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"roy" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

01:58 min | Last week

"roy" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"The maturation of lightning, growing up by going vertical. By Roy scheinfeld. It's almost tautologically true that specialization within a social system increases with sophistication. In fact, increasing specialization could be one way to define social sophistication. Example one our global society is pretty sophisticated. I know how to create products, ace a trivia contest about the wire and find the best shawarma joints in Tel Aviv. But I have no idea how to knit, design and efficient photovoltaic cell, or where to go rock climbing around Maputo. We're all experts at something, learning more and more about less and less. Compare that with hunter gatherer societies, where everyone can basically duke everything. Everyone can weave a basket, catch a fish, light a fire, sing a song, recite the rules of the tribe, make a shelter, et cetera. Though their worlds are complex, their societies are simple. With very little internal differentiation or specialization. Example two. In the early days of the web, companies like CompuServe and AOL were basically one stop online shops. They were ISPs providing basic connectivity, email, social media, IE chat rooms, content in the form of news, weather, and so on, and search, often in the form of an actual curated directory. As the web became more complex, we now engage with multiple companies for each of those functions, including all the writing, editing, commenting, revising, and so on. Even a simple post like this one will involve the services of a few ISPs, a few email providers, a few cloud storage platforms, a few cloud text editors, a few image repositories, and who knows how many background services. And now, it's happening to lightning.

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Roy Sheinfeld on the Maturation of Lightning

Bitcoin Audible

01:58 min | Last week

Roy Sheinfeld on the Maturation of Lightning

"The maturation of lightning, growing up by going vertical. By Roy scheinfeld. It's almost tautologically true that specialization within a social system increases with sophistication. In fact, increasing specialization could be one way to define social sophistication. Example one our global society is pretty sophisticated. I know how to create products, ace a trivia contest about the wire and find the best shawarma joints in Tel Aviv. But I have no idea how to knit, design and efficient photovoltaic cell, or where to go rock climbing around Maputo. We're all experts at something, learning more and more about less and less. Compare that with hunter gatherer societies, where everyone can basically duke everything. Everyone can weave a basket, catch a fish, light a fire, sing a song, recite the rules of the tribe, make a shelter, et cetera. Though their worlds are complex, their societies are simple. With very little internal differentiation or specialization. Example two. In the early days of the web, companies like CompuServe and AOL were basically one stop online shops. They were ISPs providing basic connectivity, email, social media, IE chat rooms, content in the form of news, weather, and so on, and search, often in the form of an actual curated directory. As the web became more complex, we now engage with multiple companies for each of those functions, including all the writing, editing, commenting, revising, and so on. Even a simple post like this one will involve the services of a few ISPs, a few email providers, a few cloud storage platforms, a few cloud text editors, a few image repositories, and who knows how many background services. And now, it's happening to lightning.

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The Origin of the Diaconate

The Bible in a Year

02:23 min | Last week

The Origin of the Diaconate

"Let's look at this. This is chapter 6 of the church. The church begins essentially. Jesus said he built his church upon the apostle Peter on that rock. And here in chapter two, we have the day of Pentecost and the birthday of the church right there. Now here we are four chapters later in chapter 6 and already, there are some issues. There are people there are factions on later on in first Corinthians will see even more kind of factions that are even greater in fact, we're going to see that in the apostles. But here's the first one in that first one is some people are being treated different than others. And that is not good. But it is not unexpected if that makes any sense. Because while the Holy Spirit is the soul of the church, so it's divine. The church still is made up of human beings. Who can fail, who do fail in so here we are. So then what happens to the 12 summoned the body of disciples to say, because it's not right, that here we are is the 12. We shouldn't give up proclaiming the word of God to serve tables, although that's really important to take care of the widows and orphans. So let's choose 7 men who are of good faith when basically this is the beginning of the deakin it. So the Greek word here that Luke uses is those to serve, so it yaku noi, or dacus, that's where in the Catholic Church we have deakins and I know in other churches they have that role of deacon. There's something to note about the role of deacon, but one is that they were anointed or sorry ordained very clearly in verse 6 that says these they set before the apostles and they prayed and laid their hands upon them. So that sense of here's an actual ordination. It wasn't like someone just chose themselves and said, I'll do it. I'll serve and they go off and go, no, this is actually an order in the early church. So the apostles knew that they were the episcopal, the episcopate, or the bishops. They knew that they were the Roy or the priests, and you have this yakini, or the deacons. Not only that, but the very next thing says that Steven, one of those. One of those deacons, who is ordained to serve a table, what's the next thing? The next time they're mentioned, it says that he is full of grace and power. He did great wonders and signs among the people, basically, he goes out and starts preaching and starts healing, and you're like, wait a second, bro, you just were ordained to serve at table, but here you are doing this. Supernatural ministry, which is remarkable and incredible. That maybe wasn't what the apostles had intended, but it seems like that was what got it intended

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Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:26 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and

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The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last week

