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Fresh update on "peterson" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"And it's now 6 36 on Wall Street and it's time for the Bloomberg sports update. Here's Scott siding bird. Good morning, John for just the 5th time this season, the Yankees have lost consecutive games falling to the pirates in Pittsburgh last night, 5 to two spoiling Jameson's return to his former team. Taylor allowed 5 runs on 6 hits in 5 and a third innings picking up his first loss since April 11th. Here was Aaron judge after the game. You know, they made it a couple of times with double plays. I wish I couldn't really get that big hit to kind of get the momentum going on our side to kind of get their role in, you know, they started off with a couple. Home runs there to kind of put us in a deficit, but you know, like we were done before we were worried about that and thought we'd come back, but they were the oldest down there all the way till the end. Luis severino will get the start tonight. Max Scherzer returned from the IL last night, he struck out a season high 11 in 6 shutout innings allowing just two hits, but the mets would fall to the reds one zero in the bottom of the 1980s. David Peterson gets the start tonight. Tennis at Wimbledon Novak Djokovic rallying from two sets down to defeat Yannick sinner in advance to the semifinals. Rafael Nadal faces American Taylor Fritz in today's quarterfinal. I'm Scott seitan Berg with Bloomberg sports. John? Well, thank you, Scott. It is
Escobar, Peterson lead Mets past Rangers 4-3
"The Met snapped a three game slide with a four to three win over Texas David Peterson earned his 5th win He struck out ten with no walks in 6 innings I think it was just attacking the zone being able to get a lot of first pitch strikes and kind of put them behind the ball and be able to use the counters I wanted Defense was great The med school and all that runs against Glenn Otto in the fourth inning highlighted by Eduardo Escobar is three run Homer Marcus Simeon two hits in a homework for Texas Metz now 48 and 29 the range is 36 and 39 Mike mancuso New
Why Dennis Was Very Moved at a Recent Daily Wire Event
"Last night, 3000 people, the vast majority of whom were young. In other words, I would say under 35. Certainly under 40. To the great credit of daily wire that sponsored the event that's the Ben Shapiro organization. 3000 people. Again, mostly young. And Ben and his daily wire are associates all terrific guys, many of whom have been guests on my show, had a dialog. Then there was intermission. Then I was introduced, we Ben and I spoke, then we had Jordan Peterson, he was introduced. The people did not expect the people did not expect me, and they did not, they did not expect Jordan, so there was a real eruption of sentiment that applause. It was very, I was very moved in both cases for myself and for Jordan. So then Candace Owens was a Candace Owens. I forgot to mention, was there from the beginning. So yeah, I'm going to ask a good question, Sean asks if there's a video you can watch. You would love it. You would truly love it. I mean, Jordan Peterson Ben Shapiro, Candace Owens, myself, and three, four of his top people at daily wire. It was one of those moments where one of my personal attitudes was expressed itself. And that is, there are two types of temperaments, those who people who want to be stars from those who want to be on an all star team. My own temperament is I want to be on an all star team. So I felt that I was on one last night, and it was, it was a wonderful experience
Fortes solo HR with 2 outs in bottom of 9th, Miami tops Mets
"The Marlins pulled out a three two win over the mets on a solo Homer by rookie Nick fortes with two out in the bottom of the 9th Fortes drove an O one pitch from Adam out of vino into the left field seats allowing the Marlins to avoid a three game sweep It came shortly after the Met stranded a runner on third leaving them one for 13 with runners in scoring position Miguel Rojas also homeward from Miami one of four hits off New York starter David Peterson over 7 innings Brandon nimmo homered and Pete Alonso collected his NL leading 69th RBI with a double that put New York ahead two to one I'm Dave
Swanson homers twice, Braves hold on to beat Giants 7-6
"Dansby Swanson had three hits including two home runs to lead the Atlanta Braves to a 7 to 6 victory over the San Francisco Giants The braves won three of four from the Giants and are now within four games of the NL east leading New York mets Swanson hit his 11th and 12th home runs of the season and drove in three Travis darnold also had three hits Austin slater and Jack Peterson had solo home runs for San Francisco Brave starter Kyle Wright picked up his 8th win of the season Gary mckillop's
Yaz, Pederson, Wynns power Giants past Braves 12-10
"The Giants put up three in the 9th outlast a hot braves 1210 and even the four game series at one one Catcher Austin wins led the Giants offensive charge with three hits including a three run Homer and four RBIs Cape capler says wins got it done Austin has come over and had quality at bats It doesn't always been as pretty as it was tonight you know the Homer and driving the baseball several times and finding holes Jack Peterson also honed for the Giants and Mike is Trotsky broke out of a one for 19 slump with a two run go ahead double in the 6 that put the Giants ahead for good The braves crash four homers including two by Matt Olson but it wasn't enough as a brave loss for only the third time in Joan Jim Hart Atlanta
Burnes, Adames lead Brewers to 10-2 rout of Mets
"Milwaukee manager Craig counsel became the winningest skipper in franchise history as his brewers beat up on the mets ten to two Council and his a season at the helm pass Phil Garner what the 564th 5th of his career It's humbling for sure And I think what I told the players I feel a lot of gratitude for everything that they've contributed to it They do the heavy lift in Milwaukee starter Corbin burns taught 6 innings striking out 8 with no walks The brewers use a 7 run 5th frame that's on 13 batteries come to the plate and was broken open by a Jace Peterson pinch hit two runs up to keep the inning going as the brewers won for just a second time in 11 games The mets managed just 5 hits in the loss but still sit in first place in the national league east Mike Moyer New
Nimmo, Canha each drive in 3 runs as Mets defeat Angels 7-3
"The mets avoided their first three game skid of the season as Brandon nimmo and Mark Cana led them to a 7 three win over the angels Nimmo was in a three for 25 skid before providing a solo Homer and a two run double It was a good night for the top of the lineup and for the lineup as a whole you know we were able to put up some runs and keep the pressure on them and not really let them come back Can it also had two hits and three RBIs for the NL east leaders David Peterson got the win by working two and two thirds innings in relief of Tyler McGill Jonathan Diaz was a loser Brendan marsh had three hits and the first multi Homer game of his career for the angels who have dropped 15 of 16 I'm Dave
Ruf hits 2 HRs, Junis wins 3rd straight as Giants beat LA
"Darren ruff and Jack Peterson carried the Giants offense in a 7 two win over the Dodgers Rough delivered two home runs and four RBIs while Peterson went to for four with two ribs Jacob junis won his third straight decision to get to four and one allowing two runs and 5 hits over 5 innings before leaving with a strained hamstring Gavin Lux belted a Homer that drew the Dodgers within three to two in the top of the 5th but the giant scored four in the bottom half Dodgers starter and loser walker Bueller left after four innings due to discomfort in his throwing elbow allowing three runs in four hits I'm Dave
Brewers rally for 4 in 9th to stun Padres 5-4
"And I'm probable 9th inning comeback as the brewer scored four runs in the 9th inning for a 5 to four win over the Padres After 8 innings of lifeless offense the brewers got to work in the bottom of the 9th inning against padre closer Taylor Rogers Andrew McCutchen's RBI single capped off a wild inning Guys are getting on base Guys getting hit by pitches you know and I'm just like dude this is gonna happen you know You could just fill it We could feel the energy shift The hit snap that over 32 skid from mccutcheon Rogers did not record an out in that inning He hit two batters kept unraveling loaded the bases for Jace Peterson's game tying triple He was then lifted from the game Chuck Friedman
