lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question just the other night I was asked that question, well, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. And the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, and each one of them helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. That's the point. So approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. If you've got back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee, or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it'll work for you. It has worked for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more. I'm one of them go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this.

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay, so Heather Mullins, tell us what you were telling us before we went to the break. Yeah, so what I was saying before we went to the break is in order to get accountability in a place like Georgia where I am convinced is completely run by organized crime, a lot of that crime actually went across state lines, right? So would you have places like another state investigating election fraud, there's what's called recall laws that are used to kind of go after drug traffickers and human traffickers that commit crimes across state lines. And I think what we're going to end up seeing is we're going to see regal law investigations that go lead into Georgia because of how widespread this effort was to influence our elections. And I think that's where you're going to see accountability in Georgia. It's going to have to come from a multi state investigation. And who will do that investigation? Well, there's already investigations and some of the other states, some good friends of mine behind an organization called true the vote. They're the ones that essentially were the brains behind 2000 mules. A lot of people have seen that film and it was their idea to collect all this geolocation data and track the people that were harvesting these ballots at all of the different drop boxes. They're also working on an initiative where all across the country. I think they're working with sheriff Mark lamb and a few others where they're going to create this sort of alliance amongst law enforcement all over the country and equip them with the tools to actually go after election crimes. And so that coalition, I think it's called protect America vote where it's going to be and if you can actually nominate your local sheriff and reach out and have these other sheriffs reach out to your sheriff and educate them and equip them with the tools to actually prosecute election correct. Protect America dot vote. Well, most of the people listening know that I was in 2000 mules and the folks behind true the vote. These are heroes. These are amazing heroes doing the work that we have to do as citizens in America to hold the powerful accountable. And it's a real battle when we think about what Mike lyndell has been through what others have been through. It is a battle. You have to keep fighting and fighting and fighting, but we have many people who are fighting, which is why I have hope. It's not about, hey, it's over. It's not over. We've only begun to fight. And I think that with folks, like you out there, you're on it, you care about it. And you're making the case, you just said it. That if we don't fix this, it's game over. You can not have the United States of America unless you have voting that is real voting unless the people are represented by people whom they choose when they go to vote. Once that breaks down, I'll go further in my book, which is about America called if you can keep it. One of the things that I discovered in the writing of that book is that if the people don't believe in our institutions, in other words, even if the institutions are sound, if the people don't believe in institutions, it can't work. The people have to buy into the idea that the truth is being told by journalists. When I vote, my vote counts. When I pay taxes, there's not corruption or we're dealing with corruption. People have to buy into this idea and we have to all be part of keeping ourselves a free republic. And when people begin to think, well, it's all corrupt. The tendency the temptation is to back away and just to say it's all corrupt. So that's why it's so important to fight and it's why when I met you, I said I want to get you on the program because you're one of the people that is fighting right now and there's so many others, do you are you still reporting for Bannon or for real America's voice? What are you doing right now? Yeah, so I report for them. I'm still doing my investigative journalism. I am an independent, so I can report for various organizations, but primarily I break all my news on real America's voice. But you kind of hit the nail on the head there. This is a thousand front wars. So it's so much bigger than just me or just, you know, Greg and Catherine from true the vote. It really is a widespread effort and everything from volunteering to become a poll watcher to running for your local election board. All of these are such important parts. So if you're watching this and you have that extra time, get involved because we need to take back our elections from the bottom up. This is really what's going to, you know, preserve America, but then the second part of that is let's say the election processes are do end up being so far gone that we can't get them back. I do want to point out the Declaration of Independence actually states that when our government becomes so corrupt that we have the legal right to alter abolish it or institute new government. So government in and of itself, the only power it has is power that's derived from the people. If the people no longer believe in those institutions, they can build new ones. And we have the legal right based on our founding documents to actually do that. So Carrie Lake out in Arizona is fighting to restore election integrity there. But if ultimately the people of Arizona say, you know what, this system is so far gone. It's so corrupt. We're just going to build a new system. That's what's interesting is you have people emerging like Carrie Lake, who are fighting and they're not going to back down. And it's exciting. She knows that that was corrupt. What happened in that election. But she's not backing down. She's not sort of nobly walking away. She knows that if you don't fight for the truth at this point, you deserve what you get, which is the end of America as we know it. Do you know where she is in that process because I'm not sure where that is in Arizona? Yeah, so she actually just got a favorable ruling from their Supreme Court out there that not all of the issues that they wanted got rolled in their favor, but one in particular did, and that was the signature verification process. So this is basically like, in their states, you're supposed to verify signatures to make sure that the ballot is actually coming from the voter on record. And so there's thousands of ballots in questions that it does not match in this most recent election. So the Supreme Court is sending it back to the trial court to take a look at it and from what I gathered, Kerry Lake's team may be able to do their own signature match audit on those ballots, which that's huge..

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Heather Mullins Reports on the Mechanics Behind the 2020 Election

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 6 months ago

Heather Mullins Reports on the Mechanics Behind the 2020 Election

"Mullins, tell us what you were telling us before we went to the break. Yeah, so what I was saying before we went to the break is in order to get accountability in a place like Georgia where I am convinced is completely run by organized crime, a lot of that crime actually went across state lines, right? So would you have places like another state investigating election fraud, there's what's called recall laws that are used to kind of go after drug traffickers and human traffickers that commit crimes across state lines. And I think what we're going to end up seeing is we're going to see regal law investigations that go lead into Georgia because of how widespread this effort was to influence our elections. And I think that's where you're going to see accountability in Georgia. It's going to have to come from a multi state investigation. And who will do that investigation? Well, there's already investigations and some of the other states, some good friends of mine behind an organization called true the vote. They're the ones that essentially were the brains behind 2000 mules. A lot of people have seen that film and it was their idea to collect all this geolocation data and track the people that were harvesting these ballots at all of the different drop boxes. They're also working on an initiative where all across the country. I think they're working with sheriff Mark lamb and a few others where they're going to create this sort of alliance amongst law enforcement all over the country and equip them with the tools to actually go after election crimes. And so that coalition, I think it's called protect America vote where it's going to be and if you can actually nominate your local sheriff and reach out and have these other sheriffs reach out to your sheriff and educate them and equip them with the tools to actually prosecute election correct.

