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Fresh update on "nicholas" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nicholas" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"That it has always been about the gun and was it about the right of self defense, which it became about because that's what it was about. Period. And then you're even mentioned is that the trial he said, why did you choose the AR? Why did you choose the AR? Because I was like, and then he tried correct me in the law. I'm like, because that was the only gun that I was legally allowed to happen. He was like, actually, no, this is what the law says, I'm like, no, that's all. You're reading it wrong, man. Let's play cut 33 before we do. I think it's deeper than that. I think you won, and they lost, and they don't process that well. Play cut 33. I know there's no double jeopardy in this country, Paul, but is it possible for this case to go federal? Could a federal prosecutor pick this up? It's possible, but typically we see those in civil rights cases and this isn't a civil rights case. They see that in a civil rights case, and this is in a civil rights case. Yeah, no kidding. But it's this simple, it's that they had a narrative. They were willing to try to put an innocent person in jail, destroy your life and smear your character similar to Nicholas Sandman, not as extreme. You talk to him, didn't you? I did. How was that? He's a nice guy. We talked for like 5 minutes, he asked how I was doing, and I said I was doing good. Been praying and I asked him how he deals with all this media stuff and he says the same thing as me. Just ignore it. Just ignore it. That's good advice. So there's two things I want to make sure we touch on. Number one, your future. So your student Arizona state university regardless of the smear campaign against is that right? That is correct. So our office is very pro ASU, not U of a is what I'm told. I'm still learning the Arizona terrain around here. What do you want to do with your life? Well, I was looking at nursing school about two weeks ago. I'll probably change it up another couple dozen times before I actually decide after my undergrad. But right now I'm looking at law school getting into criminal justice. And maybe go to school on campus. They're trying to kick you off school. Yeah, apparently there's a protest plan today or something. They're saying that we don't want Kyle on campus and all of this, look, I've been protested differently than you just persevere. It's fine. They'll run out of energy. They got nothing better to do. What they're trying to do is they've set up a situation where they couldn't get you through the legal system. So now they're trying to make it so that you're canceled. So you're going to be canceled from any other pressure point that they can find whether that be campus or let's say you start a social media account and make it go public or they go and get a new turnover at Twitter. It's the CEO today. The new CEO is like a pro censorship guy, right? They're going to come out and say, everything they can to shut you down and to shut you up because they to your point. I don't think they want anyone to able to successfully defend themselves under the Second Amendment, use that in a situation to positively express their, I guess right to live and also the right to self defense. So any your existence is a problem for them. Yeah. And look, I don't really care that they're protesting. I think it's actually very silly and funny. Hilarious. I agree with everybody's right to demonstrate no matter how silly it is. But this is part of that whole media thing, right? From the very beginning, there is just so many people who are so completely misinformed. And as they get informed on just the basics, I think people start to recognize that this was purely self defense and politics is just, it's just not involved in this case at all, period, but I mean, to your point, there are people who want to use this one way or the other and that's just not what it's about. It's about this young man who defended himself period full stop. So Kyle, you've learned a lot..

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Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 3 d ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in

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"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

03:23 min | 6 d ago

"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"Feeling to kind of feel like you can inhabit someone where you not like you're not going to make a mistake because it's not really the stakes. But you just kind of feel like you're being sort of feel right. Really dialed in, which is a nice thing is that the field because you're usually using tricks to try to try to trip yourself into it. How did that experience change you as an actor or did it in any way? It changed it changed me in some ways. I mean, I think I also was adamant coming into the show and a lot of my other costars shared the same feelings that we just wanted to have a kind of atmosphere that guest stars and other people would paint into felt like this creative felt welcome didn't feel like it was a separation or that they had to pay on the regular. You know, everybody was just really, it was a great family. That we worked really hard to put together and she's trying to have everybody. Yeah. I just really love that family. Last question, a Nicolas Gonzalez fan says, and that's the name of his account. He says, basically, he says, how do you love yourself? So he wants advice on how do you love yourself? How does Nicholas Gonzalez you, how do you practice self love? I think self love can be really hard when if you're in a period of judging yourself and being your worst critic, so sometimes one of the only things you can really turn to is someone else you can use your help. And if you can be of help to someone else, I think that you'll start to see the beauty in that and feel the purpose for some reason, God forbid can feel you don't have a purpose. But. I think the hard part is loving yourself being in love with doing yoga for all these things that I think have people have a misconception about because it's the practice. Not everybody is good at it, everybody can't do handstands immediately. I've been doing it for years and there's stuff that I don't even understand how it is yoga. But it's the practice. It's the same thing with that. You know, it's a practice of trying to love yourself and everything is going to stand you where you can have more than enough things to tell you that you're not enough. So try to find things that tell you you are. But when you hear at rock bottom, I'll tell you you can always find somebody on YouTube. Yeah, I've never heard self love be defined in that way before, which is really interesting. So what you're saying is to love yourself, you actually help other people, meeting loving yourself then becomes a process that's greater than you, which I think is super powerful. Well, I guess it's just because if you truly are having a hard time because I think it's hard to have some people, you know, people want to ask actors and stuff. How do you love yourself, you know? Guys, if I were you, I would feel this and I, you know, or I don't want to hear somebody you know, I don't turn to Gwyneth Paltrow to ask about what I should be thinking about mental health. I'm not saying she's a facilitate excellent experts and maybe a great platform together..

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"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

05:44 min | 6 d ago

"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"Front of the camera, but also they're just sensitive dudes and they're transparent and they're vulnerable. This is great, right? Justin's great. Yeah, he's such a kind guy. And almost to the point where you're like, why is there you know, is he up to something? He is up to something. And he's up to something and you have fallen under his spell like we all have. But I would definitely put you in that category. And I know back in the day, I was secretly had my crepe and coffee Friends. The guys that weren't athletes that I would talk about feelings I was going through a divorce at the time. And then I put you in the category with JP Andy, David page, all day. The top cross fitters in that box. And I would be intimidated. I wouldn't talk to you this way because I would feel like this is the locker room guy. Oh no, we would have picked your ass. Yeah, probably, yeah, absolutely. No, don't ever try to step to me on the street and try to talk like this, man. Well, well now, now that you're in your 40s and I can see who you really are and all the things that you're interested in, now I do feel safe with you. And not only that, but I really feel proud and just championing your success because not because of what you do but kind of like because from what I've seen, there hasn't been a lot of dishonest moments. Like you're pretty even when you're saying now is like there's a sincerity to you, which I think the world needs. Especially coming from a minority man, you know? I don't know. Thank you. You know, I have so many people I see that in two, you know that I follow even on Instagram, but thank you. Very good. Yeah. So let's talk about is there a way that we can see like comments and stuff is mine's like frozen with a question? Is that because we're in Q&A or something instead of like the feet? No, dude, I got lots of questions for you. So let's say I can't see them. I don't know why. All I see is frozen. Frozen from a long time ago. Let's answer a few questions if you don't mind. We got about 15 minutes left, and I always wanna address the people in the room. I don't want to ignore them because I feel like I do a lot of that where I turn the thing on and I'm ignoring the people in front and just kind of talking out into the world. So there's a guy named Nicholas Gonzalez, and he says, how did your life change after having? There's a lot of Nicholas Gonzales is in your hilarious. And I think a couple fan accounts of what as well. But he asked, how did your life change after having your first child?.