The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

"Another piece of tape here, NBC's brandy zadrozny blames Matt Walsh and libs of TikTok for the increase in violence against the gay community. So it's somehow Matt's fault and Elon's fault and libs of TikTok and shows like ours fault because we're really concerned that children are going to be medically mutilated and lied to by their teachers and these groomers. Play cut 59. Content moderation is a hard task. What we know is that Twitter and where the bulk of this information is right now because that's where the biggest accounts like Matt Walsh and lives of TikTok again where they sort of post this stuff. What's being done? Well, two days ago, we know that Elon Musk, who owns Twitter now. He just reversed the policy that Twitter did have against targeting and harassment of LGBTQ people against misgendering transgender people. So that narrative continues Terry any other thoughts. Yeah, look, I want to skip to the versions because that's what this is. They are the ones committing violence against transgender people or as I would describe them people with gender dysphoria. We need to hold them accountable for the violence and the destruction that they are inflicting on our brothers and sisters on our children. They are destroying their lives. They are creating sexually destroyed people that won't be able to have families that won't be able to have sexual gratification down the road. These are evil people and that's called projection. They are projecting their own guilt onto us because they know that they are the ones that are destroying our kids. They're the ones that are making these people unhappy. And you know why they're doing it because there's power behind it because there's money behind it. This big pharma companies, these surgeons, they're all on camera now, talking about how much money they're making. They're the evil ones. We're the good ones. Don't relent. We have to keep fighting.

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Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last week

Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

"Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks so much for having me, Charlie. So Terry, there's a lot of news to go through here and Terry, you run the wonderful American principles project to do a great job. Talk about some of the work you did this last cycle first. Well, we were up and running in several of these battleground Senate states, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, even and we were running campaign as educating American people, the American people about the threat to our kids, especially as it comes to transgenderism. We ran a lot of ads on women's sports. But this year we did something new that we haven't done before. We ran ads educating Americans about these transgender surgeries, the hormone treatments, and just the overall gender indoctrination that the left is doing to our kids in schools, and we produce really powerful ads. Charlie, we spent almost $15 million this cycle. It's something I'm really proud of because frankly, and I think you probably don't aware of this. The pro family movement has done a lot of great things and been good at a lot of things, but they've retreated from the political battlefield. And that's what we do in American principles project is be fill that political gap for the family. And we win campaigns and elections for them. So we're still reading on the results for how the impact that our ads had on the electorate. But we know that where the Republicans and the politicians that really leaned into these culture war issues and went on offense, they won by huge margins, right? Like look at Ron DeSantis, he won by barely half of a percentage point in 2018. He takes on Walt Disney corporation of all people. And wins by almost 20 points. Mike dewine in Ohio signed a heartbeat bill into law. He wins by 35 points. These guys that actually went into the culture war and led on this stuff. They were rewarded handsomely at the polls. And we need to get rid of the Mitch McConnell's of the world and the mccarthys and the Tom emmers, and we really need to start rewarding our guys when they fight for us because these guys want to keep us from fighting. It's been a disaster.

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Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | Last week

Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military

"Congressman the Chinese Communist Party has to be saying to themselves gosh we are so lucky to have such a potentially incompetent enemies in this government over there I mean they're not doing any of this It's almost as if they could have intentionally infected us with this woke virus to create a substandard military I mean think about all the things you know are going on right now at our military Our nuclear triads falling apart we have a shipyard shortage So if we God forbid there was a national emergency and we needed to build more ships we barely have the capability to do it Our fighter aircraft are way behind schedule We can't figure out a way to get pilots anymore I mean these are just we can't recruit our army recruiting guidelines fell short The numbers As you said I mean the list goes on and on If I had a few minutes on the phone I could go through more and just research them These are real problems It's not as if Russia just invaded Ukraine and China is threatening across the straight either I mean this is a serious time requiring serious people And meanwhile the United States Army puts out a recruitment video that's focuses on a little girl raised with two moms who joined the military to find her inner strength and shatter some stereotypes In Pride Month the air force tweeted an image of an air man surrounded by a rainbow flag There was no American flag in the image Now compare that to the posters from World War II with Uncle Sam patriotic I want you Sacrificing Rosie the riveter All the things that this country has done and all the people have done And coming together over our differences figuring out how to make sure that we're integrating and doing the things we ought to do And not ostracizing individuals But having a culture of achievement the rallies around freedom and the American flag and isn't a woke indoctrination social engineering camp which is what it's become And I want to be very clear Republicans are just as guilty because we fund it We don't demand that they stop it and we do it because well chip what else are we going to do I'll tell you what you do Use the power to burst to tell those SOBs to stop screwing up our military so that we can defend this country

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Rep. Chip Roy: There's No Time for Pettiness on the Battlefield

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | Last week

Rep. Chip Roy: There's No Time for Pettiness on the Battlefield

"The whole point of boot camp congressman boot camp and all of the in all of our services military service branches is you break down the individual of their allegiances elsewhere and you build them up as a team It doesn't matter what your skin color or your sex or whatever None of that stuff matters You're all going to go through the same experience in boot camp And when you get through whether it's the crucible and the Marine Corps whatever it is it's okay to shed a little tear is that eagle globe and anchor you get that I mean you talk to marines that matter to them It's the only pure meritocracy left to break that down and now make it some racial spoils game I mean I'm serious It's like planting a tactical nuclear weapon into destroying our military cohesion and Esprit de corps You know that's exactly right There was an old adage right that there are no atheists in foxholes Look there's no time for racism on the battlefield There's no time for all of those petty things that divide us up that are frankly a product of a broken society that is fixated more on race and gender ideology and all these things than they are on carrying out our faith and being patriotic Americans that stand up for each other Look we need strong men and women in the United States military We need strong men on the battlefield and we need to stop this woke garbage that's destroying the culture of the military where recruiting levels are now at sort of 50% levels depending on which branch you're talking about I met with some recruits at parris island in South Carolina which is the east coast training for the marines this summer And they're all there Patriotically serving their country but they told me you know I'm tired of this woke stuff And it's hard for me to get buddies to want to join this when we have to deal with this stuff So it's time to do something about it So I was proud to team up with Marco Rubio and put a report out

