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Dr. Scott Atlas on Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins Colluding Against Great Barrington Declaration

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Scott Atlas on Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins Colluding Against Great Barrington Declaration

"Doc read the book Obviously one of the publishers involved in the publication of this book I was blown away by it from the start So much stuff we heard from the media that it just seemed to be misinformation You expose in this book given the real trusted behind the scenes account I'll put it up on the desk here So Fox nation folks you can see it My first question to you doctor You've been a source for truth on this and sanity on this coronavirus pandemic from the start Yet others sadly doctor haven't I believe Doctor Fauci being one of them And given the recent revelations about him and Francis Collins colluding behind the scenes to politically attack the authors of the great Barrington declaration of later been proven right with some of the recommendations I mean why does this guy still have a job doctor He's been wrong consistently the entire time Fauci that is Yeah well that's a difficult question to answer Obviously I mean here we have somebody And this is the point here People Doctor Fauci and doctor birx our government bureaucrats in government positions for 40 years And the reason that people stay in those kinds of positions for 40 years is not because they're politically neutral It's because they have the skills to navigate a heavily politicized environment by making friends with their people and agencies by making friends with people in the media And basically these are essentially political jobs They are bureaucrats They're not scientists They're not critical thinkers as I found out in my meetings with them They're not open to debate and questing and using the scientific method which is basically based on the free exchange of ideas and then knowing the evidence and coming up with a solution And so it's hard to say why they have a job these people but they are very skillful at keeping it

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Chris Reed & Rick Joyner Tell Us About MorningStar Ministries

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | Last month

Chris Reed & Rick Joyner Tell Us About MorningStar Ministries

"Remember that I said I would have my Friends Rick Joyner and Chris Reed on the program? Well, here they are. Rick, Chris, welcome. Well, good to be with you. Good to see you. Don't get too excited. This could end at any time. I could pull the plug on this interview at any point. You know, Rick, I was joking that you passed away in a hang gliding accident and that Chris took over the ministry. But evidently you're very much alive, you're looking vibrant. Why would you pass over Morningstar ministries to a young pup like Chris Reed? That's my first question, but I'm not going to let you answer it yet. First I want you to tell me or maybe I'll tell my audience that you founded Morningstar in 1985. So you've been doing this thing for a long time. Maybe I don't know. Tell my audience who don't know about Morningstar. What is morning star? And then explain why you turned it over to that young that kid sitting to your left. Well, born east star is a multifaceted ministry. We have churches, fellowship of churches, ministries. We have publishing we published, I don't know how many books we have music recording. We have television, we have we bought the old heritage USA property is now our headquarters. We call it a heritage international, so we have a conference center. We host conferences. We do just about everything we can in order to take over the world. Now, if you want me to explain why I'm turning all this over to Chris, it could be insanity, but honestly, I believe that it is something the lord is ordained and I'm honestly very excited about

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At GOP Gubernatorial Debate, All 5 Candidates Suggest Biden Didn't Win

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:18 min | Last month

At GOP Gubernatorial Debate, All 5 Candidates Suggest Biden Didn't Win

"Here's the question that's caused many stories to be written cut number 16. I'll be giving you doctor Jensen before we look forward to it back to the election of 2020. And you're paying it in President Biden win at the constitutional majority of the Electoral College. If yes, I would think of it as your conclusion. And if you know what you see in which states people and why. Okay, now we're not going to play the whole thing. I just wanted you to hear the question because I repeated it a number of times. I think four out of the 6 candidates and the question is exactly, I want to make sure I say it the right way. Did President Biden win a constitutional majority in the Electoral College? If yes, how definitive is your conclusion if no, please explain which states you think are in dispute and why? All 6 of them sidestepped it, though senator gazelka answered, we use the Electoral College. One and senator Benson said on the only time I followed up on a question because she didn't answer the question the first time around was he was certified. I think that is an unusual answer for all 5 of them to give, perhaps it wasn't the first question the first question was why are you the most electable candidate? And mine was the second question, but we had a rule no follow-ups, and we add a rule I did too, and then John and Kyle didn't want each and then I did too. And then they did what that sort of thing. So I kept to it, but it is drive written a column about it, which will come out tomorrow about how I would answer it, but I'm not running for any office. It's not really up to me to answer it. I think Joe Biden won the election. I think rather clearly that there is one state much less the three or four that must be in doubt anywhere. And there was never any state in doubt anywhere in a traditionally cognizable way. So President Biden is President Biden. But I'm very alarmed by the improvisations that were made in voting rules, and I am very supportive of making it easy to vote and hard to cheat in 2022. That's the answer. Takes less than 75 seconds. That's my answer. It's not the answer. That wasn't their answer, and launched a thousand

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Sean Duffy Explains How the Jury Analyzed Video Evidence in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Sean Duffy Explains How the Jury Analyzed Video Evidence in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"Folks there's no one no one better than Sean to kind of use the prosecutor in Wisconsin As Shaun is a lawyer himself shaam as a congressman in Wisconsin nobody knows the environment Shawn my first question this was clearly correcting an injustice You are a very good lawyer The elements of the crime were never met I argued to Jenna Ellis before who agreed with me that there wasn't even reasonable suspicion of a crime here in that hierarchy of evidentiary standards Forget about probable cause or beyond the reasonable doubt This is a correcting and injustice this young man should have never been in court in the first place No he shouldn't have been charged but to be fair did he shoot and kill three individuals or shoot to kill to injure another Yes they had him on that And Colin admitted that But then he came around to the second portion which was was this self defense And this was the key of the whole trial Dan that we had so much video of what happened that you get these variant stories in a shady set of prosecutors who are pushing one narrative but the jury was able to go back to the video and say well let's look at what happened was Kyle rittenhouse and aggressor Was he was he a guy that was going through and chasing protesters with the old placards up and razzing protesters No he was there to help people And when he was confronted can I rittenhouse ran away In the video showed all that Dan And that's why I think this journey came back With the not guilty verdict and thank God for the video or I think there could have been a different result here and in justice would have

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Crowd Surge Kills at Least 8 at Travis Scott's Astroworld Houston Concert

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Crowd Surge Kills at Least 8 at Travis Scott's Astroworld Houston Concert

