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"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"Let's pivot now. The governor of new teen peatland. I want to start with the good one so go to number five. This is hateful. Huckle governor hateful to inform you that all of a sudden we all got religion and the corona doomed vaccine has been handed down to us. From all my g-go himself. I prayed a lot to god during this time. And you know what. God did. Answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women. The scientists that doctors the researchers. He made then come up with a vaccine. That is from god us and we must say thank you god thank you and i wear my vaccinated necklace all the time to say i'm vaccinated all of you. Yes i know you're vaccinated. You're the smart ones. But you know there's people out there who what god wants you know this. You know who they are. I need you to be my apostles. I needed to go out and talk about it and say we owe this to each other. We love each other. Jesus taught us to love one another. And how do you show that love to care about each other. Please get vaccinated. Because i love you. I want you to live. I want our kids to be safe when they're in schools. I want you to be safe when you go to a doctor's office or to a hospital and are treated by somebody you don't want to get the virus from them. You're already sick or you wouldn't be there. We have to solve this my friends. I need every one of you. I need you to let them know that this is how we can get to fight this pandemic come back to normal and then start talking about the real issues that we have to fighting systemic racial injustice which exists to make it stop a year has been used to be the healthcare workers were hey rose wearing capes saving us from cova death now. They're the ones infecting us. Yeah one year ago they were making tip tick duck videos ones. That weren't making doug videos. Were showing up as to shoot. I'm put on your your man. You got the i should up guy at the american thinker said martin quintas. I'm an anti baxter. And i caught the corona doom. If i catch cova there is zero chance. I will die. So i told my father a few weeks ago. While discussing never any government restrictions in my unwillingness to take the experimental corona doom vaccine and earlier. This month i caught the trendy virus secretly. I had some angst that somehow karma would hit me and semi that hospital mostly dreading the i told you so scolding of the vaccine bullies but just as i suspected my sickness was easily managed and the symptoms were those of a mild moderate flu. Now this guy's story is interesting to read note. He did not go to a hospital and get they run. Death is near you get shot up with the run. Death is near. You're going to die if you got to of a lung or to filled with water pneumonia and they shoot you up with rum. Debt run death is near. What is it that helps process that water and put it into your urine. Your kidney run death is near is gonna shut your kidney down. You're not going to be able to get rid of it. That guy that called yesterday. Kenny and florida. The only reason that old man that beautiful lovely old man. I should call him all Wonderful man at called his show yesterday the reason he survived as goes that doctor. The one who said that was of indian descent did not read the corona doom protocol. He gave him lasix to flush his kidneys out because he knew that the run death is near had poisoned his kidneys shut them or he was on the point of renal failure which will then lead to heart. Failure like happened to shannon. And you go. Do we have enough time to play. Queue up digital media number four real quick one more from governor i appoint you an apostle. My default position is to ask people. Please do this. This is why it's been proven to be saved the vaccines out there. A long time now. There are not legitimate religious exemptions because the leaders of all the organized religions have said. There's no legitimate reason. We're gonna win that in court in a matter of days and so this is so unnecessary and i just want to appeal to the individuals to know that your coworkers to do this. Don't make the burden heavier on them as well. You know what my co workers want me to do it. They can go blank themselves. They may also want me to stop wearing my santa custom metal around them. They may want me to stop wearing my scapula or they may want me to stop saying. Hey i got some holy water. My pocket wanna shot a is possessed. There's something seriously wrong with her. I'm not being facetious. I'm here there's something wrong with her. And she just happened to be laying around just waiting for cuomo waddell to take to the exits to pave the way for someone. That's even more dramatically charged. Then he was. She's now proclaiming herself. An apostle of god to instruct people to go take a substance injected into their body that is responsible directly now for at least fifth thirteen thousand deaths. Seven hundred and some odd thousand adverse reactions. Folks that's this is the work of even abel's always you hear a smiling love you. I do other set of love. This is the fakest form of love theirs by the by. I'm gonna quit on this. Because i'm a little over time as reading the last issue. Joseph pierces saint. Austin review is all dedicated to dante. Not the gary and The divine comedy one of the guys that has essay in it wrote something about it about a point that dante stealthily makes but he does make it throughout the inferno. And i'm reading this going like you know what i read that inferno Another time or two. And i would not have gotten there from that. You know what he says he says. That dante is subtly making the point that the demons are doing to the souls in hell which are never getting out what needs to be done to them out of love..

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"peatland" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"peatland" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Let's pivot now. The governor of new teen peatland. I wanna start with the good one so go to number five. This is hateful. Huckle governor hateful to inform you that all of a sudden. We all got religion and the corona dune vaccine. It's been handed down to us from all magic himself. I prayed a lot to god during this time. And you know what. God did. Answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women. The scientists that doctors the researchers. He made then come up with a vaccine. That is from god us and we must say thank you god thank you and i wear my vaccinated necklace all the time to say i'm vaccinated all of you. Yes i know you're vaccinated. You're the smart ones. But you know there's people out there who what god wants you know this. You know who they are. I need you to be my apostles. I needed to go out and talk about it and say we owe this to each other. We love each other. Jesus taught us to love one another. And how do you show that love to care about each other. Please get vaccinated. Because i love you. I want you to live. I want our kids to be safe when they're in schools. I want you to be safe when you go to a doctor's office or to a hospital and are treated by somebody you don't want to get the virus from them. You're already sick or you wouldn't be there. We have to solve this my friends. I need every one of you. I need you to let them know that this is how we can get to fight this pandemic come back to normal and then start talking about the real issues that we have to fighting. Systemic racial injustice which exists to stop a year has been used to be the healthcare workers. Were hey rose wearing capes saving us from cova death now. They're the ones infecting us. Yeah one year ago they were making tip tick duck videos ones. That weren't making tick doug. Videos were showing up as to shoot. I'm put on your your man. You got the i should up guy at the american thinker said martin quintas. I'm anti faxer. And i caught the corona doom. If i catch cova there is zero chance. I will die. So i told my father a few weeks ago. While discussing never any government restrictions in my unwillingness to take the experimental corona doom vaccine and earlier. This month i caught the trendy virus secretly. I had some angst and somehow karma would hit me and semi that hospital mostly dreading the i told you so scolding of the vaccine bullies but just as i suspected my sickness was easily managed and the symptoms were those of a mild moderate flu now. This guy's story is interesting to read. Note he did not go to a hospital and get they run. Death is near you get shot up with the run. Death is near. You're going to die if you got to up of a lung or to filled with water pneumonia and they shoot you up with rum. Debt run death is near. What is it that helps process that water and put it into your urine. Your kidney run death is near is gonna shut your kidney down. You're not going to be able to get rid of it. That guy that called yesterday. Kenny and florida. The only reason that old man that beautiful lovely old man. I should call him all Wonderful man at called his show yesterday the reason he survived as goes that doctor. The one who said that was of indian descent did not read the corona doom protocol. He gave him lasix to flushes kidneys out because he knew that the run death is near had poisoned his kidneys shut in or they were he was on the point of renal failure which will then lead to heart. Failure like happened to shannon. And you go. Do we have enough time to play. Queue up digital media number four real quick one more from governor i appoint you an apostle. My default position is to ask people. Please do this. This is why it's been proven to be saved the vaccines out there. A long time now. There are not legitimate religious exemptions because the leaders of all the organized religions have said. There's no legitimate reason. We're going to win that in court in a matter of days and so this is so unnecessary and i just want to appeal to the individuals to know that you know your coworkers want you to do this. Don't make the burden heavier on them as well. You know what my co workers want me to do it. They can go blank themselves. They may also want me to stop wearing my santa custom metal around them. They may want me to stop wearing my scapula or they may want me to stop saying. Hey i got some holy water. My pocket wanna shot a is possessed. There's something seriously wrong with her. I'm not being facetious. I'm mean there's something wrong with her and she just happened to be laying around just waiting for cuomo waddell to take to the exits to pave the way for someone. That's even more dramatically charged. Then he was. She's now proclaiming herself. An apostle of god to instruct people to go take substance injected inner body that is responsible directly now for at least fifth thirteen thousand deaths seven hundred and some odd thousand adverse reactions folks. That's this is the work of even abel's always you hear a smiling love you. I do other set of love. This is the fakest form of love theirs by the by. I'm gonna quit on this. Because i'm a little over time as reading. The last issue of joseph pierces saint austin review is all dedicated to dante. Not the gary and The divine comedy one of the guys that has essay in it wrote something about it about a point that dante stealthily makes but he does make it throughout the inferno. And i'm reading this to going like you know what i could read that inferno Another time or two. And i would not have gotten there from that. You know what he says he says. That dante is subtly making the point that the demons are doing to the souls in hell which are never getting out what needs to be done to them out of love..

