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A highlight from The Fall of Kevin McCarthy? with Kurt Schlichter

The Charlie Kirk Show

12:48 min | 1 d ago

A highlight from The Fall of Kevin McCarthy? with Kurt Schlichter

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Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. Email me as always freedom at charleykirk .com. Buckle up everybody. Here we go. Charlie what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Joining us now is Kurt Schlichter, author of Overlord, eighth in the series. Check it out. I'm hearing great things about it in the People's Republic series. Kurt, thank you for taking the time. Kurt, I was thinking who could we have on the show that's not going to hold anything back. Make our audience laugh about the Shakespearean tragedy and drama that we are witnessing. Kurt, how should we think about what is happening right now as we speak? Motion to vacate of Kevin McCarthy. Well, the whole thing reminds me of the sin of Onam. I think, you know, I'm trying to keep it FCC compliant here, Charlie. I'm an army guy. I want to know what the objective is. I don't like Kevin McCarthy. He's not my pal. I am completely indifferent to what happens to him. He is a tool in every sense of the word, but mostly to be used for an objective. What's the objective? Matt Gaetz. Why now? Why here? Why this? I know what the plan is. To the extent is it starts with vacating the chair. And step two, we're going to skip over that. And then step three is some better situation happens. I don't understand the plan. I understand that we've got a presidential primary going on. While we are talking about this, we are not talking about the lawfare against President Trump. We are not talking about the candidates and their policies. We are not talking about the Hunter Biden revelations that even The Washington Post can't ignore anymore. We're not talking about Jamal Bowman, who can't figure out the difference between a door and a fire alarm. I actually believe him there. I do think he is that dumb. Instead, we've got Matt Gaetz being followed by hundreds of regime media reporters who for the first time ever are thrilled to ask what Matt Gaetz, a hardcore conservative thinks only because they think it's going to cause chaos among the Republicans, which it is. And he appears to be eating this up. He appears to be loving this. He appears to have a personal beef against Kevin McCarthy. Not sure that his personal beef should have any play in here. Look, I'm all about winning. I don't understand how that wins. I haven't had a good explanation of how vacating the chair wins. Again, not a pal of Kevin McCarthy. It's not my favorite guy. I don't like him. I don't love him. But he's over Matt when Gaetz tosses him out with the help of the Democrats, who will never do anything that's good for the Republicans. So you could tell, you know, it's an important indicator. If the Democrats are united behind you in doing something, that's when you think, huh, maybe this isn't such a great idea. So I'm, you know, I'm concerned with winning legislative elections in Virginia, where we have to show people who have doubts about conservatives that we can govern. I'm concerned about winning in Kentucky, where we have a very important governor who's very likely to have to replace Mitch McConnell, whose health is failing. I want to, you know, is this going to help those things or hurt those things? What's the answer? I don't you take a giant leap to do something that hasn't been done in 113 years. You know, I'd like to know what the plan is. Am I crazy? No, no, there is no plan. And I understand the anger from the base. I'm going to read some emails here, though, Kurt. And I know and I get it because we have been betrayed on every major issue. So I get it. I feel the same way. I'm not even trying to do happy talk. I'm not trying to do. I'm just asking, guys, before you storm the Bastille, what's next? And there is this there's this amazing dialog that happened. I'm trying to remember what New York City liberal was, but it was the Black Panthers. I think I think I had you on once and we talked about this. So the Black Panthers came to some sort of white liberal cocktail soiree and all the white liberals were like fawning over them, the Black Panthers, best thing ever. And some brave soul, you know, listens to the speech and the Black Panthers say, we're going to burn it all down. We're going to do this. And somebody asked the question, they said, but but what next? And the Black Panther responds, he says, well, you can't know everything, man. It's like, OK, hold on a second. Like, let's climb up, like let's I get the anger. I understand it. But here's let me just read some of these emails here, because, again, I have received thousands of very nasty messages, not even because I'm saying we shouldn't be doing this. I'm saying that this has probably not been thought through, like just what the one, two, three, four is. Right. So I'll read one of these emails here. Right. Charlie, the time has come to burn it all down. They're all the same. It can't get any worse than what we have. What is your response to that, Kurt? That's about the stupidest thing I've ever heard. And I think we need to sugarcoating it with our people. OK, I've been in the ruins of a civil war. It gets a lot worse. We have problems here, you know, and I find it interesting that guys like you and I, who no one is going to mistake for a squish unless they are actively stupid or think the listener is actively stupid, are saying, wait a minute, stop it. We need a plan. We need a direction. We need to figure out what the heck we're going to do. And it can't just be, well, let's just see what happens. Let's toss this guy out with no idea who follows. You know what's going to happen? A bunch of Republican squishes, the same one the base is infuriated at, are going to get together with a bunch of Democrats and they're going to put in a squish Republican speaker like they got down in Texas, the same kind of creep who was behind impeaching Ken Paxton. And then they're going to go, I can't believe it. You know, I keep thinking of that meme, the guy riding on his bike and he's saying, dang, these Republicans, they're screwing everything up. He sticks some between the tusks, folks in his wheel. He raps, he goes, oh, they're really annoying. Look what they did to me. The anger is understandable. And yes. And but so some I could read I could read, by the way, the audience is ninety nine percent in the direction of vacate storm, the best deal, take the head and all that. But let's let's just go through a fact, which is that the people that will be voting for motion to vacate, you know, they say they've been live to him betrayed and I'm going to take their word at it. Right. I'm not there. They are. I'm not going to. But they will they will vote with that. They will vote for every Democrat. So is it correct, Kurt, to say that this is a gift to the Democrat Party? Well, the Democrats sure think so. Democrats are excited about this. Every single Democrat wouldn't be voting for this thing if they didn't think it was good for the Democrats. That hold on, hold on. You know, that sounds obvious, but time out, time out. Say that again, because that that that that's not Barry the lead. OK, hold on. I want you to repeat what you just said. Say it again. Every single Democrat would not be voting for this if every single Democrat did not think this was good for the Democrats and bad for us. That sounds so obvious, but because the Democrats never vote against their own interest ever. No, no, they don't know about their political party interest, not the interest of their constituents, of their power. No, I look I think you're right. And I, you know, I'm. I understand people are frustrated. Grow up. We have a four seat majority of one house of the Congress. OK, there are a bunch of reasons why that's true. Many of them the fault of our own party and our own choices and actions. But that's where we are. You know, I can't believe why isn't he decreeing blah, blah, blah. Because, you know, maybe you should have paid more attention that that Schoolhouse Rock. I'm just a bill thing because it's it doesn't work like that. We have got to make incremental movements. We are not going to make this is this is not going to be a giant sweeping cavalry charge. This is going to be bayonet fighting inch by inch. And sometimes you're going to lose ground. Sometimes the bad guys score points. The goal is to move forward, but you never move forward by losing. I don't want to make any broad proclamations, but we will. It looks like we're not going to have the House next year. I'm just going to tell you right now it was this is not making it more likely for most of our audience doesn't care. And they're telling us and that's not what they will. But they will. Once they abolish the Electoral College, I'm going to get a lot of e -mails. Yeah. Well, I can't believe I'm doing this. Well, believe it. And you thought it was a great idea. No, I would rather not be in the I told you so mode. I know I get it out. I know when when Washington, D .C. becomes a state, I don't want to have to replay this segment. I don't. Yeah, exactly. Guys, think. 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Fresh update on "ninety nine percent" discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