Morel hits sac fly in 10th as Cubs beat Brewers 4-3
"With the game winning sack fly as the cubs defeated the brewers for three and ten innings Jason Heyward scored the winning run and then the cubs dugout came out to mob a very happy morale He's amazing This moment for me My first experience woke up So he's amazing for me Thank you God for this moment My family my country but run over Mercedes And I'm so happy Wilson Contreras added a pair of hits with Mark leiter junior picking up his first victory since the 2017 season for Milwaukee Jason Alexander made his major league debut going 7 innings and Jace Peterson had three hits which included a triple and a pair of doubles David Schuster
Marte, Plummer power Mets to 13-5 rout of Nationals
"The first place New York Matt spent 16 hits including three homers as they hammered the national 13 to 5 The mets came from behind scoring two in the first four in the second and three talents in the third and fourth frames paced by another big knife for left Fielder Nick plummer who was three for four with four runs driven in and became the first player to met history to hit a home run each of their first two major league games That's great You know this is what this is what you know you envision coming over here and being a part of this club and ultimately coming out with a win The Nats were able to touch up New York sort of David Peterson for four run on 6 hits but the mets offense was relentless pushing Washington to its second loss in four games The mets are now 16 games over 500 and pick up their first four K winning streak of 2022 Mike Moriarty New
Burnes shuts down Cardinals' offense in 8-0 Brewers win
"Corporate burns retires the first ten batters he faces and goes on to pick up the victory in Milwaukee's 8 to nothing win over the Cardinals the reigning NL Cy Young award winner works 7 innings allowing two hits and striking out 11 to improve his record at three and two Does the right hander think this was his best performance of the season That's kind of where we want to be all the time So the fact that it took ten starts to get to the little frustrating but yeah it was kind of what we want to do on the aspects of Jace Peterson built a three run home run Lorenzo kina two run blast and rowdy teles solo shot the team split a four game series for the second time this season the first place brewers lead the second place red birds by three and a half games in the NL central Mike Reeves St. Louis
Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack
"And back with my friend Andrew Pollack, whose daughter meadow was killed in the Parkland shooting 2018, he wrote a beautiful book about it, why meadow died. He's not the chief safety officer at burner technology. Andrew to complete your thought, you're talking about this deputy at Parkland, whose trial is coming up in September. Now fees convicted of a felony, I'm assuming that he won't be able to continue to collect this big fat pension, right? Yep, that's, you know, to get a 110,000 a year for letting the leading 17 people get killed. It's kind of horrible. So I hope I get accountability. My daughter, my daughter would want me to get accountability. And I have to say, governor desantis, I work with him. He's an unbelievable one of the best governors in the country right now. We got to accountability and Broward. If a lot of people don't know this within the first month governor desantis removed that failed sheriff that said he had amazing leadership, sheriff, Israel, he was removed. Since then, grant investigation into the school district, the superintendent was arrested on felony perjury charges to that. He lost his and this Peterson deputy Peterson's trial is coming
Columbine Was the Start of a Sick New Chapter in America's History
"There's an interesting part of human psychology, which is you don't quite know to the depths of hell human beings can go. Jordan Peterson talks about this a lot. I'm by no means an expert at being able to articulate it like he can. He gets a lot of heat from some people on the right for even talking about this. But I mean, this idea of school shootings is actually somewhat of a recent phenomenon. There was a school shooting back in the 30s or 40s that was just massive. It was like 60 or 70 people. I got my numbers wrong. But for decades, they're almost no school shootings. And then, of course, Columbine happened on April 20th, 1999. And I don't like saying the names of the Columbine shooters. It's just, it's just really sick. I actually know their names. I'm not going to say it because it almost I believe it further incentivize future people to do this. And Columbine is famous not because of how many people died, which was tragic and terrible and awful. But it was famous kind of because it was first. Is that it kind of totally took America by surprise in 1999. Where in beautiful Columbine, Colorado, out of nowhere you have these two people that come in and kill 13 and then, of course, both commit suicide. Now, there was a ton of controversy because the police didn't intervene and they weren't allowed to intervene because of certain laws. And that's one kind of wrinkle with what happened with here and Yuval day, which is this border patrol agent. If he was just probably following it by the book, he had no jurisdiction as a federal agent to go in there, but God bless him for doing it. It's like, who cares what the book says when children are being massacred in a classroom. The book probably says that as a armed federal border patrol agent, that that's not his jurisdiction. But he just went in as a concerned citizen with a gun and stopped the shooter, unfortunately it wasn't soon enough
Longoria, Giants tee off on Mets rookie Szapucki in 9-3 rout
"The giant scored all their runs in the first two innings to beat the mets 9 to three Evan Longoria hit a pair of home runs and had four RBIs We came out excited and swung them as well and won a series against the playoff team right there It's a good team So I think we're all happy with the results Jock Peterson also homered after his three home run performance in Tuesday's game Mike iski hit a two run blast as well Jacob junis pitched a quality start 6 innings giving up three hits and two runs for the win It was a tough major league debut for Metz lefty Thomas who was chased after one and a third innings allowed 7 hits and 9 runs taking the loss Ryan leong San
Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants
"The mets racked up 18 hits including three home runs to route the Giants 13 to three Pete Alonso was three for 5 with three RBIs Alonzo and Jeff McNeil each with two run homers Mark kenna also went deep Francisco Lindor's double scoring two runs gave him 500 RBIs in his career David Peterson got the wind pitching 6 innings giving up three hits and two runs with 6 strikeouts Here to help the team win you know anyway I can and do my job every 5th day and focus on that Like I said one pitch at a time and help this team win Help us get to our goal The Giants have lost 5 in a row for the second time this season Alex Cobb gave up 6 runs on ten hits and 6 innings Ryan leong San
The Assault on the Concept of Beauty
"You can make the case. There is a case to be made. Why not feature I don't know what word it is overweight. I mean, overweight doesn't quite do what fat does. And the issue was not fat shaming or any other stupid slogan. That shuts down amist dialog. What Jordan, what Jordan Peterson is speaking about is that we have systematically talk about systemically. We have systematically or the society via the left forgetting swimsuit models in architecture and art, there has been an assault on the concept of beauty. And he feels that this is part of it. Now there are overweight, truly overweight women who are beautiful. If one is speaking, of course, about the woman's face, which is what beautiful usually signifies that is true. And God knows that when I see such a woman, my heart breaks. For her, because it's not true that every truly overweight person has just goes home and eats a box of donuts. There are very many other forces involved. Many of which are not even known. Nutrition is a very, very poorly, studied subject in medical schools. I don't even know if it's addressed.
