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"one sitting" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"A time of Lectio Divina for the discerning heart. Wednesday of the 31st week in ordinary time. As you begin, take a deep breath and exhale slowly. For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of this day to the Lord. Say slowly from your heart, Jesus, I trust in you. You take over. Become aware that he is with you, looking upon you with love, wanting to be heard deep within your heart. A reading from the Holy Gospel according to Luke chapter 14 verses 25 through 33. Great crowds accompanied Jesus on his way and he turned and spoke to them. If any man comes to me without hating his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, sisters, yes, and his own life too, he cannot be my disciple. Anyone who does not carry his cross and come after me cannot be my disciple. And indeed, which of you here, intending to build a tower, would not first sit down and work out the cost to see if he had enough to complete it? Otherwise, if he laid the foundation and then found himself unable to finish the work, the onlookers would all start making fun of him and say, here is a man who started to build and was unable to finish. Or again, what king marching to war against another king would not first sit down and consider whether with 10,000 men he could stand up to the other who advanced against him with 20,000? If not, then while the other king was still a long way off, he would send envoys to sue for peace. So in the same way, none of you can be my disciple unless he gives up all his possessions. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the Lord saying to you? Once more, give the Lord an opportunity to speak to you. Great crowds accompanied Jesus on his way and he turned and spoke to them. If any man comes to me without hating his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, sisters, yes, and his own life too, he cannot be my disciple. Anyone who does not carry his cross and come after me cannot be my disciple. And indeed, which of you here intending to build the tower would not first sit down and work out the cost to see if he had enough to complete it? Otherwise, if he had laid the foundation and then found himself unable to finish the work, the onlookers would all start making fun of him and saying, here is a man who started to build and was unable to finish. Or again, what king marching to war against another king would not first sit down and consider whether with 10,000 men he could stand up to the other who advanced against him with 20,000? If not, then while the other king was still a long way off, he would send envoys to sue for peace. So in the same way, none of you can be my disciple unless he gives up all his possessions. What did your heart feel as you listened? What did you sense the Lord saying to you? Once more, through him, with him, and in him, listen to the word. Great crowds accompanied Jesus on his way, and he turned and spoke to them. If any man comes to me without hating his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, sisters, yes, and his own life too, he cannot be my disciple. Anyone who does not carry his cross and come after me cannot be my disciple. And indeed, which of you here, intending to build a tower, would not first sit down and work out the cost to see if he had enough to complete it? Otherwise, if he laid the foundation and then found himself unable to finish the work, the onlookers would all start making fun of him and say, here is a man who started to build and unable to finish. Or again, what king, marching to war against another king, would not first sit down and consider whether with ten thousand men he could stand up to the other who advanced against him with twenty thousand? If not, then while the other king was still a long way off, he would send envoys to sue for peace. So in the same way, none of you can be my disciple unless he gives up all his possessions. What touched your heart in this time of prayer? What did your heart feel as you prayed? What do you hope to carry with you from this time with the Lord? Let us now close with a prayer to the Father that Jesus gave us. Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses. As we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. Amen. Amen. Amen. Amen.
A highlight from Wednesday of the Thirty-First Week in Ordinary Time A Time of Lectio Divina for the Discerning Heart Podcast
"A time of Lectio Divina for the discerning heart. Wednesday of the 31st week in ordinary time. As you begin, take a deep breath and exhale slowly. For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of this day to the Lord. Say slowly from your heart, Jesus, I trust in you. You take over. Become aware that he is with you, looking upon you with love, wanting to be heard deep within your heart. A reading from the Holy Gospel according to Luke chapter 14 verses 25 through 33. Great crowds accompanied Jesus on his way and he turned and spoke to them. If any man comes to me without hating his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, sisters, yes, and his own life too, he cannot be my disciple. Anyone who does not carry his cross and come after me cannot be my disciple. And indeed, which of you here, intending to build a tower, would not first sit down and work out the cost to see if he had enough to complete it? Otherwise, if he laid the foundation and then found himself unable to finish the work, the onlookers would all start making fun of him and say, here is a man who started to build and was unable to finish. Or again, what king marching to war against another king would not first sit down and consider whether with 10 ,000 men he could stand up to the other who advanced against him with 20 ,000? If not, then while the other king was still a long way off, he would send envoys to sue for peace. So in the same way, none of you can be my disciple unless he gives up all his possessions. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the Lord saying to you? Once more, give the Lord an opportunity to speak to you. Great crowds accompanied Jesus on his way and he turned and spoke to them. If any man comes to me without hating his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, sisters, yes, and his own life too, he cannot be my disciple. Anyone who does not carry his cross and come after me cannot be my disciple. And indeed, which of you here intending to build the tower would not first sit down and work out the cost to see if he had enough to complete it? Otherwise, if he had laid the foundation and then found himself unable to finish the work, the onlookers would all start making fun of him and saying, here is a man who started to build and was unable to finish. Or again, what king marching to war against another king would not first sit down and consider whether with 10 ,000 men he could stand up to the other who advanced against him with 20 ,000? If not, then while the other king was still a long way off, he would send envoys to sue for peace. So in the same way, none of you can be my disciple unless he gives up all his possessions. What did your heart feel as you listened? What did you sense the Lord saying to you? Once more, through him, with him, and in him, listen to the word. Great crowds accompanied Jesus on his way, and he turned and spoke to them. If any man comes to me without hating his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, sisters, yes, and his own life too, he cannot be my disciple. Anyone who does not carry his cross and come after me cannot be my disciple. And indeed, which of you here, intending to build a tower, would not first sit down and work out the cost to see if he had enough to complete it? Otherwise, if he laid the foundation and then found himself unable to finish the work, the onlookers would all start making fun of him and say, here is a man who started to build and unable to finish. Or again, what king, marching to war against another king, would not first sit down and consider whether with ten thousand men he could stand up to the other who advanced against him with twenty thousand? If not, then while the other king was still a long way off, he would send envoys to sue for peace. So in the same way, none of you can be my disciple unless he gives up all his possessions. What touched your heart in this time of prayer? What did your heart feel as you prayed? What do you hope to carry with you from this time with the Lord? Let us now close with a prayer to the Father that Jesus gave us. Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses. As we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. Amen. Amen. Amen. Amen.
"one sitting" Discussed on WTOP
"Biden will be the first sitting president in history not to appear on the primary ballot of his party in New Hampshire early next year. CBS correspondent Ed O 'Keefe with details. Mr. Biden is now obligated as a Democratic candidate for president to comply with his party's primary calendar. Well that calendar was first proposed by the president himself and now South Carolina gets to go first. It will award delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. New Hampshire was pushed back further in the Democratic primary calendar but state law requires it to go first anyway. State Democrats couldn't convince state legislators to reverse granted state law part because they entirely don't agree with the DNC's decision. Any Democratic candidate who runs in the January primary won't be delegates awarded by the DNC. Turning to the strike now by auto workers has trimmed General Motors third -quarter profit we're told and could result in losses if the spreads. General Motors chief financial officer Paul Jacobson says the auto workers strike is expected to cut the automakers free tax earnings by 800 million dollars this year and another 200 million per week after that and those figures only include factories that are on strike now if the United Auto Workers Union decides to strike at more plants Jacobson says the will losses be greater. UAW president Sean Fain says the workers would rather not be on strike can't but afford not to. We want to get our members off the picket lines and back to work building the greatest product in America but we want our fair share we're not going to continue going backwards as we have been the last 20 plus years. The audio courtesy of WXYZ -TV. The UAW has been on strike since September 15th against GM and its Detroit competitors Ford and Stellantis. I'm Mike Hempen. I want to do that don't take a gun with you when you go to TSA fly agents and Reagan National continue were told to intercept loaded guns at record numbers already this year alone they found 30 guns that ties the record actually for most in a year and it's still only October this reflects the nationwide trend were told TSA says this morning it's on pace to pass the record of around 6 ,500 guns discovered at various airport checkpoints across the country that record was set actually last year remember you can take your gun with you when you travel but it needs to be unloaded and packed in a hard locked case and declared to the airline inside checking a baggage you are listening to 103 .5 FM and WTOP .com WTOP and seven news first alert weather up to the minute forecasts can count you on this is WTOP news let's talk tech stuff this morning on WTOP maybe you've paid for or been the PM of a cameo
Monitor Show 14:00 09-26-2023 14:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. As always, thank you. I want to join Rick in the desert here. It's raining in Washington. I'm Joe Matthew in the nation's capital. We'll bring in Kaylee coming up next. Glad you're with us. Hour two of Sound On starts right now. Bloomberg Sound On. Politics, policy, and perspective from D .C.'s top names. Most people, including most Republicans in Congress, understand that we need to get aid to Ukraine. Who's going to take us in a rational way into the future and lead our country? This has really become kind of the new frontier in American politics, is this battle between red states and blue cities. Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew and Kaylee Lines on Bloomberg Radio. Joe Biden becomes the first sitting president to visit a picket line. Welcome to hour two of Sound On. As the president elevates the auto strike to new levels a day before Donald Trump does the same with his visit to Detroit, we're joined this hour by Sharon Block, professor of practice, executive director of the Center for Labor and a just economy at Harvard Law, worked on the Biden transition team, and will talk to us about the future workforce that we're getting a peek at in this UAW strike. Later this hour, Wendy Benjaminson, Bloomberg Washington senior editor on the shutdown.