00:11 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "ninety nine percent" discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"And because the, what a hundred dollars is in Bitcoin is different every day, that line goes up and down. But it all goes up and down together with people spending a hundred dollars or $5 or $10 or thousand dollars. There's about 17 different round amounts of US dollars that I use. So, I mean, let me just say one thing and then I can take some questions if you want. But, so I've been looking at this for ages, you know, I've known this for a long time. Sometimes I'm just like, Oh, did the price of Bitcoin go up or down? Let me just look at the heat maps. Like, it's very simple to look by eye and just tell if the price of Bitcoin went up or down. And so eventually I was like, you know, for several years, it's like, man, I should just write some kind of like pattern matching algorithm. I've just pulled this out of there. I mean, it's so easy. It's so obvious. I mean, look at that bright yellow. We're talking about 5000 transactions right at a hundred dollars. It's so easy to see the next day where those 5000 transactions move to. So there's a, I finally just wrote an algorithm that just does, you know, what you can do by eye very easily. And that's basically all UTEX oracle is. That means, dude, it's so bad ass that you're able to, you know, surmise that with just the data on the Bitcoin blockchain itself, you know, that that is that is incredible. But I'm going to stick to it. I think that this is maybe like on a technical level, maybe this isn't like a perfect solution, but it definitely you do definitely tackled the Oracle problem for sure. A hundred percent. Yeah, thanks. Yeah, it's it's really, I mean, definitely tackled it. So if you want to talk about kind of applications or whatever, definitely there's a lot of people that need some kind of decentralized way to say what the price is. And it's really powerful that everybody can run the exact same code on their local node and they can come up with the exact same number. I mean, I have maybe 10 or 20 people running it every single day, but I don't know if every day now. And it's not like anyone ever comes up with anything different. It's always exactly the same. So it's pretty powerful. Yeah, man, I mean, that's that's absolutely incredible. Could this be applied to anything other than the USD Bitcoin price? Well, people a lot of times ask me, are there other currencies besides USD that you're seeing there? And the way I answer that is just like, if you just look at those heat maps, like, do you see any other currencies other than USD? There might be, but it might be the case that those other currencies are so correlated to USD that, you know, they all just go up and down together. But I don't think that's quite true. I think if there were a significant amount of non USD, like other countries, money being transacted round amounts of those, I think you would see lines that kind of didn't stay together so well. I think you would see things trailing off and trailing down. And there's a little bit of that, but, you know, it's it's ninety nine percent U.S. dollars. It seems like to me, is that what you're asking? Yes, that's right. Yeah.

A highlight from TAB Conference "A Technical Bitcoin Conference" with Michael Tidwell - August 22nd, 2023

The Café Bitcoin Podcast

11:35 min | Last month

A highlight from TAB Conference "A Technical Bitcoin Conference" with Michael Tidwell - August 22nd, 2023

"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Danson, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Len Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohle, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also, be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. Good morning, and you'll be very happy to know that I spun up a node last night and I've got how much of the I've got 73 percent of the time chain downloaded. Ooh, nice, 73 percent. So what is that, like five days left? I just I just spun it up last night. Yeah, you got a little time to go. Does it slow down eventually? Well, you got to think about it. I mean, like in the beginning, those blocks go by pretty fast. It's like time travel a little bit when you when you do your IBD, you get to see all those blocks coming back in and you go by the years and you start to see some of these years are going to take a little longer, especially as you get closer to the finish line there to today's blocks, you know. Why why is that? We're using it more, man. So there's just there's just more data in the blocks, is that. Yeah, like these last blocks have been pretty full, right? Like you get we had a whole era of blocks being like, you know, packed even in this last year. So I mean, you're going to see some of those are going to take forever. That last little ninety nine percent to one to one hundred. That's fun, though, if nobody's ever pulled the IBD, I mean, you should. This this thing that you're going through right now is a it's another piece that every Bitcoin or should be, you know, should have under their belt. But IBD. Initial block download. So what's like the move going forward, it's kind of it almost sounds to me like in a sense like the block size war is a good thing we kept it low, but seems like people are going to have to start getting nodes sooner rather than later, as it takes longer and longer to set one up. Yeah, I mean, this is why it's important to keep small blocks, you know, I mean, I still don't see this as a huge I mean, obviously I'm in the West, I have some pretty fast Internet, whatever. But, you know, I mean, you want to keep it as small as possible. I would go for smaller blocks, but then what we currently have, but. I mean, it does take a while, I mean, this is the whole point. Download the whole history. But, you know, once you get it, then then you're good, you know, I mean, you you can turn your note off whenever you want to spend, you can or validate something, you can turn it back on, you can download what you missed. I mean, that's the whole point of it. You can join the network at will. You can leave the network at will. Good morning, everyone. How are you guys? Welcome to Cafe Bitcoin. What's up, Wicked? What's up, Mitchell, Terrence, Peter? And how are you guys doing? Doing good, good morning. Kind of catching up on some morning readings. You guys see this, like Coinbase took a minority stake in Circle, the stablecoin for everyone who doesn't know. I don't know if anyone had thoughts around that, but that's an interesting piece of news, in my opinion. I think Coinbase has like had some of these tweets over the last year or so, kind of slyly talking shit about Tether while talking about the merits of stability around USDC. And now to see them take a minority stake in it, it all kind of makes some sense. Do we think that Circle has a significant position in Coinbase as well? Well, I know this, I know Coinbase, their revenues, a large concentrated portion of their revenues over the last year or even more has come from interest on their USDC. They even note that as a risk factor in their SEC filings because of how concentrated their revenues are because of that. And so I know that USDC is an important part of Coinbase's business, especially during the bear market with trading volumes so far down. And it's just interesting because the Fed's policies of jacking interest rates has what kept Circle so profitable. So it's like, yeah, and Tether, right? So the Fed jacking interest rates has actually helped these stablecoins, these private banks are carrying so much yield on their T -bills and all the things that they back their stablecoins with. And so interesting dynamics, you know, just to have a major exchange now own part of USDC. It's almost like, you know that there's a lot of surveillance going on with Coinbase as well. And it's a step away from a from a CBDC. It's not state backed, but it has all of the problems of surveillance in a digital dollar, except it's just a privately issued and controlled by a private company. Probably look, it's probably going to look similar to the PayPal one that just recently was announced. But now we have Coinbase involved. So I think it's interesting news. Is issued that on Ethereum? Is that a new RC -20? Yeah, well, their plan, yeah, yeah, I believe so. And then part of their plan was to expand USDC to like six new blockchains. But, you know, I don't know if you guys have followed like the stablecoins, but USDT, like Tether, has any market share rapidly and USDC has been dropping. It's been a lot of people have been speculating why that is really since the banking crisis. I don't know if you guys remember when Silicon Bank went down, Silicon Valley Bank, Circle came under a lot of pressure because they held a lot of their reserves there. And the peg broke and there was a lot of worry around them. And ever since then, they've really lost market share. So I don't know if it's worries around, you know, US regulations and USDC where people are flooding to Tether. There's a lot of speculation around Binance kind of moving their stablecoins into Tether. And so that could be part of the factors why Tether is going up. You know, Tether is really popular in Asia, whereas USDC is popular in the USA. So perhaps, you know, Asian markets are just loving Tether. There's theories that people are dumping Tether or dumping USDC for other options in the U .S. to gain higher yields, like money market funds, whereas people who hold Tether abroad, because it's mostly in Asia, don't have access to those investment vehicles as easily. So they're not redeeming their Tether like the USDC folks are redeeming them to get these other yield. But now we have Coinbase investing in USDC. And so these stablecoins, I've always thought the stablecoins are where a lot of the regulations headed and where it's concentrated around. And this is a move by Coinbase. And so we'll see what happens. Were any of the stablecoins named in the SEC lawsuits against Coinbase and Binance? No, not for my knowledge. They don't look like securities as much. Yeah, they don't look like securities as much because nobody's buying stablecoins, expecting a stablecoin to go from a dollar per USDC to a dollar, you know, 50 or something. So there's no expectation of profit, really, or not a significant one. So they don't look like securities as much as all these other shitcoins. What about the yields, Aaron? The yields are going to USDC. So the reason USDC and Tether are such great businesses is because you, when you buy this, right, as a customer or a Tether holder or USDC holder, you're giving them an interest free loan. Then, like Sam said, they go and take it and buy US Treasuries and in a higher rate environment, they're just making bank. The problem is what they're doing looks like they're either doing a bond, taking a like a bank deposit, like a checking account deposit where they pay no interest and they make interest on it, or doing a loan or a money market fund. These are financial products. You can't go around selling financial products to US retail and not be regulated or super lightly regulated. That's why I think in this case, with respect to crypto, with respect to Tether, USDC, the banks and Wall Street are frenemies with Bitcoiners and we're on the same side for now. It's a marriage of convenience sort of where everybody's against this stuff, meaning like Bitcoiners and Wall Street are against it because Wall Street's like, what the fuck? This is a regulated product. Like this, we get to make these interest free loans, right? We get these interest free loans from bank depositors and whatever, not the Tether and USDC boys. Tether's just better at evading regulation and shutdown than USDC is more useful. It seems to be more sense resistant, seems to be more confiscation resistant than USDC. USDC is just much more centralized and easier to shut down. That's what I think.

