35 Burst results for "Only Four"
A Young Fire Spouse's Journey With Her Husband's Cancer Diagnosis
"A few episodes back we sat down with Diane Carter and she shared her story of her husband's line of duty, panther diagnosis, and her relentless pursuit of making turnouts safe and just exploring PFAS and all that fun stuff about exposure in the workplace. If you haven't listened to that podcast, we definitely recommend it. And today we actually have another first responder spouse, Brittany San Pedro with us to share her story about her husband's line of duty cancer diagnosis. Brittany, welcome. Thank you for having me. Brittany San Pedro is a speech therapist assistant, wife to a firefighter and a mom. She has been with her husband for 10 years and has an 18 month old and another one on the way. In late October of 2019, Brittany's husband at the age of 30 and 10 years into his career noticed a small lump on his collarbone. After several tests, he was diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was the first line of duty cancer diagnosis in the history of Greeley fire department. Since then, many changes to screening and early detection have been made as a department. As a result, several malignant polyps, skin samples and ultrasound readings have potentially saved the lives of other firefighters within the department. Today, Brittany is sharing her story to help anyone who may feel alone or scared, especially after a health diagnosis. She also wants to encourage change and promote the importance of regular screenings and early detection. Okay. So tell us your story a little bit, the whole thing. We want to hear it. My husband came home one day and just kind of mentioned like, Hey, I got out of the shower at work and I just noticed I had a bump on my collarbone. And he's like, you know, I haven't had my yearly physical. I'm going to go in, have it checked out. And you know, none of us, we weren't really worried. And we were just kind of like, okay, he has a bump. We're going to go check it out. And his general practitioner ran blood work and then started him on antibiotics thinking it was just an infection. His body was fighting something and blood work came back fine. It didn't go down with the antibiotics. At that point, they did an X -ray. Everything looked fine. The blood work looks fine. And his general practitioner asked him what he did for a living. And you know, you fill out that survey, you tell him what you do. And he's like, you know what? We're going to, we're going to keep going. We're going to keep looking. If you're fine with that. You're a firefighter. It just makes me sit better if I, if I keep digging a little bit. And he kept going in for appointments. He then got an ultrasound done. After the ultrasound, he scheduled an appointment for a biopsy to have it looked at. And at this point we hadn't even heard the word cancer yet. I at the time was a special education teacher at a school across the street from the hospital where he was having the biopsy done. He texted me and let me know he was going in. He was super nervous. I let my co -teacher know, Hey, my husband doesn't usually have his feelings out like that. And lets me know that he's there. He's like, that's fine. Go. I ran across the street and he went back. Everything was fine. He came back out and then he just had this look on his face that I'll never forget his eyes started welling up with tears. And I guess the doctor who performed the doctor tech who performed the biopsy, you know, before his doctor had a chance to say anything told him, yeah, this is pretty typical for lymphoma. And both of us were just kind of like, what is happening? What's going on? We were hit by a bus. We didn't even know that this is something that they were looking for. And we called our closest friends, our little mini fire family. And we were like, Hey, we need support tonight. And in a minute, everybody was together at one of our friends house and everybody was just talking trash about the guy who stepped out of his scope of practice and said some things he maybe shouldn't have. And we were like, it's not going to happen. He's too young. He's healthy. There's no way. So a couple of days went by, we got a phone call saying that the doctor wanted us to come in, even though it was his day off and usually not a great sign. So we were a little nervous going in. And then when we sat down, he let us know that they, they did find it to be Hodgkin's lymphoma and that they needed to start figuring out what stage he was at coming up with a plan, trying to figure out everything. And we were both strong until they asked us, you know, are you guys, you guys are young. You guys just got married, just bought a house. Like you, are you guys wanting to start a family at some point? And I just started bawling because I already knew what was coming. And he said, I recommend that you reach out to a fertility specialist, if that's something that you would want to do. And you start reaching out to all your resources. And we did, after that, he started chemo in like less than a week. It was probably like four or five days. And he had chemo, he had it on Christmas. He had it, like he started in November, had it for about six months and then took a little bit of a break and then started radiation. And then after he went through radiation, his end date was March 14th, 2020. And then right after that, the next day the world shut down, but it was just, you know, for us, it was just amazing because he never, we never went to an appointment alone. It was just such a somber time. We were just had this dark cloud of stress and not knowing and anything. And at the same time when it was so dark, such a beautiful thing, because we had the department bringing rigs and down we packed that cancer center and, you know, we had some of his best friends, like his best man and another Lieutenant was there at every single one of his chemo appointments. And, you know, everybody kind of band together for him. It was kind of, it was a beautiful thing to see everybody supporting each other and making sure that he was never alone. You know, the Terry Farrell Fund reached out right away. You know, they did a cut it for cancer for him. It was just something that they hadn't ever experienced before at the, this department. And we were, we were just kind of overwhelmed with all the support that we had,
How Dan Found Himself in the Middle of the Global War or Truth
"You kind of got a you got to kind of creep in early on this story so let me give you little something background happened had to me why are you telling us a personal story because it's about me but it's not really about me it's about this global war on the truth and censorship and how i found myself in the middle of it is almost totally by chance so last was it last week or another week before the week before I traveled to Texas to do a book signing and while I was there my friend Steven Crowder who's got a show Louder with Crowder he was actually on the radio show some of you heard it he's the guy who broke the Nashville Manifesto story he's been around for he's been streaming you know longer than I've been on the air uh so he's been at this a long time he's got a very popular show called Louder with Crowder and we developed sort of a business kind of relationship because I'm investor an in Rumble and he's one of Rumble's most popular talents if not the most he gets a ton of streams he does ton a of content so we struck up a friendship I promised his story as an ending so I said today when I'm out there you know I he'd asked me to come on the show I'd asked him to go on the show was it a perfect kind of symbiotic thing I said while I'm out in Dallas where his studio was I said why don't we do a show together and his team who couldn't have been more gracious about it they were like yeah matter of fact let's do a two hour live stream we'll do an hour your show an hour an Steve show and the only difference between Steve show and mine is I'm exclusively on Rumble I I quit YouTube a long time ago after I quit YouTube they tried to say they fired me which was hilarious because my last video on YouTube was literally titled why I'm leaving YouTube so whatever but you do is that you can't leave we we terminated you okay whatever guys if you need to tell yourself that you go right ahead but I'm either either way I'm not on YouTube but but Steve is he does some content on YouTube so because I was banned from YouTube you were banned from YouTube Dan how is that what did you do I did something really horrible do you remember what it was Jim it was bad I deserved it folks yeah yeah I did that but come on it's Jim does remember so I did this thing listen folks get ready if you got kids around you you might want to turn the radio down this is gonna be it's definitely not appropriate for children so I went on on YouTube and I proceeded to tell people that those surgical masks people were wearing when COVID was peeking out and everybody was freaking out I told people on my YouTube channel that they don't stop COVID and that's what happened this is exactly how you were there we didn't even know he said so crazy Jim had a report that was the response in YouTube wait Jim Jim can you play it out again this was the actual was Jim's got this on tape he was actually had a reporter on the ground got this all on tape I went on a show and I said folks bad news for you those surgical masks are not gonna stop the transmission of COVID and then this happened okay that's checkers that's okay reject that's not the actual although it probably was the actual footage I'm okay not by joking the way that's really why I was banned from YouTube now that's not the real reason I was banned from I am HO in my opinion the real reason I was banned from YouTube is because was I an investor and a rather large one in their competitor which is rumble where my podcast and Steven Crowder's is hosted so the strange thing happened this weekend that yesterday I see account tweets out that he's got another strike from YouTube two strikes for having me on he tweeted out YouTube wants is dead they just hit us with two strikes one on the main channel one on Crowder bits just for having Dan Bongino on we're one strike away from being permanently banned he notes this is why we have mug club and rumble it's the only way to support support the mission can you imagine being a trillion dollar company alphabet google that owns YouTube finding a little old Dan Bongino so scary that he goes on Steven Crowder show which makes its way onto YouTube and you threatened to ban him permanently from the platform and issue them two strikes for doing it folks listen there's a serious uh there's kind of a serious off ramp to this highway I'm on here the reason I'm telling you this story is can if happen it to me it can happen to you I had an option when YouTube started relentlessly attacking my channel for telling you the truth about COVID I had prepared myself by going over to not only investing in rumble but to bringing my audience over to rumble we had 800 ,000 subscribers on youtube we now have 2 almost .97 3 million subscribers on rumble so it's not even close so I had a backup what I'm trying to tell you is if we lose this next election and they know they've got the censors and the Biden regime and the been in charge for the next four
The REAL Reason Dan Was Banned From YouTube
"From I am HO in my opinion the real reason I was banned from YouTube is because was I an investor and a rather large one in their competitor which is rumble where my podcast and Steven Crowder's is hosted so the strange thing happened this weekend that yesterday I see account tweets out that he's got another strike from YouTube two strikes for having me on he tweeted out YouTube wants is dead they just hit us with two strikes one on the main channel one on Crowder bits just for having Dan Bongino on we're one strike away from being permanently banned he notes this is why we have mug club and rumble it's the only way to support support the mission can you imagine being a trillion dollar company alphabet google that owns YouTube finding a little old Dan Bongino so scary that he goes on Steven Crowder show which makes its way onto YouTube and you threatened to ban him permanently from the platform and issue them two strikes for doing it folks listen there's a serious uh there's kind of a serious off ramp to this highway I'm on here the reason I'm telling you this story is can if happen it to me it can happen to you I had an option when YouTube started relentlessly attacking my channel for telling you the truth about COVID I had prepared myself by going over to not only investing in rumble but to bringing my audience over to rumble we had 800 ,000 subscribers on youtube we now have 2 almost .97 3 million subscribers on rumble so it's not even close so I had a backup what I'm trying to tell you is if we lose this next election and they know they've got the censors and the Biden regime and the been in charge for the next four years folks I'm warning you right now you're next you are running out of opportunities to set up a presence in the parallel economy I'm not telling you to get off youtube or or twitter or anything like that or twitter is actually ok now but facebook I'm telling not you I'm on Facebook I'm not time we talk on Facebook a lot of us matter of fact the guy who couldn't figure out if you know you know was on Facebook right I'm not telling you to get off it stay there I'm simply telling you you are insane to not set up a separate and distinct profile for yourself in the parallel economy I'm telling you even even relaxing lady Rachel's telling
Democrats Are Threatening Israel's Very Survival