Monitor Show 13:00 09-26-2023 13:00
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"one sitting" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With At us. bloomberg Today's The top .com stories United and and Auto global the bloomberg business Workers business are app. expanding The This President their is strike. Sean bloomberg Fain radio broadcasting announced This comes earlier 24 after this hours UAW week a day he would send more workers to the picket lines if substantial progress wasn't made with the big three automakers on a new contract. New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez has made history with today's federal bribery charges against him federal prosecutors say Menendez and his wife accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to use his influence to protect three businessmen and benefit the Egyptian government. The Senate Historical Office says the Democrat appears to be the first sitting senator in U .S. history to be indicted on two unrelated criminal allegations. President Biden is establishing a first -of -its -kind office. I'm proud to announce the creation of the first -ever White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention. While speaking from the White House today Biden noted firearms are the leading cause of death in the U .S. for children and teens. House, the National Transportation Safety Board is starting its investigation into the bus crash yesterday in Orange That County killed two educators from Farmingdale High School. TSB investigator John Humm says the team, which will be working with the New York State Police, will be on scene for five to seven days. Our goal is to find out what happened, why it happened, and to make safety recommendations to reduce the chance that this sort of accident never happens again. John Humm said they will be conducting a toxicology test on the female bus driver. In addition, they'll be looking to see if students on the bus were wearing seat belts. At least 18 students and adults are still hospitalized. A federal contractor the U .S. for government is being charged with sending classified information to Ethiopia. Abraham Lemma worked at a variety of government agencies since 2019, including the State Department and Justice Department. I'm Brian Shook. Americans will be able to order more free COVID -19 tests online starting Monday. The federal government is launching its program to provide free COVID tests now that most insurance companies aren't covering the cost with the expiration of the pandemic emergency declaration this past spring. Each household order can up to four tests online at covidtest .gov. As for the unused tests you still have at home, don't throw them out even if the expiration date has passed. The top five cities where homes sell above asking prices are all in New York and California. Sarah Lee Kessler reports moving feedback a Texas based platform for finding the best movers analyze Zillow data and came up with some surprising findings. More homes in Vallejo California just north of Berkeley Oakland in are selling above asking price than anywhere else in the country. San Francisco is second followed by Rochester New York. San Jose California is in fourth place with Ithaca New York in fifth. In all five cities homes are selling for between one and two percent over the asking price. The University of Minnesota is introducing a new kind of apple to the world. The tasty details from Mark Mayfield. It has a crisp juicy texture sort of like a honey crisp but with tropical overtones. The apple breeding program at U of M has been around for more than a century. This is their 29th variety of apple MN33 and it will be available to consumers under the brand name Kudos in the next few years. The program's most famous Apple the honeycrisp was developed in 1960. I'm Mark Mayfield. The in cops one Texas town are trying to catch a criminal with a conscience. Someone broke into a Catholic school in Corpus Christi on Tuesday night. They got away with a rosary and a laptop but before leaving the burglar left a note it read sorry times are hard. I'm Brian Shook. And I'm Charlie pellet at Bloomberg World headquarters. We do check markets all day long at Bloomberg stock struggled at the end of a jittery week that saw investors positioning for a higher for longer Federal Reserve stance. The S &P 500 index has now declined three weeks in in a row. a This week it was down 2 .9 percent. Geetu Sharma is the founder of alpha's future. The market's been a bit volatile lately August September we're seeing a bit of weakness and I think it's really this fed narrative of higher for longer that is moving the markets and making it more choppy. And you can hear more of that conversation on the tape podcast you can download it wherever you get your podcast so the Fed is just one of a couple of according to Sarah Malik chief investment officer at Nuveen Asset Management. Well there's two issues the market needs to adjust to and that's what's going on with the economy and what's going on with rates. The economic soft lending narrative is definitely being challenged and the markets had started to price that in. So that's what the markets are adjusting to and rates, of course, interest rates higher for longer inflation higher for longer all of that together is going to be a headwind for the markets also Sarah Malik of Nuveen Jonathan Stubbs is equity strategist at Berenberg and this morning on surveillance he told us this new rate environment will take some getting used to. The challenging and you know to digest higher rates for longer will take time and presents many headwinds and we need to find some tailwinds to counter that and they're not quite so easy to see right now. Jonathan Stubbs of Berenberg meanwhile a top Federal Reserve official is hinting at more interest rate hikes after the central bank step back at this week's policy meeting with more here's Bloomberg's Vinnie del that Governor Michelle Bowman is signaling she favors raising interest rates again and probably more than once to stomp out inflation. Bowman's comments to a Colorado banking conference suggest she would move more aggressively than others. She noted that Fed officials see inflation running above their 2 % target for at least two more years. Meantime at a banking conference in Maine Boston Fed president Susan Collins said interest rates may need to stay higher for longer. Vinnie del, Judice Bloomberg Radio. Goldman Sachs Citadel Securities have each reached multi -million dollar settlements with the SEC over how they labeled millions of trades. The vegan egg maker, Eat Just, is cutting jobs less than a month after raising $16 million. Stocks lower a 10 point drop today for the and S P 500 index on the week down 2 .9%. The Dow down 106 a drop of 0 .01%, NASDAQ lower by 12 a drop of 0 .01%. Global News, powered by more than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Lee Pelletin and this is Bloomberg. This is Masters in Business with Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Barry Ritholtz. You're listening to Masters in Business on Bloomberg Radio. My extra special guest this week is Armin Panosyan. He is the incoming co -CEO of Oaktree Capital Management where he has worked in various credit aspects since 2007. He currently oversees the CLO business and is head of all performing credit since 2019. Armin Panosyan, welcome to Bloomberg. Good to be here, Barry. Thank you. It's good to have you. You have a Fascinating history. We'll get into your education a little bit and we'll talk about all the really interesting things that Oaktree Capital focuses on. Let's talk about how you ended Oaktree. Prior to that, you were at Pequot Capital focusing on distressed debt. Tell us a little bit about your experiences there. Pequot has a
A highlight from KEEP ON FIGHTING - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"Do you ever look around you and just look at the world and feel like, kind of like we're in the matrix, like there's something missing. Do you think that's like the government making those decisions? Way above them. Like that's what I mean, like who do you think is they? There are people who've been in charge of the world for quite a long time. And people at the bottom just don't seem to get it, they don't seem to wake up. And they don't seem to wake up because the people in charge try very hard to keep them asleep. You're constantly distracted by everything. You are done. You are now full slave mode, and that's all they want. It's always been the same playbook. It's absolutely incredible that people are not awake enough to see what's fucking happening. I struggle to sleep at night. Like literally what's happening is fucking crazy. A lot of people out here, it still amazes me, they believe the government care about them. What the government wants is slaves. This is what, slavery's not gone anywhere, right? So the old school idea of slavery, let's talk about slavery, a government would get slaves, make them work for free and build things. That's slavery. So they've stopped doing that now. So what do they do now? They get people, make them build things for money, but the government print all the money. So if a government can create as much as they want of something from thin air and you'll give up your life for this thing they can create from thin air as much as they want, you are still their slave. That's it. You used to be a slave and you'd work all day and at the end you got food and a house. Now you work all day, you get money and you spend all your money on food and a house. Slavery is still here my friends, nothing's changed, right? Nothing's changed. And what they want is they want slaves, they want slaves who are going to comply and pay their taxes and whatever kind of indoctrination or societal programming they can instill inside of people to keep them doing that, they're going to do. Anything it takes to stop people waking up and realizing, whoa, the government's fucking me here. Let's forget Corona. Let's forget locking us all in our houses and taking our business away. I'm paying how much tax? What? They're helping me. How much? If you actually wake up and look around you, you realize you're being destroyed in real time. The idea that government cares about them is a lie. The government is never going to tell you anything that's going to wake you up. The government's going to teach you things that are going to make you subservient and compliant. They're going to tell you all this crap about identifying as a panda and all this other shit is not an accident. When they can convince the average person on the street to pretend that some other person is a panda because they said so. You are fully in the slave mindset. Every single one of us to some degrees, an empty vessel, we're all programmed. There's no such thing as escaping the slave mind. You must just to some degree understand who is programming you