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"pettit" Discussed on The Restless Ones
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"pettit" Discussed on The Thought Card
"Culture Oldest one you wanna have. You wanna be the one set example for your sibling in your your responsibility to take care of them. You know. take care of audie. Needs and i've taught mickley. American culture in asian culture was torn between the two. When i was in my team especially in my eighteen nineteen now Aware i can speak english better so earn the more you know the more. It's almost like have war in your head you know. Inherent is bliss and it's so true with that statement because the more noble the more. I became unhappy. That what i have. And i'm continuing to work harder in one more Mary early because my culture is that You your parents arrange for you. In the way they arranged for you is the guy have to be the one who have enough money to support you have good career all that stuff so women absolutely nothing you can so i wanted to opposite of what one you know. Basically they re succeed on one eighty so excited. I did at one eighty in go against them. I said no to all the marriage. Arrangement dot com and ashley limitless nineteen years old and they get married to the guy that i choose who i thought was good for me but at the time. I didn't know anything you know. You only know what you know. S o our marriage with with you know Craff force it into a place where we needed to be together. We will not ready to be married. Bit both a two yard and that was another problem that at escalate in my relationship and problem in line that i shouldn't be happening but because of that decision i add that major problem into my life and in from that marriage ed to kiss him in. Now might sunday's twenty nine and my daughter is twenty six and.
"pettit" Discussed on The Thought Card
"That he goes no worry. You know within a half. No when he said that is wrong. You know even as little that we have he still get to keep all around him. And and then i know now reflecting matt ryan. He does all of that. They help us especially when we have to cross the water. Also i mean i'm so fragile. But again he. Didn't you know if if nobody home my hand mike occurred in of all able to take me away but because all the people follow him to my mom and dad to thailand us. All the kids carry you know. Our hand just dragged along in. That's how the cross water thailand thailand cam. You set up. You know everything air. And that's when earth you know on out can apply to go to america or heirs of friends. Even though my mom can speak sprint but teach you to come to america in america in the she did it for free for kids make decision nobody dictate what to do. You know. Take away right. So that's why. She fought to come to america. America better for a kid even during his struggle bite. What himself but they can learn so much more and she always choose the place that are hard for us especially on she. When we focus stay in california long beach it would be easier for alive to be there because we have people that we know. We speak similar language. We can assimilate lit. No my mom's not be too comfortable to be at stay so he moved to pennsylvania the coolest place on earth A sponsor have to rent us a home near near detroit. The the railroad track every five o'clock Income by shea everything up. But here's the funny story is that we have two bedroom every could share someone how we all seven of us a write in one room. It never touch inaudible religious so grateful. We found the school in the bed. Lay on everything that we have. We just stole grateful. Everything just seem big us in our like even when i go back and look at that cows. Now that's the let it was still able to us back then. You know Grateful that we were there speaking english again you in the mid off all the time. I must say all creation. I don't see any other color me a time. You know it was hard. It is not something that i wished for. Kids have to go through but at the time they bill who i am. Cdt hope bill. Lie in today. And i'm grateful i didn't know at that time. You know but at the same time. I felt length because of that i learned how to fight for myself. I don't allow them to Rating their hatred towards me. I look at their a nice smile at them. And i am a non friendly to them nevada. What they do in my parents same way it is. I'm struggling to get him out of that neighborhood right now. They still wanted to be the saving grace that we purchase because we were nobody reading us home to us anymore. This whole with.
"pettit" Discussed on The Thought Card
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Hope on the Horizon: COVID-19 Vaccine Underway
"Cases and mineral ICU capacity is cause for alarm. But there is also some reason to have hope to vaccines have already been approved, and candidates from Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca are in final trials. In Ventura County. More than 10,000 doses of the two part vaccine were given in a week. Officials say medical personnel at eight facilities across the county have rolled up their sleeves and gotten shot. Efforts to begin vaccinating employees and elderly residents of long term care facilities are expected to get underway this week. According to to the the the Ventura Ventura Ventura Ventura County County County County County star. star. star. star. star. star. Roughly Roughly Roughly Roughly Roughly Roughly Roughly 11,700 11,700 11,700 11,700 11,700 11,700 11,700 11,700 doses doses doses doses doses doses doses doses doses of of of of of of of of of the the the the the the the the the Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine have have have have have have have have have arrived arrived arrived arrived arrived arrived arrived arrived arrived in in in in in in in in in the the the the the the the the the county. county. county. county. county. county. county. county. county. Some Some Some Some Some Some Some Some Some 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 doses doses doses doses doses doses doses doses doses of of of of of of of of of the the the the the the the the the Madonna Madonna Madonna Madonna Madonna Madonna Madonna Madonna Madonna vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, which which which which which which which which which does does does does does does does does does not not not not not not not not not need need need need need need need need need to be stored at super Cold temperatures is expected to arrive today. One of the leaders of Inter counties Vaccination task force, Mike Pettit says Although there have been nationwide concerns about vaccine hesitancy, more than 70% of the local health care workers offered, the shot chose to be inoculated.