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:43 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And so my career really took off after the 2020 election. I went down to Georgia to cover the recount because Georgia turned blue for the first time since 1992. And it was only by a margin of 12,000 votes. So it was super close. They were doing all these recounts, and I went down there to cover it, having no expectation of what I was about to walk into for all I know, the real story was Joe Biden won case closed. But that is not at all what I found out. There was fraud. There were ballots, thousands of ballots turning up. There was issue after issue and I just kept documenting it and eventually a copy attention of then president Donald Trump, who started sharing my work on Twitter and other social media platforms and from that point forward, I couldn't unsee what I'd seen and when you, when you see your election process so violated and you realize like if we don't have our elections, we have absolutely nothing because every aspect of our life, whether it's education, healthcare, our freedom, our religion, right? All of this fundamentally is controlled by the government. And if we don't have the ability to hold the people accountable in that position and vote them out, then we're deteriorating as a nation. Well, you've said it succinctly and beautifully, and it's the same thing happened to me. At the 2020 election, I just thought, wait a minute, wait a minute. Something's wrong. And even if I'm wrong, I need to ask questions. And when you ask questions, people said, shut up. Don't ask those questions. I thought now I know something is wrong. You don't tell me to shut up in the United States of America where patriots have died so that we can be free and we can ask questions of our elected leaders. So, but having journalists like you actually digging into this, where did you, when you said you went down there to investigate this? Where were you writing? In other words, who's publishing your stuff or will you publishing it yourself? How did you find yourself as an investor journalist since all the investigative journalists have gone away and they're just parroting the party line because they're afraid of themselves are getting canceled or doing their actual job. They seem to have no journalistic principles. So folks like you come into the gap, but where were you publishing? So I went down there with real America's voice. So I was a correspondent, so it wasn't written content. It was doing live hits for Steve Bannon's war room. We have a number of other shows on the network that I would go on and just report what I was seeing on the ground. I'd go and spend a day investigating and then the next day I would schedule all these hits and just tell them what I would find. And it was just like, I can't even explain to you how many different things that would blow my mind in terms of how bad the issue really was. Like I'll give you an example. Lloyd county, Georgia. A lot of people talk about Fulton county because it was kind of the one all over the national news. But Floyd county, Georgia, in their recount of the 2020 election, found 26, 2700 votes that weren't counted the first time. And so I ended up reaching out to the Floyd county GOP chair, and I said, hey, what happened? You have an answer. He's like, we don't know. They're going to re scan troubleshoot tomorrow. And I said, is it open to the public? Can I come there? And he's like, absolutely. So I went down there and I start asking questions. I'm interviewing the election board members and at the end of the day, they were there with these dominion technicians, rescanning, dealing with the machines, and I said, so just to get on the record, you've been here all day and there's no concrete explanation as to how 26, 2700 votes weren't counted in the first place, and they're like, we don't know, they're just not in there. But the one thing they did tell me, Eric, is that they ruled out that it was not a memory card that didn't get uploaded. Well, guess what the Brad rappers burger, the Republican that has been at war against Trump that's been testifying at what the J 6 committee and saying that he was trying to find votes, Brad raffensperger's office, put out a statement and their official response for what happened in Floyd county was that it was a memory card that didn't get uploaded. Well, I have a videotaped interview with the board members in front of the dominion technician saying that's not the case. So there's a lot of things that didn't add up. That was one of the first red flags that I found as a journalist and I said, wait a minute, this Secretary of State's office is putting out misinformation. Either one, they were fed something bad or two, they're covering something up. It's one of those two options. And I'm convinced after the last couple of years investigating that they're covering up election crimes. Okay, so what's name raffensperger? Yeah, Brad raffensperger. Mike lindell told me that he's corrupt that they are absolutely corrupt. 100%. And you know, you don't want to believe these things, but we have to face reality that there are many Republicans that are there. The classic rhinos, they really don't care about what we would think that they would care about, they basically care about power. And doing what is necessary to keep power. And it seems to me that the governor and the Secretary of State in Georgia are corrupt Republicans. And I guess the question is, what is happening with that at this point? Because now we're two and a half years past that. You know, so there's a big grassroots effort in Georgia right now to take back a lot of these positions on the local level. And what we're seeing though is after the elections, even after the 2022 elections, election boards in counties that are trying to do recounts, the Secretary of State is sending investigators and attorneys there to intimidate them and basically tell them if you move forward with this, you're going to lose your job or you're going to face charges. Like they're literally abusing their power and trying to intimidate local election officials that are trying to get to the bottom of what is actually happening. So as far as how we, you know, it's hard to say what the real solution is for a state like Georgia, I'm convinced because of some of the other crimes that were committed like illegal ballot harvesting. We know because of geofencing, we found some of the same people that were, you know, trafficking and harvesting ballots in Georgia..