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"peatland" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"peatland" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Day of my life to babysit. It was so beautiful the announcement it was really beautiful. And i'm really excited for her. And you know it's so interesting. I know clear blue. Easy is kicking themselves. Ask right now. She's not giving away free. Promo but what i also loved about it as you know she probably would have. Do you think if there wasn't rumors to the point where like peatland had said something. She would've come out with this. I truly believe that she had hit the first pregnancy and it was so isolating and she talked about how lonely. She's about and how afraid she wants to go outside so i don't think that she would do it again. She's not a nineteen year old girl. Right this is not her first time getting pregnant. She knows that the world is going to accept it and her unconventional relationship with travis. Scott so i think she was waiting for the perfect time. I just don't think that she would hit it. The whole time and with the met gala. Come and do you think she wants to do it before they're going. I can't get a read on. Who's actually going to this gal. She's going to show up to this. I bet you she was supposed mcgowan carpet and because caitlyn messed up and trips as she always does okay. Early also gonna be so excited. We've never actually gotten any sort of footage or any real content of highly pregnant so this is gonna be like a whole new world for her. Yeah no it will be it totally will be you know what's so interesting to me. Is the girls who are into the bodies and faces and the glamour and all of those things sometimes. They don't really embrace pregnancy. Like you think they will. I mean it's a huge changed your body and things happen so you know you gotta go with go with the flow but you know what by the way when you make that. You don't need a wedding that i mean you know. I don't know if they're going to get married for a while. They're doing things their babies we might as we're gonna get married. i punctured. Not every i don't wanna get married. Everybody you have a baby. You better get babies like that. Go in and get married. Yeah she's the auntie. Who like i make you proud of got married. Yes you did. that's me. I'd like to see families. Go ahead get married. Be a good example for your daughter. I don't know if this is a girl in that but could marriage changes men. It's a thing don't get into you if it's not broke. Don't fix it. Think a lot of times when you put that ring on a man's finger that pressure gets to them. She's looking at her relationship with this man. She saying we are friends. We are good co parents. We bump uglies. You don't feel pressure. I'm gonna keep it the way. It is out of how many people look up to her. How that would be a really good story because we need to have more families if you're going to have babies by the same man going ahead and marry him. I'm gonna keep on saying well on a family. Looks different to me than it does to you. I don't need a married man as long as he's coming home every night. You know maybe the right now. We have some babies. I will tell you to get married. Especially if it's about the same baby you need to go and get married. I will probably say the same thing myself reconfirm another pregnancy rumor. Olivia minds should be getting married to her. Man john malone wayne immed- okay. Go ahead john. The news to set meyers last night. Take a look at this. I met her actually for the first time in life at your wedding. Yes to alexi your wife yeah. It is very very lucky thing to have met this woman. And you have like you've dealt with me. You knew me before. I was on a lot of drugs. John knew me while i was on drugs. Did not know me immediately. After stopping drugs to ben a challenging time and she's kind of held my hand through that hell and we're having a baby together -gratulations nervous when i was about to say the news all right. Let me break this down for you guys. John and olivia have only been together since the spring. Maybe and this is a tiny bit controversial since he just announced his separation little wife in may and officially filed for divorce in july. A liberal looks like she will into having one of those lifetime babies that come out driving a car. You know what. I mean you it lifetime when they pulled the baby out the baby's okay. Where's the burgers. You want to know the craziest thing is that you sent this to me. What three days ago. A photo of her. And you're pregnant. I'm like this. He doesn't talking about but outlets can't run with pregnancy stories. Unless unless it's confirmed because of body shaming issues allows cared. Yeah and i think it is a personal thing you know. I do believe. And i'm going to point this out in a hate to poop on anybody's parade but i have heard from people who have been in the program and maybe they were just used it as an excuse to not date me. But i've always heard that you shouldn't get in a relationship in your first year of sobriety right so having a baby being in a new relationship ending another relationship it just seems like a lot for this man right and i think that it's possible she could have been a good influence on hand but also you know who else is pregnant..

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Kylie Jenner Confirms She's Expecting Baby No. 2

Daily Pop

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Kylie Jenner Confirms She's Expecting Baby No. 2

"So. The rumors are true. Kylie just confirmed. She's pregnant with baby number. Two she announced it with another sweep video. Kind of like how she told the world. She was pregnant with stormy but this time she didn't wait until the baby was already want. That's how she told her famous fan gene away. Ooh every time. I just loved that. Chris acts like she doesn't have ten of the grandkids kids. She's like day of my life to babysit. It was so beautiful the announcement it was really beautiful. And i'm really excited for her. And you know it's so interesting. I know clear blue. Easy is kicking themselves. Ask right now. She's not giving away free. Promo but what i also loved about it as you know she probably would have. Do you think if there wasn't rumors to the point where like peatland had said something. She would've come out with this. I truly believe that she had hit the first pregnancy and it was so isolating and she talked about how lonely. She's about and how afraid she wants to go outside so i don't think that she would do it again. She's not a nineteen year old girl. Right this is not her first time getting pregnant. She knows that the world is going to accept it and her unconventional relationship with travis. Scott so i think she was waiting for the perfect time. I just don't think that she would hit it. The whole time and with the met gala. Come and do you think she wants to do it before they're going. I can't get a read on. Who's actually going to this gal.

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"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"There's evidence out there plenty of it that it happened in every county in the united states that had dominion vo The corporate dominion corporation voting machine hardware and software that it happened in every county in the united states. Four and a half five percent depending on which county humor in is how the algorithm ram But trump waded into this and when he starts talking about the fraud. This isn't the guys reading from teleprompters. Maggie halberstam The new t knock peatland tiny. He a reading room. And everybody's christmas then ruin my christmas. It's a matter of fact. I went out to a magnificent dinner with the simpsons was perfectly happy and content. I was going like yeah. That was exactly. And i didn't even know. I only knew about the veto threat. I didn't even know that he did the election. So that brings us to okay. So today is december the twenty third. You all know that the date certain magic date is january the six so when i play the trump clip about the election. You'll hear him. Say that. The american people and the people that the majority of people you know that he actually went all this is done and the for the the the fraud and stuffed ballot votes or actually removed from the tallis. I believe that the numbers are gonna show that trump actually beat biden in the popular vote to which remember member the two thousand sixteen because he didn't win the popular vote nation if put them together. game hillary and the democrats in. I'm not saying it's russians but it's russians gave the russia russia russia and he stole election. He stole this. I actually one. Hillary ran around and shrieked like a banshee and is still running around shrieking like a banshee. That she won hated win proper. Well you know. That's not how we win. Elections for the united states. Mitt is clinton..

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Zombie fires a growing risk in the warming Arctic

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Zombie fires a growing risk in the warming Arctic

"During warm month's wildfires can burn across the Arctic. When fall arrived cooler wetter weather usually helps extinguish the fires. But some only appear to be gone despite the blanket winter snow the reemergence spring returning to life. Like. Themis. Jessica McCarty is director of the Geospatial Analysis Research Center at Miami University in Ohio she says Zombie, fire can occur when wildfire Burns peatlands areas that are covered with carbon rich layer of dead plants. The fire gets so hot that it burrows down into the Pete and moves underground even after the surface fire is extinguished so that when Spring Melt occurs, it dries out the soil above it and allows the fire to reemerge on the surface. She says, Zombie fires are a growing risk as the climate warms. Permafrost, thaws as more Arctic peatland dries out they'll just be more fuel for them to burn said the likelihood of them doesn't crease for that reason. These fires are hard to find monitor in the Arctic. Because of harsh winter weather so like their namesake Zombie fires are difficult to kill.

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"peatland" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"Working task is to evaluate develop and promote the quality of ecological restoration management of natural and semi natural habitats and their impact on society. If produced a series of guidebooks available on the mets Alexis website. And I've also include them in my show notes that you can refer to so we'll be talking about wetlands in this episode so let's go a little further in depth not all wellens have conditions that allow for the accumulation of peat but bogs and Fens do so p is organic matter the dead remains of plants as deposited underwater so conditions. And it's the result of incomplete decomposition accumulation of the P. occurs because the rate of organic matter production is more than the rate of decomposition due to the soil being waterlogged so bogs received water nutrients only from atmospheric precipitation rainfall so this boggs are only found in areas with abundant rainfall fans which is another term you hear a lot received significant water nutrients from ground sources in California the Summer Dry. Climate makes impossible for bogs the form however groundwater fed fens are widespread in the mountains of the Sierra Nevada coast range in southern cascades so because fans are predominantly groundwater fed water chemistry of fen habitat is largely determined by the bedrock so Grenada Rock. It produces low. Ph waters limestone and volcanic rocks produce water with higher Ph and glaciated areas. Maybe blanketed by till and alluvial or other deposits and those all have influence on water flow paths and chemistry so peatland habitats in Finland encompassed. Both fens and bogs finished. Peatlands are putting the seven main categories based on vegetation classification so those includes spruce Myers nutrient rich spruce. Meyer's spruce birch fans rich spruce birch fans pine Myers and bogs pine fans and rich Hind fans. So we're going to be hearing from Thomas Plan so with the Metropolitan Parks Wildlife Finland and it's the state agency responsible for management of these conservation areas in Finland. And Right. Before we do that. I JUST WANNA go over a couple of logistics so soon we'll be releasing a new podcast called grasp the story of everywhere and that's all about how grass effects society culture and the world..

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Chis Shelton, Social Science Blind Spot Regarding Cults?

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

09:11 min | 2 years ago

Chis Shelton, Social Science Blind Spot Regarding Cults?