"You know it's interesting when israel one it's independence the state of israel and people get confused with that and how how long the jewish people have been there the jewish people have been there for four thousand years but the modern state of israel the establishment of the state of israel it was proclaimed on may 14 1948 within a few hours president truman issued from the white house a statement that said the states united government recognized the provisional government as the de facto authority the new state of israel two days later the soviet union followed with a formal recognition to an exchange of letters by stalin's right -hand man stoff and should talk the foreign minister of israel and it said confirm your receipt of your telegram on may 16 in which you inform the government of the ussr of the proclamation on the basis of the revolution of the united nations resolution november 1947 of the creation of alzheimer the independent state of israel make requests for the recognition of state of by the ussr i inform you in this letter that the government of the ussr has decided to recognize officially the state of israel and its provisional government so today's so two days later the soviet union recognizes israel and from that moment until 1967 formal diplomatic relations but seven diplomatic relations were broken off and weren't resumed until 1991 one the . also israel's closest ally the state of israel was established was not the united states it was france. france was israel's closest ally and it's believed that france provided israel with certain technological information to enable them to build atomic weapons it was france. eisenhower was a little chilly toward israel at least at the toward the end by the despite what some israeli officials are saying at the highest levels in even worse than obama even though obama's acolytes are surrounding biden in instituting their ideological agenda the fact is you can see since obama's presidency that the demographics of the country enhance the demographics of the democrat party have significantly changed. there's more islamists operating under the umbrella of the democrat and receiving tenure and receiving student visas and all the rest of it than during the obama administration and exist big time now and being funded by billionaires and they're being lost network and others
Mark Issues a Dire National Warning
"You they have more negative hostile things to saying about the state of israel and how they're trying to defend themselves then the almanats regime in i'm telling you now that israeli leaders i don't care what party i don't care who they are have got to stop praising joe biden not for political reasons here or there but because they're only motivating him and his radical administration to continue to put pressure behind the scenes and now in front of the scenes on that country like no other country has to face all of this is predictable just look at my tweets for the last month or listen to my broadcast for the last month a four -day cease -fire is not going to be a five -day six -day
What About the American Hostages in Gaza?
"A deal reached by extensive of u s diplomacy including numerous calls i've made from the oval office to leaders across the region fighting in gaza will halt for four days this deal also is structured to allow a pause to continue for more than fifty hostages to be released that's our all that's our goal what about americans nothing will we learn anything it about anytime soon probably not is that the new norm with this president absolutely so you better enjoy what we gave you because that's all we're going to give you and if you going to get something else you're just absolutely wrong you're not going to outside of that let me also tell you there's something you need to read that mark uh... wrote it came out yesterday it says congress must investigate anthony blinken the great traitor he said anything bleak is a despicable con who is organizing arab and european and countries the u n around the backs of our congress and israel to carve up israel and gift the palestinian massive swaths of israeli country israel's country that's his response for the palestinians murder slaughter of israelis blinken is using israel's need for weapons to threaten and blackmail israel diplomatically and impose his at and will this is not how foreign
Aunt Retells the Tragic Story of J6 Defendant Matthew Perna
"Rest of your holiday weekend and please enjoy the show. Well if you listen to my show before I don't know if you just tuned in or when you tuned in but I was telling a story about these new January 6 videos which now clearly tell an entirely different side of the story I said a lot of stuff happened on that day we've talked about it candidly fairly on this show for a very long time what bothers me is the left was looking to hide an entirely different side of what happened that day not us it was them doing because they don't want you to see the entire story they want you to see what just died and one of the stories is about a really tragic case of a gentleman named Matthew Perna and here to discuss that is a good friend and a real warrior his aunt Jerry thanks a lot for taking the time we really appreciate you coming on today thank you for having me on well we met through police tapes this movie we did and I remember seeing you on the Dinesh had sent me kind of a screener rough cut of the movie and I'm watching you talk about Matthew and what happened to Matthew and my wife I looked over and she couldn't take it neither could I it was such a horrible story if you could tell the audience what happened with Matthew let's and yeah just just tell them what happened your your version of it is really kind of tough to listen to but everyone needs to hear it well Matt went to the Capitol on January 6th he thought going he to was be part of a celebration that day the crowd was big and he got you know into the crowd and it was announced that Mike Pence had certified the election results it wasn't exactly what what he had planned and as the crowd moved forward they went to the Capitol and he was in a huge crowd of people people and he did go in he went inside a door that had been previously opened he walked around inside the building filming from his phone and he walked out he went back to his hotel he made a live Facebook video talking about the day the video is still visible on our website he was very calm and cool just talking about the day and he he made a comment that he said Mike Pence proved himself to be a traitor today and he said but don't worry don't worry this isn't over yet and that was basically the way he said it and about a week or so later I'm sitting on my couch in Florida maps up in Pennsylvania and I saw a post Facebook that said the FBI had posted pictures of people from January 6 so I clicked on the link and I was scrolling through the photos and lo and behold there's Matt's picture and I was speechless I didn't know what to do so I called one of my brothers up in Pennsylvania and I said you need to go to Matt's house first thing in the morning his picture is on the FBI website so six o 'clock in the morning warning my brother shows up at Matt's house and Matt already knew that his picture was there and he and he had contacted a retired police officer and asked him what he should do he told him to call the local office saw the FBI in Newcastle Pennsylvania so at nine o 'clock in the morning that's exactly what Matt did and Matt seriously thought this was all a huge misunderstanding he just needed to explain that he didn't hurt anybody he didn't break anything and he thought this would be resolved and so the FBI came out to talk to him and I had a couple of my brothers there present as witnesses and they listened to Matt's story and they made it seem like yeah I was just a misunderstanding and they left and Matt called me and I said you know I don't like the sound of this I said I'm coming home so I a got on plane and I flew home that week and I said we need to get you a lawyer and we did we got him a lo lawyer and and behold the FBI showed up and arrested Matt that week while I was there and they took him in and they processed him and they may let him go he was not placed in custody he was told he had to report to somebody if he were to leave the was charged with four misdemeanors the regular ones the rating disorderly and conduct and we met with his attorney his attorney said oh this is nothing this is just a slap on the wrist you've never been arrested for anything before don't worry about it I've got this well then they slapped 220 of the J sixers with the felony charge of obstruction of an official proceeding and that's when it got serious but his attorney was still saying don't worry this is this is nothing so somebody sent me video that they had of matt outside of the capitol at 2 55 in the afternoon and I says well that's almost 45 minutes after congress adjourned you hadn't even gone inside yet he said no so I thought well there's your evidence right there it's right there on video you didn't go inside you didn't obstruct anything so I sent it to his attorney and his attorney said it nope doesn't matter they said he was there so it was an obstruction and and that video isn't going to help so this was a start of a nightmare a nightmare watching matt worry and deteriorate because the newspaper facebook social media everybody was brutal they were showing the video from january six that everybody has seen countless times and calling it an insurrection and matt's community turned against him his business which he ran through social media was taken away from him all of the accounts were he disabled and didn't want to leave his house anymore and he would have meetings with his attorney that were you would have to go into the attorney's office and they would meet with the judge via zoom because of the whole covid mess and they would cancel those meetings at the very last minute every and postpone them and it would just wear on him because he would prepare himself mentally what he was going to say and they would say up it's been canceled and this went on for quite some time and um that was deteriorating something awful he no longer ran he was a runner he gave away his television because he couldn't stand to see the news anymore with his picture on his dad was who is my oldest brother has parkinson's disease and it was affecting him something awful and matt felt very guilty about the effect it had on his dad and as the year was coming to a close it was almost christmas matt had lost a ton of wait he was vomiting blood at this point and he told his attorney just i just need this to be over what's the best way for this to be over his attorney said plead guilty you're looking at six to twelve months in a federal prison camp minimum security and matt says okay what then i'll that's do and matt was going to he told me i'll turn it into a positive he said i'll teach my fellow inmates help them get their geds i'll work on another degree for myself at the time matt was very intelligent and very giving so that was settled and the hearing was scheduled for march the third and a week before the hearing matt called his attorney and he said i just have a bad feeling it's just a counseling came over me so that's the day my mother died march the third his attorney says well matt i have bad case they've postponed your your hearing again to april fool's day and the prosecution is looking to add a sentencing enhancement of terrorism and this could have taken matt's sentence to nine years in jail matt called me on the phone sobbing that day uncontrollably sobbing sobbing i could not hardly understand him he kept telling me he he loved me kept apologizing to me for losing all of my friends because i lost every friend i almost almost everyone i ever had over this and i told him don't worry we're going to get through this together don't worry god's not going to let you go to jail i promise you this and he told me he loved me i told him i loved
Successful People Don't Get Stuck on Failure
"Second year in my business, second year, not first year, not first month, second year in business, my phone didn't ring for two weeks. And a lot of people were saying, what are you going to do? I mean, you know, how are you going to make this work? Your phone's not ringing. What are you going to do? I could have easily quit. I could have easily tapped out right there. And then a few years later, I didn't tap out. It's gradually started growing. And my sixth year in business, I was applying for a building loan because we had plans to build a new building to get out of the garage that we had built the second year in business. And I went to five banks, five banks. They said, no way, no way, no way, no way, no way. And I could have easily thrown in the towel, tapped out right there. But I didn't. The sixth, the bank said, yes. And we were in business. I mean, we were building a building. And I got, you know, I got all the walls built on that building and I hired a contractor and we had to do a lot of, remove a lot of trees and do all the foundational work and all that kind of stuff. But they were putting the walls up and got all four walls up and they didn't have them supported well. And one Saturday they collapsed. Yeah, that's, a lot of people would have thrown in a towel right there because it's just, I don't give up easily. The contractor, it was his fault. He didn't have them supported properly. He fixed it, ended up building the building, blah, blah, blah. So you know, things happen. The list, my list of obstacles and failures go on and on and on and on and on. And successful people, they don't get stuck on failure. Failure is just part of the process to succeeding. And that's what you got to know.