and understand if you really want those characteristics. Most people are repeating opinions and I'm saying, where did you get that opinion from? They can't remember where they got it from. They don't know who even told them. They don't know why they so fervently believe in it. They're just told they're programmed. You need to genuinely analyze your brain, defrag every single opinion you strongly have and identify where it came from and if that person has your best interests at heart. What they're trying to do, especially with young men, is program them because we're all empty vessels. What you have to do as an adult, as a parent, is to program your child stronger than all of society. It's not an easy job because all of society from the YouTube videos to the TV shows to the school, every single thing is trying to program them in one direction. You have to combat that and that's not an easy job. If you just sit there and get lazy about it, you will fucking lose. When Rome was losing, all they did was have endless circuses to keep you distracted from the losing war. The world we live in today, they try very hard to prevent you from creating your reality. You're constantly distracted by everything and it's hard to focus on nearly anything. And they do that on purpose because for you to go stand out in the rain and protest, that takes focus. They want you distracted. They want arguments in the household. They want blacks to hate the whites, Republicans hate Democrats, they want us to argue with each other, for all of us to hate our neighbor and all to be so distracted and selfish and self -absorbed that we can't think beyond ourselves. That's what they're trying to do to us and it's absolutely an utterly work. There's a very, there's very few of these people and look what they've fucking done to the entire world. It's absolutely insane. You're existing inside of a system which is deliberately rigged to make the rich richer and for the poor to stay poor. And you can sit there and get upset about it. You can sit there and cry about it and say the system needs to change, which is what some people do. But I think that's not my thing. I know that's a waste of time, right? That's futile. The best thing to do is to understand the rules of the game and find a way to win. So yes, the game is rigged. Yes, the rich are always going to get richer. Yes, the poor are always going to struggle. And that's the way the game is set up. So you still need to find the best move on the chessboard. There's no point sitting there saying, I want to play a different game because that's never going to happen. I was having a conversation with someone the other day. They were talking about Joe Biden and his relief checks. He gave out $1 ,400 to all the people in America because of Corona. And he said, don't you think he's good that he's helping the poor? I said, you think that helps the poor? Let's let's talk about this. You give a hundred people a $1 ,400 check, right? Everyone understands you can't just leave it in the bank forever because of inflation. The value goes down because what happens when they print trillions of dollars from the sky? The dollar becomes less valuable. And now we're living in a world right now where inflation is getting out of control, especially in America, right? In the last year, inflation is up like 6, 7%. So no poor person is going to take that money and just leave it in the bank. They're going to either spend it or invest it. Let's say there's a hundred poor people and a hundred poor people spend their money. What do they spend it with? Businesses. Who owns businesses? Rich people. Amazon, their stock price went up 30%. Why? Because people are getting stimulus checks. They're spending it on Amazon. It all went to the rich guy. And then they go, oh yeah, but what about if they invest it? Invest it where? Invest it in the stock market. That increases the stock price. Who owns the company? Rich people. You've made them richer. What if you and all your poor friends, 20 poor friends, would be more than 20? 200 poor friends put all your money in together and bought one house between you. That still takes one house off the market and raises the property value of that area. Who already owns those expensive houses? Rich people. You can't stop making the rich richer. You cannot stop it. People inside the matrix don't understand what's happening and they're going to sit there and go, but the government cares about me. You gave me $1 ,400. The government doesn't give a shit about you. The government is looking after its friends. The government gave all the slaves a little bit of pocket money so they can send it all to the rich guys. It's all a scam. Even when I was going to school and they're sitting there going, you're not going to get a good job if you don't get good grades. I was the one sitting there going, you're a liar. Shut up. I just knew the teacher was lying. I knew school was bullshit. I knew college was bullshit. I knew university was a lie. I always knew it was a trick and a con. I didn't truly understand things to the level I understand them now, but I had an intrinsic understanding and I think everybody does. If you're in a gas station and it's three in the morning and a Lambo pulls up and a guy gets out of it, you're thinking criminal, drug dealer, gangster. You're not thinking, ah, he has a uni degree because you could, yo, you're not going to think that. So when you see money, people don't even associate the money they see with university, but then they go, I want to make money. So in a university, it doesn't make sense. So school is a scam and it's the biggest scam on earth. The reason it's a scam is because it operates in a vacuum. It operates in a vacuum because it cannot be fairly compared to any other service. So you can get a loan for school, but you can't use that money for anything else because if they were to open it up and put the school, the education system into the fair market of capitalism, it would fail. If I were to give you a hundred grand and say, you can get a degree or you can buy a crypto or you can start your own business or you can do anything you want with it. Who's going to choose a degree? Nobody. So they say you can only get the money if you use it for education, which allows it to operate inside of a vacuum because operate the side of a vacuum is one of the few things on the planet which is allowed to be non -competitive. It's not competitive against any other investment. Everyone knows that, but you can only get the money for that. So you can't get the money to invest in anything else. So you end up doing it, learning something that is outdated, slow to learn. There's more, it doubly inflates. There's more degrees every single year, meaning the value of a degree decreases and the price goes up every single year. So it's worth less each year. It costs more year on year. There's no other industry where you can even get away with that. You get wrecked. Except the educational system. I think everybody knows that the system and the path they lay out for you is not a path that's going to lead to where you want to be.
Kiner-Falefa's 10th-inning single helps Yankees overcome Tatis HR in 3-2 win over Padres
"An RBI single for Isaiah kinder falafel in the tenth inning puts the Yankees past the Padres and walk off fashion by the final score of three to two. Feels good. Yeah, it's as loud, so it was like, I felt like a little kid out there running around, so it was a dream come true and it was fun. DJ le mayhew provided the other yanks scoring on the day with a first sitting RBI double and a solo Homer to tie the game in the 7th. The Padres offense is highlighted by a fourth inning Fernando Tatís Jr. solo shot. Pitcher Luis severino did not factor into the decision, but allowed just two runs on one hit in 6 and two third frames for the Yankees who snapped the three game losing streak. Mike Moriarty, New York
The Rise of Ordinal Inscriptions
"Give us a lay of the land on ordinals what's going on this week. So I guess refresher like water ordinal drying or nose is just kind of like an accountant standard of looking at Bitcoin, right? There's been no changes to Bitcoin that relate to this. It's kind of like you're running outside software and you're just looking at the chain a little bit. And the way you look at that is by numbering Bitcoin supply from zero to 21 million. And it's actually the smallest denomination of Bitcoin. So like one sat right to the 8th decimal place. But it's actually one that my math was right, like 2.1 quadrillion, something like that. And the idea is that if you do that, you have an idea of a certain code for each unit, then there's a kind of by nature non thunderbolt. them. And so the whole ordinal staying what people are doing where they were inscribing the sads, they're using some pretty sophisticated methods. And embedding them with different files. And so this started the wave, a lot called inscriptions, on Bitcoin, which have some, I guess, competition with the NFT space on other platforms where you can have like a jpeg attached to essentially a token, which in the sense it is a top sheet. Okay, so that's like the background, right? And then what happened lately is people doing kind of what the old operator and protocol is used to do, where, instead of just having kind of an NFT comment like a persistent jpeg attached to a specific satoshi, they were attaching fungible tokens, you're issuing an asset. Think of like a stablecoin or like a meme corner or something like that. And this was how tether kind of first originated on Bitcoin. And so the standard came out called BRC 20, kind of a nod to the ERC 20 standard on Ethereum that is how assets get issued there. And so let's see, instead of in Betty in like a jpeg file type to a satoshi, they would embed like a JSON, right? Like a certain text. That was structured in the same way each time. So you could basically trace and see these assets, whether it be a mint or a transfer, et cetera. If you're a programmer, it's just a dictionary, right? JSON. And so what's happened is people are basically minting a bunch of assets.
President Cancels Debt Limit Meeting
"Cut number ten. Pardon as the president departs. All the kids under the age of 15, come on up here. Yeah. Kids under the age of 15 come on up. And this is the president at peak performance. Meanwhile, he canceled the meeting today on the debt limit. Cut number one, speaker McCarthy at the house yesterday. Tomorrow will be the 100th day since I first sat down with the president on February 1st. To identify a problem. To know the deadline would be coming. We all know that the deadline for default is June 1st. Why are we in this situation? Because inflation, Democrats added $6 trillion. They harmed every single-family by bringing inflation to our country. And now three of the four largest bank failures in American history has happened just in a couple months.