"Welcome to skeptical where we explore. Controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers thinkers and their critics. I'm your host. Alex occurs and as you may recall a couple of episodes back I had an interview with Ohio State. Comparative Religions Professor Doctor Shoe Urban and what I found particularly interesting in that interview is the rather strange way in my opinion that many academics deal with cults like scientology or is they sometimes like to refer to them new religions like scientology and as I explained in that episode. And as we'll talk about today I found that particularly strange in the case of scientology because as we explored in that interview we have direct provable links between Scientology and occult practices number one but also with CIA dabbling with extended consciousness with programs like M. K. Ultra MK often and even stargate. Which we've talked about a lot on this show so after the interview one of the things. I wanted to do was unpack. Both parts of that with someone who's actually experienced the reality of scientology and that led me to today's guests. Chris Shelton someone who at a very young age was indoctrinated into scientology through his parents. You know sometimes I think we forget how long scientologists been around. You know kind of multi generational so imagine as a very young kid. You know instead of going to Sunday's clear God to scientology you'd like somebody corralled you in off the streets of L. A. And took you into some hokey experiment. Like we always say this. Is Your parents go in there? And Say Hey. Maybe this is the way to go so Chris has gone on to create a very successful youtube channel. And a podcast called sensibly speaking where you regularly interviews experts on Cults Mind Control and other related topics that are important to people who found themselves in this rather unfortunate situation so Chris Welcome. Thank you very much for joining me. Welcome to skeptical. Thank you thanks for having me on so as I was pulling together that intro. I had in the back of my mind that you know there might be some places where you don't exactly agree with me and that's totally fine. You do kind of come from this critical thinker code word for atheist skeptic yet critical thinker. Ya. Yeah kind of tied to have a little thing about that. I just say that because I've dealt with so many blockade close-minded atheist who kind of we've this flag of critical thinking. Oh Gee like everyone else is ungrammatical your critical or does it. Everyone claim to be a critical thinker. I think they do. I think there's peatland scientology you know they'll give you real scientific explanation for what they did. But I don't WanNa get to kind of far afield here because I do want to serve that purpose of you were nice enough to look at the Hugh Urban interview you share. It can only get through about half of it. Alex does it got pretty hard and I understand that but I want to get to the big picture stuff of your bio in just back to you. Know what do you think when you hear an academic like that talking about these new religions like scientology? Yeah exactly they they specifically refer to them there was coined term new religious movement or NRM's and this is something that has been circulating in academic circles or the academic world for at least a decade. Now and this. I can't remember the name of the person who's brainchild that was but the the problem with describing high control authoritarian groups what people call cults destructive cults specifically. I've gone into great detail about that. In my channel is that it ignores the abusive aspect of these groups and the academics tend to shy away from in all the literature that I can find And I've read pretty extensively of it. In fact I even did an entire video series breaking down. A book called Scientology which was written entirely by academics. Who all come at it. From the viewpoint of scientology being a new religious movement that deserves religious freedom in recognition and analysis from a at a professional level. But who then proceed to merely regurgitate Scientology's promotional materials in their academic studies in papers. And this is what I take them to task for. Because if you're GONNA objectively look at a new religious movement call it a new religious movement then you better be able to back that with some evidence. 'cause we're talking studies now we're talking actual papers that are written by academics for academics. In the world of academia these are not popular works. These are not printed for the public at large so these are people who live in the world of having to publish or perish. Well it appears. Hold on kind of cut touch on a couple of different things that we need to pull apart. One is the the abuse you know? We need to talk about that. Can I back you up just a minute in? Have you talk about your bio just to agree off your so that people understand you know like I said I mean you're Kinda raise into this scientology thing? Of course. Sorry I just watched right into that but yes? I am a former scientologist of an years professionally. I worked for the Organization for twenty five of those years. I was raised in scientology before that. Was I count my scientology time? From the point that I was fifteen. I was actually raised with my parents got involved when I was four years old so I don't have a living memory outside of scientology I mean I you know I. I remember a couple of things before I was forty years old. But for the most part scientology's always been there. The concepts have always been there. The terminology of which there is a great deal has always been there. I was raised with these ideas so it was really not a whole lot different. My experience from I think being raised in any kind of what I would say is a strongly religious family. I it's not. Scientology is not a casual thing. My parents worked for the organization. They were deeply involved with it up until the late eighties. Bhagat out the nineties. I was then all in so then. I was the scientologist in the family. And they were. They had kind of both gone now but they drifted away and I stayed at and by this point I was in my twenties. I worked for the organization in Santa Barbara and then I moved down to Los Angeles and I joined. What's called the Sea Organ? See Organization when I was twenty five years old in nineteen ninety five and I moved down to Los Angeles and I worked for the Organization for seventeen years finally got out in two thousand the end of two thousand twelve and it was a year later after getting full exposure to the Internet uncensored which in the world of scientology and sea org the Internet is censored in the same way it censored in China. It's filtered you. You simply cannot access certain information and so I. There was a ton of information about scientology that I never had access to so when I left in two thousand twelve when I left the C. We're goes eight. I was still a believer in scientology within a year of being exposed. To all of the truth about scientology. And L Ron Hubbard. I was out and I was so out that I started speaking out publicly against it because I was so outraged about what I learned that the church labeled an enemy. I am now declared a suppressive person by the church scientology which means I'm not to be talked to or connected to or or in any way a correspondent with by scientologists. They completely shut me out of their life. I've lost friends. I lost people. I've known for over twenty years overnight because the Church said I'm an enemy. You can't talk to me more. And they all comply.

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"peatland" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"My friends that are in Dusan Louisiana and Lafayette. Those of you listening in Lake Charles in rouge better known and Alexandria and Shreveport and all parts in between one does one death and the that guy wasn't even from Louisiana Mississippi. He got sick and picky. Unit was no hospital nearby so we drove to slide alley drought Louisiana to die. He was also in his seventies governor Edwards there is no mathematical or public health justification for you to continue for you to to radically continue this order. It needs to end by the by. It was eighty six degrees yesterday on the North Shore. Here it was eighty eight in New Orleans. That means that's weather that flu viruses don't like that's whether the causes people to go outside. Get Dough dote loads and loads of vitamin D batch. Whether they can bring about an end to flu season now. This is what you need to know about this. I'm trying to give you info here not propaganda all of these quarantines in these shut ins. All this is doing is delaying it this is. This is a delay tactic. This solves nothing other than Oh yeah well. They passed in June. We were allowed to leave. Our houses enjoy June July August and September. Bub because come October when it comes back and they get five cases the dead people and not knock peatland and Governor. Cuomo starts declaring a lockdown again. The whole damn thing gets shutdown Nazi Pelosi pulls the trigger on worst. Let me tell you something. There's something in there is going to be something in that bill..

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"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"My friends that are in. Dusan Louisiana and Lafayette. Those of you listening in Lake Charles in rouge better known and Alexandria and Shreveport and all parts in between one does one death and the that guy wasn't even from Louisiana Mississippi. He got sick and picky. Unit was no hospital nearby so we drove to slide alley drought Louisiana to die. He was also in his seventies governor Edwards there is no mathematical or public health justification for you to continue for you to to radically continue this order. It needs to end by the by. It was eighty six degrees yesterday on the North Shore. Here it was eighty eight in New Orleans. That means that's weather that flu viruses don't like that's whether the causes people to go outside. Get Dough dote loads and loads of vitamin D batch. Whether they can bring about an end to flu season now. This is what you need to know about this. I'm trying to give you info here not propaganda all of these quarantines in these shut ins. All this is doing is delaying it this is. This is a delay tactic. This solves nothing other than Oh yeah well. They passed in June. We were allowed to leave. Our houses enjoy June July August and September. Bub because come October when it comes back and they get five cases the dead people and not knock peatland and Governor. Cuomo starts declaring a lockdown again. The whole damn thing gets shutdown Nazi Pelosi pulls the trigger on worst. Let me tell you something. There's something in there is going to be something in that bill..

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"peatland" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"Stop. Dot Com Audrey necessity. You think as well with the things that the military deal with an emergency serves. There's gotta be a bit of that to take the edge off that dark humor. You've got to be that because if you lose it you know I always remember being told and I always listen to that. You know news if you're not laughing at you about it and if you bought it up there's a lot of people that still ball things up because of this. The fair of you know being marked as having a weakness. I think if you just talk about it. Everyone's go issues everyone and you just talk about it. Get rid of it. Move on and it's easy to say but I think there's that like you said in the military now especially with the with the Infantry. It's called heart few infantry units and you say and as you know there's rivalries in between is now you know inside the regiments but a lot from what you're saying their hyperbole. They're making the right changes. You've got to be quite careful because we need to be an aggressive fighting force and you can't be too far one way or the other. Can you just gotTa Start Balance? Challenge out of the police threaten. It's well it's completely devalued. You can really compare the police military strike him with small White Certainty you see in certain teams. But you know I've been in twenty years now and you see that I've seen the change in how things and people are just more aware because you know I imagine. Remember that life on Mars. That was clearly how the police were. And you look at that to where they are. Now people are really have their audience. What's going on and there's always going to be people that slip up but most things are done through. Just it's knowing your audience. It's having that low bear them Awareness of what you say is that invoice. I before it comes out. We start thinking about what you say. Because of the the effects it could have people an even comments you know comments or phrases. I think everyone you must've changed yourself as you said things ten years ago you wouldn't dream of saying now in a pub. I've got my Italian on the ESPN DISASTER. And you think inside voice stop stops up in a pub full of especially when Rice. There's not gonNa you know so. I've seen a massive change. But you think I remember and you can't even now tell stories to your colleagues are remember from when it first. Joey knew when I was in the military. Wouldn't dream of science. Some of the things and you think this is important that this is important about the veteran community in my community like emergency services side of the hell in Bonn spoke of it. Then yeah she's involved with like invoice craft and she went down there. I think she went down. There is a similar to what would what he's lodge a Hidden Valley Bush craft and her experience. Amazing she was Donald. People didn't know and was there was any other police there. There's ex-military there on on the course. I guess they're outside chilling out craft work. Fire making your own food cooking into grounded suffer with Nick and the value she got from. That was huge devilish governor. That was huge because even should know them there from a similar background. Emergency Services Security Services Armed Forces. She she knew exactly where she stood. What the gloves off compensation you can say what you want. I could. I know GONNA be around a bunch of paramedics bunch of fireman bunch of police enough to pin in a bar somewhere on. I know I did this. Conversation the next level. I know I remember listening. I listen to her podcast. You thinking he's Bay. Three from solution started amazing. But you're right you know. I think we've all changed a little bit of thought before you know. Think before you say but you've got wind and some of the things that you see new you've got up you know and people will frown at the fact that that was you know. People have let off steam three laughing about certain things. It may seem completely inappropriate for someone looking in but you don't you know he's done afterwards and done in a in a place you would hope that. Be Safe a safe place. But you've got a Van. You've got to get rid of it. Otherwise is this. GonNa Bali Up. You're not gonNA sleep at night nightmares. And it's it's part of life isn't it But you know there have been some horrific which go to wrap it up right. Ush Peatland Mike Go. I wouldn't mind out met with his research. Where are they going to go to I'm on twitter at in I think. He's at in splash. Bryce up solid Lincoln content in the Blida his podcast. Yeah Yeah if they follow me on that they condemn me and I'll I'll start making contact with them Put my email address if you want to. You can distribute it if you want if anybody wants to be in contact because what we're trying to do is just do anything to help and get a bit more endorsement for it to get people to come for without because. I think it might actually help other veterans if some veterans being threat what they tell us could help an awful lot more veterans amines. Anybody else in the future. It's not veterans specific but if there was something that you think that really helped. And that's what we're trying to find out and as the simplest of questions with you know obviously there's GonNa be a long lead up to it but we can try and analyze what people have said. And what the the things where the these academics. A really keen to help and then if it works for that at work for other communities if works in the UK at work. Anyway I would imagine I agree that's trying to do is make basically make us a bit more professional and try and find out the reasons for for things so that we can stop it. Iran simple simple project but with complex issues. I wouldn't want to make an you know belittle anybody through that experience say twitter account at ISP Bryce Ashburn at in Ashburn indisp- as it's been absolute pleasure. Art Thank you very much on no Friday night. Dj Voice come on Friday. It's to do my Tuesday. That's it hope. He joined the cast. Oh forget if you rejoin his podcast. And he don't like wait a tunes or to spotify and Youtube. You can become a patron and supporter of mine..

