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Brian Mudd: With Population Rising, BLM Decreased the Amount of Police

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 d ago

Brian Mudd: With Population Rising, BLM Decreased the Amount of Police

"You don't need data You don't need anything more than a little basic awareness To know that those most negatively impacted by increases in crime are whom Yeah those who are the most economically vulnerable in society And those that happen to be most economically vulnerable are home most commonly minorities Likewise little more than basic awareness and common sense is needed to know that generally fewer police is going to result in what Higher rates of crime So let's take this line of thought to the next level informationally What would you suspect would happen if our population were to say grow by 9.1% And that it would grow by 9.1% At the same time those important and law enforcement were to shrink by let's say 6.8% You think anything good would come at that And who therefore would be the most likely to be hurt and that scenario Now if those numbers seem awfully precise and maybe a little bit too much so to just be hypothetical you'd be right You see population adjusted full-time and law enforcement now 15.9% Below peak pre BLM levels And you tell me is our society better off for it

Nov. 2016: Biden Threatens Ukrainian President About PrivatBank

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Nov. 2016: Biden Threatens Ukrainian President About PrivatBank

"And I want you to notice what he says about pre bot bank Well man I took a note on the sports I didn't want to miss it You better do it Before Trump knows all the details No come on Dan Okay listen to yourself Jim play the cut Let me ask you one thing before I forget it Provide bank I understand the governor of the bank is a tenant of about shedding a date certain for the transition to take place I'm being told secondhand I know this is her position for sure that she is unsure of a day and so she gets an agreement from you I told her that I've told them I've told them to get back to her and set a date and I would talk to you about the date Because this is getting very very close what I don't want to have happen I don't want Trump to get in the position where he thinks he's about to buy onto a policy where the financial system is going to collapse and he's going to be looking to pour more money into Ukraine That's how he'll think about it before he gets sophisticated enough to know the detail So anything you can do to push the bank to closure shows that the IMF loan comes forward I would respectfully suggest this critically important to your economic as well as physical security I know it's difficult and I would call a more speech a pain in the ass and a problem for everybody but it really is critical that that you guys should figure this one out and you've been good You have publicly spoken out of it actually you do

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Heather Mac Donald Joins Charlie to Expose the Real Lessons of Memphis

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | 4 d ago

Heather Mac Donald Joins Charlie to Expose the Real Lessons of Memphis

"McDonald joins us now, she has a new book, you guys can pre order starting February 6th of when race, Trump's merit, how the pursuit of equity, sacrifices excellence, destroys beauty, and threatens lives. What a wonderful title Heather. Welcome back to the program. It's wonderful being with you, Charlie. Thank you for having me on. So Heather, how should we think about the George Floyd two that wasn't? It seemed as if the media was ready for another explosion in Memphis. In fact, The New York Times had dispatched 11 reporters to Memphis alone, how should we think about what happened in Memphis? Well, the official narrative about this is it was because the cops were charged so quickly, although that now is being viewed as an act of racism on the part by Benjamin crump, the ubiquitous civil rights attorney and other race activists. So you can't win either way. But I think the more likely reason is that even though we weren't told this as long as possible, these were black cops not white cops. If there had been 5 white cops engaged in this utterly abysmal display of police brutality and competence, I think cities would probably be smoldering still today.

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zkSync Bootloader Audit Report

OpenZeppelin

00:48 sec | 5 d ago

zkSync Bootloader Audit Report

"2 p.m. Friday January 27th, 2023. ZK sync bootloader audit report. ZK sync is a layer two scaling solution for Ethereum based on zero knowledge rollup technology. The protocol aims to provide low transaction fees and high throughput while maintaining a large degree of EVM compatibility. The scope of this audit included the bootloader which bundles transactions and executes them by delegating core functionality to system contracts deployed on layer two. The execution environment is the ZK VM, which uses distinct opcodes from the Ethereum VM and different pre compiles, but maintains a large degree of compatibility on the source code level. The post CK sync bootloader audit report appeared first on open Zeppelin blog.

Meta Masters Guild Raises Over 1.5 Million During Presale with Just Days Left Before 23 Price Rise

Coinpedia

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

Meta Masters Guild Raises Over 1.5 Million During Presale with Just Days Left Before 23 Price Rise

"3 p.m. Saturday January 28th, 2023. Meta masters guild raises over 1.5 million during pre sale with just days left before 23 price rise. The post meta master's guild raises over 1.5 million during pre sale with just days left before 23 price rise appeared first on Cohen PDF FinTech news. Meta masters guilds decentralized gaming ecosystem has raised more than 1.5 million in its ongoing pre sale. Aiming to be the world's first mobile based gaming guild met a master's guild has three exciting gaming projects in development. Part of the pre sales success is due to meta masters guilds partnership with game around, one of the most popular web three.

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NFT Brand Doodles Acquiring Animation Studio Golden Wolf

The Breakdown

01:46 min | 6 d ago

NFT Brand Doodles Acquiring Animation Studio Golden Wolf

"Earlier this week, NFT collection doodles announced that they had acquired Emmy nominated animation studio golden wolf. The two companies had previously worked together on the announcement of doodles two at NFT NYC last year. Golden wolf has worked with companies from Nike to Facebook to Gatorade to Disney to PlayStation and Adidas. As part of the announcement doodles Twitter account tweeted this marks the brand new chapter for doodles as we continue to expand the franchise. Narrative storytelling, worldbuilding, and character development will be at the center of everything we do. Doodles founder Jordan Castro also tweeted about the acquisition. We've always wanted to break out of web three's bubble and reach billions. Golden wolf's world class team has done just that, excited billions with animation. Expect storytelling without constraints and AI animation generation R&D soon. We're buying not selling. As per the deal golden wolf will continue to operate independently though in close collaboration with doodles. The golden wolf founder and CEO Inge erlington has joined doodles as chief content officer focusing on running studio operations while building out the next wave of the doodles brand. Animator Denny bright writes doodles acquiring an animation studio like golden wolf is insane. Like you don't understand how big that is insane. So what exactly does this mean? One of the things that's been clear for some time is that many of these NFT collections saw their trajectory as effectively pre selling character IP that would find its way into other mediums. In some ways, NFTs would look like alternate shared ownership of IP. Basically, they allowed the audience to become a pseudo owner and have more active participation in a creative project. We've seen versions of this with collections like the board apes, who launched their other side metaverse, and now with this acquisition, doodles looks a bit like a media company moving from idea phase to execution phase.

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Are the Days of Heady L1s Behind Us?

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:52 min | 6 d ago

Are the Days of Heady L1s Behind Us?

"Will, do you think we're never going to see those heady days of all L ones pumping such as we saw with Solana Luna avalanche, the famous salon of axe trade from a while ago? Yeah, we'll get to that in a second. First of all, I gotta say, I think you might have beaten Wendy's backdrop in terms of who was the coolest backdrop on the show these days. A bookcase look at NASA, when do you got to up it up a little bit? Jen's always in third place and then of course, in the last place. So that's where it is. At least you put yourself last. Yeah, I mean, it's true. I'm like in a prison cell over here. I need to decorate a little bit, but I'm 26. That's not my specialty. So let's just forget about it. Let's talk about this whole tray here. App toast, like you said, Zach had a terrible launch, like a terrible launch, like marketing PR. They had so much behind this. They put so much money into it. And it popped immediately. There's a lot of negativity around the token allocation to the foundation and think about a billion tokens were allocated totally for an entire token ecosystem in half went to the foundation. So a lot of money just to foundation. They pushed back against that, saying, in comparison to other token projects, the percentage was actually quite fair. Take your own piece on that, that's always going to be an argument if you're going to do some sort of pre mine. But in terms of the timing also terrible right before FTX, we know that a lot of these teams actually have some connections without me to research and FTX. Aptos and sui were basically two competing brands coming out at the same time and of a bull market. Really in the middle of a bear market at that point. And it's a hard time to launch a layer one network. We have seen that work in the past, avalanche, Solana, Luna, a lot of these tokens were launched during the last bear market. And they did well during the bull market. They did do well, but they also sort of crashed afterwards, right? There wasn't any sustainability like we've seen with Ethereum, which really has gone to his next set of legs

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Monterey Park Community Mourns 11 Victims of Mass Shooting