Uncovering the Deceptive Strategy Against RFK
"Now that I think it's critical. What am I getting? I'm getting at polls and RFK junior folks I'm telling You you are getting so played by this story They want you so badly when I say I you mean the DeSantis Trump crowd I Haley's kind of doing okay did the Republicans is what I'm at getting they want you to help them get RFK out of the race and the way they're doing it is Really deceitful, and if you know politics like I do having run and been on kind of the other Side of this operation you see right through it. It's so transparent. It's my dipsy -do -flip -a -roo theory Whatever the Democrats are telling you to do do the opposite So I've noticed all these media outlets Left -wing media outlets all reporting on oh my gosh RFK man this guy's gonna really hurt Donald Trump and Mike what's the first thing you should be thinking the dipsy -do -flip -a -roo read Headline the in reverse RFK will help Donald Trump. They're exactly right not hurt. There's nothing Left -wing media lies to you about everything always measure how you should Spawn based on the opposite of what they're doing if they're worried about a story you should be excited about a story If they're telling you get RFK out of the race he's gonna hurt you it means he's gonna help you a lot of people fell for this And though they're like ice because I still see it on social media on Twitter particularly Where people are like Man this guy's gonna steal a bunch of voters from Trump folks this guy's gonna take about three to Four voters away from Biden for every one he takes away from Trump Here it is always bring the receipts baby always new poll general election Harvard Harris Harvard Harris, so we're not talking about some like poll operation here including undecided voters Trump Biden straight -up head -to -head match no third -party candidates included Trump wins by 748 41 folks before I get to the RFK thing. This is news enough. Why go to Tom Bevin social media feed Twitter he has a tweet up right now Pointing out something really interesting about this number here Trump 48 Biden 41 in 2016 when Trump won as you remember I can make a strong case about to But that's for another day in 2016 when he was sitting in the White House folks Donald Trump out at 46 .2 he's at 48 now He peaked out at 46 .2. He's nearly two points better right
What Is the Richmond Promise? Executive Director Chris Whitmore Explains
"What is the Richmond Promise and what are your goals with the organization in the community? Absolutely. So Richmond Promise is a post -secondary access and success initiative that launched here in Richmond in 2016. And Richmond Promise is actually an initiative of the Richmond City Council. So our, our city leaders created Richmond Promise and created our organization using $35 million in seed funding that has been on a pay schedule here at Richmond Promise over the course of nine years. And so our seed funding that the city council secured for us actually sunsets next year. But as a post -secondary access and success initiative, our goals are to help young people in Richmond access higher education pathways and educate young people about what higher education pathways exist for them to access. We support students with a scholarship that is applicable for up to six years of their undergraduate experience. And our scholars, and that's a scholarship of $1 ,500 per year, again, for up to six years of a student's undergraduate education. And our scholars can use that scholarship at any not -for -profit and accredited two -year college, four -year college or university or career technical education program throughout the United States. Now I'll talk about that a little bit more. So that's higher education access and scholarship support. When our students are in college or are in a career technical education program, we also support them with scholar success programming. And this is wraparound support to ensure that students not only get accepted into a degree program or into a career technical education program, but they're also supported to ensure that they earn their degrees, earn their certifications. And then after they've reached that milestone, and this is a growing portion of our organization, we are building out our career access and success programming to ensure, again, that young people not only go to college, but they can come back home to Richmond. They can come back home to the Bay Area or wherever in the world they choose to be and have support in pursuit of their career ambitions and career goals. So since 2016, our organization has supported more than 3 ,300 Richmond youth, and on average, we serve a little more than 1 ,300 youth per year who are scholars in our program. So that's a quick snapshot of what we
Media Matters Tries to Destroy Elon Musk's X
"Linda Yaccarino said, if you know me, you know I'm committed to truth and fairness. Here's the truth. Not a single authentic user on X saw IBM, Comcast or Oracle ads next to content in the Media Matters article. Only two users saw an Apple ad next to the content, at least one of which was Media Matters. Data wins over manipulation or allegations don't mean manipulated stand with X. Yeah, this is a multidimensional hit job. And they're trying to go after Elon personally and criminally. They're trying to go after his liberation of the platform, all because Elon has now become a serious threat to the regime, to the unit party and the left by allowing us to speak, by allowing us to challenge preexisting orthodoxies, allowing us to incubate elite opinion in a way that the bad guys don't like. And so, you know, Michael, talk a little bit more about Media Matters. I don't know if they've targeted you. You know, they come after us quite a lot. Who funds these guys? It's it's it's a great question. You know, we see Rumble, we see X, you know, they're they're suing intensely. What else do we know about it? Well, we know that their executives make a whole lot of money in order to stifle your freedom of speech. In fact, the CEO, a woman named Angelo Caruso, Caruso makes four hundred fifty three thousand dollars a year. The person who's been in the news all week is actually David Brock. And he's arguably the most ideologically weaponized. He's the chairman of Media Matters, making two hundred ninety two thousand dollars a year in order to stifle your speech. But what's interesting is that you highlighted earlier Media Matters doesn't just not like Elon. They don't like you having the right to speak freely. Their donors and funders rely on them keeping the truth hidden and behind the curtain. The reality is X has been a platform that has provided for millions of Americans to learn the truth of what's happening in society in a way that never would have happened had X been under its formal leadership under Twitter. So we never would have learned about all that happened with the laptop and Hunter Biden. We never would have learned about the malfeasance in Ukraine. We never would have learned even recently about the January six tapes because so much of the effort for releasing the tapes, which I'm glad Speaker Johnson did, happened on X. So Media Matters can't lose their grip on power. Their grip on power relies on you not knowing the truth. And so we're seeing, as you described, this very coordinated hit job from people who are paid very, very highly in order to stifle your freedom of speech. One other thing that I will note is that some of the executives that Media Matters has tried to pull to drop their ads are people like NBC. NBC is a really interesting case because just last week NBC had a journalist of theirs that was defending somebody, an editor in chief of a progressive news site that ended up being outed as a pedophile, is now being charged with child pornography counts in one of the most egregious cases that law enforcement has ever seen in that area. So we're seeing that this virtue signaling is really just meant to target you. They don't want you to speak freely. And even these advertisers are backing people that are corrupt and dysfunctional. And yet Media Matters is silent on it. So Media Matters hasn't called out NBC about that, but they'll gladly call out NBC on a fake story that is not rooted in real data. And I'm glad that X ultimately is calling it
PublicSq's Michael Seifert on Avoiding the Anti-Musk Lynch Mob
"Our next guest will be at America Fest speaking all about the new corporate warfare. Joining us now is Michael Seifert from Public Square. You should check out the Public Square app and download it. So Michael, I tweeted this out. It was seen by a couple million people. Now, more than ever, we need to stand with X and defend free speech. We must boycott the ex -boycotters. Apple, Comcast, IBM, Lionsgate, NBCUniversal, Paramount, Home Depot, Warner Brothers. They all are boycotting X. Make it hurt, end subscriptions, don't go to their movies, light them up in their comments, cancel the new set of AirPods, etc. Stop supporting those who hate free speech. Michael, your reaction? Well, I think it's pretty simple. The new battlefront is in the world of economics. Consumer spending is your new weapon. And the world of politics has played out very differently than it was even 20 years ago. 20 years ago, this stuff was happening, but it was behind the scenes. Companies would wage war on your values, but they would do it without social media exposing them. But now we are learning in this new digital age just how much the executives at these companies hate your right to speak your mind. Media Matters running a fake hit piece on Elon Musk and on X simply because of his views to value free speech. These companies then kowtow to Media Matters because they're so afraid of losing their virtue signaling points out in the public square. And what ends up happening? Well, X is stripped of significant ad dollars, but we the people had a clear response. We wanted to stand up and support X because we want to support free speech. The people want liberty, not tyranny. And that is now being played out in the world of advertising, consumer spending and engaging media content. It's as you described, Charlie, if we want to win, it's got to be bigger than just voting every two and four years. It has to be with the movies we watch, the way we spend our time, how we spend our dollars and the platforms we engage in. So good on X for standing strong. And we as a company at public square are proud to continue supporting
Nasir Acikgoz's Advice to the Next Generation: "Everything Is Achievable"