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"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

03:39 min | 6 d ago

"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"It's case sensitive, so all lower case, one word live better. And I will see you in the lab. Here are my revelations after interviewing Nicholas Gonzalez. I don't want to see interview more of a conversation. I prefer having meaningful conversations over interviews because I don't really see myself as an interviewer. I'm definitely not a good interviewer because I tend to bird walk and I'm all over the place. All my content should say assembly required because like a box of Legos, I just dump content. Questions, random shit on the table and then you have to put it all together. And that's why my revelations are at the beginning of my conversations with other people and not at the end. Nicholas Gonzalez is he's an awesome guy, you know, he's one of those guys where he has the bro down factor where we could talk about a motorcycles and fitness and workout together, right? We could bump chest and at the same time, we could get coffee and crepes and talk about struggles and definitions of men. And marriage and parenting and all that, right? We could talk about our feelings and also work out. So I hope you enjoyed this conversation with Nick. Let me give you my revelations real quick..

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'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last week

'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’

"One more note here is we're watching the Kenosha trial of Kyle rittenhouse. Remember the Covington Catholic high school student Nicholas Sandman who won millions of dollars from the mainstream media, one of the few people I've ever seen to take on the beast and he won. By the way, that kid get all that money? 'cause it was like 20 some $1 million. Is that kid walking around with like $27 million in his bank account? He filed defamation lawsuits as you'll recall against CNN, Washington Post NBC for out of context portrayals of the then 16 year old student, appearing to mock the Native American Nathan Phillips. He won like millions. Well, Nicholas Sandman is saying that Kyle rittenhouse should do the same that he did and filed a defamation suit against the media beast. Maybe a couple of maybe a couple of rich kids thanks to the mainstream media

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Nicholas Sandmann: The Media Came for Me Like They Came for Rittenhouse, But Should He Sue?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:24 sec | Last week

Nicholas Sandmann: The Media Came for Me Like They Came for Rittenhouse, But Should He Sue?

"Kyle rittenhouse should sue the media for a boatload of money. I'll tell you. That's something that Nicklaus Sandman who's become a very wealthy man thanks to the media has said he wrote the media came for me like they came for rittenhouse, but should he sue. And he says the corrupt liberal media came for me just like they came for Kyle rittenhouse. And if he took decides to sue, I say, go for it and hold the media accountable. Nicholas

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George scores 32, Clippers outshoot Minnesota in 126-115 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

George scores 32, Clippers outshoot Minnesota in 126-115 win

"Paul George scored thirty two points on eleven of eighteen shooting and had eight assists as the clippers knocked off the Timberwolves one twenty six one fifteen Reggie Jackson scored a season high twenty nine points and Los Angeles shot sixty percent from the field while nailing a season high twenty one three pointers on thirty six attempts Nicholas but tomb added twenty points and terrace man had a season high seventeen off the bench Anthony Edwards scored twenty nine points for Minnesota which has lost four of five Karl Anthony towns finished with eighteen points and seventeen rebounds for Minnesota I'm Dave Ferrie

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Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre

"A guilty plea in a twenty eighteen high school massacre in Florida Nicholas Cruz pleaded guilty to murder this morning in the twenty eighteen high school massacre in parkland Florida that left seventeen people dead he answered a long list of questions from the judge aimed at confirming that he is mentally competent a separate court proceeding will decide his fate life or death life in prison would be without parole the judge plans to begin screening jurors next month aiming for the sentencing proceeding to begin in January Cruz killed fourteen students and three staff members on Valentine's day twenty eighteen during a seven minute rampage through Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school say investigators he had been expelled from Stoneman Douglas a year earlier I'm ready to fall late

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Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

"The lawyers for accused Florida school shooter Nicolas Cruz said he plans to plead guilty to the twenty eighteen massacre the guilty plea for accused Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz would set up a penalty phase where the twenty three year old would be fighting against the death penalty in hoping for life without parole attorneys told the judge that cruise plans to plead guilty next Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder in the February twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school the police will come with no conditions and prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty that will be decided by a jury but that trial has not yet been scheduled I surely outlier

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Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

"Cross your reporting reward money has been increased for information helping solve the killing of a U. S. prosecutor in Seattle rewards now totaling two point five million dollars have been announced for information in the killing of federal prosecutor Thomas C. Wales in Seattle twenty years ago Nicholas brown the new U. S. attorney for the western district of Washington announce the justice department has doubled its reward to two million dollars at a ceremony Monday marking the death of Wales in addition the national association of former U. S. attorneys is offering about five hundred thousand dollars for information helping solve the case Wales was an eighteen year veteran of the U. S. attorney's office he was fatally shot through a basement window of his home on October eleventh two thousand one hi

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Brooklyn bishop retires after Vatican clears him of abuse

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Brooklyn bishop retires after Vatican clears him of abuse

"The New York bishop retires after the Vatican clears him of abuse pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the Catholic bishop of Brooklyn weeks after a Vatican investigation cleared him of sexual abuse allegations bishop Nicholas dimarzio was seventy seven that's two years beyond the normal retirement age for bishops the new York church announced at the Vatican had closed the case against him are zero after an investigation concluded the allegations against him didn't have the semblance of truth two minutes separately claim dimarzio abuse they may have century ago in New Jersey I'm Walter Ratliff

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Nicholas Brings Flooding to Gulf Coast States Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida

NBC Nightly News

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas Brings Flooding to Gulf Coast States Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida

"Is under a state of emergency tonight as the remnants of hurricane nicholas soap the gulf coast six million people under flash flood watches from louisiana to the florida panhandle. The system expected to bring as much as ten inches of rain to the region through friday

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Nicholas Slams Hard-Hit Louisiana

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas Slams Hard-Hit Louisiana

"Tropical. Depression nicholas continues to pour heavy rain on large parts of the south. The national weather service has flood warnings and watches posted from east texas to the florida. Panhandle rain is falling as far north as georgia forecasters warn. It's coming in areas that were devastated by hurricane ida.