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I haven't introduced you at all, this is the first segment, you know, if somebody says to you, okay, Heather Mullins, what do you do? Who are you? What's your story? How do you describe yourself? You know, it's crazy. I feel like my story is always being written every day is a new day. Currently I'm a reporter and I've been a reporter for about four years now prior to that. I was actually in banking and finance for quite some time. Everything from retirement planning and just banking in general, but I've always wanted to go into journalism just because I feel like I was always that kid in the classroom Eric that had my hand up asking questions and that's really the fundamental thing that you need to be able to do in order to be a good journalist is to ask questions to think outside the box to not necessarily buy everything but to look a little deeper and a little further. And so my career really took off after the 2020 election. I went down to Georgia to cover the recount because Georgia turned blue for the first time since 1992. And it was only by a margin of 12,000 votes. So it was super close. They were doing all these recounts, and I went down there to cover it, having no expectation of what I was about to walk into for all I know, the real story was Joe Biden won case closed. But that is not at all what I found out. There was fraud. There were ballots, thousands of ballots turning up. There was issue after issue and I just kept documenting it and eventually a copy attention of then president Donald Trump, who started sharing my work on Twitter and other social media platforms and from that point forward, I couldn't unsee what I'd seen and when you, when you see your election process so violated and you realize like if we don't have our elections, we have absolutely nothing

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Who Is Reporter Heather Mullins?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Who Is Reporter Heather Mullins?

"I haven't introduced you at all, this is the first segment, you know, if somebody says to you, okay, Heather Mullins, what do you do? Who are you? What's your story? How do you describe yourself? You know, it's crazy. I feel like my story is always being written every day is a new day. Currently I'm a reporter and I've been a reporter for about four years now prior to that. I was actually in banking and finance for quite some time. Everything from retirement planning and just banking in general, but I've always wanted to go into journalism just because I feel like I was always that kid in the classroom Eric that had my hand up asking questions and that's really the fundamental thing that you need to be able to do in order to be a good journalist is to ask questions to think outside the box to not necessarily buy everything but to look a little deeper and a little further. And so my career really took off after the 2020 election. I went down to Georgia to cover the recount because Georgia turned blue for the first time since 1992. And it was only by a margin of 12,000 votes. So it was super close. They were doing all these recounts, and I went down there to cover it, having no expectation of what I was about to walk into for all I know, the real story was Joe Biden won case closed. But that is not at all what I found out. There was fraud. There were ballots, thousands of ballots turning up. There was issue after issue and I just kept documenting it and eventually a copy attention of then president Donald Trump, who started sharing my work on Twitter and other social media platforms and from that point forward, I couldn't unsee what I'd seen and when you, when you see your election process so violated and you realize like if we don't have our elections, we have absolutely nothing

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"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"In 1966, Time Magazine asked, is God dead? Now bestselling author Eric metaxas takes that famous question and turns it around when he asks, is atheism dead. In his bestseller titled is atheism dead, metaxas offers a provocative answer as he shows atheism to be not only implausible and intellectually sloppy, but also demonstrably ridiculous. Get your copy of is atheism dead available now at Amazon.com and wherever books are sold. Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show, sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric my taxes show. It's a nutritious smoothie of creamy, fresh yogurt, vanilla protein powder, and a mushy banana for your mind. Drink it all down. It's nummy. Here comes Eric metaxas. Books, I like to start the show with a bang. I rarely get to do that, but today I get to do that. I want to tell you a story. I was on a plane. I'm on planes a lot. My family doesn't know about this, but I travel. Actually, they often travel with me, but this time it was just me on a plane and I see a young woman get on in first class with a maga hat and I thought, what, what is happening here? The guy who sat next to me, whom I also didn't know, unrelated to the woman in the maga hat says, hey, Eric my taxes. I watch you on TBN every week. I thought, what? What is going on? And then we both started talking to the young woman in the maga hat, who also knew of my existence, and it turned out that she is a journalist. Her name is Heather Mullins, and the more we talked, the more I thought, we got to get you on the show. So guess what? Here she is. Heather Mullins, welcome to the program. Thank you so much, Eric. And honestly, it really was God's timing. I got some of your books recently that you had sent in the little card and it truly is God's timing. I believe everything happens for a reason. So thanks for having me here. Oh, well, listen, that was clear. That day talking to you and to the guys that are next to me. I mean, I rarely ever talk to people on planes, I'm rarely ever recognized on a plane, no one ever sits down with a maga hat. The whole thing was bizarre, and it was clearly God, but it was and it was fun. It was full of joy. So I do want to ask you for my audience because I haven't introduced you at all, this is the first segment, you know, if somebody says to you, okay, Heather Mullins, what do you do? Who are you? What's your story? How do you describe yourself? You know, it's crazy. I feel like my story is always being written every day is a new day. Currently I'm a reporter and I've been a reporter for about four years now prior to that. I was actually in banking and finance for quite some time. Everything from retirement planning and just banking in general, but I've always wanted to go into journalism just because I feel like I was always that kid in the classroom Eric that had my hand up asking questions and that's really the fundamental thing that you need to be able to do in order to be a good journalist is to ask questions to think outside the box to not necessarily buy everything but to look a little deeper and a little further..

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Eric Meeting Heather Mullins Was Part of God's Plan

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | 6 months ago

Eric Meeting Heather Mullins Was Part of God's Plan

"I was on a plane. I'm on planes a lot. My family doesn't know about this, but I travel. Actually, they often travel with me, but this time it was just me on a plane and I see a young woman get on in first class with a maga hat and I thought, what, what is happening here? The guy who sat next to me, whom I also didn't know, unrelated to the woman in the maga hat says, hey, Eric my taxes. I watch you on TBN every week. I thought, what? What is going on? And then we both started talking to the young woman in the maga hat, who also knew of my existence, and it turned out that she is a journalist. Her name is Heather Mullins, and the more we talked, the more I thought, we got to get you on the show. So guess what? Here she is. Heather Mullins, welcome to the program. Thank you so much, Eric. And honestly, it really was God's timing. I got some of your books recently that you had sent in the little card and it truly is God's timing. I believe everything happens for a reason. So thanks for having me here. Oh, well, listen, that was clear. That day talking to you and to the guys that are next to me. I mean, I rarely ever talk to people on planes, I'm rarely ever recognized on a plane, no one ever sits down with a maga hat. The whole thing was bizarre, and it was clearly God, but it was and it was fun. It was full of joy.