"pettit" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast
"If they got more peaceful. Yeah. So yeah, this one does start on September twenty ninth and it's on the it's on the website. Great and you do have some amazing guests who will be joining you on that course. So you will get the wisdom of not just Dr Bill, Pettit but some other amazing I don't know facilitators guides all they're going to be co hosts they're going to be sweeter. We had a meeting on Friday of the Co host four women for men and in all of the men are men of color native American from South Africa and to African Americans, and in my next one, my women I'm going to have at least two two women of color. Whether, they're Indian or Spanish Hispanic or African American because. The wisdom, it won't be my wisdom because we're all connected to the same wisdom. There's only. The main computer. But, the the calmer and quieter we are we access. WHAT WE ARE Instead of. Being caught up in the illusion. So you know the the wisdom everybody's everybody's. Everybody's. There is no difference in the psyches in the spirit. Soul is just in the level of understanding of the truth of that. that it appears to vary. Right, and we can see the beauty and others. Everybody everybody is really wanting to understand this truth. Yeah it one of the things that starts to happen is you. Most of us have peoples that are the we us and them. And what you start to see is there's no them's. As only as The US as. Well, thank you so much for joining me today bill and. I. Look Forward to Your corks into future conversations and for those that are listening..
"pettit" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast
"I would suggest you read twice through because you'll have different eyes and ears the second time through. And then if you still have questions will work out whatever you need to work out. Because those books, those books are so powerful and I. Hear People that that. So often have read books by second third and fourth generation three principals teachers. And they've barely if any read or listen to Mr Banks and I I say that just doesn't make sense to me because if you're a physicist who wanted to learn about relativity, you would start with an Stein's three, nineteen, five papers. You would not go to a second third and fourth right off the bat. That is true and I do every time I listen to banks. It's there is a sense of peace that comes over me. And I love some earlier where he's talking about you like your at your true identity I think was the name of a talk which I think goes to what were speaking of. And and also I will also share with listeners that if they go to your website, the Doctors Pettit Dot Com is he e. t. t. i. t. that you have some phenomenal Talks especially, if it's someone that's coming from psychology. Psychiatric perspective you really talk very well about you know how this transforms your understanding of that profession, which is so useful. right when we get back to you talked about resistance and so i WanNa talk about things like yes. As a talking about like the as a parent of course, there have been times when I blow my top like every parent does now there's no perfection here but the the more that I can sit in place a witness consciousness. And when a strong feeling. Arises within my consciousness rather than personalizing rather than identifying Oh, I caprice am angry if I can just feel that as a sensation without personalizing I, allow it to pass through. and. I mean when you were studying body end on Edison was that ever the approach in that? Well No, I mean we weren't. We didn't we learned a lot about. What happens in the body when people get into a state of mental stress it you know it. People get chronic activation of their stress response and chronic systemic inflammation which has been implicated in between eighty and one hundred, ten physical illnesses. You know that even things like tinnitus is a is a is seen now as a lot of circles is a sign, a destroy the body that divine mind universal that something is trying to let you know that there are systemic inflammation. So no the idea that that we could let are negative thoughts pass and that that that were like our mental wellbeing as like a cork that you can push down. But once you stop pushing it, it comes back to the surface in your mental wellbeing returns that.
