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Fresh update on "peterson" discussed on WCKG Programming

WCKG Programming

01:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "peterson" discussed on WCKG Programming

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Pederson, Rizzo, Contreras Homer as Cubs Beat Cardinals 8-5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 20 hrs ago

Pederson, Rizzo, Contreras Homer as Cubs Beat Cardinals 8-5

"The cubs rallied from a five one deficit to beat the cardinals eight five Jack Peterson hit a solo Homer and a two run double to lead to come back Anthony Rizzo and Willson Contreras also went deep for the cubs who had a full house at Wrigley field for the first time this season Rizzo homered on the fourteenth pitch of the at bat definitely remember will most number one that's you know with with not being a hundred percent today for the first time in and having everyone here first the cardinals it was a it was a really good moments make Chicago is fifteen and six since falling three and a half games behind St Louis for the NL central lead on may nineteenth Nolan arenado had three RBIs for the cardinals who lost for the seventh time in eight games and fell to thirty to one thirty one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh update on "peterson" discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

00:39 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "peterson" discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Skinner says bama's mr obama's a dynasty until saving retires. Yeah and probably afterwards too. I think i mean he's obviously very important. But you know whoever gets job i mean. I don't think the pipeline is going to dry up as far as recruits. I mean people people know bama's the place to go but it is. It is like extraordinary that you know if you if you look at how how strong. Scc is and how much talent is in that conference from top to bottom the fact that bama's able to dominate the way they do. It's amazing and saving. You might be the greatest college football coach of all time owen. David asked me and he says. Hey tony how are you. Hey from england to thirty here. Wow that is dedication are using one. You fan club. That followed me on twitter. We have but we had a great fan club. Steelers fan club from england and follow me on twitter and i followed it back on friday. And that's great to see to show you steal. A nation really is steeler. World steeler universe. It's just it's just all over the place worldwide Arrest says Joe paterno the legendary coach from penn. State he lobbied for opting player for years. I think a lot of people. But i know paternal was definitely a vocal about and he also wanted a an an eastern conference anyway. He wanted to pit in west virginia to be a part of it but never happened. Maybe pictured a took him up on that offer in create pit went into the big east which was great for them for basketball. But that's not much football and now we see today. Football is definitely the thing that drives the bus college sports in which is a conference for college football. But you know. I don't know if they really so feel at home. They're probably it probably makes more centrally on being a big the big ten geographically. But are you gonna do it. Still be dwarfed by all those other schools. Like ohio state michigan penn state and garett Slinger land says. That's exactly why. I can't stand college football. There's like ten schools. Get all of the top talent and the rest of the ncaa people act like. They're surprised that's that's why they're that's why they're The reason why they're creating order proposing twelve team playoff is because they want the more teams to chance but as far as The recruiting side of it. I realize a big thing as far as facilities and maybe even some underhand and stuff but really. It's all about You know if if you win if you have the right coke and you can create a winning tradition. then you're going to get your recruits. I mean you know yes some goals. They have an inherent advantage like notre dame. It's national following. And of course bama it's it's status in so many other schools. But if you if you create a winning tradition you're going to get people to come to your your program Some some schools have have advantages because of a word are located. Like if you look at college college basketball basketball such a big thing in tobacco road north carolina. Duke virginia state. You name it. So if you're a four or five star recruit there you know and that's where you're born where you're gonna go. You're going to go to one of the schools you know. Whereas you know pittsburgh western. Pa we don't. We don't produce a lot of basketball star. So it's kinda hard to to lure a four or five star recruits that from like you know the kentucky i'm to carolina's over to pittsburgh that is by establishing a tradition getting into the final four lot Winning at national title or two and pit came so close to doing that. They came up short. And i think if they would have gotten over the hump once. You're twice as a program. They would have they would be more of a powerhouse today And they would have jamie dixon. We're still be at pet. That'd probably have a lot easier time getting recruits. You look at syracuse. Jim boeheim and schools in the middle of nowhere yet. They're able to to win year in year out and they've won. I think one national title. But they're always in the hunt. So and owen. David ask from england. Which defender has the most you go. Tj what he's going to. You know brian. I talked about this on. Hang on route time. He's going to sixteen and a half officially because that's the record so he gets sixteen and a half. He's the new single season record holder. So i think that's what it's gonna be. Tj what for short and dave shipley asks. What do you think about peterson talking. Great compliments for harris peterson. Whose peterson by the way i am. I can't think of who peterson is but anyway. Oh you mean adrian peterson. Ap i think that's great. I mean i don't know if he knows any more about him than anybody else i know. He's an alabama long. But you know. I think i think the talent is obvious but nagae harris. He decided to go out there and you know. Hopefully the the line you know is It's better in you know he fits into the system. That candidate used improperly. But you know as far as we talk about this all the time as far as positions where a rookie rookie can step in to make a difference. Right away It's running back. it's up there with. maybe cornerback. As far as you're that you're out there. You know you utilize muir your talent and and you know the learning part of it. You know it comes over time. Whereas other positions obsolete quarterback even receivers struggled so much in her in their First couple of years so I think it's great. I mean i think you know. Harris is a tremendous talent and he just she's matter it might be just. He might be a big difference maker for them this year. See what else. We have here.

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Peterson's 3 RBIs, Vogelbach Homer Helps Brewers Top Reds

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Peterson's 3 RBIs, Vogelbach Homer Helps Brewers Top Reds

"Jace Peterson and Daniel Vogelbach carried the brewers offense in a seven to win over the Reds Peterson blooped a tiebreaking two run single in a three run sixth and added an RBI double in the eighth Peterson was promoted from triple a before the start of the series Vogelbach homered for the second straight day a two run shot in the seventh I was able to get some you know pitches today that I was able to put it you know good swing on you know get some extra base hits take a walk Freddy Peralta allowed just one run and two hits over four innings he was pulled for a pinch hitter following a rain delay I want to keep in the game you know until my fave and sustaining but it is what it is Luis Castro took the loss falling to two one nine despite leaving with a two one lead in the sixth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh "Peterson" from Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:34 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "Peterson" from Weekend Edition Saturday

"Says Chesapeake was out on medical leave when he allegedly travelled to Washington, D. C. Odette Yousef WBZ News. Wrigley Field was back to full capacity. It was hot and sunny in Iraq is Chicago Cubs crowd was not disappointed yesterday as their team rallied to beat the Cardinals. Three Cubs homered in the 8 to 5 when in front of 35,000 fans. One of those deep shots came from Anthony Rizzo, who says it was exciting to see the stands full again. It's incredible. You know, this is, uh, marquee weekend, always the weekends when the Cardinals are in town. It's just a great atmosphere. Jack Peterson and Willson Contreras also contributed home runs as the Cubs rallied from a 5 to 1 deficit. The game had an opening day atmosphere with Hall of Famer is Billy Williams, Fergie Jenkins, Lee Smith, Andre Dawson and Ryan Sandberg in attendance. Bill Murray led the crowd and take me out to the ballgame. The teams continue their series at 6 15 tonight, State correction officials say. Authorities are investigating the recent deaths of two inmates at the northwest Indiana prison. 39 year old Richard L. Canada died Wednesday at the West Ville Correctional Facility, while 36 year old Daniel R. Todd died May 29th at the prison. A Department of Correction spokeswoman says State police are leading the investigation into Canada's death, while Todd's is pending Toxicology results. The Westville prison is located about 25 miles east of Gary. Whether for today warm and human mix of clouds and sun could see some rain in the afternoon high near 87. I'm Marie Lane. This is W B easy news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Carnegie.