"So for the last couple of months, we have to have these safety focused parents all about vaccinating their children and having them wear masks when they shower. What if I told you that in Harris county, Texas, it was far more dangerous to go to a rap concert this last weekend? Then getting COVID as a young person. That's a statistical fact. Remember, San Francisco is forcing the vaccine for kids 5 to 11, even though none of them died. Now, what parents allow their children to go to these sad excuses for public gatherings called concerts, I just don't understand it. I don't get it. I don't understand parenting in the modern era. But what happened this last weekend, you might not have heard was a Travis Scott concert. Now, I don't know much about Travis Scott. I think he's married to one of the Kardashians. Is that right? Or was or is or they're all like polyamorous, right? Who knows? I can't keep up with that. Nor do I attempt to. That's Alex Clark's job, right? Just since you have a whole show dedicated to that, like the Kardashian marriage tree. He's dating Kylie. Oh, yeah. What a great role model. And so this I'm gonna say this, I'm gonna get blowback from the media, but it's true. What I saw based on all images based on all video and footage was nothing short of demonic, this last weekend, I'm gonna get blown up by the media for saying that. It's just true. You look at what you saw of this guy Travis Scott performing at what's called astral world, he performed for 37 minutes after the event was called a mass casualty event. And if you don't believe me, I want you to look at cut 17, he continues to sing if you could call his former music singing, while someone appears to have a seizure. Play cut 17. So what happened in astral world we're still not sure either it's a mosh pit, someone was stabbing people with needles, right? We don't really know. The essence of it. But crowd control medical procedures, all these things were not followed. And one of the main takeaways should first be is could you imagine if Donald Trump at one of his maga rallies kept on speaking? When people started to get overwhelmed and started get piled on, high schoolers in college students among the dead at the ASTRO world festival, which is a tragedy obviously, but the first question should be, what parent allows their kid to go to a concert like this when you're childs in high school. 8 children are dead or 8 people are now dead. From different high schools and colleges in a local area, one came all the way from Ohio for this concert. Which I just can't understand the draw or the attraction of that. It's like, yeah, let's go to a concert next to a 100,000 people when everyone's doing drugs and you might

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Biden Says Pope Francis Called Him a Good Catholic

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

Biden Says Pope Francis Called Him a Good Catholic

"Get to. I want to start with the globalists scenic tour throughout Europe. Now, I spent about an hour researching at this this morning and I found very little coverage about this. It was just kind of almost it was coverage as if this was the Emmys, or if it was the Oscars. It was like here's who showed up, here's what they wore. Here's how they wore their mask and the only questions reporters asked is who are you wearing? You know, what sort of fashion icon? Are they, are they, I guess advertising. So it started in Rome with the G 20 summit. Now these summits are largely a waste of time. It is nothing more than political theater. Joe Biden met with the Pope for an unusual amount of time. There is some Internet suspicion that there might have been something that happened in that meeting. We're going to do our own independent reporting until we kind of go through mentioning that one, but it's very strange meeting between Joe Biden and the Pope. And then the Pope comes out and he says, no, actually Joe Biden said with the Pope said, I don't think the Pope actually set up. He said, he had a Pope just wants to say, I'm such a great Catholic. Which I find very interesting for someone who is okay with a million abortions a year every single year how the Pope could call him a good Catholic, but I am not Catholic, therefore I'm not going to say much else about this Pope. You guys can email me your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com for faithful Catholics out there that have opinions of what he has been doing or his certain perspectives. And so that's what it started in Rome, and now they're in Glasgow, Scotland. And so they all flew from Rome to Glasgow for a climate change event. So the most obvious first question is, why did they stay in Rome? Or they needed a real venue change? Why did they go to Naples or Florence? They could have just took a bus. Instead, they had to load up on private planes, and fly all the way to Glasgow, Scotland for the continuation of the internationalist climate change conference. And so Biden has been pushing for a borderless society while he was in the Vatican one of the most militarized walled off communities in kind of nations on the planet. And then he gets in a private jet, Air Force One and flies to

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New York Post Reports Joe Biden Is Flooding Suburbs With Illegal Aliens

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 3 months ago

New York Post Reports Joe Biden Is Flooding Suburbs With Illegal Aliens

"New York Post Miranda Devine who is unbelievable Jack more fat Kevin Sheen Christopher dowski and Bruce Golding Biden is secretly flying underage migrants into New York in the dead of night Aren't you sick and tired of government operating this way ladies and gentlemen under cover of dark Without the American people even knowing what's taking place If you've been reading the Washington compost or New York slimes you wouldn't even know about any of this Plain loads of underage migrants are being flown secretly into suburban New York Here's my first question Who is deciding where the illegal aliens go Who is deciding where they go Somebody's making that decision and I guarantee it's right out of The White House It's probably Ron klain Our Susan Rice or one or the other Malcontents and reprobates They're clearly trying to affect the suburbs clearly trying to turn Texas in Florida This is a disgrace And why the Republicans don't at least draw up articles of impeachment I will never know I will never

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Terry McAuliffe, Democrats Were the First Questioning the 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Terry McAuliffe, Democrats Were the First Questioning the 2020 Election

"You know who was questioning the 2020 election before it actually occurred Ladies and gentlemen Terry mcauliffe remember the Democrats Questioning the 2020 election before it was actually taking place They talked about a lack of mailboxes Remember this rich That it was a conspiracy because the head of the postal system was appointed by Trump and there weren't enough mailboxes and they were removing mailboxes Remember that Remember they were the ones questioning the machine Where were they the dominion machines Remember they questioned the machines and the press were questioning the machines Remember all that folks Well Terry McCullough was part of that He was part of that and the young team has been running an ad About mcauliffe saying he was very concerned that 2020 election would be rigged Bill Maher asked him about it cut 7 go Do you think this next election is going to be on the up and up Oh I'm very concerned I mean I can tell you in Virginia when I was governor I had to replace all the machines His governor I got rid of all of our DRE I remember when I first voted when I went to Richmond moved down his governor I went and voted in 14 I just moved to Richmond Just got like the governor I remember I kept vote in the Senate race I voted for the Democrat Republican name kept coming up I hit the machine for Warner Gillespie's name lit up Three times that happened I did it four times So then I had investigation done So I took the machines and I hired hackers Listen to this Listen to this They were able to hack into our machines from off site off site in about 5 or 6 minutes We took them 6 minutes to hack into our atmosphere It would in four minutes they were able to change a vote It went up in two minutes change of our ID certified all the machines I was very disturbed by that It happened to me again the next year

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Your Kids Aren't Safe Consuming Tom Taylor's Comic Work

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Your Kids Aren't Safe Consuming Tom Taylor's Comic Work