The Officer Tatum Show

02:11 min | Last week

Monterey Park Community Mourns 11 Victims of Mass Shooting

"I find it quite interesting. And I don't want to belabor the point of this shooting in the violence that had gone on in the last few days in California, especially the 12 people who were murdered at the hands of a deranged man, 72 year old man. And I don't want to say his name because I don't like to give these people too much credence. However, this was a very unfortunate situation right now, there is no clear motive. There's been indications that he could have been targeting his ex-wife. There's indications that he could be targeting the certain event because of whatever malice that he felt in his heart, some articulate that he had this blank stare. You have to be a complete lunatic to shoot and kill that many people for no apparent reason. It's not like a heat of passion situation where you have a person getting upset and going off the rails in an instantaneous act of violence. This is someone who pre planned this particular situation and then waited for the event to unfold at the star ball room dance studio on the lunar new year, which is the Asian new year. Waited for that to commence and then he opened fire and began shooting and killing people. He killed multiple people. And then before killing himself, now this could have been a situation where he was upset with his ex-wife or it could have been something a little different. I mean, nobody knows specifically. Obviously, his ex-wife isn't here to tell us a story, and we don't really know what his motives were. But I think that we'll find out soon. The media, in my personal opinion, this is why you can't trust the media. Because they are not going to be honest if it's not conducive to pitch the narrative that they want to pitch. If it's not going to pitch their narrative, I don't think that they're too interested in this. There's not going to be riots in the street. There's not going to be a conversation about Asian or Asian violence. About Asian is the new white supremacy. There's going to be no conversation whatsoever about this. When we have two Asian situations or Asian people committing heinous acts of violence in the span of a few days,

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Proposal To Activate Aave V3 On Ethereum Is Now Live

Ethereum Daily

00:43 sec | Last week

Proposal To Activate Aave V3 On Ethereum Is Now Live

"A proposal to activate the ave V 3.0 .1 deployment on Ethereum mainnet is now live. The proposal marks the final steps in a highly anticipated V three upgrade, which brings higher composability to the protocol pre approved assets on the new deployment include wrapped Bitcoin wrapped ether W STE USD C diet link and ave. The governance previously decided to do a fresh contract deployment for V three on Ethereum instead of upgrading V two contracts. This means users will need to migrate their existing positions from V two two V three on Ethereum. Three is already live on polygon avalanche arbitrum optimism phantom and harmony.

Jeff Katz: Virginia Schools Discriminated Against Top Students

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:41 min | Last week

Jeff Katz: Virginia Schools Discriminated Against Top Students

"It sure seems as if this was done intentionally to keep certain kids from being notified of these honors and then getting scholarships and early admissions. And this was originally it was at Thomas Jefferson high school, which is one of the top schools in America public schools in America from what I understand Jeff, but now we understand there may be as many as 16 high schools where this happened. Absolutely tied to TJ as it's colloquially known. And fairfax is one of the greatest high schools in America. It's also the subject of ongoing litigation on the part of Asian American families who say they are being discriminated against as TJ and some of the advisers and fairfax who said, well, we need to be quote more equitable in admissions and stop looking at test scores and grades. And you're right. It's now comprising apparently 16 different schools here in Virginia channel 7 out of D.C. is covering the story pre extensively and it seems to be I guess the motivation, the best way I can say it because everybody is pushing back, as I said, but the motivation seems to be that this is all about that equity push that says everybody has the same outcome. So these students who have broken their rear ends to score the highest get the best grades and their entitled to these things, they're being denied the opportunity to number one even know that they received this designation, which is huge and then to utilize it when they apply to some of the best colleges in America for early admission, early decision, and as you rightly point out, and I think this is probably where the litigation is sure to follow actual scholarships that amount to dollars and cents.

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Never Give an Inch

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:54 min | Last week

Never Give an Inch

"You know, I am surprised that you're not in Davos this week. We are pre taping this the week before never give an inch comes out. And John Kerry's in Davos, so I just assume that every former Secretary of State would be in Davos. Have you ever gone to Davos, mister secretary? Never been to Davos, kinded out my vibe, you. You and me both, I got invited this year didn't go. I want to ask you know about the Aspen institute. The one thing that didn't get dragged in never give an inch and there's a lot of D.C. that gets dragged here and we're going to get into that is the Aspen institute. I think it's been totally captured like the Chamber of Commerce by the left wing and now doesn't serve the function it used to serve. What say you, mister secretary? Yes, it's too bad. It's always been a place where ideas were to exchange, I think, in fact, they call it the ideas form, something like that. I did go there once to speak. I was interviewed by Brett Stevens. There's an example of someone who's just brain melted down, right? Brett's David was with someone for whom I still have enormous intellectual respect, but he lost his mind with respect to president Trump. He just he could no longer breathe in his way through problems and solutions and accept when we got it right with a handful of exceptions. I went and I went to the Aspen forum. He was the unfortunate bystander when I spoke directly to The New York Times about something they had done that was devastatingly awful. They had named one of my best at CIA officers. They put his name in print. I had spoken to the publisher. I'd spoken to the editor. Asking them to please not publish this man's name, we had to provide security for he and his family as a result of what The New York Times did. There was Hugh. There was no news element to publishing his name. He had simply been responsible for large pieces of the counter terrorism operation for the last 20 years. He was running my Iran mission center. They didn't like that. And so they put his name in print, risking the lives of his family forever. It was

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More Classified Documents Found at Biden's Delaware Home

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last week

More Classified Documents Found at Biden's Delaware Home

"Now, more documents were discovered over the weekend. And here's where we're getting into some interesting territory. Now The White House told us that all of the documents that were there had been discovered had been turned over. There was nothing else there. And now we know that the FBI spent upwards of 1213 hours. Searching Joe Biden's home over the weekend, and they discovered more documents. So my question is, how many more documents are out there? But more importantly, why did the FBI spend 1213 14 hours tearing apart Joe Biden's home? What was the FBI looking for? Now when you go back to Mar-a-Lago and the pre dawn guns drawn raid that the FBI conducted on the home of former president Trump, there's a big difference between the two. For one thing, the national archives knew exactly where all of the documents were, as a matter of fact, the FBI and the national archives worked with the Trump team post election to make sure that all of those documents were actually in a secure place. As a matter of fact, the recommendation was made, hey, look, this looks good, but you need to add a padlock, and that's exactly what they did. So this is not some sort of a big surprise here. Those documents that president Trump had, including the cocktail napkin, and the framed photos of the cover of Time Magazine were all in a very secure location, a location known by the FBI and national archives. But that's not the case when it comes to Joe Biden, where these documents were all over the place. You had the think tank, you had the garage with the Corvette. Now you have inside the house, they never told us where the previous batch so batch number three, we don't know where those documents were found.

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THETA Breaches 1 Level Courtesy Of Solid OnChain Developments

NewsBTC

03:18 min | Last week

THETA Breaches 1 Level Courtesy Of Solid OnChain Developments

"10 a.m. Sunday, January 22nd, 2023. Data breaches one level courtesy of solid unchained developments. Streaming services have become a big part of the modern society. Theta network is building that kind of tech for the web three space. The network's native token theta has been going bullish in the past few weeks as a result of on chain developments, and a reversal of the sentiment on cryptocurrencies. According to coin gecko, theda rose 15 in the biweekly time frame, along with other altcoins. The network has been revving up development with the recent alpha release of edge store. Theta networks decentralized storage solution related reading what is singularity net and why is its AGI X token exploding by one 16 boosting the network in their January 20th blog post, the development team detailed how this new way of storing data can help the network and web three progress. The edge store solution would be a decentralized way to store web three content. This will run on the theta edge nodes, which already has the ability to encode and transcode content. The fear uncertainty and doubt surrounding the cryptocurrency market has not stopped the networks to grow with partnerships. Trusted media brand, a web three entertainment firm, is now part of the growing list of theta's enterprise validator nodes. The list includes tech industry giants like Samsung, Google, and Sony to name a few. This would accelerate the adoption of web three for entertainment services. One reached what's next for theta as the time of writing, the token has breached the 1.02 resistance to hit its current price of 1.04. This drive towards one might have left the bulls exhausted as they pulled off the advance yesterday. Right now, they'd a bulls are focused on consolidating gains. If the bulls are successful in consolidating the coin, we might see an explosive upward pressure in the next couple of days. The token, with its high correlation with Bitcoin, would also be subject to the broader sway of the crypto market. Theta gearing up for a monster move pick dot Twitter dot com 5 are 41 socks gay Luke prior high priest of cash the look of prior January 16th, 2023, with BTC going into consolidation mode as well. Theta's face right now would be reliant if Bitcoin breaks upwards or downwards. Although the token still has a long way to go for it to recover pre FTX levels, its steady momentum now will surely help investors and traders reach their goals. Analysts are also bullish for the future of the token crypto total market cap at 993 billion on the weekend chart chart trading view dot com related reading Shiba Inu shows aggressiveness with 20 jump in the weekly charts for now. Investors and traders targeting 1.20 should focus on keeping the momentum steady and slow as consolidating gives the token some room for short and medium term gains. With Bitcoin's price movement also affecting the theta market, monitoring how BTC moves in the next couple of weeks, should also be a priority. Featured image by currency dot com

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China rings in Year of Rabbit with most COVID rules lifted

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

China rings in Year of Rabbit with most COVID rules lifted

"People across China ring in the lunar new year. Author of China, people are gathering a temple's welcoming the year of the rabbit and praying for good fortune. Residents and tourists swarm the streets enjoying treats shaped like rabbits and snacks from traditional new year rice cake stands. The festive celebration marks the biggest of its kind for years as families reunite and large public gatherings are allowed again after the government lifted its zero COVID policy. But crowds still appear to be smaller compared to pre-pandemic days. Some of the most popular sites are yet to return and other require advanced reservation. According to China's center for disease control, mass movement of people during the new year may cause the virus to spread, but a spokesperson says a large scale outbreak is unlikely since about 80% of the country's 1.4 billion people were infected during the recent wave.