'Do Not Burn This Country' With Dave Rubin
"Do not burn this country, everybody. That is the sequel. Is that fair to say? It is the sequel, and I have to say this is quite an excellent book. Now that I'm really diving into it here, this is you actually get a chance to read amazing. By Dave Rubin, the first book was don't burn this book. Now the question is did anyone actually try to burn the book? Well, we had people that tried to digitally burn it. Oh, is that right? The freak sun Reddit and those Internet weirdos that coordinate to ruin Amazon reviews and things like that. That's what I would call a digital book burning. I don't know that anyone that was out there. Like actually burning the book. But now it's don't burn in the country, which is surviving and thriving in our woke dystopia by Dave Rubin. We're going to spend the whole hour talking about this and just kind of some news of the day stuff. But let's just dive right into it. Tell us, kind of what's in this book? What's the argument you're making? Well, the argument is we're running out of time, and we better figure out what to do here. This is something that you and I have talked about for a long time, Charlie, and on the inscription. Is this the one that I wrote to you? I will even read it to the audience because I know how happy you are about this. One of the great things about this inscription right over here, this is the book that I sent Charlie a couple of weeks ago in the book came out. I wrote Charlie. Okay, fine. You were right. I did become a conservative, because years ago, we were sitting in a car after an event, I think we did at the university of Berkeley, where antifa showed up and people were yelling and pulling fire alarms, and we're very, very scary, and we were also with that very scary Candace Owens. She told people out. And we're in the car after the event. And you know, we're talking about free speech. We actually disagreed on some stuff on stage, but they didn't care. They just want to yell you yell at you and shut you down and the whole thing. And we were in the car on the way back on to dinner and you said, Dave, you will be a conservative one day. And I didn't really push back that hard because I could see the road. The road was being laid right in front of me. I could see it. Now, we can all whittle down the argument of what exactly is a conservative. That doesn't really matter, and the beauty of, I would say, what sort of is happening on this new right as some people are calling it, is that you can agree to disagree on some stuff. And even if the show I did in Phoenix last night at the improv that you opened for, we got into it with the crowd because I play with the crowd a lot. And people do disagree on things. People have disagreements, even when it comes to something like abortion. And yet can still all call themselves conservatives. That's a beautiful thing. So this book really is about, well, look, the woke have destroyed an awful lot, right? I mean, if you look at what's gone on in these last 5 years, the woke have decimated all of our institutions, education institutions, cultural institutions, entertainment, just institutions, corporate institutions, et cetera. So you have to acknowledge that and as my friend Jordan Peter would say, Peterson would say, you have to give the devil his due man, we may not like what they're doing, but they have done it, and you have to actually say, wow, they did something. And that's important to acknowledge, otherwise you can't fight against
"peterson" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Or is that hard for people like me who are? Is part of so called a Christianity. Exactly. I mean, your life and your writing is passionately interwoven with this this enterprise this aspiration. Of church. That's true. We had a small church. When I was a pastor of a congregation, people would leave and say, how do I pick a church? Yeah. And my usual answer was, go to the closest church. Or you live in the smallest. After 6 months, this is not working. Go to the next smallest. Okay, so what is it about small rather than big? Because you have to deal with people as they are. And you got to learn how to love them whether or not lovable. And we go to a, we're going to a church now. It's just I'm a Presbyterian that's a Lutheran Church. And most of the people are my age. And our pastor's young and he's a really good pastor. But I don't want to go to church. I mean, I go there to be immersed in what I don't know about. These people. I mean, there's 80 people in church, and I don't, you know, I know some of them quite well. I grew up with many of them. I would just, they still treat me like a little kid. And so that's kind of refreshing. So you've written that prayer matures into the practice of memory. But it's a wonderful sentence. Prayer matures into the practice of memory. And I wonder just as my final question, you know, has that been true for you and what does that look like? How does that unfold and how is your prayer changed, even as you pray the same psalms here after year? Oh, I think the answer is easy. I think I'm praying when I don't know I'm praying. It's entered into my subconscious. And so I feel like. I don't mean for this assumption. The court spiritual. But it is. It's surprises me that. Something has been going on in May for years and years and years, which is pretty much absorbed into my psyche now. And it gives me hope, it gives me hope because, you know, our politics in this country are not very swift right now. And yet when I think about individuals, I know, they're not discouraged. They're determined to do the do it right. And I feel like I'm a colleague with a lot of people who are my companions in this business. And you're one of them. Thank you. Thank you so much for all that you've done and for having this conversation with me. So this is it? I think this is it. Yeah. It's been a pleasure. Thank you. Eugene Peterson wrote over 30 books, including answering God and the message. The Bible in contemporary language. In 2021, a lenten sermon series of his was published posthumously with the title, this hallelujah banquet, how the end of what we were reveals who we can be. Eugene Peterson died in 2018 at age 85. His.
"peterson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Okay okay. I can tell you when i was down but in russia russia. Okay so i didn't. I didn't mention Charles and russia this year. And it's hard for me to find meat. I could eat there. Because a lot of the meat there is sprayed with a preservative. Which took me a long time to figure out. Because i was like. Why is this making me feel terrible. Psych feels like a preservative. I know my body reactions like preserved reaction. It was a preservative reaction. So we like found a farmer. Andrea tried super hard to locate a farmer and to get me and this farmer. We had this cow. They weren't going to hang it for too. Many days wasn't aged. This was like a huge thing and so we got meat delivered. We had the steak for for dinner and woke up in the middle of night with food poisoning at like four in the morning and the soup story so food poisoning bottom-down terrible andre was actually throwing up as well like serious. I didn't get that sick but he got sicker than me. Serious food poisoning. The like must've mistake. And no. Those fuckers were trying to steal my cow. They like we call them. We called them. They're like oh sorry we The guy picked up the wrong me. That was supposed to go to a restaurant. And i was like. What restaurant are you kidding. Me just woke up in the middle of the night. Anyway that's my poop story. They tried to steal my cow. I'm sure under his like is probably mistakes. No wasn't They just think. I thought we wouldn't notice like we noticed badly so good one day. Go but dads healthy. Dad's having a rough time right now. Oh no seemed like he was for a bit right. Yeah he was doing better and better and better and then we added in these electrolytes. This was a. He's really sensitive neurologically. He has neurological damage. It looks like an autoimmune disorder that attacks nerve sheets. it's not good. Him and i have very similar symptoms and we added in these electrolytes and he had a worse response and it was hard to tell what was going on because it was like just didn't think about it like it was like that can't be it and so that kind of worsened things. And then he was making the slushy with electrolytes and adding citric acid to it to make it sour. That made things worse. It's it's easier to look back on going backwards. And then he went off the diabet- it was like berries and things just simple things like let the poor man have some berries like by dot worsened symptoms. So he's back on the diet super strict but he's recovering slowly but it's been really rough like the last couple of months have been pretty rough so he's gonna get there but he's having a rough time right now unfortunately damn hope he can come out of it. Okay yeah me too on sooner rather than later and you wanna take on out of here by them slightly. Shout out and thank you to piedmont. He's briefer sponsoring today's episode again. Lisa them down in the description below Promo code power project to save twenty five percent off. Please follow the podcasts. At mark bells power project on instagram. Nba power project on tick-tock twitter. My instagram and twitter is at. I m andrew. Zia did forget it for a second there in insieme. where are you at at. See my and you're gonna discriminate. Youtube a yin yang and took talking. Don't forget on apple. Podcast paul casts and gives review helps us out the kayla. Where can people find you. Michaela peterson on instagram My podcast is michaela peterson. Podcast on youtube kayla alexis on twitter. Peterson doesn't fit kayla. Peterson is one letter to long auch. It's great to have you on the show today. Appreciate your time. Thank you miami. That was fun. These guys kinda hurt me recently. I was like You know we need to have some pearls on the show. We do a terrible job representing women. We were talking about influencers one day. And we've People on youtube in different people that we listened to. And i'm like we barely said anything about any ladies so i don't have very many podcast. I think we need more women like you. That are out there. If you have any suggestions for us please let leading the charge. You know back sink. Thank on it more nicole. Arbour is fun you yes that's one. That's better strength. Never weakness weakness never strength. I'm at mark smelly bell. Catch you guys later..