"For you being someone that touches so much that is powerful at the end of the day that can make things happen You've overcome so much being a immigrant with a dream and a vision not knowing whether you would be where you are here today You know doing what you're doing today and just going after it becoming fearless conquering so much You know having God guide you and on this path knowing that things happen for a reason Even if it might not be the way you wanted it to be it happened for a reason just like in finance I don't want to take this course But now you do you know what a P &L is and you can look at it and see if you guys are losing or winning What do you see for the future of the green industry and you know the youth when it comes to just you know? Your path and your career and what you've been able to do and how you're still gonna be able to do more What do you see for the green industry and the youth? What would you have to say to them youth like their new? Younger generations or even people that are that are sitting on the sidelines of going after something that they think is unachievable Everything is that you will you put in your mind Watch once you set your mind to it you work again You know, first of all, you got to believe in God God gives you a talent. I give God sees everybody talents You got to find it And you put something in your mind you work you wake up in the morning you dedicate yourself Into it work hard, but well, you gotta work hard because some people say I'm doing this and I'm working but it's not happening Then that means you didn't work, you know, you didn't work or it's not what you're supposed to be. They're supposed to me And it'll happen in in the green industry and the youth what I would say is You have an idea Try it say look. You know what? I want to Do it in your mind, obviously you have to do it and you have to draw, you know draw what how you want to do it get the first prototype or or first production depending on the products and in like I said in you know, you know beginning of the pop kit a podcast that it's The opportunities are limitless. There's no limit. So it's gonna happen. Believe me it If it's a product you put it out there With the right time right person right platform people will see it and they're gonna start buying it Or a service again. It doesn't have to be a product. It could be a service and And they're gonna start using it. So Again, the green industry. I love it You know, like I said, I start as a hobby, you know a side business, you know for one of my tile businesses but it became a an addiction to me and and And it's it's a you know, I'm like, I'm like, you know what? It's a good business. It's a huge business And there's no limit. There's no I would say oh you can't there's no you can't do this in this business. You can do anything you know with plants with rocks with Synthetic turf now, you know everything with everything who would have thought we're gonna have synthetic turf back there Maybe would have left a huge movement I don't I don't know what that that industry is now, but it's gotta be over a billion dollar industry at this point It's billions of dollars right now Yes And in other states actually they're building like coffee shops kind of thing like you go there some brand names that came out you go You know, the products are out there. It's like a boutique you pick the product you have your drink Yeah, the coffee or whatnot. You're like talking to the people and at the same time you're purchasing it. It's So people came out with the idea and they they didn't think it's not gonna work out and it worked out for them Maybe it took a while to adapt to that, you know product into the industry or the service But if you think it's gonna work and you did your research, right? It's gonna work and it's gonna happen So never say never never say I can't do it Never say this is not gonna sell never say people will not call me for this service People will not call me for this product if you believe in yourself believe in the product Obviously first you got to believe in God, you know, it's gonna all all happen even even if you guys are going to school right now and you're like man the Industry that I picked, you know people in my in my niche of what I'm gonna go study They only make sixty thousand dollars a year. That doesn't matter. That means that they make sixty thousand dollars exactly There's you know you can you can Get in that same Ballpark and blow it up and become something so much more do something impactful that can touch the whole industry and this industry Did thirty six point four billion dollars the plant industry for the state of Florida last year alone for 2023 It was the strongest year. Well, no 2022 was the strongest year Out of all the years, but the fact that it was done and that's just in plant sales 6 .4. Yeah billion dollars for Florida imagine only
Nova Hardscapes' Nasir Acikgoz on Thriving in Uncertain Times
"Think right now the way the economy is the way things have let's say slowed down the way interest rates have risen Politics, okay world governments and all this stuff that's going on They they you know, I feel it in the air that people just want to like curl up, you know And and they don't want to continue to push in a certain way It's kind of like let me hold all my money whatever I have left and I'm not gonna let it go, you know But you have to invest to create if you don't invest you can't create don't be scared to do that when it comes to what he's selling but My question for you is all of this stuff that's going on and you are full throttle you have I see you in the venture 36 -foot venture with quad 500 Merc's And you're flooring the throttles Why do you feel that way? When it comes to that, are you scared about anything that's coming up or you just go based off of off of what? Opportunity vision what I I don't stop I go full throttle all the time and What drives me that when I wake up I think I said I mean God has a plan and I believe in God and I I in he says it work be honest work and it's gonna happen and In this country opportunities are limitless. I mean, there's no limit. There's no There's no product you're gonna say all about people are yes, they're they're holding off They're not gonna they're you know, they're not gonna spend I will never think that way I still keep bringing and I'm gonna bring it We're gonna invest as a matter of fact The green industry has an advantage one of the biggest advantages that I've noticed is if the people are stressed They're stressed with things politics and all that how do they relax of course they go they do sports and stuff One of the things they'd relax is they work in the garden. They work in the backyard They work, you know, they do things or just looking at plants to look at plants. What did what does it do to you relaxes you? One of the things that I'm realizing because we do a lot of pool pools and you know Like we sell a lot of natural stone for pool pool decks and pool coping like for pool products That business is still booming because During the pandemic, obviously people were spending time outside and whatnot But also after the pandemic still that kept going it never stopped And the green industry picked up right right during the the pandemic. Yeah, it keeps going crazy boom Yes, it's still going. Yes. It's a little bit see slow down a little bit, but it's not gonna stop Nobody's gonna stop buying things. Well, we saw wasn't normal first of all. Yeah, it was out You know, it wasn't normal normal growth, you know normal growth year over year at least for me was 20 20 percent growth Correct, maybe 25. So I was able to do 20 to 25 percent more than I did the previous year Let's say that's normal. That's normal average, you know, but you have guys that went up a hundred two hundred three hundred percent in two years You know, so it's just a lot like even the the smaller landscapers they were used to doing, you know Three four hundred thousand dollars to say a small landscaper and a lot of them crossed a million in in two years I know, you know the Amelia 1 .5 to 2 .5 and how did that happen because of this crazy boom? So now what they're seeing is the slowdown effect a lot of people weren't prepared for this to slow down They weren't they didn't let's say understand what was going on or see what was going on And they didn't think it was gonna, you know finish so I hope everyone put you know something away for For this if not, you're gonna learn the next one. You need to yeah, you need to save obviously I'm not saying you need to spend everything but you know It's a cycle then the economy is a cycle four years five years up and then four year five years down four years So if you don't invest when it's down Obviously within your you know budget and and and means and means You're not gonna gain when it picks up again So what I'm doing is when it's up you keep investing anyway when it's down you keep going Obviously, I'm not in I'm investing. I'm actually reinvesting per se Not so aggressively as I did it during the pandemic because the demand was huge. Yeah, you saw it's still going I'm still going like I'm like, okay, so I was adding maybe five products back then but now I'm adding one two But I keep adding because I'm trying to prepare myself for the next rush. Yep, you know Hopefully we'll see those numbers again, but you know, it's gonna be tough. You'll see those numbers as more people use
Nasir Acikgoz of Nova Hardscapes Is Making Products That Last Forever
"Lot of let's say garden centers that are Available to buy rock or to sell rock that they can buy from it's the normal, you know Six different rocks and that's what it is. So when you're when you're a landscaper you're thinking about designing something and You're you're limited to that unless you go online and you might see something that inspires you. But where do you find it? Yes, you know, so that's why I'm glad that you're here today because you know There's people like you out there that that feel the need to bring in something for the higher quality You know of higher quality and that product that will last forever Yes, and just the different thing that the sky's the limit when it comes to limit to just everything sky's the limit what I'm you know No, what I love what I love about you is you're not just buying it from a distributor you are the manufacturer You are the importer. Yeah annually the strip. You are the man. I can't thank you You're the guy to if I was in the rock space I would want to have you as my contact because all I got to do is call you That's it. And if let's say let's say with the pandemic, I'm sure you went through this I went through this and I was able to help out a lot of my clients You had clients. Hey, man, are we gonna be okay with this rock? You know the war going on over there and when Ukraine or whatever. Hey, look, we're we only have so much left of this Do you want it? I'm gonna hold it for you. Boom. We'll send it over direct Yeah, you know your good customers those guys have really come through for you Yes, you were able to do so much and foresee the future because you have all these contacts around the world You know how powerful you know, what power moves you sure you guys were able to make some power moves Just with all the product and a I want all this and give me this and give me that I'm sure that that went down You know, the thing is you mentioned it during the pandemic the shipping rates That was the biggest challenge in the way. Oh, they went way up some times for right Time no some yeah sometime for and then and then some of them times eight. Wow. Yes So you're paying twenty thirty grand a container together, you know some countries. Yes Imagine I'm bringing pebbles. Mm -hmm, and I'm selling it as certain amount per bag. Mm -hmm or per ton. Mm -hmm and and And a nursery calls me or the distributor calls us and Says look are you gonna be able to bring it because the pandemic the shipping rates we already know because they already bring other products To they already know the problem I'm like, look, I'm gonna take the risk. I'm gonna bring it. I'm a businessman. I have to have the product Yes, and I remember even one of the nursery owners told me Nasir I think you should wait until it cools down. I said to him you would have still been waiting Yeah, and I told him I can't wait. I have to bring it. I'm a supplier for I'm gonna you know Manufacturer for all these color clients that I had but I'm gonna give him an option. Look I have it available The price is four or five times more You know, it's here, but it's here. Yeah, you wanna make it work. Yes, you know what happened the containers They were not even coming. I mean they weren't they weren't they weren't even here yet. That's here I need ten pallets. That's here. I need five pallets. That's it. I'm like, look, are you sure? This is the price you and even the person who told me that you know and that's you gotta wait Are you sure because this is the price I'm not me, you know, I want you to know Just so you know because sometimes you know, it lands and start on a seat I thought it was the last price, you know, they tried to you know, get a better price from you It's in the nature of the business. Yeah, of course That I couldn't keep anything in stock.