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Rep. Chip Roy: We Need to Preserve the Culture of Our Military

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | Last week

Rep. Chip Roy: We Need to Preserve the Culture of Our Military

"It would be really cool to have a military focused on Dan bongino and his listener is not getting dead So thanks for doing what you're doing there You can tell us what's going on in more detail and we'd appreciate it Yeah it's great I mean look at you and I both know and your listeners know wokeness is creating a destructive division And it's destroying our military destroying what you know creating division within the ranks It's creating a culture the rewards have failed incompetent leadership like abandoning Afghanistan and it's a Marxist derived ideology that's giving China a clear strategic edge over us And so senator Marco Rubio from Florida and I our teams teamed up and we put out a report to go to the American people can see some of the things going on right It's like secretary Lloyd Austin Signing a memorandum directing all service members and DoD civilian employees to get up to one day stand down to discuss extremism in the ranks Of course there was a report that said out of 2.1 million active duty and reserves there were fewer than a hundred cases which is .005% They hired a guy to put in charge of the countering extremism activity working group who's a total known leftist and activist Who denigrates conservatives and stated systemic racism is one of our great national security challenges I could go down the list The service academies right The admiral told midshipman at the naval academy that they need to read how to be an antiracist Professor at the airport said don't refer to mom and dad It might be offensive And I could go on and on and that were destroying the culture of the military We have vaccine mandates that are killing our recruiting ability We have sex reassignment procedures that are being funded by the military Hell they won't even let you be in the military If you've got frigging braces but they're going to say oh sure sex reassignment procedures I could go on and on but we've got to stop it We got to stop funding it Republicans could have got to get serious about making sure the culture of our military is preserved and protected

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The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

"Yesterday about this respect for marriage act, and in a nutshell, this is going to put a target on every single church Christian school, Christian business owner in America. You're a nonprofit. They're going to yank your tax exempt status. That's what's going to happen with this. So they had to pass this thing. There was a major hurdle they had to pass, and they were able to do it last night. 12 Senate Republicans joined Democrats. To push through this plan to codify gay marriage. And again, this is not about gay marriage. This is about not protecting religious liberty. And there's a very good chance if this thing gets passed and it looks like it'll be passed with the entire Senate momentarily, and then it goes back to the house. And the house is going to pass it, and Biden's going to sign this into law. And then you will get a knock on the front door of your church from the Internal Revenue Service. That's what this is all about. So here are the 12 senators who joined the Democrats and I'm going to share these names, then you need to call these senators and you need to give them the what for. And then I want you to call us back and tell us what they said. But these are the senators who, by the way, previously were opposed to gay marriage to get elected, but now that they're in office, all of a sudden they've had a change of heart. So here they are. Roy blunt, Richard burr. Shelley capito, Susan Collins, Joni Ernst from Iowa, shame on you, Joni Ernst, Cynthia Loomis, Lisa Murkowski, typical rob Portman, Dan Sullivan, Mitt Romney, Tom tell us and Todd young.

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Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122

"John morant and Desmond baine each scored 32 points Devin bassel missed a three point attempt at the buzzer and the Memphis Grizzlies beat San Antonio one 24 one 22 in overtime Wednesday night The grizzlies opened the extra period with an 11 to two run before San Antonio reeled off 8 straight to pull within one Moran hit one of two free throws that proved to be the difference Every player on his team every coach on the staff you know no you know when it's that time that I want the ball in my hands and you know I love having that pressure on me you know what I go do I just take what the defense gives me and try to get us a win But sell and yaka purtle paste the spurs with 22 points apiece Roy Flores San Antonio

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Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

"A touchdown run and a two point conversion lifted 50 LSU pass number 6 Alabama 32 31 Jaden Daniel scored on the tigers first offensive play of OT then hit mason Taylor for the two point conversion to end the game Definitely when I caught that last one I mean the places rock and I couldn't hear anything my legs kind of got numb but it was definitely a great experience and get great at this The crimson tide took a 31 24 lead on Roy Dale Williams second TD of the game There were three lead changes in the final four 44 of regulation and the tide knotted the score on a field goal with 30 seconds left I'm Dave ferry

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Rory McIlroy Is Golf's No. 1—but Should It Be Dustin Johnson?

Fore The People

01:18 min | Last month

Rory McIlroy Is Golf's No. 1—but Should It Be Dustin Johnson?