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The Bizarre, Incoherent Contradiction of 'the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

The Bizarre, Incoherent Contradiction of 'the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

"A dawned on me as john. Edwards wrote this terrific piece in the new york post about the incoherent bizarre contradiction. You do realize that the whole point in calling this the pandemic of the unvaccinated the whole point insane we've gotta protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated. The whole point of the poor little old lady shrieking at me in the elevator the other day because she's got her mask on and i don't and she's vaccinated is that they don't believe in the effectiveness of the vaccine. That's the dirty little secret. They don't believe the vaccine works. And frankly with all the cases rising. I can understand people thinking that now. What we got to remember is if you're vaccinated. You're not likely to wind up in the hospital. If you get covert and you're vaccinated. That's the point of the vaccine was to prevent severe illness and death. And if you accept the ninety nine percent number. The people of the people dying from kobe today. Ninety nine percent of them are unvaccinated. You may not accept that number and that's okay you get to accept you can reject accept whatever you want to accept if you agree that most people who are dying of cogan are unvaccinated than that should give you some comfort in believing that the vaccine works but not joe biden as john says. How do you start out. Saying i'm going to protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated but don't worry fully vaccinated. People are incredibly low risk. This is a cluster. This is a disgrace.

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How to Avoid Confrontation & Resolve Conflict Like a Pro

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

02:00 min | 2 years ago

How to Avoid Confrontation & Resolve Conflict Like a Pro

"Were talking about conflict confrontation fighting. Whatever you wanna call it. And the first thing i want to say is i'm not a fan of any of those words. All super negative energy negative connotation in just using those words makes you want to avoid it at all costs. And here's the deal. Ninety nine percent of people are afraid of conflict. It's a people pleasing behavior and a lot of us with addiction. Kim relate to that. It's codependent people pleasing. It's a habit especially when you're still drinking or you're really early in recovery. We still have a lot of those behaviors. It's usually a product of coming from a home. That was either super dismissive or hypercritical. When you attempt to have a conversation about something it was met with one of those things you were either blown off and kind of ignored like you weren't important. Just dismissed were. You were criticized for whatever your conversation was and when you get either one of those responses your natural inclination will be to shut down and avoid going into quote unquote confrontation again. You want to avoid it. I want you to start reframing this i work on this a lot with my clients. It's not confrontation. It's conversation just because you need to talk about something uncomfortable. Or serious doesn't mean. It has to be confrontational. It can be very quiet and calm and respectful. Even if you don't get your way one of the problems. Here's our reactions. You get caught up in your emotions in you. Respond to things based on feelings instead of truly exploring what's going on or what's being said and listening.

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Californians endure intense weekend of wildfire fears

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Californians endure intense weekend of wildfire fears

"The Dixie bar which started on July fourteenth has now grown to become the largest single wildfire in California history the blaze was twenty one percent contained Sunday morning according to cal fire and had grown to more than four hundred and sixty three thousand acres Dixie fire public information officer Ryan Bain says they're playing catch up and it's very hard to get out in front of the fire because it's fueled by strong winds and bone dry vegetation you older ninety nine percent receptive in the afternoon that means out of out of a hundred hundred embers that are cast up into the air ninety nine out of a hundred of them all will likely Starfire the Dixie fire has destroyed at least five hundred and eighty nine structures damaged another thirty eight and forced tens of thousands of evacuations since it began according to officials I'm Julie Walker

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The Informal Settlements Reshaping the World

TED Talks Daily

01:59 min | 2 years ago

The Informal Settlements Reshaping the World

"When i was six years old growing up in columbia. I made one of the most baffled decisions of my life. I asked my mother to change me in the school to this cool words. She was teaching my surprise. She say yes so. I switched from my reach private catholic school to a public school where ninety nine percent of the students leaving condition of extreme poverty. Only meal some of my friends ate today was the one that was given a school. My friends and i live close to each other worlds apart. I live in a neighborhood with a museum a library parks and they live in a neighborhood. We lack of the most basic necessities. So just whatever. Water tweeted more importantly leaving a place surrounded by danger from guns two landslides. There's still funny was not unique up. In the mountains and dean informal settlements thousands of families were having the same problems that my friends under families fearing that the police or the rains will take their homes away. I learned so much from my friends. With what continue to surprise me. The most is there. Asean and optimism in the face of adversity. Growing up with people that i care. He's with had lived me to this informal settlements. I teach now at the university of colorado boulder in the province of environmental design. I still waiting for moments. Because even if they're invisible to most of us. Dave represents one of humanity's biggest challenges and yet they provide great insight. Yuko cd's develop and innovate.

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How to Avoid Making a Gigantic Mistake When Buying or Selling Sponsorships

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:34 min | 2 years ago

How to Avoid Making a Gigantic Mistake When Buying or Selling Sponsorships

"Are brands really looking for. When they purchase sponsorships well. I think you're actually an excellent example of what brands are looking for. And that's something that feels natural where the audience actually cares about that product and you've managed to endorse that brand or that product to your audience and show them how you're using it yourself or why such a great product and they should get behind it if it doesn't feel natural if it doesn't feel like the creator is genuinely behind the brand. It's going to be disaster. And it's really difficult to fake that i do that. Warren buffett quote that it takes twenty years to build trust and five minutes to destroy it so fire nation. When you're running your business. You want to make sure that you know you like in you. Trust the product the service whatever. The company is behind those that you are promoting to your audience because your audience a bad taste in their mouth like literally. It's a food product or figuratively. If it's like a software or service they may never trust you again no matter how much value giving them over the years because sometimes just take once so be very cognizant of that so let's get into like the specific details of what their definition of success means like what keeps these brands coming back for more were they looking for for quote unquote. Success will look ninety nine percent of the brands. That are buying sponsorships today. Have some sort of performance metrics that they care about their looking for conversions whether that's sales of their product sign ups to their website downloads of their app. Registrations leads to have some sort of conversion that they're looking for and they have a price that they're they're willing to pay for that conversion happen and i think that a lot of times i felt this a lot myself as a crater is. Sometimes we get kind of we. We think that our content is the most special thing in the world. There's nothing like it. A brand has to pay top dollar no matter what to be inside of my my content and it's definitely true that that you bring something really special to your audience and you build up an audience that is loyal to you and trust you but i think we also have to realize that the end of the day that brand is going to have some kind of ceiling of what they can pay you which is going to be calculated down to some sort of performance metric so the best thing at creator can do is have that conversation with the brand beforehand and and really set expectations of what the brand is looking for. And what's they believe they can

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2021 NBA Draft Preview With Mike Schmitz

Behind the Bets

02:23 min | 2 years ago

2021 NBA Draft Preview With Mike Schmitz

"Really wanted to get answer is nice enough to fit us in mike schmitz who does nba draft analysis for us. Here at espn mike. Thanks for taking the time man. I know you're super busy. Yeah no problem. I actually in on my way to new york here for the draft so We're we're getting closer all right. Yeah no kidding. Perfect timing so we got you in route just in the next couple of days. I mean obviously every year is different. But how how much you think things will change in the first round between now and the actual draft. Yeah i think that teams for the most part you know. I've kind of their big boards set to some degree. But you know the biggest thing. I think that can change things as traits honestly And you know that's where from a betting perspective you know you're you're locked in on you know your your lock the draft or whatever it is your can't miss batman some team moves into the top ten and you know That kind of throws everything a for loop. So that's that's the only thing. I think That can really change things but you know other than that. I have a pretty good sense that you know the way we see things in the top ten or so Feels solid but again. It's it's always fluid. We've got more than forty eight hours to go here. Great so let's talk about just the first pick because you know the the betting odds are we saw a trevor lawrence at the jets. Pretty pretty extreme. But you know the pistons is whether it be doing their due diligence or whatnot. They've tried out a bunch of guys. How solid we with cunningham because there are reports of trade at least interest from other teams now not necessarily detroit but teams wanting to go up. Yeah i think pretty solid you know. I i think vegas has this one right You know i think cunningham will ultimately be the guy and you know even if it is like you know. Say detroit in this. I better say detroit. Is you know more interested in having moberly or jalen green and they wanna swap with houston houston to cunningham at number one i think ultimately cunningham is gonna go number one regardless. I feel like ninety nine percent. Pretty confident about that I think the league feels the same way but you know detroit doing their due diligence. I don't think it's more than that. We saw that basically a few

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‘It’s Not the Government’s Job To Protect Anyone’

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

‘It’s Not the Government’s Job To Protect Anyone’

"Morning. Steve doocy strongly earned viewers get vaccinated. Brian kilmeade insisted. It's not the government's job to protect people who listen if you didn't get a backsaw nation. That's your choice if you did like i did. And and they did. And maybe you did then. You should not wear a mask and if you didn't if you wanna go cliff diving squeak you don't have to check with me. It seems a little dangerous. But i'm not going to judge you and if you go ahead and put yourself in danger if you feel as though this is not something for you. Don't do it but don't affect my life. Maybe ninety nine percent of the people who are dying from. Kobe are unvaccinated choice. They don't want to die so they are. The administration and the government is saying we need the mass mandate to protect the ambassador and that that is not. That's not their job. It's not their job to protect any bottle. Yeah if the government was supposed to protect you have an apartment for like the department of defense or

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WNBA Says 99% of Its Players Are Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Jalen and Jacoby

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

WNBA Says 99% of Its Players Are Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

"I felt during the time. There's a pause in sports. The most influential voices and solidarity amongst a union of individuals in sports happened in the wnba. And i wanna make sure. I shot out that league. Here's what is the only one that has announced that each of his coaches in each of his players have been vaccinated. They said ninety nine percent is one hundred ninety. Nine percent of their participants have been vaccinated. That's extremely impressive.