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"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:09 min | 7 months ago

"mullins" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"The race for a long way back. And I'd say that that'll give it a proper read on that race, but Kylie was very good in nice and I think if he can back up that form, he'll be playing in the mix for the ballymore, the Paul Nichols horse is quite decent look good and newbury and Willie's other one imperial pass and Gaelic warrior look like they're going for the race as well. So there's plenty of strength and depth. It's a proper championship race. What you need and yeah, it's a very deep race this year, particularly, as you said, Hermes Allen, gallic warrior is by no means out of it runner up a Sheldon last year, step up and trip should suit and imperial passes a fascinating one, but I'd imagine you're quietly confident about champ Kylie. He does seem to be going under the radar, and that shouldn't be the case. Yes, you know, the few days I've ridden them has given me a great feel. I wouldn't on a flat track over two miles beating Brazil who had Gaelic warrior last year in temporary and then I got back on him and knees over two and a half tests and ground and he beat a decent field and ran out a good winner. You partnered gala marceau to grade one victory in the spring juvenile hurdle, which is a terrific trial for the triumph at the Dublin racing festival. She had finished second to last month on a Irish debut and you were on board last month in fairy house when she made her winning Irish debut. What do you make of garla marceau's prospects for the triumph fertile? She is going in as a grade one winner for all that even Willy thinks she'll turn the form around. And what do you make of lassie math? I think she has a great chance. You know, she is a great one winner going into the race, solid growing in the grade two at Christmas. She definitely improved from there to the dopamine festival and I think she may be a forgotten one in the triumph. You know, she's still a very good feeling in her own right. And I know there was a lot of hype about lassie math before her Irish debut. But there was also a quite bit of hyperbolic gallery Marcel as well. And there was quite a little bit of confidence about her, even at the Christmas meeting when she was behind last year in the night Frank. In the spring juvenile, everything went right for and she does seem to be a little bit keen. Would that be a concern for you on the new course of cheltenham on goal cup day? No, I think she'll be okay, you know, the more race and she's getting the more settlers she'll get. You know, even school owner at home, she starts to switch off and I wouldn't worry about that. I should be defining this. You know, the main thing which is a great asset tour is that she's a good jumper and a strong gallery, which you need in a juvenile, you know, some of those juveniles are very fast, but she can grind out at the finish and she's shown that and both for Irish runs. I think our French farm matches in quite closely with lossy mode. And I think even with the clear run from last year in at the Dublin festival, there would have been a good battle between the two. People forget the gallery, so it was only having our first run when she met last email to her Christmas. So there's their fairly closely matched and then you're looking, I suppose that blood destiny who all the clock experts say is better than the two Phillies, but he hasn't got grade one experience and he hasn't got much practice at that level. What he's shown has been very good and he's going to have to give away 7 pounds instead of two Phillies as well. So that, to me, puts the tree horses within a length of each other and it's going to be a proper race. You're getting three horses from the same stable, but they'll be out there to win. And blood destiny is undoubtedly exciting. But in terms of his profile, to me, he looks like a horse for next year with another summer on his back. He'll strengthen up further and he could be the horse for novice chases next year. Whereas the here and now seems to be more about gallimore and lastly myth. I'd say blood destiny is fairly here now to me. I wouldn't underestimate people think it did they're saying he's going to beat the two Phillies, but I think they're all very close. I think they need the tree can win this race with clear around the jump and level pagan on the day. So it's going to be very competitive. It was a one, two, three, four, 5 for Ireland last year. It could be one, two, three, for Willie Mullins this year. The oracle is being seen as a match between el Fabio and John Bond, but daiso dynamo back at Shelton on the old course, which is faster and a furlong shorter for the arkle than the Irish arkle. What do you make of his prospects? He's a very good horse who jumps well, but he's just his own more enemy. You see that last year when himself and John Bond went ahead in the supreme, he just burnt out too much and in leopard stone the last day he behaved a little bit better than he did for Paul at Christmas and I suppose that will come with more race and then getting more mature, but he ability is no question mark is just keeping the mindset right and the probably be fairly strong gallop in the article, but I'd say if something is on his tail down over the first few fences, there are probably going to get him dash and themselves. And that horse might very well be Jon Bon, because while plenty of people will argue, well, there's no way they'll get involved in a pace battle like the supreme last year. You can't put the Genie back in the bottle. Jon Bon goes forward. That's what he does, and that's what he's done in every single one of his novice chases so far. So you're asking an impossible task evade and Coleman to try and hold him up or even rein him back in. And if he gets fired up by dice or dynamo, they might just set it up for el fabiola. Possibly, but you know, most of these novice chases this year have had one, two or three rumors like that. And most of them haven't been contenders. I'd say

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Orioles Snap 19-Game Skid With 10–6 Win Over Angels

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Orioles Snap 19-Game Skid With 10–6 Win Over Angels