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Pederson, Arrieta Lead Cubs to 3-1 Win Over Darvish, Padres

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Pederson, Arrieta Lead Cubs to 3-1 Win Over Darvish, Padres

"Jack Peterson homered off Yu Darvish and Jake Arrieta allowed one run and four hits in five innings with the cubs three one victory over the Padres Darvish retired his first nine hitters before Peterson went deep to tie the game Darvish pitched well but took the hard luck loss when the cubs scored the go ahead run in the seventh on Anthony Rizzo's double play ball Sergio Alcantara homered off familia pecan with one out in the eighth his first of the season rex brothers picked up the win and Craig Kimbrel got the save I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh "Peterson" from HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

01:26 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Peterson" from HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

"Detectives are investigating why he was on those tracks. WGN sports Now here's Andy Maser. It was opening day two point Oh, at Wrigley Field. Yesterday, the Cubs respond with an 8 to 5 comfort behind wind down 5 to 1. They battled back with three in the fifth. Then at the sixth, Anthony Rizzo homered on the 14th pitch of his bat to tie it next inning. John Peterson untied with a two run double, and that was your ball game, Cubs and Cardinals in Game two of the series tonight on the North side. Al Hendrix is scheduled to make the start. White Sox had overcome the rain and a late homer to hang on to beat Detroit 524 in 10 Innings. Socks led the Tigers 4 to 2 heading into the ninth when the rains came when play resumed. Closure. Liam Hendriks, a lot of two run homer to tie the game, though the socks reclaimed the lead in the 10th and went on to the wind, White Sox and Tigers Game two of their series this afternoon at Comerica Park, Dylan cease will make the start for the White Sox Bears quarterback of the future. Justin Fields, Officially INXS rookie contract yesterday he signs a four year deal worth nearly $19 million. And like with all rookie deals, it does carry an option for 1/5 season. NBA playoffs yesterday had Philadelphia over Atlanta. 1 27 to 1 11 76 years now lead the Eastern semifinal series two games to one, and Phoenix beat Denver in Denver. 1 16 to 1 to the Sons now with a three goal lead in the Western semifinals. I'm Andy Maser, WGN sports. Thanks, Andy. Now, your forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Morgan Kohlmeier. Good morning. We start out this morning with temperatures in the sixties and seventies. Do point not far behind that as well. So a bit muggy out there this morning and we'll keep that into the afternoon. Winds are calm here early on with a Northeast wind did place this afternoon 5 to 10 gusting to 20 MPH said. Reading stay a bit cooler as a result, closer to 80 lakeside inland, expecting to get up to 90, or low nineties even more clouds than Sun, a few widely scattered showers and thunderstorms possible, especially later today and into this evening. Tonight, mid sixties tomorrow, back into the upper eighties and close to 90 from the WGN Mother Center. I'm Morgan Kottmyer. Yeah, right now. 74 degrees at O'Hare 77 at midway. It's a bit muggy out there some sun through the clouds downtown along Chicago's lakefront right about 68 degrees and don clip in on Chicago's very own 7 20. W G. M coming up this hour and how smart radio Lou Manfredini continues to take your questions about your home. And after 7 30 Lou will also be talking to a bug. Experts all about the brood 10 17 years. Keita's that are coming this summer and what.

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2021 French Open Odds: Iga Swiatek Is the New Betting Favorite

The Mini-Break

02:02 min | Last week

2021 French Open Odds: Iga Swiatek Is the New Betting Favorite

"Let's get back into the openness. Now of this. French open drawn. Honestly we can go quarter by quarter and of course. Our friends at tennis. Abstract provide a fantastic draw forecast. If you know the fivethirtyeight forecasts Perhaps if you follow electoral politics or you. Just use their forecast for nba championships. Whatever it may be tennis abstracts the place to go for tennis forecasts. You look at the women's singles draw forecast coming in to this round of sixteen eagles. Fan tech is a clear favourite via the their formula to win the event. She has a twenty seven point. Six percent chance of winning that of course is based on her elo rating. She's in up there with bardi and halif and terms at the top clay-court specific yellow ribbon. She's also thirty eight now in her last fifty two matches coming in second place. Well there's been some changes now. Because i'm not gonna lie. I'm recording this friday morning. And so i know some of the results that happened currently in second right now the only other player in double digits is a lean fit alina at ten point. Nine percent chance. You've got cocoa goth at nine point. Six you've got. You know serena only one point eight. It's actually vico with a five point nine and that's the highest in that section. Actually scratch that politics dosa who has been excellent. This season nine percent chance she would technically be fourth and again that top four via their forecast schon tech spit alina goff but dosa i mean i think we all would agree. Shan't is in a tear on in her on her own. At this point in you know again her result today it was a one in one victory for her over. Rebecca peterson which is only notable. Because it was freaking one in one and you lookin' again. Her last nine results straight-sets over peterson new. Von date back to last year's french open cannon. Put a rosca travec hallett to a see through silva she's been dominant. I mean her only loss on the clay courts this year was to ashleigh barty in madrid. And you know she then went on in one room

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Fresh update on "peterson" discussed on KIRO Nights

KIRO Nights

00:34 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "peterson" discussed on KIRO Nights

"Around 8 47 is we like to go into Shane's world, but Shane Peterson is on vacation. So we have Brady bones here. Brady bones filling in a spot on the ones and twos for Shane Peterson. So instead of doing that we're going to do is we're gonna pick Brady bones is bones. We're going to try to figure out what exactly is going on. And Brady bones his mind as it pertains to covid 19, because Brady ones I know you to be your 22 23 years old. You're correct, 23. All right. So Covid 19 has stolen a year from your life, Brady bones, and I want to hear all about it. But before we get to that, just so everybody knows. The Department of Homeland Security is seeing an increase in counterfeit products being sold in Washington. During the pandemic. So over the last 14 months, DHS has seen again counterfeit goods being smuggled into Washington and sold. So what kind of counterfeit goods are you talking about? It's basically like odds and ends, you know, I mean, like the counterfeit products that kind of stuff things that people would buy in China. But the goods often come into the country hidden on container ships at the port of Seattle whenever possible. DHS and local law enforcement tried cutting it right off at the port to prevent items from infiltrating the supply chain. But once they're out and about in society It's really difficult to try to track that stuff down. Uh, counterfeit products can often be dangerous because they don't have to go through the same safety checks as lawfully produced items. This is especially true of counterfeit sporting goods and between the pandemics, product scarcity and the increasing numbers of people wanting to get outdoors after quarantine sporting goods, one of the most common categories Of items that are being sold illegally right now, so only by named named Brand Brady Bones, So brittle bones the last year of your life in the pandemic. What has happened to you? How has it affected you? What has been going through your mind as a young man? Dealing with the pandemic. Well, I started off when the pandemic started. I was actually still in college. I was finishing up my senior year at Central Washington Diversity. Wow, That's bad times, but very bad time and Unfortunately, the biggest painful thing about that was cancelled My graduation. Didn't get to have that big moment. Captain down. Walk across stage. Go! Whoo! I did it! No, I didn't get that had a little nice little get together at my house with a couple of my friends and my family. Were you kind of sad about that? Was it kind of depressing? Oh, I kind of was sad about it. And then, like the whole thing was at that time. Everyone fully expected it covid.

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California DA Won't Seek New Death Sentence Against Scott Peterson

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

California DA Won't Seek New Death Sentence Against Scott Peterson

"A district attorney in California says she won't seek a new death sentence against Scott Peterson who was convicted of killing his pregnant wife in two thousand five the killing of laci Peterson is back in the news because California Supreme Court threw out the death sentence for husband Scott Peterson because potential jurors were improperly dismissed after saying that they opposed to capital punishment that prompted the Stanislaus county district attorney Burkett flattered to announce after speaking with laci's family she won't seek a new sentencing hearing in the case but Scott Peterson could also be facing the prospect of a new trial because of alleged juror misconduct a judge has to decide if that warrant a new trial and if so it could again raise the specter of the death penalty for Peterson convicted of killing his wife who was eight months pregnant around Christmas time two thousand two I'm Jackie Quinn

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Child Care Effect On Unemployment?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Child Care Effect On Unemployment?