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First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

"In fort lauderdale the first major cruise ship set sail from a us port. Since the pandemic paralyze the industry more than a year ago are kerry. Sanders is on board the celebrity edge off and sailing tonight for the first time in fifteen months paying passengers on a cruise ship departing from a us. Poor phil so bed to be on a cruise ship again. We have been waiting for this day. Were avid cruisers. The multi billion dollar cruise ship industry with a lot riding on this first cruise because of the pandemic the celebrities ship edge that departed from fort lauderdale. Today is socially distancing passengers the ship at only forty percent capacity ninety nine percent of the passengers and crew on board are fully vaccinated against coup-bid. Would you be on. This cruise of passengers weren't vaccinated. That's have fun on earth. I have to say no to your crew. Welcome back someday is here. Last march as the pandemic spread and doctors had to understand corona virus cruise ships were turned away from ports around the world including here in the us when passengers were finally allowed to get off they were met with teams in has met suits. The centers for disease control shutdown. The cruise ship industry one challenge still in the courts. Florida's governor established a law that prevents any business including cruise ships from demanding customers. Show a vaccine passport. We are back at sea. We are back what's at stake not only for your cruise line but the industry. Well obviously we have to bring ourselves back in a safe careful way and i think we are trying to demonstrate that you are safer cruise ship. Then you are walking down main street. Usa if anybody on board words test positive for corona virus. This ship has an expanded infirmary with two doctors and eleven nurses just in case

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on DV Radio

"Lord have mercy on everybody so if there is one so speaking of lord have mercy on everybody. So i was reading today about these. Oh my god. I had a fire. The bible didn't burn. Tell me god doesn't exist. Bolstered thing and you. You guys know how i feel about fishing. There's there's an isolation for ninety nine percent of everything that happens in life and the best comeback that i've seen was most bibles don't burn because one. They're in a place where they're not going to get burned. Which is a really response and the next best one was. Have you seen how thick a bible is try. Burning that with the lighter this is and you know if you opened up a bubble. Yeah i can see that bitch burning into an the but yeah i'm not seen too many thick books bibles or not. I mean stick fucking gone with the wind in a buck and burning building and yeah. I'm pretty sure it's not going to burn into. Some people tried to say that it was fire. it's hard it and this that and the other no bibles far it's hard at It's mainly due to its its thickness and it's so compact And when i say compact like really compressed Most viable are and again most bibles. The aren't you know in a place where fires going to get them. Unless you're in a hotel and it's on the nightstand and then it might sends the edges. I think but. I don't think i've ever really seen too many bibles in a hotel that aren't hardback too. Am i wrong. I didn't know the put them in hotels anymore. You know what. That's that's a good in point because with the way the world is. I'm not against the last one i was in. I don't remember even seeing one under the last one. I was and it was in there but the thing about it is it. You know you've got the table and some of them. Have the little workstation table with the lamp and all it was over there in that table in the not in where the the the jury is that pulls out in front of you and you sit down but it was in like a side. You're on the bottom. And i'm like damn y'all really hadn't got from everybody ain't she like was like i don't like religion but Who amazon says she's been to appeal hotels recently and seeing them there. So they they might. I'm wondering if it's it might be. I don't know anyway. I don't know i don't know what to say about. Two-dozen stayed at a hotel since two.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Smashing Security

Smashing Security

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Smashing Security

"She checked out. She probably drunk already on the jazz cigarettes. She got excited when he told me. A story hallo hallo all here from smashing security more enchanting news for you. So i want to know how many reviews we've received worldwide date. According to charitable we have received a wapping five hundred eighty six ratings about ninety nine percent of them five stars and no one can sneeze at that so. Let's highlight over wan kenobi. They right so glad. I found this podcast. Just before lockdown listen to one instantly hooked then caught up one hundred and fifty plus site missed often binge listening to six plus a day whilst working from home who knew the world. The cybersecurity could be so entertaining. Keep up the good work we will and we salute. You will be one kenobi. In fact we salute you all for listening for supporting us. Just being alive really main. Sometimes it can be pretty cool anyway. Buckets love and keep them coming..

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Skipping The Line and Monetizing Your Interests with James Altucher

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Skipping The Line and Monetizing Your Interests with James Altucher

"Skip the line is about how do you be not the best in the world at something but okay maybe in the top one percent which is a very much larger group than being the best at something and then how do you also monetize. Whatever it is. You're interested in if you're interested in gardening. How do you monetize if you're interested in making in sports. How do you monetize that. If you if you're interested in comedy podcasting or writing or or finance how do you monetize it. It's not so easy. And so. I wanted to write a book that covered both lanes as opposed to one or the other one hundred percent. James listen oftentimes fire nation. The gatekeepers to there are the ones that are kind of pooh-poohing being like. Oh you can't do that like no. There's a process. You have to go through like no you just got to get into the back of the line and i heard that over and over again when i was deciding to start my first daily podcast interview entrepreneurs and these were from the gatekeepers from cliff. Ravens craft the podcast mastermind. This even from our our dear friend. Jimmy who was my one on one mentor. Guess what they wanted the best for me and they gave me ninety nine percent. Brilliant advice that. I did follow but they were both adamant the john. You cannot do a daily podcast interview entrepreneurs you will fail just what everybody else is doing it in the back of the line. Do a once a week show. That's what everybody does. We need to do as well. So get in the back of the line in just put it in your raps and overtime. Hey maybe it's going to happen. But i said to myself. Does anybody get good at something doing it once a week or four times a month like i gonna put in the wraps. I'm a bad interviewer. A bad podcast host right now. I've never done it before. Let me put in those wraps. And i had the passion i combined. It was skills over time. Because i was doing every single day. Which is james said. Gave me the potential to make some money the potential for that monetization.

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How do Income-Share Agreements Work?

Side Hustle School

02:26 min | 2 years ago

How do Income-Share Agreements Work?

"So income share agreements. Let's break down. One of the first and most well known. Examples is lambeth school. Which is a programming school. I coating school. And you don't pay tuition until you're earning fifty thousand dollars a year the way it works. If you go to lambeth school dot com you can learn more you agree to pay seventeen percent of your post lamba school salary for twenty four months. But only after you're making fifty thousand dollars a year at least and they have a cap at thirty thousand dollars so basically you never pay more than thirty thousand dollars tuition and if you don't get hired and you never pay so isn't that pretty cool like they also have options to just pay tuition up front if you're able and that's what you prefer But to me the groundbreaking thing is this income share agreement because it's allowed a lot of people from poorer countries or from a disadvantaged background to really get a world class education and then a high paying job so there are a few other schools that are offering similar programs. I just did some brief research university of utah's doing it. Purdue university But in the world of entrepreneurship to focus our discussion here most iras are from startup. incubators one of the big ones that you may have heard of. It's called y combinator and their jail is first of all very selective so you can't just apply and get in like a lot of people who apply. Don't get in but if you are accepted there deal is they will invest one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in return for seven percent of your company. Okay and that would be great if you qualify. First of all i said and also if you need more than one hundred thousand dollars in start-up capital so there is a world in which that is the case for lots of different businesses but here on site us'll school ninety nine percents of stories that feature. You don't need anywhere near that much money. Our whole point is to do this frugal to do this on a budget. To use the resources you have instead of just trying to find somebody to invest money so the reason i essays exist which as i said overall i think they're awesome but the reason they exist is because of expensive tuition or start up costs for some businesses. You were attending college. That was affordable for your budget. Then you wouldn't need the and so two. Is it for the side. Hustle model like total startup costs five hundred dollars. Let's say which we've had hundreds of stories that fit in that category then. An essay wouldn't really be worth for either party like you don't need somebody to own. X. percentage of your company in exchange for that five hundred dollars. You should just find a way to get the five hundred dollars or less on your own so that you don't have to give up any equity in your company.