"The Orioles nineteen game losing streak is over after they turn to six to deficit into a ten six victory over the angels Ramona reissued Kelvin Gutierrez drew bases loaded walks to put the Orioles up seven six in the eighth inning just before pinch hitter Austin Hays added a two run double Cedric Mullins entity sometime there and DJ Stewart homered for the Orioles who fell two shy of the ale record for consecutive losses they said nineteen eighty eight angels Shohei Ohtani allowed three homers on the mound struck out three times at the plate and left the game after five innings I'm the ferry

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Rodriguez Beats O's Again; Boston Wins 6-2 to Finish Sweep

AP News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Rodriguez Beats O's Again; Boston Wins 6-2 to Finish Sweep

"JD Martinez slammed a three run Homer in the red Sox completed a three game sweep with the six two decision over the Orioles and water rod Regus improved and I don't know with the one point eight one ERA in his last twelve starts against Baltimore he allowed an unearned run and three hits over six innings Cedric Mullins ended his twenty game hitting streak and the birds absorb their eleventh consecutive loss red Sox reliever Adam Ottavino had to leave the game with a left shoulder contusion in the seventh inning he was hit by a line drive for an RBI single I'm Dave Ferrie

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Schwarber debuts, skidding Red Sox rout Orioles 8-1

AP News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Schwarber debuts, skidding Red Sox rout Orioles 8-1

"The red Sox were victorious in Kyle Schwarber's debut as Boston got back in the win column with an eight to one route of the Orioles the newly acquired Schwarber walked twice and scored twice impressing his new manager Alex Cora hopefully that's the beginning of something good you know we we still are now I was gonna look when everybody's playing but you know either excuse given second or fourth or six it's a quality at bat in protects a lot of guys on the line Bobby Dalbec cinder Bogart's in hunter Renfroe each had solo shots and Nick Pivetta struck out eight over six innings of one run ball Richie Martin had a solo Homer in Cedric Mullins extended his hitting streak to twenty games for Baltimore I'm given Coolbaugh

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More Questions Than Answers With Paul Beam

The Bible Says What!?

01:35 min | 2 years ago

More Questions Than Answers With Paul Beam

"Today. Special guests founder of man camp true north organization in the host of the true north man. Podcast paul beam. Welcome to the show. Paul that glad to be here. Michael things are happening brother. Thanks for being on. Thanks for taking the time. So tell us a little bit about your Your show your organization little just a brief history on what it is and what you do sir. Yes so turn. North man exists. To help man experience freedom of fulfillment by tapping more into their identity in their purpose Really helping them figure out what direction that is. They would like take regardless of fulfilling their purpose. Man camp is one of our bents. We hosted two weekend events and that is kind of where we just start spread in the circus if you will of really walk through a process kinda helps them Dive into vision. Identity and purpose for life As far themselves small town texas boy here in a little town called bertram in middle of central texas and the so as far as Started man cap in two thousand fifteen out here. In the middle of central texas town called weren't twelve acres and since then we have. We have moved into another small town called mullin texas where we have thirty two makers now and so we. We started with the twelfth fifteen guys. At our first event we now cap it at one hundred thirty men at each of our bits.

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Elusive Kitten, Orioles Hittin' in 7-1 Romp Over Yankees

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Elusive Kitten, Orioles Hittin' in 7-1 Romp Over Yankees

"Homers by Cedric Mullins Austin Hays Ryan mount castle in remote areas power the Orioles to a seven one win over the Yankees all four home runs came against losing pitcher Andrew Heaney usually I say solo homers don't be you be give up four home and four innings that's that's probably going to do it and no it's just frustrating to to put the team in a hole like that you know not really give us a chance to win there Jorge Lopez took a no hitter into the sixth and allowed one run and one hit in six frames it pretty Rizzo hit a sacrifice fly in the fifth after reaching base he has R. B. as in each of his four games since joining the Yankees Joey Gallo started in left field and ended Lopez is no hit bid with a clean double to open the sixth I'm D. ferry

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"mullins" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

An American Conversation Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"mullins" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

"Think it's good for them. You're stopping blood flow to the breast. Yeah and also if people have enhanced breasts. They could pop young to be very careful. You can't just take any. I've been hung upside down like suspension. I said sure. I'll try it and my nose started bleeding and the guy was like i'm gonna faint. 'cause i don't think i can i. Can you get me down. My nose is bleeding and the guy below. Who's kept me down. I know he's all a cash flow. What the fuck. I can't let them like kim both things. That's not cool so there is no tap during that session. How good the jerk them off. This cow. C blocks you right sally. I have a more serious press gent any time in your career. Have you ever felt that you were being raped that you couldn't say no or that you were in a situation where i don't like this and you say no but they continue or you tell the director. I want them to stop. Have you ever felt that in the last twenty years that you were raped. That doesn't mean you were legally raped that does in me but that you personally felt that you were being violated and you were not able to say no. I want this to stop one time in a spanking fetish shoot. I was hired as the spanker and they had me playing the teacher or the mom or whatever it was and they had me spanking the girl saw much and getting so red and so bruised. I felt we were both being violated especially her and then they started blaming me acting like i had been spanking her too hard and that's why she got so marked and i said look you're having these spanker for this amount of time with paddles and hairbrushes. It's going to happen and the model was like i'm cool with it. It's just a rough. Shoot but i felt like we both got violated. Yeah but that doesn't compare that doesn't compare to like a deeper. i understand. it's not deep sexual thing but there is one scene one of my first scenes. I shot and the guy was pounding me too hard. And it hurt. And i said mercy.