"And the new lie is it's definitely childcare. Here. It is, while Street Journal editorial board the other day I've been trying to get through this story seriously for three days now it's called the childcare excuse for unfilled jobs. So you would think they had some data on that the left when they said child care was the reason nobody was going back to work. They don't Here's a quote the Peterson Institute for International Economics on Monday. Released. The study on parents in the workforce told Childcare was a problem. It would affect parents, right Study was lead by former Obama administration economist Jason Furman. Studies suggest that child care isn't the main factor keeping workers at home or even a significant one.

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Oatly, World's Biggest Oat Milk Company, Set to Go Public

Squawk Pod

00:18 sec | 3 weeks ago

Oatly, World's Biggest Oat Milk Company, Set to Go Public

"Milk brand oatley going public on the nasdaq today. ceo. Tony peterson on building. A ten billion dollar. Drink the reason why we started as a company it was to create the best milk period. We didn't try to mimic based milk or anything like that. We just wanted to do a milk. That was better for people on the

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Amed Rosario's Hit in 10th Gives Indians 2-1 Win Over Cubs

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Amed Rosario's Hit in 10th Gives Indians 2-1 Win Over Cubs

"The Indians pulled out a two one win over the cubs on Ahmed Rosario's bases loaded single in the bottom of the tenth Rosario also doubled on the Indians first run in the sixth inning before giving Cleveland a sweep of the two game series the Indians have won eight of their last nine with the lone loss coming in a no hitter by Orioles pitcher John means Chicago threatening each inning except the eighth but the cubs finished one for fifteen with runners in scoring position and stranded fifteen baserunners Wilson contrary us was four for five for the cubs John Peterson drove in the cubs only run with a double in the sixth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Davies, Pederson lead Cubs over Pirates 3-2, 4th win in row

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Davies, Pederson lead Cubs over Pirates 3-2, 4th win in row

"Zach Davies and three relievers combined to get the job done as the cubs defeated the pirates three to two Davies pitched seven shutout innings and only had one strikeout but his sinker was working witnessed fourteen ground outs games like this trying to keep the ball on the grounds as much as possible and just trying to get bad swings think that's where I succeed the most is when you you have often on swings and guys I put the barrel on the ball as much the cubs scored solo runs in each of the first three frames the cubs totaled nine hits on the afternoon with Jack Peterson leading the way with three singles to go along with that RBI and one run scored rex brothers got the last out in the ninth inning for his first save as the cubs have won four straight David Shuster Chicago

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Richards strikes out 10, pitches Red Sox past Mets 2-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Richards strikes out 10, pitches Red Sox past Mets 2-1

"Garrett Richards struck out ten in seven innings to lead the red Sox to a two to one victory over the Mets the right hander had struggled in his first four starts but he did not walk anyone and got some defensive help as a couple of minutes with throwing out on the bases it was his first win of the season memories are out you know and we're up there to put up zeros and then go deep into games and yeah we wanna game what to say just make meal Homer for the Mets and the second Boston tied in the third on a Bobby Dalbec solo shot before Rafael Devers broke the tie with an RBI single in the sixth David Peterson took the loss the Mets lefty allowed two runs on four hits in six innings Matt Barnes picked up his fifth save might make you so New York

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Drug Possession Poised to Become Misdemeanor in Washington

KIRO Nights

00:47 sec | Last month

Drug Possession Poised to Become Misdemeanor in Washington

"A felony before the state Supreme Court struck down our state's drug possession laws now under a new bill headed to the governor's desk. Knowing possession of drugs will be a misdemeanor car radios Hannah Scott reports. Democratic Senator Jaime Peterson says not voting for this bill leaves the state with Wild West. No criminal penalty for the possession of drugs. A stricter said it passed Bill made it a gross misdemeanor two uses a stick to get people into treatment. But the House lower that to just a misdemeanor on Lee offering treatment Something Republican Senator John Bronn says he knows won't work. If I talked about my nephew a few days ago, two days ago, he checked himself out of rehab. They found him in a hotel room dead. The governor signs the bill. Lawmakers have two years to come up with a permanent fix or revert. No law at all. Governor actually

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Democrat Troy Carter wins New Orleans-based U.S. House seat

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:24 sec | Last month

Democrat Troy Carter wins New Orleans-based U.S. House seat

"From the state house to the house of representatives. A democrat from louisiana wins a special election state. Senator troy carter defeated his state. Senate colleague karen. Carter peterson in saturday's special election. He'll fill the second district seat that was held for years by cedric richmond. Who stepped down to join the biden administration. The second district seat represents an area in new orleans extends up the mississippi river into baton

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Troy Carter Wins Louisiana's Only Democrat Seat in Congress

WBAP Morning News

00:27 sec | Last month

Troy Carter Wins Louisiana's Only Democrat Seat in Congress

"Has been elected to the U. S House refilling Louisiana's only Democrat held seat in Congress. State Senator Troy Carter defeated his state Senate colleague, Karen Carter Peterson, in Saturday's special election. He'll feel the second District C that was held for years by Cedric Richmond, who stepped down to join the Biden administration. Richmond endorsed Carter, the second District seed, represents an area in New Orleans and extends up the Mississippi River into Baton Rouge.

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Troy Carter Wins Louisiana's Only Democrat Seat in Congress

WBAP Morning News

00:27 sec | Last month

Troy Carter Wins Louisiana's Only Democrat Seat in Congress

"Has been elected to the U. S House refilling Louisiana's only Democrat held seat in Congress. State Senator Troy Carter defeated his state Senate colleague, Karen Carter Peterson, in Saturday's special election. He'll feel the second District C that was held for years by Cedric Richmond, who stepped down to join the Biden administration. Richmond endorsed Carter, the second District seed, represents an area in New Orleans and extends up the Mississippi River into Baton Rouge.

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Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

LGBTQ&A

02:13 min | Last month

Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

"Week. I can think of no better person to hear from than brandon. Wolff brandon is the survivor of the pulse nightclub shooting and since then has become one of the most visible and vocal activists in our community fighting from gun reform so on today's episode. We're going to do things a bit differently. We're going to revisit an earlier conversation with brandon originally aired on a luminary app. Just a heads up. He does she were few details about the actual shooting at polls. If you'd rather not hear that kind of thing you can scroll head about five minutes but before we do here that i we're gonna call brennan up to check in what he's been doing since we last spoke. Hello hey brandon jeffrey masters. Hey jeffrey how are you. I don't k- i think. Just okay how about you. I'm hanging in there. You know it is There's a lot going on some progress. Being made some challenges. But i'm hanging in there. Thanks you said there's a lot going on and on the morning that we're taping this just for context for everybody this week. We've been in the middle of the derek chauvin trial for the killing of george floyd of you days ago dante. Right twenty year old was killed at a traffic stop last night. Video was released of adam toledo thirteen year old shot in chicago. And this morning we learned about a shooting at a fedex. Facility in indianapolis eight were killed there and seven were injured on top of all of that. Is this epidemic of violence against trans people. Most recently to trans women in north carolina. My home state were killed. Jada peterson and one still unnamed. That makes fourteen trans people that we know of that have been killed just this year. That is almost one a week so when we talk about going numb is that unavoidable for self-preservation or is there a better way to look at it. Well i think it's a great question. And i appreciate you sort of laying it out like that because we're just talking about the things that that are happening right now in this moment really in the last week or two right but this is sort of a drumbeat of violence that is pervasive in american

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Lake Stevens man charged with murder for fatal bus shooting

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Lake Stevens man charged with murder for fatal bus shooting

"It's when he fatally shot a passenger on a transit bus has been charged with second degree murder ever. Police were called out the night of March, 7 to report the assault on a bus when they arrived. Jean Peterson was dead. Alejandra Meza told police. He argued with Peterson because Peterson was using drugs on the bus. Meza claimed he saw Peterson reach for something, so he shot him. Arraignment set for next week. Asian American groups

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'Wheel of Fortune' contestant loses over technicality

Richard Eeds

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

'Wheel of Fortune' contestant loses over technicality

"Foul after a contestant lost on a technicality. Yesterday, David Peterson thought he solved the puzzle when he said, soul flounder, cod and catfish, but he was crushed when host Pat Sajak said that was incorrect because Peterson said the word and which is not allowed under the rules. Next contestant quickly repeated the same list of fish but dropped the word and and one nearly two grand and a trip to Nashville. Brian shook NBC news radio.