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Tucker Carlson: How Could Hunter Biden Afford High Rental Costs?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson: How Could Hunter Biden Afford High Rental Costs?

"Tucker asked that question. I want to play a little bit of Tucker Carlson last night because of course, as usual, Tucker has an ability to take a common sense approach to issues that, well, they're right under our nose. Here was Tucker on Fox News. In 2018, Hunter Biden was looking to rent property in California. Now, on a background check form as part of his rental application, hunter Biden claimed that, in fact, he owned the Delaware House that Joe Biden his dad says that he owned. So they're both claiming to own the same house. Hunter Biden then also listed the address of that house as his primary residence on his driver's license and official government document. Now this is the very same home where Joe Biden has spent a third of his presidency in addition to his beach house in Rehoboth without maintaining any visitor logs. Now, this is worth knowing, and we don't know this because The New York Times or ABC News dispatched one of his crack reporters who found it. No, we know it because an anonymous Twitter account called at JJ talking found this background check for him on Hunter Biden's laptop Miranda define it for the New York Post has also done extensive reporting on it. And the document raises quite a few questions. Not all of which we can answer, by the way. But the obvious ones include did Hunter Biden actually buy his father's home in Delaware, was he making rent payments to live there? Does that amount that he was paying referred to another property? It was a big amount on the form Hunter Biden claims he's paying nearly 50,000 a month in housing costs. 50 thousand a month. Weren't that money come from? You wouldn't take Hunter Biden to be able to earn that kind of money. Now, at the time, this was pre laptop. But Hunter Biden had already been thrown out of the U.S. Navy for cocaine use. He had already abandoned a rental car with a crack pipe inside along with his ID. He had already left his wife for his sister in law.

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Kyle Seraphin: FBI, CIA, and NSA Used Assessments Against Americans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Kyle Seraphin: FBI, CIA, and NSA Used Assessments Against Americans

"And the shocking part of the story is again not that the FBI is doing this you would already said that months ago you were an actual whistleblower not a Johnny come lately And shockingly apparently they're working in conjunction with the CIA and the NSA on these assessments but here's the kicker That's to be expected when it comes to foreign targets According to this story this was involving assessments on American citizens That kind of make my hair stand up a little bit Yep Yeah assessments are an interesting tool So the FBI and people can find this in the dialog This is open-source stuff People want to go read about it The FBI tells you how they do work Assessments are a pre investigative tool And then we have another thing called a preliminary investigation which is kind of like an entry level It unlocks certain other tools And then the full investigation is literally known as that full investigation So it's assessment PI or FI And assessments there's something like 6 different flavors of them They can be used for all kinds of different things Some of them are just area familiarization Like let's say the Super Bowl is happening And they do an assessment on what possible threats happened in that area based on this big event They could do an assessment to determine if somebody is a good source So they will go and say look we got to target We want to get into figure out what Dan bongino is up to So we got to assess who are all of his friends and who did he talk to and any of them are going to be susceptible to recruitment So we'll do an assessment on that And there's certain tools you get every time you do it You can always use surveillance You can use interviews and it's kind of like public stuff And then the more specific the assessment and movement along that preliminary and full investigation the more tools you get that you can go and get whether they be subpoenas or national security letters and things like that It depends on the cycle case But assessments are used all the time And they are a light of a full investigation might have a preliminary investigation but they do generate a file and paper and of course those sit in the system forever So once it starts your name is always searchable Inside the FDA's databases

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Kash Patel Has a Special Name for Special Prosecutors

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Kash Patel Has a Special Name for Special Prosecutors

"Back with cash Patel. He's got a brand new book up. Let's put it straight up there. So everybody knows the name it is. Image. There we go. Government gangsters. You can pre order it at government gangsters dot com. We'll talk about your fight to get it published, but first things first, when it comes to the news, you said something that rather triggered my former White House colleague Steve Bannon in a good way on his show yesterday on war room. I was on right after you. You said something special about the special prosecutors the special counsels that are going after president Trump. How did you describe them cash? I call these special counsels, the special forces operators of government, corruption. Look at rob Rosenstein's appointment of Mueller. Now look at this appointment of rob her. Who is rob her? Rob Rosenstein's protege. Why does that matter? Rob her single handedly with rod Rosenstein was the one that blocked Devin Nunes and I access to russiagate information for the American public when we sent them congressional subpoenas when they were running the Department of Justice. So you want it information and DoJ and this guy her blocked you cash? Not only did he block it, I want him. I dare him to come out and say he didn't do it. He also blocked and wanted to prevent the release of the Nunes memo. We've got the emails. I'm going to post them later today, a foia request to be made for every Robert herr email. This guy didn't want us to expose the corruption at the FBI and DoJ with his henchmen rod Rosenstein. They lied about it. And these two guys not only signed the illegal fisa warrant against president Trump as the heads of DoJ, they also launched an investigation and subpoenaed me as the chief House intelligence committee investigator on Russia gate in 2017.

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The Hajj is expected to return in full, Cardinal Pell remains controversial even in death, and Jordanian Christians celebrate Christ's baptism

AP News Radio

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

The Hajj is expected to return in full, Cardinal Pell remains controversial even in death, and Jordanian Christians celebrate Christ's baptism

"On this week's AP religion roundup. The Hodge pilgrimage is expected to return in full cardinal pal remains controversial, even in death, and Jordanian Christians celebrate Christ's baptism. A God. Sydney, Australia's archbishop paid tribute Wednesday to cardinal George Powell. The controversial archbishop died Tuesday. Pell was a one time financial adviser to Pope Francis. He spent over 400 days in solitary confinement in his native Australia on child sex abuse charges before his convictions were unanimously overturned. Pell was a divisive figure. He lived to see Vatican rivals charged with financial crimes after he worked to reform the church's finances. In Australia, he was a lightning rod for disagreements over whether the church had been properly held to account for historic child sex abuse. It was revealed after his death that he pinned a secret memo on his growing concern about what he considered the disaster and catastrophe of the papacy under Pope Francis. Jordanian Catholics prayed for health and peace as they gathered near the eastern bank of the Jordan River Friday to mark the baptism of Jesus Christ. The baptism celebration closes out the liturgical Christmas season among western churches, where it celebrated anywhere from January 7th to the 13th. More than 3000 pilgrims attended the event, where according to Christian tradition, John the Baptist baptized Jesus. The Latin patriarch of Jerusalem led prayers at a church located near the eastern bank of the river, UNESCO has declared the area a World Heritage Site of immense religious significance. Saudi Arabia announced that Islam's annual Hodge pilgrimage will return to pre-pandemic levels this year. In previous years, the annual religious commemoration was curtailed over concerns about the coronavirus. The Hajj is required of all able bodied Muslims once in their life and represents one of the world's largest gatherings of people. Before the pandemic, the pilgrimage drew millions each year to Islam's sacred city of Mecca. This year the Hajj begins during the last week of June. I'm Walter ratliff

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"pre" Discussed on Some Would Play

Some Would Play

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"pre" Discussed on Some Would Play