"one sitting" Discussed on WTOP
"Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. One 25, we can't talk about sleeping, the Nats are playing some good baseball. That's right, you can't sleep. Even though they're out west, you want to go to sleep early, but you're not. Right. Yeah, this is all coming together. Because they're playing some good baseball right now. I like that. If I run first sitting yesterday, we make it all work, folks, 5 one first inning yesterday Nats beat the Giants in game one of their series as they have now won two straight. How about that first inning, Davey Martinez? We don't want to chase one and get the ball in the zone. And they did a great job today with doing that. I've said this before. We got to get the ball in the zone. We can't chase. Except your walks in one given, but be aggressive, be aggressive in the strike zone. They did it well. Yes, they did. Now, just two games behind the mets for second place in the NL east. How about that? The braves have a 7 game lead over the mets for first in the division. AL east, the Orioles losing last night to Tampa, they have now lost three straight games and are 6 and a half games behind the rays in the AL east capitals will choose 8th in the first round next week next month I should say as the highest pick they've had since 2011. They do have 5 selections in next month's draft. NBA Lakers take a three one lead over the warriors with the win last night out west. They're serious shifts back to Golden State with the Lakers in command tonight. It is the 76ers and the Celtics in Boston tied at two, Denver goes home with the suns, that series tied up at two and university of Louisville Hall of Fame coach Denny crumb. It was passed away at the age of 86. He won the national title in 1980 and 86, won 675 games with Louisville, George Wallace to Matilda sports. All right, G, thank you. Coming up on WTO. President Biden and speaker McCarthy meet today for the first time in months. Can they end a standoff over the debt ceiling? I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill. One 26. Hi, it's Jonathan cotton with a good feed store in springtime can bring a new season of change in growth. There are so many things to look forward to, whether it's walking your dog, taking a stroll through the park with a loved one, or tackling a new do it yourself project. It can be just energizing to get outside. We are once again looking forward to summer camps, family reunions, and planning vacations. Getting back
"one sitting" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners
"Breathing out, I do not need to set. Buddhists I do not need to sit. Breathing in, I let the Buddha breathe. Breathing out. I do not need to breathe. For debris, I do not need to breathe. Breathing in, the Buddha is setting. Breathing out. I enjoy the setting. Buddha is sitting I enjoy the setting. Breathing in, the Buddha is breathing. Breathing out. I enjoy the breathing. Buddha is breathing. I enjoy the breathing. Breathing in, the Buddha is the setting. Breathing out. I am the setting. Buddha is the setting. I am the sitting. Breathing in, the Buddha is the breathing. Breathing out. I am the breathing. Buddha is the breathing. I am the breathing. Breathing in. There is only the setting. Breathing out. There is no one sitting. Only the sitting no one sitting. Breathing in, there is only the breathing. Breathing out. There is no one breathing. Only the breathing. No one breathing. Breathing in. There is peace while sitting. Breathing out.
Bitcoin NFTs Are Filling Blocks
"Well, first I got to say that NFTs started on Bitcoin the vet on Bitcoin for a super long time. You can go back to 2011, 2012. People were putting in just arbitrary data through a specific field and a Bitcoin transaction called op return, you could put little images in there. People were using it and colored coins or counterparty. And I think even a little bit Omni to make some NFTs. So it all kind of started on Bitcoin, but it's kind of interesting that it's coming back. And you mentioned tarot, which stands for taproot asset relay who wrote a little paper taproot or got asset representation overlay. Basically, taproot was activated in November 2020 one, and there's a lot of excitement with taproot because there's a lot of just kind of in the most Bitcoin fashion way, a lot of incremental improvements to speed and security. But there was like, there's a new transaction type that came with it. That kind of allowed some more developer capabilities and kind of an interesting side effect of that is this ordinance thing. And tarot kind of as well. And so I guess maybe we should talk about what word knows is. Yeah, let's dig into to the orbitals. Okay. So ordinals is a way to track specific satoshis. And so I guess for some of the newbies out there, right? One Bitcoin is made up of ten billion satoshis. That's right. To the 8 dust will places. Ordinals is just a way to basically take what is normally fungible, which is like one Bitcoin equals one Bitcoin, one sat equals one sat. But actually a sign in order to it.
Ryan Bomberger: Pres. Biden Has Become Radicalized on Abortion
"As I recall, president Trump was the first sitting president to attend the march for life. Highly unlikely that President Biden will be attending, huh? Yeah, I don't think so. But we had to keep in mind president Biden years ago when the rotors came out, he actually said, Rowe went too far. That a husband and a man should play a role in that decision as well. He's become so radicalized on abortion. We have to keep in mind if the Democrat party that are the extremist on abortion, allowing that violence to happen through the entire pregnancy, including partial birth abortion. So we have to remember who the extremists are. And so sadly, President Biden will not be leading any kind of rally here in D.C. promoting the value of every human life, but there will be plenty of Americans who will be. You're
"one sitting" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Support for a nationalist party held the right-wing opposition with one of the country's closest elections ever Anderson became Sweden's first female prime minister less than a year ago and led a historic bid to join NATO following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. And after two weeks of lockdown, officials in the Chinese city of Chengdu say they will begin easing curbs, 7 districts which will report no new COVID-19 cases will see life gradually returned to normal, 6 other districts will remain under lockdown and undergo another round of mass testing today, only 35 new cases were reported on Tuesday in the city of 21 million people. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, and leann gerrans, this is Bloomberg, Stephen. Leon, thank you very much for that world president Xi and Vladimir Putin will meet face to face in Uzbekistan later. It's their first sit down sense a meeting in Beijing before the Winter Olympics and an agreement there would be quote no forbidden areas of cooperation. Joining us now for more on this meeting is Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent and a good morning to you. Thanks for being with us. What are she and Putin hoping to get out of this meeting? Well, I think mostly for president Putin, it's a reminder that he's not isolated and it's a signal to the rest of the world. He's not as isolated as perhaps the western world might want to portray Russia to be China has stopped short of offering Russia to material support that it needs at least at least as far as is understood. So for example, they haven't been shipping weapons to Russia. It's been reported neither have been necessarily been helping Russia to scare to avoid sanctions per se, but nonetheless, China has played a form of a supporting role in all of this, certainly two way trade between both economies has increased over the year and Russia is leaning on China for sourcing more of its goods and more of its materials in a way that it wasn't. And by the way, you can also see the China's currency is becoming a useful release valve for Russian companies because they're starting to borrow by selling you on bonds under certain settle trade with China, Indiana currency as well. So it's important to say that all of the reporting so far is that China is stopping short of the material kind of sporty Russia might need in its invasion of Ukraine, but certainly on the rest of the margins they're offering broader support for Russia's economy. Yeah, I think that's really interesting. And so both nations though have issues at home, obviously Russia with the military defeats and setbacks in Ukraine, but China's got also concerns. The growth outlook looks less and less positive. Tell us about that ender. I mean, it is interesting. This is president Xi's first trip overseas since the pandemic began, and there is going to be under world stage ostensibly showing support for Russia. But in fact, as you mentioned, his own economy at home continues to weaken. We're going to get a lot of new data tomorrow, which is expected to show just how more things remain. We'll get retail sales tomorrow. We will get industrial output tomorrow and we will get fixed asset investment. And we all know what's going on. It is the mixture of the drought. It is the COVID zero restrictions. It is slowing exports. And of course, it has what's happened to housing market or all across China. It's all a dragon growth down economists now talking about growth of three and a half percent, which is extraordinary, only in March the governments had a target of around 5 and a half percent. Some economists even think it could be sub 3%. So there's no doubt that whatever message and signaling president Xi wants portraying the world stage when he does go for that photo opportunity present button. Back at home, the economy remains under severe pressure. Yeah, an interesting meeting that will be later in the context of the economic situation in China, as you say, we'll just hearing from Leander earlier as well, of course, that lockdown still in Chengdu also being one of the last, of course, is being watched very closely as well from the greater economic picture in China, Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent and thank you very much for joining us with the details we will be watching of course for anything that comes out of that meeting of presents she and Putin today. Still ahead on Bloomberg daybreak, you're so the continent is preparing for winter, the EU energy commissioner county Simpson has been speaking to Bloomberg. She says that she expects European ministers to back the energy plan we'll hear from
"one sitting" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