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Managing People  What You Should Know  The Good Manager  Ralph Peterson - burst 16

A New Direction

03:33 min | 3 months ago

Managing People What You Should Know The Good Manager Ralph Peterson - burst 16

"Let's do golden rhythm golden golden rule myth number four. I'll get that out correctly By the way. I think this one is huge. Micromanagement is the new four letter word of management. It really is people think it's like cursing the idea micromanaging and the is people are like. Oh you should never micromanager team. If you're not willing to micromanage are not willing to manage. Micromanage is simply means that you are ensuring that they are doing what they're supposed to be doing and there is a lot of good. that comes out of micromanaging. Who do not like micromanaging. Those being micromanaged and your reason why people are being micromanager feeling like your breathing down there. And they're not the not getting it worked on on time. There are instances where i do know that there are people who and i'm going to admit that i have fallen into this category most of my management career. Because i didn't know anybody. Jimmy a long time to learn this but i used to think that i my job was to be a problem. Solver in my job as a manager was to wall my employees problems. And if you have somebody who's like that you can see them as a micromanager you're able to make any decision. they make. Every design for micromanage says micromanage. That i can see how that would be challenging to live under that. The idea of it. The idea micromanaging. Being bad is not bad. You can be way too aggressive. You can be way too inside this. I'm here to make all your decisions for you. Which i don't subscribe to any more far more comfortable with letting people make mistakes nats the pro. That was always my problem because when you the employees make a mistake on my watch. I'm the one responsible. I'm the wanna get blamed for it and that's why it's so hard to let you make mistakes. That's why i have learned that it's far more productive and you grow far more. I grow far more in. Our company grows far better if i managed by suggestion. And i give you the parameters to make the decisions like we do it. This way this way or that way i mean which one do you think is greater. Tell me let's run with it. You know and you can also make baby step decision. So you're not making one large decision so you can adjust without getting snowball too far right. I'm grown jay. I'm growing your. We're not gonna do golden rule myth number five because we have we have time so if you wanna know about golden rule math number five you need to really purchase this book. It's called the good manager. Being grade is overrated. We've been on a long time anyway. The greatest piece is to show you this degrades on if you saw. The greatest part of this book is the last page. I've given you a piece of trash all right right right. Yeah you know. Last page of the book opened it up in her. Let me see gone. Oh right right you can cut it out new. See if you have what it takes to manage this rolling the new evolved on the floor. We'll see that's awesome awesome. His name is wealthy tool. I i love that as names. Rough peterson the book is called the good manager and being great is overrated and he was

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

06:34 min | 5 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"The team i wanted to things is going to happen. Your salaries gonna get drug along as a result. Or if it's not your more viable and shop yourself to the highest bidder. How you become more viable. Here's a phrase for every job negotiation for every annual review. How can i be guaranteed to be involved in the strategic projects that are critical to the company's future instantaneous. Change in a way your employer fusion because when you go in and ask for raise empathy is about. How does your the side so you give said see you as selfish and most employers most bosses whenever the employee comes walking in the door after something for themselves. You condition your boss. You're selfish. you may not like that reality. it's unfortunately the reality when you change the conversation to. How can i help us all prosper. Now suddenly your boss. Your employer goes like whole now. Here's somebody wanna have around. Here's somebody's gonna to make my life. Better compensation is instantly transformed now. Either you'll get more money. You'll have greater experiences because also you don't want to be involved in a mundane at work. You want to see if your courageous you want the big ticket item. You wanna have an impact and then even if they don't give you a raise. The experience of being involved makes you five times more marketable than you were before the year started. So you you're vice. Basically is much broader mindset. Yet is something. Like how can i be often successors and why most as going from require is being a key player. In the most important things that the company does that's also been he allied with the willingness to take on additional responsibilities not to see that as navy lost avoid responsibility. But his if you've been taken on voluntarily his there's no difference between responsibility opportunity if the company is offering. Yeah what is that responsibility to you now. The highest levels of your company now have investment in making sure you succeed so you just gone from being. Maybe somebody struggling by themselves. Your responsibilities a critical to the everybody's future and everybody has a stake in you doing well. Because that's what you've taken on. I mean it's it's a virtuous cycle if you yes nelson makes you difficult to replace therefore much more effectively who salary sheesh a man absolutely. You had some really nice very practical tips for people. Negotiating initial salary. I thought you really smart One was if if if you're being interviewed for a new position and you're asked to find your starting salary to offer a range to say something like well. People in this position are often offered a hundred and twenty five to one hundred seventy five thousand dollars year as a starting salaries and to strategically do that. Something your desired salaries in the bottom end of that rage about well the that. Yes well. it's good question. Yes is the short answer. According to the. But i it's interesting that you would brazen s all for that has that is the danger of techniques that they can become manipulative. So that's why i wanted to talk about. The broader ethic can win and you also mentioned that it smart or someone who's negotiating or the first edition to also negotiate. Metrics spend their first grades which is even more for rights like you negotiate for how your salaries venture about it and how what it's going to be right at the beginning. I like me this question what we are now offering as range offering of a rage as now manipulative. I'm a nice guy. Just talk about that as manipulated art so from the talks that have heard you give jordan and some other stuff there's always additional nuances and factors to consider. You wanna stay off a one thing first of all just because what you're worth and what they can pay. You might not lineup and the experience for being. There may be more viable than adults. I gotta tell you right now. I go work for minimum wage to be warren buffett's assistant for a year. I will get him coffee. I would do anything and i and i do. I might do it for free. It'll be a position where i would learn so much. It's as much not handcuffing near the side in making somebody they can't get based on the number. You're looking for a great marriage so the range is to feel them out understand also when you give a range ended in the other side's within that range they're gonna take the end that most favors them so if you're gonna give a range you better be willing to accept the bottom number in the middle right right. What are the practical aspects of ranges question. I haven't relationship jim to that was exactly. I mean i guess maybe you could answer I would be happy with something in the range of one hundred and ten thousand two hundred and fifty thousand and because if you have to point out that other companies are making offers in this range. You have no for sure that other companies were may. There's no sense may adding a false negotiation for the purpose of picking up an advantage that seems to be very ads strategy. Also bad idea. I'm against any sort of deception by commission or omission. So yeah 'specially.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