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"mullins" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

An American Conversation Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"mullins" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

"All this money. Because i was just running around town doing comedy for ten bucks for free. So this year sitting my ass down i did get carpal tunnel. See my thing but ari at least like pipe barely. Yeah just from like on the double fisting. Sally say five or six shows a night. What are we talking about. Oh i'm five or six shows a week my bad. I'm not in new york. Yeah i wish. I fuck what you do that three shows and i thought i was shit. I'm tired of hearing five or six tonight. So what does that mean comedy or otherwise comedy as an escort. I would often escort after my comedy. Gigs from the audience. Or just that. I've fooled around people from the audience but no usually. I was listed on an escort site online. They would text. You go the comedy star till ten o'clock. Oh okay i'm at the beverly hills hotel right. Cool uber there. After my show and said just walk in and like you meet them in the room. I mean so interested. Tell me about this. Yeah yeah that's all you do. That's all you do. You go and you knock on the door. And the guy's jamie that's my name is a prostitute and opened the door and it's just really ever repulsive guy. There's no way you're gonna get that dick in you. You're going get digging you. You are you just going to. What are you just have a good imagination or you draw what happens you just fuck him. I'm not like a real touchy feely person anyway. Like i'm i get off on being a prostitute. So i'll be like this is going to be freaky. This guy looks like ernest borgnine. This is gonna be freaky. Like i'm fucking the sheriff that convoy league for the first time. How old were you and were you freaked out by it afterwards. big question. sometimes. I remember all right so i guess my first time was a prostitute was probably like in the fetish. Dunton and i was in my early thirties and somebody came in for a fetish session and then it went to a little more and i may be made a little extra more so i don't think i was freaked out. Because when you work in a fetish dungeon few are having your mind blown like on the day like you go in there and kick guy had me nail his ball sack to a chair. One time oh. My god like god totally done that. Honey you're immune nails and do. The skin doesn't resume plead. It didn't bleed. But i didn't wanna do it. I did not want good fees. Yeah like you you get when you work in a dungeon you get to talk to the guy v four you take the sessions like you go in a room with him. You find out what you're into what he's what he wants. And can you do that. No i don't do breast bondage. Okay can use or someone else here. Who wants to do that session. Getting your tied up with ropes. I never heard that. Yeah yeah yeah like getting your breasts tied up. I mean it's not. It's not a good idea. Hide around them or sometimes it's not so crazy it's just under over and under but other times. It's like very ornate very much squeezed. And.

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"mullins" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

An American Conversation Podcast

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"mullins" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

"Welcome to the american conversation. Podcast a podcast about a comedian and to feminists having discussions every week about what the hell's happening in america. Today each week we invite fascinating people and provide interesting news to be hashed out with the understanding that as americans we can agree to disagree. We can laugh hysterically and behaved politically incorrect. Listen in every we be that fly on the wall. Join us for a fun and informative talk with sally. Molins the porn star. Who's also a standup comedian. Gives you seen her comedy. You'll laugh if you've seen her porn. You've been watching too much porn. Yes we did. Screw up the first half of the zoom because of rose. Sally mullins has got fetishes. Boobs started in children's theatre and became the porn star that she is today. Moving from england to america sleazy desert. Hello cougar sally molins sally. What age did you decide that you're going to start doing these sort of a fetish. Things old for that like thirties. Like thirty thirty two. I always wanted to be a stripper cme to write. You should be a stripper. You should still now be strip work. I think i'm very good at. I haven't tried a. Paul grabbed it. And i tried to spin around but i'm not just. Yeah that's the thing in. La the strippers. They can dance. Girls credibly. I went and i looked around the strip clubs and everybody had fake boobs. Everybody had talent. I can't do this. i don't have the right. Look i had the right. Look for florida. Like hanging onto paul. And just being i do i have faked. It just hits in general. I've got my my tits. Some people say there sees some people say they're vs. I've got a sports bra on right now. Yeah they're pretty like perky. I think they're pretty parking. Rock on a so. The one wearing a shirt from talbot's 'cause that's what rosen. Look like i shop at talbots. I want it back up just for a second. I'm curious about what happened before thirty two so if if the story starts getting out where you molested. No that's not what i'm getting at. I'm just curious because most people don't start their careers at thirty two. They start something sooner. So i'm curious to know what were you doing before that a good question. I was running a children's theatre in florida on. Tell us what you were doing. But my bosses were gay and they were so fun and cool and we were really running it. We had a great time with the kids but there is an adult component to the theater. As well i was intensely busy working hard. And when i was about twenty six i thought my first friend the first guy who was like i'm your boyfriend and we moved to la once we moved to la. I was very bored in the relationship with him. And i've probably started thinking. I have the side i want to explore. Can you tell us a little bit about your childhood. Yeah sure. I was born in england. We went back and forth a lot from england to america because my dad was working for the tabloids and both england and mayor hab lives like yeah people magazine shorter the enquirer world news porn star probably had a tabloid baby and we are moving around. It was back and forth and i think that was. That was sad a lot for me. I remember being satellite because you're settled in and then you're back to another country and then you're back to that country so there was a lot of that but a lot of kids go through that and they don't end up in porn so i don't know brothers. I have one brother two years younger. I hope not have sex with my brother brother and sister having sex now. It'd be like what you really are. I wanna have sex with my brother. I think Yeah constantly says that. I do and kelly's you're really disgusting. Ya that's sickening. Yeah and then he goes into throws up and then he comes back on the podcast but Sally did anything happen to you at all sexually under the age of eighteen year. Primary years anything I was tripping. When i was very young i remember being five or six and boys out. The joke is that real. Are you joking or are you serious. No taking boys into the forest and being watched me. And i'd like get on a rock and take off my clothes pose. I wouldn't pass. I told you guys. I can't dance but i would pose. Where did you learn that behavior. I have no idea. One thing i will say is that i watched a lot of movies. That had saxon them. Like we had cable. When i was eight or nine my dad very intellectual and he watched some r. Rated movies and i would be his movie buddy but this was not a household where i was not allowed to watch an r. rated movie but i didn't get molested. I didn't see anyone having sex in front of me unless this is something i block out. But i was hyper sexual. And i just wanted to show off my body. I was flashing. Allot flashing in the car. When my dad was driving my dad would be driving and there would be a guy in a car next to me. And i'd be like hi and show him a tit. Godwin see that. No oh my god. How old were you like fourteen. Holy fuck yeah. Yeah sally there's a. There's a possibility something did happen. And you don't remember or you blocked it. Would you accept that a little bit. yeah. I'll accept that but travels your hormones. Are you high in cholesterol level. Yes yeah there you go that high on testosterone. Yeah a net. But now i'm in. I'm pretty much menopause by sex drive's arms arms off my hair a couple of times your hair. I lost my hair when i was. I was on accutane. When i was twenty so i lost my hair then and then i lost my haircut in my late bunnies because i think i have a slight hormonal imbalance endometriosis. Some issues with it so.