"peterson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"He took a year off basically. Yeah because he was in a coma he wasn't. I think it was in a coma for two months something or a month. remember anything. we're talking about this. Because he was he was gone. And like miley opposites made fun of him and stuff like who the fuck would take advice from this guy. This is ridiculous which is which is funny because my only officers also like any fucking day of the week to get the audiences but like we were talking about this and private. And i was like this. Might be the antigen peterson. He may never come back and you you were no. That's never gonna happen like this. This guys totally coming back. And i was like man if his wife dies like from candidates who you might never see him again he might just fuck it. Have a complete mental breakdown at very much. Almost did i think my assessment was closer than yours. Even though you were right at the end. I think i was closer than you were to. What was actually go out of that because like case. Look at look at The crying now so this guy is like something out inside of them. He didn't use this whole time. He he was crying more before the break down. He was crying more rules than he wasn't beyond order on. Also so i've seen have you looked at any of the new podcast episodes. I've i've watched a handful. Yeah yeah so. Like stephen fry was one. That comes to mind I really like stephen fry like that. One so brilliant Like just talk about even five per second like he super funny. All the sketches are really good. His fucking books on mythology are awesome. Really awesome the do all agree with and then all the heroes and stuff a british accent though he does have an excellent like really cool sounding voices alright but no. I really enjoyed those books. And so jordan. Peterson's always like the The kind of like literature guru is like all i all the meaning in the literature. And the cy young archetypes earbud blah blah blah and like stephen fry gave him grape wish back and he was like well. What about this. Stephen fry like actually has a huge wealth of knowledge about literature capacity enormous. Fucking yeah so. It was really interesting to see like jordan pearson's up against titan and not being able to kind hold his own as normally would because normally talking to people who had no fucking idea what we do. That is by design. We talked about my fall. Or jordan peterson falling from grace in my eyes as i got to know him more. I should've mentioned that for the longest time i was like. I was interested in him. But i want to see you know his mettle tested. I wanted to see. Perhaps i want. I wanted the the The halls of debate to approach jordan peterson. In a very real sense. I wanted either. The far left the far right. I wanted figure. Because he's always decrying both decides to go see him against. What's laval. Jeez i did. I did i did. It was a long time coming. It was years in the making final Unintelligent person who who is who is a who disagrees with jordan peterson. That peterson will engage with. Finally i didn't go up. I show up toronto. i don't remember the stage. I think it was show theater. Something massey hall or something. It's not mass. y'all wasn't matthew. okay go ahead. I think it was shot. The i know how to get there. I don't remember the name of it is near the old spaghetti factory anyways center. I think sony it's might have been the sony. Maybe there's a couple of theaters around there..
"peterson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"If a whole bunch of people from the left just went and bought his book and listen to it and started acting more like the white men that he's reaching out to. I'm sure that's exactly what he wants. But it's i don't. I'm not sure it's like it. Their their their destinies already written right like the can't do it. They're not able to do it. The people the kind of person who joins antifa able to like. I'm not sure they're able to clean the room and get their shit together and and become like you know settle down and get married or whatever. It is right and weird all about that. There's there's another thing in the culture is happening. The left is time. people don't get married. Marriages stupid marriage is bad. Don't have children. They're telling women especially oh don't be don't get married. You'll be saved him at feminists are women not to get married right. Yeah well. they've got it of figured out. they've got like a kind of feudalist system like serfs right. So it's like the people at the top like had their shit together and they have a fully functional lives and then our preaching to the masses. Something that a rough terrain and you know But that's like so. You're looking at like atomised individual stuff like you're looking at it like well. If there's this you know everybody in the antifa mugshots. All have meth like teeth. And they all look disgusting and everything then. How successful could the left really be like. It's to me this. This does not make sense at all. Like it's like you can have a empire that takes over the universe and have everyone looking like that except for some elite that is just you know pulling the levers it doesn't matter it doesn't matter what the soldiers look like. It doesn't matter together. It doesn't it doesn't it makes a difference. Yeah they have kids. It doesn't fucking matter because like all the rich people like harris is gonna have kids in july. He's like yeah. And that's kinda crazy. There's this other book i mean. I don't know if we're ever going to get into it. But it's called the dictator's handbook and it talks about like when you're when you're in charge it's the best way to stay in. Charge is to not help the people at the bottom at all. It's to keep them as poor and hungry and terrible destructive possible. Yeah especially in a lot of them like you don't want them to be involved in any of the real decision making at all so i said yeah. Yeah yeah. I mean. I wouldn't necessarily. I don't know if that's the best thing to do. But it certainly has a lot of benefits. Yeah so i mean. I don't know i don't know i know how we can't get out of this kind of talk themselves into a corner right now. Well no. I've got other stuff to bring up like so yeah just because you really like Jordan peterson i. So i have another question about his book and things he talks about. It doesn't seem to me like it is really a solution at all. Because if let's say that every everyone did as jordan. Peterson wants to be the masses. As you say all listen to jordan peterson. They were all following his rules. Rules for moving up the hierarchy as he wouldn't the hierarchy still be the exact same thing with the same amount of people on the bottom in the same amount of people on the top. Just perhaps perhaps higher standards and at best at best you could call his teachings a useful hack for early adopters yes. So that's i think what this law actually because i always think about.