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Where Do I Start?

The Sustainable Futures Report

09:27 min | 2 years ago

Where Do I Start?

"Why do I stopped announced New Day? Welcome to the sustainable futures report for Friday. The twentieth of March against that saying that the big issue is still covered. Nineteen the corona virus. The International Energy Agency the expects the economic fallout to wipe out the world's oil demand growth for the year ahead which should cap the fossil fuel emissions that contribute to the climate crisis but Fawzi Barrel I e as executive director as worn. The outbreak could spell a slowdown in the world's clean energy transition unless governments use green investments to help support economic growth through the global slowdown. There was nothing to celebrate in a likely decline in emissions of my economic crisis because in the absence of the right policies and structural measures. This decline will not be sustainable. He said I'm no expert. All I know is this will govern everything we do for the next weeks months and probably years. The situation is changing by the day. If not by the hour so I'm not going to comment further except to say that I think we will gain valuable lessons. Which will inform our approach to the climate emergency? I'm working on a new presentation on that theme to be Thailand for the individual clients and presented as a live interactive video. The working title is lessons from covered. Nineteen staying in business staying in Prophet and staying. I'll let you know in the trailer is ready. And they will be special tells of patrons who want to use it in that an organization's for the day I'm falling back on cliches. Okay cliches. But the fact that they've survived suggests there might be some truth in them first of all always look on the bright side. There is a bright side. All over the moment dockside is seriously predominant. It'll gradually get brighter because we can be competent that this too will pass but the climate will still be an issue as always the question with the sustainable futures report is where do I saw with so much information. Coming in all quarters. It's difficult to know how to prioritize what to do or to say start with the end in mind is a well known piece of advice. My Aunt my objective is to make people aware of the seriousness of the climate situation. So that we can all urge governments and leaders to take the international action which is the only way to conquer the climate crisis. The same time I bring you. News work being done to meet the challenge on. I also attempt to look at areas where I'm much more action is needed this time. Then the topics. I'm covering into good news and positive climate messages from the mining industry from the EU from the UK's Financial Conduct Authority. Maybe even from Boris Johnson. There's good news to about geothermal energy cutting pollution is a possible end to the throwaway culture list of bodies is even longer commutes committed to their cause. Why trees not the answer threats to sue. The government continued use of fossil fuels. Accelerating ice melt on why wearing clothes can be bad for the environment. Let's start with the bad news. So you've got something to Fullerton. Kaas off a major source of pollution both in terms of emissions of greenhouse gases and all particulars which reduce quality in the UK alone bad air quality causes some fifty thousand premature deaths each year. It's disappointing to learn from a report by the European Court of Auditors that Europeans are reluctant to give up the private. They say Ovo cities are put in place range of initiatives to expand the quality and quantity of transport. There has been no significant reduction in private car usage. This is unsurprising. Given that they found that in many cases it was always quicker to get to the city centre. Calm in the immediate to him. It is going to be even more difficult to persuade people to use public transport while there is a risk of infection in crowded spaces much better to stay locked away in one's own private vehicle. People probably prefer that even if it takes longer to complete the journey through the European structural and investment fund the EU has provided sixteen point three billion euro between two thousand fourteen and twenty twenty to change the way people move in cities but the auditions complained that the money was taken but there was limited. Take up on European Commission guns on how to spend it. Money was being wasted on infected projects. While city plans often lacked coherence for example in Poland the report found parking penalties were lower than finds a not paying public transport fans in also caused rebound from the side of the road but it was still possible to park on the pavement. A senior auditor said congestion. Custody you around. Two hundred. Seventy billion euro per year and that funds provided by Brussels should be more hiking to plans to shift people out of there. 'cause so I'm going to be easy urged to plant trees and it is by far the best way to take co two from the atmosphere of the carbon. At least in theory in reality there are programs in a wide ranging report through the RSP Bay the World Society for the protection of buds by Elliott Crane entitled. Woodland's for five minutes and nature. She describes the complexity of the issue. And I do recommend you go to the link on the blog I look at the report is very complex. Very detail very well. Written trees are a store of carbon but they take many years to grow and require careful management throughout that time trees plotted on peatland degrade that land as a carbon store and released much of the condom in fact removing trees from peatland can have a positive effect on common storage bunning woods energy it releases college. The atmosphere she says unlike burning fossil fuels. This does not increase the amount of atmospheric carbon in the long term however forest-based bioenergy count be considered column neutral because the payback time until the carbon is reabsorbed. Can we very long particularly when living trees are felled for biomass replacing coal or gas with biomass eligibility generation is likely to significantly increase emissions per unit of electricity generated and yet drax power station claims to be one of the greenest sites in Britain and receives massive government? Subsidies on that basis harvested would pronounce can be a continuing store of carbon after they'd been moved from the forest but how dot com says locked up depends on what the proce- used for the British government has pledged to plant thirty million trees per year raising the. Uk's forest cover from thirteen percent to seventeen percent skilled tree planters. Mainly Australians and Canadians are already at work. I'm compliant one sapling every four seconds to four thousand per day. That's the first some twenty-five percent likely to die in the early years on the forest has to be Catholic managed and thinned so the trees can reach their full potential. They not only absorb outside but they also release it through respiration until trees reach maturity the amount they abso- exceeds the amount they emit but once they mature they stole the carbon but they don't add to forest continue to need management because if as simply allowed to decay the trees will die rot on the COB and we'll be released again into the atmosphere. If the timber is harvested the use. That's made it determines how long it continues as a carbon stole see to persists in the atmosphere for up to one hundred years said to be effective. Trays need to lock carbon away for that length of time. Talking to the BBC Professor Ralph McKenzie of the University of Birmingham. Says it will be a disaster. If governments and companies rely on forests to clear a massive carbon pollution. An article in the journal Nature Warns that the rate at which carbon is absorbed by the Amazon forest is in decline at the rate in. The African forest is stable but there are signs up to will decline in the longer term. It's too tempting for people to believe that buying a few trees can make up for flying away on holding things just at work like that. The government's thirty million trees are no substitute for cutting carbon emissions outsource increasing fuel duty which also decided not to do allows weeks. Uk budget would have had any major defect as it happens. Of course the dramatic drop off in flying and all forms of travel having a much greater effect without the need for a scourge