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Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast

"Tropical storm Nicholas brought a lot of rain to the coast in southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana in Galveston and Houston in Texas they got a lot of rain mayor Sylvester Turner in Houston says it could have been worse the largest amount on the city of Houston so can I needed a break it was a different story in Louisiana we expect certain amount of activity weather wise this was just a little over the top hurricane ida had destroyed one of Stephen voices buildings and damaged the main plant of his seafood business Nicholas is adding to the damage many people all the way from New Orleans to here have this for more damage they're not gonna recover quickly or easily the mayor of Lake Charles Louisiana says anytime there's even a hint of a weather event approaching people get scared I'm a Donahue

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Nicholas Makes Landfall as Hurricane, Swamping Parts of Texas

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas Makes Landfall as Hurricane, Swamping Parts of Texas

"Nikolas made landfall along the texas coast earlier today bringing the threat of up to twenty inches of rainfall to parts of the gulf coast including the same area hit by hurricane harvey and twenty seventeen. Allow these spots. They've already been hit before. Which is no good nicholas touchdown on the eastern part of the Matagorda peninsula which is about if you case you're wondering that's about ten miles west southwest of sergeant beach texas with maximum winds of seventy five miles an hour Flooding prone houston is also expected to get hit. the governor of sexists that authorities have been placed and rescue teams and other resources in houston area and along the coast in

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Hurricane Nicholas Disrupts Power to Some Louisiana Residents

Wall Street Breakfast

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Nicholas Disrupts Power to Some Louisiana Residents

"Hurricane nicholas made landfall along the texas coast today bringing the threat of up to twenty inches of rainfall to parts of the gulf coast. Louisiana governor john edwards declared a state of emergency sunday night ahead of the storm's arrival across louisiana. Almost one hundred and twenty thousand customers remain without power. As a monday

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Nicholas strengthens to hurricane ahead of Texas landfall

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas strengthens to hurricane ahead of Texas landfall

"Hurricane Nicholas made landfall in Texas before returning to a tropical storm but it's still doing a lot of damage to buildings bringing flooding to the area and widespread power outages wind gusts along the coast reached ninety five miles per hour just before Nicholas made landfall and now are around seventy five with sustained winds at forty cents camper Hosko meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Texas multiple trees down all along in these coastal counties we've had some gas stations with the awnings been blown over some groups have lost some of the metal sheeting on some of the smaller buildings next to it and extensive power outages from all of the the wind he's as dangerous storm surge and heavy rain is causing flooding which governor Greg Abbott warns about your life is the most important thing that you have be cautious forecasters now expect up to twelve inches of rainfall before Nicolas moves into Louisiana early tomorrow I'm Julie Walker

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"nicholas" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Nicholas continues to move across the houston area and surrounding communities along the way it's left waterlogged streets down trees and power lines and widespread outages. I'm craig cohen today on. Houston matters the very latest. The power is out for more than four hundred fifty thousand centerpoint energy customers more than a third of them in houston. This after nicholas made landfall as a hurricane and dumped more than a foot of rain in some spots. South of the houston area nicholas has since slowed and has been downgraded again to a tropical storm. While it's weakened heavy rains could continue to impact especially communities along the texas coast this hour harris county officials including judge. Lena hidalgo space city. Weather's eric berger and news eighty eight seven reporters and producers from all over the houston area. We'll start with news update from npr news. Eighty eight seven. Stay with us her. This.

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Tropical Storm Nicholas Leaves 500,000 Without Power in Texas

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Tropical Storm Nicholas Leaves 500,000 Without Power in Texas

"Than three hundred. Ninety thousand people are without power in greater houston as now tropical storm nicholas rolls through our region that includes over thirty thousand people in galveston county. Officials are reminding you this morning then if you see a downed power to stay away from it and call nine one one.

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Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain

CNN 5 Things

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain

"Nicholas has been downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall along the texas coast with winds of seventy miles per hour. People living along the coast import aransas to port. O'connor face a life threatening storm surge of up to five feet. According to the national hurricane center nicholas is also expected to bring six to twelve inches of rain as it sweeps northeast along the gulf. Coast

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Apple Issues Urgent iPhone Software Update to Address Critical Spyware Vulnerability

the NewsWorthy

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Apple Issues Urgent iPhone Software Update to Address Critical Spyware Vulnerability

"Heads up if you have an apple device. There's an urgent warning to download the latest emergency software update now available apple just released it to fix a critical security problem security. Researchers found a flaw that lets a certain spyware infect iphones ipads apple watches or mac computers. But here's the thing. The person who owns the device does not even have to click on anything to let the cybercriminals in so users might not even know when they've been compromised with this technology. Hackers can control the devices camera and microphone and they can record text messages. Emails and phone calls. The spyware is made by an israeli company called the nso group. The firm sells its technologies to governments and police forces for crimefighting purposes but amnesty international says the spyware has also been used against activists and journalists. The average user probably would not be targeted but apple. Still says everyone should update their devices. Now just in case and the emergency software. Update comes just hours before. Apple's big product launch happening today apple is expected to unveil the latest version of the

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Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall over Texas

the NewsWorthy

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall over Texas

"Early this morning. Hurricane nicholas made landfall near the town of sergeant texas that's on the central texas coast between galveston and corpus christi. The category one hurricane is bringing heavy rains and seventy five mile an hour winds to that area. A couple of tornadoes are also possible now. The storm is headed toward galveston and houston. The millions of people who live there and nearby are expected to get up to fifteen inches of rain which could cause life threatening flooding authorities have been busy the last couple of days setting up barricades and getting high water rescue vehicles ready just in case some schools along the texas gulf coast are closed today including those in the houston school district and many cove in nineteen testing and vaccination sites have had to shut down for now. People in that area are being told to stay off the roads to avoid risking their own lives or the lives of first responders forecasters say hurricane nicholas will keep moving across southeast texas today and should make it to south western louisiana by tomorrow.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