"pettit" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast
"That was it at my essence? That was attempting to guide me every moment of my life but. It's hard to. It's hard to hear a harp playing that's bringing wisdom and I'm using that as a metaphor. Did you say your North Carolina and South Carolina South Carolina? So you it's hard. It would be hard to hear a harp playing there was bearing wisdom. Beyond the intellect if I had the South Carolina marching band. Playing in my head. And the other thing I I refer to is Mr Banks I mean I I encourage people to go to www. Said banks, DOT COM and my friend Shane Kennedy MR banks died in. In two, thousand, nine. He has experienced in nineteen, seventy three, which is now forty seven years ago. In two thousand. When he was seventy, we finally convinced him a number of people to allow himself to be videotaped. And so whenever people bring up the word cult I, just I get tickled and they say, why are you laughing I said what called leader? Do you know? Resisted being videotaped for twenty seven years because they didn't want followers. They don't want I'll talk to clergy I'll talk to doctors talk to mental health professionals, I'll talk to educators. But I don't want I don't want followers and we said we know said, but here's the deal. You're seventy years old you're not gonna live forever. We you know in this form and he died nine years later, but we need videotapes to be able to show people. So if you go to www said thanks dot com you'll see there's there's three sets of videos in the middle is Long Beach tell people to start with in the first one is what you said the great illusion. I say watch the first half of the great illusion at sixteen minutes. If you're not interested. Then you're don't. That's okay. Don't don't listen to it. Until or unless you say, well, wonder what that guy was talking about. but most people listen to the first sixteen minutes. They end up watching all four four of the videos twice through because because people know truth when they hear it. In the sixth little books that he wrote, you know when people sometimes say I really wish I had the money to talk to you. But I I, you know I say, well, why don't you read his six little bit books i..
"pettit" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast
"A thought in creating my experience moment to moment and I got some glimpse at least that he was saying that my experience moment to moment in my life one, hundred percent of the time was coming. From me and my use of this. Thought. And I at the time Like I said was forty one years old twenty six and a half years of education. I'd had a residency in a total of five years of residency. And became a board certified psychiatrist in the my residency I probably had between eight hundred and nine hundred hours. Of Lectures on mental illness and medications for mental illness. And Caprice I had. Zero lectures on mental health. And yet, when I I mean, it's funny if if it wouldn't be so tragic right and then I got board-certified I passed my certification in board in Psychiatry and neurology a two-thirds was psychiatry one third neurology or Olson Britain's and I later got board certified in. Geriatric Psychiatry and Adolescence Psychiatry and certified in Addiction. Medicine and board certified in psychosomatic medicine in body mind medicine and but at the time I so I I George said this man that had changed his life as a psychologist. He said I know this is gonNA sound strange bill but he's a welder with a ninth grade education who in Nineteen, seventy, three, ten years earlier had had a life changing Biffani. and. Since then he'd been teaching doctors and psychologists and. And and. The one. He's coming to San Francisco April Fools Day to do a Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday. Would you would you enroll which you come and I I did and? That's when I had this experience that I within thirty minutes caprice. Of listening to this man. Who Sat quietly front of about two hundred and fifty people? He said quietly and just talked with no prompter notes. No nothing just from from inside. and. Even that was very strange because I'd never seen anybody do that before. And I knew within thirty minutes that this man knew more about mental health. Probably Thousand Times more. Than I. So what part of you was he'd speaking as you sat there for those thirty minutes well, I, mean..
"pettit" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast
"Okay So welcome to humans rising where we have conversations that as consciousness and expand your awareness of who you are. So he can have more good days and I'm so excited that today with me is Dr Bill Pettit a retired psychiatrist who has been doing some amazing work and I can tell you how I met Dr Petted he was referred to me actually about a year and a half ago, and we my daughters my two teenage daughters and I had a session with Dr Pettit. And the Truth and the understandings that he shared with us were really transformational. So I am so excited to bring him. and His wisdom to you. So welcome Dr Pettit. So happy to have you with me today. Well. It's I'm glad to be here caprice and I, I'm fine with bill whatever doctors is fine. But if I'm fine with bill, know that. Kid. Well. So I was first of all, really excited to have you work with me my daughter's because. They are naturally quite skeptical. And to me it was important that you had a you know a a very long profession. As you know as an empty is a psychiatrist and had really changed your approach to mental health and so when I see just the sky rocketing levels of anxiety and stress and depression and suicide I feel like maybe were Haina heading in the wrong direction. So we would you really share your story of how you came to while I, choose psychiatry and then, and how did your your work and your understanding of mental health evolve. I'm really glad to do that. it. It really did It it really changed you know in. Nineteen eighty three April fool's Day nineteen eighty-three but but I but I kinda jump ahead You know. I I was like I think most of us I was you I was looking to. To find peace of mind. And and to live. In a daily basis where I wasn't. In reaction to life's challenges as much as I was, it seemed like I was. Constantly, In reaction to things in often tell people I used to have sometimes up to six to ten hissy fits today. In, response to things. And it was clear to me for the first forty one years of my life. That those hissy fits were being caused by things.