"Rory McIlroy is number one in the world. Yes, he deserves to be. He definitely deserves to be. I think golf's in a better spot, but Roy's number one, even though he's kind of been a clown. In the last 6 months with a lot of what he said, he's going back and forth and back and forth and he won't, you know, one day he hates to live, a Canadian open and his dog and Greg Norman, and then three weeks later, he's like, oh, I think we need to have a conversation with him. Figure something out. So we don't really know what he thinks about it. But I do believe that Rory McIlroy is definitely without a doubt, the number one player in the world. I think that's right. Dustin, you can make a case for Dustin Johnson, too. You really could. Yeah. If they had ranking points for the live shit the dude to do is just dominate it to live tour this year. So I mean, he'd be right there with Rory. As far as if Rory McIlroy called DJ at home in Jupiter on a random Tuesday when they're both in town and was like, hey bro, you want to go play for a million at the bear's club? I would probably bet DJ. Probably bet DJ on that one. Just as far as form goes right now, he's been the more consistent player. I've always taken I think DJ is the most talented player flight of the game and a long, long time. So yeah, I have to live at world ranking point so that DJ would probably be right there,

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Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Tired of Being Taken for Granted

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Tired of Being Taken for Granted

"Showing Hispanic voters we are your home the home of liberty freedom That is you here hard work This is a hardworking God fearing community Are you seeing it now on the border you think that Myra Flores Cassie Garcia races Do you think we're in decent shape down there now that a lot of Hispanic voters have found a home on the liberty and freedom side of the aisle I think there's a very good chance that we could win all three of those races I don't know for sure write a couple of them are going to be close But there's a good chance And the reason is simple The people in South Texas heavily Hispanic it's to mix but heavily Hispanic are tired of being taken for granted They're tired of a Democratic Party that is more interested in race baiting than they are in actually trying to stand up and defend the country and create an environment where you can achieve the American Dream through hard work and they've been put into a place Hispanics in South Texas by the Democratic Party As a essentially a pawn in the political tools of the left And they're tired of it I can promise you I've talked to them When I go down to South Texas which I do regularly And I rate at this administration for empowering cartels for allowing individuals to die Kids to die from fentanyl I had four in the county I represent four who have died in the last two months in the schools 8 that had to be resuscitated with Narcan There's a direct consequence to all of this And I believe that there is a changing tide And that Hispanic Americans are tired of being taken for granted And it's a new era in the American political scene

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Rep. Chip Roy: The Consequences of the Biden Admin Will Be Felt

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: The Consequences of the Biden Admin Will Be Felt

"We can go down so many different paths on what you just talked about that I do think it's really important for people to know the consequences of this administration are going to be felt for a long time And we've got to obviously have a rebound Congress is going to have to check in and use the power of the purse and then hopefully we get a new president in two years But the consequences are pretty significant and you just rattled them off You didn't even get into the woke up that is going on in the military Which might be the worst of all of it because our recruiting levels are so low because these guys go in there and they don't want to be preached at They don't want to be told that America's evil or apologizing for their race or say that they don't can't talk about a mom and a dad or whatever the air force economy It's all crazy but yet they're doing it in massive ways in terms of creating all these diversity positions that DoD and all of these programs But the situation with Ukraine is a perfect example right Where we don't stop and say what is our national security interest Make a decision All of us would agree we want to provide some lethal aid to Ukraine to be able to hold a lot against Putin and to be able to stand alongside our Eastern European friends Eastern Europe understands freedom better than anybody in the world including Americans There are some of the best freedom lovers in the world So of course I want to help them But $70 billion blank check in dumping out our arsenal is now putting us at a detriment And risking our national security just when China is rattling just as Russia's rattling just as the Middle East is rattling So we're going to face the consequences of this for a while The next presidential election they're going to have to have a real serious position on what it means to re strength in America for the 21st century

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Rep. Chip Roy: We Are Empowering Our Enemies Like the Saudis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: We Are Empowering Our Enemies Like the Saudis

"Degree of lying from this White House is unprecedented The whipping incident inflation is transitory There are no Americans in Afghanistan The student loan program is free It goes on and on and on Now they got caught again with this illicit Saudi oil for votes thing they're trying to push before the election I mean you being from Texas That has to really piss you off considering your state is floating on a sea of petrochemicals that a Biden would get out of the darn way Texas could power the whole country probably It's got to be annoying Yeah I mean to say the least It's terrible because of what we could be doing Not just for our own country in lowering the price of gasoline and making sure that we've got reliable grids because we've got so much energy that we can produce in this country especially if we unleash nuclear as well But it's just ridiculous that we are empowering our enemies Like in what world do you the greatest country in the history of the world the strongest country in the history of the world Go and kiss the ring of the Saudis and beg them beg them to open up oil because you need it for elections We had a whole impeachment kerfuffle over a phone call Trump had with zelensky And this son of a gun literally is begging the Saudis to open up oil So we can try to save the country After by the way dumping our almost our entire strategic petroleum reserve from something like 700 million barrels were down to 300 million barrels and depleting and all so that they can try to save the election That's what they're doing to go gas prices are going down Yeah you're dumping the strategic trolling reserve while you kill our ability to produce oil and gas in this country It's absurd It's hurting our national security and it's hurting our economy And it's all for these unicorn theories of energy by the way It's just ridiculous

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Rep. Chip Roy: Three Things Happening About This Election Right Now

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: Three Things Happening About This Election Right Now