"peterson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Yeah. That's that is a good representation of what he thinks. Well i guess we'll just have to make a bet on that like the left is fucking feeding. Everybody doritos all day. And then this like jordan peterson group. They're just like in the gym slowly working out all the time. Oh i disagree. I disagree with the leftist feeding them. Steroids no the left like altering the gravity to make it easier so that it looks like they're lifting more but like win. They got to go to war. Look like they have on the paper. I am mayor of this city. I don't know man. i think it's i think it's a good strategy like politically to get your team to like. Okay like becomes rich as you can like how get married and have kids. That's a huge one right. There wait but but but t to tell your team. They're not on a team and they shouldn't think of themselves as a team and a team like we know that they are team. Oh i don't know. I don't know if that's true. I mean jordan. Peterson doesn't see it that way. And he doesn't say that it's that way i mean it's basically a colts right like jordan pearson's basically cult leader of sorts. It's not it's not like scientology. it's he's not he's not my malevolently trying to monopolize off of everybody. Put like it's. He's the the dominance hierarchy and there's a whole bunch of people following him. Yeah right so you you ultimately disagree. So i my claim or one of my main claims here is that jordan. Peterson is a boon to the left. And you're saying the exact opposite. They should fear. Should vilify him because he is like the deaths in their world view while it depends like how left you go. So i mean if they if they cause drawn. Peterson is very open to them. Taking all the he's giving us well they just don't want it right so i mean i think i think i think.
"peterson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"That makes as much. I don't think that makes sense. I mean just just with the metric of of their perspective on. Jesus like it's like islam is the middle ground and jesus or rather christian. Christianity is on this side in jewish. Judaism is closer to ends lamaism christianity. Okay but it's yeah anyway. So chris jordan johnson is a mossy in a little nazi in people's eyes. Link that he. He's literally like getting moins of people to follow the teachings of adolf hitler and tried to progress awards another holocaust of jewish people in the united states of america and worldwide. I'm not exaggerating. i'm not in hyperbolic. This is literally factually. What a whole bunch of people think about german peterson like a huge number of people. And it's it's kind of insane. It's kind of insane like he's got this kind of like it's crazy man. It's fucking crazy like more people who will be like. Oh you join peterson smile. Podcast off right trolls. Like it's fucking ridiculous and he couldn't be he couldn't be further from from a nazi like yeah he hates. He hates hitler. Well a couple you've got you've got my screen up there right so you can see this. Pull it up for the audience as well so a couple of things that i think one of the reasons they say that or they have that perspective is because it actually is very clear that like straight white males arjun. Peterson's audience have data at least the best we can hope for. Its self reported. It's from fans of jordan peterson on platforms. Like it. that just he's got he's got the data like opened his youtube analytics. He has the data for ya. So we'll get into that because he makes excuses for youtube. Youtube skews heavily male. So he's like well. Maybe that's the reason. But we got the breakdowns on these recipe. Yeah we're talking. We're talking like basically basically practically speaking. No women listen to him and practically speaking. Wow it's heavily atheist and heavily white. we're talking eighty six percent white around that in the eighties. Eighty eighty percent white hiatus while Hot so very straight white male audience atheist hirings why how high low nineties male single high eighties white. What's single high seventy single. Was that fifty percent. No half single was fifty two to seventy two percent. Well and then. What's what's the breakdown by country. Awhile he's got more views in australia and canada. No it's mostly canada. Sorry the images are easier..
"peterson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Think he kind of saw the writing on the wall and it's like a shift from my time is limited. And somehow this like he had that that moment where he was talking to those trans kids. And they're all like attacking him and kind of like stood up to them that rocketed him immediately into fame and everyone and then they went back and watched those lectures everyone. Everyone got interested in them because the spotlight on. And what has a really good and people got him and he. I think he thought. Hey look i could fucking saw book and he did you know he went on the tour and the rest is history. I am while we're on this. I've got a load of notes. And i don't think we're going to get to all them but one of my notes you asked or you were you. Were saying that you think he's not a disingenuous person. You think you what you see is what you get with. Jordan peterson Yeah i i must be missing something here because this seems kind of like one. Plus one equals two type shit but if you realize books he. He argues that religion religions in general. They're not about materialistic truth. Like what like the the you know the virgin birth and stuff like that. It's it's not it's not. It's not a matter of whether it's scientifically it happened. It's a matter of like what it represents and and and and the like it's about it's about the moral truths that how people should live. That's that's what rusalka. How did you see it. So there's like there's like a window into reality that you can look through and understand yourself in the world you live in by reading things that are not objectively correct. Is that make sense. Oh yeah sure. Sure but i would summarize it as like these books are about the moral truths and how you should live so like the bible is about how you should live. That's what the book is. It's live the bible like it's not over. It's like that any any that. According jordan peterson pretty much..
"peterson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"They were like no like they wouldn't they wouldn't say wouldn't refuse to like lar people. How popular book was. Okay well. I searched beyond order bestseller. Jordan peterson new. Book has landed an amazon's top ten bestseller list on preorder. So i think it's doing okay at least by that metric. I think it's probably doing okay. I don't. I don't think it's been badly but i don't think it's doing as well as the first always there because like we start with these blocks you read you at. Both i wrote our focus was going to be beyond order because that's his most reasonable but we had definitely both been expanding our red ira beyond first and then i. Recently i read i read. I read twelve roles like three years ago or something never came out. And then i read recently and then i read twelve rules again. Yeah yeah and then. I went on down a jordan peterson. Robert all sort of like. I didn't really like his new book at all. I found it really. Yeah like i was. It was a huge disappointment. If i'm being honest the some parts where i was like it's okay Yeah i mean this is pretty good but then going back reading the first book. I really enjoyed that book at you. Re like most of that book and then just listened to most of his podcasts and his whole lecture series on personality. I really liked that. So i mean if you just joined peterson fan. This book is not as best work. I don't think at all. yeah. I mean. I i read them in sequence back to back one first and second twelve rules then beyond order and i i would. I definitely preferred. There was more valuing twelve rules. I think i don't know if the strategic on jordan peterson's but i think like as you go through the rules if you start at one and go further down they get less useful. I think he knows that..
"peterson" Discussed on That’s Strange
"An unbiased fashion in the only biased. That is involved for for me. Is that like i said. I'm just speaking for myself. Is that this was completely botched by the police and by the media and i'm i'm right there with you entry just to add like i know i said it earlier but i didn't know much about this case when it happened. I haven't really looked into since the literal. And i'm not even kidding because i do my homework very very late night procrastinate. The first i've ever actually really read about this case was literally today. So i'm going into this with knowing the information that i know reading what i've read watching what i've watched and making my my kind of conclusions based on that with absolutely nothing about news or anything like that that happened in two thousand and three influencing that in any way. Sure sure so So so basically my sorry my point for that whole entire rant was the fact that lee peterson made the nine one one call and it is very suspicious to me because lee peterson was not the first person that should have known. That lacey peterson was missing. Well he only knew because scott called her mother and her mother. Scott didn't but scott didn't call to say oh my god. My wife's i have no idea where she is. I think that she could have been taken. What is going on. It was hey have you seen lacey right. Yeah you're exactly right about that. And then all he basically said was you know i got home. And she's not here like that's all that really. Has i get your point. Yeah it makes you know what i mea like. They're in an irrational mind and again Right now i am i am. I'm playing more of a I'm trying to get to to an idea. And i'm only going to do that for just a second here. Because because i'm i'm i guess. I'm placing an idea. But only so that there's thought i'm only placing an idea so that there's thought for the listener and thought for us but i'm not going to continue to be like. Yeah he was totally. Peterson peterson. Right right. I don't think we have to say that..