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Vox's The Weeds

08:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Learn more visit. Att dot com slash connecting communities so back in time we did find some research on an education expansion in depression era norway. This is the making of social democracy economic and electoral consequences of norway's nineteen thirty six folks school reform blockbuster. Paper by darren asamoah glue the famous mit economist Plus to finish guys at twelve spec arena and matias I kept say finish. Names plus kill civil salvin s. I think from norway. Apparently i am not that well versed in norwegian history but the first ever norwegian labour party government comes to power in nineteen. Thirty six This is like i left government and one of the things they do is they put a lot of money into rural education which was called folk schools and so they increase the quantity of schooling. The increase the pay of the teachers. It's like a big deal so this study shows that you know it works the cohorts that are impacted by the reforms. Become better educated. They have higher labor income over the longer term. And they also show that the cohorts that benefited from this reform. Become much more likely to vote for the labor party down the road and that this is not. You know that if you if you do the statistics that this is not just a mechanical impact of the education itself. It's like some kind of a you know. A norwegian version of like fdr brought electrcity to my town. So now democrat you know into the into the sixties and seventies that. There's a whole generation of rural norwegian social democrats sort of brought up as a result of this norwegian. do deal. I don't know i mean it's i think. An important part of understanding the history of the twentieth century is that the circumstances of the nineteen-thirties allowed for a lot of dramatic shifts in electoral politics in a lot of different countries. And what happens to have happened during that period often has sort of long lasting legacies. Obviously we know of many countries in europe where something a little darker than a big rollout of rural schooling happened in the nineteen thirties but in norway. That's what they did right. The social democrats came to power. They built all schools and then people decided the social democrats agree. Yeah this is one of those. Where like the top line finding is stated so kind of clearly that that like my natural reaction was like yeah. I'm sure there's stuff that they didn't control for. You know that there are other kind of possible explanations here and they're they're pretty good at laying out if it were this alternative explanation. Here's what we would look for. And we looked for it and we didn't find it and the thing that i found personally most persuasive in that kind of section of the like you know working through the various versions of the null hypothesis was that they a lot of the data that they're using is a survey the first post-election survey in norway it wasn't conducted until nineteen fifty seven which is not super helpful in evaluating. You know the reasons that people were changing their vote in the mid nineteen thirties. But you know it does speak to a certain amount of durability over time and so they're looking at the cohorts both of people who would have had kids go through. You know who would have had kids. Benefit from the boost to schooling and the generation of kids themselves and there is a pronounced difference in the ways in which rural and urban people in those cohorts respond to questions about whether the labor party is demonstrated inability to keep its promises and to govern and i am also not super well versed in norwegian history. So it's possible that there is some interesting historical factor that they conveniently left out in the paper. That would explain that difference but it does speak pretty precisely to. This is the population that would have benefited from this program. That like is very visible in people's lives and lo and behold we do see that they have a higher sense of efficacy of government even twenty years down the road. Yeah i think one of the things that's interesting is that the authors can't really don't really parse between whether or not people were just thankful for the policy change or whether they were like reevaluating their previous conception of the labor party is being like incompetent. So it's not clear exactly what mechanism they're falling like. Oh cool they can do stuff now or it's like oh i'm so thankful so i'm going to reward with my vote which i think is a very interesting school of political thought but just like really hammer home like how big of a deal this change was in like nineteen thirty five like urban areas had like two hundred eleven days of schooling whereas rural areas had like only eighty nine and so like bringing that up to par was like a massive difference in people's lives. It wasn't not like some small like education policy tinkering that people were like. Oh cool. thank you for doing that. This was a major difference in how children and parents and families were like living in these places. And i think also what's interesting to me about. This is because you know we're like living in the time of polarization guess and it's one of the things i think as reclined talks about a lot is just as idea that it's really hard for voters to evaluate their political parties based on what they've done because often the blueberries can't get done their top priorities so you're evaluating them on like random small or you're probably john evaluating them on policy changes at all or you're just upset because they didn't do anything after they promised you a bunch of big stuff and it's interesting because it's hard to imagine right now the idea of in the united states like you know even some european countries. I'm not super familiar with what's going on in norway. I have to admit but it's imagine someone sweeping to power this new party and then getting to enact this massive policy agenda that reframed the entirety of how people do education and that feels like a lot healthier of an electorate. So it's cool. But i'm not sure how instructive it is for a current political parties. The one thing. I will say about electoral health in particular. Is you know in the. Us context. There's like a strong positive correlation between education level and voter turnout. You see that also becoming part of the mechanism here or like okay. Obviously if you're going to have a more educated electorate they're going to turn out at higher rates and so maybe the people who are most affected by that are going to change the vote share but it turns out that norway even before the harmonization of schooling had a pretty had like super high. Voter turnout so we are talking about. Like an electorate that he's in that one extremely important respect different from the united states and so might have you know once you have an electorate once you have a citizenry that is already overwhelmingly likely to lake votes. They may be thinking more actively about politics following it more closely and might be making their decisions in different ways. I'm not like it's also possible that that's not the case. It's just a good reason to you. Know like this isn't necessarily lake. The stars aligned and a system much like our own was suddenly able to do a lot and look how powerful it was. It was a system. That already probably wasn't our own was able to do a lot and people responded to it. I mean i think to the extent of this any real implications for thinking about america. Right you would more likely look to state governments. I just 'cause like norway is small and jerusalem was saying like national political parties are never empowered to really make changes on on this scale in the kind of legislative arena. It's interesting that i can't think of anything comparable to this happening in state government in the united states in like the past thirty years. We're like a party takes over. And they have some like signature idea and it's like really distinctive and then people are all like well. Let's see how that worked out right in whatever place and then you know one thing. That's striking about this. Is that like the outcomes. Were very different after they did this right like the days in schooling changed a lot literacy rates. Went up quite a bit right. We have this very ferocious politics. In america you know people are very emotionally engaged with it. But like i i just i can't think of an example of like a party sweeping into power and making like really big changes that touch. Everybody's lives in the way that this would have touched the lives of like every family in rural norway. And it just don't know it kind of made me think that we're.

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Vox's The Weeds

07:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Like the other thing that reminds me of is the question of what universal pre-k would do for for retaining lake income diversity in public schooling because it does seem that the parents that are affluent enough to afford like enrolling their kids in private pre k. They already have the experience of school shopping. They've already learned the lesson at a very young age that the blake when their kids are at a very young age that the public school system is not giving them what they want in an educational experience and so they have to turn to alternatives. And so i do kind of wonder you know and matt. Obviously you have like substantial lived experience with this one what you think if any effect having had everyone have the ability to start in a public school pre k. program would have on the continued kind of health of the school system. So i mean. Dc ps did selling interesting. That i think other cities should think about ellie's so they set like a very high bar. For what universal preschool was going to look like and that meant that they did not try to roll it out very quickly right. I mean there was a deliberate off. They wanted to maintain the standard. And that meant that. It was going to take them a number of years to increase the capacity to where they wanted to be and they did it not exclusively through the bs schools but through the schools in the d. c. charter school system. Which has its own authorizing board and a reasonably high standard for what you can do. So they did not subsidize private operators and they did not attempt to make preschool universally vailable in the short term then they had to start somewhere and they basically started from the poorest neighborhoods moving out but they did not means test the program eve's geographically based like regular public schooling but basically rolled it out so school starts at age four in the poor neighborhoods at age five and the rich ones. And then three. You know an in an expands outwards so this winds up having an impact sort of along the gentrification frontier where if you are living in shaw or columbia heights sir logan circle or that eastern rim of capitol hill neighborhood. And you're the kind of i. Don't know like yuppie gentrify r- who's there and like you're having kids you know like do. We have to move to cleveland park for the schools. What are we going to do. You got the opportunity to enroll in public school when your kid was three or four while the people in cleveland park contently town didn't necessarily so this got a lot of richer wider families enrolling their kids in public schools and he created a situation where racially integrated neighborhoods they used to have very segregated schools now have integrated schools as well as as integrated neighborhoods. And you can see. The urban institute has them where you can track the demographic evolution different schools in america and the us public school system is very very very highly segregated and these schools like in the gentrifying neighborhoods of washington dc or a big exception to that where white enrollment has gone up because the schools themselves were under enrolled. This has not been displacement of anybody from the schools just less under enrolled than they used to be so. Get my kids. School like white enrollment is up black. Enrollment is up. Latino enrollment is flat and mike. That's the story so people sometimes will say well. We really ought to do something to tackle school segregation abbott and they often don't seem to like have any things. They bought it to tackle school segregation. Is that desegregation persistent. Like what happens when they go to school. Middle school well. That's the question right. I mean like. I don't think we know because they're not separated like you go from brigade three into kindergarten so on and so forth so right now in dc. The elementary schools have gotten a lot less segregated but the middle schools and high schools are still super segregated. So i don't know what the next stage equivalent of that is. I'm also not a hundred percent shore like what the cost benefit and it all is like the way. Dc has done. this has been very expensive. They are taking both a high end model of what preschool should be. And they are providing it to everybody because ultimately does rollout. it's not targeted program for the neediest families. So it's a very high cost version of preschool and while it has improved the like measurable learning outcomes in. Ps it's not like it's made dc. Ps like in the top ten percent or even top half of american public school systems. It's taken what used to be regarded as one of the worst anywhere and it's like swimming up toward mediocrity at great expense. Dc is pretty affluent area but also very unequal so like doing expensive public sector undertakings that promote equality. Seems like reasonable thing to do. But i'm just never sure like how generalize -able any of that is to a poorer city like baltimore or just a place where like the politics is not going to support public investment on that kind of scale and you maybe need to look at things that have like higher cost benefit right. I mean if you're trying to get like i'm in texas now if you're trying to get texas to agree to spend money on stuff you know that's gonna be a hard sell and like you wanna make sure you're getting bang for your buck. Other san antonio is another example of a place that did a big preschool investment. This used to be castro's claim to fame. It seems to work out. You know somewhat. Well there. But i mean again. It hasn't turned sin antonio into like the hot place that everybody wants their kids to school and they still have these little exclave like rich white neighborhoods have formed their own towns. They don't need to participate in the same san antonio school system. This is like a super long winded way of saying that. Like i just think in general that like preschool doesn't fit it doesn't work but that it doesn't like evade the big difficult structural questions in education. It just sort of creates another venue in. Would you could try to address them and should be creative right because by saying hey like you can roll your four year old at the local neighborhood school. That really does get people to give something to try right. But i don't know like the forces that lead to school segregation a really big and this is just not that big of a lever on the segregation piece. It's not like there's some other thing that's been done somewhere. That is like a overwhelming success. That i would point to instead. Turn this housing podcasts. We never talk about housing segregation in every. But i i mean. I think it's kind of can bring us to biden's plan a little bit. Because i don't know how how salient this still is. But he has. He had a plan to Expand preschool all three and four year olds nationally and also at the same time. Do free community tuition-free community college and what's interesting. I didn't know before researching for this show. Is that it. Also includes like teachers scholarships for people. Who are getting a bachelor's degree or another credential to become an educator and so like it seems like there's a lot of talking about here is just if we are serious but having this really expensive preschool option. We need to be creating the labor force that could support..