Perspectives on Healthcare

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

"Welcome back to perspectives on healthcare. My perspective today comes from nicholas. Smith now. I have to tell you that when you're starting a podcast. The first thing that you do is you go. Shake the tree of friends and family and nicholas. When i shook the tree nicholas fell out of it which was fantastic. He is he is a friend of his. His mom is a friend of mine..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"That's happened to me or something. I've seen and then at some point veer away from my actual life story. This occurred only. After i wrote white spines in a sense. White spines tells the the story of my life in nonfiction mode. That i'd already kind of told in festival which i mentioned before which was is which is my seventh novel and most recent novel. They'd strangely similar because in novel there is a character who collects picketers and he is a teacher of creative writing. I don't want to labor the point too much but there are similarities between the two books. So i am. I'm comfortable writing about myself but at the same time. I didn't want to be too much of that. So i found. I found that i was sort of threading details in here and there and probably if you condensed the autobiographical material in white spines to its essence. It would probably only occupy say five thousand words or something like that. I mean yeah lots of it says i went into this shopping. I found that book. But that's not really the same kind of content as Relating things to do with my my family or things like that and some of those things are in there with. I think and hope a light touch nicholas. I collect books to and the books. I collect very very specific. And they have to have been signed by the author within five minutes of us concluding an interview so i am now going to conclude this interview and ask you to do exactly that. I'll do great pleasure. Whites finds confessions of a book. Collector by nicholas royal is published by salt. It's up now. You've been listening to meet the writers. Thanks to the production team of nora hall and sophie. Monaghan koons. I'm georgina godwin. Thank you for listening..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"That closing all the time which is terribly sad but every now and then a new will open or a shop that sells new books like barely fisher in guston in east. London was dot selling secondhand books. In in a great converted basement space which which they they are now doing. I wonder how much that the stock of of every shop is influenced by who lives in the area so all second hand bookshops buying in books in which case there is some kind of curatorial process or are they absolutely dependent on the fact that people in that part of the country. Love this kind of book. And that's what's then being passed. That is a good question. And i think i mean i've spoken to some managers of oxfam bookshops to to say to us than that very question to say you must be to some extent cure rating the contents of your bookshelves because in some cases they're so good and in other cases where you would expect them to be just as good. They're slightly less good and those those Manages those shops tell me that it is all down to donations and what comes in. So you know you might find that The oxfam bookshops in crouch end almost well hill. O'hearn hill up particularly good. A maybe that's down to the local population and The books that they donate. There's a difference between charity bookshops and second hand booksellers One particular difference is that very often. The owners of secondhand bookshops will go out and House clearances and they will look entire libraries and they might buy an entire library. You know they might go out and inspect one thing. Is this worth it. Do i want this and get the whole thing. So definitely with with the the really. Good second hand booksellers. That's something that's going on and it could be that. Those books is going out of their area. So you might have. Peter willis for example runs. Books peckham fantastic shop and peckham which is recently moved to proper bricks and mortar premises having previously. Been kind of pop up shop in an alleyway. I know that peter goes an looks collections of books and he's always bringing in new stock so his stock changes constantly and his prices are very reasonable as well. Books fly out of the shop really great little shop and he's also very interested in zien ze so. Yeah it's a mix really of of what comes in and what booksellers go out and find now. You mentioned that they are closing all the time and i wonder what changes you've seen within the secondhand book industry over the last what thirty years that you've been collecting Well fewer shops. And and where's it headed. I.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Hello this is. Meet the writers. Georgina godwin now. Many people describe themselves as book lovers. There is no doubt about this week's guest devotion to them however there's a writer editor and creative writing teacher. Books are fundamental to his life. His new book white spines. Confessions of book collector is part memoir part nonfiction and explores the secondhand shops. He used to build his one thousand strong book collection of piccadilly fixing nicholas royal. Welcome to meet the writers. Thank you thank you very much. Did this obsession with books start. I think it started well with books. It started when i was very young and in the blyton books which i just adored. I love the folk of the faraway tree in the enchanted. Would these mysterious lands on top of this tree with these incredibly interesting characters. The obsession with pickett'll started actually with a record with a single by bow house called dark entries and on the front cover of the sleeve of dark entries. There was a painting covina. Sleep by paul delvaux a belgian surrealist and it was credited on the back of the sleeve was the take coury so i went to the gallery. I saw the painting hanging. Didn't know how lucky. I wasn't the time to actually see a painting hanging rather than it being in the store but it was amazing and i became a fan of pulled. Elvis work up point and so some time later. When i saw another painting by the same artist on a book cover which was on the cover of ice a novel by anna kavan. The great english novelist and short story writer recognize the delvaux painting on the cover of that immediately. And this was a picador book. And i would have either seen it. Maybe in camden town short market on a on a table with the cover staring at me. Or i might have seen it. One of hundreds of spines identical spines in scoop books on southampton row at them was a great secondhand bookshop which is still going today in a in a different location And they used to stock all of their picador their secondhand picador books together than them together. Which i found a very impressive sight when i walked in there for the first time. And maybe i pulled some of them out. Maybe i pulled that one out. And i saw the the delvaux cover and i thought. Wow it's the artist again. I need this book so is by van was probably my first picador. And if that was my first and my second was an anthology called blackwater. The anthology of fantastic literature edited by alberta mengual. Which parents gave me for christmas in nineteen ninety-three and a wonderful anthology full of short stories. And that's where that's where my my obsession with pickett'll began because of course you are short story writing yourself. Yes a little bit about your work. Well i've been a short story writer since around about that time. Actually since i went away to university started collecting my own books..

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"nicholas" Discussed on KR Live Podcast

KR Live Podcast

04:25 min | 9 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on KR Live Podcast

"What's the neal. My name is viz. Mackenzie and welcome to carolina. If you love the expression of creativity in visual and arts than this team the subscribe and for social media pages through the lincoln descriptions and be part of the country now. Let's lightning incidents and welcome back to the brand new controllers. Podcast as always of to this. Mackenzie you'll love me host. And today's guest is a film director. Nicholas words please give around clause everybody thank you so much joining. Yeah absolutely lacy for me so excited because we've done several interviews of the bus few months but this is the first time we're having a film director on our podcast. All right well. I'll try to not disappoint so you can Have many other directors. Come on in and tell you about this crazy artistic world. We've sort of don't ourselves into absolutely so a bit curious of gouge you personally and about your upcoming work. So how about you. Such off by telling us what made you pursue filmmaking. Who was the nicholas woods before he decided to become a direct..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Ominous Origins

Ominous Origins

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Ominous Origins

"Oh more believable right now for all your horror. Pop culture needs. They also have an extensive library of podcasts. To listen to including my new one cheer and loathing featuring stephanie the editor in chief of morbidly beautiful and myself as we bicker about well movies sometimes. It's horror sometimes is not. We have a bonus episode featuring nick ages con air this week where i will shit all over it but onto today's episode which features a director by the name of nicholas snyder. Now who's nikola snyder. You might be wondering well. He's a brand new director and his latest film is called the astrology of pandemics. Nicholas was kind enough to sit down with me and talk about the making of his film as well as the events that led. Up to it including the alignments of certain planets that led to certain events which allowed him to actually make the film. It's a truly fascinating. Watch from a fascinating man. He super genuine intelligent and has a lot of theories. About how the planetary alignments and pandemic's over the course of history including the one where currently in all kinds of lineup he even mentioned to me off recording that my last episode but the dancing plague in fifteen eighteen did indeed align with some very specific planets in very specific signs in the sky super interesting. Give it a listen. This is nicholas snyder. And you can catch his film. The astrology of pandemics on pretty much.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

03:07 min | 10 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Creatively Christian

"Hello everyone this is brandon. Huffman's worth one of the podcast hosts for theophanous media's creatively christian podcasts and i am super excited to be on The podcast today with nicholas mueller A gentleman. I've been following for some time on twitter on social media and only just really connected with yesterday personally And it was a great a great meeting Hello nicholas thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me on here. In a congratulations on getting this all started up and going. This is going to be a lot of fun absolutely absolutely. So yeah we. We're actually recording this in late october. And it won't be out until probably sometime in january..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