06:39 min | 5 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"As the as the older makes capitalism. Is jesse human. Brains you under this. Under the necessity of it shows how tightly associated successful business development is with paying the game with other people and avoid cynicism about the process. I would say yeah. I agree completely. I mean nor are co author a book written between myself. My son brandon. Tall russ. Tall is a brilliant dude. I mean i would read anything any business book that he's written. I'd read any of his poetry but agreed is business books in one of the things he pointed out to us. By definition is a species. You only one of us had survived or the ones that collaborate were hardwired to collaborate. Should increase your collaboration skills. More people are going to want to do business with you and to your point. It's not always that measurable intermediate number. It may be a secondary and tertiary benefit. But you become wealthy by being great collaborator. Is there any difference. Negoti name with women versus longman on. That's a loaded question for sure. I we're gonna get into differences between men and women. I would love to do that. Because women take this style of negotiation of faster than the men at the top end and we got some fairly no qualitative data to back that up. Women are it's hard. there's so much nurture going on. It's hard to separate nature from nurture women are nurtured more to pick up on motion sooner. They're they're nurtured more to pick up on soft power sooner inhabit appreciation for emotional dynamics and how to utah power and so. That's why. I think that women have a tendency to be better at this. I mean some people that great negotiators the biggest fans ever women said soft power boys and little girls little boys taught to fight little girls the woman that bring them up. I know that inevitably the not going to be the more physically powerful so they are. They are nurtured early on to figure out how to get things without physically fighting. Oh how'd you get shaft negotia. That is the challenge independent on a couple of different hacks and all take practice just like any other soft skill. If you're genuinely curious it's not possible to get upset if you can stay in a genuinely genuinely curious frame of mind. You one of the people on a big fan of stephen kotler talks about the psychology of flow highly positive state of mind curiosities positive. You're smarter your brain is quicker and when you're genuinely curious you can't get angry interesting cat. Run across recently. Daryl davis daryl davis black musician utah talks klu klux klan members to quit clan. And i had a conversation with him about it and people say why. How do you get upset with these people. But you know you're black dude. They they openly say that they want to murder you he says well. I grew up internationally. I just look at it as a different culture. I'm just completely curious about where they're coming from. And what are they thinking about. It leaves him in a state of mind where he can deal with people that are against him. Personally that's interesting. One of the most useful general site lauch tackling see relationship flight and its challenges. His bond terry exploration and it's a particular large won't be very old grain center known as el maslansky full of basic prides like Hunger and thirst and temperature regulation defensive aggression and part of it also console of exploration so switching motive alter aspiration that's a motive being the stevie are wired invalid fewing higher the but it allows you to dig up information frighten an information scout and so and that's because you can trade information valuable things like no so If you if you're in this. I was starting. You buy your emphasis on unknown unknowns. Last ones again. You said you're listening very carefully. People even picked up these unknown unknowns and that is a consequence voluntary expiration. And having it's useful take on those normally the conversation. You're having presently but he has a what consequences for that on the station. These observations down road and so good. Now you just described opens himself up and says these people fought naked. There's some valuable things. I learned from them artist bar distances pain and and those things are of such value that they might be ordering and it is useful to approach in that this that everyone you encounter is a goldmine day formation specially. They don't therefore his option you don't wall and and you let something new as a consequence us later that just in your own veins which is reassuring off relating all completely true i mean and by definition the unknown unknowns it's really worthy hidden stuff overlaps in any given interaction. Your side is hide and stuff. I'm hiding stuff. How do we know what happens when we when when the hidden overlap. That's why do you can always be made better overall..

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"You you're gonna know right off the back if you if you're there to hear it and the analogy in business will not everybody wants to do the deal with you. Maybe want to exploit you. Maybe they want to take advantage of your. Maybe they see it as a one off either playing your fool you. You've got to pick that up in your in your everyday negotiations as well and he. He'll hear it if you're open to hearing he is it's avoiding. Preconceived notions is what really search down. Being too focused on a goal. Gidget gives you tunnel. Vision the Repeated game now when things election about is that you tell your children. It isn't important whether they win or lose. It's important how they play the game you. Yeah yeah but you don't necessarily understand what needs why you're telling your child out and they might say well it's obviously important on went so i know what you're telling me by the goal are brought replaced be invited to play as many games as possible not to win that particular game even though he was one. So you lay out is ethic which is to make yourself the best elaborated. The most desirable awesome collaborator across the longest terribly of large number of people. And then you can vote these techniques to use which about him being cold harsh niche it techniques of manipulation. God's going to say the big difference manipulation influence is really where you taken manipulations is up trying to hurt you influences. When i'm trying to help you save set of skills but where you coming from where you're trying to go right right now. With the lowest business relationships senate most business relationships ari back relationships. I was really struck by his stephen. The business world and his knee academic world has in the academic world. You put forward a claim on at least in the more scientifically oriented deals. The validity of your claim is dependent on the degree to which she all proper scientific procedure. So there's an objective way of sesing your rebellion in business a lot softer than having some manner. Because the measurement techniques process near the person's ability aren't something here and so relationship rebounds crucial and and it's very interesting to me to understand.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Co-authored never split the difference. A book on how to negotiate and a book on his experience as an fbi negotiator. This episode is brought to you by skill share skill shares and online learning community and is offering our listeners. A free trial of their premium membership. If you find yourself scrolling through socials or on netflix. Too much something like skill share is a better use of your time. There's so many fascinating classes there on. Topics including illustration design photography animation or productivity starting a small business coaching. I think i'm going to be taking greg. Mcewen's course on productivity in the new year skill share offers classes designed for real life so you can squish your learning experience into your life without putting your life on hold. Their short classes are a great fit for a busy routine. you can create real projects. Get the support of fellow creative so you can accomplish real growth explore your creativity at skill share dot com slash peterson where our listeners get a free trial of premium membership. That's two weeks. Free at skill share dot com slash peterson. I also wanted to mention. Dad's self authoring program because of the new year with code. Mp you can get fifteen percent off. He wanted me to mention it because of new year's resolutions and his program is fantastic. A no frills approach to goal setting and planning your future the code. Mp works on his self authoring suite. Which gets you to write your past present and future and figure out goals and how to accomplish them that self authoring dot com code. Mp for fifteen percent off great for your new year's resolution hope you enjoyed this episode if you do remember to subscribe very needs to.

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"I'm showing this now. I know you are practicing conscious. Control over a semi unconscious function. When you're exerting control over your breathing and breathing is strange. Because it does occur unconsciously but we can also modify it consciously. So it's right at the what would you say. The border between consciousness and unconsciousness interesting. Yes good a good point. Good point of view and we later. We modulate are breathing voluntarily. All the time when we're speaking and so it's also associated with the voice amazing. Yes that that is so and we saw in the brain scans in germany and hano one of the best to brain. Scans of the world doing this breathing. Normally we have a willful control over sixty percent of our Neural activity in our brain. And now they saw hundred percent noodle activation within the brain don consciously because we were doing the breathing exercises. You'd recommend doing this just once a day. Yes this opens up the sub-conscious part of our brain we are able to access into our subconscious and it is only logical. We don't have a harp of meat to be not within our control but we never are schooled therein and then later library began to pick up independent and day. You get to the ancestry you get into the subconsciousness. You get own dot which is outside of the system which the natives at day. We're saying. I bless your seven generations before and the seven generated. They knew all this doichev early. Then we westernised game. We took over their land. We stole it everywhere in our three guy de in australia. America everywhere we europeans. That's me the dutch very good at slavery and all that and trading old actor and now comes to an end. I say we got to go back to our what native nece make sense and a making the sense spiritually with do feet on the ground is liberating the captivated souls of our forefathers which is directly a with seen within the proteins within our jeans and now we are there and i've been talking to noble prize winners on the dna about this. I'm going to ask you two questions. I just want to clarify something. So i if i wanted to start this i could start by thirty second cold shower and i could also start by the same day. Doing thirty breaths of the sort that you recommended now is just full x. Hail full inhale and did you hold it here. I got a free app on.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