"pettit" Discussed on The Storytellers Network
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"pettit" Discussed on The Storytellers Network
"So yeah my biggest struggle right now is just being creative and and productive and so it's a balance you gotta find and maintain so you use the word allegation I wanna I wanNA unpack that when when you have this publisher rusher the you are working for. I guess maybe beholden to is that part of the struggle of being a traditionally published authors. That they expect a timeframe certain subjects or do they allow you the freedom to do what you're doing and write something different. How does that work with a publisher? Some with a small publisher. Sure it's not a one of the big five or the big seven and so I'm not beholden to the New York publishing houses by any means Spy Do have freedom I don't have a current book contract not under contract to write if I was it'd be different still producing book. I just don't think I'd be producing the quality. I want want because the next book I want to come out. It has to tell the story the way I want it to be and the book I was working on at the time. It just wasn't there and I didn't and have that same connection internally and if it's not there then you know it's GonNa come through to the reader So I'm not under obligation with that right now if I were if you were to sign a deal say three book publishing deal than Yeah. You don't have a choice that you have to hit deadlines For me I had zero deadline. Writing fate of the redeemed and I decided a self imposed the publisher said they wanted the book to be published on October first. And so I I did my best to make that happen and but it wasn't really an obligation now as far as exploring other things I probably could but I'm also not obligated to publish just with publisher I could still sell published. I could reach out to different types of publishers and I recommend for authors to really figure out the publishers. That have a strong wrong Sense of what you publish you know. If you're going to publish specifically science fiction from a Christian perspective then you probably need to go something like enclave Klay Publishing if you want to go with a secular romance while then you probably needs to reach out to the people that are publishing secular romance and really specializing talk to assume that every publisher has everything and no specialty is erroneous so okay so publishers. Typically have kind of specialties. You should kind of chase down on. Yeah absolutely makes sense man fascinating. I could go anywhere with with this. This this is a conversation. I'm learning time but also just landed on about your story to What so you said something earlier about I wrote down? Refill you refill your creativity creativity. Where do you go for that The car you know right now. Right now I'm you know said the word obligation earlier I'm not allowing myself to write anything out of obligation so I have this fascination with ancient texts. I don't know why I just think it's two cultures gods and goddesses of Greek norse worse Ancient Samaria although I'm just fascinated by them and so I listened to some podcast right now. I'm listening to the epoch of Gilgamesh which has a fine in his fascinating and I'm also reading some Information on some websites about ancient Samir. Samaria I liked mythology podcast and and so I'm just doing some study on that and I have plans for that. Because throughout my stories I incorporate angels demons in the spiritual warfare. This battle battle is going on behind the scenes. And I think there's a direct route to the gods and goddesses in myths and legends of engine cultures. And I want to bring that into my stories and so for me to to find that creativity. I'm exploring and doing the research so but a hate traditional boring rain research like It's not fun for me but this kind of stuff that I really enjoy. Oh yeah and so. I'm glad I'm writing in a niche that I enjoy but I need to really spend some time researching it. So that's for me. That's what it is and at the same time I'm writing poetry. Just about life in micro so it's a they just a five minutes. There's a poem and just kind of just enjoying it. So you can fill yourself by still still creating an output absolutely yeah for you anyway. The law of apathy is a real thing things that sit. I will break down When I was in the military is just is running gag We had tanks and trucks Humvees the armored vehicles and they sat in the motor pools and if they were left unattended. They'd get leaks. They would rust. They would break down. They have to be started. They have to run and so the writers different writers authors creative people in general musicians for not using our creativity. It's it's It's not like riding a bike. You you will forget you need to be doing it and so the more you're doing the better you are but at the same time you have to make sure that you're filling yourself up with new information and I think that was my problem was I was putting out. The information is getting better crafts. Like my pros getting better and all those sorts of things in my storytelling. My Arc's my character development. Those were getting better. I just didn't have anything a new and so that's that's what I'm doing now Interesting I love. I love the idea of research in a fun way. Not just like Looking through books at a library breath. I don't WanNa know about but podcast and everything there's so much there's so many ways taken content now the why not explore those right absolutely. Yeah podcast. Great Great and audiobooks Yeah I think my favorite is podcasts. Because I can just click on. I can subscribe or download several episodes and just listen to so mom at the jam driving to work and mix it up you know. Listen to an audio book. Listened to some podcasts. If you're going to be on your phone which most of Americans are on their phones nonstop on. Stop do something creative if you find me on my phone I'm probably researching ancient Samaria and not scrolling facebook. Which is weird and I get that? But that's it to me and I like it there. You go so Chad. How do you think we can use story to improve our everyday lives? Oh man and We could probably spend two hours talking about that one. Just the data loan you know people come through my class US and I'm teaching them fiction at the beginning of the year. I teach ninth grade high school English in