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America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Is Joined by Devin Nunes, CEO of Trump Media
"Of the Trump media group, the man responsible for that juggernaut that is truth social, Devin Nunes. Happy Friday. It's great to be with you here on Friday. Big week. You know, I came into the week, thanking, you know, wow, it's first of the year, what could possibly happen? And then all kinds of things happen. Holy hell broke loose. Yeah, it's been quite a newsweek Fridays. We usually try to have some fun, but there's just too much important things happening. We had cash on the show earlier and now we're going to go deep dive with the man who made it all possible. So let me just get your initial. We'll talk about the Twitter files drops in a moment that have now completely utterly vindicated you. But first things first, the hashtag Biden files, where do we begin? I mean, forget absurdist. Well, it's in my garage. No, it's not your garage. It's Hunter Biden's garage. Just the mere fact that president Trump's home was raided by armed federal agents, and now every day we find a new cotton of top secret SCI documents in some building associated with Hunter Biden, or Joe Biden, your reaction, Devin. Well, look, I was actually doing a Fox business this morning. Maria bartiromo show, and afterwards, I ran it, and I was getting a cup of coffee, ran into someone and lady was asking me about it. And then I realized she was asking questions, well, yeah, and I think make a lot of sense. Well, can't a president or a vice president have these documents? And then I realized, you know, look, I think it's good to take everybody just back to the beginning. And sea bass, you are an expert in this. Because you have worked in the intelligence world in the past. So let's just talk about, let's first set aside that, yes, president of the United States has declassification authority. So the whole Mar-a-Lago fiasco will just come back to that. But let's just talk about classification and of documents how it works, how one gets a clearance, that sort of thing. There's a whole process, whether you're in the military or any intelligence agency, you go through a process to get your to get your clearance. You have to figure out
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Chris Kohls on Why 'Back to the Future' Might Be the Perfect Script
"You why I think that people say it's a perfect script because some people say it's the perfect script. Hang on, I don't know if by the way, by the way, the perfect script that they couldn't sell for ten years. While the early drafts weren't very good, I've read the early drafts. Oh, you have? Oh my gosh, you're more of a nerd than I am. Well, when I was in college, I studied film, and one of the scripts I read was an early draft of Back to the Future. And I remember thinking like, they fixed it. They did good. But you know what's interesting is if you watch the whole first sequence the first set of events before he goes back in time, everything matches up so nicely. Everything is like foreshadowing so perfectly what happens that the whole film really fits together like a puzzle. And if you've seen this film's main times as I have, you know exactly why they put this in this particular spot or whatever. And they foreshadow so many things and so many things make sense together as the film comes together at the end. I think what they did is they wrote the film and then they went back and completely rewrote the beginning so that things that would happen later match up to things that they were foreshadowing at the start. They kind of finished the script and went, okay, now we have to rewrite the beginning to match what we did toward the end. And everything works together like links together so brilliantly. It's all intertwined so brilliant. I think that's why people think that it's a perfect script. But it's hard to say that it's like the perfect script because it's a time travel movie. And
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The Eric Metaxas Show
How Kevin McCullough Was Banned From Twitter
"In the world? Are you banned from Twitter? I forgot about this. Well, that's the funny thing. The day that they banned Trump, I said, in a post within minutes of it coming out that they had banned Trump, I said, we're waiting Twitter. We're waiting for you to impale yourself. My point at the time was that they were taking their number one most prized piece of inventory off their store shelves. No one had as big a following on Twitter as president Trump did. And no one was more followed, more hated, more loved, more watched, more just curiously followed than anybody in the platform's history than president Trump. And as a publicly traded company I might add, they sabotaged their own value, their own worth by basically taking, it's like going into a pastry shop and you have the one set of donuts that sells 90% of your revenue. And you're like, well, we're not going to make those donuts anymore. Just throw them in the trash. And then you wonder why you didn't have the same number of customers coming back. That's what they did with Trump. So by putting him back on the shelf, and he's not indicated he's going to return to tweeting or not. I kind of hope that he will, because I think that Twitter does offer the rare intersection of people of divergent viewpoints to be able to actually have that conversation. But even if he chooses not to, the fact that Elon Musk did it, I think demonstrates good faith with his stockholders with the people that are consuming the material on Twitter and so forth. And the fact that they accused me when I said that Twitter was impaling itself by sabotaging itself, they took the word impale as a threat of violence and they said I was literally just the way you took the word bonkers literally a moment ago so they made the same terrible error and you're telling me that all this time you have been unable to be on. I just find that so amazing and
The Charlie Kirk Show
Leaked Documents Outline DHS's Plans to Police Disinformation
"There was a massive story. That quite honestly, we should have covered yesterday. And we're going to lead with it. It is a story that should be dominating the entire news cycle. It's a story that thanks to the intercept, we have learned some incredibly consequential information about the Department of Homeland Security. So let's just kind of first set our terms. What is the Department of Homeland Security? DHS is a branch of government that was founded after 9 11. I believe completely unnecessarily. DHS was duplicative in some ways. TSA is under DHS border patrols under DHS. It was just another branch of government that at first was sold to us as being able to go after the terrorists. But in reality, DHS is actually here to go after us. So all of this new information that we have about Department of Homeland Security again, this should be the number one news story in the country. Not the Pelosi story, not even the polling story. This right here should make the midterms even more important than ever before. So the intercept, which is a rather effective website I have to say. They used a mixture of leaked documents and materials obtained through recent lawsuits found that the Department of Homeland Security is actively engaged in colluding with social media companies to police your speech. So now that the war on terror is over and is basically gone away, DHS doesn't close shop and fire their employees or go focus on something else. No, this is the permanent domestic surveillance industrial complex. You see, DHS has now pivoted to a new self appointed mission. Congress never gave them this mission. We never voted on it. This is the fourth branch of government just gone awry. Their self appointed mission of fighting toxic narratives online, assisted by the FBI. Now, the two have been holding by weekly meetings without any knowledge from Congress or other people, which makes really makes you wonder what is Congress doing all day long with media outlets. Since the 2020 election, that's right. The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have been actively holding meetings with media companies.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Pastor Robert Jeffress: What Is a 'Christian Nationalist?'