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"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"Infanticide capital of the world now has an entire city that has to be under quarantine. Is this God saying or you want infanticide fake Catholic cuomo quadruple. You want infanticide and your state you wanNA become a sanctuary state for after birth infanticide up to the moment of birth Infanticide Watch. This matters the story right there. This is from the Press Democrat Dot com new t knock peatland sending the National Guardian to control. The Corona virus. National Guard is sent into new. Tina Caitlyn suburb to control corona virus. New York's governor announced yesterday. He is sending the National Guard into a new T. Knock Peatland suburb to help. Fight the nation's biggest known cluster of Corona virus cases as the battle against the. Us outbreak intensify. What do you people we have anyone? That's listening in new Rochelle. What are you people in New Rochelle? You go to the grocery store and you know because it's free viral sex state basically You want porn go to New Zealand. You want to kill your baby the day it's GonNa it's GonNa be born. Go to t t t them. You WanNa be a rabid radical transsexual homosexual and you wanNA practice that perversion. They got laws to protect you go to New Zealand name the sexual avarice or vice that you can practice and you can do it and not not legally and it celebrated kind of fitting isn't it. I'm not saying I don't wish this on but now that it's happened. It's kind of fitting isn't it? You think anyone like my daughter was supposed to move to new teen octane. One and her mother as now intervened daughter number one supposed to move at the end of this month to Brooklyn. Then they changed their mind and they were gonNA move to her sorority friends. Rhody girlfriends. We're GONNA share an apartment and try and find jobs neutrino peatland something. I vigorously opposed by. I don't like it of all places in the world you could go. That's the last place but Dan. That's where the finance that's where the fashion industry is. All right you can work in fashion and Baton Rouge. You already had a Gig doing it but hey you know look Eric. Kids got apparently in the modern world. Eric kids got to go out and leave home now. That's the thing to do. Get the get away from mom and Dad. Because that's what we trained you to do and boy howdy do they do it. Let's not start families? Let's take the family we have and break it up and let's Rent U hauls or whatever the case may be I am guilty of feeding this wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute. Here's that stupid commercial. I was telling you about minimum connell. This is that this millennial botox commercial than we were talking about yesterday. He's playing right now. I told you next time I played that life of the party. Look more mile. Look reply all our own. Your look with fewer lines. There's only one botox cosmetic it's the only one. Fda approved temporarily make frown lines crow's feet and forehead pines look better. The effects of Botox cosmetic may spread hours two weeks after injection causing serious symptoms. Alert your doctor. Right away as difficulty swallowing. Speaking breathing. Problems were muscle. Weakness may be a sign of a life threatening condition. Do Not receive talks cosmetic if you have a skin. Infection side effects may include allergic reactions injection site pain headaches. Eyebrow eyelid drooping eyelid swelling. Tell your doctor about muscle conditions and medications including toxins as these may increase the risk of serious side effects. So give that just puppy look and whatever that look it looks like you with fewer lines see results. At VO-TECH SEISMIC DOT com. Oh My Lord. Just sweet meteor of death. Strike US down now. Good Heavens look like you with fewer lines. Well then you don't look like you right. God gave you the lines. Look I got a bunch of them on my forehead. I've got a bunch of around my eyes. Maybe I should look like me with fewer lines. Meters O'CONNELL. How much does this talk? Stuff cost isn't expensive. Can I? Can I get these bags under my eyes fixed? I think I can get him surgeon. Cana- look like with fewer line back to the story about Governor Cuomo Quad and new Rochelle At the expense on Bo talks each session. And you have to do it about every three months or so. You can run you from five hundred to eight Hundred Bucks. But Hey what could me? I got an awesome. I gotTa Google is for a TV commercial and we got no lines. Are neighborhood. Have both talks parties? Mike yes Mrs O'CONNELL are they still doing Bo talks parties? Oh Good Grief. Not WITH THE CORONA VIRUS OUT THERE. Not Either not. Having a corona virus boat talks party. This is out sick twisted pampered. Fm Aminat Lazy Morrocans have become. We've earned the freaking corona virus back to the joys of new Tina Caitlyn being ground zero for world. War See Governor Cuomo Quad took a break from infanticide operations announced yesterday. He is sending the National Guard into the suburb. That is new Rochelle. Governor Cuomo said that three schools and other gathering places will be. Shut down in a containment zone in new Rochelle the epicenter of an outbreak of more than one hundred cases he said troops will scrub surfaces and deliver food to the zone which extends a mile in all directions from a synagogue connected. To some of the cases I touch in that one with a thirty foot pole. But I'm I'm not saying I'm just saying philly blank in yourself. Residents and visitors in a community of about seventy nine thousand people. I live out. This is written about seventy nine thousand is it or is it. Not Seventy nine thousand. Seventy nine thousand people will still be able to come and go freely and businesses can remain open. Apparently we have oh look. Tj Is entity in the chat room at Crusade Channel Dot com forward slash chat. That all of YOU HIPSTER. Losers are not in right now. Tj has I live and work just outside new Rochelle right now. The National Guard is only helping to clean and deliver food. Still the site of Guard troops. Wait a minute wait a minute wait it. I think you're ready to say. Tj You telling me that cuomo quotas put waiter W. A. I t. v. are Outta Betas in new Rochelle. What kind of a hell is this neurosis surrounding Westchester County? And if you don't know guess what else is in Westchester County. He get you my pretty pretty good hand. Not At my home. In Chappaqua New York killary Chappaqua is in Westchester. County new Tino Caitlyn. I wonder if the Clintons are at home no no his Hillary's out promoting or Hillary's out rounding on Malefic isn't one with whom A- out rounding up super delegates while bill out busy confessing his sex sins to sixty minutes well..

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"peatland" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Infanticide capital of the world now has an entire city that has to be under quarantine. Is this God saying or you want infanticide fake Catholic cuomo quadruple. You want infanticide and your state you wanNA become a sanctuary state for after birth infanticide up to the moment of birth Infanticide Watch. This matters the story right there. This is from the Press Democrat Dot com new t knock peatland sending the National Guardian to control. The Corona virus. National Guard is sent into new. Tina Caitlyn suburb to control corona virus. New York's governor announced yesterday. He is sending the National Guard into a new T. Knock Peatland suburb to help. Fight the nation's biggest known cluster of Corona virus cases as the battle against the. Us outbreak intensify. What do you people we have anyone? That's listening in new Rochelle. What are you people in New Rochelle? You go to the grocery store and you know because it's free viral sex state basically You want porn go to New Zealand. You want to kill your baby the day it's GonNa it's GonNa be born. Go to t t t them. You WanNa be a rabid radical transsexual homosexual and you wanNA practice that perversion. They got laws to protect you go to New Zealand name the sexual avarice or vice that you can practice and you can do it and not not legally and it celebrated kind of fitting isn't it. I'm not saying I don't wish this on but now that it's happened. It's kind of fitting isn't it? You think anyone like my daughter was supposed to move to new teen octane. One and her mother as now intervened daughter number one supposed to move at the end of this month to Brooklyn. Then they changed their mind and they were gonNA move to her sorority friends. Rhody girlfriends. We're GONNA share apartment and try and find jobs neutrino peatland something. I vigorously opposed by. I don't like it of all places in the world you could go. That's the last place but Dan. That's where the finance that's where the fashion industry is. All right you can work in fashion and Baton Rouge. You already had a Gig doing it but hey you know look Eric. Kids got apparently in the modern world. Eric kids got to go out and leave home now. That's the thing to do. Get the get away from mom and Dad. Because that's what we trained you to do and boy howdy do they do it. Let's not start families? Let's take the family we have and break it up and let's Rent U hauls or whatever the case may be I am guilty of feeding this wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute. Here's that stupid commercial. I was telling you about minimum connell. This is that this millennial botox commercial than we were talking about yesterday. He's playing right now. I told you next time I played acuity that life of the party look more mile. Look reply all our own. Your look with fewer lines. There's only one botox cosmetic it's the only one. Fda approved temporarily make frown lines crow's feet and forehead pines look better. The effects of Botox cosmetic may spread hours two weeks after injection causing serious symptoms. Alert your doctor. Right away as difficulty swallowing. Speaking breathing. Problems were muscle. Weakness may be a sign of a life threatening condition. Do Not receive talks cosmetic if you have a skin. Infection side effects may include allergic reactions injection site pain headaches. Eyebrow eyelid drooping eyelid swelling. Tell your doctor about muscle conditions and medications including toxins as these may increase the risk of serious side effects. So give that just puppy look and whatever that look it looks like you with fewer lines see results. At VO-TECH SEISMIC DOT com. Oh My Lord. Just sweet meteor of death. Strike US down now. Good Heavens look like you with fewer lines. Well then you don't look like you right. God gave you the lines. Look I got a bunch of them on my forehead. I've got a bunch of around my eyes. Maybe I should look like me with fewer lines. Meters O'CONNELL. How much does this talk? Stuff cost isn't expensive. Can I? Can I get these bags under my eyes fixed? I think I can get him surgeon. Cana- look like with fewer line back to the story about Governor Cuomo Quad and new Rochelle A quick the expense on Bo talks each session. And you have to do it about every three months or so. You can run you from five hundred to eight Hundred Bucks. But Hey what could me? I got an awesome. I gotTa Google is for a TV commercial and we got no lines. Are neighborhood. Have both talks parties? Mike yes Mrs O'CONNELL are they still doing Bo talks parties? Oh Good Grief. Not WITH THE CORONA VIRUS OUT THERE. Not Either not. Having a corona virus boat talks party. This is out sick twisted pampered. Fm Aminat Lazy Morrocans have become. We've earned the freaking corona virus back to the joys of new Tina Caitlyn being ground zero for world. War See Governor Cuomo Quad took a break from infanticide operations announced yesterday. He is sending the National Guard into the suburb. That is new Rochelle. Governor Cuomo said that three schools and other gathering places will be. Shut down in a containment zone in new Rochelle the epicenter of an outbreak of more than one hundred cases he said troops will scrub surfaces and deliver food to the zone which extends a mile in all directions from a synagogue connected. To some of the cases I touch in that one with a thirty foot pole. But I'm I'm not saying I'm just saying philly blank in yourself. Residents and visitors in a community of about seventy nine thousand people. I live out. This is written about seventy nine thousand is it or is it. Not Seventy nine thousand. Seventy nine thousand people will still be able to come and go freely and businesses can remain open. Apparently we have oh look. Tj Is entity in the chat room at Crusade Channel Dot com forward slash chat. That all of YOU HIPSTER. Losers are not in right now. Tj has I live and work just outside new Rochelle right now. The National Guard is only helping to clean and deliver food. Still the site of Guard troops. Wait a minute wait a minute wait it. I think you're ready to say. Tj You telling me that cuomo quotas put waiter W. A. I t. v. are Outta Betas in new Rochelle. What kind of a hell is this neurosis surrounding Westchester County? And if you don't know guess what else is in Westchester County. He get you my pretty pretty good hand. Not My home in Chappaqua New York. Killary Chappaqua is in Westchester County. New Tino Caitlyn. I wonder if the Clintons are at home no no his Hillary's out promoting or Hillary's out rounding on Malefic isn't one with whom A- out rounding up super delegates while bill out busy confessing his sex sins to sixty minutes well..