at the beginning teaching fiction. Why do we need to read books? Looks well because we gain empathy through characters characters relatable way learn their experiences. You know when I was in college I I used to say this in some of my classes all the time you can sit here with your history books all you want but if you WANNA know about American culture prior to the revolutionary war get the journals of all the pilgrims get journals of the people that were involved in the The earliest relationships with native Americans read those journals. You'll find the the truth. Read the poems in the books If you want to know about Culture Nathaniel Hawthorne's time. Read the hawthorns books because the expression the culture it is expressed in those books and so we can learn about our culture and see the flaws in it. See that's the best the key dystopia and literature at love DYSTOPIA stopping literature because it allows us to explore the possibilities of what will happen guys like Aldous Huxley and and they they nailed it they rape bribery. These guys predicted the future. We're talking about people that didn't have. TV's predicting people doing things that are doing with TV. He now to talking cars. Cars drove themselves in a time. When this guy didn't even own a car out his Huxley Predicting The addiction people would have with pills heels and so stories? Allow us to get empathy for other people. They allow us to understand the flaws in our culture. They also help us to understand. Stand the best parts of our culture and they allow us to explore the possibilities of. What would happen if we didn't do this or if we did do this? I don't think there's a better way an story and those so when you say story have to believe you ought you probably picture like I do from our conversation more than one way. Take a story. There's novels short stories poetry micro-moments as you said I mean is that like do you think of all those different ways to taken story. Oh definitely definitely and you know I. I'm hoping to start a podcast Sometime next year. That's you know that's not throwing that out as a commitment anybody listening into this on hoping to it I've light just podcast. I I also like the idea of getting some public speaking engagements. It's just to extend into some different ways of telling the stories. I love him so good so much. Good stuff here How are let's get a little bit tactical you you've gone from self-published to traditionally published Utah earlier in the conversation about the ups and downs? That you had how you and I. I love what you said about. Don't use social media to advertise your book as -essarily right But the question comes down to. How are we supposed to get our stories out today? Great question if you figure it out. I need to know I need you to send me like on on that So what your marketing guy. And you understand that knowing your target audience is the key. If you don't know your target you're wasting wasting your time you're throwing darts at the wall but not only knowing your target but knowing how to connect with your target. So if I've got a dartboard on the wall and I grab a flame thrower you're I'm not going to get the job. Done my dartboard with a dart and give the proper distance then. I'm getting something done but if I take that DR board I stand back four hundred yards and throw a dart at it. I'm never gonNA reach the target so all that to say you need to know who your target readers are where they are and how to connect with them so twenty twenty is going to be a crazy year. I think twenty twenty one is going to be the big disruptive year for Amazon just noticing the trends about every three years huge disruption Back in two thousand nine was like the surge the e books and In recent years. We've you've had the surge of audio and audio is on day one maybe days zero honestly so A lot of readers are big on libraries. But I think subscription is going to be the big thing moving forward you look at Disney. Plus you look at Netflix Hulu. Everything is based on a subscription subscriptions. Not New is just resurging so I think of readers I think of writers figure that out and figure out how to master the subscription model. Oh they're going to be in good shape and there are some people doing things like Patriot on But paycheck supporting the artist. That's not supporting the reader. So Yeah You you support me on patriots and you get free stuff and I write but and so. That's sort of a symbiotic relationship but I'm talking about us. Subscribe to me and give you stuff on a regular basis. That's the model that I think is going to disrupt in twenty twenty one gonNa take over. I don't know how that looks But but again going back. If you don't know how to reach those readers you can forget about it so a lot of readers are not buying books getting them at the library. So are you getting the laboratory's you gotta figure out how to do that. The publishing houses are taking their lessons from self published authors. The big a Hollywood is reaching out to self published authors now and things are different just the world is changing and we need to be a be adaptive but I haven't figured out marketing I. I haven't figured out how to get the big sales. I'm not that Guy I do know. Based on research that social media is not is not effective. If you WANNA sell books on Social Media Udine about a million followers on facebook to sell one book it's kind of a numbers workout terrible really surprised. I'm not surprised though. Oh Yeah it's it's one of the things when people hear that I'm in marketing like Oh so like social media I mean that's one place. Yes but that's not where we that's not how it works so right interesting yeah. facebook keeps taking away more and more so Yeah I so Mark Your calendars toward the twenty twenty twenty. We're going to see the subscription thing change. I love that we're going to watch that And it's and it's fascinating to figure out where that's going to go and how to build community to get subscribers right. That's what it comes down to. How do you build your community that women subscribe to you? So that's good stuff JEB. So I'M GONNA get to my at my last question here just a second but I wanNA make sure everybody listening gets to connect with you. So where's the best place to hit up Chad Pettit and see all of your books and read your stories and give us a listen to that forthcoming podcast. Yeah so so definitely.
