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Tierney gets 1st goal for Panthers in 5-1 win over Red Wings
"Matthew kachak provided a goal and an assist while the panther scored four times in the second period of a 5 one downing of the red wings. A two Lewis starring in and Josh mahura scored 58 seconds apart to put the cats ahead three zero two 45 into the middle period. Matt kirste and kuchuk scored in a 45 second span of the second period. Chris Tierney so tallied. And Sergey barsky turned back 20 shots for the Panthers. Jonathan bear green scored on a power play for Detroit, which suffered just its 8th regulation loss in 26 games. I'm Dave ferry
Day 343 of The Bible in a Year: God Uses Paul's Past
"We're eating act chapter 22 second Corinthian scepters 9, ten and 11, and proverb receptor 29 versus 5 through 7. The acts of the apostles, chapter 22. Brethren and fathers here the defense which I now make before you. And when they heard that he addressed them in the Hebrew language, they were the more quiet, and he said, I am a Jew, born at tarsus and cilicia. But brought up in this city at the feet of gemal. Educated, according to the strict manner of the law of our fathers, being zealous for God as you all are this day. I persecuted this way to the death, binding and delivering to prison both men and women as the high priest and the whole council of elders bear me witness. From them I received letters to the brethren, and I journeyed to Damascus to take those also who were there and bring them in bonds to Jerusalem to be punished. Paul tells of his conversion. As I made my journey and drew near to Damascus, about noon, a great light from heaven suddenly shown about me. And I fell to the ground, and heard a voice saying to me, saw why do you persecute me? And I answered, who are you, lord? And he said to me, I am Jesus of Nazareth, whom you are persecuting. Now those who were with me saw the light, but did not hear the voice of the one who was speaking to me, and I said, what shall I do, lord? And the lord said to me, rise, and go into Damascus, and there you will be told all that is appointed for you to do. And when I could not see because of the brightness of that light, I was led by the hand by those who were with me, and came into Damascus. And one ananias, a devout man, according to the law, well spoken of by all the Jews who lived there, came to me, and standing by me said to me, brother Saul, receive your sight. And in that very hour I received my sight and saw him. And he said, the God of our fathers appointed you to know his will, to see the just one, and to hear a voice from his mouth. For you will be a witness for him to all men of what you have seen and heard. And now, why do you wait? Rise and be baptized, and wash away your sins, calling on his name. Paul tells how he was sent to the gentiles. When I had returned to Jerusalem and was praying in the temple, I fell into a trance, and saw him saying to me, make haste, and get quickly out of Jerusalem, because they will not accept your testimony about me. And I said, lord, they themselves know that in every synagogue I imprisoned and beat those who believed in you. And when the blood of Steven, your witness was shed, I also was standing by and approving and keeping the garments of those who killed him. And he said to me, depart, for I will send you far away to the gentiles.
Adebayo, Butler lift Heat past Kawhi-less Clippers 115-110
"Bam adebayo and Jimmy Butler combined for 57 points in the heats one 15 one ten downing of the clippers. At a bio delivered 31 points and ten rebounds for Miami. For us, when is a win, no matter who's the most assertive, you know, it was me tonight, you know, next game it might be Jimmy. I be Tyler, but you know at the end of the day, we care about wins. Butler added 26 points. Butler scored the heat's final 8 points, including a baseline jumper to make it a 5 point game with 57 seconds remaining. Paul George finished with 29 points 8 rebounds and 7 assists for the clippers. I'm Dave fairy
Point scores 2 goals, Lightning beat Predators 5-2
"Brayden point scored twice to lead the Tampa Bay lightning to a 5 two win over the visiting Nashville predators point got the opener less than two minutes in and the game winner early in the third. Backup goalie, Brian Elliott got the nod for this one and stopped 34 shots to earn the lightning win. Sometimes it's few and far between when I can get in there and I want to do everything I can for the guys to give us a chance and it's definitely good and I want to keep that going. Mark jankowski got the predators on the board with a shorthanded goal. Alexandra carrier brought them even after two. Walter marsicano Tampa
Bari Weiss: Purpose of 'Strategic Response Team' at Twitter
"Thread but this is Barry Weiss who formally worked at The New York Times but left there Because of their censorship and their covering And their partisanship She said the group that decided whether to limit the reach of certain users Was the strategic response team global escalation team or the SRT GET It often handled up to 200 cases a day This is the blacklisting That took place But there existed a level beyond official ticketing Beyond the rank and file moderators following the company's policy on paper That is the site integrity policy policy escalation support Notice it Now look how significant and serious this was giving themselves all these titles and names An operations So this was a thorough thorough censorship operation Of people with whom they disagreed which is conservatives Republicans scientific experts that questioned what Washington was doing This secret group included head of legal policy and trust Here we are again The Jaya Gotti She has her hands and everything The global head of trust and safety y'all Roth he has his hands and everything Subsequent CEOs Jack Dorsey and piragua And others This is where the biggest most politically sensitive decisions got made Quote think high follower account controversial unquote another Twitter employee told us For these there would be no ticket or anything In other words send it upstairs and just shut it One of the accounts that rose to this level of scrutiny was at lib soft
Eric Metaxas: The American Church Is Hiding in a Theological Corner
"To sum up my book, it's called letter to the American church, but the sort of sum it up, it, or at least one of the things that's at the center of this book letter to the American church is the idea that if you're a person of particularly Christian faith, because I write letter to the American church. This is the people who claim to be Christians. If you think you can avoid politics, if you think you should avoid politics, that is an unbiblical idea, and not only is it on biblical, but if you do not fight for liberty, if you do not fight for these biblical values, you will not even get to do the one thing you think you need to do, which is preach the quote unquote gospel, you won't even get to do that. You are going to be silenced because we have an essentially binary choice. The values of the Bible lead to freedom. And if you are under an authoritarian regime and you don't fight back against that and fight for religious liberty, you are more and more and more going to be unable even to say anything, even the one theological thing that you want to talk about. The gospel, you won't even get to talk about that. So these things are unavoidably related and the lie that I'm trying to push back at in a lot of what I write, but especially in the new book letter to the American church. Is this idea that we can just carve out our little theological corner, there is no such thing. The Bible doesn't allow us to do that. It says, you're supposed to take the truth of God into all the world into every sphere into politics into culture into schools into media. And by the way, if you don't do that, you're doing nothing. You can't really hide in a theological corner. If you hide in the theological corner and just stick to what you think is somehow non controversial, you're kidding yourself and you're doing nothing. And I think that that's why we are where we are Bryce in the culture is because for about 50 years, we haven't fought that battle. We haven't understood that at the heart of our faith is taking that faith into every region of the world and of the culture and fighting for liberty and understanding that there's a link between faith and the God of the Bible and liberty and self government. If you don't get that, you kind of lose everything.