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Biden Marks Vaccine Progress, Thanks Troops Ahead of Holiday

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Biden Marks Vaccine Progress, Thanks Troops Ahead of Holiday

"President Biden has kicked off a Memorial Day weekend by marking the nation's vaccination progress band thanking its troops in Virginia which today lifted many covert nineteen restrictions the president Marc summers unofficial start by saying more vaccinations mean more freedom to go to baseball games the beach whatever makes people happy right just saving lives we're getting our lives back later at a military base you are the backbone of the country the president thanked troops thank you for your service thank you for who you are saying they're the one percent of the population defending ninety nine percent of the rest of us Sager made Ghani Washington

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Joe Miano Talks About Prime Editing in Mice

CRISPR Cuts

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Joe Miano Talks About Prime Editing in Mice

"Gillette start by with an introduction Just maybe dennis about yourself your current position. How you got you sure so i. I'm a professor at the medical college of georgia. I'm a new yorker. You can tell them not from the south. My background is in vascular biology a phd in vascular pathobiologist near medical college. I did my training. My training with eric olson who uses christopher quite a bit in the context of must addition feet in texas in women up to medical college of wisconsin before going to university of rochester. Where i was for twenty years where the crisper really started in my lap. And so most as you said most of my work revolves around using different crisper ending platforms to interrogate the dark matter of our genome to discover what with the meaning is of some of these interesting elements that we defy. Actually i'm glad you kind of said the last line. Because that is exactly what i had picked out been looking at your bio before you had said dark matter of the genome. Can you What do you mean by not matter. Why is that important to study. So used to be the late sixties early seventies that the genome homeless considered to be mostly comprised junkie neighbor. We know now that that's not the case that most of it is functional in some way shape or form and so there are myriad number okla dna binding transcription factors on one thousand plus that buying into specific elements. And we're interested in one class of these elements and all of these elements are found in in this dark matter. Nine coding or the genome which is like ninety eight to ninety nine percent of the six billion nucleotides of each cell so we have a reasonably good handle on where to look for these nuggets of goal. And we've use computational tools in with the crisper editing platform emerging in two thousand thirteen. It's made our life so much easier now to literally will change the single base level even these binding sites and find out what the consequences and that that has enormous implications for understanding. What the single nuclear type. Various associated with diseases how those may be functioning or dysfunctioning in in the context of various common diseases and reducing

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Just King Things

Just King Things

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Just King Things

"When flu takes up ninety nine percent of humanity. He's like. Aw no more gas shortages ray finally right a pollution stops Nature gets to heal. It's nature's healing in the stand. Nature is ely and so he's like well You know that's actually like sort of a positive in good right. There's kind of a moral lesson there where we can be like. Oh what if people were less destructive to the world so what if instead of being conservative The horizon was like the werewolf. Who is you know can look Ordered and and rational and conservative but is actually secretly an agent of chaos. Who was bringing kind of like change innovation and what. If that's what. I am actually is someone who seems conservative but actually a you know a making interventions in in people's history or something And that that's how he kind of tries to work around The entire political bent of this book right and then he sort of tops. It off with like maybe really what happens. Is that Horror writers help us. Imagine that we're kids again and we can just be like. Oh what if there is a monster under the bed. great Excellent thanks steve Y you know we normally have segments here but we're a little bit long on time and none of them are particularly Relevant given that this is not a fiction own. yeah now. None of this. None of this quite clicks As we move forward while probably call back to dance macabre. When we're reading like a the works of fiction that seemed to be clearly building off of ideas that i expressed here But like you know. There's there's not a lotta. There's no uncle steve. He's he's not really talking about music. He does tell us like what song he was listening to. When he got to first base for the first time it was. Help me ronda. The beach boys. Now i have to remember that and have to know that. Now you do to your welcome of course right now. This very moment as i said a couple of times you can go to our patron range. Touch dot co note while you're gonna range such dot com get there but dot com slash range touch..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"Does that sound fair is very easy to the yes or no so you can soften that up even more with hey. I'm wondering does that. Sound fair I don't like does that sound fair because you're giving them a choice of fair not in something you might have been saying before could not have been fair so a lot of times. It's the same thing when people say you know to be honest with you. Rely on to me before to be fair with you. I will ask a person. Has that sound has at looked. You has that feel. But i don't generally like the word fair unless you're gonna preference it. So i can pre frame fairness i say you know peter. I'm i consider myself a fair person. Do you consider yourself a fair person to yes. That's absolutely so what. I'd like to present a fair offer so if i can premise that i'm affair person and listen ninety nine percent of the times if i say hey listen. I consider myself a person. Do you consider yourself a fair person. People are going to say yes to that because nobody wants to be known as not fair so even if it sounds to you like being manipulative away way because it did when you said that to me i still had to admit that i was going to be fair because not exactly. It doesn't matter and again and then could be. hey listen. does this sound fair to you. 'cause i've already pre offering twenty at another session i've already pre fiend. That will both fair. And that's what it comes down to ask them questions. So how does the. How does the meta model actually work. The first thing you get is the sentence and then you figure out what question i can ask so again. I'll stick on that. The person says that's expensive so as it's called the deletion because we don't know what they're comparing it to can say you know. I'm curious compared to what and they'll give you an answer. Thank gum That's interesting..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Empowered AF

Empowered AF

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Empowered AF

"You've got needs every man has needs doesn't mean that we go to her to become happy but we do communicate with her and say hey babe i got needs i got these needs and i want to express them to you. Is it okay. See here's the thing is a lot of donata communicate so therefore when we go to her we just we just we just word vomit and so then what happens is she feels defensive. Oh you're saying i don't give you enough sex. Oh what about the blow job. I just gave you last night. Was that enough. Was that not enough. And she gets all attitude and all this shit fuck you know so then. We shut down and say no. I can't do this too hard. I can't communicate because our brains are wired that way as men are our brains are wired to go through remote like we're crunchers. We're not communicators. We do not articulate. We don't know how to say. This is what i'm feeling in my heart. We don't have to slow down and take breaths to love you but these things are hurting my feelings. Can we talk about them. Oh babe. I didn't know you weren't paying. Women loved that shit when a man can talk to a heart to heart. They love that shit. Most of you could avoid ninety five percent of what you're going through if you actually learned to fucking communicate and then when you communicate with a boundary and you take responsibility. We call that drop in power triangle. That's exactly what you must do. If you actually want to change your situation wasted said well. It's true that i never did that. I always try to fix her problems. Oh yeah dude. Fixing a woman's problem is the worst fucking thing you can do. It's the worst. It is the asa worst women hate it. Hey when you try to fix it especially without permission permission is everything because all you're doing is basically saying i'm a big savior. I'm gonna come saved my woman in distress and she's like fuck you. I don't need a savior and the women that do guess what you create this codependent pattern. So what happens is if you're a savior type guy turning on the drama triangle. If you're a savior rescuer. Type guy. you're going to be looking for that victim type girl and and what happens is she plays the victim but she also plays the persecutor and that means she gets on you about shit and so you become the victim and then she plays the victim and you play the savior. And you gotta savour from everything all this stuff moist that i tried to talk to. She shut me down here. If we can vent to each other venting to each other's not healthy either right. It's not about venting to each other. It takes two people to strongly communicate. I'm not gonna say you could do it on your own. You can't but you can definitely come at it from a different angle. I guarantee if we got on the phone we talked about how you communicate with her. I can guarantee ninety nine percent of the time. I'll find the shit that you're saying..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on PHP Internals News