"peterson" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership
"There's a problem with how you talk about your company and what you do now. The two main things people need to know are not found in how long you've been in business or that. It was started in basement and passed down through generations. And the how you grew out of your first location but remained people-focused snooze fest. We are doing it wrong now. You you definitely are telling a story to your customers in donors but is it the right story. Are you bringing clarity with your words or are you asking people to follow you into a fog. Welcome to the impact of leadership. Podcast where we believe that no one percent excellence. I'm your host sheer and today's episode is about the power of story as will learn. There are rules to storytelling that. We must follow in order to move people in the direction that we are wanting them to go dr. Jj peterson is my guest today. He's the chief of teaching and facilitation. Its story brand down in nashville tennessee. I was so happy to interview. Jj he's the co host alongside. Donald miller on the building story podcast author of several books and recently finished his doctorate defending the story fan framework. So it's not just this feel good kind of thing about telling good stories. There's definite research behind why this works. You are going to love this and more importantly you and i both we all all of us listening to this. We all need this. Love this stuff. It is so much fun to bring these types of conversations to you so pay attention. You're going to get a lot from it here. It is my conversation with dr j. peterson. We.
"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"Of nations Jordan Peterson lecture. Hello everyone. It's been a very strange day. So, I'm going to tell you about what happened and then I'll start the lecture so. I. Got Up this morning and Started to put my day together and then I tried to sign into my. G Mail account. And it said that it had been disabled because I violated the terms of. Service with G mail. and. I thought. Well I didn't violate any terms of service that I know of. Now I set up a new youtube channel yesterday called Jordan Peterson clips, and so we made some technical changes, and so I thought maybe it had something to do without. And I had been shadowed of Google one other time. Years ago so when you get, shout out like that. There's little form. You can fill out. And so I filled out the form and I said that I had been shut out. And that I didn't know why and I sent it off. And then I realized. One of my staff members called me and said that she was locked out of the Youtube. Account and I thought Oh yeah, the youtube account is hooked to that. She mail account so that meant that I couldn't get access to any of my youtube videos. They were still up online, but I couldn't get access to the. My couldn't post last week's Biblical lecture for. For for example, and so, that was worrisome and made me suspicious. And then about two hours later, something like that. I got an email from Google, and they said that they had reviewed the my request to be reinstated and that I had violated Google's terms of. Agreement or terms of service and they weren't going to turn my account back on. And I thought. And they didn't say why they didn't say anything I got. There is no warning whatsoever about any of this. They didn't tell me why and they didn't say why. In email response? And so I wrote him back, and I said because they said could. I wrote them back and I said. This might not be a good idea basically. And you might WanNa think about it. And then I twitted tweeted, what had happened I took screen shots night tweeted, and I contacted a whole bunch of journalists because it turns out that I know a whole bunch of journalists and so. And so then what happened then was that. I got a call from the daily caller in the United States, I had done an interview with them last week, which isn't posted yet? And they interviewed me, and within twenty minutes posted it online, and so they have a fairly big audience, and so that was good, and then somebody phoned me from Ottawa and I did a live radio show about that, and that was good and number of other journalists contact me and I sent them the information, but another one of my staff, and actually my son emailed me and he said look. You should hold off, because maybe there's still a mistake here and I thought. Yeah, there might be might be just a mistake, but then why in the world? Did. Did I e Mail Google and they contacted me and they said they would not reinstate it and they didn't provide me with any information. So I contacted the other journalists I said well, you never know. Maybe this is just a mistake, so let's hold off and then. Well, I was about half an hour later while I was trying to get into my I use this Edwards account. That's luke linked to Google I don't run ADS on. Videos, but I need the Edwards account because it helps me add some little gadgets to the videos that I wouldn't otherwise be able to. And I was I was playing with that. The system came back online I thought. Well? That's interesting. And lots of people at emailed me on twitter knee, and some people within Google and some people elsewhere, and they were doing whatever they were going to do to help me. Get all this material back up and running, and so something worked. My suspicions are that what worked was the publicity now, so but maybe not. It's very weird being in this situation because there has been a number of recent episodes where these larger companies facebook Google patron. Not that it's a massive company, but it's starting to become reasonably significant have decided. On rather arbitrary grounds to shut down their users, and this is very ominous to me partly because. We've we've turned our communications over to very large systems or very large systems have emerged to mediate our communication. Right I mean there's lots of benefit to it, so you don't want to get too cynical about it, but we're blind with regards to the policies that regulate the actions, the regulatory actions of these large organizations, and that's really a bad thing, and something else is even more ominous, really ominous. It's highly probable that we're going to build. Political Algorithms into artificial intelligence and this sort of thing will be regulated by machines that no one understands and that's a really bad idea, and that's a really likely possibility, so anyways I was all confused about this. I thought Jesus I flew off the handle. You know because I was sort of it was stressful. Man, you know because I have like one hundred and fifty thousand emails in that account. That's a lot of emails, and it's all my correspondents for the last ten years. You know so. It's an archive as well as. Ongoing email system. I have a commercially mail system that I just set up three weeks ago with like six different email addresses now to try to organize my correspondent, so I wasn't completely unable to communicate, but my calendar was gone. And now it's a bloody disaster because I've got things scheduled out forever I. Don't remember what they are. I can't even remember what I'm doing in a day so much. Listen a month. But I thought maybe I flew off the handle and I was worried that I contact journalist too soon. But anyways it all worked out. So. Then, what happened well just as I was coming to this? Lecture I stepped outside and there was a little package outside. Luckily, it wasn't a bomb. Here's a package outside Nice little package. We look my wife and I looked inside near a couple of bottles of wine in there, so that was nice. Little Note, so I'm going to review the little note because it's actually pretty interesting. So. So this person said that they had finally tackled the self authoring suite, so they seem to be happy about that, but that's not so interesting except peripherally. A friend on twitter has contact with Google engineers. She, said quote. I spoke with some inside Google. Who offered to help and I did get contacted by quite a few people at Google. WHO said that they had been watching my lectures and so on, and we're happy about what I was doing. Anyways, I spoke with some friends inside Google. Who offered to help, but they suggest he set up a backup plan. The teams are feeling significant pressure from advocacy groups. And quote I have at least four Google engineers who offered to speak on his behalf. But they know the team dynamics, and unfortunately especially YouTube is an S. J. W. Cesspool. I hope this information is useful to you. So like yeah, it's kind of useful alright..