Are We Headed for a Government Shutdown?
"Next week I believe it is the budget issue comes to a head mister producer And so you're going to start hearing about a government shutdown as we have every time this happens And so they will try and put a gun to our heads Demand that we accept a two three four 5000 page I'm the bus spending bill the Democrats will at the least With all kinds of stuff stuck in there you don't like the $600 deal was stuck into their last the last massive spending bill because we're not in a representative republic anymore We're not in a representative republic anymore You're not allowed to know what they're voting on Even members of the Senate aren't allowed to know what they're voting on And you're going to hear about all isn't it awful This is shut down that shutdown What are we going to do We're going to continue with our lives The government has been shut down 20 times in the past ladies and gentlemen 20 times And here we are and they never suffer Most of their employees never suffer They always get a payback What happens in the private sector is when there's a shutdown They don't catch up on your payment Oh you've been out three weeks Okay That doesn't work in the private sector And I want you to remember one other thing we've experienced something else Over the past few years and that's a private sector shutdown ordered by governors Supported by the Democrats Supported by the Chinese associated American bureaucrats that is the medical fascists in Washington D.C.
Despite a Government Shutdown, We Will Not Go Bankrupt
"And I will have to explain again on the air for the hundredth time why we will not go bankrupt and why we will not miss that payments Here's a little hint This government takes in about 320 to $330 billion a month When the government shuts down quote unquote it continues to take in tax proceeds You're not prevented or stopped from paying your taxes Most of the people at the Internal Revenue Service are considered essential employees so I think continue to gather your money So that money comes in no matter what That's number one See I got myself started here Number two The good faith and credit clause of the constitution Is found in the post Civil War amendments Good faith and credit clause has absolutely nothing to do with what goes on today about the budget It had to do with paying off the war debt from the Civil War That's it Number three Social security Medicare and veterans benefits are specifically excluded under federal law federal statute When the government quote unquote shuts down And yet they will try to scare that hell out of all of you Number 5 when Paul Ryan used to be a serious individual and came on this program he made it abundantly clear that 17% of the government actually shuts down when they have a shutdown 83% of the government continues
Family of American prisoner Paul Whelan backs Griner deal
"The family of another American detained in Russia backs the U.S. moved free Britney griner. The Biden administration says it made every possible offer to free Paul Whelan and Moscow refused. There was only one move. This was not a choice of which American to bring home. The choice was one or none. And we brought one home today. It's a great day to have an American freed brother David Whelan says his family thinks President Biden made the right call with the deal to free grinder and appreciates that The White House gave a heads up. It allowed us to process the news, the disappointment, and really the devastation of Paul whale in serving a 16 year sentence on spying charges. The family fears he won't be home anytime soon. These very disappointed. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Yellen to unveil first U.S. currency with her signature
"Some U.S. currency will look a bit different next year. At a Texas facility treasury secretary Janet Yellen held up a newly minted $5 bill with her signature and that of U.S. treasurer Lin malerba. The first time the signatures of two women will be on our currency. The new notes will go into circulation next year. An audio provided by the Treasury Department, Yellen joked about the bad handwriting of some male predecessors, particularly Jack Liu, who had to redo a signature that looked like a series of loops and put a new, more legible version on currency. I will admit, I spent some quality time practicing my signature before submitting it. Sagar Meghani, Washington
Dan Horowitz: Long-Term Side Effects From COVID Vaccines
"As a friend of mine forget this radio stuff in this conservative commentator stuff I'm scared I mean I'm a health guy I work out a E right I want to live to see my daughters get married And I asked doctor McCullough you know is there a time period where you're in the clear Because I got the initial two shots and never did it again Is there any data out there indicating that after say a one or two year time lapse That if there were going to be some negative side effects because not everybody's going to get them But if they were going to be that after this time period you may be okay Man Dan I mean no no such data exists but it doesn't necessarily mean that it is a problem but I want to answer a question I say there's something I wish I could find this and I'll send it to you so you could sense your listeners There's an amazing clip from Fauci I want to say 1988 1990 maybe 1999 where he's talking about a potential HIV vaccine And he said look the reason why you can't just rush this stuff out is because even if it goes on a few years and it almost seems to be good And this was a disaster but it's good Tin 12 years later it could creep up on you And that's why you really need to study those things for a decade before you unleash them and historically that's what we did Think about something that run off right off the bat We have like every malady you know let me just give an example This is in the government's decent data but it's also in several published surveys That anywhere from between a 7 and 12% that's a massive percent of people who got the shots experienced either shortness of breath chest pains or arrhythmia Now that's not necessarily the life threatening but that ain't good
Dan Horowitz: No Urgency to Study Myocarditis From COVID Vaccine
"Is the shot producing new spike protein in some people months later and even from the original one so a number of reasons studies have shown there's a sweeter study that the myocarditis they were seeing in the hospitals is the tip of the iceberg There's subclinical myocarditis where they measure keep blood elevated troponin levels they found scarring on the heart tissue that you don't really see on EKGs or stress tests You might pass the stress test but it takes a cardiac MRI And those things are very expensive So they're not going to order them unless you're approved for one and the government really should be paying for that So studies that have paid for this and have done it they found massive percentage Sometimes 20% of the people having subclinical myocarditis and then nearly everyone having elevated troponin levels So again you could theorize that some people you know it doesn't affect them and they go on the rest of their lives But some people it's a ticking time bomb And to me the bigger concern is that there's no concern to even study this It's very easy to study if you wanted to But the only people with the resources to do so are the ones who clearly don't want to