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Pre Cheltenham Gravy at Super Sandown Saturday

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

Pre Cheltenham Gravy at Super Sandown Saturday

"So let's build up the gravy four cheltenham by starting with the one fifty at sandown. It is european breeders fund. Patty power national novices handicap hurdle. The market is fairly tightly. Congested as we record on thursday afternoon. What's your approach to. The race is one of the One of the most competitive handicaps off the season for notices. It has in his time. Take place not quite at the cheltenham festival but on the friday at cheltenham after the festival chicago. What's called bear. Cluele one yes they They had an extra day's racing at the end of the festival. Which was not part of the festival was like the old roy. Ascott then yes. It's accurate roll. Asked where you need of ascot heath for the Roy saturday and easy. It could easily come on the place at the festival But saw here we have it's He's don't get the weekend before. I and it's it's a typically ver- really competitive renewal. I was thinking of some of putting my man selection make bracelets very nearly near the top of my of my shortlist because he he was running up with his first start over hurdles on one his bumper at at harris on he he won a novice hurdle arts become her hand for last night. Beating winds fire on some of the hunter looks okay form. He was favourite for that business in his previous form. And i didn't look too awful lot to win it but the phones were tight. While windsor finestone with the hundred were second and third on the pair of them have run. Run well since a win. File second door sidelight called meru. Shameless mullins is He's all right on the Blame the game. He was favourite was a winner of handicap on his next start at faking him on the the divorce. He said he finished third at some herod. Run very well on his on his nick start She'd been to start since including being second in good handicap at reveal the j. So that's that forms working out. Well he will progress again. But i kind of expected the story here to be that some conflict was a strong favors. I think constantly really ought to be clear. Favourite for this rests on looking at this. I look at a go right. They're gonna make conflict. show press. Who can find against him. Kind of an automatic thing. The conflicts performers all being on heavy ground. But there's no reason to think that he actually needs it. Obviously we've we've had softened heavy going through the season thus far my lebron runs in the In the colors of Harry redknapp itemizing. This has been his his aimal season now. One not want a couple times and bumpers times. He's been beaten over hurdles beating twice in exeter second. Both times should have won one. The first time national line and should have won three the second time when he led at the last but stumbled on again cloak coupla zone. Now you might take that you know. He's done closer. Mantra trading short a might be lots dot straightforward but. He did an awful lot. Roman either those those occasions And of course. He then withdrew restaurant by ten lights. Last time i've been in hospitals sheldon the also runs air and the impression of from is is that He's a pretty is a pretty solid prospect hero. Kamara one hundred thirty. that seems Seems a decent enough mark. Martin hall is beaten already be An extra again. He reopposes but that was in the race. Were constantly traders Right out the close to the surprise when he went one zero three on the third they got around he also reopposes. He was winning semi as well. It's not farmers which i really well. i think. Constantly the winner musto a lot. Dan level of martin all martin. How must give him wit. I i thought obviously you can make a case. Martin house improved again having one from seoul water one again at extra heavy grind last time out but i saw that some in terms of you know you have to put them together in terms of raw ability. There's nothing between them. So getting this from on hollywood definitely young favorite conflict. Who it's over. It will say martin halls improved will conflicts improved to intend lights and extra. Last time i did that easing dine. So fortunately answer questions about whether the resolution to win a wrist On second he'd be posted on even better

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Washington likely to part ways with QB Alex Smith in coming days

The Sean Salisbury Show

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Washington likely to part ways with QB Alex Smith in coming days

"All right tyler discussing football. You said there's a little bit of breaking news yes according to you and rappaport about five minutes Alex smith and washington are expected to part ways within the next coming days. Said he still wants to play. He is thirty six Someone will get them. Probably as a backup. I will watch. Houston making the starter next year. Why wouldn't it. Kansas city chiefs possibly in back. Ooh he knows his role for why not. What's chad haney there. And he's a nice job. Did a nice job. Maybe you let those two. i don't know head. He's already a legend in kansas city for that further down run baby andy just says you know what. Give him a chance to go because he's never gonna see the field here and then maybe that's what he does but see that. Maybe san francisco's looking for another backup quarterback. They had some troubles with their backups. This year the mullins. And and beth third were just quite. Frankly just guys. So maybe maybe they look into it.