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Vox's The Weeds

08:23 min | 1 year ago

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"You ask that means jobs and a chance. At fighting climate change you probably notice the rains flooding wildfires the fires on the west coast drifting smoke and haze across the country to the opposite coast. If you haven't experienced these things yourselves you've likely see the headlines. Honestly the photos news reports it can feel kind of overwhelming but the good news is we have a clean energy future and grasp if congress acts now we just have to keep the momentum up too fast bold climate change legislation you some that momentum in number slip in the next decade carmakers for like the spend two hundred fifty billion to develop new electric vehicle models in the industry. They've employed almost one hundred thirty thousand people across the us. Then we're set to expand over the next ten years more than eighty seven million people in the us. Utility companies plans to go one hundred percent. Clean the jobs. Are there if we continue to act and work past bowl. Climate change legislation. Learn more at the great american bill dot com today so the more that we talk about this the more convinced. I am that like we kind of need to desegregate the bundle. Of what pre k. Is supposed to do for kids and for communities because when we talk about things like the educational effects dissipating like you can kind of build a plausible mental model of well this skills that you are learning in pre k. Are skills that are primarily useful in kindergarten. So you'll be more ready for kindergarten first grade but then by the time that you're going to third fourth fifth grade and you're trying to build on skills that you learned in k. Through two then if you've been in a bad k. through system it's gonna collapse on itself. It's solid foundation crappy first floor but some of the skills that matt was talking about initially in terms of the pre literacy suffer as much about the habits of what it is like to be in school. Which is i think. Separate from any particular skills can you. Maybe explain habit to use. Yeah yeah just like. I mean the kind of like body sense of here is what it's like to hold a book. Here's what it is like to sit down and read here is what it is like to be in a classroom setting and be working independently. Here's what it's like to be classroom setting and be listening to the teacher while they talk like i went to a montessori preschool and kindergarten for that better and lake the hardest thing for me going to a standard public school in first grade was that there wasn't as much independently structure learning time which part of which was the transition to first grade but part of which was that i was in a monastery setting. So there's that there's also this kind of what matt was talking about a little bit later in the first segment about how to succeed soft scales the fact that highly educated teachers are likely to have triumphed in the system. As we've set it up right now and so are both modeling and teaching kids here. The things you need to do to continue to succeed in this system that we've built like have a good shot at you know a pedigree college and improve your earnings in later life. Those are things that it's plausible that they don't dissipate as easily or at least like they're not any less relevant in fourth grade than they were in first and second grade and it's not exactly like seven and eight year. Old kids are naturally inclined to sit down and be quiet for long periods of time and like not having learned those skills but ultimately even out and it's also not like there are other structures built into k. Through twelve that are going to teach the soft success skills. So i think that when we talk about the differences between pre k. and childcare or when we talk about the differences between high and low quality pre-k lake which of these functions are retrying to serve with a high quality pre k. I think you know it seems lake. Matt your sense at least is the system has really succeeded in like quasi academic skills or be soft life. Success that aren't going to be measured on lake tests but that might in fact be more durable than just knowing how to read a little bit sooner. i mean it has built in. Dc is the only jurisdiction america whose nape reading scores for eighth graders have continued to rise after the great national plateauing. So i mean. I do think that theory of it is that this translates into more academic success. Here's what i think. The problem is right that if you sort of. Read the literature it ping-pong between my god. You get these amazing benefits from preschool to them like no no no that benefits phase out too well. No but the benefits don't phase out if you have curriculum alignment if you have high quality middle schools. Should you left with. it's not bad finding for preschool. But i think it's the hope was that preschool was going to be like magic right because there are things that are like this right. We know with foreign languages right that if you take a little kid. I know a little girl and she speaks french. She speaks bunk aryan. She speaks english and she's right and she could just like dunk on you. A grown up in terms of her foreign language capacities. And you just can't do that. Like only a genius can do that as an adult. But everybody can do it as a little kid right so if it was really important to america for more people to speak bulgarian then a heavy investment early childhood education would clearly put us like on the rocket ship to bulgarian linguistic competence. In a way that fussing around with high schools won't right and you could imagine like really redesigning foreign language education along those principles but because of english is privileged position in the world. learning languages. Like actually isn't that important to americans but learning reading and math is well. It's a big claim there. There there are also documented benefits that you know just learning. Multiple languages can just help with cognitive reasoning in other ways and also lots of spanish speakers in america sure foreign language. Competence is not a standard by which we have agreed. We are going to evaluate the quality of education went. Exactly the problem with preschool. Seems to me is that there isn't a strong evidence that is especially important to like literacy outcomes to educate three and four year olds. It's that that it doesn't help right but it's that like even like really skilled six year olds like reading and writing. Competency is quite bat right and like you need to continue to level the map as they become seven eight nine. It's like it's a really long race and kids whose parents themselves are rich and educated. If you hit a bump in the road those parents like make the kids navigate around it you know and kids who come from you know who have unstable situations or you know whose parents her baby not. That focused on this like they have more problems like if there's any kind of breakdown anywhere on school. Pathway you can get problems and there's no four year old magic that like immunizes kids against those kind of breakdowns later in the process which isn't to say it's not worth doing but you have to think about like it's not really an alternative to addressing anything else. That seems hard. And i do think that that's a lot of what people are looking for. That preschool was supposed to be relief from the like education reform boards. And i don't think it can provide that right like whatever it is that like. We'll make everybody's middle schools really good like you would still have to do that if you wanted to have. Much much better educational outcomes in the united states. Preschool could help. But like it's one year and you're talking about four year olds and it still matters a lot. What happens with the bigger kids. I think one of the things that these programs unambiguously have done though is increasing labor force participation rate for women. And it's like very indirect here right as a outcome but what you end up having in. Dc is like you get like a twelve percentage point increase in labor force participation rate for women like ten percentage points can be attributed to the preschool program according to like this cap study by rashid mma leak and so you have like a situation here where it's kind of like roundabout way of you know..