Dan Horowitz: Leading Theories Despite Low COVID Vaxx Death Autopsies
"Is there a theory that makes sense out there and comports with the science about what's going on A leading theory I should say to be more precise is that myocarditis from this vaccine is a side effect that could be causing these problems Is it a general inflammatory environment in the body I mean listen it's really getting troubling right now How many people young healthy people It seems like you see a story every day now Oh my gosh this guy died suddenly That guy said what is it Is anybody have a scientifically based theory about what's happening So the problem is that we've gone almost two years without them doing autopsies or if they're doing them there's certainly the other times they're ported to CDC refused to release any information on that And that's part of the problem now Doctors McCullough and Ryan Cole and the lone people like that are putting forth series based on published literature There's a couple of things going on and I don't want to scare everyone who maybe got only one round of it a long time ago and hopefully it's out of the system but the problem is this continues to potentially doesn't mean that everyone but potentially produce code your body to produce by protein at any given time So despite protein is very different it causes blood clots a cause of inflammation So that's the problem It could do this at any time at first we thought okay you know you get outside that 30 day window you should be okay especially if you don't get more
Bill protecting same-sex, interracial unions clears Congress
"The house has approved a bill protecting same sex marriages. And historic step forward and Democrats fight to defend the dignity and equality of every American. States will now have to recognize same sex marriages and interracial unions in one of her final leadership acts before stepping aside House speaker Nancy Pelosi presided over the two 58 to one 69 vote. Gay lawmakers like Wisconsin's Mark pocan said he and his husband should have the same rights as any other married couple. Regardless of if your spouse is named Samuel or Samantha, 40 Republicans voted for the bill, but most were against it, like Virginia's bob good. God's perfect design is indeed marriage between one man and one woman for life. The votes are relief for couples worried the Supreme Court might overturn its 2015 decision that legalize those marriages. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
FDA clears updated COVID-19 vaccines for kids under age 5
"Federal health regulators have approved the latest version of the COVID-19 vaccination for use in the very youngest of children. The Food and Drug Administration has okayed the updated version of the COVID shot for children under the age of 5, even as young as 6 months old. These omicron targeted booster shots are made by Moderna and Pfizer already cleared for older kids. Only 3% of tots under the age of two have gotten any doses so far. So first they have to get the older version and then their third shot can be this new formulation. The FDA's vaccine chief says vaccinations are the best defense, especially during this time. When pediatric wards are filled with children suffering from the flu and the RSV virus. I'm Jackie Quinn
What Is the Value in Reading the 'Great Books'? Jeremy Tate Explains
"What is kind of the value would you say of reading things like the great books to people of any age? Yeah, it's a great question. I'd recommend it if you want to go kind of a more formal route, great colleges like hillsdale offer a bunch of free classes that you can take. In order to be doing this with, it can be intimidating and you pick up by yourself, a copy of the Odyssey. Hopefully you can read it and enjoy it, but it can also mean falling away. I think the great books this tradition is meant to give birth to the great community. CLT is right down the street from St. John's college in Annapolis. It's a great book solid if you're interested in a great gradual program. It's amazing for teachers. But what you're doing is you're reading together the very best of what has been thought and said, you're reading Plato, you're reading Arizona. You're reading Ben Franklin. You're reading the texts that have truly stood the test of time. And you're discussing them in groups of people who span the political spectrum who are atheists who are the who are Catholics, who are Muslim, and learning to talk about the things that really matter most with different groups of people. So a couple of quick recommendations if I could. That are not classics, but I think to understand kind of what has happened, the book I would recommend first and foremost would be Allen's bloom, the closing of the American mind, which is now almost 40 years old as 1986. But Alan bloom is a professor at the University of Chicago. And during his 40 years from the late 40s until the 80s, he witnessed this seismic change in the kind of students that were arriving to campus. And in the course of a few hundred pages, he impacts kind of what was happening, a new book is also out called the battle for the American mind. David Goodwin, Pete hegseth. It's a great book. And it talks about how really intentional and really kind of radical, not just Democrats, but radical fringe progressives were able to grab hold of things like accreditation, things like teacher certification and really have come to dominate a lot of the Ed schools in the United States,
When Did Education Shift? Jeremy Tate Weighs In
"When do you think that education shifted from the way it was for this 2000 years to whether that's becoming just different in different places or maybe becoming more woke? How do you feel like that kind of change began? That's a great question. I think if you had to put your finger in one place, I think it's actually right around the beginning of the compulsory education movement, which really starts after the Civil War up in New England. And so part of what was going on is that when they made education mandatory in New England, there was actually some denominational confiding among various Christian groups about exactly what was getting caught. And they kind of used that to take religion completely out of schools, but eventually that led to not just religion, but really morality in general.