"pettit" Discussed on The Storytellers Network
"Chad Pettit grew up in the so now for the show authored shed pettit grew up lost in the world of fantasy fiction but alienated from a knowledge of God with no so real direction in life he shipped out for basic training just twelve days after graduating high school and from there he continued down a path of destruction and and send through two combat tours in Iraq but then he was pulled back from all of that destruction and met God awesome story. I love this. I love how he writes it all out on his website as well. But that's that's sad story now. One passionate never left him was his love for fiction and for the last seven years. Here's now is as this episode is going live. He has done just that he's gone back to school. He earned his degree in English. He developed his craft. He's now teaching young people people had to do just that as an English teacher himself and he writes stories in fact he went from being a self published author to being a traditionally published author her. Now he's on a mission to pull back the curtain on spiritual warfare and show others how to overcome trials through faith. I love it. I'm so excited to bring Mu Chad Pettit. So let's get.
3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018
"Spring three men are facing federal charges for supplying the drugs that authorities believe killed rapper mac Miller the U. S. attorney's office says Cameron James petted Stephen Walter and Ryan re this are accused of distributing narcotics including counterfeit pharmaceutical pills containing Fenton all Miller died of an accidental overdose the indictment alleges Walter supply the fat now and cocaine Pettit sold it and
"pettit" Discussed on KPCC
"Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us. Media critic and feminist anita's keys, then made headlines a couple of years ago when she called out, sexist and misogynistic depictions in video games, Circassian criticism triggered threats of graphic violence against her and virtual non-stop online harassment part of what became known as gamer gate. Her latest project aims to root out toxic. Depictions of LGBTQ characters in gaming the frame contributor, Steven Cuevas recently spoke with her keys, Ian, and he has. Our story in the first episode of the three part, queer tropes in gaming series directed by any the Sarkisian host. Caroline Pettit explains. Its core objective. We need war games in which clear characters and clear identities simply exist, whether the player chooses to access that content or not sound simple. But Sarkisian points out that such transformations never came so easy in Hollywood. A big influence on game producers games, I think still struggle with how to tell narrative and so they pull out these tropes, which are not necessarily bad things, right. Too often though they are used to reinforce harmful stereotypes. Let's hear a clip from early on in the first episode. Caroline Pettit is talking about a ninety arcade game called crimefighters two players face queer coded enemies in leather with exaggeratedly effeminate walking animations who literally dry hump the player as an attack, but they don't stop there. These guys will try anything if there's a lamppost handy, hell they'll hump that, too. It's just a nana's. It makes me laugh every time. I mean when you first saw video games like that. What was your response? It was my first time. And I was like. We're providing a re framing for a lot of people who grew up on these games, so games that you had played when you were younger that you didn't ever notice that we're folks are demonized in these various ways that now all of a sudden, like, oh my God, I played hours of this game and had no idea until I got older or were given the tools to be able to deconstruct them. It's a digital realm. That's also starting to draw scrutiny from national organizations that track hate and extremism, including the anti defamation league toxic savior of harassment in online games. Issues with the culture of the game companies themselves. Daniel Kelly is co director of the center for technology and society launched in twenty sixteen to combat hate and extremism across the gaming universe from the video games themselves to live streaming player platforms like twitch, the is now working with game, designing companies to come up with video games that can foster inclusion and tolerance. There's talk chicken hateful, culture and practice in games. There's also I think credible potential for games and the process of creating games to be a tool to help folks. Explore the shoes and James and Keesey and says she has seen gradual improvements in recent years, partly because game designers are starting to see that being more inclusive is actually good for the bottom line having female protagonist is not going to make your game fail. If you make a good game people are gonna. I want to play it or seeing a more opportunities for different kinds of narratives protagonist different kinds of villains than we have historically been seeing games, feminist frequencies clear troops in gaming series does spotlight some of those games one host Caroline Pettit points to is the award winning first person exploration game, gone home story includes a blossoming romance between two young women Samantha, and Lonnie and the game, ultimately creates a feeling of warmth and safety that validates clear loud. He came over today. Do you think? You could ever in. That's when she kissed me since it's uploaded March clear tropes in gaming series has racked up tens of thousands of us on YouTube series is designed in part to help video games evolved into spark healthy conversation, but Sarkisian disabled, the comment section YouTube is trash, and people are very mean to us and post horrific things. So why would we allow that discourse to flourish in our spaces? We get to make the choice, whether we want to allow that on our YouTube channel, which we do not start Keesing