"Of the woke evangelicals as I call them, they would profess to be a conservative Bible believing Christians, but they're among the leading voices telling Christians not to engage the culture anymore. Well, that's right. And look, they have conjured up this boogeyman called Christian nationalism, which is nothing more than an attempt to shame Christians in the not voting their political beliefs. And look, yes, there are a few nuts out on the right. Who professed a love for their nation above the love for God, but that's not most Christian nationalists. I'm not one of those. But if you're talking about Christians voting their biblical values, if that's what a Christian national Christian nationalist is, count me in. I'm one because I think Jesus commanded us to influence the culture. And Todd, they say, oh, we shouldn't impose our values. Christian should impose their values on our country. Look, every country is built on one set of values, somebody's values, the question is, whose values are going to determine this country's direction and the left, they don't mind imposing their values, their pro abortion pro transgender pro open borders agenda. Why shouldn't Christians impose their values, the values that were this country's foundation for a 150 years? Yes,
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
J.D. Vance Is a Fraud and a Liar Says Joel Stein
"Between Trump and COVID and just the fact that we could get to one set of the vaccines work, masking works, Joe Biden won the election. There's just, are we ever going to get to anything that resembles one set of facts again? I don't know, ever. It's not 90 times soon. Yeah. That's for sure. Yeah. And yeah, these candidates can be very even candidates who take JD Vance. JD Vance is not Herschel Walker. JD Vance is a smart person with a lot of world experience. But he is chosen to pretend. He's a fraud. Yeah. Right. I feel bad for rehearsal walker in some ways, obviously he's chosen to run for a Senate. He should be aware at least at this point that he's not qualified. But JD Vance is just a fraud and a liar and it is very upsetting. Yeah. And we haven't even gotten to the puppy torturer yet.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Steve Bannon Sentenced to 4 Months in Prison
"Steve Bannon has been convicted of refusing to show up and refusing to honor a subpoena. To Congress. So Bannon was summoned before the January 6th kangaroo court and like a God fearing American patriot. Steve Bannon told them where they could stick that subpoena. And now the latest information coming out of Washington is Bannon just moments ago. Was found guilty of two counts of contempt of Congress. And he is facing a four month sentence and a $6500 fine. Now, the Biden the Biden administration wanted him to spend 6 months in jail, and they wanted a $200,000 fine, Bannon is going to be able to stay free while he appeals the judges, the judges ruling. Each contempt of Congress count carries a minimum of 30 days in a maximum of one year in prison. Now, here's what you need to know about this. There is a double standard when it comes to justice in our nation's capital, ladies and gentlemen. There's one set of rules for the Democrats and another set of rules for everybody else. And I say this because former Obama attorney general Eric holder faced the exact same charge as Steve Bannon, except a little bit worse because Eric holder was accused of harboring documents and Eric holder was also accused like Bannon of refusing to honor a subpoena and show up to testify. But Eric holder was not sent to jail. Eric holder was not fined. Neither was Lois learner, one of the most evil women in America. The woman who single handedly attacked and personally audited pro life groups, Christian ministries, and yours truly.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Ward Connerly on the Emergence of the New Civil Rights Narrative
"When did this new narrative come into the culture? I'm guessing it's in the 60s because many of the civil rights icons were not on board with the idea of affirmative action or what we look at now. It's almost like a grievance view of the world, victimhood, where you at any point sucked in that direction, what did you do, did you go to college? Did you? What's your story after you, as you were growing up? I went to a community college. I had about an a minor savage, so I sort of I didn't have transportation. I didn't have tuition, money for tuition. I had to borrow $35 to buy my first set of books. So I had to hustle a ride to go to a community college. There were four black kids in the neighborhood, all of them wanted to make something of ourselves, and we carpooled, but your question was, what did this all change? I think it changed later than the 60s. Primarily because the country wanted to make good on the promise of equality. We wanted to give black people a fair chance, but we went a little bit further than that. And we wanted to make up for what had been done. Problem is, once you start making up, you never know when to stop.
AP News Radio
Iga Swiatek beats Ons Jabeur for 1st US Open title, 3rd Slam
"World number one tech has held off a second set fight back by onstream to claim her first U.S. open title Schwandt bracelet the first set against a Tai chibo racing to a three love lead in just 8 minutes and went on to close out the one sided set 6 two The Tunisian again went down to three in the second but finally found some touch and force et cetera to a tiebreaker but couldn't close with the pole finishing off the win 6 two 7 6 securing the tie breaker 7 points to 5 The victory secured swante her third major title adding the New York winter her two French Open successes I'm Graham agar's
"one set" Discussed on WTOP
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The Dan Bongino Show
Julie Kelly: Where's the Investigation Into the Jan. 6 Pipe Bomber?
"You are all over that story The infamous bomber left all these air quote bombs at the RNC and the DNC Julie They can't find the bomber They've arrested what 72,000 people who were involved Where's the bomber What's going on with that How could they not know who the pipe bomber is Where is the FBI investigation into that pipeline Remember Dan the news about two explosive devices found outside the headquarters of RNC and DMC which are just a few blocks from the capital dot prompted the first set of evacuation That shut off panic that day And you're telling me now 17 months later 800 plus Americans arrested including Peter Navarro and beating GOP candidate from Michigan 17 months later those people are being arrested but we can't find out who the pipe bomber is He can't get the FBI investigation into it There's nothing It's completely dead Will this committee address that There's no way Stan It will be completely membrane hold
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Meet Mike, Dennis Prager, & Joey Hudson at the Next Town Hall Event
"This beautiful historic grier depot and we're going to have a great town hall evening of conversation of interaction, Dennis prager and I and Joey Hudson on stage, it's called patriots for America 2022 and Joey and I kind of took matters into our own hands. Ticket sales have been going great. I think they're all the VIP meet and greet, which is going to start at 5 30 at the Davenport, which is across the street in Greer. Catered by select restaurant in Greer, then the main event at 7 p.m. at the historic Greer depot. Well, I told Joe Joey and I got together and we sort of conspired. We said, listen, let's do a Memorial Day blow out special price for our listeners who will be in the upstate of South Carolina. We do that with my pillow all the time buy one set of Giza dream sheets get the second set free. The $90 off the my slippers blow out sale is going on right now. I like doing that. I love saving you money. So while pat Kelly, the general manager for the upstate's 94 5 the answer was out in California, Joey and I took matters into our own hands. We're now doing a 50 percent off general admission ticket price. If you text freedom to age 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5, you'll be able to get the tickets for the event 7 p.m. Thursday, June 16th, prager, Gallagher, onstage, with Joey Hudson, 50% off the ticket price for the general admission tickets. All you have to do is text freedom to 8 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Joe Biden; The Most Corrupt President in American History
"Promo code prager. Thank you, Dennis, and it's always a privilege. It never gets old, and it's never unappreciated. Dennis is unique, and there's no one else I'd rather fill in for. Many years ago, actually this house started many years ago Dennis said to me, you know, those are pretty big shoes for you to fill in for. Me, meaning his size. What does that Sean a size 12 size 13? What is this where? I don't even know. But he didn't mean his shoes were so big, right, he meant just, well, maybe he did because he told me I thought 12 or 13, I may be totally wrong. We've got to find that out. But big shoes they are because no one in the media is quite like him, including offering the inside he does in so many issues. So I just try to give you my perspective on life and issues and maybe one of these days my own podcast. You know, with all the teaching and everything else I do, it's been hard to get it going, but we will at some point. In this first hour I talked about whether we need a new Declaration of Independence to take back our country from the left. In this hour I want to talk about the specific charges against the king, because I said, right, the founders revolted rebelled against the king of England. As they seek to control our lives and make us into their left wing utopia. That's what they're doing. But if this is important, if you understand their ultimate goal, they're specific policy disasters, make more sense. You think they failed because they don't work. But they think they succeeded because they've created chaos and disorder. Just as with the policies of the king of England, so many years ago. But of course, Joe Biden is no king. He doesn't have a set of principles and he never did. Actually has one set of principle. That's the grow his principle. If you don't mind the pun. He might be the most corrupt president we've ever had. In any case, he's