Why Is Semafor's Ben Smith Slobbering All Over Nikki Haley?
"Of course attacked my stepson and me because he works with DeSantis which the world whole knows but apparently they didn't but I make my own decisions I decide what I'm going to do you have adult children don't do what they want to do and that's okay you know I'm just thankful we don't have any kids that support Bernie Sanders you many callers come here and correctly say my god I've lost this kid didn't lost any of our four let me go on operations were initially supported stick me with you'll see how this works by twenty five million investment funding as well as revenue generated from advertising in person that investments you know their biggest initial investor was mr. producer Sam Bankman freed is in prison for ripping off god knows how many people that's inauspicious beginning I would say but this is 74 so their first investors in a 2023 semaphore raise $19 million in additional funding from investors to replace the money that they had received from Bankman free so what he was their largest external investor their largest external investor so that shows you some of their judgment now they don't put that up on their site they don't have a footnote so people quote semaphore go to semaphore they don't know these things there's more in March 23 semaphore launched its China and global business initiative quote -unquote a collaboration with the center for china and globalization ccga think tank registered as a non -government patient though its independence from the communist chinese party has been disputed semaphore has said the project's purpose is to offer quote a diversity of opinion unquote an alternative to washington's hawkish consensus on beijing now you know what that means of peace communist china for business the initiative would consist of regular events in new york and beijing and would foster dialogue between business leaders and increasing china u .s tensions now you see why they're promoting Nikki Haley if they don't present any of this on they the website don't reveal their connections they the don't other business model semaphore's partnership with the ccg has occasionally come under scrutiny semaphore's show justin smith said semaphore would go into the collaboration with eyes wide open that that it was under no illusion that chinese business leaders are other local groups operate he said they would
Adebayo Alomaja Unpacks Key Trends Shaping the Future of Education
"Was looking at your LinkedIn, you mentioned your work at EZDG, where you've been studying the educational trends. You read a lot. So you have identified five key trends. Could you share those trends with us and how does that inform, I guess, your vision as we talk about the use of data? Yeah, thank you so much. Thank you so much, Dr. Eyal. In one of my posts, I talked about five key trends that will characterize K -12 education in Africa by 2030. And of course, I always say that the future is not vague. When we look at the future, for example, if I am in year two today, if I'm in year two today, in the next four years, I should be in year six. That's by design. So all things being equal, I should be in year six. But okay, so for the sake of eventualities and the likes, let me put two, three or four years ahead. So if I'm in year two today, I will say that in the next four to eight years, I should be done or I should be done with anything called year six. So look at that kind of simple analysis. So the future is not totally vague. If we do backcasting and backcasting is just basically about studying how things have evolved in the previous years. For example, I checked how 3G, 4G and 5G came to Nigeria. And then I discovered from my research that the gap between their adoption was six to eight years. That's 3G, 4G and 5G in Nigeria. So the gap was just between six to eight years. Now, that's just something to me. Of course, if I look at the impact of that on the digital economy in Nigeria and the predictions around the digital economy in Nigeria. Sorry, I'm digressing a little bit. No, no, I won't say analogies. That's great. Yeah, that's something because I am always thinking about the future and what needs to be done today in K -12 so that we're raising kids that can thrive when they get to the future. Kids are not going to be confused. Kids that can be so much empowered and even think beyond themselves to add value to the society. So when I think about that, for example, I'm talking about 3G, 4G, 5G and how it came to Nigeria. That backcasting review gives an insight. So based on that, I can say that if 5G came to Nigeria this year, they're most likely in the next six to eight years, we're going to have another version, maybe 6G or something else, or maybe not 6G. But that pattern shows that there's a likelihood that around that period, something is going to happen. So when we, as future priests, when we see some things like that, I don't think it's spiritual, actually. I just think that it's just studying the way things are evolving, which anybody can actually do if you're passionate about and understand that this is what might happen at this period because of what we have seen that has happened in this particular period in the past. So five key things, five key things I put here, I said, number one, I said, learning will no longer be tied to a place called school, but an experience that promotes lifelong learning. As learners, we now be able to learn anywhere and anytime. So there will be nothing like homework or classwork, but assessments to provide feedback and ensure mastery. Now, the question, is this happening right now? This is happening right now. I forgot to mention something. So when we look at the future, that there are three P's, there is the possible, there's the preferable, and there's the predictable. So there are things that when we look at the future, we can say that this is possible at this time. There are things that we can say that this one is still in the predictable realm. So it's still in the predictable realm. We can have five years or some six, seven years to it. It looks like it might happen this period. There's something is shaking about it. But some factors are trying to say that it might or it might not, it's quite predictable. And why some things may not just be preferable. So right now, there's a flying car. A flying car was just launched, I think, last week thereabouts. And so the question is in Nigeria, are we going to have your flying car by 2030? The issue is that's not possible and it's not even preferable because right now, we're just trying to bring in electric cars into Nigeria. We have some electric cars in Nigeria right now. We're just trying to get on our own. And for infrastructure and many reasons, we can't use flying cars in Nigeria by 2030. That's going to be a big problem. So this particular thing is something that is happening even right now. So we see, for example, the school I talked about earlier, first guidance school, they are now hybrid. I'm an hybrid in the constant. They are now hybrid in the sense that there are days that some kids don't come to the physical school. They just learn from home. They just learn from home because the structure within the school environment is that the kids can connect with their classroom from anywhere. So we're going to have connected classrooms. They can connect to their classroom from anywhere. That is happening today in Nigeria.