"You've never heard of Tom Taylor either Tom Taylor is a writer for the new Superman comic book To new Superman comic book And he's very proud of what they're going to be doing with Superman now Isn't Superman Marvel Comics are my wrong about that D.C. I'm sorry DC Comics That wouldn't be marvel That's right And I think what this will demonstrate is your kids aren't safe watching anything They're reading anything You got to be very careful what you introduce them to The sky Tom Taylor is on CNN Why Because CNN likes what he's going to do What's he going to do Well let's listen Here's Tom Taylor Cut 18 go And I think the first question I had to ask myself was what does Superman what should Superman represent today And you said man if you're going to make a new Superman what should that look like And it struck me as it would be a real opportunity lost if we had another We had clock Kent replaced by another straight white savior So here was an opportunity to create a Superman who could represent a whole new group of people And I think that was one that we had to leave them And we'll be addressing modern day issues like The climate crisis like refugees John in the last issue has just been arrested attending a protest trying to stop the refound of asylum seekers He kept us 45 minutes of hard time is how he puts it But as a stand it's a very powerful thing Is it Superman going to be bisexual did I hear that too mister

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Conservative Historian Victor Davis Hanson on How to Pull America Out of Its Current Death Spiral

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Conservative Historian Victor Davis Hanson on How to Pull America Out of Its Current Death Spiral

"I'm always mortified. When someone i trust like you Sees what i see. Because i prefer to be suffering from from emotionalism or something you know and you write about it in this book that we're facing now is simply unprecedented. What do you say in the book about. What do you think what you think is possible in terms of of dealing with it. That's always gotta be my first question. Do you think it's possible for us to pull out of this death. Spiral i identify sick symptoms of three from the organic natural historical forces that migrations into a country without borders and the disruption of a private space the destruction of the middle class tribalism which destroys civilization. And then the elite postmodern forces that are destroying citizenship. And that's kind of a euphemism for the country as you as you suggest. And that's this administrative state. These two million people. It can be anybody from general milley to james comey and you know the score. And then people who are trying to change the constitution the customs whether it's the full buster or the electoral college fifty state union and then finally this globalization that our first allegiance to go to the un who were going to you know on the invitation from secretary. Blinken going to see whether we're racist or not so. All of those things can be reversed is what i'm trying to say

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Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

"It has been twenty years yesterday. The anniversary of nine eleven which is a moment's a day in history that i think changed all of our lives instead assan. Maybe even a different trajectory in life and it was difficult to look back on twenty years and certainly it made it even more difficult with the way that we were led out of afghanistan over the last month by the biden administration. Our first question is for mark levin and sad. We'd like you dr. Sebastian gorka to be our one responder mark. What is our greatest national security threat today. joe biden. i'm not cleaning. I am not kidding. The people he is surrounded himself with a disaster. He's got a secretary of defense that helped create the isis caliphate. He's got a sector stay. Who comes out of the ivy league. Schools really doesn't know a damn thing same with his national security adviser so when you look among those people it's absolutely a disaster. The idea that we've american citizens in enemy territory the idea that we would leave afghan patriots. Who fought with us in enemy territory. The idea that twenty years after nine eleven the taliban will be stronger and bigger control the entire country about ghanistan with the backing of al-qaeda and china and russia iran sees this north korea sees is all of our enemies see this we are in dire dire

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Masks on Kids: Science or Abuse?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Masks on Kids: Science or Abuse?

"Have to ask ourselves. The question is the chinese corona virus. The chief virus a serious threat to children. That's the first question. And so dr maccari wrote a story wrote a piece. I should say for the wall street journal where he studied. Tens of thousands of over forty thousand children with the virus was not able to find one child that died from the virus that did not have underlying health conditions and didn't have Some sort of immuno-compromised condition. And so you look even more broadly than that. This is from the new york times. I just wanna read this. Which has annual deaths among children in the united states. now this is per one hundred thousand people so children five fourteen years old. Have a two point one per one hundred thousand chance of dying from cancer. A one point nine per one hundred thousand chance of dying from vehicle accidents one point five per one hundred thousand die from suicide. We'll get back to that in the second point. Seven from homicide point six from cardiovascular disease point five from drowning point three from flu and point to from cova no that's not percentage that's per one hundred thousand so the question is if children are at greater risk of writing a clark school than while the sudden we now mandate the mass for children's. I think we're talking about two different things. And i think we'll have a fun time. Going back and forth at the unscripted part of this is do. Schools have the ability in the authority. And is it a good idea. I'm gonna start with whether it's a good idea that we can get into the other one. It's an awful idea. it's bad for interaction. it's bad for childhood development. We already see the increase in mental health issues that i will go through some numbers associated with that but everyone is kind of experienced that in their own way and saying to a child who is not at considerable risk of dying from a certain virus. That you must change the way you interact. I think it's child

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Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

Start Here

02:10 min | 4 months ago

Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

"Happy tuesday morning and tuesday morning. Of course means it's election day somewhere right. There's a primary election in cuyahoga county ohio. Today there's a special election for a state house seat in iowa. I see you polk county. Let's be honest. The biggest election of the day the one that will directly affect forty million people and perhaps indirectly affect far more. Is the recall election for california governor gavin. Newsom it's a remarkable moment in our nation's history this recalls about catching you while you're sleeping remember. This ballot is a two. the first question is a simple one. Do you think governor gavin. Newsom should be kicked out of his job and if a majority of voters say yes you go to question two which is who besides gavin newsom should take his place then as for. Who's replacing them. I have a thought the end of the day we could be looking at just a governor serving the rest of his term or perhaps one of the most bizarre replacement projects since arnold schwarzenegger was just an actor. Abc's political director. Rick kleinman following this with bated breath so rick know we talked about how california could be his own country. What are the chances that its leader. Gavin newsom actually loses his job today. We'll brightest prospects live a lot better than they did a couple of months ago there was sort of a scare that got shot into the political landscape across california and nationally when a couple of polls came out that suggested that gavin newsom would would have a hard time getting to fifty percent of people saying that he should stay. That's the magic number more than half half the vote for him to stay for him to keep his job. It's different for the replacement candidate but the polls stabilized significantly vocalized with all kinds of energy. That you have here tonight to vote no on this republican recall and i'll tell you democrats in california. They are thrilled with the turnout numbers. They've seen they've seen people showing up about equal to their their share of the population. Which means for a democrat california. You're in pretty good shape so he could take hours beyond tonight or even into the next day or even next week depending on how close it is for all these votes to be counted keeping might every californian got a mail in ballot but gavin. Newsom feels pretty good. And i think that's one reason you saw president biden and a lot of other big guns. Try to make the case for him. Down the stretch

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California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

CNN 5 Things

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

"It's the final stretch of the california recall election and the data may governor gavin. Newsom breathe a little easier. Latest polls show his position strengthening over the last week with his lead more than tripling in the past month today. President joe biden is expected to join some for the final day of campaigning. Cnn's latasha chan has more on. How voting will work spell. It has just two questions. The first question asked voters whether they want to recall governor newsom if the majority of people say no that he stays in office if the majority says yes. Then the second question kicks in that question asked voters who should replace newsom if he is recalled enlists forty six candidates to choose from the person with the most votes on question two becomes

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Remembering September 11: "Why Do They Hate Us?"