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The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"pre" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"National parks of be interesting but it's you know plenty gaming yosemite or something. I don't know the feasability. Yeah buzzfeed terms of venues like were people already gather right. So big wide open grassy Like a game in central park right. That's something yeah no older. Yeah yeah. I don't know what you do for stands makeshift stands but like you need wide open grass. That's it. I don't know what a weird question all right. Let's get test. We got a couple of minutes left here. Let's let's get to some of our non college football questions. What's the best way to eat on a road trip from luke of her baller. Do you pack sandwiches. Do you take long breaks for sit down. Restaurants do embrace fast food. What do you do. I think it depends where you are. Think it depends who you're with. I it depends how hungry you are. I would definitely make an effort to try as much regional food as possible so whether that sit down. Whether it's you know burger shacks. I think the shack experience. Like if i were to go on a road trip and i was. I wasn't in a rush. I think i would look up. Where the like local iconic burger shack burrito or taco shell. Yeah something like that where you're eating outside something that's been there since like nineteen sixty three. I snack food. Doesn't do it as much for me. I'm happy to go grocery shopping before you leave and load up on what you want. But i think i would make an effort to research the road food places along the way. I don't care about eating really well care about going to steakhouses. But like if i'm driving up the coast somewhere in new england or the west coast are in the gulf or something like that and like oh man you need to go to this. Like fried clam shack okay. I'm going to do that. I i am steering into the the shack lifestyle on trip in terms of food steering into the shack. Last style may also searing into the immediacy the urgency the emergency of potential bathroom break on the road. Because you just don't know what you're going to get right. The only thing is though if you go greasy as a priority. You're gonna slow down your road trip. You're going to have some issues. You may have some issues. And so for that reason and that reason only and no problem with regional food but there is something cool about the low rent nature of like. Let's stop at wa wa. Let's get a couple hoagies. let's load up. The cooler with some ice packs will stop at some place along the side of the road. One of the stops. What have you pop. Open the cooler. Eat our hoagies and we'll continue on. It's a lot quicker those cases it's a lot cheaper. It's definitely not as exciting but my only point areas a pretty quick though quick quick for to be waiting for a long time for a burger fries or something in the middle of like who knows where route sixty six or something. I'll of course. Not but my only point is if you're into the regional food thing The regional food once you get to your destination because you're not on the open road then you don't have to worry about the whole bathroom thing. Sure like just get to a place where you're okay. I'm good. I'm gonna sleep tonight. I've got accommodations nearby. That's when you take the food. What is your most common minimum three hour drive like when you go to the jersey shore. What is that drive for you in the last decade or something. Yeah i mean it's it's two two and a half okay. So do you have places that you love stopping that. You don't normally get to go because it's only on that route not really no. I mean if. I'm if i'm looking at where i've gone about three hours away. I'd say the jersey shores about two two and a half i've gone down like ocean city maryland rehoboth delaware. That's about three three and a half baltimore is about three ish from here. Don't have any sort of food traditions on any of those. Not really about three penn. State's two and a half. That's going to different different direction. So no i don't. I don't really have any food. Will you shop before will you like will you get that wa wa sub. Is that just as there are food that you look forward to like. I'm on the road. This is what i'm going to have on my person. It's all it's it's always got to be some sort hoagie for sure. Okay so you're will you eat it as you drive or just during a pit stop pitstop. Yeah okay yeah hot or cold hoagie. Go either way. I just i like it toasted. I don't care if it's cold and toast the bread. If you let it go too long it could no. It's fair. But i prefer to have the whole and the ad they give you the option of. Wow if you want the whole sandwich toasted after they after they build the sandwich right or just the bread. I always go because it melts. The cheese really gives you a different experience. The original tie the the guy mike. I hosted my college radio show with. He is from boise and then we would drive home. Which was eight or nine hours from eugene because there are two different ways one of which you go through portland one of which is more direct but you gotta go through mounds or something. He and his dad would.

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"pre" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"pre" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Red modern headphones but also i might be a soy firm from another century. Yes i'm like. Oh look you've got. Mr gourlay just found butter churns. There are plenty of butter buddy oak. That's the lovely. They've got some primary color ones. That would match your have both things go. Thanks corley would you. Would you really use a butter churn. But i probably give it a go but i like really weak arms so i feel like it would just be like armed and you have weak arm. Chicken wings for arms. I've been trying to work out during quarantine and it's not obviously you don't have your very attractive young person and you have the commensurate and strength of a young person. So no you're not. what do you mean. I have weak arms. I couldn't churn butter. People had that attitude we'd all we wouldn't exist. None of us it was. You can't have that attitude. You've got to get a butter churn you saw. Some of them are very reasonable. Yeah there's some reasonable prices there and you could get a butter churn and the next time i talk to you. I want you to be churning this massive time with massive popeye arms. Yes to match it. I like to tattoos very cool. Maybe there's some way that i can help you. Yes yet you have a question for. Yeah yeah i wanna know what's in you know. Obviously this has been just a crazy time for everyone but winston your happiest memory this year Happiest memory this year. You know what. I'm going to say that my happiest memory was during the height of covert in the winter when we all had christmas break. This isn't a funny answer. But it's an honest answer when you can't be funny just be honest. We couldn't fly and we wanted to be responsible so we took a road trip and so my wife and my two kids and i jammed into a car and we drove like for two days. I think it was a two and a half day trip and we drove. you know. we're in los angeles so we drove northeast just to get up like into the mountains and the snow and i was remembering that. I haven't done a road trip since i was. I think twenty two. And before that. When i was a kid and because everything else now has been flying. Obviously and we couldn't do that. So i loved that stopping off at gas stations buying you know beef jerky and cheese popcorn and making not of meal and drinking it with like dr pepper and all the sheikh stuff. You're supposed to eat to take care of yourself for wellness. All goes out the window in your car so you can break every rule and we had a blast. We really had a good time. And so i'm going to say it was because of this pandemic. I took a road trip that i wouldn't have otherwise taken and maybe in its own way. That was the most important journey. I took beautiful. Sorry i threw that in at the realized. I'm talking to a really good copywriter. I need a tad too. It was it was about the journey not the destination. Aerosmith quoting someone. Come on. come up. Pull out more clear. I'm just saying with each mile. I feel like we accrued more than just.

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"pre" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"pre" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"As a rabbit for walking on powder snow with leather boots surge. Protector having a lightning Having lightening strike a lightning rod near village without setting the area on fire. And is it a bird. Is it a balloon and is it a plane for looking at a parrot augusta and a dragon respectively using a spyglass some changes in one seventeen pre one include candles having been added back to the creative inventory and the recipes for crofting and dying. Candles are once again available in survival candles. Now have a different texture when lit. And we've seen a few iterations from jasper booster throughout the week on this one as well glowing text on signs now has an outer glow making the text in dark colors much more visible in the dunk and holding down the space bar. Nar increases the. Scroll speed of the end credits. You jump through the portal. A few technical changes in one seventeen pre one that i worth bringing up a full list of these changes is on the minecraft dot net blog post. But they've added an f. three and l. shortcuts to generate and persist performance metrics from in game pressing f three and l. While in the game will start a recording for ten seconds which captures metric such as tiktok rations used heap sizes and other more detailed stats pressing three and l. Before that ten second limit ends the recording early. But this will get saved to a zip file in your debug slash profiling folder and can be used for performance regression analysis if included in bug reports the exact metrics output formats and names are susceptible to change with inversions. It says their plan is to continually continue iterating on which metrics to capture. There are full list of bugs. Obviously they're focusing on bug fixes right now so. This pre release is chock full of bug fixes for recent and older features. We haven't included any of those in news this week. But you can find a full list at the minecraft dot net blog post linked in the show notes minecraft dungeons hidden depths. Dlc has been released to quote. The bob.