PHP Internals News

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on PHP Internals News

"Into is the intention of this new syntax to replace long closures not entirely. I suspect a great. Many use cases of long closures could get away with in using the auto captured version. But there's no plan to remove the long closure version part because there are cases you need the manual closure particularly fill the only way to capture a variable by reference. All of the other versions are by valley which ninety nine percent of the time is what you want but not other one percents if you do need to buy reference than you still got the long version the long version that uses to use keyword correct and then you're manually capturing things there are cases where you would want to use the same variable lane inside and out but not for the same variable in that case you can use the long version and then you don't have that collision in practice. However the only language. I know of that have. Explicit capture are p. and c. plus plus as far as i know every other language including the other major scripting languages.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"And possibly give back as you're doing so i i really can't thank you enough for joining me today. Preah any other words that you'd like to offer for our listening audience. Well thank you so much for having me. Thank you so much for creating this platform for which i can share. You can share your other. Guests can inspire because oftentimes. We just need a little bit of hope. And that is the gold. My work as i want to be in inspiring individual. It's really important for me to set examples of powerful women doing beautiful things in the world. I will say you know. I think what you just said is absolutely right though. This is not about just switching professions. I don't in fact ninety nine percent of my clients that i work with. Don't come to me. All of a sudden switch professions or switch their whole lives. This is not about that. This journey of spiritual evolution is understanding that the only stable ground to stand on is your own empowerment. Because if you know that no matter what i will be okay. Always in all ways than life just becomes incredibly joyous and beautiful. There's trust and a surrender to the understanding of that and so if there's nothing that's taken from this call. I hope that whoever's listening says to themselves. I want to learn more about who i am and why i am here because i can promise you. It will be the greatest exploration of your lifetime and it will give you such peace and contentment. That no matter what is going on around you you will be stable. Wow i love that. I love so much will thank you so much clear. Lucky with awaken an agenda and please access the podcast nets and would eagerly await or welcome any increase from women. That might be less your thank you for having me really really a pleasure..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"You know just saying so. I think i. I think we're gonna realize right away. If a schoolteacher character development or not by how they're running their classes And what they're saying I also think that you know people assume that self protection is being taught in martial art schools and i feel that ninety nine percent of mars. Don't teach proper self protection and this is coming from a guy who grew up in hot. Kito hockey toe is not good. For self-protection i'll be honest. Most of it's not And people can argue with me. Whatever i edit. Here's your controversy. Okay bye but it is true. You know a violent attack. Nobody's going to be compliant for jocks right away. It's not the first thing you want to look for either. So many steps are amid seeing the soft skills of self-protection I think those need to be discussed more Especially when more human interaction gets into bargain. Be blown off steam from his lockdown. I and and with all this. So you're going to have more road rage since you're gonna have more bullying incidents you're going to go down from people expressing frustration from elsewhere And so we need to teach awareness. We need to teach. Avoidance we teach verbal de escalation To our students. Besides just the hearts go rhino. Lock you won't want because they're like those are boring. you know. Nobody's going to want to do that. But just making fun. You know laws yeah you make them create right come on philly definitely and so i think i think that's going to be important too because You know if our students know how to deal with things that they can see something ahead of time because they're aware and people avoid it that's about strike. They don't have to put themselves in danger. you know. My my goal is for all our students. Never have to use their their Hard skills of martial arts only their soft skills you know which which we use all the time anyway so anyway that's that's what i see..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"So let's talk about the drug of the day today and that is going to be colchicine Brand name of this medication is cole. Chris that's the most common Brand name that. I hear in clinical practice anyway. And this medication does have a bunch of unique uses however ninety nine percent of the time The indication that. I see this medication. Used for is out That is mostly what i'm going to focus on There's things like mediterranean fever There has been a potentially some evidence in reducing cardiovascular risk as a secondary prevention a type agent. I can't say at the time. I i'm a creating this podcast that i'm you know real sold on the evidence and the risk versus benefit of of doing that but That may be a something that you see more evidence on a going forward in the future but again. I'm going to focus mainly on that guilt. Indication so mechanistically How does it work It blocks beta to berlin polymerization in micra tubul hs which ultimately a reduces the activation or activity of neutrophils. Okay and in. Gout remember inflammation plays a huge role in the pain associated with a flair neutral. Bills are really going to facilitate and exacerbate that inflammation and pain so again by reducing That activation activity of those neutrophils. We can help manage symptoms of adult flair all right thinking about canucks guidelines and what we use for therapy particularly with Gout flares colchicine is an option here however in clinical practice i would say i see steroids. Corticosteroids and end saids generally used more commonly or at least try it i And there might be some exceptions to that. So you know if you've got a patient with a significant gi bleed history. That's probably a situation where you might avoid an end said and and prefer coaches him Corticosteroids so if you've got a patient Let's say that having frequent flyers and we're having to give corticosteroids a lot Then we start to get into the risk of some of the long term complications with corticosteroid..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"I will have that conversation. Because i found that ninety nine percent of the time it's it's a perception of something that may or may not have been said. I may have said something. I didn't even realize what i was saying. More they may have misconstrued it and so it's a two second conversation we get cleared up and clean. Everybody moves forward but they feel empowered to do that so again. It's that dropping of the ego that we talked about. It's being an integrity and saying look. If i said something wrong or something wrong. I want you to tell me. The only way it's going to get cleared up. And i don't want you running around telling everybody else because that's only gonna cause deeper problems in the company so that is operating from king queen hero and you can do that but ego aside and say you can speak truth to power. It's okay we're gonna have a an equal level conversation. Get this cleaned up and move forward. Yeah love it.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

"And you'll but will do thing why russia's to the surface of the skin to keep your body face wom some and that spacey cheeks hats and it's six that's name means to me truly and this leads to the point where it's like. I feel like i have. I caught him in vermin. Say snowing without ninety nine percent of the people being like hall. It's not gotten snow in awe as like really. It's is is seen from the sky on the cake. God pretentious but you know what i mean like. It's the point then again. The great thing about me. As i mean i will until may not be what is very clear but i knew that i'm a heart. Pensions say it's not necessarily me. If my surroundings and inside try it was harder to get my surroundings to match what i feel inside again to take anything away from anyone. Everyone is equally by in their opinions that experiences. And well i've said things about illnesses for example sleep disorders. But we're gonna in this in this thing but happiness can commend happiness energy. Is that while other night. Like to what point can be right. Be happy about now in the snow. For example like experience without feeling. Like i'm stupid or saying ridiculous or invalid for having these happy opinions. The second dating. I played it. Ought to be was just like oh. I mean alzheimer's rides and ice skating in like and gains the femme during a fund. Stuff will special someone but latin Yep.

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Blessings and Curses of Intuition

Developer Tea

08:41 min | 2 years ago

Blessings and Curses of Intuition

"We're talking about intuition today but we're not just going to talk about it as a positive thing as with most things as with most powers if you wanna call it that Most skills it comes with the downside intuition does have a downside and you can probably guess. Some of that downside. If you've been listening to this show for very long at all You can. You can probably imagine that it has something to do with the way our brains work. So we're going to talk about to kind of curses to blessings of intuition. If you want to call it something different feel free. These are two good things and too bad things. So let's talk about the two curses. I the first curse is that intuition is very good but it's not perfect to we can't rely on it completely. We've experienced this especially as younger. Engineers probably younger in their careers. I mean people who have less intuition working with people who do have good intuition but they rely on it as if it is infallible. This is the problem if you're good Ninety nine percent of the time then. You can't rely on that All the way you can't just use intuition to make decisions in tuition is very good and giving you a direction. Which is the kind of piece of advice to take away from this particular curse very good at giving you a direction to go right. It's it's good. It's a pointer but sometimes our intuition is totally off right. Let's back up for a minute and talk about went. Intuition is to begin with intuition is essentially The well worn path in our brain. It's a well worn path because we've given our brains a consistent kind of pattern consistent kind of stimulus in the brain is recognizing that pattern faster and faster because That pathway is well. Warn will save some of the neuroscience for people who are more qualified to talk about it but this idea is fairly simple. Our brains recognized patterns very well. That's a very important thing that we can do is humans and when we see patterns that we've seen a lot of times before our brains are very good at taking a bunch of shortcuts right. Were no longer having to evaluate those things really thoroughly to understand them. We have very good models for those things now. We have a lot of intuition just naturally as human beings for example. Anything that you do. On essentially on autopilot. That is because you built intuition for how to do that. Thing for for perfect example of this Those of us who are able we walk. We walk using what we would. We wouldn't really call it intuition. Probably but that's the same concept right. We have Some keen sense of the patterns of walking. We can look at the ground and understand what our feet are going to feel like if we were to walk on that ground well in advance once again our pattern. Recognition is An intentional effort by our brains to try to predict some future. And so when you start recognizing a pattern. The intuition part is understanding. What plays out when that pattern Appears when we have that stimulus so the response that our brains provide when we have a well-worn path With some pattern based stimulus. That is intuition. So intuition takes time to develop. It takes experience to develop. But this i curse that we're talking about here which is that sometimes. Our intuition is wrong is a byproduct of randomness in the universe. Right we can recognize patterns. That are actually not what we think they are. We can see things happening. That are not actually happening. Our brains being very good at recognizing patterns are not very good At recognizing when something is random. Were not very good at recognizing when there's a hole in the plot to our story because we want to make things make sense. When things make sense we tend to succeed and so we try to make things make sense even when they don't so our intuition is is kind of biased towards kicking in more often than it should. Sometimes we use that intuition in situations where we should take a step back and say no. I don't have a perfect picture of how this plays out. Okay so that's number one. We're actually going to switch back and forth between curse and blessing as we are not all negative and then all positive. The first blessing of intuition. And you we're not going to go with the obvious ones right. The the obvious blessing of intuition is that you can develop skills and response times that are better than the average you can develop a An easy way of responding to certain situations intuition is good at giving you a kind of faster than normal reflexes and that gives you the ability to build a higher level of skill in a given area. Okay so that's the obvious one. We're not gonna talk about that anymore. The blessing that i want to talk about is a better time travelling device than most people do about this particular subject. Right time travelling. Something we always do. We're trying to understand what's going to happen in three days three weeks three months three years if we make particular decision if we see this pattern and we're trying to time travel based on the patterns that we see time travelling just inner minds imagining what the future will be like right In in this particular case we're not talking about traveling back in time. We're talking about traveling forward. Although you could make the exact same argument that you're very good at travelling back and identifying very similar instances because you have good intuition for how this pattern matches those right but because intuition is largely based on pattern recognition you can usually recognize it bad path before other people. Can you can time travel much faster. You can see much faster into that future in. You can have a better guest that hey you know. What if we go down that pathway. That i'm recognizing this pattern of I've done this thousand times in nine hundred ninety five of those times. Things went poorly so i think we probably shouldn't do that right. So you have a better understanding a better grasp but better way of jumping forward into the future than other people might and for what it's worth. It's not just about avoiding bad things right. you can also recognize a good path. A good signal Another really good example of this is recognizing talent in other people if you are so you are a coach and you've developed a an intuition for the kinds of athletes that Really make for good players in a particular position is a very specific thing that you've developed in in tuition for well. Now you can recognize some of the patterns of behavior that would signify. Somebody might be a qualified for that position again again. We can see the kind of interplay between that. I curse which is that. Intuition is very good but not perfect and that first blessing which you have a better time. Travelling device than most people do right It's not a perfect time travelling device. You're not predicting the future With twenty you have a a different unique perspective because of your intuition. But you don't have the perfect perspective. Because of intuition in other words you shouldn't use your intuition all right. This is a very important point to take away in the first half of this episode. You shouldn't be using your intuition as a set of credentials