"And it was just so beautiful, the idea of a lot to say about it now. It was just like wonderful and I loved everything about it. But I just couldn't decide what to say other than you should read it. But you might not like it. I'm not sure why I liked it. Well, one thing that we get a lot of, and I know, I'm guilty of this and I'm sure Sara is tos like you read a book and you realize, this is the right book at the right moment for me. And, you know, it's comforting, but it's like, how is that a review? You know what I mean? I think that ties into you love a book so much because it ticks all the boxes in like your current present place and time, but that isn't going to be the case for everyone who picks up that book based on your review. So I think that the balance of loving something but also still being critical can be hard, and sometimes you don't want to be critical. You just want to enjoy the book because it made you feel good things. I think for me, the hardest reviews to write are the ones that are like, it was a book. There are some letters on some pages. Some stuff happened. Do I remember it? Not quite. I finished it. You can't really say it was bad but you can't really say it was good. Like, those middle of the road books are for me the hardest man reviews are the hardest. Yeah, those were some words. Okay. Okay. I think that was even your advice. You gave me as a new reviewer and because I think my very first review was like a C book. This is so hard. It is. The C ones are so hard. They are. Because it's like not egregiously bad, but it's not like, oh my God, you have to read this book right now. And it's like, how much can you keep going in that circle of like, it was okay. Here's why it was okay. It exists. Yeah, it probably not. Should you pick it up? I guess. Like if you want. When Adam was in college, there was a classic rock radio station and one of their promos was this may not be your favorite song, but it has a lot of the same notes. And then I would play a different song. And I feel that way about a lot of books. All right, this is a perfectly serviceable example of this trope. It was there. Yeah, it didn't blow my socks off, and it was technically proficient, but, you know, I wasn't like super excited or super disappointed. I was there, and that's very hard to articulate. I think what gets tricky is when you are trying to both articulate your opinion and then also decipher why you have that opinion. Do you have this opinion of this book because it was the perfect book for you at this moment and it did exactly what you needed to do and for that you are deeply grateful and appreciative even though if you look at it objectively, there are flaws. Or do you have complete inability to be neutral or objective about this book in any regard because you absolutely adored it or because it just offended you to your core. And either way, those are hard positions to explain because if you're Shayna, if you are so over the top in love with a book and it just did everything, sometimes I know that when I'm having that experience, it will start to diminish if I start to try to deploy a critical thinking about it. And I just, I just want the sparkly fluffy gloriousness. I don't want to think too hard about the technicalities. Because they're like, okay, well, yeah, there was that one character who's story didn't get resolved. And one thing I've seen a lot of lately, total aside, I've seen a lot of the conflict being based on I have shitty boundaries. Maybe I will get some, which I can not rate it makes me instantly frustrated. I have no patience. And also conflict that dissolves instead of resolves. Like, we have a conflict, wait, apparently we don't anymore. I have decided, I don't care about this problem. Happy, we're after. And sometimes those two things are present or one of them is present, and I'm really enjoying it and I know them and I start to look at it critically. The bubble will burst and the fantasy will dissolve, and I'll be like, but I just wanted to enjoy my book. My brain sometimes does not help. I mean, that's how I feel about any even if I pick up a book just to read and I don't plan to review. It's like, can I turn that critical part of my brain off and just simply read the fucking book Amanda? I can not just read it and don't think too hard and just kind of like, but no, I think that reviewer part of your brain usually tries to sneak in there. And I'm like, please, please don't. Please stop. Before you log down here, I was telling Sarah that I was up till four a.m. reading the duke I tempted by Scarlett peckham. Yeah, I love that. Which I think I read half of it in one sitting. I looked on my Kindle at like midnight and maybe I'll read something for a minute and then four hours later. I'm loving it, but there's still parts of my brain that are being nitpicky about the pacing so that I feel like that's one thing I struggle with in terms of preserving those good book feelings is like to turn off that critical thinking part of my brain. Yeah, sometimes I can be very resentful of the decision I made to review a book. Like very angry at past me 'cause it's not like, you know, Sarah made me do it. Amanda was like, you must read this book. I chose. No, we don't assign. We let you choose. A good example was the wife and the attic that Jane Eyre retailing. I was reading it. I was just like, God, I love this. I love everything about it. It is just like ringing through me and then oh no, I have to pay attention to things that might not be perfect. I don't want to. Like, I'm throwing a tensor tantrum while reading the book. Like, no. I love you. Don't make me do it. Don't like me acknowledge any flaws, it will ruin the joy. But it's just like Shane had talking to herself in avira. Yeah, so. Shane. My other problem is that when a book has been claimed for review and I want to read it, I'll read it, and sometimes I'm like, damn it, I have many words and no place to put them. Or it completely completely diminishes my motivation and curiosity because I know that I edit the review. So one thing that people who are listening may not know is that every review is edited by me. Like all reviews go through me before they go to the site. So I tend to take it extra personally when something is wrong because I'm like, damn it, I messed up on that one. So all the reviews go through me. Most of the content that is review a critical goes through me. And I know I'm going to read a review of the book. So I either have to hurry up or just accept that I'm going to be reading a review of the book. And that might also color whether or not I want to read it, which is what a good review does. The whole point of a review for the site in most cases is to help a reader make a decision as to whether or not they want to read that book. Whether it's an investment of time or money or both, we want to help people make informed decisions, especially when, like I said, since romances are about emotions, informed decisions sometimes means warning people when something harmful or hurtful might be waiting around the corner. I think back to what you're.
"one sitting" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Suspicious if they talk to family members outside of the Xinjiang province in foreign countries. If they're quote unquote untrustworthy or extremist. We're starting to hear a lot about extremists here in the United States. Yes, we are like I say, only a difference in degrees here. Another common category includes anything related to religion, former detainees or sent to camps for reasons related to Islamic beliefs or practices, including working in a mosque praying Having a prayer mat or possessing a photo or video with a religious then Having a prayer mat. That's right. We've got one sitting here in the studio. Actually Will Coley left it here? Analyzing concert with other testimonial and documentary evidence gathered by journalists and other organizations. The evidence that amnesty has gathered demonstrates that members of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang province were often detained on the basis of what can only be considered guilt by association. Many were interned as a result of their relationships or their perceived or alleged relationships with family, friends or community members, and none of them were guilty of any actual crime of violence or hurting another human being just associating with people. That's enough to do it from the moment they entered a camp detainees lives were extraordinarily regiment that they were stripped of their personal autonomy. And that's pretty standard. And you know any jail with every aspect of their lives being dictated to them. Detainees who deviated from the conduct prescribed by camp authorities, even in the most innocuous ways were reprimanded and regularly physically punished. Often along with their cell mates. Detainees had no privacy. They were monitored at all times, including when they ate, slept and use the toilet. By the way in the Gulag archipelago. He talks about how they were only allowed to go to the bathroom at six a.m.. Once a day. Jesus sip. So I don't know if it's that bad there, but it could be The other detainee's guards or teachers. They were when they were permitted to speak to other detainees. Guards are teachers. They were required to speak in Mandarin, Chinese, the language many of them especially older people, and those from more rural areas. Did not speak or understand. So you can't speak your own language. You must speak the official language of the Chinese government. And that's a bit of an issue if you don't speak the Chinese government's language, But of course, that's their That's their issue altogether. They want this single homogenized culture that all speaks the same language. And of course, if you tried to speak a different language, you will be physically punished. It was insufficient food, water, exercise, health care, sanitary and hygienic conditions, fresh air and exposure to natural light. These these complaints, by the way, have been stated about many U. S prisons. In a lot of cases, maybe not sure, maybe not all at once. But there's no shortage of stories about sewage leaks inside prison cells not being cleaned up in the United States, unsanitary conditions, the old moldy bologna that was being served in the the tent city down in the Phoenix area. I mean, there's just so much of this stuff. Detainees had draconian restrictions placed on their ability to you know, to urinate and defecate. All detainees were required to quote unquote work one or two hour shifts monitoring their cell mates every night. Many former detainees reported that during the first few days, weeks or sometimes, months after arriving, they were forced to do nothing but sit still often and terribly uncomfortable positions for nearly the entire day. This is like the stress positions like they were talking about before. Well, there's no position you can sit in for an entire day that is comfortable. Humans need to move. The typical schedule included three or four hours of classes after breakfast. Then detainees had a lunch or a short and.
President Biden arrives in Belgium ahead of NATO summit
"He's with 29 world leaders to discuss things like Russia, China global terrorism, cyber threats and climate change. After that, the president's next stop is Geneva first sit down with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. They're meeting comes as both Biden and Putin have agreed that relations between their two countries have reached an all time low. Coming up on 11 03. It looks
"one sitting" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth
"You've gotta to get the treatments. The treatments were museum. Big thing to do with the writing. Tb because as a massive long change for them you got multiple dungeon bronze and stuff like that but twenty five people to do that. Fullback thyroid's low crews left and then you've got caroline which really long question which is something i'm currently in the of doing that chain saw it. I can tell you that it is long and it does take a lot of time. If you're not prepared to do it in one sitting and completely sweat out like some no life but some people do some people enjoy it. Some people enjoy playing the game. That light just happened but yet these rights were completed within a few days of Live not for me is absolutely mind boggling. Because to sit there and to power level your character from level sixty to seventy in a couple of days and then do your truman's for all of your rates in one day ish less split into this so you got one day to level two seven t twenty four hours one day to shooting for kasim. Okay nice nothing easy that can be done. But you've got to fund the group for it obviously and then you've got day for doing the right itself. Macadons is layer. And that kind of thing. So yeah you don't you cramming everything and you don't really immi- opinion experiencing experiencing tb see As it should be experienced this is my personal opinion obviously The question really refund to be honest. There a lot of fun and give you quite a bit gold. Quite fairmount gold Obviously when you hit seventy the golden amount is doubled so there is more incentive to do them quests because of is no longer going to give you x. P. that will give you double the amount go twelve tonnes into twenty four gold etc. That kind of thing so believe these rates were done that quickly. Naronha stay looking at cameras on. It looks so much fun account might again myself but the treatment takes forever people enjoying the leveling process at the moment. And i think last the best thing to do you really wanna enjoy yourself leveling experiencing. Tb see you want to experience hellfire you experience zanga marsh nygren taroko forest blades age Never storm and shut 'em you wanna experience o-.