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 5 months ago

Remembering September 11: "Why Do They Hate Us?"

"It is falling apart as As we watch these pictures live the world trade center. One hundred ten stories literally starting to fall and three thousand people killed by a group called al qaeda. Not long after. That event occurred almost twenty years ago. The talking heads the self-appointed elites coalesced around one question. Greetings my friends sebastian. Gorka here from strategist to president trump. And this is america first on the salem radio network all those people who think thought they was special. Qualify to comment on those events people who had very little if any background in counter-terrorism on national security coalesced around one question which actually i think it was the cover of time magazine that published that question. Why do they hate us. If you're of a sudden vintage you remember that. In the weeks and months since september the eleventh the e cognitive inability of people in america who are deemed to be special. Why is educated. Who asked the question how. How is this possible. How could grown men with just box. Cotton in little canisters of gas of spray. That is used in self-defense. Turn they form of mass transit into a form of mass

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Saint Anthony Fauci Loses His Halo Over 'Gain of Function' Contradictions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Saint Anthony Fauci Loses His Halo Over 'Gain of Function' Contradictions

"Saint fouled. She has lost his halo over a year. The media has hailed the kindly scientist grandfather as some sort of infallible. Holy figure but now there's new reporting records obtained by the intercept that cast series doubts on fallacies insistence the no. Us money went to gain a function research. Now you understand. Gain of function research is where scientists manipulate viruses often making them more transmittable to study their affection develop treatments well foul. She has insisted vehemently angrily remember when he browbeat rand. Paul the nobody's talking about said saint fallacy in may foul. She insisted that the us has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the wound heart institute of variety turns out that according to these records obtained by the by the intercept that appears to be a lie. Last night congressman. Mike gallagher of wisconsin appeared on fox news and spoke to brian kilmeade about this shocking development that casts real doubt on the credibility and yes the reputation of dr anthony fallacy to me confirms what we've known for months which is that foul cheesy lied to us. He lied to congress. He knew that our taxpayer dollars were being administered by his organization to third parties like eco health alliance cooperative research gain of function research at the one hundred. And one question about it. He hid behind a highly legalistic definition. But more to the point he was

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The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

Radio Boston

02:00 min | 5 months ago

The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

"Elections are about. Who's going to win. I know that seems obvious. But it is worth noting because we have a really interesting situation unfolding with the preliminary election for boston mayor according to two polls over the last few days it looks like this may actually be a race for second. So let's try and make sense of those polls ahead of thursday's debate which radio boston and wb. You are are co hosting with. W c the boston globe and the mccormick graduate school of policy and global studies at umass boston here to help us do that. Steve casella president of the mass inc polling group. Steve is a friend of the show and massinc polling conducted one of the polls with policy for progress new democracy coalition housing forward massachusetts and education reform now advocacy steve. Welcome back to radio boston to be here. So lots of new information in the last few days steve. You're pulling data came out. Friday than the globe suffolk university. Poll released today both have city council member. Michelle woo polling. At around thirty percent they also have this cluster of acting miracle janey an council members and ib george andrea campbell. Really tight together for second so the first question does it mean that wu has her place in this preliminary election solidly in hand. Well i think we did. Nothing's certain you know nothing solid until everything's over you know that's one thing i mean. Just a fact about municipal elections is that They can change much more quickly than say a partisan election. you know. there's no republican. There's no democrat on the ballot. There's no kind of mental shortcut. People can take to where there's only one candidate that's anywhere near my as a voter my ideological space. So i'm definitely going to choose this one. You know in municipal elections. There might be three or four candidates that you're still choosing between so you know certainly you would like to be michelle Michelle lewis campaign given the numbers that that are the way they are. But i i certainly wouldn't say you know. There's no way that anything else can happen

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Balaji Srinivasan: Bitcoin at $1,000,000 Is a Global Government

The Breakdown with NLW

02:03 min | 5 months ago

Balaji Srinivasan: Bitcoin at $1,000,000 Is a Global Government

"I'm thrilled to present this rerun of my conversation with biology. Shrimp awesome all right biology. Welcome to the breakdown. It's really exciting. To have you here could be here. So i'm really excited for this conversation. I think you know what i am at route interested in with this show and exploring on. The show is how the world is changing and in particular. How power shifting. And i think that in today's world that is a conversation that is inherently in part about technology perhaps primarily about technology but we find ourselves in this strange moments and i guess my first question to kick this off is how did america fall out of love with technology. There's a great site called like. I think it's w. t.f. Happened in one thousand nine hundred seventy one on. I'm not sure the exact your l. But if you google that you should come across it which fingers that exact moment right around right. After the moon landing it feels like you know that was the mission accomplished moment for the general public's excitement about technology and what's interesting about it is so after that it's unlike like technology didn't happen but the personal computer sort of personalized the ability for individuals to pursue technology to his no longer a public sector thing and really interesting way of thinking about it is re personalized the pursue technology. Because you could you could kind of say that the grand era of american tech roughly is rather state tech roughly from nineteen thirty three to nineteen. Sixty-nine like hoover dam to including the manhattan project. The middle to the moon landing right. That was the period where you know. Centralized technologies central technologist favored centralization mass media mass production. Those led to the creation these gigantic centralized states the usa. The asare the pr see

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"one more question" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