The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

Kottke Ride Home

07:25 min | 2 years ago

The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

"There's a bakery chain in japan that offers dozens of different kinds of pastries danishes. Donuts croissants sandwiches you go down a cafeteria style line. Pick what you want. Put it on a tray and when you get to the register to pain you put your tray on top of a backlit rectangle screen shows an injury of your train with bright green lines around each item it recognizes each item from among the dozens of pastries on offer at the bakery and then correctly charges. You how does it do that. You'd imagine some kind of relatively recent developments in deep learning neural networks. But in fact it's a more grown technology that got its start. In two thousand seven led by a man named hisashi kombi the new yorker recently profiled combine work with the bakery and how the technology he developed is now being deployed in many other sectors including cancer research. So let's start with the bread problem. Japanese consumers like lots of options and bread is no exception market. Research in japan showed that a bakery that offered a hundred different options sold twice as much as a bakery that offered only thirty and that unwrapped baked goods sold better because people perceived them as fresh but without the wrapping. You don't have labels or barcodes on the pastries so then you've got employees who have to memorize hundred different pastries and this slowdown lines. Because workers would often mix things up or have to take time remembering which peachtree was which not to mention. They handled each unwrapped pastry individually. So it wasn't exactly the most sanitary so this chain wanted to automate the process somehow and they turned to comedies company. Brain to help them out. Rain had already been working for twenty years on finding ways for computers to see something that was long one of the biggest challenges of artificial intelligence. The new yorker explains it really. Well quote as i write. This can look up at my shelves. They contain books and skin of yarn and a tangled cable. All inside a cabinet whose glass enclosure is reflecting leaves in the trees outside my window. I can't help. But parse the scene about a third of the neurons and my cerebral cortex are implicated in processing visual information but to a computer. It's a mess of color and brightness in shadow. A computer has never untangled. A cable doesn't get that glasses. Reflective doesn't know that trees sway in the wind. Ai researchers used to think that without some kind of model of how the world works in that was in it. A computer might never be able to distinguish the parts of complex scenes. The field of computer vision was zoo of algorithms that may do in the meantime and quotes over the last decade this has changed as deep learning and neural networks have been applied and tweaked in real world scenarios. Siri google translate and alpha. Go all rely on deep learning with layers of simulated neurons and their honed by things like tagging people in photos on social media and picking out street lights in those prove. You're not a robot tests on website forms but especially without that kind of passively crowd sourced assistance quoting again. The drawback of deep learning is that it requires large amounts of specialized data the deep learning system for recognizing faces might have to be trained on tens of thousands of portraits. And it won't recognize address unless it's also been shown. Thousands of dresses deep learning researchers therefore have learned to collect labeled data on an industrial scale and quotes and for brain the bakery chain not only with the frequency with which the bakery chain changed their offerings. Make such data required for learning. The new pastries be untenable. They were also several years too early to even consider using deep learning so they built their own system using lots and lots of algorithms by two thousand ten. They built a system with ninety nine percent. Accuracy across fifty types of bread tackling problems like different pastries that look remarkably similar and the same pastries that look different when one is baked. More or one got squished. As developing the back light the pastries have to be placed on to keep the lighting consistent even though they did have to also build a mathematical model to account for inconsistencies in color when it comes to bake times rather than showing assistant thousands of photos of each pastry as one would with a deep learning system they manually tweaked and honed the algorithms on each doughnut and danish until they got it right but their system learns to win. The system isn't sure instead of those green lines around each item. It shows yellow or red lines and prompts the user to select from some suggestions or manually input the product quoting again show bakery scan a pastry never seen on earth and it'll recognize the next one of its kind about forty percent of the time according to brain after just five examples it is ninety percent accurate and after twenty. It's nearly perfect. Moreover whereas deep learning systems are relatively inscrutable. You can't look at a neural network and say exactly why a decision emerged from it bakery scans judgments based as they are on hand engineered system or more particularly if the system. Miss identifies something. You can figure out why these days. It's unusual to develop in the way that brain developed bakery scan. The approach requires a mastery of fine details. It is in spirit artisanal. It takes years during which parameters must be tuned. Special cases accounted for deep learning relieves. You from having to understand how the seasons affect shadows in a donut hole you merely plug enough examples and the network figures it out and with deep learning. The same brain can accomplish different tasks when you feel different. Data deep mind. The alphabet subsidiary used data sets to train a single neural network to beat humans at chess shoghi and go systems that depend on domain specific knowledge as bakery scandal need not just new data but new filters new features in new algorithms before they can be used elsewhere and quotes nonetheless. The technology behind bakery scan now housed under the umbrella. Name of ai scan has gone on to be used in applications as far flung as distinguishing pills in hospitals to counting the number of people in eighteenth century woodblock prints and even spotting incorrectly wired bolts in jet engine parts but the most impressive application came in two thousand seventeen when quoting again. Dr louis pasteur's center for medical research in kyoto saw a television segment about bakery scan. He realized that cancer cells under a microscope looked kind of like bread and quotes. I love that observation but he was right. Ai scan has now been working for a few years on fine tuning their cancer cell detector. Saito a scan now. Being tested at two hospitals is able to look at an entire microscope slide and identify potentially cancerous cells with ninety nine percent accuracy based on features like the color tone size and texture of the nucleus and all round -ness of the cell as they continue to grow and build on their original system. Brain has had to bring in deep learning once recently when covid nineteen pushed bakery owners to start wrapping their pastries and individual packaging. Brain used a deep learning to help their bakery scan system still be able to identify the pastries behind the reflective plastic

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Discussing The Position Statement from The National Lymphedema Network on COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

Lymphedema Podcast

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Discussing The Position Statement from The National Lymphedema Network on COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