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Notorious 'terminator weed' might be a climate change savior

BBC World Service

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Notorious 'terminator weed' might be a climate change savior

"This something we haven't told you about Mister Mister then he's not only a fisherman turned conservationist he's also a climate scientist he's one of the lead office on reports for the intergovernmental panel on climate change the IPCC that's the U. N. body that evaluates the latest science in this area after he won his local battle against top of the peak company he had no idea what if this small project on the outskirts of his village was a model that could be replicated more widely and help reduce carbon emissions on a vast scale for example in Finland we have a massive potential for restoration of peatlands and books and much Myers in the carbon sinks that are currently the created but we can bring them back in the health and create more sites that trump called in often referred to the Amazon rain forest is the lungs of the world how important are these kind of sites in the north they are very precious all the Borel wetlands and Marge Meyers extend from the Pacific into Finland and then actually in the kind of down further and they are a global sink they are a place where the carbon dioxide and other greenhouse things all being alleviated through natural processes so they get it not right that that they're not gonna be mining anymore Pete no unfortunately new licenses are given they are still continuing these so we say sunsets

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The 'Lungs of the Planet' Are on Fire

The Naked Scientists

03:59 min | 3 years ago

The 'Lungs of the Planet' Are on Fire

"Brazil's amazon rainforest which is often dubbed the lungs of the planet in his own too impressive rookie of plants and animals is on fire. The scale of the damage is known yet so why is this happened and what might be the consequences. Izzy clark spoke with rachel commenter from the university of cambridge conservation institute in its natural state rainforest wooden and they're very moist places. Thank steeped in shade there refunds and there's a lot of water in the system but what's happened over time is i have become more fragmented and they've been locked and so that means that certain trees large valuable timber trees have been taken out when that happens big openings in the forest i appear which means the sunlight can penetrate through which means that all of that tinder in all of the vegetation can be dried out and then it becomes fuel for fire and then you combine that with many more actors in the region using fire combined with the climatic factors of of drought and changing changing temperatures it has created a situation in which wants fire resistant rainforests and our fire prone. You mentioned that that people sometimes views fire in amazon so why would they use fire in that case and how is this different from that for many many years and generations traditional small-scale more scared landholders including indigenous communities they use fire. It's absolutely essential because that's how they cleared the land to grow crops but but they do so with different management practices to contain a fire and so this is why for all the generations which has been used we haven't always seen these uncontrolled controlled fires in forest landscapes but today we have begun to see not just this year but since really the nineteen nineties fires and mega fire events recurring throughout these landscapes because of other types of land uses which have come to the region to practice soy and cattle production and other different types types of agriculture and including industrial-scale agriculture which has created a very different situation where fire now prevalent want are the impact of the fires at the moment a lot of the discourse that talks about the problem of fire focuses on the environmental burden so for example example the climate and carbon related emissions will the biodiversity impacts which are relevant to the global community and of course really do matter but what is missing pops in thinking about the local and the lived experience of suffering those wildfires and those households are feeding their own families growing their own food hunting when they need to fishing when they need to and fires come through they lose their cultural plots they lose the ability to hunt because the animals have made themselves scarce orbin been caught in the blaze but also because hunting is more difficult when the forest is bound because of all of the crackle and the crunched underfoot so you can no longer have silent the passage through those forests is any way that forests can recover from damage like this more so when the fires of post three the first time i think the cycle gets harder to break the more that the files recur because the forest gets more and more impacted from those events to the extent <hes> some scientists talk about tipping points in the amazon. You know which are a real concern for for the global climate for by only seeing more on controlled fires around the world. Yes we are predicted to increase in the future because of extending fire weather seasons the indonesian peatlands lance for example have suffered catastrophic fires twenty fifteen was declared a humanitarian crisis bolivia is also having problems with uncontrolled fires ayas and it's predicted to worsen if something doesn't change rachel comment and she was speaking with izzy

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"peatland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on AP News

"Dot com vality three exclusions or clearance select styles on kids deals on girls dresses did you know all news network forest fires in Indonesia have cause to six provinces to declare a state of emergency for about twenty three million people nearly six thousand people have been sent to the fires to fight them that are burned more than seventy four thousand acres of forest and land satellites have detected ninety four hot spots the fire fighting efforts involve seventeen helicopters dropping sixteen million gallons of water on the fires fires are often started by smallholders and plantation companies to clear land for planting many areas in Indonesia are prone to rapid burning because of the draining of swampy peatland forests for pulp wood and palm oil plantations the US trade deficit fall slightly in June as does the deficit with China AP correspondent my camp and reports the gap between the goods and services to US buys and what it sells abroad fell to fifty five billion dollars in June a drop of three tenths of one percent the commerce department says exports dropped to percent on declines in shipments of autos computers crude oil and consumer products imports fell just under two percent on declines in crude oil and petroleum products the trade deficit with China the target of president trump's terrace fell seven and a half percent to thirty billion dollars my camp in Washington into lost children to fatal overdoses and other addiction recovery activists have been rallying outside a Boston courthouse as a judge hears arguments in a lawsuit against Purdue pharma over its role in the national drug epidemic about a hundred protesters gathered in front of the Suffolk County Superior Court before the start of the hearing produce farmers arguing the lawsuit should be dismissed because it distorts facts and statements and makes over simplified claims in order to scapegoat the company the prosecutor accuses Purdue pharma of falsely claiming the pain medicine oxycontin had a low risk for addiction our office argues that produce pharma pushed prescribers to keep patients on the drugs longer and aggressively target vulnerable populations like the elderly and veterans off collapse I'm to McGuire with an A. P. news man or a woman is dead for the people hurt to critically when a sandstone bluff overlooking the beach in Encinitas California gave way this afternoon state parks captain Brian Kantor tells KGTV people should stay away from the bluff we.

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Indonesia steps up response to massive forest fires

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Indonesia steps up response to massive forest fires

"Forest fires in Indonesia have costs six provinces to declare a state of emergency for about twenty three million people nearly six thousand people have been sent to the fires to fight them that have burned more than seventy four thousand acres of forest and land satellites have detected ninety four hot spots the fire fighting efforts involve seventeen helicopters dropping sixteen million gallons of water on the fires fires are often started by smallholders and plantation companies to clear land for planting many areas in Indonesia are prone to rapid burning because of the draining of swampy peatland forests for pulp wood and palm oil

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"peatland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on AP News

"Prone to rapid burning because of the draining of swampy peatland forests for pulp wood and palm oil plantations how much of the U. K.'s dealing with hot temperatures several film and television productions having to create Christmas settings during a record breaking summer season on the set of the joint effects B. B. C. T. V. miniseries based on Charles Dickens a Christmas Carol a London street has been decorated with snow flakes to provide a Victorian winter feel act to guy Pearce who stars as Ebenezer Scrooge is switching through layers of hand sewn period costumes along with the rest of the cost a Victorian themed Netflix original film starring forest Whitaker is also in production in the U. K. the cost has to sing and dance as well as getting to the Christmas spirit will during record breaking summer temperatures they're all still blizzards in the form of fake snow boots in by the truckload to the set original gas pipeline rupture an explosion that could be seen for miles early Thursday in Kentucky killed one person hospitalized five others destroyed railroad tracks and forced the evacuation of a nearby mobile home park don Gilliam's the Lincoln County emergency management director it appears to be a rupture of a thirty inch gas transmission pipeline the pipeline moves natural gas under such high pressure that the flames reached about three hundred feet into the air and could be seen throughout the county the pipeline stretches for more than nine thousand miles from the Mexican border in Texas to New York City the explosion around one AM was so huge that the the test firing and said the new develop rocket system was soon serve a.

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"peatland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on AP News

"Or about twenty three million people nearly six thousand people have been sent to the fires to fight them that have burned more than seventy four thousand acres of forest and land satellites have detected ninety four hot spots the fire fighting efforts involve seventeen helicopters dropping sixteen million gallons of water on the fires fires are often started by smallholders and plantation companies to clear land for planting many areas in Indonesia are prone to rapid burning because of the draining of swampy peatland forests for pulp wood and palm oil plantations in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations TV host AJ Calloway is leaving the syndicated entertainment news show extra Warner brothers issued a statement Wednesday saying the company's investigated the claims of the Callaway's conduct and he and the company have mutually agreed to part ways it had investigated prior accusations against Callaway who's forty four and found no suggestion of workplace misconduct he was suspended in February after Warner brothers became aware of additional allegations at the time Callaway's lawyer said her client vehemently denied ever assaulting anyone and look forward to clearing his name his lawyer has not replied to an email request from the Associated Press seeking comment after four months of venue changes money and permit problems and acts dropping out Woodstock fifty is officially canceled the three day festival was originally scheduled for August sixteenth through the eighteenth but hold ups included permit to miles on the loss of a financial partner and a production company last week JZ deaden company and John Fogarty said they wouldn't perform at the event after the announcement it was moving to Maryland from New York the original Woodstock festival pushing the message of peace love and music was a.