actually more of a placeholder for the left than anything else. And Kamala Harris, my God. Is she over her head? She must have always want to power to make up for her insecurities, of which there must be many. That's my guess. I'm no psychologist. Sean, do you remember the Peter principal? He's looking at me funny. He's just doesn't look that way. Of course. A quizzical look. It was the Peter principal said that you're doing your job well and then they promote you to the higher job and that's where you fail because you were very good at what you did before, but you're not so good in a promoted role. In my other field as a teacher, you wouldn't believe how many bad a system principles and principles there are. They might have been very good teachers. That's kind of what the Peter principal was. But she was an awful senator if you remember that. And an awful attorney general before that. I think Dennis even debated her once. But yes, you know what she was? A good friend of former speaker of the California assembly, Willie Brown. Actually, I don't know if she was a good friend, Willie Brown. You'd have to ask Willie Brown, right? We don't even know if she was Sean, why are your eyes going like cross eyed? You're not saying anything. Neither am I. But we never checked lily Brown about that. It's hard to believe, though, that these are the highest office holders in our country. They're an embarrassment to our country. But again, they're clearly being controlled by the left. Whether it's Obama, that's my guess, is people or other leftists. Do you remember the event weeks ago where Obama came back? I guess for the first time to visit The White House. And he comes back and everybody's around him and he's up mister terrific. And Joe Biden wandered around looking for someone to say hello to hip, just to say, now that was pathetic to watch. I almost felt sorry for him as bad as he is as corrupt as he is. But of course you have to ask this question. Why does Biden's wife and I kind of hinted at it in the first hour, she must be so obsessed with power to have ever cared about protecting her husband's dignity. What about his dignity? You can say, well, if your mean, you say you'd never had any. But in fact, that defines all of them seeking power to make up for their shortcomings as people. That's what I guess. They seek power to define themselves, especially power over other people. That's my best guess. Let me know what you think. One 8 prager 7 7 6. And it includes people on our side, too. Like Mitt Romney, if I had a guess, if you remember his father didn't do well running for president, I forgot the incident that happened on not going to say he cried or something that would have been, that was Mike dukakis, I think, of Massachusetts, but there was something, and all of a sudden he failed miserably in his quest for the presidency. So my guess is Mitt Romney's avenging for his father's undignified loss of the presidency. But, you know, I've apologized. Many times for being a delegate for it. He fooled me too for a while. But Dennis said he met with him and he didn't care about principles. Yeah, that makes sense. And Liz Cheney. Oh my God. Trying to preserve, I guess her father's legacy, whatever that was. If anything, she's tarnished what, with many of her pronouncements, she's tarnished what people thought about her dad, Dick Cheney. I suspect that all these people have deep personal problems, and I never feel that they care what is best first for our country. That they care best first, what's best for them. But they are part of the leftist cabal, whether they know it or not. What did the Russians call them useful idiots? So back to the charges. We had charges against the king and I mentioned in the first hour that's what the Declaration of Independence was about. So what are our charges begin with against this would be president. The stealing of the presidency. They never accepted Trump's victory, and they were willing to stop at nothing to make sure he lost. Including, as you know, the Russian hoax, what, two years impeachments, and the banning from social media. And now they have lawsuits against him and other enemies. Anybody who had anything to do with them. These people have no moral guard rails, except to win at all costs. That's it. And I said in the first hour, they're likely 20 anomalies over 20 that had to happen for Trump to lose. But they did win and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are in office because of blatant fraud. As the movie 2000 mules demonstrates pretty well itself. So, mister king Biden, our first charge you never should have been declared king because you ascended to the throne illegally. How many of you, you can call me one of the prager 7 6 7 7 6? How many of you listeners like me still cringe when they call on President Biden? I still have trouble with that. It's like calling the person who stole your house, the homeowner. And to add insult to injury, the king had his Justice Department, as you know, throw innocent people into jail, summoned to solitary confinement, as I mentioned, because of January 6th, and they call it an insurrection. I love that. That was an insurrection. I don't think so. Riff raff and all kinds of people maybe, but insurrection, I don't think so. Of course, your edicts at the very beginning like ending our pipelines and drilling the ending of drilling for fossil fuels and discouraging just the scourge leases, just the other week I think it was. But it's part of your plan, see, that's what I said. You got to understand what they're up to. That's their plan to destroy capitalism and markets that we're working here. To this day, even in light of high gas prices, you continue this policy as part of the Green New Deal. And that's going to help destroy our country. So what do they do? They printed a lot of money to assuage the peasants doing my analogy with the king with your trillions of dollars in giveaways. It's a way to make them more dependent on your government. When you make people give them money then they start to depend on the government. It makes me think of a story when I first started teaching. I think it was a fourth grade kid. He's running around the school building wildly. It wasn't my student. And I finally caught up to him. I said, you know, what are you going to do with this? What are you going to do with your life? In fourth grade, he said to me, I'll go on welfare. His family must have been on welfare. He already knew that term. That was his dream, I guess, or that's what he had hoped. So that's what you do with the printing and money. And as you know, with inflation at a control, it won't be long before your Marie Antoinette, Kamala Harris, says let them eat cake. Sean, you do remember Marie Antoinette? In history, if nothing else, Dennis did not debate Marie Antoinette. You don't have to look that up. Debate between Dennis Murray. But of course, I'm confused in two different revolutions. But a revolution we have on the streets through your defunding of the police, you're just less department allowing the left to right and commit mayhem to scare, get this now, the masses into needing your protection. That's what's going on. And of course, we know that the DA's all across this country funded by George Soros of letting them out. I read a story the other day. They can't get police in many cities. Who would want to be a policeman these days? You lock sum it up. They're out in jail before you could even say boo. And just like Putin protesting his liberation of Nazis in the Ukraine, that was a justification. You come up with this phony white supremacy, as the number one problem in our country, and the reason for the crackdown of our civil liberties. I can see all these juxtapositions with what you're doing and with communism and dictatorship. A long, of course, with charges about America being a white supremacist country because you use race baiting at every chance because you have nothing else.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Keith Rose Describes the 'Rule of Exchange'
"Let me just make sure I'm getting this straight, doctor Rhodes. Pfizer is basically saying, oh, these aren't, you know, this isn't real data and Marjorie Taylor Greene's full of it because, you know, we can't verify all of this. Isn't this the same excuse that those on the left used to debunk the VAERS data because they said they couldn't verify all the adverse events? Is this what's happening here? Right. You have to understand when you listen to the mainstream media or liberal progressives. I call it the rule of exchange. They exchange one set of data for another set of reasons. And they use it back and forth. A great example is the governor of your state Gavin Newsom, who is now trying to take the medical license from any physician they're pushing a bill right now at your state legislature to take the medical license from any position that quote promotes misinformation. And at the same time, Gavin Newsom, who locked down an entire state and is trying to force vaccines was out, I think it was 72 hours ago and his quote was where he's upset about roe versus wade. And he said, remember, my body, your body, your choice. So again, liberals use the slogans that fit their narrative. And if you say anything else, like you said, it's misinformation.
AP News Radio
Pastrnak scores 39th goal in Bruins' 3-1 win over Rangers
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AP News Radio
Putin announces Ukraine military operation, explosions heard
"President Biden is condemning what he calls Russia's attack on Ukraine the president says it's unprovoked and unjustified a premeditated war that will bring a catastrophic loss of life is that when the world will hold Russia accountable and that he will address the nation today to lay out more punishment which she previewed just two days ago while announcing the first set of sanctions pressure will paid even steeper price if it continues its aggression a defiant Vladimir Putin is warning other nations any attempt to interfere with the lead to consequences they have never seen he claims Russia simply trying to protect civilians in eastern Ukraine a false pretext the US had predicted he would use to justify an invasion Sager made Ghani Washington
The Charlie Kirk Show
A Fun Fact About 'Dragonslayers' Author Larry Schweikart?