04:51 min | 7 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"Kushtia right people are in love with their ideas. What i'm looking for is someone who's not in love with their idea but who's in love with the problem. Yes well because the problem doesn't go away and so when they're pitching me. I'm trying to filter out. Is this person in love with the idea. They're never gonna give up their idea. There are going to be an idea searching for a problem or have they found a really interesting problem and they understand the problem and they know who has that problem and they'll eventually find the idea that does solve that problem. Everyone who's been in a corporate setting and had a brainstorming meeting has had the person gets up front echo. Here's the gr- brainstorm ground rules. There's no such thing as a bad idea. And i go. No no no no. There's no such thing as a good idea. They're all bad ideas and our job is entrepreneurs is to figure out why they're bad ideas and start that as you said that linear non linear path of iterating. Our way eventually solve the problem. So yes someone who love with the problem but then as you were kind of alluding to you want the person with the grit and persistence and that drive that they know this might take a while. And that this is going to be hard and you're gonna have to keep your team together and you're going to have to be able to raise money to fund this crazy adventure And that's what you want and all the while. Keep your own enthusiasm high. I have one more question. I think we're at time. But i'm going to the little time if you don't mind decided automatic s this is your own quota on. Just ask you about it. Got a great one. I just want you to explain it. I think there's a lot to be learned parade. You said that according to tough love and a dose of humor with a with tough love and a dose of humor you can on earth on earth..

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"one more question" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Non residential purposes retirement funds Business ownership stocks bonds or various types of financial assets so that's a critical distinction at the outset and wealth is as you suggest a more significant or important indicator of economic security and opportunity because wealth can replace loss them. Come if you have an emergency that results a decline in your income like a loss of a job or a medical emergency to confront your family. If you're wealthier you're much better able to to weather the storm. Now how do we measure it out of. We compare the amounts that blacks and whites avenue in the united states. Can i just ask you one more question about the about the. What constitutes wealth so security and pensions. How how is that calculated into wealth because this is where income will Will determine your income will determine your social security payments to some extent and and your pension as well. How is that calculated in the context of of of wealth. Money yes absolutely. It's in the context of your retirement. Funds okay yeah absolutely. I just wanted. We'll check on the i now. Continue i apologize. No no question So the way in which. We measure People's wealth is by measuring the difference between the assets that.

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"one more question" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"From them and what i hopefully able to pass down to my kids and it's not just my parents also like my grandmother also had a huge influence on me which i've talked about before and she was like i also think i'm going on a rant but i'm also thinking about like what she provided for me since she lived with us. She was a refuge. She was a refuge for me for someone who like i said. Was you know. I was always like inviting conflict and argumentative and getting in trouble and things like that my grandmother. You almost just like need that person in your life to spoil you or need that person in your life who was going to tell you all the time how great you are and i know i know that sounds like something that maybe i wouldn't say and that sounds like something that's maybe. Is it all that healthy but as a child like you do need that source or that person who is just going to be sweet to you when you when you need it or even when you're acting up and that was what my grandmother and i could start crying crying but that's what my grandmother was to me. She but she was also disciplined. She also taught me a lot of stuff but to always have that like safe haven. If i was in trouble and my parents with my parents i would be able to go to my grandma and still you know you get you know get love and get a worthy original candy like i actually think it's important for kids to have that too so anyway. I'm very blessed. I had a very good upbringing with lots of different dynamics. I understand not a lot of people not everyone has So when you ask me what. My parents taught me a lot. A lot in life teaches you things to and really just to have the guidance in the safety and the security of parents win life teaches you those hard lessons. I think is just completely irreplaceable. So moms dads grandparents. You have the most important job in the world the most important job in the world. I think that we don't understand like what we give to our kids. Just by loving our spouse and just by providing them security and direction we can see. We can see the damage that it causes lynn. Kids don't have that and they grow up to be completely reckless in directionless adults. It's not good. It's not good and so we can pay it forward and we can make an impact. If you don't ever know what to do by the way people always ask me like. How do we change kohls. You're hundred changed. It starts at home like the family. As the incubator of liberty it is the incubator of for morality for values for a world view. Like you have the biggest influence and should have the biggest influence on your child and it's never to late to try to instill them with the values that are good of kindness and of personal generosity and of respect no matter what someone looks like no matter where they come from of seeing people as image bearers of god of caring about truth in real biblical justice. All of those things they happen there learned in the home. And that is how we can make an impact On the future. alright. I think i have time for one more question. Maybe a couple more quick ones. What version of the bible do you read. I use the english standard berge in. I like english standard version. Because i might have answered this one too already. But it's word for word rather than thought for thought in iv thought for thought translation. In a i think is another word for word translation k. Jv word for word translation in caja via word for word translation esp word for word translation the messages like broad concept for broad concept translation. So it's going to be a lot less literal a lot less exact in a little bit..

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"one more question" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"One more question and, you know, there's now been some discussion about. I think there's more desire to find out more about The origins of covid 19 than there was say a year ago. I think we were in the throes of things and just trying to keep people from dying. Um, So do you think that I'm not going to ask you to comment on What you where you think it came from? But do you think that's important for us to know is what the origin was and how it got in, you know, made the move to humans. Yeah, I think it's always important for us to have all the information that we need to make decisions for the future. And that's one decision. You know if if this, however this occurred, what can we do to prevent this from occurring again? We know that these that within the animal population Okay? Corona viruses circulate within those populations in sometimes they jumped to humans now, exactly how this particular coronavirus got into the human population appears to be, uh, up for debate at the moment, but we need to know how we can prevent This from occurring again. However, it happened and however, it is possible for it to happen again in the future. So that, uh, that we don't have to deal with this. The fact is that the Last several significant viral viral infections. You can go back to HIV. Certainly with SARS with Cooper Murders and Corona Bar, the Covid 19. These all originated from, uh in animal populations, and they jumped to human populations. So The more we know about that, the better able we are in the future to prevent this from occurring. Dr Zachary Taylor. Thank you so much for being with us today, and we appreciate your time. Thank you. You take care. We will repost this audio on show clips at Wdun so that if you have any questions or want to re listen to it, it'll be there. Lots more to come right here on the Martha Zoller show. I'm.