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"peatland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on AP News

"To September third experience at your Lexus dealer forest fires in Indonesia have caused six provinces to declare a state of emergency for about twenty three million people nearly six thousand people have been sent to the fires to fight them that have burned more than seventy four thousand acres of forest and land satellites have detected ninety four hot spots the fire fighting efforts involve seventeen helicopters dropping sixteen million gallons of water on the fires fires are often started by smallholders and plantation companies to clear land for planting many areas in Indonesia are prone to rapid burning because of the draining of swampy peatland forests for pulp wood and palm oil plantations there's growing support for an impeachment inquiry against president trump a piece that Jackie Quinn reports a tally of house Democrats finds nearly half now support the moon the Associated Press is tallied a hundred fourteen Democrats and one independent publicly backing an impeachment inquiry it's a spike after the testimony of former special counsel Robert Muller but still house speaker Nancy Pelosi is unlikely to move unless she sees a ground swell of support those one hundred fifteen lawmakers are far short of the majority of two eighteen that's needed for most legislation outside groups are trying to pressure the house speaker who says they're still working to collect evidence the group stand up America says they'll make sure during the August recess every member of Congress will hear constituents calling for impeachment Jackie Quinn Washington the trump administration says it'll create a pathway to allow Americans to legally imports lower cost prescription drugs from Canada AP correspondent Rita Foley reports health secretary Alex Cesar made the announcement we want.

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"peatland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Year the bras Ville declaration was agreed to help protect the area. And so I'm Lewis who led the discovery has been given nearly five million dollars of research funding to build up a detailed picture of the expanse. They're a treasure trove by diversity with some of the highest densities of lowland gorillas in the world. Living in swamp. Very high densities of forest elephants and the rest of diversity of the smaller animals. We don't know very much about. These are really unexplored region. So this probably huge variety of endemic fish and also small plans, but we don't really know anything about those because this is an area that we're just beginning to explore and it is a vast area, which is also unusual in terms of the footprint of humanity's behavior. Yeah. These swamps up pretty inhospitable environments for people, and they're really intact into the huge area. The area we MAC of peatland. That's permanently underwater is around one hundred forty five thousand square kilometers. So to put that in context, roughly the size of England is extraordinary to think of that amount to explore now, you came on the program a couple of years ago, we're gonna put a link on the website. You gave a wonderful description you and you'll call Greta dog of finding this area and exploring it, but you since then you've got a huge amounts of money to go back and really dig into it in a meaningful way when we'd put the numbers together. And we did field work and used satellite data to extrapolate. We saw the north area of forested peatland, but we didn't know very much more about it apart from our central estimate was there was about thirty billion tons of carbon locked up in the Pete, and that's round three years worth of fossil fuel emissions of the entire globe. So really important to keep it there. If we're going to meet climate change commitments. Now, we have a big uncertainty on that he could be much lower than that could be much higher than that centrist. So we really need to understand a bit more about it to more feel work. Explore more areas across the enormous. Region. And then if we want to influence policy about what happens to this region that we need to not only know that it's there and carbon stored and how big it is. But we also need to understand how it functions. So is that Cobb and stable what happens if people go in and log it what happens if people go in and start trying to do agriculture. What's going to happen to the bite of us can happen to the carbon? So we have a interdisciplinary team ranging from ecologists who study the past. So we want to know how this peeling formed in the first place and it began forming around ten thousand years ago, and then slowly pitas been accumulating carbon. It's been taken out of the atmosphere. And then we need to understand better about the distribution of carbonated distribution of the swamp over the central Congo basin. Twin expeditions over a wide area. And then we need really detailed understanding of the processes, so. How much common is coming from the atmosphere into the trees? And then how common is then being transferred into the into the Pete into the carbon in the soil and to do that we have detailed measurements every month. We have people going into this warmth to make these measurements. So it's a fairly continuous. Monitoring. We need to understand not just when I've been there in the dry season when you can easily walk on the peatland we need to go in in the west season. And see what it's like then. So we get a picture of the whole annual cycle. And then we can use this data to build a mathematical representation of appeal, and so we need to build a simulation of the peatland inside the computer. I mean, it sort of goes to the heart of all this biodiversity stuff. We're talking about in the program that knowledge is so important you actually have to go there and do very tedious possibly sometimes even difficult measurements. But that's the only way, you know. What's to preserve? Yeah. We're scientists we have to make measurements. We have to observe the real world as we see it. And then we have to try and understand it and understand the processes to then build our simulation in the computer. And that is sensual because if for example is the climate changes, we need to know if that Cobb and the stool. Is stable and we can only do that. If we build a version of a simplified version of this peatlands inside global climate change models to see the impacts simile. If government policy is to start having logging concessions on some of these peelings, we need to know what happens when you start to build roads through them. How do you affect the flows of water in his reading could you kill Jerry's of peatland by building roads in the region. And we can only do that. If we have these measurements on the ground to start with the description, you gave us time was of this sort of untouched area. But there are people there, but it would be that kind of development that would change things. How true is that rich description is actually their development going on? It is very on isolated remote and currently intact ecosystem, and there are very small numbers of people living because there's not much dry land for people to live on. And then most people official folk in a us. Using the peatlands in a sustainable manner. But once we publish the map, lots of people started contacting me saying did I know about this plan for the future or this other plan for the future. Whether it was potential logging concessions in the Democratic Republic, Congo oil exploration concessions and plantations for oil palm in the Republic of Congo. Now, what we've seen in the tropics in another large area of peatland in Indonesia has been an environmental disaster. On Indonesia's recognizes environmental disaster because they have drained peatlands is enormous carbon emissions and in the dry season. When it's very dry, the catch fire, and when it's really dry like years like in two thousand fifteen sixteen there was fire across Indonesia that led to Hoffa million people going to Austin across the region with spiritually problems now then trying to re wet there peelings to stop those negative environmental problems and to slow down the damage this being done and in Congo Republican Congo Democratic Republic, there's a chance to do things really differently. But that's where by scientists and the wider international community needs to come in and really help these two countries to do development in a different way that these countries can develop without the destruction is going with it in places like Indonesia, so I'm Lewis professor of global change science that leads unit. Versity on a project on very follow one of the fundamental lessons from the diversity assessment. Is that nature is how friend we heard of one example of that from Australia and only the weeds, I should call them. So cold weeds good for the soil because they stabilize it. Georgina Kenyans report begins by a small dam, stabilized, willow trees..

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"peatland" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Get ready for a lot of last up. Up on filter, tonight and wine. Get ready to take things up. Here's Caitlyn right? Welcome to off vine. I'm your host peatland birth though. Joining me today, someone you might know from the real housewives of Beverly Hills. She's a kick f- accountability. Coach I loved that word van county. Like, one of my favorite words, and your fitness influence, a right? Yes. Yes. Yeah. You look, right. She's a mama TV star and CEO of her company all in by teddy. Please welcome teddy Mellencamp. Thank you for having me. Of course, cheers years to will Tuesday. So Tuesday's or do you get the feeling I I remember when I was on bachelorette and every Sunday got Sunday scary because of the Monday night episodes. Do you get anxious for your next level because we have to blog about them? Okay. So you get to see the episode right before. So then you can write about it, which is almost cathartic. But then you know, that that blog is going out. Yup. Yeah. So it's like. Their evil genius. Yeah. They really are. That's I always wonder with that show. How much if it's the same as bachelor bachelorette with the editing, and if you watch it back, and you're like, wait what? Because I know. I always felt you're like, no. That was pretty accurate. Well, it's pretty accurate because. They can't change something you said, very true. So regardless if it's like a little bit off you still set at it. So you kind of have to live with that. That's true. But I mean, it is a TV show. But truthfully, the hard part is actually life is. Well, it bleeds over right? I mean, how often do you guys film it like how we filmed I think for over six months this year longtime, and I mean, I'm still filming confessionals, which are like the talking heads or whatever. Okay. First of all, do you know that I do confessionals on my podcast. So you better have something. Oh. So I've I've become pretty good at it. I other than I get a lot of heat for using my hands so much for talking with your. I'm like, I can't speak without it. You know, what I actually prefer to watch people on TV who talk with their hands. And you know, what maybe you'd like me Larry do to do. But I was like on when I ever I go on camera for TV or anything. I Mahan talker as well. And I always try to stop. And the producers actually told me that it's better for TV. If you talk with your hands. Really? Yeah. I tried to talk without using my hand yet. And honestly, no words came out. I was like I get uncomfortable. I you know, what live with it. I get it like a baby t Rex it's fine. Okay. Yeah. That's a baby t Rex. That's okay. Because I just feel like it's I'm an animated person. Maybe you are too. I think I get very passionate about okay? Then it's like the hands had really proved on me guess people shit on you for it online nonstop. That's so funny like man hands. What are you doing? I'm like, you know, what I can't help it. It's crazy how sometimes I go through phases where sometimes nothing can bother me on the internet like nothing, and then I'll have a day where I'm like, I call her Katrina Katrina will come out, and I'm just like the sassy little bit flat backs nonstop clapback, Katrina. I just like, oh, I'm I get and I have good clap Bax. Oh, I hang. Text you to get some better ones. You just send me a screen shot of what somebody says you and all I will have the best one ever. Does. It my boyfriend right now always says like don't step in the ring with Caitlin like dose up in the ring with her because she'll get you. So. I just tried to make fun of myself. And then hope that it like, you know, goes away. That's where my anxiety is coming from right now because I keep checking Twitter because by the time this comes out the bachelorette season..