knows something about horrific comments, her twenty twelve series tropes vs women in video games called out, sexist and misogynistic portrayals narratives and gaming and it triggered a nasty backlash that included rape and death threats. And even the creation of a crude video game where players could assault circadian. She spoke out about the attacks on comedy central's Kobe report in twenty fourteen. They're actually responding to the fact that we're saying gaming can no longer be this little boy's club anymore that there are many of us women who've been playing games, our whole lies. We're challenging the status quo of gaming as a male dominated space, kick. It. DC. Do you hear the applause for the idea of male dominated base? The harassment was horrible and it's not over the threats of violence have led to the occasional cancellation of speaking engagements and taking extra security precautions out in public, including when visiting KPCC, but it turns out Sarkisian series, also accidents, exposed, the toxic nexus between the openly racist anti-feminists extremist ideology of the so-called alt-right and affection within the gaming community. It sounds areas because it actually is circadian believes the same type of online harassment and rhetoric used to attack hurt others, as far back as twenty twelve have since seeped into our daily politics, you can see the copycat of the tactics that were used to harass that, then the Trump administration and supporters of him used in order to recruit in order to spread conspiracy theories, and it is very concerning for the future of like online discourse and. Literally, our political landscape. And we're seeing the cost of this circadian says she's now working on a project that will delve deeper into the connections between extremist ideology and the world of gaming for the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas. And speaking of Steven Cuevas, he'll.
Dallas Diocese accused of hiding info in clergy abuse investigation
"Eighteen the child exploitation swatted. The Dallas police department received information regarding sexual abuse allegations against a priest who previously worked in Dallas by the name of Emilio feted this information came from the Dallas Catholic diocese and the investigation of the allegations led to the issuance of an arrest warrant for Mr. in addition to the allegations against Mr. Pettit. Detectives are investigating at least five additional allegations of child abuse against other suspects, these investigations stemmed from additional allegations made after the case against mister Peres became public now place described the diocese that wasn't forthcoming with critical files and relied on personnel to identify predatory behavior when they had no background or training to do. So however, Bishop Edward burns brushed. That aside he said the church has been transparent. During all investigations. Diocese has been flop. Rated with the ongoing investigation of these priests even before the list was me public and has given police the personnel fouls for all the priests named in the warrant and has been involved in ongoing discussions with Dallas. Leave depart ment investigators and detectives the diocese will continue to cooperate in all investigations of sexual abuse against minors. Now, the group survivors network of those abused by priests or snap released a statement commending the Dallas police department with rating. What they call the secret archives of the
Your smart speaker may capture your voice-activated fails
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by pinata for businesses. And universities Panatta was everything YouTube isn't with enterprise grade security Bilton recording and live streaming and a unique search engine that finds any words spoken in any video Panatta was how professionals share knowledge. I can't tell you. How many times I've heard Alexa? Bring the beer. Alexa is always listening. And so is that guy from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. This week. Bloomberg had a long story about the people who listen to the failed interactions with Amazon's smart speakers and train them to be better. Antonio Pettit is one of those people and last month, he told his story to the prime to podcast produced at K U O W in Seattle. Antonio is a writer for smart speakers, he worked on Cortana, Samsung's Bixby and the Amazon echo, and he was part of a team responsible for listening in on the times when you might have teased your echo or asked a question that didn't get a response or even accidentally woke it up. What he learned. You're never quite alone. When you're speaking to these speakers, potentially there's always the, you know, there's always the possibility that your data is being used for quality assurance, and that there is somebody on the other side of those devices like human that is over hearing. Let's dig into this more in our quality assurance segment where we take. Deeper look at a big tech story. Joshua mcnichols is one of the hosts of the prime to podcast, he interviewed pet it. And he said that the range of audio Amazon collects is very broad those sort of accidental moments where maybe a cat knocked over a vase in it made a sound that sounded sort of like electronic, you know, when the vase fell those recordings go into a bucket called quality assurance where somebody is listening to them in in sort of classifying. Why did this not turn out as we had planned, right? We've written all these pairs of questions and answers, like if human say this than Alexis should return this answer. But some of those just aren't classifiable, and they have to they have to judge. What went wrong, how do they before we dig into, you know, the implications of that? How do they do that? I mean, they really just apply like human logic to it. Listen to it and think, okay. This doesn't match the script or is there. Also, some engineering that goes into it. Exactly. We'll I'm sure there's algorithms