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Perseverance rover set to land on Mars

Here & Now

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Perseverance rover set to land on Mars

"I'm Lisa Mullins at this very moment, and NASA spacecraft is about to go where No spacecraft has gone before the perseverance Rover is set to touch down in ancient crater on Mars. Scientists hope to find evidence of life beyond our planet Alexandria, which sea is correspondent for Nature magazine? She's watching along with us. And if you'd like to follow the mission's livestream, go to mars dot nasa dot gov. You can hear Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California in the background right now, acceleration. Alexandra, tell us what we're hearing right now in the background, and what's going on on Mars way are right in the middle of what's called the seven Minutes of terror, And what has just happened is the spacecraft that's been flying from Earth to Mars. Has entered the atmosphere slow down dramatically, and it is just deployed its parachute, which was a huge thing to get it to slow down and get it to land on the surface of Mars. Let's listen in to look at the surface car velocity. It's 145 M per second and an altitude of about And Klum, 9.5, kilometers above the surface. So you can hear it's coming in. It's it's on the way yes. It's on the way and you can see on the images on the Web site. Those who are in the banks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory are applauding. Is it still in the midst of this seven or now? Probably five minutes of terror, or does it look like we're free and clear? We've got about two minutes left to effort actually to go down. So what should be happening right now is that this spacecraft is being carried down beneath the parachute. It's slowing down. It's approaching the surface. Pretty soon it will detach. They'll be some thing called the Sky Crane will fire some rockets to slow it down and we should be on the ground, hopefully in

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Seattle Police Department investigating 5 officers for attending Jan. 6 rally in Washington DC

KUOW Newsroom

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle Police Department investigating 5 officers for attending Jan. 6 rally in Washington DC

"More seattle. Police officers are now admitting to attending the rally in washington. Dc that led to insurrection of the us capital k. o. w.'s. Amy radel reports the seattle police department. Says it's now investigating total of five officers for attending the rally. The investigation will determine whether they broke laws or violated. Spd policies at a meeting wednesday of the city's community police commission spd officer mark mullins black and a member of the commission said these allegations affect his trust in his own colleagues outwardly. To guard ourselves against people who mean to harm meaning whites permit and things of that nature is unsettling to think that someone might be dying. You backing you up. That's doing that as well. Commissioner said they're committed to probing issues of racial bias and right wing extremism within as

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Artist Lily Gavin chats with actress and athlete Aimee Mullins about her Beauty campaign debut.

Gucci Podcast

06:24 min | 3 years ago

Artist Lily Gavin chats with actress and athlete Aimee Mullins about her Beauty campaign debut.

"Celebrating the launch of the newest ut beauty campaign starring lily gamma. Yeah yeah it's really exciting beautiful but so that makes name. Do you wanna talk to you about this. Because you're smart interested in your ideas about beauty because it it can be charged. Opic definitely and I mean i think also be my age. I'm twenty five. I think we're living in a really strange time where we're constantly bombarded with images of beauty on some of which feel beautiful in some of which don't resonate as beauty to me at a. That's interesting do you find that with Sir images of the moment or is it. Do you look at images of different eras. T feel that way that certain eros resonate more than others or do that right now you find it. Discordant that there's that feel a bit you don't yeah. I think the things that price speak to me less are some of the things that i feel. My generation particularly are kind of bartered. West in terms of what beautiful is meant to look like and as we now in house we've been talking about for the past few hours. Beauty really comes from within it. Does we also. We are told that we're told that when we're children but then everything that we see. Typically in advertising runs counter to the idea that comes from within him. And i think until very recently there was such a exclusionary aspect to what our societies considered beautiful that it was felt like it wasn't inviting to most people and i find what's really exciting about where this advertising is going at least in the last couple of years and certainly a gucci is truly more diversity more inclusive holistic sense of beauty. I think people are responding to that guys day. Seed they see people that look like them people that they know they they can see themselves after land. I think it's always. It's always dangerous territory when you're looking to the outside to understand what beauty is or to try and feel the beauty of yourself and i think what i do find that gucci which i don't find in many places this idea that specifically with makeup to and thinking about how you know what i like because i don't really wear that much makeup but what i do like about. Makeup is the more theatrical side of it. The more you know when makeup is used really as a way to express yourself and not hide yourself. Nice not to look like someone else to just play. I think gujie has a sense of humor. It's playful it's fun. It's not you know where this in this in this. In order for everyone to look the same. It's like everyone looks completely different. Yes which is a med tobacco completely. Different so much of for too long people. I think felt the need to could form to something and you certainly saw that with in cosmetic surgery but not in rather than embrace your quote unquote flaws. Because it's what differentiates you from from everyone not to commercialize flaws either and then make that a whole 'nother category of authenticity which is an awesome. It's about really just being able to be yourself and not feel that you need to be anyone other than yourself but also explorer who you are right now. Which doing is who you are. Five years ago or one year ago now is the kind of. I actually looked out beauty in the dictionary. I like to do this but this is from oxford dictionary. Since we're on for the first entry beauty is a combination of qualities such as shape color or form that pleases senses especially the site. That's completely subjective. Yeah that is like. That's a subjective sketches. Fantastic these that can mean anything to anyone. Yeah that it should. What bums me out is the second injury. Dc this a beautiful woman his co. i wonder who really families. She was considered a great beauty in her youth. At makes me want to throw the phone Just so antiquated. It's not old fashioned in any kind of good way. It's i we one of my dear friends as in her early seventies and she's magnificent. But i feel like there are so many examples of men and women around us in however anyone identifies where if they feel that they can own their own space in their own space and obviously this has been a year of struggle for in the communication of people talking. About how historically so many heels don't feel right to own their own space. And certainly i think women have always known that you know in any minority groups women at the bottom of the heat in any in any any minority group. There have inequity all over the world and yet this sense of never never more than the present moment do i see so many images of beautiful women of all ages shapes sizes backgrounds who have been given permission to say yet version who have taken the taken their power and claim their power and given themselves permission to own their own space. When you see that happen it's radiant

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