"See a few things happening in these red states where the states have been insulated from crazy because red states have had governors and they've had policies that are pretty decent right One of them And so bubbling up percolating leftists who put out ideas but they're very theory You know because they're not impacted by New York on the other hand right They're dealing with rampant crime They're dealing with the direct consequences of the leftist agenda So you're seeing a push back there Let's take Mike Lee Can you talk to conservative state They're in generally good shape But you've got Evan McMullen running as a supposed independent Yet he's anything but a clear Democrat a clear liberal He said that he supported ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation He's talked about gun regulations He's talked about supporting unreliable quote green energy He's a waffle on abortion He's touted the federal role in education He's promoted critical race theory He voted for Joe Biden I keep going down the list He's a liberal He's done fundraisers with tester I mean he's a Democrat But he's carved out this thing as like oh I'm mister independent And then you've got that Mitt Romney wing of the Republican Party in Utah that just can't stand a guy like Mike Lee who is principal and who stands up and fights and does what is right when it is hard to do it And so Mike is in a little bit of a tough race I was out in Utah Last week almost two weeks ago And had a great visit out there and we got some good folks out there Ted Cruz is going out there to close out the race next week A lot of us have been coming up and if you're out there you're listening to this you know show up for Mike Lee There's no more important rates in the country than ensuring that Mike Lee wins his race for Senate I think he will but it's closer than it should be And we've got to make sure he gets it done

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Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Flocking to Republicans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Flocking to Republicans

"Covered in my first hour How I've run for office I lost you one I didn't get it done Couldn't cross the finish line But you know when you run a couple of times you get the process kind of down and you see a lot of things other people don't get to see him I have not seen an electoral environment turn in the Republicans favor Like this since the Tea Party And I think what's about to happen in 12 days congressman I think it could be I want to get ahead of my skis here but I think it could be worse They're panicking over D plus 12 D plus 13 districts The Democrats Well you're exactly right I mean I think you can look at a couple of the bellwether races and you can see what's going on right The race is down in South Texas or a perfect example where you've got three Hispanic women running one of them is my dear friend Cassie Garcia Running against guys like Henry cuellar who am I like It's a friend of mine but still supports Nancy Pelosi and a radical left And Cathy's running on a strong border security message She's married to a border patrol agent She's strong on border security not afraid to talk about it And Hispanics are flocking in that direction If you look at Northern Virginia and you look at jasla Vega against Abigail bamberger another one where Abigail she's a friend of mine I've worked with her on Bing But again she supports Nancy Pelosi And what you have there is she's running abortion ads I mean they're so out of touch And so out of step with where the average American is right now in terms of what the impact is on their families with respect to inflation with respect to energy costs with respect to crime with respect to what's happening with fentanyl in our community And they're just way out of touch and that radical left is just getting I think that's going to shine on election day and I think it's going to be a big night for the GOP

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Rep. Chip Roy: The Dumpster Fire of Issues Voters Face

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: The Dumpster Fire of Issues Voters Face

"Saw your tweet just so many issues to choose from when it comes to what is the most pressing issue facing voters in the midterms and it's just it's a dumpster fire every corner you turn here in this country. Yeah, there's no question. Yeah and transit going around campaigning going to go help the elsley Vega and Virginia and then go down to North Carolina with my friend Ted Cruz on his bus. Helping Ted bud and got a lot we got to do, but I can tell you what everybody cares about in Texas, I can tell you front and center at the border, quite open border and how they feel in danger and the fentanyl coming in, killing our kids. But everybody's feeling where the impact of the COVID tyranny, what it's done to our kids, the extent to which they've been falling behind in their scores, which of course we all knew what happened after their forced masking and forced to be away from school. But this woke stuff that you were just talking about there about all these absurdities that's being pressed upon our kids. That's a whole nother thing that we're dealing with. And the president's reaction is pretty telling. I guess the closing argument for the Democratic Party is you must allow kids to have forced gender identity changes going on in their lives. That's their closing arguments for Democrats while inflation is running rampant. Borders wide open, fentanyl is killing our kids. Our energies getting absolutely demolished by an administration that pursues unicorn fantasy energy policies instead of reliable energy. And that's their closing argument. I'm curious,

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"roy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:53 min | 3 months ago