05:19 min | 6 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"That we become more integrated cycle physiologically. Yes okay so you you went into cold water and then you practiced staying in there longer and longer and that and found that if you were able to what to voluntarily would you say cooperate without deep breathing that enabled you to stay in longer and longer. Yes like ten and i play. This is playing and it was this gut instinct that drove you to yes to experiment with this. It must have been extremely difficult that that was surprisingly not there. No difficulty whatsoever. I was ready actually to go in. I had debated so much. It's like oh get the fuck shot up. I wanna i wanna do something you know at moment like your water you all with this minding about it. All you want to peel. and so. When i went to the water i felt great. I'm having all sorts of trouble regulating my physiology for a variety of reasons. I'm very ill. And i'm very interested. In your accounts of psycho physiological integration and immune. It's it's It's damaged from a medication. I can't stop myself from moving. I am right now. It's willpower that stopping. But i have to move all the time uncontrollably feeding technique because it works deeply on a reset of the neurology. Can you assure i will show you. Okay i explained the working principle of this breathing. Technique is that we alkalis the body. Do we bring up the ph level so much like we spike it to eight where normally has to be three seven point. Three seven point four mostly. We are below. We bring it to seven point. Eight eight and and that's a logarithmic scale. Yes and and that that that that is not good but it spies it only spikes and that activates the adrenal axis deeply. They found out that the adrenal axis is spiked. Because of the bike. We give it to the body. You will experience in this podcast. I'll show you. What can i can. I do it along with you. Yes yes of course you guys want to do it. Yeah jess tell me how you feel afterwards. Okay we just you want round. I recommend you do it jordan. You do it whenever you feel anxiety or deep neurological deficiency or whatever that means i should be doing it about two or three hundred times a day. I would say i think do this. Then it's like staying away along a and longer time but let's do it. Okay okay here. We are relaxed. Take a deep breath all in let it go all. I will take the telephone. Then see how long you gotta stay. I around ninety seconds one half minutes after the exultation without a without air in the lungs for ninety seconds not force. That is deeply into the neurobiology. You will see. Just follow me. And i will show you here on the timer that you do and we'll talk while an essay. What is happening. 'cause you feel it okay. All right there. We go this by the way this technique with this. we've Changed fundamentally a medical sides of our perspective of what we can do within our physiological depth against bacteria viruses depression. Not logical diseases at drop. But now you will experience. So i will show to the camera. The numbers okay. I can do so. Now gotta julia in food earlier. Nadda early.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"I'm dr jordan. be peterson. and i'm the kayla. Peterson and we have the great privilege. Today of speaking with who must be one of the world's most remarkable men someone whose work i followed for years in astonishment. I would say he doesn't seem real and if you meet him we've only met him briefly he also doesn't seem real then as well he's he's performed many remarkable feats That i would say would have been regarded as impossible before he did them. And so we're gonna talk to today. About what those feats are and how. He thinks he manages it. So you wanna take it away. Michaela sure So you you have your method your whim off breathing method. You talk a lot about cold therapy and meditation and you've done things like injected had endotoxin injected into you and you haven't had a noticeable immune response so could we maybe start with. How did you get started with. Say the cold therapy that you teach. And what have you done. I mean give the to give the viewers and listeners some sense of your of your accomplishments that way they can put your method into context by knowing what it's allowed you to do. I know you've run marathons in the arctic and swamp swam under the arctic ice. And but i'd like to let you discuss that. Yeah a long time. I was seeker but any secret becomes a finder. I became a finder way. were inaccurate. Feel connect deeper. I was looking through philosophies and debating into that is to feel deeper to have a deeper understanding of myself and that deeper understanding that came not through debating and philosophy but it it came like in a moment in an instant by going. After were i was attracted to go into goldwater. I wasn't sure what was a gut feeling as secret. Became a fine day i went. Hud cold order an instantly. That brought me in deeper physiological depth of myself and it was like this. Is it feeling so first of all. How old were you when that happened. And second. do you have any sense of what attracted you to the cold water. This is gut feeling a gut feeling. Got me to cold water after debating for years and philosophi- and trying out all kinds of stuff than in a at a certain moment the gut takes over its flair and your gut tells what to do but we mostly followed the thoughts and what we think of things instead of following what we feel deeply insight we get disconnected there from alienated from but i followed that god feeling i wounded and that is his forty four years ago since then i ever.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to season three episode. Thirty five of the jordan. Be peterson podcast. I'm michaela peterson jordan's daughter. This is an interview. Podcast filmed recently november. Twenty twenty with wim hof. The video version of the podcast is available on my youtube. Channel at mackillop peterson videos. Or you can just type in wim hof jordan peterson. And that'll bring you right to the episode had wim hof on my podcast and dad co hosting but like usual as in one other episode. I let him do most of the talking. So we're putting it up on both podcasts. I think this'll be the format from now on for interview. Podcasts that are from my podcast. They'll all be available here and in video version on my youtube channel. Wim hof is absolutely incredible. He's also known as the ice man. But i'll leave his intro. The dad does in the actual episode a heads up. Dad mentioned in the episode that he hasn't been feeling well. And i'm happy to tell you that he's feeling much better since this was filmed. So don't worry. I hope you enjoy this episode. If you do please remember to hit. Subscribe for more. I want to tell you guys about an app slash website. I use called thinker dot org. I absolutely love it. If you're someone who reads a ton or wants to learn fast this is for you. It certainly for me. Thinker dot org. That's t. h. I n. k. r. dot org allows you to read or listen to hundreds of titles in a matter of minutes. I read a ton. Mostly research staffer books from the people. Are dad podcast with. This isn't the same as reading an entire book. But if you need to get through information quickly or if you want to consume more and don't have the time which is kind of where i'm at thinker you to read or listen to hundreds of titles in a matter of minutes from old classics like how to win friends and influence people to recent best sellers. The app gives you the gist of the book. And the main ideas. Which kind of gives you all the juice really quickly for people reading a ton or those who want to get through a lot of information quickly i would highly recommend dot org also use it..