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"one more question" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

02:59 min | 8 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

"Because if he loves the he loves you then it's gonna be a different level of conviction when it comes time or integrity standard amd boundaries. Not just with you but with other people so bells. Things liberated me for sure issue also said you want secure man. She said especially in this culture that you if you got a lot of females. That are the breadwinners yala rocket yana. Yana waiting on her body. So you're gonna need a secure man. A man is jealous of your moves. I think that he's less than because you're doing this. You're doing that So bills is some notes. That i got in. It helps me with one more question before we get into the moment that broke the internet. What would you say was the lowest moment that you had in your singleness. Ou the lowest moment that i had in my singleness. That's a good question. it's all right. take your time. I about check. Because because i also want to know you seem like a different woman now. A light bulb somewhere came on even if it was just simple surrender. If it's it's up to you how however you want to answer that and maybe you did have a low moment. maybe it was just. You're tired of the run around the cycles. At think you just hit the nail on the head that was knee At talked about that in like my journaling experiences in it was almost like the lower was like you know how you have. Where's like what's wrong with you. We get annoyed with each other. 'cause i know you deserve better and scratch. That he had me to come across was The about a dog returning vomit. I was like the. I just got to hand it. Yes that was your moment. That's right that's right. It's in the book. i did read it absolutely. You definitely said the scripture listen. Dogs returned to their vomit. Full and then fools go into their folly like and we don't wanna be a fool because we know better at state farm. Everything we do is focused on building strong neighborhoods together. We know that a better world tomorrow starts with a strong neighborhood today. We have functioned on the belief that being a good neighbor means being good stewards of the neighborhoods we serve. It is not enough to simply do business with people you must also do good alongside them for. It's the right thing to do. You know i can think of a neighbor that lives across the street from my mother and they seem to always be there from a mother whether it was to help out with my father or to shovel snow.

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"one more question" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

04:08 min | 9 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"You don't know it's like weathermen we never know if they're right or wrong or whatever it's going to happen in your in the like where you're at we know like in your alabama or alabama so it. It's a here messin. We believe what they say or may not but it is it. It's life in. It's something that is so real that i feel like everybody deals with we. Don't talk about it enough so I would like to ask one more question along these lines to is that in this fighting in this like even goal planning any the finding of the again. I hate to harp on it. Bit the mental health aspect of it. That really really comes with that. People don't see that aspect. What would you invite them to help them understand a little bit better about mental wellbeing and then its importance. Always tell our students and you can anybody you have the right to feel however you feel if something makes you mad and you are aggravated the world if you are hurt if you feel broken and betrayed it you are on cloud now in. Everybody's like yeah. That was great. You're like no that was awesome. You have the ability to feel however you wanna feel and you should feel it. It's the way we treat ourselves in others in the process of how we handle our emotions in life and when we can't let go you know there's this part of letting go that happens when you're on the bottom and your broken of knowing that it's gonna it's gonna be okay. I can come back from this versus holding onto it as your crutch i can never be more than this in the same as if you're at the top. There's always going to be someone who's coming up. Who has a different approach in. Who's going to be better. You know you may not always be on top and you gotta let go of being on top because your season in life in life is like seasons it.

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"one more question" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

"Kids and the values talk about something you've learned about yourself about life in general through your kids because we of course want to be the parents and the teachers live. We want to pass on our experience in life and all that. But what if something that your kids have taught you either about yourself or about life. There was a moment very early on. We had Our son he was crying in the middle of the night. I was super stressed out with work. Go down the hall because it's my turn to you know comfort or child and it's it's late. I'm stressed in a goal over to his crib. I pick them up. Put him on arms. you know. Sit down on the rocking chair. And i say to them. It's chart in trying to get him to stop crying. I say it's all going to be okay. And i'm telling you at that moment. I felt god's love pouring down on me holding me in that rocking chair telling me it's all going to be okay. Don't be so stressed. Out of gotcha and without having a child and having that moment i'm not sure i would have realized you know what it is gonna. We're gonna be okay. As long as i'm following my core values now you can always go off the rails in you can choose make you can make bad decisions and wind up in a place where you never thought you would wind up but if you're living your core values listen it's gonna be alright and you always have that opportunity to realize dan if i do my best and if i if i love everyone else it's all going to be i. Don is such a touching moment. I thank you for sharing them because i know parents listening to this right now would really appreciate that story. And just that moment. Where you're just having that great bonding moment with your son. I really appreciate your sharing that and one more question before we get into some of the other good stuff is what is one big piece of advice..

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"one more question" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

04:34 min | 9 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"While that's powerful. I welcome everyone who has joined us on on stage You're welcome to jump in with questions or comments if you'd like Claude i do have one more question and especially since you know you. Work within an agency in agencies are known for their their high turnover. So how do you create the kind of culture where people wanna stay. What are some of your tips there. Yeah the it's it's a really great question because of course there's a retention is incredibly important to us and there's a a very big talent struggle right now going on however while there is a very big talent struggle talent war challenge to find the best talent. That's not really the end. All be all the end. All be all is creating teams and bringing people together that want to work together because that in itself will create longevity you know and and the longevity means that people will stay there. They'll probably recommend their friends. You know that kind of back kind of stuff so well. She's really important. You know they'll they'll you get the idea. I mean So you know in today's day and age and especially with the younger Younger set of millennials and gen Gen z that. We have Within the hallways here it's really important to be extremely mindful and extremely aware and awake of what they're asking for and i don't mean an entitled way i mean benefit wise. There's a this this. The generations that i just mentioned want different things for for example benefits. They want you know they want to make sure that they can meditate at work. They wanna make sure that they are getting exposed to some of the biggest ingredients thinkers in the world. They wanna make sure especially at our agency that they are working on some innovative projects and they are working with some awesome brands. That you know that are willing to try different things with their advertising with their marketing. Not that type of stuff. So i think that's a big part of it but you know we know that people stay at manage Stay at jobs for the people..

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"one more question" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on The Heumann

"And so that's that's what i think is so important around and the fact is i mean. We deserve to be all the things that we meet. We deserve it and and yet and still there's really value for us all When when there's more people that are that are in the room and that are given space up and that's the thing we can all be in a room but if we're not actually given the space to share and to be decision makers then it's not so yeah. Yeah i am very proud of the work that you're doing because i think overall in the disability movement while we are continuing really were on standing the movements reflect our diversity. We're really doing it in my mind in a way that's different than many other movements because we cut across everything exactly. I really hope that some of the outcome of her work is that other organizations that are not disability focus recognize if they too need to be including disability and there were absolutely. We're running out of time with one more question. -lutely have to ask you is that you are known where your design your clothing. Your earrings classes. How did you get into Being so engaged with fashion angry. It's a family thing if you would see both of my parents Might mad margaret in the room. My mom is a rural vape. Both are you know And it was always like when you look good. You feel good i. I don't have much time. But i must say that. I had i resolved in my thinking when i was younger. I used to do it to eight. Or what i felt like was A detriment which was you know the okay. There's this ability and lot of people will pay it back in dossey disability and that's definitely not were manzoor. I just wellstone colored. I love creativity. I love to counter. I love to paint. I feel like my make up is a palette. You know.