"roy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And indirectly, or directly had some impact on the expansion that took place back at that time. The expansions that have taken place here recently, I don't believe we're on a totally unexpected, particularly in the case of the SEC. About the addition of both Texas and Oklahoma were a strong trust for the conference. Not only from a marketing position, but from a competitive position as well, there are two great state universities very similar to our state universities. And I think that meshes very well to make it a stronger conference. The big tens expansion perplexes me a little bit. Because you're talking about totally non geographic alignment. And I don't know how you build that into strong traditional rivalries and the things that have made college football so strong in the past because you've got two teams on the West Coast and everybody else is spread around the country from there. And that one is unique and whether it works or not, I'm not sure. But certainly it's there and it's their primarily all because of television. Yeah, and commissioner, it's also there because the SEC made a big move and you know that battle quite well. It's almost like these two conferences, 1 may be dominating on the national scene like our conference is, but the other one has to figure out a way to get noticed and did they ever. So that's true. And that's been true all down through history call. If you look back as conferences expanded as the SEC expanded back with South Carolina and Arkansas, you saw that trend continue across the country and other conferences. And that's what you're seeing right now, of course. Commissioner, as all these things happen, you know, many who have watched the games for a long time become very concerned and I know that so far the game keeps growing and the money keeps piling in, but what would be your most serious concerns about where we are right now moving forward. Because you get a myriad of issues out there today, Paul, as you well know, a television being one of them. And so some degree affecting everything else because to a degree that has driven the NIL issue. It is driven other issues across the board. The game itself changed greatly once the television back to came into be. I can remember vividly that when we had the first college Football Association television package, the conferences were able to, in that negotiation with college Football Association, have the early afternoon window to themselves. This was the first time conferences by themselves had ever negotiated in any way. And we, of course, negotiated for a couple of years to start with an early afternoon package with the Turner broadcasting. If you can remember back that far. Oh, sure. And then that eventually grew in the course of the Jefferson pilot package. And then, of course, eventually in about 1995, when CBS approaches, we decided to withdraw from the college football associate and I might add at that point in time, that was extremely controversial. I had a lot of good friends that were going to speak to me forever. They all came around to date. But we pulled out of the college, first of all, pulled on the NC, and then we pulled out of the college Football Association, and negotiated what I felt was perhaps one of the biggest changes that came along for the southeastern conference and from a national image. And that was the independent package with CBS for the three 30 package every Saturday afternoon on a major network. Commissioner on that front, I'm sure you've seen the stories, not official yet, but it's happening with ESPN moving on from the Big Ten and the Big Ten having the primary Fox deal and then the two other I was about to call them secondary deals, but they're not secondary with the reports are with CBS and NBC. What do you think of that strategy to leave ESPN and chart a completely different course? Well, that is unique. You know, perhaps the biggest change that's come under the scene in television from my early days to the day is a growth of ESPN, the network itself. Which has become sort of the name sake of not only college athletics all sports. And as a result, has an enormous power in enormous strength in the market as well as in the market for fans and interest and all of the things that go along with it. And for the Big Ten to go to turn you back on that is very unique. And I will wait to see how that works out. As this has moved forward, as you well know, and because you're a part of it with the SEC network, which is highly tied to ESPN and as a result, all right, the major network policy plan moving over to ABC, the SEC has been able to maintain a very strong national package. Now, can you do that with three or four blending three or four or 5 networks together that remains to be seen? We're talking to commissioner Roy Kramer and commissioner, I'm particularly interested in somebody and this is the part of your career that we never talk about, but you were an outstanding football coach. Just to an extraordinary coach that I know you're too humble to reflect back on. But so you understand the evolution of the player over time, but we are now a year and a month into NIL and from your perch, what are your thoughts on how it's going and what happens next? Well, it's sort of a wild west experience out there right now. Unfortunately, we did not, we're not able to take some strong steps as this began to happen, and as a result came down through the courts before either the NCAA or anybody else really addressed the issue.

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"roy" Discussed on The Line

The Line

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"roy" Discussed on The Line

"On October 3rd, 2003, a Tiger attacked Roy Horn of siegfried and Roy. One of the most famous and infamous magic acts in history. For 44 years, they performed 30,000 shows for 50 million people. Generating well over a $1 billion in ticket sales. But given just how mega famous they were, it's remarkable how little we actually know about them. Ladies and gentlemen, the superstars of magic, the mystifying the most outstanding act intro business. Big freedom. And Roy. The more successful siegfried and Roy become speculation surrounding their personal lives only grows. It's a very unusual relationship for you to have. That's true. We are brothers. We are actually more than brothers. Are you lovers? Siegfried and Roy are very private people. No one knew anything about their personal life. We stimulated the fantasy of the audience, cosmic fantasy, there is nothing. And then when this Tiger incident occurred, it was an extension of that. Incident occurred on stage in which Roy sustained a serious injury from one of the tigers. We heard one of the stage hands yell cat loose. There was so much so much blood. This was hell on earth. Shortly after the Tiger attack, the media spin has already begun. After over 30,000 live performances, this one tragic accident is obviously an anomaly. But what if the attack isn't an anomaly? What if it's actually just misdirection? Look. And you're doing these interviews, and you're saying that you've had no accidents. Those words are like a stab to your victim's hearts. There's the siegfried and Roy we all witnessed on stage, and then there's everything that unfolded behind the curtain. From atwell media, Apple TV plus, and me, Stephen lecher. This is wild things. Siegfried and Roy. Listen.

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"roy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"He is Roy Jones. Junior the four time heavyweight champion of the world, although you're here this week as a father. Yeah, he has a father, my daughter Reagan came up to two Alabama she's enrolling here. So it's a beautiful thing. You just never know what guys gonna lead you to, you know? Well, it is so great to see you. And I just think I just saw Mike Tyson waiting for you around the corner. You were talking to coach a minute ago and he brought up that he still irritated as anybody who follows boxing about what happened to you in the Olympics in your career since then. It's been really one of the most spectacular in boxing history, but it seems like it all begins there. And for those who don't know, and most of you do, Roy is from Pensacola. So that's really part of Alabama in a way. But you go back to that Olympics. You won the silver and a lot of people who don't know the story of saying Roy Jones failed to win the gold. And it's an interesting story. That's a very interesting story. But, you know, to God be the glory, you just never know what God has in store for you. And I feel like after all, with that defeat, I went to stealing my gold medal. It turned me on hot because I was on lukewarm, but I wasn't on high. You understand me? So when they stole my gold medal, I feel like that was God's way of turning me on high. Because now, even after the Olympics, I had something to prove. How did you not win it? They robbed me. These jerseys say he won to just say I went out was funny.