that help them with some of them. But a lot of them go to a human and human listens. To them because humans are still better at interpreting human speech in many ways than artificial intelligence. How hard would it be for one of these engineers one of these people in the quality assurance department to figure out who the user is? Well, the information that comes to them is anonymous d-, but who knows what might be recorded in that time period. It could be some information that could be identifiable, right? And if somebody managed to you know, attack one of these companies and get these recordings or something, then that's another thing. But we don't have any evidence that that has happened yet. Because even anonymous there have been plenty of incidents throughout technologies history of anonymous data being pretty easily tracked back to an IP address. Yeah. That's right. And we know the data that may not be easily ascribed to you at this time at some point in the future may be more easily correlated with you by combining different data sets that allow you. You know that creates associations that aren't in one set of data alone. Joshua mcnichols co hosts a podcast called primed about all things Amazon you can find a link to that episode on her website. Marketplace tech dot org. And now for some related links elsewhere in Amazon news, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, put out a letter to shareholders this week in which he talked about the company's failures and said that actually the development of the echo smart speaker started around the same time as the company's biggest financial failure, the Amazon fire phone can't remember that. And it made me think because at the time, it seemed really obvious that Amazon might need a phone to complete its ecosystem since so much of our shopping and browsing and adds delivery was becoming mobile. But instead smart speakers are among the fastest growing categories in consumer electronics and phones have kind of peaked in fact on Thursday Credit Suisse assigned a neutral rating to apple and said it expected the company's smartphone sales to decline by double digits. Maybe the right call by Amazon bazo says letter also said the company will have to keep experimenting with potentially multibillion dollar failure. In order to keep innovating and one other note on Amazon before we go today, the company has been criticized for how it treats its workers at fulfillment centers and warehouses low pay long hours and very unfunny working conditions like people peeing in bottles because they're afraid to leave their desks well on Thursday pilots at Amazon air protested over low pay and what they said are terrible working conditions. The pilot said the pressure to keep supply chain costs low for Amazon is creating bad conditions for cargo pilots all across that industry. Maybe not the ideal way to finance the multibillion dollar experiments Stephanie who's produces. Marketplace tech Yvetot is our senior producer. Dan Powell is our engineer. I'm Ali would have a great weekend. Everyone. This is APN. Not everyone gets a chance to learn about the economy in school. Marketplace helps you continue your education in a way, that's smart accessible and hopefully a little bit fun. Your donation is not only an investment in your own learning. But also in helping us make more people smart about the economy, and that's good for everyone to learn how you can help. Visit marketplace dot org slash investors. And thank you. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of San Francisco at USF. You can study the new digital economy from its ground zero surrounded by the firms that built it and the startups that will create the next revolution. 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"pettit" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"pettit" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"pettit" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Fernando sire watch Pettit. Refocus brought to you by. Healing DAL and said I'm in Tampa. I'm I'm guessing you're across state up north. Yeah. Yeah. There you go. Yeah. I'm I'm across date. I'm going to be going to Tampa myself because. My son jokes gotta game there. But not for a couple of weeks. Well, you go into I don't know. I hadn't even thought about this. You swing it into into Ocala for the sale next week. Yeah. I'm going to be there on March twelfth. Just for the day. And then I'll be at crate, burn IX, Glenn hill crawfish boil that night. And then the next morning I gotta get back for a game on Wednesday. Nice. Well, I'm actually going. I may I'm I haven't talked to to Tom van Tori yet. But I think there's a chance I mean HP convention doesn't start to Wednesday. So I I may swing into Ocala and be there for the breeze show. And I thought that might be fun Monday and Tuesday. So there's a chance that we intersect there. And if we do that, we'll have we'll have a lot of fun. We can. By the crop, while I'm sure craze won't mind. I appreciate it. I having just been in New Orleans though. And the the the mud bugs were the the mud bugs were prominent. We had we had a little too Fe. I forget remember where it was like a bar like a Tina came in the night, she came in and she got in kinda late. So we none of the major restaurants were opened. It was like eleven thirty. We ended up having fabulous food in just a dive bar, which is Sean. Which is what makes no Orleans. Yeah. Exactly. Craig gets is crawfish from New Orleans. You bet undoubtedly. One of the other over here on on the west coast of staying near Tarpon springs and about ten miles from the track. And I have not been I've been here in ages. And I haven't stayed in this area. I lash was three years ago when we were in Clearwater for the HP, but. For the track. And for the purposes of, you know, overnights on the shore..
"pettit" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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