"one sitting" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"In down. Excellent excellent gurgling in my tummy. Great just keep your tummy away from the microphone. You might actually hear it. So i wouldn't be surprised that wants more. Ginger snap cookies for breakfast is what it wants. Oh ginger snap cooking no brownies. Not today unfortunate the genetic decent a decent replacement they do i. I have been known to eat an entire bag in one sitting. Do you then do like cinnamon type coffee as a as a balanced to that nicole. Desert now cinnamon flavors. That's tantamount to drinking a milkshake. Ip it's not no it absolutely is now. This flavored coffee thing was actually a slight debate on the discord yesterday. Believe it or not now. Flavored coffees wrong. Agree to disagree. Anyway what are we talking about today. What we talked about today. Well how how can we not talk about the The explosion in the news of everything going on in the beer industry right now. Yes we wanna talk about that because we have to. We had actually debated not really a debate. But we have mentioned of like. Do we want to say anything about this. Really want to get into the weight into the world of politics beer. But i don't see how we can't because we are part of the industry and we are responsible for adding our voice. I think so. We're gonna talk about it. We're gonna talk about the tag me to moment that the hopefully hopefully the craft beer industry is having because it needs to happen Terribly badly and Yet just give you our insights and how we see. I'd like to be able to tie it back to the overall culture in the craft beer industry and how it needs a change period and to be clear i mean depending on on who's listening and your perspective we look we're too old white men and maybe old. I'm gonna say old but we're older. I hope that this does not come across as as man's planning or however else it might be determined..
"one sitting" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Yes, He's the one sitting at the resolute desk in the Oval Office. White House aides. Specifically people like Susan Rise and Chief of staff Ron Klein. They're the ones running the White House. They're the ones actually making the policy if you think I'm wrong If you think this is tinfoil hat, conspiracy theory type mindset. Here. This This week. Republicans. The Senate said publicly that it was the White House aides were the ones who actually re on what they believed to be in agreement that Joe Biden made on scaling back his infrastructure plan. It's the White House who actually keeps saying that they're not gonna negotiate through the press. And that Biden believes the balls in the GOP's court now Republicans in the Senate Democrat counter offer I believe was yesterday to president Binds $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal. Their plan would spend. I think just short of a trillion dollars about $920 billion with extra money for roads and bridges and airports, you know, actual infrastructure. So the two sides seem to be getting closer to a deal Republican offers, I think, almost double their previous one. While Biden has cut about 550 billion from his In his original offer. Now, regardless how you feel about this infrastructure package. There's very little actual infrastructure spending in it. This is just the latest example of all the White House staff treats Biden As if he's just some invalid who just wanders in the meetings looking for cookie, So doesn't know what anybody else is talking about. Grant you Yes, Joe Biden literally can't get through a paragraph on a teleprompter without butchering a sentence or two. Like he did this week. I think he was trying to think he was praising FEMA in a speech earlier, but there's you know, there's to be beginning. This effort for 2021 is Think we've learned a few lessons from.
"one sitting" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"If you're either there are work. The boss of course is best known. Probably for four kids walk into a bank so you know that type of art style and it really fits this issue. Yeah and it it. It's so unique and different from the main artwork It really stands out and it works because this is a flashback. Issue at set in the nineteen sixties. So he does have that sort classic simple comic book style. This issue is all about A young kid teenager named doc hines who is investigating ufo sightings and the men in black not fully. You're thinking of different men in black suits That are investigating these ufo sightings. This teenager actually makes a zine about it and the rick includes recreation of zine itself. It's a really cool looking issue. And i'm glad that tinian is taking these types of little one and on stories to flesh out the back story of the series again. I really love the series overall but as the larger world of the department of truth and the conspiracies that they're investigating grows it becomes more and more interesting as a series to me so i to jump in real quick here first. Y'all from listening to you on you guys on this show. I am so sold on wanting to the department of truth and volume one is out as of february but important thing is that you can read the first issue for free online if you go to image comics website for the department of truth which means that after this recording the odds that i will be reading the first issue of department truth are very high and then after that it does not look like my library has just yet but maybe we'll go. We'll have it. God bless hoopla volume. One is on hoopla. Hell yes nick you you know these things before. Anyone already rented my own copy on the hoopla. And i think we've hit. Our are mandated hoopla endorsement for this episode. As another book. That i think is also on hoopla after double check. I read this week. Is the book tour. That's by what's it's an. Eugene is published by top shelf last fall in a public library Briefly last week. And i saw list. I grabbed it in stood out to me because i remember seeing this on a bunch of the best of the year lists from last year in. I can see why it's a fantastic book As the title suggests it is about an author. Who's on a book tour in an undisclosed location but it becomes a series of misadventures in understandings and becomes a weird sort of kafka. Ask examination of bureaucracy. It's darkly funny. I picked up the book. And i was gonna read a few pages to get a sense of the tone and ended up just weeding the whole thing in one sitting. It's that kind of comic. Andy watson's art style is probably best described as new yorker cartoon It's very simple. It's a very simple almost sketchy line style. All black and white. But it's amazing ability to do expressive gestures and facial expressions with just a couple dots in a couple of lines. It's masterful cartooning that thing. We're looked so simple yet as you read it you realize just how much complexity and thought goes into each panel to make it work. I found this hilarious. If you have a dry sort of dark sense of humor you'll really enjoy this book as the authors going on the book tour like everything that could possibly go wrong starts going wrong. But he's attempting to keep his composure and it has a sort of british humor to that. You know him trying to pretend that yet. It's not a big deal..
What we really thought of Zack Snyder's Justice League
"This is your daily charge here to help me geek out over the center. Cut is resident. comic book. Expert has seen it staff. Reporter sean kane. Welcome sean yeah look eke it out well before we begin. I want to warn the listener. That we'll be diving into spoiler territory so you've seen the film yet and don't wanna be spoiled. Turn off the podcast now and come back to us later so folks a minute ago. This islands is passed. Let's get into it sean. Overall what did you think of the film. I was pleasantly surprised. I've see reviews are widely varying. And i feel like your acceptance of this movie will is just a litmus test of your feeling about zack. Snyder's vision for these characters in this universe. Like i did not like batman versus superman don of justice even though i lost saying the title For the first time. I saw it and i was like. Oh this is a silly mess gets the characters. Wrong ivory watched it since i re-watch last year the slightly longer ultimate cost. I liked it a lot more. I'm not sure why accepted it so much. I guess the main thing it was is that without expectations. The first time i saw it. I think the first many what's off. They went in with expectations. And so that. Set me up nicely for the snyder costs. I knew what i was getting into. Yeah i actually. I did enjoy it. I was surprised. I would enjoy i. I was convinced was not going to be. I think because expectations were low for me and it was four hours but surprisingly saw confession is i have never watched the original theatrical cut of justice league in one sitting because always fall asleep like i slept through parts of every every time i've watched it and i have after watching a couple times mostly on airplanes. Were the were free and on demand. I was able to get but in multiple parts and i thought it was terrible and so this movie was a huge huge huge upgrade
"one sitting" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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Congressman Ron Wright dies after contracting COVID-19
"Texas Ready and Republican representative Ron Wright, who had long cancer and was hospitalized after testing positive for covert 19 last month has passed away. He was 67 years old. Spokesperson says he died Sunday, but the spokesperson did not know the cause of death. The two term congressman and his wife, Susan, were admitted to a Dallas hospital in the previous two weeks after contracting covert 19. Reid announced shortly after being sworn in for a new term that he had tested positive. He was also hospitalized last year for treatment of lung cancer complications. He's the first sitting member of Congress to die after getting covert 19. In December and incoming Republican member of the U. S House, Luke let low of Louisiana died of complications related to the virus, days after he would have been Sworn in to office.