"peterson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And Peterson right out of the gate and we can keep going go Vikings as they say down there tally high demande Adams about being home a lot of people with this issue was only a lot of people get like eighteen seconds right now so this is pretty crazy but you know this is the man this is really a dream come true for me situation obviously is not me turn in the civil and very loose the next best thing so you know being able to play me now here in Wisconsin over the years for you can you don't get your family or as much as you like so being back home once earlier this year and you know you know to come back again for a really big game like this only means a lot to me because I love being on the family guy so being able to have my family there support me on this is this will be awesome what a player and by the way now that I'm on the tech at poly hello to high alumni include Joan Baez nice jungle Jim lasco tough seven time NBA champ with the Celtics and like I mentioned Harbaugh and then do bike in a three a bill Kreutzmann no kidding and the pigpen McKernan shout at big ten and by Billy Kay is the same place both their end wrestling brothers Dave and mark Schultz were they not featured in the while they were the kids in the in the movie with architecture yeah thank you father it's a great movie to watch it server at and can add eve Carell now one man get on the airplane with them in a helicopter whatever was allowed to grace slick Dale and allowed a star factory used to be cool to say it but you can't same anymore James Franco you know you'll see him the more well I can't get over the Billy K. pig pen connection so shut up to the Grateful Dead and done Billy K. community you're a real data yeah right traffic with body gel onto the Niners sound and more Packer sound coming up but first the roads traffic is sponsored by the thirty second annual manufactures R. V. show with the final days of the thirty second annual manufacturers are be showing your last chance to see over six hundred new and used RVS on display from over a dozen RV dealers indoors at the Alameda county fairgrounds in Pleasanton and that show ends January twenty second roads but she'll to an autobody traffic deste west bound for the crash at six eighty has been cleared that's the good news but it is quite slow from my just before Bailey all the way out to the six eighty interchange a residual slowing their westbound ninety two trying to get at the cemetery bridge between Clough order in mid span you're below the speed limit southbound eight eighty also congested between highway ninety two and the coda road south L. one remain shut down in the Pacific area because of a major crash north of manner drive northbound one is open northbound one of one of the South Bay you're looking at sluggish going from your from winter road in pockets up to just about Trimble road and then they're heading into San Francisco were backed up to the maze of the metering large remain on the toll plaza of the west bell.
"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"Com, and there's a support but Nair in the menu, and you can use that system. Also trying to design a system that at least in principle might work as a reasonable replacement for patriots. That's a couple of months away. But we're working hard on getting legal advice. We're going to set up multiple payment channels. So that it won't be. Easy for people to be kicked off by credit card companies or let's call them virtue, signaling. Ethical types who think that their role is to police free speech. So I think this is a very bad precedent that patroness set in the credit card companies to I can't imagine it's difficult to imagine. A more distort the scenario than to have the large tech companies in combination with the credit card companies monitor your spending to decide when what you're doing is sufficiently ethical by their by the standards of the people who are running their, let's call them, safety and security speech monitoring programs. It's just such a terrible idea. So there's that. That I'm also working on my new book, quite a lot by actually it's tentatively titled beyond order twelve more rules for life or perhaps beyond mere order. I haven't decided on that yet. I can tell you what the rules are maybe the interested in that. So I'll give you a list of the the first one is do not carelessly denigrates, social institutions or creative achievement. Rule to imagine who you could be and then aim single-mindedly at that. Rule three work as hard as you can work as hard as you possibly can on at least one thing and see what happens rule for. Do not hide unwanted things in the fog. Rule. Five abandoned ideology, abandoned ideology, rule six notice that opportunity lurks where responsibility has been abdicated rule seven. Do not do things that you hate rule. Eight try to make one room in your house is beautiful as possible. Rule nine. If old memories still make you cry write them down carefully completely. Rule ten plan and work diligently to maintain the romance in your relationship rule eleven be grateful in spite of your suffering, and then rule twelve do not allow yourself to become resentful deceitful or arrogant in principle that book will be published in January twenty twenty. So and I'm supposed to have the manuscript in sometime within the next six months. And I have a first draft done. I'm working hard on the repeated edits it's going to be published. Similar Tena Asli in the UK and the US in Canada, I'm working with three different editors. And so that's that part of the announcement. So I'm hoping I'm really hoping that I can make the next book better be a pair. It'll be a paired coffee with the first one, I probably gonna publish it with a black cover to go with the white cover of twelve rules and. I'm hoping that I can make it into a better book and that the two together will make a very complete set. So that's the plan. We'll see how it goes the last nouncement, I guess, no two more announcements. I'm going to Switzerland tomorrow. My daughter's having surgery there to get her ankle fixed. Again, we're hoping that that will go. Well, I'm also doing talk in Zurich, and I have three talks in California information for them at Jordan Peterson dot com forward slash events. And then in February my wife, and I are going my wife Tammy, and I are going to Australia New Zealand, and I believe we have fifteen talk scheduled there over the course of about a month. And then I think in March and April I'm going concentrate mostly on writing than perhaps we're gonna go to Europe. And so that's for a month or two that will depend to some degree on the writing schedule. But that's the plan at the moment. Have some good podcasts coming up by talk to general Stanley mcchrystal last week about his new book on leadership and the myths that surrounded and some of the initiatives that he's been working on in the United States. And so mcchrystal was the commander of the American forces in Afghanistan. And so it was very interesting to talk to him and. Well, there's a variety by the things going on too. But I won't tell you any more about those for the time being I think what I'll do instead his turn to some questions. So I guess maybe I could also give a bit of a recap for two thousand eighteen so Tammy and I have gone to about one hundred fifteen cities..
"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"Welcome to the Jordan be Peterson podcast to support this podcast. You can make a donation at Jordan be Peterson dot com slash donate. Or by following the link in the description, Dr Peterson's self development programs, self authoring and understand myself can be found itself, offering dot com and understand myself dot com. It's January thirteenth two thousand eighteen happy new year to you all and thank you for joining the. QNA? So I'll start with a couple of announcements. I I suppose is that I'm leaving patriotic on January fifteenth some of you may know that that's I suppose in protest over air treatment of Karl Benjamin perhaps better known as Sargon of CAD. Hey tr-. Unlike many companies seems to believe that their role now is to act as censor for speech patterns or speech content that they regard as unacceptable MTA. I think that they made a big mistake with Sargon. And so both Dave Rubin. I also Sam Harrison decided to leave patriot. And that's going to be official as of January fifteenth. So those of you who are by patriot on subscribers if you're interested in continuing with that subscription, you can go to my website at Jordan be Peterson dot.