"Show. Larry Schweikart, author of dragon slayer 6 presidents and their war with the swamp, Larry, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. How you doing, Charlie? Yeah, those are the glory days when I had a 130,000 Twitter followers. Those were the glory days and forget the followers, the wisdom you had was extraordinary. I got to tell you, you were spot on. You predicted Florida going landslide for Trump before anybody else. You were on top of that thing. You really were. So first, just tell our audience about your background, and then I want to talk about your book, which I find to be super interesting. Sure. Well, I'm a native arizonian and I went to Arizona state university and got a degree in political science, which I found totally useless. And then I joined a rock band had been playing rock and roll all my time through college and high school. And we went on the road and opened for groups like steppenwolf and Savoy Brown and tried a couple of records that didn't go anywhere. It was interesting. Somebody brought up today the who, we played the troubadour, which is the place that broke Elton John and we had one set on a Monday night and the who came in just after we started our set and stayed through the whole set and when we got done, they walked off like slapped me on the back Pete Townsend slapped me on the back and goes way good show walk. So they were totally drunk. I don't know what that said about music. Okay.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Grim Prospects for Jan. 6 Defendants With Washington, DC Trials
"The first set of trials for January 6th defendants is coming up soon. Early April, I understand. And in some ways, this is good news. In January 6th defendants have been held, many of them for months on end in some cases well over a year. Rand Paul recently was on Fox and he goes, he goes, it's ridiculous to keep people confined like this, people have a right to a speedy trial. They have rights to due process these rights are being abrogated. And he says quote to abandon those principles for political purposes is to abandon the very bedrock of American jurisprudence. Well, I think it's fair to say that the left has done that. Now, I myself have said that it's a good thing to take some of these cases to trial for the obvious reason that it allows you to put the government itself on trial to bring out the actions of the police and the government on January 6th. And this is something the January 6th Pelosi committee has been trying to conceal. The sort of looking over here so you don't look over there and the trial is a good mechanism to bring this information out, but in a recent article Julie Kelly makes the point, and this is a very valid point that this is a risky business because these trials are going to be held where. In Washington, D.C.. Now, the point here is this. These January 6th defendants have already suffered the wrath of the D.C. judges. And by the way, even the Republican judges in D.C. become part of the swamp. They live in the swamp. They go to cocktail parties and the swamp, their friends are swamp rats. And so they tend to absorb a kind of swamp mentality. And the people who live in D.C. no different. Now the idea here is that they become financially dependent. Career dependent on the government. On the trough on the swamp as we call it. And so as a result, it becomes very much part of their psychology.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"one set" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Agency until just now, when I realized I left my headphones at home, See, here's the problem. Well, it's a problem. It's not the problem, but it's a problem. I have one set of headphones, not just for work, but also for any of my personal listening pleasure. And I know I'm probably the only person left on the planet with an iPod. I I love my iPod. It's an iPod Nano. It's so cute and little and light. And it has all my music. And despite the fact that my brother gets very disgusted that I do not have my music on my phone. I've told him I like my iPod Nano. It requires headphones, Avi and so I was walking to the library to return a book on Monday afternoon, getting some fresh air taking advantage of the fact that there was sunshine after tropical Storm on re Bustled through my neighborhood and major parts the Northeast and so Got back after listening to the music while I was walking. I got back And I thought, okay, You should put those headphones in your bag because you're going to need those for work. And so I thought about it, but I was too lazy, so I just merely put them with the iPod Nano onto the table next to my bag. Because it would have taken so much longer, just to put the headphones in my bag. And what do I do? Of course, when I'm getting my coffee and my snacks before I leave for work, I left the headphones sitting right there on the kitchen table because I'm a dope. And so now I'm wearing someone else's headphones. I don't know who they are. Don't tell anyone. It's our little secret. Also, in the age of Kobe, you're not supposed to touch anyone else's stuff. But you know, I'm a rule breaker. I don't know where these came from. They could be headphones from Well, they could be. They could belong to my brother from another mother. Or they could belong to someone that I don't know. But they're sitting there Which means they're fair game, right? I'm an idiot. As if it would have taken me so much longer, Just to put the stupid headphones in my bag. The bag was right there. I'm gonna reach out. Touch it with my other hand, but no I was being lazy. I guess I don't know. Anyway. I'm now wearing creepy headphones. Like I said, It's just our little secret on that note. Well, won't this be a fun show? It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. Thanks so much for hanging out. We're live from the rocket mortgage studios. Do you need to know what it takes for a home to fit your budget and your family.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"one set" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Let's tap in now. With Tom Van Haren. He covers college football and recruiting, playing some double duty covering some golf this weekend at the Rocket Mortgage Classic as well for ESPN. Here to talk a little bit about the name, image and likeness ruling that came down on July 1st time. I want to start with the with what student athletes are able to actually endorse because certain schools like BYU basically says, if it's anything controversial, or Guess what they would deem inappropriate. No way Your student athletes can't do it and then other places are a little bit more lenient on it, but it feels like it's something that's going to be incredibly difficult to police. That is the law and the institutions themselves. How are they going to approach this? When you know it, become it ventures into alcohol or tobacco or any of those products is their rules in place right now that would prevent student athletes from being able to sign sponsorship deals with controversial and then air quotes, type companies. Yeah, well, I think the problem with this is that there isn't one set of universal rules for everybody. It's you have the has given some guidelines. Uh, and part of the guidelines were that the schools could really make up the rules as they go. So you have different rules from different schools. And then you also have some states that have come up with different rules themselves as well. So If your student athlete, I mean, you really got to do your due diligence and if you're compliant in the compliance department, you've got your hands full because 18 to 21 year old kids being approached by companies and and people with money. The natural instinct is that they're going to want to sign with them. And so I think it's going to be up to the schools as you mentioned like BYU, Um it's going to be up to the schools of what they want to allow, and and really what they want to let their athletes promote. And I think part of that is The A lot of the schools have partnered with some of these the creative agencies or marketing agencies. There's open doors. There's influencer J one s And I think they they brought those companies on for education and to help monitor and help with the logistical side of that, to really make sure that the student athletes aren't getting themselves into bad deals, and they're not getting themselves tied up with maybe a company that they even Outside of alcohol or anything, just maybe a company that they shouldn't associate with. So I really I think those agencies are going to help with that and help police that a little bit. Right, so I'm very cynical about all this. I mean, I think this is awesome. What should have happened a long time ago. But I also think I mean, basically, they've just made cheating, illegal or excuse me cheating legal because here's how I think this is going to help you tell me if I'm wrong. I think what's going to happen is a lot of these college towns. Will be local boosters or businessman who will sign these athletes to deals that make no financial sense, but it really just a way to reward them or get people to come play there. I could see it Alabama or Auburn. 10 local boosters. They basically put all of the players on endorsement deals just as a way to sort of reward them for playing for ST You. That's what I think is going to happen. Am I too cynical? Or does that kind of how this is going to end up? I don't think you're too cynical, but I think you're looking at it the wrong way, because that's already happening. And there are schools that are not participating in that. And so what? How I view it is You're you're actually opening it up for some of the schools that have been following the rules that now maybe they can have a shot at some of these prospects that are going elsewhere that are enticed by extracurriculars. Eight years if you have a smaller school that isn't paying players paying recruits. Now, maybe they could get a guy that they weren't going to get in the past that you can convince that kid and say, Hey, you can come here. If this is the school that you want to play for, But maybe in the past, you would have chosen a different school for other reasons. Now you can come here and you can make money and you can eat will help. You will help give you opportunities and we'll get those opportunities for you. And I think I want to be careful with how I say this because I don't want to mischaracterize it. But I do think that that's going to help some of the smaller schools. It's not going to close the gap in recruiting. It's not going to. It's not going to bring Alabama down a notch. They're still going to get great recruits. But I do think you're going to open up opportunities for some other schools that maybe didn't have them in the past. And so I I actually see this as a positive. I think it's a good thing. Because you're you're allowing some schools to get on a level playing field with some of the other schools that weren't following the rules. Spain and fits on ESPN Radio. Tom Van Heron covers college football and recruiting for ESPN and joins us via the Goodyear Hotline. This is not the same thing as players being paid. I think that that's one for the average fan who doesn't understand the differentiation between name, image and likeness and student athletes being able to cash in on that this is not the same as such and such student athletes going to this university and getting paid. For his or her services to whichever team now I'm wondering, though our teams are schools allowed to arrange these sort of opportunities to sort of serve as a recruiting tool may be a way to help a student athlete in their decision of like, Yeah, you come here. You're going to have something already lined up for you. Is that in play for institutions? No, there is and that's a great point that you made. It's not pay for play, and so it's. It's not meant to be a way to tell recruits say We're going to have this company lined up for you and they're going to you can line up in a row and they're going to hand cash out to you. If you come here will make sure that you get cash. It's not meant to be that it's it's meant to The the recruiting pitch that schools are giving right now is to show the student athletes to show that perspective. Student athletes what the opportunities could be if they come here because within the rules, the prospects or the players are supposed to set up. Their own deals. It's supposed to be outside of the name, image and likeness of the school. So if there is a player that goes to Texas, he can't sign a deal and run an endorsement or run a promotion that says it's Running back so and so from Texas. It's just his name. You can include the school name, So, uh, the pitch from all these schools is really If you come here, there's going to be an opportunity. Will help facilitate the education will help facilitate some of the logistics and financial part of it, But you have to go up and set your own deals, and I think I actually wrote a story about this. I think some of the schools are using that to their advantage right now wisely. A school like USC there in the Los Angeles There are so many opportunities in Los Angeles, and Spencer Harris, the personnel director there at USC told me he's telling parents and recruits right now. Why do you think LeBron James came to Los Angeles for his last act? Why do you think he chose this place?.