Donald Trump May Join Next Republican Debate
"Eight four four the for u s a to join in on the fun we've got donald trump uh the president former president of the united states uh some rumors are abounding at this hour that he might participate in the upcoming republican debate in tuscalusa alabama now i would be surprised if that happens but then again you know donald trump has been known to pull off some pricing moves uh... certainly tmz is reporting on this uh... deadlines donald trump of evidence he might debate republican candidates secret service shows up at upcoming venue donald trump may be thinking about going head to head with the other republicans who are challenging him for the presidential nomination we because learned the secret service has already scoped out the venue the next debate is scheduled for december sixth at the beauty music building concert hall at the university of alabama in tuscalusa the debate will be carried live on news news nation the network announced last thursday is hosting the debate and sources with direct knowledge tell tmz that same day secret service agents came to the venue and walked the premises inside and out the only candidate who has secret service protection is donald trump who as
"only four" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well, I think it's a challenge, right? Because of course, what you do not want is you do not want anybody threatening election workers. These are people. You oftentimes senior citizens who are taking their own personal time and giving it to the American policy to help our elections go better. These are not people who are doing it on a partisan loyalties, typically, they're doing it because they want elections to function the way that we've always thought they should. And so threats against these workers is really in a lot of ways, it's almost un American, right? It's one thing. If you have a beef about candidates or you have a concern, the elections are not fair, but the election workers are very rarely, you know, part of that process. You have these partisan poll workers who are there who are moderating for partisan purposes, but more often than not different. It's different exactly. They're there to try and just get the election done and get it done right. And so threatening them to me is completely inappropriate. I think the justice bar is doing the right thing by investigating these things. And prosecuting them were appropriate. And for me, you know, when it's a thousand investigations and only four reps, that tells you the Justice Department is being very careful and be precise and not going after people who are not actually engaged in threats, but are really being precise and going after the right people. And ultimately this will turn on the question of whether they get convictions or not in those four cases. That's right. Four cases. I mean, my gosh, you like to think out of a thousand of these threats that there might be four cases to talk about between now and say 2024. I just wonder how busy the FBI is going to be online and offline, dealing with old fashioned threats like this for the next two years, Jamil. Well, Joe, you know, look, I mean, I think the important thing that we all need to remember is Americans is that elections and democracy are at the core of how we protect that thing that's really important about America, which is our freedom. And if we don't have free and fair elections, then we don't maintain our freedom and the way to get there is not by attacking the system, not by attacking poll workers, right? But it's saying, look, we got to have free and fair elections, then that's done. We have good candidates in the race. We get their views out there publicly. We debate the issues, honestly, not from a purely partisan perspective or a conspiracy theory perspective. And then we trust that our elections are getting done right and we protect the law enforcement institutions, the FBI, the just for that are trying to enforce those laws and we not undermine our law enforcement, our Justice Department or our election systems, we protect them and preserve them. It's fair to be critical. It's not fair to undermine them through conspiracy theories. Right. Thank you. Jamil, this is why we wanted to have you. Jameel jaffer. Founder executive director of the national security institute. I thank you for your insights today. This is important stuff. And I'll point you back to the terminal, FBI sees Putin's hand. And sowing division about U.S. midterm voting. Read a great piece of journalism by Chris strom in our D.C. bureau. This is coming straight from the FBI. You are not going to hear two conversations like that without a commercial break anywhere else today, which is what we're proud to do here on Bloomberg radio. I'm Joe Matthew in Washington, we're going to assemble the panel next, but as we're smack dab in the middle of the after hour session, we want to update the markets. And for that, here's Charlie Powell. I thank you very much, Joe Matthew and another big day for the U.S. stock market the dollar the S&P and all extending their rebound from deeply oversold levels, traders weighing whether it would be realistic that central banks moderate their aggressive stance to prevent a hard landing. Best two day surge for the S&P since April of 2020, year to date, by the way, the S&P is down 20.4% today, though, up 112 points at 37 90 again today of 3.1%. The Dow, up 825 up 2.8%, NASDAQ up 361 up 3.3%. Ten year yield 3.63% spot gold 1726 he owns West Texas intermediate crude up three and a half percent, 86 52 a barrel on WTI. The big business story Elon Musk reviving a bid to buy Twitter at the original price of 54 20 a share, Twitter closing today at $52 a share of the stock rallied after a long trading halt up to date by 22.2%. That Joe Matthew lots going on that is a Bloomberg business flash. Like Charlie, thank you
"only four" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"To respect your time. A couple questions. I love to ask at the end are if there are booker number of books that have had a profound impact on you and if so what they are. And why and i've heard of you know you might have an unconventional answer this question but i'm curious to ask anyway. Well right on the other side of that wall is over a half. A million dollars were the books. I have an extremely comprehensive library. I've studied thousands of books. And i think for myself. There's so many books i could give you. But when i ponder that question the one book that comes up for me because it's me you're asking is a book called stalking the wild pendulum by its ac. It ha k. ben-tov. When i read that book i was overjoyed. Because it's sack. Ben-tov is the inventor of the pacemaker. He was the first man to scientifically investigate the physiological and psychological effects of meditation. He was remote viewer. He was a very very deep spiritual man and that book was the first book to scientifically explained spiritual -ality and spiritual practices and how things like meditation affect us. What a spirit is. What a diva is what god means and many many other things how how consciousness functions and what it is from a scientific perspective it showed the range of human perception and why it is that we can talk to plants and have relationships with angels or the spirits of trees and it put it in scientific language. So what i found is whenever i had left brain students that thought me my chamonix mode where weird and made them insecure. I had them study stalking the wild pendulum by its act. Bente of and most of them came back to me going. I am so sorry that i was so negative in class towards you about some of these things because now i understand them so i think for most people that want to have a more scientific understanding of consciousness and spirituality and perceiving the invisible that that book is really special. I just read that one recently and with your recommendation link to that in the show notes as well as well as a lot of your work. I know we've touched on a lot of things that you've written and podcast it about saul include links there as well Any parting advice. You likely top of.
"only four" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"Heard of jesus or that you'll burn in hell for touching your genitals. You're not going to have the problem that you have. If you think god will burn you in hell for touching your genitals so once you become conscious of something if you don't have the intestinal fortitude to stand on your own live it and with your own life and your own results you're going to fall into back into needing a mommy and a daddy figure or a group to make you feel whole so you can stop thinking in become unconscious and that's what an ism is. It's a bunch of people. Relegating their power to an authority figure that often does not have their best interest at heart so it takes a lot of consciousness but consciousness comes with a lot of responsibility because once. You're conscious of something now. You know the ramifications of not acting on when you're conscious katie. That some of the ideas you were living serving you if you did not do the research and act on it. Wouldn't you still be sick. But it took a lot of responsibility and you probably had to do a lot of things that a lot of people thought were wrong because they were not in line with the conventional medical system and many doctors will tell you that you're wrong but they'll also tell you that you shouldn't breastfeed your kids and you should use gerber soy based baby food and they're happy to poison your kids and have you eat junk food and never say a thing about it so there's a belief system so the key point making. Is that the paradox of it is to stay unconscious as dangerous but to be conscious and not do something about it is equally. Dangerous and spirituality is the practice of becoming conscious and setting your life up so you have the time in the space each day to do something about it absolutely and yeah in that process for me..
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"That's not really woven into our society. We're not ever taught to challenge anything through the school system. Certainly were taught not to challenge. Thanks so that alone. Seems like a huge step for most people. Just the idea of recognizing and challenging what you hold as core beliefs. Our education system teaches us what to think not how to think we are not taught how to think constructively and holistically in our education system. Unless you're lucky to go to a waldorf school or a very elite private school run by out of the box thinkers for which there are very few in most expensive. Our system of education was developed by plantation owners specifically to keep the children busy so they could get more work out of the parents and teach the kids not to be to create be creative and follow orders because when you're running assembly line process you don't want slaves being creative and we're still using the exact same education system. Today that was developed thousands of years ago to condition. Slaves out of creativity and into conformity. And it's being used by large corporations control our minds and to get us to eat and to live in exactly the ways that make their corporations highly profitable and you can see that with the level of addiction to video games to television to media in if you watch social dilemma. The documentary social dilemma on flicks. It lets the cat right out of the bag and even the people that design this technology admit they used very tactics that they use to hook the brain in an addict people and they said we let a dragon out of the bag and now we don't know how to get it back in and interestingly all the key developers of social media will not allow their own children to use it. Well but you know the the real issue here is that if we don't challenge our beliefs then we don't become conscious using spoke at length about why religion and groups and group think in 'isms are so popular because religion and group thinks and.
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"It you say aw. Hello demon bob. Thank you for reminding me that i have an opportunity to share my feelings with my husband and let them know what my wants feelings and needs are and see if we can find healthy compromise. So that we're all getting what we need and we all feel supported and we can all work together to find a solution. If you don't name it then it stays in your unconscious. You just walk around. Brooding and people are depressed. And how many times have you seen someone that was anxious or depressed and said well what's going on in the answer is i don't know that means they're being affected by something that's unconscious. All neurosis is a compensatory illness. It means you're compensating for something that you haven't identified but it may be in your unconscious it may be coming through your gene line for example. If you come from a family line of neurotic anxious women or men you may not know why you're neurotic and anxious all the time but until you start doing spiritual investigations and look into your family tree and addressing those feelings and say. Aw there's that demon of anxiety again once you look at it. You're now changing it because as soon as you look at it you put light on it. And now it's not in the unconscious it's now objectified and it's in the conscious so you can work with it there so once we bring it up into the conscious than we name it and we blame it. We do the same thing. I teach people that have addictions to food. So you eat the chocolate chip cookies because you love them but you keep associating them with something sweet and tasty that you really like. But how about if you're honest about what happens when you eat it and instead of seeing a chocolate chip cookie you see a swollen abdomen. Lots of gas and pimples and foggy mind so once you name it there's that there's the gas the temples and the bloating and you tame it me find something else that tastes just as good and is just as fun to eat but doesn't give me. Gas pimples imploding. then you're learning how to bring the unconscious into the conscious and change the behavior so that you can be dream affirmative and life affirmative otherwise. You just excuse yourself right into the jail of addiction which is loss of freedom for anyone to truly have freedom in their life. The have to engage their own unconscious. Identify what the limiting beliefs and behaviors are and work with them in a conscious way or they will always be a puppet on invisible. String carl jung said to people coming to him with chronic challenges.
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"When you study the mystics of your own religion and realized different viewpoints and get out of the dogma. Roomy said no man can get to god until he becomes a heretic. Which means as long as you're practicing dog but you're not really worshiping spirit or god you're just worshiping words written on paper but the mystics actually taught us how to get past the dogma into the actual experience of worship and the experience of deep connection to nature into the stars and to Whatever one considers to be the source of creation so for for mothers and for anybody spirituality is critical because if our sense of belonging gets too narrow we become isolated and what we've been through his over a year of extreme isolation which is caused massive increases in suicide drug use alcohol abuse and domestic violence because people didn't have something greater than themselves to connect to those that did spent a lotta time meditating doing shadow work and took advantage of the time painting dancing singing rattling chanting journaling. So they actually use time. And so you see that when we have a spiritual connection and we progressively increase the range of our sense of connection than we feel more and more supported by the world and we feel more and more whole and we feel more and more capable of dealing with challenges. Because the opposite has feeling that you're in a crisis in your all alone and your husband's too busy to help you and you don't have enough money search just a long laundry list of isolationist victim like excuses when it comes to looking at the belief system i tell people you always have to ask yourself. Is your belief system worth challenging. Because it's worse live thing. It's gotta be worth challenging. Would god really burn you in hell. For example if god is the source of all that is that means everything that is comes directly out of source therefore burning someone in hell is god burning itself and hell which makes very unintelligent god model. So you've got to question these beliefs with your whole heart and then if it's not true then you have to say what is true. And how do i find that truth. That centers me and supports me. So i can live in love fully and not be in fear all the time so one of the approaches that i teach is a technique. I learned from studying stanley. Christner's work who is a famous psychologist depth psychologist an expert in mythology and an expert in psychedelic. Therapy is a very deep man. He died recently but he gives a technique called name. It So if a person has a thought like i'm all alone or nobody loves me or i'm never going to get the help i need from my husband or my family or we're always going to have money problems you name you say. Oh there's my money demon or there's my my i'm alone demand you can call it. Whatever you want demon bob d- and then you blame it. Whenever demon bob shows up and starts telling me that my husband's too busy for me. I start to feel anxious inside. And i get sad because i really need more of his love and support and so do the kids. Then.