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"peatland" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:19 min | 3 years ago

"peatland" Discussed on WGN Radio

"How long is it appropriate? Yes. I would have probably be doing that for at least a couple of weeks. I'm guessing you give me a couple of weeks a couple of weeks while the is one of the reasons that I saw your post today about your podcast of better with you and your wife WGN, plus, and I was like I really need to talk to data Duffy. Let's look I know how I can do that. I can have mama shell. And then I saw an Instagram post by our guests on the line, our very own Delmottee Pondo, and he was talking about the things that he's been doing. And what his plans are. And how to one thousand nine hundred ninety great. And I was like I wanna talk to him as well. How are you doing? Patty. How you doing? I'm doing very well. And you are not I was like, hey, come on down. You'll like that would be very hard for me to do because we're are you right now. I'm in New York right now. What are you doing in New York? Are you hanging out the MTV people? I am doing some freelance MTV helping them get this new project. They got off the ground at a Twitter live show called to know that Twitter page TV news news reports a in a panel a weekend. It's it's a lot of fun. But I'm all the way in New York right now. And I'm Michelle Alicia. I've watched a couple of the the Twitter web series as well. And I love the panel that you have I love the diversity the different voices. I also of love it. Can I say it almost has like a nineteen sixty set feel to it though? Really retro set. It's like all of these like psychedelic colors. In the background. Have. I is this like the love connection. What am I what I love the feel of it? And and I think that you're such a wonderful dynamic interview. A great job Dougherty. Thank you so much. Thank you so much airport. I'm going to watch some some some seventy shows I could get my bible item with out of all the work again. He had to have like one of those microphones like Ray Bradbury had was it. What was the name of the? Jane, gene, Rayburn, really Ray Bradbury was the writer everyone. Stop texting me, south, Texas. Yeah. He was a SCI fi writer, I need an app for when people peatland Patty gets all the the names wrong, gene. Gene Rayburn game the match game. He had that really long skinny here. This long long skinny classic. Yes. They did. Exactly. Microphone ICU having on that set. So when they put when they put together the panel, like how do they they work that out with you as far as like the topics that you're gonna cover and what MTV is trying to deliver to the audience. Yeah. So they have got some great writers Sam Grizzle highly cured it a put together different segments. Like one of the segments is come at me. So it was like your chance to say something that is your opinion about whatever it is being a pop culture topic of political topic or something to stupidest sparkling water which idea last week, which I truly hate sparkling water. We'll talk about that later. Where you just kind of put it all out there. It's kind of a first segment gets everyone warmed up with their topics where we'll kind of break down what happened throughout the week? So you know, the week that President Bush die we talked about that. And what what it means people pass away. And what their legacies are now the country kind of process that and the the main is that it's young people who are being themselves. Brown also equally as intelligent as our are as the guard informed about what's happening. So that that MTV demo can become more informed can use holiday energy that they have as they push progressive ideas. And as they move around and become activists, and all this stuff that we arm them with information while at the same time. Proclivities toward entertainment, plus a little bit to what has been the reaction that you've gotten not just from your friends at people who are discovering you now what is the feel like with this series? It's been like Saudi Patty like, I think sometimes you get this to having done media and radio for so long the vet that you forget how big the platform of the show is and so sometimes it's all just gonna go to New York for a few weeks. Losses program will quit. It's going to be on Twitter. Not a big deal. I'll be back Chicago and a few. And then I tweeted the first one came the love has been overwhelming. You know, I don't have a crazy Twitter following three thousand followers. The video got fifty five thousand views this we saw a blue path expectation consider about personal, you know, they have a platform, but also have one as well. So overwhelmingly does hit cancel Chicago, WGN radio listeners comments people out never that people have become friends over the past year and a half that being here and people from pass radio stations things I've worked on has been overwhelmingly positive, especially in the greater Chicago network. Large has been wherever to you know, some folks candidates, and if you look at the threads you'll see him. But then you got a few of the trolls that make their way. Yeah. With them too. Engage. I mean, I don't know. Yes. Is good. If no one's engage in. Maybe. Maybe so tell me we have a speech coming up at northeastern Illinois university any I you right? Yes. How are you feeling about preparation for that? Because that a Duffy like, maybe he can give you some visualization semi techniques. If you're if you're worried at all are you feeling good about it? Where are you? Where are you emotionally on it? I'm feeling good. I did a speech there for I did a Keno for ceremony. They had last year for Chevy marriage. And it was crazy. I did a fifteen minute talk and address. I did. Yeah. I was I was come speech. Then after spoke they presented me with the excellence in media award. And it was already in the wars. Great people with a lustiest resumes. And I'm like. I got the right person. I was speaking. The way. Oh, because I built kind of this relationship is a sense of comfort culpability, I feel with the audience just in general in this past year. I've done more work and research on king's legacy than had previous years. You know, this was twenty eighteen was a fiftieth anniversary of his assassination and Ryan burrow and genius newsroom. Went down to lifted to record. These two audio documentaries for WGN radio. And I love the piece for the times about king. So I really been taking in so much concert about of that he's going to be kind of cathartic to release all of it in one fell swoop. And just kind of you know, with the folks following the speech is like a thirty forty five minutes long thing. I don't even know how that'd be interested at law. That's how you cared about. You'll be great for the Q and A you're worried about being interesting. Good time. Ask questions. You'll be fine. Well, let me ask you this. Is that going to be on on Martin Luther King junior? Yes, it's all about king. And what I'm gonna do a at how putting it together. I want to make parallels between where most people are in their twenties. And where king was in his twenties. It took all you gotta PHD around twenty five nineteen or something. He got one of his degrees in nineteen twenty five and he took over the SOL's SEO southern Christian leadership conflict while he was still in his twenties. So it sounds like that's something. We you know that you sounds impossible. But would you read his autobiography you side that he has some of the same fears some of the same day Dacian, some of the same diety that all of us hatch at that same as ways we can bodies, what king was able to do about pushing through us years pushing through what it is that we've been through and I'm gonna give some context beyond beyond that fifty years later, whereas black America today with America period today, and how do the March allies will build on the back of king's legacy, but also incorporating that personal thing move towards your goals? What can you do to push through that fear anxiety? And that's a fascinating area. I think for people to try to understand. Here's the truth of it. Some people don't want to understand and you have to be okay with. That part too. Don't you think? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Everything is for everyone. You know? I think in in some sense. The most interesting people are the people who are able to unfortunately is manifested its way in the wrong way, the political atmosphere, but out of politics right now, the best audiences are miss audiences. When you have a combat that cult following that he can depend on to counter, those people no matter what he does. They're gonna follow. What it is that he does. And I think that the same goes for anything that we do trying to cast a wide the widest possible might not always be the perfect thing. Sometimes it's just talk to knows listening, by the way, the four one has been texting. And they say you're not coming back to WGN. You're a big star now, and you are network quality. He's so professional. Thank you so much. Thank you. I'm coming back. Don't you say that? Thank you so much. I know like, wait a minute. I just I just got to know you hear WGN. You gotta come back at least once in awhile. I'm now I've been on on the air every week to since I've been gone. I I think I had like detachment issues. Anybody wanna? Okay. I'm fine. I'm fine. Well, then you're gonna take you're going to be going on a big trip tells us about going Ghana. Yes. And then this is the most excited about February twenty eighth due March. Nice. I plant Andrew was to twenty sixteen and twenty nine teams will be my course, actually. And so we take groups of twenty about twenty s what we try to do. And we take them on the cultural excursions to the slave castles slate Africa to mine about what that history was like more about the transatlantic slave trade charge. Some people do their DNA and ancestry before they go there or try our best to kind of trace their lineage. You know? You know, Sierra Leone somewhere close what happened tour guys talk about where different Africans were captured and inflamed and see if you can retrace some of those steps, and it's been like, a spiritual awakening for a lot of my travelers, and then we also do some philanthropic work. We go to school. We visit the school a k closer to the deaths and blind donate some money to supplies and spend time with dance, and, you know, eat fool with them is really cool experience. It's about ten days. And I've got the information on my website, which is not D O N E T, I dot net. Just quick ones. Gonna have everything you need to know. Doc. I am seeing the same expression. In your is that I think I'm expert. Go ahead. Do you want? I am blown away by you. You just such a drag to talk to. Did you need to bring a positive vibe to this thing or it's just not gonna work out? It's unbelievable. The here. Everything you're involved in it so impressive. Thank you so much. I really appreciate the folks. Like you like you. I don't know what it is lately. Especially in a city like Chicago people have just taken me under their wing. Be so many different opportunities. And I'll just ride the wave the kind of feels weird talking about doing it myself because of that they helped me out. So thank you. I'm looking at your website right now, by the way, what a cool picture that is of us off the top the top of the page with that big microphone that is just so cool. That's Domanski dot net. DO M as in Mary E, T, I dot net. I to make sure people know what letters. I'm using. Thank you. Yeah. I hear by the way. Here's the said. I was talking about doesn't that remind you. Oh, yeah. A set for the MTV Twitter series at Doma hosts. And he doesn't news. You do news. Hit twice a week in the new panel as well. Yeah. Yeah. News news hits twice a day. And then a panel on a weekly every Thursday. We've got a panel of like some comedians some activists we've had a rate activists. Where's the black lives matters? The black lives matter activists where the blues all. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That guy has co host Brady pack that came on the show and working on figured out a way to get him one..

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