Biz Talk Radio
"one set" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Find broker who can help them acquire grapes by the Chinese how we sell them, and it's about 65 cases of tons of you do a little bit of math and figure out what you need to get started. Yeah, it's nice that it is accessible for people and I like to believe that most of time when people are coming in, they have the right intentions to make something great. Occasionally someone make some plunk, but they they tend to leave fairly quickly. But like you said, most people have the passion and you touched on that. You need capital to start a business and you have had capital when you started. Your business is so what advice do you have for making your money? Go a long way. Well, the first advice I would have is don't go into the wine business, but And I say that with your cheeky lot B as down, though, So when you come into the wine industry, you typically need about 2 to 3 years before you'll have a return. So if I harvested this cabernet sauvignon this particular year, Realistically, I would have to wait 24 to 36 months for it to hit the marketplace. That's a long capital. So when I recommend for people who want to come in this business is you have to understand your auto I models and I would have at least 5 to 7 years of available capital. Expect that negative for the police the first five years and then net neutral 56 and then profit after that, it's a long capital. Yeah, you really got to be passionate, passionate patient and and willing to persevere because then you have the market cycles. On top of that. So it is beautiful Though the once you are in this you're involved with agriculture. You're involved with the seasonality of just the sun. The winter the spring the fall. You have it all there and then you have this beautiful product. To come with as well. So I do think that having the great business plan, of course, that standard blocking and tackling the right idea with the wine and the right venue to market it all your friends going to buy the wine or they buy the one second and the third time So one has to be very careful because sellers fill up quickly. And it is lovely, though, because it is a product that not only do you can you age but if you encourage your friends, they tend to help you drink. Yeah, absolutely. Now you are self funded. So This is especially may be accessible for somebody who can self fund their business are their investors in this space? Is it something where you can get investors and start a winery? There are there are opportunities for that. I've seen that with some of my friends who have grown up with who have decided that they wanted to. Instead of taking all the opportunity and all the risk as well for themselves. They have opened up the opportunity, and they invited investors to come in and being an investor in the wine business has some remarkable part. First and foremost, there is access to the wives. Secondly, you tend to invest into a group of experts who are going to handle the winemaking, the vineyards and the go to market strategies. Then you get to partake in that so it is possible to either start something and to gain investors or to find really beautiful, high tier one companies to invest into it's all private market. It's all word of mouth. Its very substance gel. Um, but it's wonderful, so I'm not If you want it, you can find it. And I know that you're a big fan of having mentors. He speak to that a little bit, so I'm very lucky. I've had different mentors across the board. Whether it's a business mentor, who I looked to my father and my father, Michael Mondavi, really Helped to create Napa Valley in the California wine industry. You're not going to find a better mentor than him. He's seen it done. It built it and then done it again. So and I always think that my father is remarkably and one of the best teachers I've ever seen. So you know, I like to learn from him and I always encourage him to please, you know, have more speaking engagements go to deem is going to Fresno speak more because he has so much to offer. Um why? Making mentors them different type of topic finding someone who will not just tell you. What should you do when when the rains are coming? I pick now Do I wait, But someone who inspired you to think and to challenge you to draw it out of yourself to make these decisions. And I had a great mentor like that with Tony culture and who have no sense of goodness gracious since 1973 have known him So, you know, finding their mentors that you can trust to inspire you. And to me a mentor is one that pulls the answer out of you, but one that doesn't give it to you. Yeah. Oh, that's great. Now, obviously winemaking business, very competitive business. Everyone's got their own theory. And what makes you stand out? Differentiate yourself from the competition is that the label? Is that the price point? Maybe it's several things can you speak to what makes you stand out in competitive in this industry? You know, as as an industry. It's a little bit of everything, and unfortunately, there's there's great market Analytics. We can understand if you want to be a California A V A wine in your 10 99 a bottle. That is one set of matrix that that is is great. You know you you know in the supermarket channel, then you need to go beyond that. You need your advertising your funding That.
Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"one set" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"Back to my chat with rob loan a second but i want to talk to you about my friends at geiko. Do you own or rent your home. Of course you too. And i bet it could be hard work you know. It's easy bundling policies with geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy to too because you already have so much do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its gyco easy visit. Geico dot com today. Geiko dot com. So is there more frazier to come. Yes we're hashing. It out by now was created. Zoe sort of put a launching pad in place that we discuss what. Cbs and the guys at pamela plus oregon. It involves everybody in the cast. Some cast members are probably you know our wisely little leary event. So we're we're tweaking. Some of the script ideas and coming up with another draft like polish to invite them in a more significant ways. Oh okay this is where we're at as well saying how we have with is the groundwork for where frazier's i'm in the best thing i can say. Now these been like george bailey. Frazier started out that way. He's got an idea of how his life is supposed to go and it never works that way up in a situation where he hadn't planned on it and but of course ends up in the richest man in the world he gets all these relationships in this wonderful wonderful set of challenges everywhere. Except i think it's going to be fine. When do we expect it. I'm pretty confident will choose something by the beginning of the year and that has kind of them. We can turn a showroom in about two weeks but you know until mid may be timely. Water releases is it still set and seattle as well. Is that the idea or good. I think it's good to up leave for new beginnings and so that's what are i. I can't wait for it and before we get your current projects. What's your favorite simpsons episode. How did you get involved with them. Those are two questions you can handle them. How wishing in whichever order. I now shove it worked to say i would say i'm on this away. I was kind of hairpin. Die so i used to walk into the set of cheers often saying oh and everybody can get agreed on say or black yossi zero pressel sam. Simon used to be on the writing staff of cheers. He went off became extraordinarily offense as one of the creators of simpson's somewhere in the second season. Maybe i still don't really know where it says in the chronology of show sam gives me causes. We caught with this character. He's been in show already but he doesn't speed now he's gonna speak to find these Voice and can you sing a cole porter song. A small can of offense Are you still seeing. It's who i am the so he said we do know this fourth quarter song. Every time it's eight by. And i said yes. I know that song and i so often went. We recorded the first episode and it takes about a year and a half of these. It did them for the show. Go from recorded problem to fully animated product so a year and a half later. I hear you know. The show's been on. It was pretty well received and that a blame mine who was a professor at evanston illinois sends me a patriot. And he says can you believe this. It was the side of a building painted with a giant mural. Sideshow bob with the words underneath saying free sideshow bob. It caught the imagination of any number of juvenile people and there. And what's your favorite sideshow. Bob by would happen episode or more saying h spent for. I mean that's the moment the rake the rages greatest fan. Do you have a favorite line. Favorite sideshow bob line. This isn't over. Actually played my brother such a bob brother And i'm saving lisa embarked at the time in lisa's. Do of von. i say well lisa. You don't spend fifteen years as a homicidal maniac without doing a thing or two about guy so that's my favorite life. When that's written on the page you must say. I can make an apple pay five course meal out of that your luck. You must have just been in mental cartwheel's we must see written line like that for years to it a thing or two fantastic all right. Let's before i let you go kelsey talk about your your current projects that are going to be front and center for all of us the Film that the space between and the god committee. What did you like about this. What are you think of arguably. Because it's a felony to do something you haven't done before. And that's that's that's what i focus on. I tend to you know independent sometimes. There's a little money at sometimes there. Not so much. As that's fine off as between i just had to do because it's just reminding him. Half the guys grew up with a friend of mine entity was a songwriters songwriter. Who wrote some of the most famous songs you've ever heard. He asked a pretty long shadow himself. But we were great friends and He died a few years ago. When this part came on a well. I can dedicate little brave this this part decades as part to him a little bit so as inspired by what. I knew of him my love for him. He's a great guy this this characters.
Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"one set" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"Of. Maybe i don't know. If juilliard toddler class on how to corner that market on icon of television. So you got this phone call that years. Let's talk about that one day your phone. Who called you. Who explained to you. The character frasier crane. What was that pitch to you. How did all work out. There was used to work for paramount at the gulf in western building which is now the trump tower. Not the one i presented. I guess slow the first ones where it had a seriously condos hotels well So i walk into that place and it was gene w ability back then gulf in western and went up to see gresham see said i heard about you for mandy patinkin over because we done sunny art with george together sondheim musical and she said i love them last week i asked if he knew a funny leading men and these yossi Pretty funny go. So that's what brought me in. Explaining with frazier was and i thought occupied by this guy. She enemy subsides some written out scenes and i went home and look through them win in the next day in a red for her and then she said we're gonna put you on camera or do a camera tests personality test. Okay okay great. So i went home that day. I thought personality as see my play. This guy i think and i thought who is kinda. That's eyebrow little awkward. So i remember the my mother. You've niessen christian dior. Golf slacks were bright yellow. And i thought. I think that's the sky conduct animal chest and i realize crap they haven't been hemmed so having learned to do a nice cross stitch back nausea costumes. The shakespeare festival. I got him out. Measurement the beautiful job having been or those in kristen beautiful with a black blazer white shirt when on camera and that's been jimmy bros. basically Funniest guys ever seen. I've still don't believe in very charmed by that statement or flattered but nonetheless. It got their attention. 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What in the world was it like to be on the set of cheers when it was taking off and then as iconic a television show is there's ever been i mean they caught lighting. I guess casting they just nailed it with everybody and i was. You know blessed to be invited into that bunch i mean. They written themselves into a corner. Exposed nate had to break up. Sandy island so there was mildly. And i was looking to be able to get enough lasted. They cheat around. As was the stay with diane. So that it w Jimmy's you know arguably one riot skies in television certainly was so easy to get along with really really enjoyed him and of course i didn't know he was a kid first and then somebody said you know who he is. He's burrows kenneth mathurin. Girls used to watch him tell the truth. So it's what's my line. It was one of the other. We all sort of bob and ted what he enter Played coach rea-. Saying i still. I'm not and i get our haircuts role to this day. It's and so it's a big part of my life. 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Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"one set" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"Thrilled to have right here on my latest episode of just getting started gentleman who i've been a big fan of and i haven't spoken to in a few years when he appeared kind enough on my daily rich eisen show his new film or it's films space in between which had some theatrical run back in april is in a video on demand near you on june fifteenth and the god committee is coming to theaters on july. The second just one of the many projects in the world of calcutta here. I'm just getting started. Hawaii kelsey in our. I am better for chat with you. It is great to see you this pod. I started just a few months ago. When we were really thick in the throes of covid nineteen and thick in the throes of one. We might just get back to reality in helping people maybe get started with their lives their careers their stories because everybody has an origin story. And i'm curious about yours how you just got started kelsey grammar. All i was a grandson. God was kind of an oil executive who raised me. My my dad khan disappeared. Pretty early on i. Through my childhood. I was kind of a navy man of end in military. I am. I gonna academy goal annapolis stuff and gordon. He died when i was twelve. And that kind of just short circuited the whole plan. That i said they ended up of really ball in literature shakespeare. Some of the great novels end. I started thinking well most of a military i am the else. Somewhere around seventh grade A new guy came to school to teach was acquired director. These said you come into my office tomorrow. Audition every boy. The school year later rolled these these five or six different groups. I ended up being part of a group called the singing pines. Okay we sort of touchy does and the girls wore sort of formal dresses. We all sang the different clubs around fort lauderdale area for the bridge club or for whatever event after that came school. Said i'd like to play for at that time. I thought is acting pretty cool. He'll try this amendment junior year. In addition i heard julia was his school. She promoted coppola around the country. Juilliard and i thought well better go there so that that's a good start right there. But why were you wanting to be when you went to juilliard. Who was there. Was there anybody that we know of that. We're classmates was was pretty tight felt. Aren't you know as as as different levels of success in different groups. Different times sir. Christopher rabies their christmas. I of the bunch of kind of really take off. I'm arose talking on phone to christine. Griffith was remain a fantastic young actress at the time. I haven't heard myrtle time either. But she is great and we were just talking guest one. Chris is going to be superman. Lot holy smokes. I was just the greatest greatest thing you know you go at this kind of career couple of ways you can be negative about it. The negative out of the people upset one other people have good good locker. Whatever good fortune but i was figured that if the people close to you are recipients who could fortune. Your turn is on the next robin williams. Robin took off. You know morgan indian. All that stuff started happening Another few years down rhode island. It's shakespeare things that i really loved. San diego went back to new york after that year. So into that something just came in. This wants to come in and read for a lotta chains. Be flinch very good things together later. I love you raisins. they draws way. I love a voice. Oh so you get a phone call. eighty one. And this is joe nate honesty and that was cheers before we get to that phone call and what it led to. You know when people think of juilliard they do think of shakespeare it. They don't think of superman or mork. And mindy or frazier crane. So were you thinking that though were did you have to. Adjust your your sights or anything like that. Based on on circumstances is very good question. I was thinking just theater and most Classrooms here. That's what i mean. The greatest writer volta where. We're foolish to forget that. I know there's a little bit of movement cosstalk teaching shapes no idea why anyone speaking with not wanna stay shakespeare out. I had a child. I eldest daughter spencer. Who is an actress herself now but it was when she was about three months old house walking across park wrapped up in mind shearson Over coach look better. Get a real job. I didn't mean. I didn't mean like a straight job. I met an acting job at paid bright place. If i have one of those television. It's i went to the place where i was staying at the time of my old. Buddy gregory brown. We were sharing her department. I'm watching tv or the first time in my life practically and he said up to what's going on. I think. I just need to wash until you get a tv job. Aren't you listen. i think so. That's kind of. It's right and so again before we get to that to. What was robin williams. Like as a classmate fantastic guy always always on but he was constantly doing material whether or not it was practiced or not. I doubt it was. He just had that same us as always and always hysterical. Funny a about me to take care just kept talking. And it wasn't funny at the moment it would be any mid so if he's going to get their extraordinary guy and i remember very last. Meeting was just on the red carpet. Golden vote since the last time. It's on what was weird. Because i think that was the night i won the award for boss tom. Canes issue is that he had lewy body of course later they found. That's what robbins suffered by the now obscure weird lonely disease but we hit because it was so obscure thought rates like you know meters running device for the show boss. It just seemed like a painfully lesson. He was one of the race. He certainly was no doubt about it. We had you know. Bob sagging on as well and he was telling stories about robin williams and just being you know at the the launching pad of so many careers whatnot and it's just fascinating here. Who was in your juilliard class. And you know. Obviously we're what pads you all took. We other actors frank. Conroy will quite a few things. Eight expires was there which was really great david star when the first day while the first couple weeks at school david stiers came to a visit and started talking. We started chatting lo bit he said. Are you eating. And i looked pretty skinny time and i said well not really owned by there. So he bought me jenner. It was just terrific. Because i was having a pretty pretty rough time with. Tom and his kindness was always a very much appreciate and then twenty years later. He's a guest on frazier before that he was Winchester on on mash. So i'm wondering. Did juilliard have a class on how to play fastidious people who occasionally became across the smartest person in the room. Rub people wrong way a little bit.
Masters Podcast Club
"one set" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"Would you trust the densest Denominate teeth you have hairdressers that don't look the per. so yes. i. I truly believe that if you dress well. If you're well groomed if you present yourself in that mana then you get those clients back and they also realized you take it seriously and they respect you for it and you can charge more money. Let's talk about leadership because the pendulum towards salon and managers leadership. What are some of the challenges. And by the way. We're not gonna do only negative here. We'll swing the pendulum back over to the things that bring you hope of things that you're seeing and witnessing and what you've learned from your mentors as well but share with us the challenge that you're seeing when it comes to leadership in the salon business people not living by example. If you're going to the salon owners. I see in the stylus out there. And the managers that i talked to people aren't leading by example and that's a problem because icon. Asked my stuff to do something. If i'm not going to do it myself. I haven't done it myself for not one set of rules for me. Another set of rules for them. It has to be consistent. And that's what makes any great leader good is consistency and adhering to the rules themselves and leading by example. Do you often walk into salons. Just thinking they're going to be closed. Toro yes i do. I a look a lot of the celente walked into financially the just in such dire straits financially or they're in such dire straits with the craziness and the lack of structure and the things that are going on that. When i walk into them. I have this thought. Am i going to be able to get through to them. I going to be able to help them and that they are going to be able to help themselves. So you wrap up the show. The show's done cool. We got it..