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Her pronouns in her twitter. Yeah that that's not good is funny not doesn't mean it. Yeah not that that makes it. No that might even. That might even be worse. Yes i mean isn't it. I what i find to be strange as the. I have an obsession with this word. Latin x bad one. I have an obsession with this word. I think it's partly because as a kid. I grew up around my spanish speaking family members on my mother's side often and you know by the time i was adolescent i. I wasn't fluent. But i had you know enough of a familiar familiarity with the language to communicate and when i got to columbia. I heard this word that i'd never heard before all my days speaking to my puerto rican family members and it was sold as a word. You know the new polite term for hispanic americans that you know hispanic. Americans are demanding much like this accession of african american and black from the earlier negro and colored which used to be the polite terms. Of course. I couldn't be further from the truth when pew polls hispanic americans about what they prefer to be called. They find ninety five ninety six percent. Say please don't call call latin nex. Either i haven't heard of that or i've heard of it and i don't like it and so the so it's one thing for there to be an elite bundle. How could there be. There's nothing inherently wrong with that everyone lives in a bubble but what what strikes me with. Particular force is when the elite are completely unaware of how they're peculiar. I should say our peculiar moral sensibilities are not shared by the general public and therefore forced their sensibilities on the general public. And there's nothing there's almost nothing more philosophically repugnant almost spiritually repugnant than the attempt to force a particular language usage about that. That's a deep violation of of of individual freedom. It's not obvious how language evolves and how we all accept new words but to have them coined by ideologues and then forced into usage by moral threats. Let's say there. There's there's something about that that that's it works you. Yeah me too. I mean that yes. It irks me very deeply. It's an active domination but it's an active domination that that is all the more pernicious for the fact that the people doing the dominating often don't even know it like like elizabeth warren in her presidential campaign used the word. Lat next if you think about it from her perspective she should be desperate to win. Over the ninety five percent of hispanics she should be desperate not to alienate them right. She has every incentive to and she still uses the word. Latin next question is why any you know i can only think. It's because the hispanics in her immediate circle are all themselves elites within the bubble. Who like this word right. So so the the bubble that is not aware of itself ends up imposing things on on on everyone else and alienating the show kamala using putting her pronouns in her bio is the example that that made me think of this. I mean who who are you. What are you. Who are you signaling to. When you do that i think you're signaling to my peers at columbia are like that. But is the democratic base going to like that hell no the democratic base and the wider country. Of course not what you're signaling to what you're saying is i'm perfectly perfectly fine alienating. Seventy percent of the country. Say if it means ingratiate. Ingratiating myself to this particular minority. That has a lot of cultural power and sway right now and that sends that sends a very bad signal if democrats keep doing that. They should be very worried about too. I think that it would seem to me to be more logical in this early stage of the new regime to signal the ability to resist that sort of temptation rather than the willingness to be preemptively intimidated. You think she's maybe she's not even intimidated. May mean maybe she is but maybe she's just surrounded by so many people telling her that that's the right thing to do that. She believes that is that possible. I mean her circle might be a whole bunch of people who all have their pronouns in their bio. I think that that that is likely true. And who knows. Maybe they're trying to play split strategy. Where biden plays to the middle and kamala appeases the woke. But we'll see. Yeah well i hope. I hope that things go well. i mean obviously. This transition is a mess. I hope that the vast majority people up here in canada wish everybody in the us well while they go through this convulsive process of of changing your government and that it's a chain of the better that would be something it should not be convulsive. I'm i'm personally embarrassed as an american that a sitting president is declaring victory. Like as if we're a third world nation that struggles with you know authoritarian dictators coming to power. It's embarrassing to me well. It is striking. Though how close your elections have been what for the last. Four elections country is so evenly split down the middle of. Its kind of miracle or you could say. The party's just do a very good job of competing with one. Another is another way of thinking about it. Yes yes fair enough and equally valid way of thinking about it any idea when your book is going to be finished and and then also published a depressingly long time from now so much so that it's not worth dwelling upon. Well that's good. It gives you something important to do continually and the opportunity as you said to to clarify your thoughts. There's nothing like per protracted writing to help you manage that absolutely well.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Next Murphy's interview with Jordan Peterson wrote the join me now is probably by the world's most famous intellectual certainly most famous intellectual Canada in the last twenty years and he will be with me about the role of the university and about his meteoric rise to intellectual and media influence Dr Jordan Peterson I'm going to start on on an incidental thing at least to me and has bothered me since you became known as it is now to all the world and that was in very early days of the the controversy that came to you when the University of Toronto sent you some military letters that I thought I've used this word before insolent that I thought were against the spirit of university that they weren't supporting you there are actually threatening you yes and that said to me something beyond the converse something deeper is wrong here that universities are this diversity is is upside down how did you reason that how did they get there they could be so completely unaware drone decision well I think a lot of it was was confusion and and the lack of experience with this sort of thing I mean University of Toronto is a peaceful place and rather conservative university all things considered the administration isn't prepared to handle a controversy of the nature that swirled around me they were used to making enter administrative decisions and when they were put on the spot and forced to defend their fundamental presumptions let's say it isn't clear that they were ready and prepared to do so partly because of lack of practice it isn't necessarily the case that you climb the administrative in university by engaging in continual philosophical reappraisal of the fundamental presuppositions of university as an institution you know it's much more of job and so I'm going to say everything I can in favor of the University of Toronto before I say thing I've found too that when I've been put on the spot by journalists and ask to defend let's say customs that everyone has always accepted like marriage yeah it's very difficult to generate a hence for such institution off the top of your head let's say because part of the whole purpose of customs is that everyone except you don't think it reflects the they're unstated presuppositions and so when you put on the spot you don't know what to do when I first got the letter the first letter and I know how HR departments work they send you one letter of warning so that it's documented and then they send you another so that it's documented they send you a third and if you haven't ceased by then while then they go to the next step which would be something to do with whatever approximation determination they might do document you yes yes and they're documenting all the steps and I told the person who delivered the letter to me whose personnel actually got along with quite well that it was full of errors and it was poorly renton and that they should take it back and properly followed and because if they were going to do this they better do it right there there was going to be trouble and I didn't mean that I was going to cause trouble necessarily but that there was going to be trouble but they didn't it back so I read it on Youtube so and and then I did the same thing with the second letter and then I met the Dean and after that and we'd agreed we had a quite congenial discussion I would say and we agreed to have a discussion at least a debate would never was a debate it was I don't know what they call those now they can't be debates they were forums or something something not a debate about free speech on campus that was the three sorry I saw that it was quite was but they did do it which which was something you know and I've also heard that behind the scenes because I had some friends who some colleagues who have some access to administrative decisions and they believe that the University of Toronto in the aftermath of all this has actually reconfirmed its internal commitment to free speech so and you know I don't know how much of that is true but I'm willing to give them a certain amount of of benefit of the doubt but it's important to understand that people can be caught unaware and the other thing too is that they actually did me a bit of a favor because one of the things like claimed in the Youtube video that I made was that what I was doing by making the video was probably illegal yes I remember and their lawyers basically said it was probably illegal and so that also helped establish my bonafides let's say as a reasonable interpreter of of the law and so it wasn't all bad although it was extraordinarily stressful that demonstrations that followed how is it that any university which is of all things obviously the exercise thought training in mind and therefore the power of expression that comes as a result goes to things that the say things we're on the banner of reason and exercised mind that's what it is so how come how comes at that on certain issues the transition under one of the politically correct once that suddenly I don't need his language being being bent it's been turned upside down in some cases it's also geologist's are floating out Derby seconds with new rules on them to a word you never heard yesterday is somehow or other prejudice if you say today League to very much like the idea of dead naming the very one I was thinking that didn't exist two days ago and now if you dead someone doesn't exist you're in violation of something or when have we let go to straps that kept us either just something light reason or whenever we lost our nerve that when people come to you and they say two things that you know not from bias are nonsense that they can simply be dismissed as nonsense with no peril whatsoever well you're all you're assuming that we have nerve I mean sorry I mean so some people have nerve but one of the things I've learned over the last three years because really this all started North Tober of two thousand sixteen was that the percentage of people who have nerve is very small and vanishingly small you know I've met People Douglas Murray has nerve yeah that's sure Roger Scrutinize nurse. She has Lindsey Shepherd has nervous yes there's a handful of people that I've met who you can't move and one of them I would say try well succeed I would say it and I've met a number of journalists who've I've had my fair share of conflict with journalists that's for sure I would say talking to journalists is the most stressful thing I've done apart from talks at university campuses journalism that's just a sidetrack because very good issue journalists I've been playing at it from margins for a long time the journalism is very much corrupted it is not the media in the middle it is in many cases wittingly or unwittingly partisan it is part of the game that it says it's covering journalism is one of the failing institution yes as much as universities well you know there's there's technological reasons for that you know the journalists journalism as such is under unbelievable pressure from the new technologies you to podcasts in particular which of course also vastly expanded what constitutes journalism and so journalists are running scared it's very difficult for them to to find paying jobs it's their