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"Right before or right after it on making effective choices. Because that's what we're really talking about. So those two are critical for people that really want to go deeper into these issues. A couple of things. I'd like to say in response. I you talked about you. Know having tribe and support is more important than the the drinking or the smoking. If you look at sean tribal societies such as western prices research and many others. I have in my library when when they looked in when robert major general robert macaire was sent by the british military to find out who the healthiest people were in the world. Because in the second world at the beginning of the second world war fifty one percent of all recruits coming in to the war effort. We're rejected for reasons of medical disability or malnutrition so the british government saw it as a national security threat and they put their head physician. Major general robert mackerras and on the project of identifying who the healthiest people in the world and researching them scientifically to decide. How would we feed soldiers. And how do we inform the public so that we're not in a security threat. One of the tribes that he studied and ultimately determined was the healthiest was the huzzah of northern india. And what one of the things he identified was that there was men a hundred and ten years of age with multiple wives. Still faring children. Working hard in the fields every day many of these people had smoked all their lives and had no indication of disease whatsoever. The point i'm making is if you have four doctors then your body can absorb cigarettes if they're not toxic cigarettes. Obviously people grow their own tobacco. You can enjoy some alcohol. You can have a fun life without it being a threat. The other thing is is that one of the problems in our culture is that we have a lot of corporate religion but we have very little spiritual awareness and i define spirituality as connecting to a greater whole so a lot of mothers for example. Don't even have time to go out in their garden and b barefoot. Because they don't make time to do so if you connect to your garden you've connected to a greater whole when you connect to your friends you've connected to a greater whole.
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"And a lotta. This goes right. Back to abraham religious programming and unconscious beliefs systems. And as i said all choices lead to behaviors but all choices come from belief systems so whenever a woman's in a situation like that. I always have to look carefully at the belief system. That's driving the behavior. Because that's what's responsible for the choices and when you realize the truth of the fact that you cannot give love to somebody else that you don't have an physiologically speaking science validates beyond shadow of a doubt once you reach a level of stress or internal depletion at which your own survival is threatened the psyche oriented itself towards itself as a protective mechanism. So when a woman is orienting herself towards others yet. Her own cells knows that she's on the edge of a disease or is progressively killing herself. It triggers resent and i comes anxiety then comes depression because once cortisol levels stay high enough for very long you go into hypothyroidism as a forced rest so you see. When a person enters faced. Three adrenal exhaustion testing shows that they're often showing multiple indicators of hypothyroidism in the body gets cold and they get lethargic and they have no energy. And that's usually when women fall deep into addiction stimulants like coffee tea sugar and that just feeds fungal infections parasite infections and starts breaking them down. And the next thing you know. They're in a hospital with some kind of an illness or a breakdown. All of which is far more arduous and far more expensive than just getting clear on what your real needs are an organizing support from your dream team. Your family your friends. you know. there's an old sang. It takes a tribe to raise a child. And it's very true. I have two wives and many times. They've discussed how incredibly tough. It would be if angie was alone. Who's the actual mother. The kids without pennies. Help an angie's a very busy professional woman. Highly skilled shaman and therapists and penny works to support her. We so when you look at the fact that it really does take a tribe to raise a child without killing the women and if you study the history of tribal relationships most tribes were not monogamous. Because they found it was too dangerous to the women. They needed a woman to have a break for at least three years after a child because they found if a woman had children more than once every three years at greatly increased her risk of death either during pregnancy or after and they told men you're not allowed to have sex and get a woman pregnant for at least three years therefore you can have sex with any of the other women in the tribe so multiple partner relationships and a lot of tribes was to protect the women from men that were too needy and couldn't get support elsewhere. So if you really start looking at the history of what it takes to raise a child and how we're living now and how these social and religious beliefs have really put us in a box. It makes us very profitable to the medical system and all sorts of agencies that prophet on our imbalances. There's no way out of realizing that you can't love somebody else more than you can love yourself and if you really love your children and your family then you should put that commitment into really giving yourself.
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"Which means they're not taking time to do something specifically to nourish themselves. This is not only is this one of the traps of motherhood. It's one of the traps abraham religions because they teach you to give yourself away to the other and that leads in christianity is vile to women. If you study the bible. It's women are second class citizens. And i can give you a long list of of how christianity is dangerous to women but the point that i'm making is when a woman or a mother has cleared dream. Dream is to raise her children but not lose herself in it and to have some health and vitality then she must get clear on what is happy making for her. It might be. I need to get to an aerobics class three times a week or i need to have time for yoga. Whatever it might be it could be just time to meditate or time to read things she wants to read and once she identifies then she can speak to everybody on her dream team from her mother and her father to the spouses mother and father to the family and either they need to if they don't have enough money to hire a nanny then that should be the objective. Because if she doesn't she's going to spend all the money she would have spent on a nanny on healthcare professionals for sure and i've worked with thousands of these cases so the real secret is remembering the rule. I before we always. You can't give love you. Don't have if you as a mother burn yourself out and exhaust yourself. You can reach the point where you start resenting the people you love because in the inside your inner voice is telling you you're dying from trying to make everything perfect for everybody else but you don't have time to breathe wipe your ass or even have a shower so women keep telling themselves. I don't have time. I've gotta do this. My husband my dog my car the soccer game and they end up being unhealthy and unhappy because they gain weight which is a classic stress reaction. They get malnourished. They start drinking too much coffee they get addictions and i watch the.
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"Passive arrest is doing another activity that doesn't compete with your primary activities so for example a competitive martial artist or runner could use. Swimming is passive rest because it still restorative still maintains fitness but doesn't stress their primary systems in there for the ability to recover sleep. I talk about and then dr quiet is also the domain of introspection looking into yourself. Really looking honestly at your choices. Your beliefs your behaviors. So dr quiet is the domain of the soul. They relationship with the inner self. And anything to do with growing that part of yourself so in a nutshell. It's impossible to be a healthy three. Dr person somebody who has got a good movement program a good diet and getting enough sleep but does not have any happiness practices in their life will find themselves unhappy. Someone who's happy and moving and sleeping but not eating. Well we'll get sick eventually no matter which way you go. You cannot reduce wellbeing to less than those four doctors. So what i taught. My students in a nutshell is i. You have to identify a dream. Or they're not gonna follow the program and they're not committed then you've got to identify the imbalances looking at them from the perspective. Anabolic and kabbalah. Can we analyzed twenty-nine body mind systems to do that. Then we have to show them where they need to make choices to i achieve baseline health and the only way they can make healthy choices to have values for dr happiness dr movement dr diet and dr quiet at when those things are in place. It's extremely rare for a person not to achieve their objectives find health and wellbeing and turned the challenges that brought them to the czech professional into an opportunity that then becomes the gift for everybody.
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"Otherwise but we always have to be aware that our body is a living dynamic system that changes its needs from meal to meal literally so for example. Sometimes i i need to eat like a vegetarian. Say when i'm on off take days of training and i don't have a lot of physical stress. My body can be happy as a vegetarian. May wanna eat that way. But for two days after headley heavy dead lift session. My body craves animal flesh because it needs those resources for repair for hormones etc. But if a person says i'm going to be a vegan and they don't pay attention to what their body wants them. They walk around telling everybody how great their diet is but can't explain why they're tired and feel lousy all the time. If someone's overly meat eater then they can just talk safai. Their body become too acidic with fungal infections parasite infections and again tell everybody how great their diet is but both of those camps are not listening to their bodies so dr diet is really all about having an intimate relationship with your body and no diet dogma but focusing on quality as more important than quantity then we have to also remember that. The physical body feeds on food but the emotional body feeds on emotion. So dr diet is also where you become aware of. What kind of relationships are not supporting you be they persons places or things so if your job is causing you emotional stress and you're sure you don't really wanna do it and i ask you look into a crystal ball and tell me what your life and your body looks like a year from now. If you stay in that job most people say. I feel like i'm gonna get sick just thinking about it. I say well. How long ago did you feel that way. And they said well. Five years ago. And i said well. Don't you think if you would have just been brave enough to change your job and deal with that. You wouldn't have been spending all this money on medical help because you've actually poisoned yourself with your own frustration and negative emotions so at the level of emotions we have an emotional body it feeds on emotions and we have to be conscious of what it is that is emotionally nourishing for us and the mental body feeds on thoughts. So we have to be aware of what it is. That stimulates our mind positive way whether that be spiritual intake literature or technical literature or gardening or whatever if we don't have an intimate relationship and pay attention to what we do our with our mind and how we use our mind we get into habit patterns and make makes us look like the average person in society and as carl jung said the men can never be successful because by definition their average and most people don't have any awareness of their mental diet. They just take in junk after junk after junk and watched garbage television and believe what they see on their phone and kind of just a a bad diet of stinking thinking you know when you look at the research. Research shows that the average person thinks ninety thousand thoughts a day and researchers identified that approximately ninety percent of those thoughts were negative..