WHO: COVID disruption resulted in 63,000 more malaria deaths
"The pandemic killed millions, but it also interrupted efforts to control malaria, according to a report from the World Health Organization, malaria killed over 600,000 people last year, mostly in Africa, cases and deaths went up in 2020 and continued to increase in 2021, according to a WHO report. The organization found the pandemic made it harder to implement preventions like distributing bed nets, resulting in 13 million additional infections and 63,000 additional deaths. Officials are also concerned about a new invasive mosquito species thought to be behind a spike of infections in the Horn of Africa, it thrives in cities and is resistant to many pesticides, WHO malaria official abdic salon nor says they're hopeful to roll out of the world's first malaria vaccine next year will have an impact still the vaccine is only about 30% effective and requires four doses. I'm Jennifer King
"one k" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Control. It's your own plan. You can take money out anytime you want. Now, you still could get a penalty if you take it out early, But it's available to you. 41 K money is subject to plan rolls, and it's not always available to you unless you retire or hit a certain age. So Uh, you have a little more restriction. There are benefits keeping money in a 41 K. It has good creditor protection often better than your IRA. But at some point you're going to leave the company and that's when you're going to have to make the choice. Do I want to keep the money with the company plan? Do I like the investments or do I want to move to an IRA or even a Roth IRA? You know, That's another thing. If you have money in a plan, you may not be able to access it. But what you could do if the plan for one cake your company has a 41 K And they also have a rock or a one k. You might be able to do an in plan Roth conversion convert from your 41 K to your Roth, four. Oh, one K another way to move from forever attacks to never taxed again. There's a tax cost involved, but I told you at the end of last segment, that's the secret. Get rid of that tax deferred money, pay some tax now and get rid of that problem. It's kind of like paying off your mortgage early, so you don't have big problems later on. Now in your IRA, you have the most freedom and flexibility can pretty much do whatever you want, and probably the best reason to have an IRA and you have to go through. There's a whole bunch of pluses and minuses in each account, whether you keep it an IRA of 41 K. In fact, I opened my book with that exact discussion. The book opens with a section called what to Do with the biggest check of your life. Stay put. Roll it over, Withdraw or convert to a Roth IRA and I give the pluses and minuses and this may be the biggest check you'll ever see. It could represent 30 40 years of work so again, you need to work with a specialist. And see which plan is best for you in your IRA. One of the big advantages you get to work with your own personal financial advisor that works for you..
"one k" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"What I'm saying is it always you need to expand your friend group. You need to expand your circle of who you know and ask many people for for help in areas that you're not a Learned professional in so I would never try to fix my own plumbing. I'm not going to fix my own refrigerator. I know nothing about cars, but I do know some things about the market and money in real estate. So I'm going to go to the smart people that know how to do that stuff, and I'm going to take care of what I know. So you have to know your limitations and scared is not good. Scared is a very bad place to be in. So if I'm scared, my car is going to break down. If I'm scared that my engine is going to blow If I'm scared of these things, I'm going to deal with it differently than if it didn't really matter, and I had a backup car at home, right, so you need to take action and educate yourself before you really need to take action, So that way you can think about it, and then it's really hard for me to tell her not to get emotional because she's emotional about everything. She wears me out. She's emotional about grandkids. She's emotional about her kids. She's emotional about the dogs. She doesn't make decisions off of rational decisions. She makes it off of emotion, and she is the worst in the market with sort of stocks and securities. We have to keep her in very, very, um, easy to understand very plain investments because they don't have as much volatility. She's nervous about the market. Every time the market goes up or down, she's worried that she's going to lose all her. Money and she didn't have it in an IRA and 41 k right now, and she could take it out and just put it in a safety deposit box at the bank. She would. But there are penalties against that. So even though she doesn't like it, she is invested. And that's the way a lot of people are. You know you don't like the situation that you're in. But can you get out of it? And just because you don't like it doesn't mean you need to make a rash decision to get out of it. That could cost you more money. So again. Emotional decisions are very hard at this workshop today that I was at they They spent a whole hour talking about reverse mortgages. So that's something that we want to visit again about reverse mortgages. When is the time to get a reverse mortgage? What do you need to know about it? And don't let your back up against the wall before you Wave the white flag and asked for help. That's that's all I'm saying. So with a lot of these financial issues, the house doesn't have to be on fire. When you make that decision, you should be able to plan out just a little bit further. And if you're not comfortable with the people that you're talking to find more people, the trick is to find