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"roy" Discussed on Mystic Access Podcast

Mystic Access Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Mystic Access Podcast

"And unlike the oximeter, it gives you a little ticks. But also results heading. Blood oxygen. Nightingale, blood oxygen. 94%. Button. Okay, so there's a 2% difference between the oximeter and the watch. The watch says he's 94. The oximeter said it was 96, and that kind of believed the oximeter more than the watch because of for whatever reason the troubles that we were just having with the watch. But I've seen them just about a point different when I've actually compared them. Yes. Well, when he hasn't gotten weird results from the watch like that. So you're going to get a pretty accurate result in terms of which you want. If you are not someone who's into smart devices, if iPhones or any kind of smartphone isn't your thing and certainly a smartwatch isn't your thing, then paying $50 for a talking oximeter, maybe the way to go for you, particularly if you have a respiratory illness, you need to keep track of this information if that's something medical professionals are telling you you need to do, then this could be a great solution for you, and it's quick enough and easy enough where you can measure multiple times a day should you need to. The other thing about the watch before I started this experiment, I did notice that it said 95 for the oxygen level. But I don't know when that was taken, it might have been taken 5 minutes ago. It might have been taken at the same time as the other one because the watch decides to take your oxygen level whenever it sees fit, but you can also force it. Like I just did to do the oxygen level. I trust the oximeter and we can even just run another one just to see what we could see. We can see what the difference is or how it stays in terms of points. So again, Chris puts the little oximeter on his ring finger. Presses the button holds it for about four seconds. Count down 30 seconds. You get a clear female American voice. She may send for me or to some of you she does to us. And now Chris is gonna sit still. Any of these medical products if you buy them on their own from either us or from Barry, or $50, you can get deals if you buy more than one though. Many people are buying all three. And the measurement your blood oxygen saturation is 97 your pulse rate is 73. 73, pulse rate is the same and blood oxygen is a little bit, probably because he's been sitting up straight for a while and breathing deeply. Exactly. Oh, that's probably increased. Your blood oxygen saturation a bit, which is don't obsess over it. A certain person here. I know likes to do. She likes to obsess over things that if she doesn't get the reading she wants, she'll try again. Try again until she gets reading that she wants, which is, you know, not really helpful. It's really not. So I'm gonna put this back down again. So those are the three different talking medical devices that we have available. All are easy to use, all come with brief audio instructions, two of them are done by Lisa salander. One is done by Barry the oximeter one, and they range in length from about 9 minutes to 11 minutes or so in the southern fairly short. But they give you enough information to learn to use the device properly. Let's talk about some of the stuff that we have here. Yeah, we got some cool stuff too. And this is just gonna be a little goody's podcast. This is kind of what we're doing for this episode. For those people who have lots and lots of wires, they like to connect or have laying around. You know, you have a stereo component system, which is pretty rare these days, but people still do it, yep. You know, you're 5.1 surround sound stuff. You know, all that stuff has wires behind the cabinets and you know your computer desk. I don't know how these things just combined and spaghetti and all this wires that everybody has. Well, I think Kim might have found us something. I may have, and I really like it thus far. It's been thus far the most popular of our three new kind of stocking stuff for presence that we put on the site. These are little silicone wire ties or cable ties or twist ties if you like. But they are magnetic, so they come in a little bag. You get 7 of them in a bag. The bag is nicely closeable. It's like a little ziploc. And inside you will find 7 of these little twisties. They are in all colors of the right though. So you get a red orange yellow green, blue, indigo, and purple one. Roy G biv. And each one is made up of a silicone wire or string. Thicker than a twist tie, really, but it's not terribly thick. But it's very flexible. It's very stretchy. You can stretch it. Of course, unlike a rubber band, you'll have silicone a lot longer and at each end of the silicone twist typing is a star shape. And within each star shape on either end of each twist tie, is a magnet. So you can twist these things round, you can put them on wires. You can use them as fridge magnets. You can do any number of things to them. You can stick stuff to magnetic dry eraser boards, things like that with them, which all kinds of things you can do with these. And I'm going to try and get this close to the mic and let you hear. Let me see. I don't know if you can hear that. That's how strong the magnets are. They're coming together. Here you try it. Yeah, they're pretty strong. They're pretty strong. And because they're silicone, you can bend them and flake some and twist them to get them exactly the way you want to hold your wires, hold them together. And they're just really cool. There's a lot you can do with them. There are a lot of different ways you can play with these devices. So really love them really happy that we found these. They're washable. So if you need to wash them off, you can do that. And they're just cool. We thought you would like them as much as we have, and we've been thoroughly enjoying them. We can't wait for those first few of you who have ordered them to go ahead and get yours and see what you guys think. So we'll be anxious to find out what you're thinking when you get these. Really love these. They are available on the website and right now they are 10% off of their regular price. So these are great, especially if you have some of our cables and you like those already. And you know the kind of quality that we offer in accessories. So these are just a really cool way to supplement those or if you already have a ton of cables and you're like, how do not need more cables? This could be a way to make sure they are well organized for you because you do get 7 of them. So we definitely recommend with these, if you like them, get a set as gifts for somebody else and either give one to.