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Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"pre" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"It's like pre crime. They want to be able to get into the minds of these people before they do anything so they can weed them out and the real question is what are they actually looking for. Are they looking for people who secretly have a stash of nazi memorabilia and worship hitler or are they looking for a political type who they want to purge from the military and you remember when the communists took over the soviet union they gave trotsky the job of politicizing. The army turning it into the red army and the red army wasn't the army that was loyal to protecting the country. You know it was loyal to the communist party and so it makes you wonder. Is the goal really to get rid of really bad actors and bad dudes or is it to politicize and make the army and the military subservient to the democratic party into the as you would say the cultural marxists and the radical. That's the big concern. And they're still one other possibility. But what you just said is is is a logical conclusion that what's maybe be going on but you know in studying Vaccine stuff and the cdc on again off again confused the people. I just don't think they're that dumb. And i think one of their goals has been to have chaos and they certainly do at to get people all confused and and divisive and citizens and against citizen but in a way that this this producers the same the same thing they They all of a sudden start talking about this and people say we've already reacted to it. Wh- what are they doing this for you know and all of a sudden in and then then as soon as it looks like oh the they've been caught at it they really are doing it. And they're in denial it. That's turn up this This chaos and disruption. And if you're looking for things to Make an army less efficient. I would say that's a possibility. There are other things they've been doing with the military you know some of the affirmative action things that they all do. I would think this would make it worse. But maybe there's some people that think that's a very good idea and And this is a reflection will the You may remember mike german. We used to work with him. When when i was working for you on the hill he was with the aclu at the time. Really good guy. He was former fbi and he was. He was really part of this broad coalition that we had for civil liberties but he chimes in on the intercept article and he says using keywords to monitor social media isn't just an unnecessary privacy invasion. It's a flawed strategy that will ensure it's short lived so he's saying this is a really dumb bone headed move and it is but here's one of the that the intercept mentioned in the piece one of the firms. I guess it's about to get the contract to start snooping around. Called babel. street is a company. Their stock in trade is buying up bulk. Cellular location data of americans and selling it to national security agencies like the fbi and the nsa so that they can get around the problems of trying to get a warrant to spy on people so they already are. I would say a pseudo government agency gathering data and selling it to the basically getting rich off of spying on us for the government which is bad news. But here's a here's a part. Here's john curvy. He's a pentagon spokesman. He's back he was there with obama and he said this is misreporting this military times today and this the way he says he's a sleaziest slimy guy he says quote..

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"pre" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"Sean connery and the gun. Barrel iraqi jet pack a fake funeral. James bond punching a woman bonds french connection cryptic latin inscriptions. That's on a chapel wall water cannons shooting the bad guys from the aston martin db five and of course a fight. These are some of the things will examine as we look into the pre title sequence in the one thousand nine hundred sixty five james bond. Movie thunderball hi. This is dan sylvestry. Tom izzo and spy movie navigator dot com. Please join us as we're cracking the code of the pre title sequence in thunderball. So let's go. We see for the first time in the gun barrel. It's not bob. Simmons the stunt guy. It's sean connery goldfinger. It's fun and from this point on. We are actually going to see bond in the pre title sequences in the gun barrel and not a stunt man one a concept they needed to change the clip here as the aspect ratio for thunderball change from the previous movie so they couldn't reuse the clip that they had from the prior movies. One thing we haven't mentioned yet in our pre title sequence podcast series the origins of the gun barrel. We have mentioned the prato secrets in the nineteen. Thirty four million chrome passion in an earlier podcast. But we haven't yet talked about the ending to the nineteen th remove eight the great train robbery which ends with a gunman pointing the gun. View and firing. Some people think stain also influenced the golden barrel sequences that these things were around decayed and decades before bond was even written. So that's kind of cool and it actually is and then when you hear about how it was made it sound like it might have been in the back. Somebody's mind but when morris bender put that together he was just playing around and said. Hey if i shoot through this gun. Barrel i can do this. Pretty cool stuff. We had mentioned the pre tuchel secrets in the nineteen thirty four movie crummy that passion in an earlier podcast. We've seen in the first three. James bond ian production movies two circles that cross the screen and by the way. I have always thought those were the double..

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"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"Why pursuing all this is when like when push comes to shove you know quote unquote shit hits. The fan in his like irving's are not going my way and unlike very stressed out. That's when i'm like okay. I am doing this to help. Other people. And i want to stay in this so just to reflect back. I just want to ask you taking you. Back to your undergrad years. What is one activity or one thing that used to do in undergrad. That you think makes you a better physician now. And what advice would you give yourself as your undergrad self to get better prepared for this. Long journey to medicine and also question It's funny i would say joining a frat joining like the actually was probably the best thing that helped me. Because i learned how to become more social were relatable communication meeting people randomly and like put a good first impression Funny a lot of people down that stuff and you definitely get. I mean there's lots of partying and stuff. Obviously that was going on but to be quite honest like to be personable to has some agreeable witness in u And just to be more authentic and genuine and more comfortable in your own skin. When the when i went to the university so all philadelphia knew that i was in this rally. Literally all filled up all the brownie by at least right so it was known And so when you're known like that and then trying to come off authentic and stuff It can be challenging. I guess so. That was definitely one of the big things that learned. I could go back and get my younger self advice. Though ida fear of public speaking actually growing up since sixth grade. I developed a stutter Until college in still. I have a little bit of one. But i've definitely overcome that kind of fear of public speaking Tell myself lean into fierce. Goat-like it stopped me from giving speeches so that i could become secretary treasurer and climb the ladder to become like amps of president..

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"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"Into it. I'm excited right absolutely absolutely so let's get straight into it First question Starts now that you're at a point where you're a couple of months into your residency. We'd like to transport you back to a time when you were a student and this is a question that were asked all the time students but you may not have heard it in a while. So what made you want to become. A physician was your journey leading to medicine. And what made you ultimately consider the field of psychiatry Wow okay so. That's interesting right so i don't think anyone truly knows that they wanna do medicine until they're actually resident and and you know you're doing it live action and he starts your patience and he say why. Am i going through these hours. Why am i seeing these paid like. Why am i seeing these patients. That i don't know anything about and then you start to like start reflecting bechtol wide. I write that personal statement that made no sense Let me take you back to third grade class. I hadn't third grade listed like ten questions. Third question downs. At what do you want to be when you grow up and right off the bat like half a second. I said near neurosurgeon then you. The eighty came before the you and i was like. Wow so smart. Like i'm gonna do this So like as brown child growing up. I was like i want to be near surgeon So that's what. I thought i really wanted to do. You know come. From brown parents unexpectedly. My dad was like why don't you something in the sciences. Like this is what we always do right. Is it like what are people. Tend to have an mind like something else. I was like no like. I'm really good at math. Really good at science love that whole sherlock holmes like deductive reasoning kind of thing so stay with it You know did well in high school went to the university was enrolled in..

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"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"You know trying to as you said like try to repair or make them better. But when you are interacting with the patients you know all this about their medical history and what nbc their future in sometimes it's inevitably death which is very sad to say but do you stay in the present actively. Listen with a patient when you know all these things that are going on. I mean i think i don't think that's a real issue anymore. I do understand where you're coming from. And i think that could be a perspective when your medical premed or even a medical student when you're signed to learn these things and you know you're you're looking at a person where Just like you said you can foreshadow what ninety percent of that outcome is but You know listening to people in the clinic the bedside. It's no different than than talking right now. I mean there's Staying in the moment is staying in the moment regardless and You know. I think that it doesn't change whether i look at skin. And i know that they have a in or incurable brain tumor versus. I look at a scam. And they have something uncompleted. Nine right Every person's experience with disease and Sickness is going to be completely different and listening to them is in a way honoring their their experience so regardless of what. I know it's always important to give people time to express what they know and what they're experiencing so it absolutely doesn't change regardless of what i see or would i think and predict could likely happen either way so dr fan. I just wanted to ask real quick I don't know a lot of new surgeons. But and i don't know if this is true for holding your surgeons but as far as i can tell you know the neurosurgeons i've encountered Through my readings through books and whatnot have very philosophical. Tendencies and a step above. Are able to articulate these thoughts very well for example. Dr paul cowan easy. He wrote a beautiful book when breath becomes air And even yourself with your journal post on instagram other. Very moving and they're very deep. So how do you think this trade ties into your life as a neurosurgeon. You know a position where you can explore what life is at the doorstep of death. and and furthermore. How's this experience of exploring. You know life and death in that barrier in between has been for you like have you reached any conclusions any.

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"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"I mentioned before we were looking at it this one time for for a long time and we're just talking about it and we were like wow like. This makes me want to be a neurosurgeon. I never even considered the field before my god but because it's just that apparent how much it means to you. But i was wondering as much as you love the field. What's what's one most difficult part about being in your surgery and has it ever made you doubt your career choice or fuel choice. I mean i would say that the most difficult part are the the tragedy right in by by tragedies all a little bit more specific you know when when people talk about neurosurgery sometimes it encompasses things like You know bad outcomes or you know people don't get well End that's all true. Right these quote unquote tragedies as a neurosurgeon. You see them face to face right so you see and you're talking with the mom who's twenty two year. Old son is paralyzed from the neck. Down right twenty two ride. That means i'm sorry he. He can't become anything and everything he wanted to be. He can't live alone can be with his friends You know you're talking with the daughter who's who's bomb you know. Suffered a stroke and she. She's dying and so even though they just had dinner last night Their entire lives are changed the next morning because she never woke up and i have to tell them that is one of those things where she's going to get better. This is permanent where it Your your mom for lack of a better way to save is is going to die You know these are the things that are are still hard It's i think a quicker to process but nevertheless in my view in a good neurosurgeon is helping to shepherd these people through the tragedies as best as possible and being a part of it in a way so that they're they feel alone even amongst you know a number of family that that are there but at least this way there's a bridge between their loved one whom they've known for years and years And someone in the hospital who Is a little bit of a guide in some way right I've never questioned the desire to be a part of that. You know even even in the worst parts of neurosurgery however and i did share this on on one or two posts Buried in.