08:05 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Kinda strange balance ab- but you knew that they were fairly wayward. And that was that was what he wants when he got involved with nancy. Wells in prewar london. Use a social engineering. I you know mode. I look at data. Think so guess involved safe. Cracking and everything subs interesting thing. Because he liked to portray himself. As the mr i was the cost of the gang now. His widow said if he got locked out he couldn't get in again. So i i suspect there was the mythology which he he made himself the guy jelly gang about the jelly jarring gelignite from places miles an he. He was another one exactly like the bidwell. He was on the run. It got arrested. There was a trial in scotland. And he said we'll i promise to be know. Let him and he carried on another six jericho absurd just yeah but he helped the trump to be able to do that and he was on the run. He said without saying he's done girlfriend. Let's go to jersey on holiday and it was the middle of march so she said just rang the whole so. She wasn't exactly joys of spring on their own holiday in jersey having lunch and jump through window and she didn't see him for another sub. I jewett that minds. Have that same is majesty's distract. Needless the criminals that you look at the people that you follow this huge sense of probably did nafta jumps through a window. He's chased across a beach which again oils ended up like like in rural holiday because he pointed. That's one you want the place johnson. The else so he's in jail. Jerseys invaded by the journals is the only parts of the united kingdom. Yeah amyloid islands. So that's quite interesting He done got taken to a jail in paris on the good up to mistreat law on that he said to the gym and intelligence expe- burqa so they ended as a saboteur on the cash. Back into britain on went back again is the only double agents the thinkings parachutes twice on. He go away was obsolete murder when we were in the train them in a villa in nantes in france and he one decided just because he was bored he pulled the club so the allows runs off at three in the morning. Another thing you'd think it's in the five will but one day they're all their nazi uniform. Color drains from your faces. When britain he ran took into the war offers to god's and he's with his mind doesn't he walks in stopped and went because he ended up. Being named johnny reid was his case officer in the now. Know ronnie dapo one thing about dan. It's of cheeto said why. That's such a huge deal. Amazon's case officers to play gin. Unresolved i Grace Because what was interesting the hot when he came second time will so we think he might have been turned one british secret service and the british secret service never quite towards you know they had. The advantage was the 'nigma ripping a new character and they'd followed is nice career. I'm you want the new. He was called fitch. And it's just a great store in kind of the agents that was involved in with the v. one What they have refined london on he was involved in the couldn't ulcer. Appoint one of the bombings whether the ones that landed but also the time. So the the is literally new they want on was the world's cruise missile counter on the by the greatest number of counts will tell you would land so they just tacked will counts too so by the end of that campaign that will in intent because of the of the people who radio reports say places whether it landed on the timings the district and after the war he gets up to even low mischief with this. I actually think the because the stuff about the wartime stuff going films but is still after. The rule of the film were triple cross. He was made in france and he couldn't be onset because no matter of french authorities wanted in could not be a from roker did he couldn't care failed to contribute to the film because he wasn't allowed into france once for his pa. The alleged parts a kidnapped assault the only the the great thing for maidens trying to. You know i'm interested in kind of stories and telling the stories of these was the just the just great these people come across and at this point he said swiftly moving on my next book is thrilla can come back the next. This is just amazing. So so we'll put where we can find those links to everything in the show notes. We would love to have you back on the two things. Saintly always does any future projects back. Sure absolutely but those conspiracy theories O'reilly words you know on the dockside little but i'm happy to get in. You know i mean to me. What's interesting is you know about. The dangers of ruled a very very difficult. Because you know you when you've got stories about people who did it to such an extent you can get away with doing what this is why i did it because i like writing stories. I passed absolutely love all of them. You bring them to. I even such a brilliant way. Definitely if you behind the show and we'll put every following on twitter specially if you want to see lots of a stupid statement manila's and under last twitter do master criminal of the day because as you know some of them are just you read the stuff using. Did anybody think they could get away with. And that's the other thing about with the line between people who can get away with all on those who tongues very fine balance anew. You're in the store is just an open now. The kind of levels of stupidity balance between stupid ingenious. He's very very well. Listen thanks for being on the show and we'll toss my pleasure. Thank you for watching are listening to the human factor security podcast with your host jenny. Ratcliffe the people hack find us at. Www dot human factors security dot co dot uk on youtube as the human factor security channel and on social media as the people hakka. Jenny radcliffe the sponsorship guests and other inquiries please email inquiries that he moved back to security dot co dot uk..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"An allocation had two sons willie. And roberts was a son of a bitch to bitch and moan about their expenses really used to come to guatemala embarrassed seriously and as you noted to mix with the billons. You have to drink in the report. No argument on he was when people worried about willie's drink problem so so. You've kind of got this investigates do is like all. The best investigates knows perfectly. Well here's this is trying to find the proof and is a great thing which again lateras terrorism log. Pinkerton was inland. He's walking alone and he sold to resourced and bidwell and another naji. Well followed them into them. You know denotes one bidwill was told about this when cuba because that's where they chased him. All the colored driving spices didn't stop. I paid you to investigate this further. Call this great so to all these same. Imagine something which are just thought it was really great your about tank and stats himself. And he set. Pinkston wasn't someone was given to high pay belay. He wasn't particularly a nixon impressed. penitence quite was. This is the makes remarkable story of adam wales's afternoon. That was hankinson. That's sad news. Like joseph Morbid impressed with what i've also done is the pinkerton very very They had gauche right tunes. Pinkerton logo nick. The model the i the i is very very scary is also it was But the the original latches because the cuban Is i think is the best bench. So you've got the full villains. One of them is caught in a bank in london. He's playing the pat seems they realize actually he was because the choice one of the women who call them a different name should hold on a minute. What's going on here. George macdonald goats in new york with lots of trials and the police ramona. He's going to be sprung by. Jordan will was chased to cross island. That's a great story. Because they kept missing he goes to scotland. And there's a nineteen minute chase in edinburgh of shapes that would that would be a great same with a lot of time. And then austin goes with his bribe donate leaves the country first and goes to cuba. They decided to stay but when he wrote his memoirs east after about six weeks he was actually not for week long ago story. That sounds great. People bursting interim pulling guns north. Didn't have their in room together on. The police will send on what i found in. The archive is the latins for his wife to her mother because she was the archetypal mother-in-law from how didn't want because she had married because they needed the money because the father in in penury and so she. The mother kept pushing the door to the to meet all these rich americans and she was a donde was up and so there was something not quite rides and they they they have to love basically a great latter. Were going to get married that same license in the field and their carriage fantastic description that says something like and then the screaming mother-in-law appeared on grabbed. Her child could literally pulled her so they get to cuba sheely an because that's the other thing with will come down the people around them all sound. You know the ones who i think always pay the ultimate christ. She genuinely believed he was. Richard smart. Didn't know that how often believed in because she wanted to believe. I'm though literally within about the space of the day elections to my mother. You know i you arise. I was wrong Into the know. And that's a great. The he's seen before and i just thought wow there's this tragedy which own mentioned as you can rent the book on the set. Tell you by splits was the tragedy of a few months later and she was the one. Chandelier accounts were richmond's placings. They and i mean it's an amazing story i am. I just wanna say to quickly. The pinkerton was even in the fifties pinkerton. So high than women and minorities the was judges alongside the heat every the time. The obsolete a fabulous story on. Obviously i mean for me. Just favorite things adversaries so highly. Highly recommended will put a link in the show notes and i just feel like accompli because of so saying right the book that you that i love and then still under another just very quickly brings us to. When we're talking about connaught sistema talking about chases your the other both asian. That's to be made into film. As i understand that you've sentenced on cities it's going to be is a house as he chapman to ask. That was again from that one kid in late. Not tally was just like my grandparents and they go to about an i'd switch to on. I very distinct memories. This really strange film which onto activism erin bond films including for and that was called triple cross which is the says not a very good film. It's a complete mystery to me. Why some low. Young films on the nypd. That just didn't quite work and after left newspapers. Just so i wanted to do some additional. You'll this took note stiffen on different and all the files in second world war would be released into the what was on the public record office now. The national dot com. So i wonder if his widow still alive because there were lots of interesting references to go from time. And there's lots of stuff in one of the things that you know when you rating archive statistically from law enforcement and security any amount of rumor new endo and we'll be those files because they want to portray the palestinians so in these files references to who who basically just imagine wealth from jodi lamb newcastle. The he passively day on various contact his dough. So i'm going to makes his widow. And i'm thinking on the train. How do i raise the topic with a ninety year. Old widow about this. I will okay. She says the listing she said to me was. I've seen those files is absolutely disgusting. And all of that and that was the case i would have known about it. Oh my god of course. That's what idea so. The story was so. Eddie was he always reminded me of a couple of kids on you at school. You either knew would end up in prison. Be.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"So now there's more you've got a whole lot more going on to besides those and you're just your journey is awesome but let's talk for a minute before we before we go into a script per se. Let's talk about your book launch. Okay well this book. I was writing. I was writing is looked for actually came in actor But i finished it during the lockdown and saw been for about five years Is sparkling brow is in ministry and If you want to talk about sin like what are you doing. Ever you're choosing to send your choosing yourself and so the story or the subject of pride is a hard one to fathom Probably the reason why my books not doing so hot because people don't wanna read about that when it comes to themselves i it. Yeah in so. I mean i can certainly admit that i'm a proud man and i need those principles to keep myself humble and accountable in so it's it was a hard book to write but it it definitely came down to. Let's just do this because no one wants to write about the ugly sister they just want to write about humility and being humble instead. They don't want arrive pride so i took it. I made a questionnaire. I sent it out to you. Know ministers non ministers alike in people of all source just to get their intake on these specific questions of Selfish pride so nothing. All pride is bet but known you think about it. Cried is thinking of oneself is higher than most others. And that's exactly what we need to try to combat. So i have to agree with you. I mean we have become a world of self fees and sell own sell a lot of times. We don't equate that has to do with pride and hell that can create other sin too so i like what. You're what you're doing with your book. And i would like to see that gets out there in the hands of everybody because we do need to take a look at our saw at ourselves and i wanna share too so we may have yours and those that are listening in via the other platforms. That may not come from a christian background or from a spiritual background. And i want to say that this is still very important that you get your hands on a copy of this and read what nicholas has written. Because there's a lot of really substantial information that's going to make significant change for you regardless of that it would be great if you were touched also By the holy. Spirit that way but for right. Now if you're not at that place that's okay..