"one sitting" Discussed on WTOP
"Virus right is the first sitting member of Congress to die after contracting covert 19 Republican Congressman Luke Let love Louisiana died from complications of coronavirus back in December, but It was days before he was set to be sworn in. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge self quarantining now for 14 days going so after a member of the security detail tested positive, the Department of Transportation announces this is a precautionary measure considering the secretary had a negative test result on has received the first dose of the Corona virus vaccine. He's scheduled to receive his second dose. Once his quarantine ends, the agency is also conducting contact Tracing Arrow Barnett, CBS NEWS New York, Odo. I know this too Well, there is bad news. If you suffer from allergies, a new study finds that pollen season is coming earlier and hitting harder and it's all due to global warming. Monday's research is the first to use accepted scientific methods to attribute worsening allergies in the country directly to human caused climate change The big takeaway Since 1990 pollen season has started about 20 days earlier in the U. S and Canada and Pollen loads or 21% higher. Dr Stanley Feinman is an allergist in Atlanta. Years ago, I would tell patients to start their preventive therapy around ST Patrick's state. So now I'm telling them to start on Valentine's Day. This study appeared in Monday's journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Actually, at letter 9 52 if the pandemic has left you behind on Your water bill in the district. You might be.
Congressman Ron Wright dies after contracting COVID-19
"Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died comes more than two weeks after he contracted coronavirus right was 67 had a serious of health challenges in recent years, including being treated for lung cancer. Right and his wife were admitted to a Dallas hospital two weeks ago after coming down with a virus right is the first sitting member of Congress to die after contracting covert
"one sitting" Discussed on AP News
"There's more evidence showing that having the Corona virus may not fully protect against getting infected again with a variant coronavirus case numbers continue to drop. The CDC says more than four million more vaccinations were given over the weekend. Significantly faster clip that in previous days, President Biden sticking by his inauguration day goal. Our hope is that we're going to be able to not only get keep the commitment to get up 100 million shots and people's arms by the 1st 100 days. I think we'll get will exceed that considerably. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says more is needed. We need an increase in the federal supply. Because we still have many people chasing a very Rare and precious resource, the available Doses. Videos went viral on social media, showing throngs of mostly massless fans impact sports bars as a clock inside Raymond James Stadium tick down on the hometown Super Bowl win for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Mayor Jane Castor insists most people followed her mortar. They understood their level of personal responsibility and they were doing the right thing. Former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial starts tomorrow in the Senate. His lawyers accused House Democrats of exploiting the chaos and trauma of last month's capital riot Cornell University Constitutional law professor Michael Dorf. Says the House managers will show the capital riot video. Well, I think it carries a lot of weight and showing the seriousness of what happened. Of course, what Trump's lawyers will say is, yeah, that shows that People did bad things. But that doesn't mean that Trump's responsible a South Dakota state judge rules against a voter approved constitutional amendment that legalized regulation of marijuana. The judge, saying the referendum violated a state requirement and appealed to the state Supreme Court is likely this is AP News. Texas Republican Congressman Ron Right, is the first sitting member of Congress to die after contracting covert 19. There's bad news for people with allergies, A new study finds that pollen season is coming earlier and hitting harder, and it's all due to global warming. Monday's research is the first to use accepted scientific methods to attribute worsening allergies in the country directly to human caused climate change. The big takeaway since 1990 pollen season has started about 20 days earlier in the U. S and Canada and Pollen loads or 21% higher. Dr Stanley Feinman is an allergy. Just in Atlanta. Years ago, I would tell patients to start their preventive therapy around ST Patrick's state. So now I'm telling them to start on Valentine's Day. This study appeared in Monday's journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. I'm Shelly Adler. I'm Tim McGuire. EP NEWS. Biden's plans. I'm Tim McGuire with an AP News MINUTE President Biden expects to easily pass the goal of 100 million coronavirus inoculations over the 1st 100 days of his presidency. Things are beginning a click people are beginning, Tohno. Um I feel that they can find their way to get the vaccine. Biden is also intent on increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. The Congressional Budget Office reports that that increase would reduce the number of people living in poverty and boost wages for millions of workers, while also adding to the federal debt and joblessness. The wage increases part of his broader $1.9 trillion covert 19 relief plan..
Texas Congressman Ron Wright dies after contracting COVID-19
"Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died more than two weeks after he contracted covert 19 right was 67. Not a serious of health challenges in recent years, including being treated for lung cancer right and his wife were admitted to a Dallas hospital two weeks ago after coming down with the virus, right is the first sitting member of Congress to die after contracting Govind 19. You may recall that Republican Congressman elect Luke let low of Louisiana died from complications of covert in December, just days after he was about to be sworn
Texas Representative is first sitting member of Congress to die of Covid
"Texas loses. A representative presented of Ron Wright died Sunday over two weeks after contracting covered 1967 year old Republican from Texas, who had been hospitalized last year for one cancer treatment, is the first sitting member of Congress to die after a battle with the virus. CBS is Zach
"one sitting" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"one sitting" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Back to back the same gear. Nobody is going to go home. No, you're gonna go home and change. No one's gonna go right from all the E. No one's gonna go right from all the to the Shriner Circus ball. There's gonna be a stop between those two activities Don't know that is between What if you don't have time that don't go to all these. That's true. It's all day. Get bag change in the bathroom. Yeah, This seems like it's putting a lot of things altogether at leisure and elegance. Just don't go together. No and glamour. Glamour is closed. One sits in again. You know the best ideas or when there is even is when there's a hidden demand or a demand of the public doesn't realize we need Uh, you know, like cronuts. We didn't know we needed a doughnut and a Cristante mixed together. But the son of a biscuit. We have them. You know, he's go together. We didn't know that we needed. Yeah, we didn't. We didn't know We needed four varieties of coke, but we have it. This isn't a needy if nobody is clamoring for this, because there's no there's no fever. There's no example when this would ever come in handy. Yeah, Let's just stick with Athleisure. Yes. Perfect. Yes. How about this? Another trend for 2021? I guess there's been an increased a search for room dividers. Okay? Yeah. E could see that, like like a screen like a little screen for foldable wall desks, things that can divide rooms but still kind of get out of the way without actually putting up a brand new wall. Ah, like one of those screens that in the old movies, the women always stepped behind a change and they tossed their garments over the top of it. I want one of those Is that what we're talking about? That's pretty cool. Yeah, well, It's trending right now, so I can get that room divider. Well, that's because we're all spending a lot of time with each other. Yeah, we want in in our homes..
What to expect from the media and streaming world at CES 2021
"Wonder woman nine hundred. Four headaches bill max at the same time as theaters on christmas day big change the status quo streaming. We'll hear more about the seismic shift to see us. So let's break down what we expect. Roger chang and this is your daily charge with me to discuss this. Is our media expert johnson. Welcome joan tyrod. So what are you expecting a from this very special very remote and virtual ceus very special. Cs indeed media has always had a big presence at cbs. It's kind of felt like a satellite separate. See us in a way. There'd be this huge confab media. Movers and shakers they all sort of congregate at the area. So it's sep. It's physically separate from from where the show floors are and it felt kind of like its own conference in and of itself. It's grown over the years but of course like everything else would see this year. It's going to be completely different. Virtual and a lot of the reason that people go meet people media marketing go to see us is because it gives you that opportunity at the beginning of the year. Everyone's going to be there. You can have meetings. You can try to broker the deals that you haven't been able didn't weren't able to get to get to blast year you can start strategizing stuff for the next year and so because we're not physically the same place and none of that's going to happen. We are gonna have is still going to have some media executives coming to see talking on panels. There's going to be an attempt at recreating a party. Virtually we'll see how that goes. But the main highlight the big person that's going to be talking is going to be an sarnoff who is essentially the head of warner brothers. Studios and warner brothers is of course the studio that made a lot of people in hollywood go postal for their planned to release all their movies on. Hbo max over this year yeah. Let's let's talk about that one woman. Nineteen eighty four. It was a big coup for consumers who already had. Hbo match what they figured out that they had hbo. Max the able to stream it right away and christmas day but it didn't it. Obviously we talked about this earlier. It definitely annoyed angered a number of folks in hollywood. I'm curious if you think we're going to get any more feedback or any more commentary around that from radio. That's certainly what people are most interested in hearing since wonder woman nineteen four was released this way Basically it was the first sitting of this hybrid the so called hybrid strategy of releasing warner brothers. New movies online and in theaters at the same time for a month. And then those movies come off of. Hbo max and from all indications it the strategy did really really well for wonder woman you know it had sixteen point seven million at the us box office. Its first weekend which is the best that any film has done. Post pandemic in the us by far Of course it's it's a fraction of what would happen in normal times with these are normal times and so that's why that's why it's also it also was on. Hbo maxine hbo's max's traffic. You know we don't have a lot of data to go out about how popular it was. Hbo max has said that viewing hours. The day that one woman nineteen eighty-four was released on max tripled compared to a typical day. The pre the previous month so by all indications this strategies first attempt was successful. What we don't know is whether or not the initial rancour from hollywood insiders about this plan whether that success has placated anger. Or if warner brothers is going to need to make changes to placate some of those hollywood movers and shakers so that it doesn't completely shred it's relationships with big name directors with stars. That are that are disappointed in how things going on. I don't know if they're actually going to talk about that. But that's certainly what people want to know. Yeah there's clearly love anticipation for that. I magic actually. The the media side of us would somewhat benefit from the remote nature of the show because the show is traditionally have been all about big gadgets. Tv's appliances things that you want to physically be at the show for two to touch and to get hands on time with with media a lot of it is is discussing about what's going dentistry showing off trailers stuff that you don't actually physically need to be there for. Do you think that that that aspect of it might i guess. Bolster the media's role in this year now even s every other time see. cs has been a physical event. People that go to the media focused element of they. Don't even go to the show floor. Like i don't know how many times i've talked to people at what zona see space which is kind of the general term for the location in the area where the media focused. The stuff is happening. Anytime i asked him have actually gone to the show floor. I don't think i've ever heard anybody that said. Oh yeah yeah yeah. I checked it out. Sometimes you'll be like. Oh maybe at the end when i there's some time at the end before i fly out. I might go over there and see what's still happening but people in media. Don't go go to to try out physical gadgets and see things in person they go there to see each other in person and so the fact that this is a virtual festival just means that not. As many people have an impetus to participate. Because most of the impetus is to go there and see people and interact with them. Yeah and get get deals.