people that are successful at what you want to be in. Right now, A lot of people the entry level to become a loan officer and a realtor are very low. You have to pass a class. I don't think you can have any felonies. But other than that, you're good, and you got to pass the test. So if you do that you're in, um you don't have to necessarily have the highest integrity level. They would like you to But you know there's a lot of sharks out there in all businesses and then a lot of people are non trusting of other people. I met with a financial planner the other day, and he's like I want you to call a few of my clients and talk to them about reverse mortgages. They're running out of money, and they don't know who to trust. And he said, I trust you and I would like you to make those calls from my office. And I said, Sure, I don't mind talking. I want you to be able to hear what I'm saying to your clients, and then if I can help them out of a hard spot or prevent them from even Getting in a hard spot to start with. That's what I want to do. And I think that's kind of the story about all of this. When people are thinking about moving or thinking about listing their their house for sale or moving or changing jobs, you need some outside person. You know, I verbalize a lot of stuff as I think it through, because if I just keep thinking it, it just kind of spins around in there and without any new information. It just keeps spinning in the cycle that it's in. And when you give me new information Then I'm able to maybe come up with a different opinion. So, uh, I don't know that the Internet is the best place to go to, but you've got to have trusted professionals in your area. And if not call me I'm not licensed in every state. I can't conduct business in every state, but mortgages or mortgages in every state life insurance is life insurance in every state, and what I want to tell you to look for more than anything is some delayed gratification. A lot of what The problems that we're seeking today are Poll that want to jump into something and they're they're rummaging through their 41 k This lady that's buying a house. She hasn't saved all that money. She's actually going into her four Oh one K to buy a house. That's the worst possible thing to do. She doesn't have enough to do that. And so she's sacrificing her retirement for a house right now..
"one k" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"She would. But there are penalties against that. So even Though she doesn't like it. She is invested, and that's the way a lot of people are. You know you don't like the situation that you're in. But can you get out of it? And just because you don't like it doesn't mean you need to make a rash decision to get out of it. That could cost you more money. So again. Emotional decisions are very hard at this workshop today that I was at they They spent a whole hour talking about reverse mortgages. So that's something that we want to visit again about reverse mortgages. When is the time to get a reverse mortgage? What do you need? Need to know about it. And don't let your back up against the wall before you wave the white flag and asked for help, That's that's all I'm saying. So with a lot of these financial issues, the house doesn't have to be on fire. When you make that decision, you should be able to plan out just a little bit further. And if you're not comfortable with the people that you're talking to find more people, the trick is to find people that are successful at what you want to be in. Right now, A lot of people the entry level to become a loan officer and the realtor are very low. You have to pass a class. I don't think you could have any felonies. But other than that, you're good, and you got to pass a test. So if you do that you're in, um you don't have to necessarily have the highest integrity level. They would like you to But you know there's a lot of sharks out there in all businesses and then a lot of people are non trusting of other people. I met with a financial planner the other day, and he's like I want you to call a few of my clients and talk to them about reverse mortgages. They're running out of money, and they don't know who to trust. And he said, I trust you and I would like you to make those calls from my office. And I said, Sure, I don't mind talking. I want you to be able to hear what I'm saying to your clients, and then if I can help them out of a hard spot or prevent them from even Getting in a hard spot to start with. That's what I want to do. And I think that's kind of the story about all of this when people are thinking about moving or thinking about listing their their house for sale or moving or changing jobs. You need some outside person. You know, I verbalize a lot of stuff as I think it through, because if I just keep thinking it, it just kind of spins around in there and without any new information, it just keeps spinning in the cycle that it's in. And when you give me new information, then I'm able to maybe come up with a different opinion. So, uh, I don't know that the Internet is the best place to go to, But you've got to have trusted professionals in your area. And if not call me, I'm not licensed in every state. Can't conduct business in every state, but mortgages or mortgages in every state life insurance is life insurance in every state, and what I want to tell you to look for more than anything is some delayed gratification. A lot of what the problems that we're seeking today are people that want to jump into something and they're they're rummaging through their 41 k This lady that's buying a house. She hasn't saved all that money. She's actually going into her four Oh one K to buy a house. That's the worst possible thing to do. She doesn't have enough to do that. And so she's sacrificing her retirement for a house right now, and that's going to be trouble down the road..