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"nicholas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nicholas moulder noted that the idea of a war economy has come to mean many things productivity sacrifice reform solidarity and resourcefulness and that the rhetoric of wartime idealism spills over into economic policy I can have an impact lasting long after the armistice is signed Nicholas welcome to the show thanks very much for having me wrote you wrote war economies don't suspend politics they raise the stakes that's right right now for example when you look at approval ratings trump's approval ratings have gone up a bit and in many other democracies the approval ratings of incumbent leaders have gone up to so it seems like a huge incumbency advantage but only time will tell whether of the corona virus crisis will provide a lasting political benefit because it's exactly because people now seem to have put a lot of faith in leaders that these leaders can also squandered that trust much more quickly so I think that what seems to be a kind of rallying around the flag effect could very quickly turn into mass disillusionment you wrote that there is a tendency for more progressive policies to come out of work on it means I'm not convinced your skepticism is very understandable because four sweet assisted them with this fact where politics is sort of suspended and everyone just agrees to do with the government tells them but if we actually look at both World War one and World War two that was a little old what came out of those wars in fact the organization of militancy of labor also the claims of veterans of windows disenfranchised groups like African Americans in the United States made much larger claims to participation in society afterwards forces are unleashed in a wartime economy is that even governments that have conservative politics we'll find it quite difficult to restrain but writing in dissent last week historian Tim Barker did you read that piece yes he urged us to stay away from war analogies or more to the point to stay away from using national security as a basis for action because it could also be used as a rationale for even more draconian immigration policies for xenophobia do you worry when we pull the lever that is so associated with the real war to markers arguments is very cute about warning about the dangers and and I agree with that I would just differ slightly from him in emphasizing that we currently are of course not in a war I've actually been quite surprised that it has taken so relatively long for trump and trump is to turn corona virus into arguments against immigration I would have thought they would have done that much more quickly but even as they are doing that they're still reliance on China and other east Asian countries are now for providing supplies last Sunday there was a big error lift of supplies from East Asia that arrived at JFK of Moscow's gloves thermometers and I think that that was already happening in the verse one and two which are remembered as moments of increased nationalism of course none of national self reliance and self sufficiency but in fact already at that point there were very globalized supply chains and even the American war efforts was dependent not just on the raw materials from abroad so Robert from Latin America and Africa and Asia ten aluminium in center of America was using its productive base in order to build equipment that the rest of the world used in order to fight fascism that's something that right now interestingly is kind of inverters were in it lendlease in reverse situation because most of the production of medical equipment happens in East Asia and so both the United States and Europe are having to rely on an average now that is being established from East Asia to Europe and the United States we're still in a very international moment it's just that the flows are going in the other direction this time you wrote that this wasn't so much a problem of prioritizing X. Bender chairs are limited resources the big issue in this case maybe the unique issue is sustaining circulation when people are locked down you call this the ventilation or butter di Lemah as opposed to the old guns and butter one could you fill that out for me the old dilemma of guns and butter is essentially about priority what do you do when you have a limited set of resources and you must choose in the short term to spend them on defense on military production that's the gums park or on civilian production at that's better now a lot of people have been arguing that what we face now is this choice between saving lives and restarting the economy what we're really dealing with here is whether we can freeze the economy for as long as is needed to control the virus or sacrificed enormous amounts of lives to continue with the circulation and that's why I called and ventilation or butter because whether we keep the economy on a sort of life support or want to continue production and circulation at all costs you said that the war itself will not necessarily give us what we want politically for the future but we can see that it creates a common morality but for how long if you look at what works to the kind of moral economy that came out of that conflict the idea that when people have to mobilize to confront a common threats they have to put their lives on the line fighting or they have to put their neighbor forego wage increases for growth freedoms that they have in peacetime then they will also Dimond a look back forward when that situation ends World War two created a kind of moral order that I think persisted for decades in the United States and when it came to burden sharing redistribution what sort of public services our Jeanne normal and general and shared the end of that order didn't come until the late seventies and early nineteen eighties it persisted for four decades after the war so I think that the changes can be quite long lost but I mean you're looking at our government now right at president trump and this Congress you think that this crisis and this use of wartime economic policies can ignite a similar sense of responsibility from them I think it's important to look beyond trump in this regard having the right institutions and policies also matters and I still think that there is a lot that we can do that will be in place for the next president I find it very difficult to predict what the ultimate political upshot of this crisis will be for politics but it's certain that the challenge of climate change is exactly the kind of long run problem for which we need to state capacity state capacity that this crisis has exposed is missing in the United States the point of building a strong health care and planning and administrative states is that you have a well functioning government no matter who's in power thank you very much thank you very much for having me on birth Nicolas molders in economic historian at Cornell University his article in foreign policy is called the corona virus war economy will change the world one other thing worth saying it's just there's this expression that we're all Keynesians in a foxhole so the ideas of John Maynard Keynes and which was basically the idea out underneath a lot of war economics in the welfare state because we all you know even people who normally don't panic governments and state action in an emergency situation will intervene in order to save themselves using the power of government and the state George Orwell once said never use a metaphor simile or other figure of speech which you are used to seeing in print he said worn out metaphors have lost all of market power and are merely used because they save people the trouble of inventing phrases for themselves we asked listeners which coronavirus metaphors were dominating when they happened when French president Emmanuel.