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"one more question" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast

The DogBone Pawdcast

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast

"More like that And it makes makes things a lot. More fun makes life a lot more fun and we're not here that long. We're only here for a while. So i think we should enjoy it. I think we should enjoy training the dogs as much as we do hunting them. I think we should enjoy more. That's one way to do it. So i just one more question got just gonna what your take was on feeding dogs. Like what do you look for in food and also kind of win you feed because being with the football background Buddies they all dogs so before we were always taught as a person before competition.

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"one more question" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"So these are kind of the criteria that we look for when we start ups supply. I would have one more question before we wrap this up. Is there like a really specific type. You're looking for you. Always talk about research. Is it more like research. Heavy like biotech companies. You looking out there or everything related to a healthcare because you could also have an app way can still your x ray pictures which will also qualify as healthcare is there a certain type of startups a certain orientational looking for we have soulful goose with our program reactor which we are which we've talked before look for a medical imaging companies but it's a soft focus so around sixty percent of the startups who apply to us or we'll be ready to fill out of course is going to be related to make gene but we are more driven by finding great teams and great dental you so we had a lot of hardware companies for example debt-related at can relate to a medical imaging county to a lot of different fields. What i personally prefer. But it's not really a criteria is to have a deep at the company so actually companies that are not just a marketing product. They are more based on definitely jaekle or research innovation. However as i said so this is a preference but but we have started off where we have startups where we still did. The team is so interesting so ambitious. There was not necessarily a great leap indefinitely nation but in terms of product innovation. So we also accept those so we have a soft focus and a preference for medical megyn companies. Which are which are hopefully deep death. But i encourage everybody. A who has an interesting healthcare product. We don't we don't work with pharmaceuticals about For really life sciences healthcare companies. If if you feel like if this fits you. And you can leverage industry giant like health care and the expertise. The universities are on that. And i'm i'm sure Who here this will understand..

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"one more question" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

04:19 min | 11 months ago

"one more question" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"We are not delivering a rule. We are delivering guidance. On how you can operate your lives at a higher level so the harming another the the the potential harming of yourselves the placing your hands in the fire for the joy of it discern to do that or not but understand that if you remove fear in judgment you gain clarity if you are up your spiral. You're not going to do anything that is going to intentionally harm another. There are certainly. There's certainly subjects on these topics where some choose to shift their focus depending on their vibration and in go from a scenario where they are very much in alignment to where they are out of alignment and then judging themselves because they fell into alignment with they allow themselves to do it and then since it was perhaps taboo in the culture they then when the vibration drops allow the judgment to come back that judgment of self even the judgment of others the more you understand vibration vibrational flow the more that will become clear to you how there are things you give yourself permission to do. And if you remove fear in judgment and you reviving high and you're giving yourself permission to do it. It is going to be a positive thing for you. But if you're giving yourself permission to do something out of fear out of judgment than the deliverable back to you on that is is going to be of equal value. It's going to be negative. I think that covers well. I covers the amount of time we have so we. We will take one more question. There is one more question that you have that that is is going to deliver a very transformative response for many k. Better figure.

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"one more question" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

Sex with Dr. Jess

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"one more question" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

"We're all going to be going back and forth matt masked up. I'm sure but we are already have. You seen the meme of the airplane where they're all going up the steps. You remember the old steps to the airplane where you actually walked from outside. It's all these people saying. This is how ready i am. I think we're all feeling that way. Absolutely thank you again all right before we wrap up. I want to answer one more question. Because we're receiving them in great volume so this lovely person writes my wife has a tilted. Cervix and sex can be uncomfortable for her at times. Also she usually can only orgasm will being on top. I would like to know the best positions four tilted cervix and how to get her to orgasm without her having to work for it. I like that not having to get on top not having to work for that really resonates this without leaving my bet getting off of my back. I appreciate this I will say with a tilted. Cervix it really depends on the length of distance between the entrance to the vagina. And when you hit the bottom of the cervix would depend on the angle it would also depend on the angle of the inserted object so there are a lot of things at play here. I will say the best position for most people with volvos to orgasm. Tends to be any position where they can rub and grind against the it so sometimes being on top feel so good because we can kind of rock back and forth sometimes from behind feels good because you can reach your hand down and touch her clitoris. Sometimes lying on the bed flat feels really really good as you. Squeeze your legs together because you're able to grind against the mattress. What are you laughing at. I'm just laughing because it sounds to me like you're actually doing some work lying down. I thought you were you. You wanted to do nothing for it to just magically happen. Don't you have a toy for that. A unicorn so to say what the best position is very difficult. I have had clients who have had issues with pressure against their cervix. Who have found that sex from behind so sort of doggy style can help and that also has to do with the padding of the but and the thighs reducing the depth of penetration. So one thing i will say for the tilted cervix. Is that something that can help. If it's the depth of penetration that causes discomfort or pain. Is that the not so deep. Donuts those props that basically look like a small donut and fit at the base of your penis. So you can still feel like you're thrusting all the way in and out but there is some padding so that is not going quite as deep. I think that can really help. That's great all helpful tips. I other things are a again to go back to it. People with all those are more likely to orgasm from oral sex for manual sex from using toys. So i wouldn't get too hung up on penetration of course if you enjoy penetration whether i'm not sure what you're using if you're using a a penis or if you're using a strap on anything also that allows the vagina to control the depth of penetration. Which again might go back to why she can orgasm while being on top. But i do think it's kind that you're asking you know how how to get her off how to give her an orgasm without having to work for it so i hope that's a little bit helpful Not so deep donut..