"one k" Discussed on Start Here
"It's thursday august nineteenth and it always had to be this way for did it. We start here in an exclusive interview. President biden defiantly defended his choices on afghanistan. The idea that somehow there is a way to have gotten out without chaos ensuing. I don't know how that happens with desperation gripping the streets and pandemonium on the runway and you don't think this could have been handled better in any way no mistakes george. Stephanopoulos walks us through his one on one conversation and she made out of kabul for sister. Dinner not change. They are rating houses. They shot full. They beat them go inside. The conversations between family members as the taliban begins knocking on doors from abc news. This is a special edition of start. Here i'm brad. Mielke united states has one commander in chief at a time but when it comes to afghanistan the last several american presidents republicans democrats have made remarkably similar decisions taliban regime. It's coming to an end since initial invasion when things get bad you send in more troops. It has been a tough month in afghanistan. But it's also been tough month for the taliban. I make this decision. Because i am convinced that our security is at stake in afghanistan and pakistan. When things seemed calmer you start to draw them down. We have agreed that this is the year we will conclude our combat mission in afghanistan. But then things get fat again right so for nineteen years. No commander in chief has simply vacated afghanistan. America will work with the afghan government as long as we see determination and progress however our commitment is not unlimited until now many who argue that we should stay stay in afghanistan because withdrawal when damage america's credibility and we can america's influence in the world. I believe the exact opposite is true. Any images that accompany this withdrawal are just as bad if not worse than what those other commanders in chief might have imagined strongholds falling within hours. Afghan leaders accused of corruption. Saying yeah yeah. Alabama city is yours. I can go to cafes. I can go to restaurants. I can go shopping. Grew staying home wary of being seen. What some guy deems immodest dress and perhaps the most gut wrenching images so far people holding onto an american plane for dear life as our personnel fled the country without them. There's one commander in chief at a time so yesterday. Abc's own george. Stephanopoulos became the first journalist to sit down with president at the white house. Since biden made the final call in kabul descended into chaos and minutes after that interview. George got into a car and gave us a call. There is george how are you. I'm doing all right. How are you. I'm rushing a union station. let's not this out l. Let's do this. So i mean you spoke to president biden the white house clearly. He's sticking with his decision. Here right how did he characterize his decision making process to you. Know second guessing at all. He took on those who said that the intelligence showed that we'd have this kind of rapid collapse of the afghan military and government back in july. You said a taliban takeover with highly unlikely was the intelligence wrong or did you downplay it. I think there was no consensus. You go back and look at the intelligence reports. They said that like more likely to be sometime by the end of the year. He said no one told what happens quickly. The idea that the taliban would take over was premised on the notion that the somehow the three hundred thousand troops we trained and equipped was going to collapse. We're going to give up. I don't think anybody anticipated time. They'll take by version to keep a small force there. He suggested that he was being told. It would take several thousand more troops for von period of time and a lot of lives if we were to say. He's not second guessing his decision. I don't think this could have been handled. This actually could have been handled better in any way. No mistakes no. I don't think it could have been handled in a way that they're going to go back in hindsight and look but the idea that somehow there's a way to have gotten out without chaos ensuing. I don't know how that happens. I don't know how that happened so for you. That was always priced into the decision. Yes and so he saying there was intelligence but was this a failure then to listen to the intelligence or he's just saying we always knew this would happen. I i asked him. Was it a failure of intelligence planning execution or judgment. He conceded nothing. he says. This is basically always going to happen when we withdrew when you had the government of afghanistan the leader that government getting a plane and taking off going another country when you saw the significant collapse of the of the afghan troops. We had trained to three hundred thousand of them just leaving their equipment and taking off that was you know this is what happened as simply what happened he. Where does this go here. Things get worse if people start being slaughtered if women are being arrested or beaten for going to school like is the plan. That's going to be like. Hey the taliban they were in the country now. The president is sticking by that august thirty first deadline with one big exception. He saying that troops will stay if we stop to get americans out and if we stopped to get a little more on our afghan allies interpreters translators. People helped us through the war effort commitment holes to get everyone out that in fact we can get out and everyone should come out and that's the objective. That's what we're doing now. That's the path. And i think we'll get so american should understand the troops might have to be there beyond august thirty. First know america's and understand that we're going to try to get it done before august but if we don't the troops don't will determine if the time who's left and and if you're american forces if there's american citizens left we're gonna stay little get them all out s for you know. The taliban taking over the president said it's a matter of priorities. It's matter par hard-boiled nash. Security calculation so there are a lot of countries where women are are subjugated where women are discriminated against women face violence and lack of rights. He said well we don't. We can't send our military in a to solve those problems in every country in the world to such high stakes for all these decisions here and the pictures are almost universally alarming to americans right. But i do think that it's tricky for americans to figure out you know who's responsible for these images right. Is it president biden because of the way he just did this withdrawal. This president trump actually kind of orchestrated negotiated withdrawal. Talking about george w bush forever. I mean how does biden see this as his mission or z. Cleaning up after others. He's been pretty consistent over the last fifteen years. He wanted so that. I think that's one of the reasons. He's not conflicted right now or not communicating any sense of being conflicted about this decision. But we've all seen the pictures we've seen those hundreds of people packed into a c. Seventeen we've seen afghans falaise four days ago five days ago. What did you think when you first saw those pictures. I thought was weird. We have to gain control this. We have to move this more quickly. We have to move in a way in which we can take control that airport and we did. He did suggest that had president trump made the agreement with the taliban might have had a slightly different time. Why but no second guessing at all on the big decision the strategic decision to withdraw from afghanistan. Last question political one i. I don't know if it's too soon to go to politics. But what does this do for. The image of the joe biden white house and the democratic party going forward with. That's going to be a big question. I don't think. I don't think we know yet. I was talking to some white house officials today. Suggest they do you think he could take a bit of it there on the other hand i think the president is firmly believes that the american public pretty firmly agrees with him on the big picture. The twenty years in.