"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"We're talking to Jordan Peterson the author of twelve rules for life an antidote for chaos and to the New York Times has called the most influential public intellectual in the world right now. But now let it just okay. This is where you might get in a little trouble. Because in your book, you've call men. Order and women chaos, and you say order the known appears symbolically associated with masculinity chaos. The eternal feminine is also the crushing force of sexual select what's up with that. Yeah. We chaotic. Men and women that are order in chaos. It's masculinity and femininity symbolically. And so what's happened fundamentally is that were our brains are wired for social cognition. So we're not natural. Scientists were natural sociologists that might be better. Even though I shudder to think that that might be true. Especially even this may be well, that's it. Okay. Figuring or maybe ring. Or or or maybe we're more. We're more naturally people who observe through the lens of fiction, and that what we see is the world has characterized and the world, obviously is made out of men and women and children, and those seem to be our fundamental cognitive categories masculinity femininity, and and and and then the category of children and those categories have expanded to take on connotations outside of of pure person perception, and so, you know, it's for this reason that if you go to a movie, and the maybe it's a Disney animated movie, and I like to talk about those because they draw on a very deep symbolic. Well, it's perfectly reasonable to see a witch that lives in a swamp because those go together like it makes sense, you know, which doesn't live in gleaming chrome high-rise. She lives in a slum because that's maybe quarter. Broom, I think she could. Well, that's it. We I would with a high-rise it'd be better for that could take off take off better. But there are categories of symbolic association that are natural to the way we think and the fundamental elements of those categories seem to be gendered. And so this is partly why make reference to Taoism, for example. So for the Taoists the world is made out of chaos and order and chaos is the domain that you don't understand and that emerges unpredictably, but also the domain from which new forms emerge. Right because it's from novelty that the new emerges, and I think the fundamentalists association between femininity is chaos is the association between what's unexpected inaugural. And what's new because new forms emerged from chaos, and it's not that chaos is is bad. In order is good that that's both have their policies. Both have their virtues. Yes, what you're looking for. And this is this is the book concentrates on above all that you're looking constantly to find the balance between those two. So for example, formerly speaking the domain of order is that place that you are win. What you're doing is producing the results that you want to have produced. So imagine imagine think about the preconditions for not being anxious. Okay. So the preconditions are that you're constantly making predictions about what's going to happen next? And those predictions are tied tightly to your behavioral output, so you act in a certain way, and you presume that a certain thing is going to happen. And if your actions produce the results that you desire, then you assume that you know, where you are. And you know, what you're doing and that your plan is intact. And that the environment is secure and that keeps your anxiety under control. That's order. And then, you know, maybe you're at a party, and you don't know anybody, and you tell a joke and everybody looks at you like. What you said was not only not funny, but also downright offensive. And then all of a sudden, you've moved from the domain of order into the domain of chaos because you thought you were somewhere, and you thought you were someone and you thought you were with people that were of a certain type, and you got all that wrong..
"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"But that you know, it's changing. Breaks where you get them. Well, the thing is is that the the lecture tour is unbelievably positive and a lot of this is is ridiculously positive. You know, like, so if I'm going out on the streets now or in cafes or airports. I meet people all the time. And they're always polite, and they're always happy to see me. And they always have some very touching story to relate, and and then the audiences themselves are very, positively predisposed to whatever it is that we're doing together. And so that makes it a lot easier to stay motivated and to continue right now. I mean, it's demanding because everything's scheduled so tightly, and and I do a different lecture every night every every time I find that amazing because I give lectures that I anguish over everywhere. And then I have another one. You go up without notes. Yeah. Well, I have a large collection of things that I know what how to talk about. And usually what I try to do is to formulate a problem before the leg. So I'm addressing specific problem. Right. And then I can track. How I would set up the argument, and then I walked through it. But part of it's also an attempt to formulate the argument on the fly, you know, to to make the question. What would you say to formulate it more precisely and to make a more precise and engaging answer? And then I can use the audience to judge whether or not that's that's happening. And so it's also a real challenge to do that. So I enjoyed that. And it's a excellent intellectual workout, and I've been recording the lectures, and I've been using fair some of them to write the first draft of the chapters for my next book for books after that. And so. You know, I'm I'm able to maximize the what would you say the utility of doing this at each event, and my wife seems to be particularly well suited to travelling like that she actually enjoys it quite a bit, and and is very stable person. So that's also helpful. So, you know, it's nice to have an extra brain along. Because things are scheduled so tightly that we don't ever have any room for error, as I don't know how intellectually rigorous we plan to be with you today because we know that when you ever you're on one of these platforms. You're talking about your ideas, but on the fence planners, we wanna hear more a little bit more about Jordan Peterson the men desperately indefinitely want to hear about your wife. Tammy. Yeah. And also, you're so well known for your views on men or how your ideas have been taken up so enthusiastic by young men. But we want to talk to about women. Yep. That's good. So but. One of the things you and I share is that we both grew up in Canada. I promised Christine, I would not do my Canadian accent. While you were here. But you grew up in rural Elbert, oh, I grew up in Toronto. And you are what the country's most famous grew now since Marshall mcluhan. But is the fact that you came from Canada have any effect on your views. Do you think has it formed you in any way, she's always looking to the Canadian angle? Well, I think the particular part of Canada, I grew up in probably was formative to some degree. I mean, the town I grew up in was only fifty years old, you know, and the particular part of the world that I grew up in was really the last settled part of the North American prairies was outside of Edmund at four hundred miles north of Edmonton, four hundred miles. Yeah. Yeah. It's ready to short short short kids. Very very stretches up that far north. It's stretches farther north and L Berta than it does anywhere else in the North American continent. And so we were at the tip of viable farming, essentially. And so it was it was a new place, and it was a rather raw place. And it was it was a rather harsh place in many ways, especially because of the winter, and it was fundamentally a working class place, although a prosperous working class place, right because most of the industry there was related to the oil and gas industry on on all the..
"peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"Delighted to have you end. It's an honor to have you honor. It's an inoto our listeners, we're recording this in front of a live audience at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC where Christina is a resident scholar, and they'll be video of the podcast as well. And we will let you know where to find that. When it's ready, and we're also grateful to every week for the use of its recording studio for the podcast and now for an introduction, though. He needs no introduction to people here. But Jordan Peterson is a professor at the university of Toronto and author of many books, and and poster of many fantastic lecturers. His most recent book is I can't keep track of how many languages it's been trans. Slated into the sales just a phenomenally successful book tour. In fact, my first question is really about your tour. You look pretty good for somebody who's visited what one hundred cities in the past use June twenty third. I don't know how you do it and mostly flying. Well, what do you do for fun? What do you ever get to relax in brief moments? And what do you do? Go on Twitter and get home. Go on still qualify that is relaxing. And I try to forestall that temptation as much as possible. Well, I have the automotive bit of time that I can spend with my wife, she traveled with me. And so, you know, we've had we try to take some time to walk around the cities that we're in and see what we can. We're usually not at any given place for more than day or two and they're usually pretty packed up with. Well, whatever is societas with the lecture. And then with press, the publishers usually arrange heard you interviewed in Sweden, you're gonna stop call, and you were had a half an hour to visit the city with your wife, and you loved it..