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"one more question" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"one more question" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Got one more question here for you, Mark and we're talking about why people decide to do it alone. The financial world is too confusing and complex for me. I'll just keep my head down and keep putting money into my 401 k. And I'm sure it's gonna be just fine. What would you tell that person? Who put my head down and just ignore it. That's what that that's what that statement meant. Put my just just ignore it. Don't worry about it because I had nothing. I don't know enough about it. You know, I don't wanna have to worry about it or focus on it. If you feel like that, folks, you really do need help. And a firm like us. It is not us. Someone like us. You need to be calling. You need to get some help and work with a firm that looks out for your best interest. Look for a firm that cares about you. Do they first about needs cares about your specific situation. It's not the same solution for everyone. Everyone situation is unique. And because it is confusing to you, it's really, really important that you work with a firm that is not going to talk over your head. Is going to keep things simple. They're going to talk in terms that you understand where it's just having a conversation about what your goals are. What your dreams are what you want retirement to look like, and then we sit down and crunch numbers. You're not the numbers cruncher. We do all of that, But we need to know how you feel about things. And if you can have that conversation than folks is just a simple is picking up the phone, giving us a call. So for all callers who call in the next 15 minutes get that financial roadmap review performed on your portfolio. Let me go over one more time. The value that you can get when you come in and get that and you visit one of our neighborhood offices again. It's called the financial Road map. And it's called the financial Road map for a reason, because the first thing we do is we have created a financial picture of what your situation is. Right now. Some people say it gets too simple. Well, No, it's not too simple. It's sometimes the first discussion that you have to have with one of our teammates here at the Lloyd Group in Lloyd Advisory Services, where you get a clear picture. Exactly where you stand. You get our recommendations were going to give you some recommendations on how maybe you can better things were gonna list the concerns right on our financial road map. We're going to show you the concerns that we feel are there. We can't tell you exactly what we think you should be doing to improve your situation, And obviously you can be the judge of whether or not you want to act on it or not. There's no pressure here, literally. No pressure. It is very educational. In addition to receiving that financial plan as part of the financial road map, we give you a retirement income projection or you're gonna be okay for the rest of your life. Do I have to worry about whether or not I'm going to run out of money? And maybe more importantly, what rate of return? Will you need to make on your money in order for that to be okay? In order for you not have to worry about that will do that for you. We're going to also add a stress test of your portfolio, not moving it over to our firm. But just looking exactly all the pieces that you have maybe many, many different accounts crunching them all together back testing it through times of crisis, maybe, like we're in right now in our country. Some people say the Knicks crashes imminent. Who knows? We don't know. No one knows when that's gonna happen, But it's so important to have things stable, and I have things protected that in case it does happen, But we don't want to abandon the market because the markets where we get growth as well, we're going to give you alternatives so that we can de leverage the risk your portfolio. How about that the risk it It's all part of our financial roadmap review for all callers who call in the next 15 minutes that calling at 1 807 4942881 807 49428 8000 of people have taken us up on this offer right here in Atlanta and all throughout the suburbs in our neighborhood offices. Be sure you're one of the next folks that were able to help call today. 807 494288 807 494288 is your number to call..

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"one more question" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"one more question" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

"A first any parting thoughts about how to get a positive online review or testimonial before we wrap up. And then i have one more question for you absolutely testimonials. That's something that's very important getting testimonials from recovers say you own a restaurant right and somebody just had a great dinner. Why not get a little video of them. Saying oh my god. I just had the best dinner blah blah restaurant or oh. Hey i just got my lawn mower repaired. You know bob just six months lawn more and it was good he came out it was done perfectly video..

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"one more question" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"one more question" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

"Probably you know in. Hindsight probably may be not as good coach because i was probably not performing at my best when i was at practices because i was not in a good head space because i was stressed and because i was overthinking this you know making decisions that were based on things outside of i should have been looking at it. It's neat i think in especially in a comedy to have those serious issues address and they're dealt with kinda funny but also in a very real practical way. He has a support group and they offer reasonably good advice. You know i mean in a funny way but you know. There's lots of good positive messages that come out of that as well. I think it I was surprised that that was an element of the show and pleased that it was an element of the show. Yeah i mean when you're when you're not at your best when you are are to stress to kind of focus on even just barely taking care of that day's practice you can't get all that extra other stuff like six showers or ensuring that the that players conflict is being managed or as being a kind of controlled no positive way like once you start losing control of like your own your own ability to kinda govern yourself like how. How are you supposed to leave the team. And it's tough could like just like you're saying like the expectations whether that's what you put in your own mind or if that's actually what's coming from the group could be sometimes different things but either way it's still puts a huge mental load because the the assad is always like well if. I'm not like someone else's definitely doing this like my rival team or someone else may be wants this position. Like someone's willing to do this. I need to step up and do this. But that's not always the way it needs to be. I think it's really tough to like. Stick to your guns in any kind of established that like this is my process. This is. I'm gonna work. Just like ted did and sick to. I think that's maybe one of the hardest things to do coaching. Definitely yeah. the. I know we're getting on a little bit will. I'll give you one more question. And we'll wrap things up What's is like some of the biggest takeaways that you took from the show that you will be bringing into your own coaching ice or just regular life for me. It's just it's it's transformational coaching like..

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"one more question" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"one more question" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

"He said this is what i'm going to learn and how i'm going to learn it and this is how great me and what game and it worked and so that's what we did. I looking back. I think the thing that would we would have lost. The most is the closeness of our family. Just because we would have been so busy and that you know home schoolers can get busy too. And i have to state that is. I know a lot of homeschool families that run their children into the ground with activities just as much as if their child was going to public school. We chose not to do that. We actually went and lived on a farm for five years in the middle of nowhere and just learned a of different things out to take care of cows and chickens and milk cows and crazy stuff but but the relationship. I have with my kids now that my boys are in their twenties and they want to be home. They want to sit in visit with us. That they both are still living here and working and we like that. They haven't. They haven't decided that they want to break out and do anything different. So in your opinion it's beat the easiest question to answer but Do you feel that your children appreciate all the effort that you put in your next this point my kids all do. My daughter does way before my voice did does because she's a girl and we have a close relationship already but But i i think so. I you know i. My daughter has told me many times about just the struggles that her friends had in. My daughter's also on the autism spectrum of my kids are slightly on the autism spectrum. I guess i would say. I've never had the younger to diagnosed But they have friends that struggle with with sensory issues and being allowed places and in just needing some of those breaks and they see that they can take those when they're at home where there then. The friends that they have that are in public schools. Have a really hard time coping with those things. Were things i hear. I i work with a lot of families especially ones that kids in private schools were around. Ryan was very costly college tuition kind of cost and afford that often. You got to pretty high powered. Parents make bringing home nice paychecks. But at the cost of work long hours or being traveling or often have. I don't say they choose not to but just the reality is. They don't have particularly close with their kids and they don't get along. It's just that they aren't just the sheer amount of time. They have to spend together. You have to spend time to appreciate what i'm doing what i'm paying school. They don't care. I i grew up. I was walking both ways uphill the school yang cliches byrant. You know that. And i haven't gotten to really know my parents until probably my mid forties interesting one more question for you..

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