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"one k" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"John. Why don't you break down the firsthand or relay the action of the first hand to the listener so our regular game here on tuesday. Five ten no limit. Six max cash on ignition san starts with brad and the big blind. The button opens to twenty dollars. Brad calls with queen of diamonds screen. Jack off suit brad. You know the buttons a regular a fish. I can see that. He's starting with a ninety five. Big blind stacks. Oats little hard to tell so. They appear to be a rag even though my sample size on them is not very not very big. Just because that's how ignition roles but they do appear to be a rag veep tipping something like twenty nine percents opening like eighteen percent pre. No three bats yet. But i mean that's the thing that can happen over. Forty seven hands with a small sample size. Okay sounds good. So but no bins. We defend queen jack off suit. A flop is nine of spades. Eight of clubs do some diamonds. Ninety three. we start with the check. The button starts with a large bet. That's forty to seventy five and two forty five. This actually really big. But i think having a big size on these low middling boards is definitely not uncommon to see. I guess we can just talk about here if you have a preference I saw like how you would rather continue resume. You're never folding to overs in a gunshot and the nut got shot so it's either going to be between a caller chuck raise for you. Why do you presume that john. The fold very exciting tactical tuesday. Today i check full to the flop. So i mean when it happened i i kind of remember the thoughts that went through my mind and it was like a typically opponent struggled to raise appropriately versus these big sizes out of position here. So because it's somewhat of an under bluffs spot. I just going to go f- go for it and check raise. I think chuck calling check calling his viable as well. I think the problem with check raising this big size. Is that with all your potential straight draws that you have if your check raising all the combos check raising likely way too much but without said like i. I think check raising. Here's just fine. Yeah the other thing that i noticed. Was that this village on the button as one hundred percent. Wop seabed stat. I don't know how many c- betting opportunities that that is over but still like someone with one hundred percent flops. But i'm definitely going to be more willing to attack with a wider check raise range than normal mo. I was gonna say that that's important because villain shouldn't be using this large sizing at a very high frequency really any information no matter how small can be important when villain chooses a sizing that. They're not supposed to use very often like if we see that they're c- betting all the time then. It's very likely that they're overdoing it. Yeah okay so you check raise I guess the other thing that we should talk about after we've decided that we want to check raises. How large should recite check. Raise this almost pot on the flop and as eight hundred eighty five behinds after. See but yeah i mean. I don't really love the sizing that i use in game. I think i probably should have gone larger. I went effectively. Three x dig. It might be exactly three ex villains bet risking one twenty six to win eighty seven. I think the problem with that as villains just got a lot of natural continues on this board lot of straight draws just a lot of hands that are gonna get sticky. I mean even when they have like an eight or nine there probably continuing so this is folding out like some qinghai type hands or eisai type hands but let them get two and a half the one needing twenty eight percent equity to continue in position. I think just is not very good on my end. Yeah and this is something that actually. We just talked about briefly. A couple of days ago was like preferred check resizing on the flop. And how at least for me. It looked like i was making this mistake. That you made in this hand whereas just checkers way too small on all over the
"one k" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast
"We're going to lose this check. Right phil often does give up in. These spots does but like from like a meta point of view like by moving in either. The things over. We'll have to think about it anymore over in a great spot. i kind of like that or otherwise. We're just in a really shitty spot are having being in a great spot. Yeah nagorno doesn't look superstrong came in if this didn't come in. I hate moving in here. Because i think you're right in the garage. Probably calling with this kings but now he's probably most of them. Let's get them to fold that king. All right let me moves in for thirty. One k grew snap folds with nine seven nine but like. You can't really call right yeah..
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"one k" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Want to start the hand number. One that i played about a month ago and i played it on a poker coaching. Dot com playing explained livestream as well so Brad's hand starts with us at a five hundred table playing five ten. No limit cash on ignition. Brad is under the gun or excuse me. We're finding five handed. So brad is in the middle position with eight seven of spades opens twenty five dollars the player in the cutoff. Who looks like a rag. Three about two seventy dollars. Everybody else folds caught off and brad are. I guess we should finish up. Ashen brad bets to two hundred thirty dollars. Oath brad and the cutoff started about a hundred and forty five big blinds effective on rag but his three about sizing was team very very small even versus a hundred big stack versus two and a half x. Open making it. Seventy is definitely smaller than what i would expect. I'd expect closer to ninety or maybe even one hundred out a huge deal. I think the more interesting. Our pre flop is your decision to four but actually don't actually think that villains throughout sizing somewhat reasonable at this depth and because they're in position. I don't think they necessarily need to go super big because they can. They can go smaller here. Then they can defend very appropriately versus four bat swallow retaining position throughout the rest of the hand. And if i call very often facing the small three bet sizing then basically. I'm gonna be out of position in a deep sack pot throughout the rest of the hand which is going to be pretty annoying to navigate so actually think villains three about sizing here is it's reasonable. I don't think it's it's definitely not a not worth nitpicking over the sizing for sure. Yeah in seventy eight. Suited is gonna be commits close to the bottom of my. Mp opening range. It's a handed. I mean again. I'm probably defending almost everything except for some alike off suit. Ace jack off type hands. I think those hands are going to get folded but pretty much fitting everything versus small three about sizing and need to find some hands to forget with for board coverage and then also bottom of range type for hands that could flop pretty well can give me some equity post flop and like i said can cover some some of the lower middling type boards that we would like to have some good hands on those boards to so because of all of that. I decided to go ahead and four about this hand if it does five bet which i don't know that they're gonna five bet really anything here even aces and kings. I think those hands might just flat but if they do five bed it's obviously pretty easy to fold the seven hundred and eight.