"How did you guys come about finding your position. Who were the experts. That kinda helped guide this statement. Well you know. I need for is what we feel very strongly. Is i think you to advocate for those patients who really don't have advocates for them right in the sense that like you know this. Is this the example. That i gave in our first weapon or of the month And basically imagine that we have a million people who had no dissection in both aren't in both armpits on the right and the left and so now you know they are fortunate enough to be receiving the is saination. And let's just say. There is a ninety nine percent chance that you know. The patients will not develop dima so there's one percent left right but that one percent of a million is ten thousand people. So it's like who's going to advocate for that ten tenth out for those ten thousand people and you know and and the thing is it's just a matter of conservative course of action prudent care so there is not much more of a difference in terms of an injection in arm or the lake. So i think that one of the concerns in the healthcare community is that it's just not team to to offer an injection in the arm in the leg by in terms of you know skill a it doesn't take any more Skill really to put the injection just about two feet lower than you know we are normally given in the arm and so basically our position is it just came about from you know just knowing that there are two main things from the injection rate. We know for sure that well publicized side effect is increased squally and live not enlargement right and so we know that with increased swelling and you know known enlargement. There is a higher risk for developing email. Because you're creating such a higher lymphatic burden and so that's one thing. The second thing we know about is that there are is a big concern. In terms of mimic game You know positive mammographies and breast cancer. Scans so so really. We just want to make sure that we argued for beaches where they won't develop a higher olympic risk and where they won't necessarily have to go through the concern of thinking that potentially they have a positive can if it just so happens that their skin is within this timeframe soon after their code injections and so it's just prudent course of action really that is guiding us and we just wanna make sure that we you know do what is in the best interest of our patients

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Meta-Cast

Meta-Cast

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Meta-Cast

"I i think if you like you do a wait as it applies to. You is is appropriately so go ahead devoid means you're void. Avoid so anyway. You're a blind on so you're a black hole something something. Something's been missing for the past couple of episodes where i haven't had much to talk about. Here are stepping up. I i am stepping up so one of the things that i'm passionate about is. I came from a family of teachers. The number of teachers that are in my very close family. You can count on more than one hand so the teacher. That's a lot of teachers. So i'm just kind of always pat. I am not man out to be a teacher. But when things i'm passionate about is like helping kids find and see who they are and what they can be. And i had the luck of stumbling into helping us school in very rural north carolina. That was ninety nine percent economically challenged and very diverse community and that was fantastic. The leadership change at that school. So i lost my connection there. I've sensed reach out to them and reach out to others. That are like them. Because i've found great.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Business School

Business School

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Business School

"Because i've gone through the process of making the decisions and realized that since i have already done that and learned how to do that. I learned some pain. I discovered a pain point. I discovered why it bothered me. And i don't wanna put myself in that situation again because what good is it. If why can't learn from the process that i've already expanded the effort that have already expanded and learn from that experience. The way you learned from experience is memorializing. The learnings from that experience ninety nine percent of us do not do that will not do that. And the reason we don't do that is because we don't mechanically have a way to do that. We're like oh that's cool. I had this but if you can find a way to just write it down talk about what the friend share with a family member and say hortus. Close your eyes and meditate and say you know what when i went through this transaction. I'll when i went through this one. I went through this experience. I learned that. I should never lead with anger. I learned that. I should always expect the best from people. I learned that. I should never eat a slice of pizza. Regardless of how. Uncovery i am. I learned that you know raw raw. Vodka does not agree with me. I learned plank. Because if you're doing memorialized experience why did you even go through all the pain of learning it right. We're talking about my personal framework for problem solving anything. I want to walk through the seven steps once more. Because i really hope that they help you. Not just in your family on your business but also in life and specifically in giving you a framework to deal.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Body is going to do anything that your mind tells it to do. Your body is capable of doing so much more than you can so when you can push pasture mental barrier and make yourself take that extra. Step that extra rap. Whatever it is you. You have a physical wind but you have such a mental and almost spiritual when at the same time because you have broken through a self-imposed wall and when a lot of my clients get to that point. It is actually shifts something in their overall life. And since i work ninety nine percent with women Business owners to they'll say. Oh my god like i realize they basically take that shift in mentality to work with them and it helps them to push that much harder In bust past their mental barriers. That they might have set up in terms of what their achievements are in the workplace or with their own personal business. So i i'm all for getting your workouts in and being physically healthy but it does translate to so much more than just. What can you get done at the gym. And so i will always put a pitch in for getting your exercise time. Don't set it off thinking it's like oh it's just the knee thing and it's just my time yes it is and it's good for your health especially as a woman and a mother if you have children to be healthy and be there but that the mental effort the mental barrier that you push past to get that workout done or to hit that goal carries over into parts of your life which is really important. Message carry on. That's a caltech grover. He talks to people. Yeah i was just gonna say. I think it's interesting again a traditional so a male. Which stuff is it's about the achievement externally kind of almost have bragging rights. So there's a lot about men simple creatures compared to women. I always think i can say man. I'm like. I'm sure that's not necessarily true but the simpler. Let's put it that way and competition with your compare such a motivator myself at various periods of not aware of the actual upside or downside effects. But i love the fact that you finger on. That is not a me time indulgence as it were to exercise. But it's it's a real mental game change. I guess i'm taking from a really like that message because what it means is. We're getting a bit of a theme that there's business versus family. Life says business versus personal health. And actually i guess what you're saying is actually if you made the time for exercise and i guess the savings gonna apply a getting mental mastery ding with the self sabotage stuff. That actually going to be way more effective business person right and that's really positive by which i love that..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

"Without the distraction of you know meeting your friends and having other conversations doing the There's just the silent moments where there's nobody to call does no work to do. There's no zoom to be heh and you gotta sit with your shit. So yeah i have really like okay you need to stop bullshitting and you need to do two things you know you need to do to get the things you want. And sometimes i think we deny the things that we want to avoid the disappointment of not getting them in case they don't work out. Yes again that talking to alex. Tell me this this is my own hit. Don's we'll dogs hollow now. Yeah like i have been very introspective. The only thing. I haven't done and i've always been bad at is journaling but i see the benefit of journaling and i think people should do it. It's just the way my adhd where. Just don't like to be consistent in those things but that's something. I want to really start being more intentional. Even if it's just once a week does writing my thoughts out by hand in a notebook. Just so i can hold myself accountable and practice consistency. The vast majority of anybody any humans problem is a lack of consistency. Why can't you lose weight and keep your health together because you inconsistent right. What you you go. I will walk in the first and the second of the year and the third came in the fall is the eighteenth that tracks seen me yet. Still i was like what are you doing so we have to talk with ourselves about that. Get on ourselves. I think the other thing too. I'm learning i. Don't keep promises to myself but you don't break them to other people exactly. That's the thing. If i say i'm going to do something like basically somebody had to die or something have to happen to make me not show like ninety nine percent of the time. If i sama do some that i'm gonna do when i said i was gonna do. Yeah right but i would say for me. I tell myself okay. We get a more gone. Do our green smoothie and data tag it up in the morning Just drink some coffee like it's just bad habits and so i'm getting more conscious this year. One of my goals this year is to break my bad habit and to develop healthier habits around especially my health like i wanna get super healthy like.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"There are some folks out there who say we will never really have a fool. Proof vaccine is that true. And what does that mean dr. Not every vaccine is one hundred percent but if it's ninety percent of its ninety five percent of its ninety nine percent that's good enough to induce what we call herd mentality tuesday.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on The Up and Comers Show

The Up and Comers Show

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on The Up and Comers Show

"Just throw everything on him. And i'm like i'm gonna be today so the overall love me enough exit of your thing. I think that blind trust and that full surrender is how i start my day And there's something to that because a lot of people say blind trust. I just can't do that because it seems so ignorant or naive. But there's something beautiful to the blind trust of saying no. I recognize where we're at. I see where i'm at and i know exactly. All the hardships are obstacles or things that are presenting themselves yet. Even despite that. I know that god is bigger than and i'm going to in a sense. Have a trust fall with god. Did you say god. You've got this. And i'm going to be faithful and responsible right. You call me to do. But i also know that you're gonna provide in that and that's like a much more deeper place of what others may consider blind trust but is in reality more faith trust in that sense yes. It's a very good question. Like i feel like. I have come across that situation as well. Where the laura. I'm dressing you. I don't know how to dress do go. And then god sakes just trust me and test me. I always say that. Back in halki laura testing you for the next twenty four hours. I want you to show up in some ways. I know that you're there. And i feel like ninety nine percent of the time. He has showed up in some women. Okay okay. i believe what you're saying. I will trust you. But also like i know that his ways are bigger than my waist. That if i come up with a strategy is going probably utterly fail me. And i would rather have him control my future and i know that that's not me and it's always something to help me in the long run but it might be painful doing that journey but that's again something else that i have shifted my mindset except that that the journey and between just because we trusting him out..

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