Jon Ossoff and the movement energy hes tapping in Georgia
"John asa. Thanks so much. For coming on the podcast. Thank you so much. Jonathan grade the bigger right so you just started a bus tour a six day bus tour. If i remember right where are you going. And what kind of reception have you been. Been getting because it's been a one day already so far. Yesterday we were out in in madison and augusta and we will be hitting not just every major city but Several dozen small towns will be very visible in rural georgia. And this is the health jobs and justice bus tour across the state in the program that we are encouraging folks to get out and vote to support is one that ensures every georgian has great healthcare that we invest in economic recovery and job creation infrastructure clean energy and that we passed major criminal justice reform at a new civil rights act and that is galvanizing our coalition. There is movement like energy in georgia. Right now and as. You've heard me talk about jonathan. The situation in georgia is unusual. Because you've got a young jewish son of an immigrant running alongside a black preacher. This is not how democrats have been running in the south for the last couple of decades of talk more about that. Because i've heard you say that in television interviews Mostly in television interviews. And you know you both. You and reverend warnock who. You're talking about another person. Who's been on the podcast of your both sons of the south but for you in particular you were born and raised in georgia. As you just said you jewish-american and for a lot of people. The south has not been hospitable to african americans or jewish-americans. Talk talk about your your Your childhood your upbringing a did you endure wild antisemitism there in georgia not wild anti semitism up but it's something that pops up from time to time in the life of any jewish person. I think that. Because i don't wear a keep up right a yarmulke because i'm not outwardly. Observant I would not attract the same sort of over a of anti-semitism might who's judaism is more apparent externally or as a black person might in the south. But i think that when i inflict on my childhood so i was bar mitzvah at the temple which is a a reform synagogue in atlanta and one of the interesting things about the history of the temple is that it was nineteen fifty seven when dr king established the elsie in atlanta and it was nineteen fifty eight when the temple was bombed and from the late nineteen fifties through the civil rights movement of the early and mid nineteen sixties and all the way through the present day there has been an alliance between blacks and jews in georgia and when i first sat down to have a meal with congressman john lewis because my first ever exposure to anything like public service was working as a very very young man in his office where he wanted to talk to me. You were in high school. That's why it's had very very young man that exactly. I mean we ever had for about ninety minutes. He wanted to talk about that alliance. He wanted to talk about how he marched. Alongside rabbis and jewish activists. Here was a young jewish man in his office. He wanted to talk about the necessity of nurturing and strengthening that alliance and not taking for granted that that would happen on. Its own and so i- i reflect often as you've heard me reflect about how he is looking down on us right now in georgia smiling.
Johnny Depp Allegedly "Romantic" With Angelina Jolie, and Gwyneth Paltrow talks about Public Scrutiny
"I daily please. Welcome scott tweeted back to the show so much for joining us come for the christmas trees decorations. Everything christmas tree competition between justin. And i later in the show's to stick around for that. Okay it's a new way to light up your tree all right up. First today. the hollywood reporter reports that johnny depp dated angelina jolie cure nightly an marion cotillard. And all the details are about to go public sued. Johnny's going back to court With the defamation case against his ex wife amber heard it's based on an essay she wrote about abuse for the washington post back in two thousand eighteen. Now according to the hollywood reporter johnny will have to turn over all responsive communications with his alleged romantic partners in angelina. Marian and kiera have all been named in court. Documents now marian. Akira have already there on this. They told us they were never romantically involved with johnny. And we have not heard back yet from angelina so interesting. It's a little more of this. He said she said drama Do you think the trial will be even more damaging or possibly embarrassing for johnny than the british trial was. It's all so ridiculous. This man is doing this based on something that came out and twenty eighteen with everything going on in two thousand twenty and in the world. No one even remembers that johnny depp amber heard all of these issues anyway. what. I think we're more they issues. I mean in the bay. I mean he kept on saying allegedly in the bank. Yes that's what you would remember more. And i and johnny feels. He needs to clear his name and he has filed the. He's already put this much money into it. I see him wanting to see this through the time that he did this. He was hot on it. But by the time you actually go to trial and all this davits it does feel like wow. Why are they still doing this. But also twenty twenty probably delayed a lot of things you know. It delayed a lot of stuff. And everybody's lives feel for these women who are now being dragged into this and they have nothing to do with johnny depp now carrying kierra in delina. Their names are part of this drama. And according to kira and marian they tell us like why we were never even romantically dated part of it. That's the worst part of the if somebody denies there your data when you say you did and it's on court documents said negative about this. Johnny's just wants to come out swinging. He wants to clear everything and go so he's got nothing to lose right now the position he's in even though farrah's outside his list you can lose a lot with this fahim. It's like there's nothing to lose. This is heaven hell scenario. It's heaven for the lawyers. I only gel for everyone else. One hundred percent. I totally agree and by the way there are times where companies know that. They're not wrong. They know that they are not liable for what happens to somebody but lawyers will say you need to settle this out of court because it's gonna cost you more in the long run. Why is no one sitting down with johnny depp. In saying yo at this point we know what you want to do. You want to clear your name. We know you're eagles getting involved. But you have to protect some of your reputation and dragging this out in american court after we just did it for a year in the uk cords. This is not going to be good for you. Take the l you still got ten million fantastic beasts. Somebody's gonna come back around for you. Mel gibson can get back from sugar. Tits. you can get back from this. Mean buddy but it's bunny but it's not all right. Well let's move on now normally when you're not dealing with an ugly trial there are so many perks. Do being a famous actress. Money fame and boyfriends. Like brad pitt. But gwyneth paltrow says the cost of fame was so high that she didn't want to keep doing it. Here's how she explained it on sirius. Xm's quarantined with bruce part of the shine of acting. What wore off. You know being in such intense public scrutiny beings a kid who's like living every break-up on every headline like being criticized for everything you do say in where show and also the the you know you're you're it's so transitory you're always all over. You think was more famous for her acting or for headlines. Sometimes i think back. In the olden days of hollywood in the early two thousands they kinda sorta went hand in hand. I think you became more famous when you were in a couple. And i think that's why a lot of times eight listeners hookup because they realize that their currency is doubled. Now still true today. The people don't use it as much as the used to i think. Stars kerry washington a-list stars mindy kaelin. They don't really use their relationships. Kids that are personalized very much. They have restricted that access and they got smart because they realized that once you do it once you can never stop ever even if you wanna stop it yet. Can't do it also in tech entrepreneurs and the new this out is yeah. I agree with you. i think for me. She's always been movie star. I assure the tabloids all the time about relationships but nine hundred ninety eight was her year sliding doors shakespeare in love expectations that was about the film's first and foremost and then after. That came all this when i started google and that created like a whole new kind of door to joe. And yeah she. She's now opened the doors to say like whatever. But i also think he's at a point now where she is just like take handles it all so much better. That's why she's clearly pursued kept pursuing this staying in the main stream and being super famous at the way she could've hidden away and not been out and about but she's everywhere like does not shy away at all so she's clearly got come to terms with this. I do think like it always helps if you can get into a relationship with another celebrity. I mean if you're trying to increase your fame. I'm that's why you have so many I'm using i know wags is not a bad term but i mean the women who there are a lot of women that go after just famous people are a lot of men that just go after famous women and it's like they do that for a period of time because they're really trying to increase their stardom and it helps