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Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"Surgeons and other specialists can understand how to do it or your experience. So that they don't either make the same mistakes or so that they can help people in different parts of the country. That's what we is right and so at. Usc research was not required. But it was something that i think was encouraged. and something. That was fostered if you had that desire. Not everyone who out of usc became a researcher. Right there's some people who didn't even go into university practice and that's perfectly fine Into the type of practice you go into a very personal decision based off of your goals in life and where you are In terms of what you wanna do but it definitely fostered it. You know and the very reason why. I'm an academic center. Now is because i still have that desire. I personally for me Being neurosurgery is more than there's something greater than just doing surgery one after another in people that i want to help certainly. I'm very happy to help them in. I'm changing lives. And it's a very special thing but for me there's something greater than that and by greater. I mean there's something bigger. There's a bigger picture and whether that's by Passing along my knowledge and techniques to the surgical residents here so they can become better. Whether it's you know as you've seen i'm sure on some of the things i post The description of a newer techniques surgery and newer technologies to make surgery. Better and safer bad is what research is about for me. And i'm something that i something gain residency that i still carry to me now as he gets see. That's perfect on. So i'm just going to like hurricane back to your the background research that we did and going back to the surviving medicine. Podcast that you did in two thousand eighteen There was this one part of the podcast where you were basically describing your life as a resident and it was like oh like one day i am a resident and the other day i am intending like it was just a very good transition and i believe like your program really really nailed that through and help you transition well so i just wanted to know that. How did your life as a resident compared to what you're doing now as a Attending yeah so in inertia residency It is very busy. The whole purpose of nurse which residency is to train to be a neurosurgeon right. So on the one side there are certainly weeks and months where you will be working you know at at the quote unquote maximum. Believe eight hours a week. Which is when you think about it. Two full jobs right. So there's certain periods of time were. You will be working that hard you'll wake up at four thirty or five thirty to get to the hospital. Zeal the patients. You'll be doing surgery all day. You'll stay to finish the surgery because it's it's not shift work right so Just because it's six. Pm doesn't mean that the person whose hands you were in doesn't still need care right And so there's certain periods of time will be working hard. There are other periods of time words lighter. And when i was at usc there was an entire. You know six months where. I came to work at nine and left at two or and every weekend almost every weekend off. So it's not all the time but i i would be lying to you if i said that it. It wasn't hard and on the one hand. It is very hard but on the other hand. If you had to go see neurosurgeon to operate on your brain or spine or takeout tumor or clipping aneurysm. Or you know. Have their fingers in in your neural tissue. In a way..

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Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"Are not life or death or maybe are not as acute or mere not as long right. But i'll say that all residency is hard I can speak specifically to neurosurgery residency though and it would be similar to see bootcam- or a military training or training to become a navy. Seal right i i hear. It's very very hard But it is a necessary part to train you to become what the end product is Nursery residency. it is hard it is long. There are days and weeks where things are difficult both physically or emotionally or personally whether that's because you have to deal with things in your own life because life still goes on or because a patient is worse because of you right because of what you did or didn't do because of what you didn't know and should know it can also be hard because of who your instructors are right. Instructors in neurosurgery are also just people. And i would like to think that every university in the country who has a training program is filled with good and kind and patient neurosurgeons. But that's unfortunately not the case. So nurse surgery is hard in and of itself it can be harder if your instructors and mentors are not invested and kind right. Unfortunately that's not the case across the country So you know the tears that you here. I think are true to some extent. I would like to think that they're also much less common. When you take the opportunity You know in in the nation again. I was very fortunate enough having trained usc to have phenomenal mentors. And instructors. and. I think the majority of places across the country are very very similar. In terms of research research is certainly encouraged in nursery Like medical school residency is by definition at an academic place and condemning place By its mission is to try to further the field right so in neurosurgery. And it'll depend on the place you go to. Some places are more have higher expectations with regards to research. In by research it can be anything from lab surge Engineering research bench research. It can be clinical research right describing techniques In surgery or describing your patient outcomes the idea again. This was impressed upon me. When i was at usc. The ideas to give back. So in in undergrad in med school you give back by reaching to the people behind you and mentoring them and tell them about your path in neurosurgery and medical fields giving back is by telling the world what you were doing so that other.

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Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"Definitely each student's journey to medicine to med school to anywhere beyond definitely their own but just to all students listening. Who might be considering neurosurgery but are swayed away. By the sheer length of the field residency. What would you tell them to make their decision. Be at four or against the field. A bit. Easier and maybe. What was your journey to choosing neurosurgery surgery as a medical student. I mean i think it's a very important one important consideration The first thing that when people are interested in surgery whether they're interested as a as a premed or or as in medical school. I'm the first thing to consider. Is the time right. And in brief right. It's four years. Undergrad plus minus gap years or years of medical school plus minus a year. To take your off if you a phd. that's four additional years. It seven years of residency. And then you practice right so the earliest you'll you'll become a an independent. Neurosurgeon is in your thirties. Now that being said you know the thing that i say is at the time passes by right Whether you become something else whether you're in another career you know look at what your friends are doing. Who are not in medicine right they. They're still living their lives and time passes so if you really want to become a neurosurgeon the time that's passing is all part of that training right unlike say high school where you have to quote unquote go through four years to get into college and to finish line for neurosurgery every single one of those years whether it's in medical school residency. It's money in the bank for you to become a neurosurgeon right. It's not that when do you graduate and you're neurosurgeon with a capital n. I'm a neurosurgeon today. Because of seven years and ten years and twelve years of all of my not just neurosurgical training but my medical training in medical school. So i would say that. Don't let the time to deter you. The people who go into neurosurgery Naturally are self selected and typically. They're people who have decided there's nothing else that the imagine doing and that typically is is also what it takes as well because for me. If there's nothing else that i can imagine myself doing which is what the case was. I mean there's no other choice right. it's either go through the path or do something else and for me. Doing something else wasn't an option so You know to become president. United states you have to go into politics become a senator do whatever it is in all of it is a journey to get there Becoming our surgeon is no different in that. Analogy i see. That's that's very important to understand that We need to understand that. The journey to medicine is very long and while it might be like us for some people it might be like you know like a assigned type of moment like man. I i have to spend all this time like residency. When am going to become a doctor. What am i getting married and stuff like that like those are like other stuff that you think about but honestly for me. It's just you. it's thank god it's that long like.

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Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"pre" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"So when you think of how much you have to learn now that's going to be about four times material all in medicine right so instead of polly sty and bio and historical studies. it's now all anatomy physiology of the human body. So i think being able to organize yourself and at least understand how you A similar material as always going to be key and something that i picked up essentially from undergrad. And see i see. That's perfect on dr fan. We wouldn't be like you know Bring on hold on bring on our guests are we just saw. Do like a thorough background search. And everything like that to know more about you and I believe one of the podcast. You did. I think it was like day on it was like life and death And talking to a neurosurgeon and in that podcast you mentioned how different your undergrad career was essentially with in regards to medicine and If you'd like to expand more on that. And i just wanted to ask you that. A lot of people will look at your undergrad rear end. Say that oh that's that's actually very different out you respond to that. You definitely did do your research. I i believe the podcast referring to his surviving. This and back in two thousand eighteen. I think was the very first one I did with frank. Mono i think and And that's true so You know what you're referring to as an undergrad. You know i knew that i wanted to be. I knew i wanted to go to medical school. So your listeners. Who aren't familiar. I wanted to go to medical school when i was in undergrad. But i didn't know the pack my My mother never graduated college. So i came from a single parent home There's my family who's a physician. And i was fairly oblivious to things you know i i made it to college. It seemed grade But i sort of use that opportunity to find myself like most people do in college. I pursued a lot of hobbies. I i played pool. I you know. I had a an ebay business time. I i bought my own car..

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