Chapo Trap House
"one set" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Else. Rabbis treasurer she's running to make sure you don't get his treasure buried in the door. A razor this unless it's called the riches with diko and it's this is like cartoon buddha figures with food end. Shoot for everyone else. It's like we should like it's just fair. Game like yeah. My grandmother always warned me. Doug gambling because she said it's the jews vice. Which is you know for me. It's not but for people who are bad at it. Yeah yeah but You know we should be represented on their you. Either gotta make fun of everyone or no one. Yep and that's why the fully and will just be runes crying and feats of strength caper cable. You can get a room there. You have to defeat another patron not assigned anytime so we can just come in the world room and you have to kick them out and if they get you get you gotta find somebody else. You can't complain to the source or who's in charge of the casino instead of pit bosses. They have majors instead of dealers. They have clerics all right on it at the very end of the episode. Thank everybody who tuned in to the The frequency one civil over the weekend. It was really really great really great vibes throughout the entire day And i from what i saw. It seemed like people very much enjoyed it. So i wanted to thank you I also i need to debrief with the frequency people to confirm how this will happen. But because i know that there were some difficulties at the very beginning for the one set and then when everybody came in to see chapo we will be releasing those as standalone videos to at least paying People who bought tickets to at least ticket holders and possibly just publicly. I dunno how this is going to work in connect with frequency but the chapo and you want shows will be made available for at least ticket holders and then just on this. You know we've already been talking about like now that we've done this once we can maybe do it again. You know there lots of different ways. We were doing this. I mean there's no guarantees of this but once we can tour again. Maybe we do something like i dunno. Do an easy one chapo show in another city with maybe a band and put that on frequency as well as being just like a live show that people can come in and ten. So it's like both. I don't know there are a lot of things we can do with this. You for tuning in lots of me. I had a great time. And i know everybody else and It all was done. Thanks to Grinding of chris way big ups it together. It was fucking insane. Like list listed performers. Like incredible and i liked hearing a lot of feedback from people who tune in or whatever who said that like like i bought tickets to see chop or you one but if you only watch them like you fucked up because the music acts were all fantastic. They're all really fucking good. And it was a three shares. For chris rate hit hit pip array hip hip. I am fuck all right. Bye everybody by maybe would jump up job. Put my money..
"one set" Discussed on #QualityMatters
"This part of the support step. He had listed there us learning from the evaluation to improve the quality of the next round of planning. Yeah so if you end up spending a third of the time when your project planning it rather than actually doing the work and checking it. Probably a little bit of balance that planning process should not be quite so in-depth and so that something we've run into and so it has led to problems with properly planning projects because it takes too much time. Guess what people aren't gonna do it. We're like water. We're going to find the path of least resistance. Okay so what i'm looking at here is like okay. Well project comes in for this type of project for that type of project. What's the standard said documentation that we need to complete fill out. So do we need a Again chart to track the process. Do we need to list out all of the requirements and goals or whatever. It is so we're working to better standardize are planning process because no two projects are ever the same and i can testify that he is working on this because i had never heard of again still not totally familiar with what it is but on this day that we are recording which will not be the same day that you guys hear it. He called me into his office and said hey look what i did. I made a gantt chart to and you know i was like wow looks really cool for you clarify. The reason i was so excited is because. I personally prefer not to use microsoft project when i can avoid it. It's more overkilled in some of the projects. We work with so. I was able to recreate it in microsoft. Excel okay which is kind of you. Know if conditional formattings funneled tricks any case. It's kind of geeking out about it Because it's so much easier to manage the project. So if you guys appreciate the geeky this in coolness of that let him know because cj copy off he did not get the appreciation for me that he would've liked to gun but this was part of it so my replanning is in itself a process And one of my expected outputs. Is that planning. our production. Processes is quick in easy and it has not always been quick. sometimes it takes a little longer. So that's what we're going through is like okay. Well if we run to this type project here are the standard tools. We have available to ourselves to run. The plan with here. Are the prescribed checks and measures to reevaluate. If we're hitting the deadlines and accomplishing our goals. And so my number one criteria is to make it as quick and easy as possible. And so what. I've realized for us means we're doing consultation or document information development which is like consultation light then. We're going to have one set of tools. If we're doing an internal audit which you know god only knows how many internal audits we've done that processes fantastic works wonderful. We know what we're doing. Yeah we set of tools over there. Well let me rephrase that we know what we're doing all the time our internal processes. Yes yes this is just to save us time and effort. How can we achieve the same outcomes with fewer inputs So then you know if you take a look at the quality management software. We're going to have a big upcoming release for software. So that kyle. I have to change the date. Oh so. I can't tell folks when yet had to change state but we're gonna have a big release know when the new date is. I don't have it yet. i'm waiting we. We've got to sit down and reevaluate our plan. Okay so but we're going to have to work at it..
The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"one set" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Misdirecting would you say. Are you on a team. yourself now. You know something. When i need help you know to me like all the people we had they had the you know if i need you guys you guys come out. They got sabrina young. Don't really work with the team. Because every case is something different. You know what i mean. And there's certain cases where i might say theresa's be really good help out on this. I may say supreme is gonna be really good. Help me on this one. He would come out when we look as operate because these are students. They need to learn and starting aspects of her. That could bring something into a case for me to turn around and form a team and have a team that i can say. Yeah i have a team. Yeah i never really done that. I really have never done that. I've never really worked with like one set of people because you know example is the case that i really think i'm my need. Somebody even new show me the may make a phone call jeopardy leaks you know and it'll turn around and do that so i like to keep an open field deanna. Nsa you just call the bitch. We'll come and help you as well. I know that. That's that's whatever doubt. Yep right yeah. Yeah in some way or another well. I'm sure i urge you call at if i put it nine one one. I'm sure that people are every so to people like to have a rally. Oh isn't that um yeah. We we clean up. Yeah yeah we have to bring. Can't forget. Yeah i mean i always bring donuts and then you know that that makes them happy. Oh very good that. that's yeah. Yeah yeah i have to bring donuts and you know we always have goodies every time we come there..
"one set" Discussed on Loving BDSM
"I think the differences are going to be individualized to the people using the titles fr from one set of people to the next. Because we all do it differently. Yeah i think you here The word trainer used a lot in the Master slave dynamic right. You hear it there a lot. There's a whole training a slave kind of thing. Sure slave trainer. Yeah yup so. There's that the teacher me my mind kind of goes a little bit more towards Like a mentor shirt which there's also mentor. Same kind of thing. yeah. I think. I think it really is completely individualized to the people who use it. Because i would bet money that the that somebody who uses trainer student could have a very similar if not identical definition to what they do to somebody who's trainer training and yet within the people who use teacher student you would find different definitions of how they view what that means So i would say no difference. It's personal preference next question. What kind of seen or kink is at the top of your list to try next. What are scenes king's king drought. We already know we think new on i. I would have to say if anything. I would like to dive deeper into the electric. Play all how. I enjoy. That i i know. That's why i say with the with the elector play out Really like to kind of take that a little bit further. I enjoyed what little we've done with the violent wand. I love that electric paddle. Yes some amazing. And they have a broad array of stuff to play with and we now have a partnership with elektra stem that i need to like utilized to its fullest capacity. So yeah. i'm with you on that. I i truly at this point every day. It's put one foot in front of the other. And i don't like i'm not the things. I'm spending time daydreaming about merchandise related..