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"one k" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"Abrash in the comics you certainly come to side with him in the face of evil similarly with kali though sam had a great speech very effective a one of the best written for the show. Did you gain sympathy for carly after death. I sent me did little bit little bit. Was sam you know. I think he he phrased so eloquently that he didn't have a problem with her goals. It was her methods. That was the problem the way she was out. He literally in fact she was misguided which is exactly the point and ray continuing is still viewed her evil in the way she didn't consider human life and in brackets. He says she indirectly even says battle stars. Life was pointless very influence. She was a little bit of a sociopath that regard so though i very much sided with sam when he told off the senators i couldn't find the same empathy sam had for carly i think arro- was written quite opened down in that sense. I think we're meant to feel disgust. Then have empathy for her but it was quite a difficult thing to balance. I guess that's the point though. Everything isn't necessarily black and white. Don't think that's that's the conclusion of the message. I haven't missed any now. I just want to make sure i have anything. They're going to cut you off ray. So no exact exactly. I'm just going to check you. Troll here are the hibbs exactly. That's right now we don't we. Don't edit anything whatsoever just checking out here we go okay. Kazaa empathy. No that's it yeah. He everything isn't necessarily black and white so okay so i just went to double check. Okay yeah well. Thank you ray for riding in very much. Yeah next time you can. It's you're okay to come through the front window front door instead of the back window. Like i said exactly we. You woke of your concern. We we definitely appreciate you listening. And watching the fan of the falcon of the worst soldier with us because this has been a ball you know and i really enjoyed it. I've really enjoyed talking with nick. And so if you wanna be like holly david ray write to us at fatal cast g. dot com that's phantasm cast at the g. Mail dot com where you find.
"one k" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"Be killed by the police. Go vague ear right in superheroes which in the marvel comics. Superheroes is reflecting the world outside your window because marvel likes to say. Hey you know. We're the convicts company that addresses these kinds of things where you know. That was one of their big slogans back in back in the day that staley liked to consider marvel the the world outside your window and so when when these tv shows these marvel comics tv shows. I might stress are doing that. I think that you kind of need to appreciate why that's happening. And if you do have a problem with it you need to. I think probably should do some self exploration about why you have that problem. I'm right with you. I do think some so searching required from these individuals who feel this way not to mention if you want. tv shows to be more sophisticated russia's the way you go if you just want to kind of ignorant dumb kind of series of people fighting yeah slice. Vela's slugfest exactly. How do you expect this genre to move forward to be recognized at a higher level if you don't su dress like this also. I didn't think they were particularly preachy. Either i've seen some breaches shows. Believe you me you and i actually to knock on tangent charles for you and i watched penny dreadful city of angels right and you felt that was excessively preachy. A little bit a little bit. I know that there's some criticism of supergirl because that's show can really get up on the soapbox down then blatantly so but here i mean this subject matter that was addressed. Here you know in this episode has been addressed throughout the previous episodes. Exactly it all. This is just a culmination of that. This is where it's brought to. Its climax in the story. And you know. A very transitional. Moment for sam wilson so. I don't really get you knew that going in. Why are you suddenly so upset about it. Now unless you're just upset that again that a black man is captain america. Now i as i mentioned. I just think it's people being bought sore about where everything's been happening..
"one k" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"Yes so that was nice to have that little bit of continuity throughout all these episodes because they look great in thought. She did a great job at direction in this series. Oh so well paced charles this. It was amazing how quickly this episode possibly by in the sense that just the action packed there was emotion and everything was addressed and tied up so well. I take my hat off to this. Kind of finale. Didn't few clunky. It didn't drag on and you got a little bit of everything so definitely kudos to it just carries for room for sure. And hopefully you'll get more and more projects and bigger projects. 'cause now we've seen what she can do right so hopefully she will get more more work to do when it comes to the mc for sure nice if she got a certain movie yes which will talk about this. I'm so hoping they do give her that. I think that would be a nice little bit of continuity if she she took over the next captain america movie as we learned in going to happen so we told you so if you remember last week so seeing is she ushered in this new captain america. I think we'd be only fat disney to give this woman. Yeah johnston the movie. I think she proved it. I think she proved she can handle it so here. We are the final episode. What else was your general reaction to this. Because i gather you enjoy the finale. I thought you appreciate that wrapped up a lot of loose ends like you said yes. Was there anything else that your actions regarding this episode look. I don't think you could have done any better than this. Because i suppose you possibly could have done in a second post credit scene teasing future movie. That didn't happen. But i'm still satisfied because maybe unlike one division waited. Leave a lot hanging threads hanging out. It didn't really. It was may because some people can see it as a cop out. I think this was less of a cop out. In the sense it concluded the yard. It said here is where we're at. The objective was to be a coming of age. Show if you will or the next era and they accomplished that so there was nothing. I felt unsatisfied about the only thing that was unsatisfied. About was they were anymore episode. I'll happy about it. Chose did you have any nitpicks complaints. When he came to this finale. Though i mean i was trying to read some of the online reactions to this and unfortunately there's a segment in. I kinda knew this was coming given the subject matter in this particular episode. There's a there's a contingent that obviously hated the idea that this was this episode is bogged down in. What they they feel as he'll woke miss. It's the politics of everything in in trying to understand why people for whatever reason think that a hero named captain america wouldn't have any kind of political connection exactly it comes with the territory right right the name america..
"one k" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
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"one k" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
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