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"Falcons win only four only Detroit will be worse in the NFC than Atlanta and out West 12 blanket over the whole division. I say I'd predicting a three way tie between Seattle Arizona and San Francisco with L A just off their flank. 10 and 7 10 and 7 10 and seven and nine and eight. Somebody's got to win the Tiber. I'll say Seattle went to tie breaker, which means Arizona and San Francisco make it as a wild card, and he has to deal with the Rams. I've got dammit nine and eight and Chicago at nine and eight. There's only one playoff spot left. Who gets it? First tie breakers head to head These two teams play week one. If the Rams beat the Bears, they make the playoffs. The Bears beat the Rams. They make the playoffs and Justin Peel's isn't the starting quarterback yet in Chicago, So, uh, sorry. I'm going against the red rifle and I'll take the Rams at the final playoff team. Alright playoffs in the A. F. C. Got the bucks over the Rams Seattle over at San Francisco, Arizona, beating the Washington football team even though they're on the road, and then I got the Packers beat the Cardinals in the Bucks beat in Seattle, which means it's the same exact match up in the NFC championship. Packers against the Bucks. This time I say Rogers gets the better of Tom Brady, which sets up a Packers Chiefs Super Bowl. Tell me, I'm wrong. Tell me, I'm right. Tell me whatever the hell you want, but tell me on my telephone lines. Hit me up 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. If you want to get some of your angst out via Twitter. You can do that, too. At Jodi McMahon. J O D Y M A C m A N. I don't know if that's going to be good enough. For you to send in the best tweeted today, which we like to call the Mac Daddy tweeted today, But you still tweet the show at Jodi McMahon J O D Y M A C m million. All right, I'm gonna ask Max from Nyack to hang in there. I'm going to ask you to get on my lines 855 to 1 to pour 2 to 7 will come back Take calls the rest of this hour after the latest CBS Sports Update With Erica. With Peter Schwartz. CBS Sports flag. All right. Shorty will begin with Sunday night Baseball. The battle for first place in the N L. West. There In the top of the fourth inning, the Giants lead the Dodgers, 6 to 1. Both teams tied for first, So the winner of this game will take a one game lead in the National League West. Elsewhere, the Braves over the Rockies 92. The Phillies beat the Marlins, 43 and 10. That's pound the Nationals, 13 to 6. Was a grand slam for Kevin Pillar. The Tigers beat the Reds. 4 to 1. Reds drop a half game back of the Padres for the second National League wild card spot. Padres beat the Astros 4 to 3. Elsewhere. Brewers six, Cardinals five Twins Over the race 6 to 5 Orioles beat the Yankees 87 Indians 11 Red.
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"The Fourth of July weekend, like some Radio hosts have done this weekend actually understand why, but I just think that we were still playing catch up. Uh, from the February freeze. Uh, the perspective I need you all to understand something too. Lot of people want everything to be just all hunky dory since the free so that was into February. For all intents and purposes, we weren't done with freezing, freezing and cold enough whether we tell essentially March 1st. So, March, April May June March, April May June. We are only four months of growth. And recovery only underline that word only. So there's some stuff that still has to be waited on some things that we still have to see. We know the palms that made Internet now we definitely know that Four months. I think we can make that judgment. And if you're sitting there on dead palm still, you don't have to wait anymore. Take him down. But this all goes back to why I posted that picture of the pride of Barbados. I am blown away. If they came back from the freeze. And here we are just four months later, and they are popping that wonderful combination of yellow orange red color. Just a great company nation. So proud of Barbados does have other names. We'll talk about that next hour, but I just want you to appreciate that. We posted that picture on our guard line. Facebook page hope you'll take a moment to look at that. And see No, they don't look good during the winter time period. But you proved them back and they grow back. And I'm again. I'm seeing over and Katie alone. This product Barbados That's 56 ft. Tall and starting to pop some balloons at the top of that they never did get cut back the fact that they're growing New color. Four months only after that freeze on something that we consider so tropical just, you know, again, standing ovation prior to Barbados. More detail on that next hour. Here comes Peggy Jo and Spring up next morning, Peggy Jo, you're on the air. Morning, Randy. I'm taking your advice and calling early. I get up very early every morning and take my two doggies out to do their business and I walk around my yard In the past few days, I've seen Brown Snake. They are not those words that they're talking about the flathead worms. They're not those with the triangle at the head there straight long. One of the first one I saw was about as thick as my thumb and about two ft. Long And the other one A couple days later was about a baby. I think about Six inches long and about the size of my little finger. Can you take a picture next time? Oh, I can try. Well, yeah, Here's the thing. You gotta get a picture of it because you got to see what the shape of the head.
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"Paige for Liberty's must remember the debt. Were those who have paid it. The families left behind. In his speech, he encouraged unity and remembrance. Earlier he paid a visit to the grave of his son, Beau, who was an Iraq war vet and died of brain cancer six years ago. Today, the 32nd annual National Memorial Day Concert is on PBS tonight at eight. Traditionally, the concert is live. Well. Sarah Burrell is Alan Jackson. The four tops and more performing actors Joe Montagna and Gary Sinese host the show Another mass shooting. This one took place early this morning outside of South Florida Club Wfor TV's Keith Jones with the latest two people were killed. 25 others were hurt in a shooting. This happened at a concert earlier this morning. According to police, a white SUV with three people pulled up and opened fire with assault style rifles and handguns. Two people were killed. Over 20. Others were sent to several hospitals. No suspects are in custody. Yet after Senate Republicans blocked the creation of a bipartisan panel to investigate the deadly attack on the Capitol, the question remains. Will Democrats still move forward with a probe? New York Congressman Hakeem Jeffries on CNN going to re evaluate What the way forward is in the next few days. We have a caucus meeting on Tuesday. I look forward to hearing from the speaker as well as the members A. So what comes next. The Senate fell short of the 60 votes needed. Israel's top political leader could be out of power, saying you should be covered. If right wing Israeli politician Naftali Bennett says he will try to form a unity government that would end Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 year grip on power under the emerging deal, then it would had a government with right center and left wing parties. Netanyahu has been weakened by a corruption trial and four Incan Collusive elections in the last two years. Robert Burgers, CBS News Jerusalem, Brazilian racecar driver, a Leo Castro. Whoever s has won the Indy 500, not his first rodeo, either. He's now one of only four drivers to win the race. Four times. 135,000 fans watched insured him on.
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"Cloudy only four for a high walkie shot two above its three above zero in Milwaukee at WTMJ. You don't have to jump in your car and head off to Norway to have a rubble with the folks that are currently beating us at evey the way Will Ferrell did Sunday night at the Super Bowl. GM is announcement that will be catching up soon enough, Debbie last get taking a closer look at what that means going forward. Last week, GM announced their plans to go carbon neutral by 2040 and offer 40% of the company's US models as Battery Electric by the end of 2025. This is a $27 billion investment in the next five years, and it seems like a big ask and looking into the announcement GM made there's a lot one pack here, so I spoke to Arthur Harrington. He's a lawyer practicing environmental and energy law with Godfrey Con in Milwaukee. He also teaches at Marquette Law School. I mean, is that even feasible, They want all their new vehicles to be all electric by 6 2035. So on that side, I think clearly that's feasible And the reason I think primarily is some of the cost of the battery technology is becoming more efficient with a longer range and less cost. Harrington says that up from capital cost has been the biggest obstacle to most consumers adopting TVs and once that capital upfront costs reduces to become comparable to internal combustion engine. Vehicles. Then you're gonna have very rapid consumer acceptance. That's really what the bottom line needs right. They can have all the TVs and designs they want. But until the consumers get knocked off their internal combustion kick, they're not going to find an advantage to switching over to something they're not familiar with. And it's not just a matter of releasing new electric vehicles. We could do that people would buy them. But the big challenge right now is.
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"And the King had only four more credited television appearances during his career. January 7th 1911 actress Butterfly. McQueen is born in Tampa, Florida, best known for her first credited role and Gone with the Wind, whose Atlanta premiere she was barred from attending due to Jim Crow laws of the era. She continued to work in film and TV for five decades. January Knife 18. 94 the five second short, Fred Odds Sneeze is released. It was produced by Thomas Edison studio to demonstrate the capabilities of its motion picture technology and is the oldest surviving film that carried a copy, right January. 10th 1927, the early German drama Metropolis, premieres in Berlin. The dystopian epic was one of the first feature length science fiction movies and has since earned a reputation as one of the most influential films ever made on. That's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. Good morning to you. It is 6 30 on this Wednesday, January 6th. We're glad you're here for the kfbk. Morning News. I'm Christina Madonsela. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trending. At this hour. A local community has won the first round of a fight to keep a violent sexual predator out of their community. Millions of dollars in California unemployment reportedly being paid to inmates in out of state jails and prisons. Also, where this morning some hefty donations will keep Tahoe Blue. Um Massive cleanup of the lakes floor is cleared and ready to go and get underway. Let's get up the roads and checking with Ryan Nobles on a Wednesday morning. Good morning, Ryan. Good morning, just reported to rectify. The California Labor and Workforce Development Agency. Got some fog around Sacramento. Take that into consideration as you head out, also got a roadway.