staffs for sure inking the newspapers are in trouble television stations are vanishing and so there's increasing desperation I would say as well as decreasing professionalism among those who still practice and so some of it's the personal failings of the ideologue who happen to be occupying positions at eighty logs occupy but some of it's a consequence of these transformations in in in communication technology that are so vast that they're actually is of people which is one walloping network yeah but podcast maybe ten times as popular so it and that's all underground interesting yeah they don't attract as much attention or as much much controversy maybe because they're more silos in some sense but the journalists are fighting a losing game and and I think as you fight a losing game I've seen this happen with corporations you lose your best people first and then the death spiral begins and I think we're seeing exactly that and then that's exaggerated by this proclivity to polarization that also might be part and parcel of the technological changes okay let me let me sweet back to that were nerve I know because I follow you how deep your respect and attention to Alexander Solzhenitsyn is if he's if you have a hero obviously is it now in the Soviet Union should be gone styling he had steel over here when okay we have trans activist group that's the thing yeah and you almost almost innate we know that this is absurd and you say well I don't think I'm GonNa say it's absurd what are we afraid of we wars and say we gave all our soldiers will preserve democracy and freedom of speech there is no there is no loss if you decide to challenge in terms of any contrast with the totalitarian systems where if you said something you really did pay a price we're seeing new over here lose job well you could be hauled in of quasi-judicial Tribune's as well I mean they're certainly willing to do that I think the human rights tribunals should my opinion they should be AH travesty they're they're they're yes we're setting up these quasi-judicial in positions in all sorts of constituted because I read the biographies of some of the people who were I wanted to be judging their own calls in this context it's because people judging the causes precisely but I think what's happened in British Columbia with this case's what's what's the person's name Jessica or Jonathan I prefer Jonathan Jonathan in front of the charge and I asked the question if sixteen people are of this mind and one person's of this who is the which is the more likely the off yet well it it seems it seems irrelevant I mean it's a consequence you know one of the things I pointed out with Bill C sixteen was that it contained multiple Oh contradictions especially in the background policies which I had read in quite a bit of detail they were formulated in Ontario although the Federal Government remove the link on their website to those policies after I pointed out the fact that link existed which I thought was unbelievably underhanded and still believes central states of being in the world and if you entertain a set of propositions that are internally contradictory then you're going to run yourself into all sorts of sharp objects and and and and and dead ends and that's exactly what's happening and it it it every time and I thought this really for three years every so you think that there's no possible way that this can get more absurd than one more example comes up where it's more absurd and I would say the situation in BC's precisely that I mean one of the women that he's persecuting because I think he and this.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"To follow the show on social media were posting plenty of info on the big conversation this first program with jordan peterson and susan blackmore plus some of the short bite size video segments from that conversation as well you want to go and check those out to the big conversation don't show as well where you can get hold of all of that material let's return to part two of a first big conversation welcome back to the program we're talking about the psychology of belief do we need to make sense of life my guests jordan peterson and susan blackmore and we're talking about jordan's new book especially twelve rules for life an antidote to chaos we were talking just in that last section about whether faith religion christianity specifically has been of benefit alternately for people in the world there's a section actually in jordan's book where he says this christianity elevated the individual soul placing slave and master common a nobleman alike on the same metaphysical footing rendering them equal before god in the law it's nothing short of a miracle he has very high view of what christianity has done for the world whether or not it's objectively true what do you take from that evidence that i was discussing earlier that there's plenty of now that the most dysfunctional societies also the most believing societies there are lots of hypotheses about why that is the case but i would like to challenge children on the implication that he put before that because a lot of these of moral stunts today comes from religion not all of it does that it has to have that as a basis i don't think it does i feel very grateful to live in a country where now us the majority not religious it's just tipped over in the latest polls and in fact coming up on the train from devon today i got chatting with various people the assumption that i find here i don't know what it's like in canada is always start with seeming someone's an atheist nelia with turns out to be the oh the religion stuff you know it's very very common in this country now we have not descended into being terrible country we yes we have our problems early on in the in the experiment i suppose ten years yes i will await with interest in hope i live long enough to see but then if we look at many of the scandinavian countries which are where head of us in in that move they have wonderful health systems welfare state support for people out of work and so i'd be interested in hearing your response to all this then jordan did ultimately we can divorce the the good principles that we may have had in some respects from religion from religion family still leave efl happy so dependent see a lot of this depends on your definition of religion like i know perfectly well from my own empirical studies that there's at least two disparate sets of phenomena that might be regarded as religious right there's the dogmatic element which is really what suits referring to when she talks about the pathology of religious belief and there's the spiritual meant and dog matic element tends to appeal to people who are essentially conservative in their temperamental nature and i mean that scientifically speaking and the meaningful element the spiritual element let's say tends to appeal to people who are more liberal in their in their temperamental fundamentals and religion overall is a continual dialogue between the dogmatic element and the spiritual element and if either of those exceeds its proper boundaries then there's a degenerate of consequence like if the spiritual types get the upper hand then the structure disappears if the dogmatic types get the upper hand then everything clamps down into too much stasis so to to make a direct plane say between the existence of dog matic belief in the pedal society and then to assume that that encompasses the entire relationship between religion and the functioning of society i think is based upon a narrowing of an unfortunate narrowing of the.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to the jordan peterson podcast you can support these podcasts by donating to dr peterson's patriot the link to which can be found in the description dr peterson self development programs self authoring can be found itself offering dot com professor jordan peterson is a clinical psychologist at the university of toronto in canada he read a book while back on the common truths that he found embedded in myths and legends and in some of the earliest bible stories he says that when you pull apart the story of adam and eve kind able you can find all kinds of truths about human beings belief morality but betas and taught at harvard and other universities and then in two thousand sixteen something happened he was catapulted into international prominence and he spoke out against new legislation in canada that would have compelled him and others to use gender neutral pronouns and for this he was hailed as a defender of free speech and announced as transphobic a word he doesn't much care for jordan peterson's university lectures on youtube have become spectacularly popular and he's a straight and speaking to a saw that almost instantly he something of phenomenon right now but interestingly neither his attack on the left and his loudest supporters from the old right really seem to be listening to what he actually has to save jordan peterson's written called twelve rules for life which offers advice like stand up straight with your shoulders back set your house in perfect order before you criticize the world issue what is meaningful not what is expedient and do not bother children when they are skateboarding our jordan hello twelve rules twelve rules to guide you towards what happiness or something else no not happiness happiness is something that happens to you if you're fortunate and it's a byproduct of pursuing perhaps byproduct fortunate byproduct of pursuing what you should pursue and that's not happiness it's it's not that first of all happiness doesn't tide you through periods of tragedy and betrayal and loss so if that's the purpose of life while what happens when things aren't going well what what you have then it's better to pursue things that are meaningful and.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to the jordan be peterson podcast you can support these podcasts by donating to dr peterson's patriarch the linked to which can be found in the description dr peterson's self development programmes self offering can be found itself authoring dot com well i have a question i guess i'd like to know a little bit more about why you specifically chose the title the master and the emissary yeah that that's in an attempt to explain what i believe to be the relationship is huge again hemispheres and that like most other things in life the inequality nascent metrical and this one of the brain hemisphere seized more than the other that is the one that i've designated the most and is the right hemisphere that's weird inversion because people often think of the left hemisphere is the one that's like dominant they do they do traditionally that's been the case but as is becoming ever clearer of the right hemisphere this has been a real steep learning curve for some people but the right hemisphere is in many ways more reliable sees more understands more than the left hemisphere move like a little hybrid highfunction bureaucrats in a way and the idea of the story was simply that certain masses needed to be delegated not into because as it were the master couldn't do everything he needed an emissary to go abroad and do some of it but also say that he must not get involved with a certain point of view otherwise he'd lose what it was that he did to see.

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"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to the jordan be peterson podcast you can support these podcasts by donating to dr peterson's patriotic the linked to which can be found in the description dr peterson's self development programmes self offering can be found itself authoring dot com that's a hell of a welcome for someone who's going to talk about the bible sms so i thought i would get farther than through genesis by by this point but i'm i'm not unhappy about the pace either i've learnt a tremendous amount and so hopefully what we'll do today's finish genesis completely and then i think i'll try just started up with extra this in may depending on what happens next year i have a busy travel schedule and but i would really like to do it i really like the exodous story and i understand it very well a lot of the stories in genesis especially after the first few stories say up to the tower of babel i had to do a tremendous amount of learning about which has agreed good but i do know the exodous story so i'm really looking forward to that so so let's dive right into it and see how far we can get today so will review first so joseph's father is jacob and jacob is the patriarch of israel essentially that the father of the twelve tribes and uh we we might remember that are he had a very morally embitterment halfway through life and it's one of the things that i think so interesting about the the stories in the in old testament is that.

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