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"The views and opinions expressed on Geeks or the influence or that of the panelists and our sponsors Amazon.com mtpa. Parental discretion is advised. Are you saying that? Nicholas cage created country pop Pickup no no fuck I watch con air and it was like I have an idea I would never put that on him. Thank you for that allows you put on. A cage is not one of them. There are a lot of things the first uncle kracker record is I want to and Nicholas K Nick Cage for making this possible because his terrible accident made this thing we. Why didn't you just put the bunny back in the boss? Put the body back in the box. But why couldn't he have just used is like a wild at heart accent that he no? He had just create some random. Like I don't know what the fuck was shooting for is that I've met people melanoma. They do not talk like that bought to say I mean they barely speak English truth but also Nicholas Cage evening even when he's talking normally doesn't talk like a real person. Yeah Watch recently where he talks about his most famous roles most roles that he was proud of right and he he goes into like who he was channeling. All this stuff and lists watching like a fifteen minute man. He does not tolerate nor person at all like at all no he talks like Nicholas Cage. Nobody he has to throw it if you had to put Nicolas Cage's accent somewhere. Where would you put it? I would put it in I mean he's American. So Oh could put is that I had. I had a buddy whose I will name. I will leave out the drinks so much that I thought he was from Boston. And it turned out no us from Virginia. It's just drank to the point. Where his accent changed. I think that's not surly Boston accent. But I think that's what Nicholas cage slightly drunk he did. He did drugs and drank to the point where his accent literally changed right right so where the ends of his words and they made it specifically his own accent but he leaving Las Vegas is yes. That's Meyer. Yeah nobody can place where Nick Cage trump did do we know. So He's related to the Copeland's I know that. So but he doesn't like he's from an Italian vineyard somewhere. Yeah right so real talk. We actually found out on over the valley during this is exactly where the dude from From fucking the rooms Rom. They're from the same area. Tommy Wiso Cage Ohi Nick. Oh one town that creates mysterious. Weirdos that randomize accent is not fit he is Long Beach California. Of course he talking. Yeah I've been to Long Beach. The number of times guessing. Guess how people talk in. Long Beach laid out like fucking Bradley. No from sublime. Lbc Yeah Yeah. It's like hippy. Gangster. Yeah exactly yeah back. I don't know where would place nick cage from coming from but not not want why. This is the first time I've seen. Why the fuck would you have your signature? A picture of you're seeing your on your wikipedia page nice like no. Why why? Why does that need it? If he's from long does that mean that he knows Snoop Dogg. And he is a critic Yes Sir is wearing blue. In this picture I would go to here biggest. Gay Jesus Cage is a trip. And be killed biggie. So we're getting into the nitty gritty. We're we're at bats. It's an expose on Nicholas. Cage the subset of inside knowledge. But I'm saying Nick H. G. Y. K. G. G. Y. investigation. This all about Nicholas Gate forgetting your teeth and dark about Nicholas Cage on this episode up Pallet Cleanser after all the work that we did at Gallagher. Oh by the way I want to thank everybody that came out to Galaxy Khan and check out the live. Show thank you so much for talking to us. After the show's being there for the events at taking time to actually out of all the stuff happening I know it coincided with like pause play wrestling all sorts of other stuff. Thank you for coming out enjoying. Gyi Live and I'm really excited to have this conversation because this is like a easy one for me. This is a alleyoop of an episode about. Yeah Yeah so. Thank you for joining us and welcome. I'm Nicholas Cage.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Free or or pay tools you have a chance now of on every transaction every customer asking them very simply like how do you feel about and if they feel positive well you now have like it. It's already in the system ready made group to market to a ready made group to mobilize to do other things and i think now <unk> at basically the the networks even organic has all those things get tighter the energy that you put into going get net new may go up whereas the energy that that you put in to basically activating or really leveraging your current <hes> or the effort i mean basically you get a better rate of return on that so i think that's really big the other one. I think that i think is really good. Is that <hes> all. The tools are getting cheaper. All the tools are getting easier <hes> and so e mail is something we've brought down starter and we're looking at also bringing three rian so i think that being able to give people tools that they can do just to get the fundamentals. I've joked with yesterday. You know a lot of people can't read to marketing sixty other to get a marketing fire are going and i just really think that <hes> you know if if we're talking about in general just helping people believe that marketing can work i like bringing that down to the lower tiers of ourself so that then they're ready when they want to automate and do think that scale and that that's exciting to me because it's very difficult to basically build in your your <hes> your business without doing marketing nowadays and i really like rebel. They call me. Tell me from your perspective from our tech and what ordered the smallest companies. You see doing well on the spot and one of the largest companies. What is that scale so the we stretch it a bit in the past. I think we had some five person companies <hes> that were paying for pro. I don't think that's really appropriate <hes>. I think that that we kind of look at our buying tears. There's a the level of sophistication so make no mistake there startups who have four or five people that probably do need our pro-enterprise 'cause they're pretty pretty good but in general we kind of see it as like are pro version is for companies with twenty five employees or higher <hes> and and are kind of cap the largest companies that we have have around two thousand employees anything above that you really should be moving into some of the more enterprise type solutions that are out there and then for our free in starter stuff. It's really it's really fascinating week we have. I thought that these might be for some of our recall them owner ali. You know like people like need whenever i was trying to get my business on etc we thought it'd be and and there are a lot by the way and so i would say even for you and you're out working the customers. We think that having this free c._r._m. Is really transformative and everybody should be starting off with you know some sort of platform but we're actually saying that probably fifty percent of our of our pre and starter customers are pretty good sized businesses with twenty five or more employees and so we think that a lot of them are either evaluation mode or that enslaved some of the free tools that we have but enough for them to us right now as a point solution while they're doing that yeah well you did mention it does take time you know it takes you know getting buy in from the whole group had takes also a mindset shift about how to do marketing and and then it does also take learning tools. You know there's there's a tech side to it. That can be very difficult for some people and you know e even in a you you know a company. That's well beyond five or ten people. They also struggled to find someone who really can own the tech piece and in it. It is interesting gene in that size. Is that tech piece. <hes> you know that person the right person than to be riding the content probably not so there's a little bit of like division of labor neighbor that i think makes a little bit harder for companies yeah. The tool may be great on the outside but they may not have an internal structure that really is is going to be able to make use of better understand it in a proper way. I see that a lot at home and i think the platform wars are underway. I think a lot of people listening into this and out in the world are are <hes> or maybe unaware of that but all these platforms are tugging on you right now and you could go use that beer and link