Advocate Like a Mother Podcast
"one set" Discussed on Advocate Like a Mother Podcast
"I mean that's how fast it's happening so insurance as needing to catch up everyone's needing to catch up with it so that's one aspect of it. That technology is evolving in changing. More kids are being identified younger so the science and is going more towards more things to give access to sound that being said though what i've learned that the farther down the road we've gone is the access to language is critical in language can be visual. It can be using spoken it. Can you know there's not one set of language and so the more language we say you're kid in language the the better so you would not want deprive a child of language because you think one is bad or not okay secondly iron thirdly there's so many leads to this it's different for child to be born to hearing parents right. Yeah so that is a factor in. I wouldn't ever tell hearing parent that should discourage them from exploring languages but i mean. Learning another language is not easy. I understand we have two babies So part of its survival. I'm so open to hearing other people's stories and i love hearing what worked for them. The death community. I respect death capital d. and that it's more than just choosing to use sign language. It's you know a culture. And i respect and support. There's beautiful people in that in that community. And i would love. My kids have access to that community and also it's very different experience for an adult to lose their hearing than to be born with hearing loss. My husband has a mild hearing loss from being in the marine for all these years. Yeah and then really good friend of mine. He got a virus and has gone hard of hearing in his thirties. And i mean so to listen to their perspectives. Very different very different. And they have a lot more empathy for our kids. Just in the challenges of what it's like to navigate life being hard of hearing.
"one set" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Texture sits out what the research has shown that they're actually brittle against malicious attacks. What that knows malicious attacks one set of militias attacks is called tests time attacks so the model can be trained. Normally not so shower. But what's been shown. Is that if you modify certain pixels age for example you add some certain random noise in the background. Suddenly the machine on model can cause fi a bus image as ostrich example in. And what's why this happens. There are many terrorists. I have mine as well but The what happens is that the means such examples. Sean out there that this machinery models bees and this is critical for mini-applications thing. I was since we were mentioning and worse. Imagine a scenario where. An ultimate thrones flying and try to find the target. So what this means is that maybe if you put some on your tank suddenly strong will not recognize the sa- tank for example in tilting regular car or if you put on some certain school bus maybe will record as suddenly as a tank and try to send the ball. Which will the big mess i saw. Those kinds of things may may happen and of course. This is tests than the other other attack in terms of what happened. If you have access to training data. Imagine that i somehow poisoned the state that you're in your sample set. You have some data points. That's in many places my detect. What will happen is that the model may learn and it looks like functioning. Well but then i could create a backdoor. I can't make the model to missing anti my like so. This would tingle like a trojan horse in the model so i in a sense i would imagine like there is a muzzle to capture say. Speeding cars i had such Bechtol in the model. Maybe i could put something some kind of special characters on my license plate suddenly invisible to all day cameras for example so shallow attacks sean to be real and possible uptick territory but ocean while of course now come back to now. Let's mary disturb the price plug. It's coming into play now. You want to build and bring all this data together to build models and the models may be themselves maybe britain against certain types of attacks but also what will happen is that you may try to reduce the privacy risks by keeping the data.
Our Body Politic
"one set" Discussed on Our Body Politic
"Incentive to actually have children is pretty pretty bad at a time where you don't know where your next paycheck is coming from or the stability of all sorts of things and so the united states believe it or not actually Does need children and families. You know. Many countries in europe and asia are experiencing below replacement birth rates which then ends up affecting the economy and the us as complicated as we are as a nation as an economy has benefited from having A higher birth rate. So there's there's all these structural issues but then just speaking as a woman who is Someone without kids who wanted to have kids. I waited a long time. Because i wasn't sure if i could afford a family and i may still adopt at some point but i think a lot of us whether we have kids or not have paid a price for the way that america deals with parenting and deals with the economics of parenting. Not just women but men and so. I do think that anything we can do to stabilize. How parents are treated as workers in america and as caregivers in america will be positive. We'll speaking of people at work but headed in a totally different direction The arrest of dozens of suspects involved in the attack on the capital have reveal that an alarming number of police. Officers in servicemen are participated in that insurrection and that has led people of color in the ranks to start speaking more openly about their experiences. I wanna go to clip naveh black. Fbi agent talking to tremaine. Lee host of msnbc's podcast into america. I have to say this that you know working in local law enforcement. I worked with guys that were all due. Respect probably card-carrying clan members. When they were off duty we were on duty. We did it we had to do when i was off duty. They just for people that i didn't associate with so there not more talks about vetting. You saw the department of homeland security know. Put out a warning this week about the continued threat of domestic terrorism in white supremacy in this country now weeks into the aftermath of the events of january six. But we're already learning how widespread this movement is and how global it is right. As specifically in germany they had similar scenes play out last august with radical extremists storm in the federal parliament. Building in berlin These groups are actually watching each other's tactics across the globe and they're learning from each other's mistakes and gearing up to get even more organized for future similar attacks. I mean ferrall. Let me come to you and ask what can be done to address this How can the us under president biden really take the lead in curbing global extremism. There's a lot of different ducks that have to be lined up in a row. One of the first things that has to happen is happening that the us is finally Wrapping its brain around the fact that this cannot be a kind of Unstated fact it. There's been so much deliberate. De-emphasis of white lead extremist movements as the key drivers of domestic terrorism. And in that same incredible episode with trae mainly of the podcast into america the agent talks about how during the trump administration there was a diminishment of a focus on white domestic terrorism..
Our Body Politic
"one set" Discussed on Our Body Politic
"She spent the last few months sharing that experience. Welcome ashley thank you for having me so tell us about vaccine vixen. Your persona on tiktok. I think it's amazing that you have a whole tiktok devoted to this. I think getting a lot of questions from friends and family about on the vaccine process. Of china debunk some of the myths. That have been put out there about what the vaccine does and how it was created so i decided to just treat some funny videos to try to get people's attention about the side effects about the clinical trial process so the first video sit reached about one and a half million people So yeah we're excited about it. But i saw you know both sides of the argument about whether we should take a vaccine or not. But i was at least glad at the conversation was being generated and so did you know whether or not you were getting the vaccine or placebo. No i didn't an eye. People will be on blinded soon in february. I will be. But i'm pretty sure i got the vaccine on the side effects that i experienced so everything that i had experience on the informed consent forms mentioned. This was common with the vaccine and not really common. If you got the saltwater injection really fatigue so that was the biggest sign for me was hard to get out of bed. The next morning. I had a loss of appetite body eggs. My body was warm and a had some sweating and those symptoms lasted about twenty four hours so by the time the following morning happened. They were all gone..
Our Body Politic
"one set" Discussed on Our Body Politic
"I mean i think we're going to have to continue to do more. It's really in a who do people trust when they're thinking about a recommendation for vaccination. Fortunately most people continue to still trust physicians in a recommendation. But not everybody and then how do we then engage those who are the trusted voices and sometimes it is community leaders and so i think it's a matter of trying to anchor and make sure we can do that together. In a way that's impactful and meaningful and culturally relevant as you mentioned. There's been a lot of talk. In communities where people have disabilities or chronic illnesses about what their priority is. And from what i understand and please correct me if i'm wrong. That the rollout varies from state to state in who's considered a priority population. How should You know people with chronic illness or disability begin to think through how their state is treating this. Because i've i've definitely seen some some concern. Yes so at least from the advisory committee on unionisation practices. We had a recognized early on number one that we wanted to vaccinate everyone who Who was at high risk for both infection or a severe disease or death and that has always been a priority or a goal but also we recognize that we would not have enough doses in the early months of the vaccination program to be able to vaccinate everybody we would want to and so i think One of the challenges has been that those national recommendations were meant to be tailored at the state level. So we wanted to ensure. The states had flexibility Challenge being that. When there is flexibility there is variability. there's there's variability sometimes that creates confusion particularly live close to a border or state line. So how do we address the variability again. I am hopeful that in the coming week or weeks that there will be a more coordination and more of a national conversation about we need to anchor in a higher level of coordination across states to minimize variability can help us as a nation. Reduce the confusion that we're seeing about one of my eligible and why is so and so eligible in state a whereas i'm in state being not eligible. I think that is the most challenging thing for me personally to address for my patients families is coming through but i am extremely optimistic that if we can get the supply we need we are going to be able to deliver vaccines to as many people as need them either. Because of risk infection Severe conditions or hopefully entire population. And that we can protect the population quickly that we can really conquer this together..