everything up if you want to but every new interface you learn takes time and energy every new password you have to maintain every time you have to export and get to a new spreadsheet sheet to have any chance of understanding the effectiveness or the roll up is hard and <hes> and so. I think that what what i'm excited about with us like. I don't think anybody can be an all in one anymore. I think some platforms will have more dominant anchors than others and that's kind of where we wanna be without salt. We wanna knock you know work on the really big anchors. I think we're kind of really excited about this concept of an all on on one and a handful of vendors out there looking bad as well which is like or do you have <hes>. Just you know what's what's your best chance to give business to plug in all of their different vendors. Ah still be able to learn one interface. Have one kind of master assistant rule them all. I think that's probably the next big wave. You're gonna see over the next five years. Is that almost every business from getting started on day. One all the way up to the large platforms are all moving to these kind of all on one type concepts. Yeah yeah and i'm excited about that well i will. We'll give you guys a plug on this. I think guys have an amazing blog. I think you have an amazing library of resources. When i i was looking at <hes> at hub spot auden was learning inbound you also had podcast that just really recapped training modules and things like that and it was very accessible and people can get certified without vowed even having the product and i think that kind of the democratization of understanding inbound is super important piece to really building. You know your potential angel client base up so i give you a shout out for that because actually i know you have several blogs but i think the marketing blog for anybody who's kind of in that position that we just discussed like. I just don't know maybe we're in an evaluation stage. Those are very very meaty blogs and they really do help go through obviously is a little bird marketing are are blogs. We try and be incredibly helpful and credibly real world. About what are we talking about and then i thought what would be great nicholas after after the show. Why don't you have someone on your team. Semi maybe one two or three like fantastic links to just a couple of pieces that you think really really really speak to some of the things we've talked about. People can get a little bit of a taste of directly from the spa blog. How about that okay well. Let's wrap up with our rapid fire ear and a little bit more personal gets no nicholas holland and what he's thinking but why don't you start off with giving us a short short answer back about a <hes> best and worst piece of advice. You ever gotten your career. Take the best advice i've ever gotten that. It's usually not one thing that makes her breaks hugh. It's <hes> at the addition and subtraction of all the little things you do day in and day out so that really impacts me a lot that you know. I'm not looking for any major. Your home runs each day. It's just that make the right decision and then make a good decision. I make a good decision. Oh a couple of bad decisions. I make a decision you just wanna make more than good and you start to see that progress. That's been really impactful and then i when you ask this question i chuckled before because like lately there's been a bunch of joking amongst my colleagues and even my wipe about how some of the business advice lately sounds really good but it basically just means nothing and so we we actually make this joke each other which is like the your best self self and i actually don't even know what that means but it sounds good and i wanna be my best self but it leaves me feeling lost and the east. That's probably my worst. If i well i will say i'll add one more show. I just recorded a huge podcast with one of my friends andy christina out of orbit orbiting media studios and he took a part a piece of content that was literally the worst piece of ice and it was like in five tips and in every single one of them was like completely horrendous <hes> and so it just because it's written doesn't mean it's true so i it just be your best self. We're going to keep it down. I love it okay. Let's do a little quick rapid fire. Are you big podcast a listener yet now yeah what are you. Some of your favorites introduces something great <hes> so i listened to the area hawaii you see podcasts. I'm a big lover of fighting and if you <hes> <hes> you know we didn't talk about podcast but one of the things he did it. He's a ten year overnight success with some of the deepest analysis and intimate that out there and then also freakonomics freakonomics radio. I know lots of people have that but i think what's fascinating is how often we justify the world through our own little lynn's versus actual kind of data eight and things like that and so the to california. Oh i bet you you experience a lot of that. You can apply a lot of freakonomics. Mike two things you hear spot holds all day yeah yeah. So what about do you have. A favorite app is kind of a goto on your phone. I do this and maybe pretty <hes> anticlimactic. I just i gave myself. I self over to my google overlords many years ago people don't spy on you know. I was like the three kids like so boring but i love google. Keep and i'll tell you why i love it when it first came out. I was this thing <hes> like. I love evernote. I'm how this little app has slowly chewed and eating its way into my life and so i use people sleep now i literally park and i put my parking spot in google keefe. I have birthday party stuff. I put in there my my <hes>. Get something from my c._e._o. Up spot. I put it in there. It's like google keep just now is like this awesome little tool and especially when they integrated into g mail. It's just right there at a love it. What about a book. Are you big reader. You listen to podcasts so i do i do but i'm going to pick a fiction book but i really like <hes> even keeping and a book that i've read three times now stephen king the stand and <hes> i think i'd like it because <hes> i get it. I get it but i like it because <hes> assiduously at the kind of breakdown of what happens in society when when things go really terrible and i don't know why i'm just live fascinated by that well i love. I love it and that's great writing so for inbounding content marketers. I think a really fantastic quality. Writing is a mess right okay. Let's say your favorite blog. Obviously i give a shoutout out to the hub spot blog but is there anyone else that you follow in. The industry that you think is worth a highlight in the industry. <hes> copy bloggers really good <hes> yeah <hes>. I think that's really good. I think that when i think about writing really interesting content <hes> that i would probably model my myself after i like <hes> i like the fivethirtyeight blog and there's really nothing like it. That's out there and what i love about. It is that even though some of the topics are really different. It kind of all speaks really scratches that <hes> that that i think a lot of people have which is like the stories that data tales yeah and so when we when i thought about what you were going to ask you know there's a time you could you just go look up the top blogs for marketing fox but if you were to go look at like how do you find your people and that's really what this is all about. Where's your where's your people. <hes> i think five thirty ish so oh fascinating how there's nothing like it out there and it's just it's also really damn good very cool. Well i appreciate all your time and expertise. You have martin certainly a link with nicholas list holland out on lincoln and you can read a little bit more about it but he does write his own very great articles out on lincoln so be sure to check that out nicholas. Thank you so much for coming on ponderings from the verge. That was a lot of fun thank you i appreciate it. Well that wraps up this episode. All the people here at little bird marketing wish you a great day and happy <music> <music>..

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