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"roy" Discussed on Mystic Access Podcast

Mystic Access Podcast

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Mystic Access Podcast

"You want to call them, they're here for your enjoyment. The first thing I wanted to let you know is that the efficient and fun techniques for listening to podcasts that is a mouthful that is an event that we held recently. It is now a product for anyone to purchase and for those that have already purchased the product or were attending the live event, yours is waiting for you in your account. It sure is. This is just a little over four and a half hours of content. It took place over three sessions and then we have some Q&A questions in there as well from a fourth session we did with black participants. And it turned out great. There's a lot of really interesting information in there. We talked about ways to listen to podcasts via iOS, via Android, assistance, manually adding feed URLs to players, listening through websites, listening through all kinds of different ways. Streams tracks, there's a lot of content in here on a lot of different methods. So we think you'll probably find something useful for you if you're looking for an alternative way that perhaps is something that you thought about, maybe wondered how to do, you can find out more information. If you think a different way would suit you better in different situations, you can find all kinds of ideas and options in this event. So it's now as Chris said a product. It's now daisy navigable, or of course, you can download the MP3 version as well, whichever you prefer. And we really hope you get a lot out of it. We had a lot of fun, putting it together, especially the third session because there's a lot of really interesting info in that one. And we think you'll find it pretty interesting. And it's $39 regularly on the website. Our Black Friday sales are now a thing as well. Yep, we started early. Everyone else is. So we said we might as well do. So we joined the party instead of waiting until the 26th normally Black Friday, so they probably need to brand that to be November, Black Friday month or something like that. Especially over the last couple of years, things have been really hard, so we're excited to start early, give you guys some good discounts. And we all win with these Black Friday sales. So you could discounts and we get to start sales early and things are happy for all of us. We hope. So we have 30% off of all of our digital documentation, so that's three zero, not 13. So 30% off of anything. This lasts until the last day in November. So through November 30th, our Black Friday sales are a thing on our hardware we are offering 10% off. Unfortunately, there's not much more you can really do in order to make anything because you're really not making anything on the hardware anyway. Yeah, you don't make much on hardware. And so it doesn't seem like much, but it's enough to give you guys a smidge of a discount off and it's pretty much what we can offer you at this point. We really can't go above that. We tried 15 a few times, and it was just way more than we could do. So that's been a while, generally, it's ten. That's what it is now. Speaking of hardware, though, we have a lot of new hardware to tell you about today. We're going to do that later. Okay. We have another two more announcements. We do. And the first announcement is the November free event. That will be on November 18th, at 8 30 p.m. Eastern Time and we're going to talk a little bit about low cost stocking stuffers that we found and or we can even have user participation. So we're going to look for you guys that actually come to the glass and tell us what you found as little stocking stuffers that are under 50 bucks. Yeah, let's keep it under the 50 buck range for stalking stuff or type gifts. We can talk about all kinds of things. There's actually a lot we can talk about. We'll talk about some stuff that we've gotten or found and also just some cool ideas that we found online that you might want to consider. And then we'd love to hear what you guys have to say. Our November event is traditionally a fun one. So we'd love to have you come participate hang out with us. And we'll talk all about cool fun, affordable holiday presents for yourself and for those who love. Some will be taking in nature because that's what we do. But some may not be. So we'll have a good conversation. What we're gonna do too with this one and we stopped a while ago recording the Q&A because what we normally do is we pre record the event and then we play the event and then we do Q&A. So what we're gonna do this time is do it live. Yep. So we're going to record the Q&A. So anybody that comes and you speak, you will probably end up in the class recording. And we'll snip your night out, you know, we don't have a problem with that. We want you to be relatively anonymous for people. I mean, I know you may not care, but you know, sometimes it's just smart to cut those things out on recording. So we'll do that, but your voice will probably be in class if you choose to talk, so we'd love to have you come, as I said, this is always the really fun event of the year. So come hang out with us. And the other event is our, I guess traditional now. Yeah, it's become traditional, hasn't it? Yes. Open house on Black Friday. Right. Well, the real black. The real Black Friday. The day after Thanksgiving, the Friday after Thanksgiving. Yes. Here in the states. So what we're doing is between one and 5 one scam in 5 p.m. eastern. We will hold an event. That is not recorded. And please do not record it. Please, please, please. There are ways to record Zoom meetings without other people knowing. But just really no point to and you want people to feel safe and secure that they're not being recorded if they choose to say something. Some people just don't like to be recorded, so they will not speak in anything that is being recorded and that's great. But sometimes people do record them. And there's really no point. So these are really informal, they're laid back. They're just to be fun. So there's nothing really to record in here. Yeah, we might provide some answers to some questions, things like that. But generally speaking, we would really ask you not to in a situation like this. So this is just for fun and if we do answer a question that is helpful to you. Just make a note write it down. Exactly. That will be your little note on what we did to answer the question. So people come and they ask take questions, they ask about the company. They talk among themselves. We have reunited friends who haven't talked to each other for decades in these open houses. So it's really kind of fun to see who meets up and how things work out at these things. That was really, really cool. It was like the first person I was like, hey, are you so and so? Yeah. Do you remember me from like 30 years ago? And we've had it happen over and over. There's been at least three.

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"roy" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"And did you do. The cover. Design of the spinner. No not stunned by very gifted colombian designer called monica. Horry's who's done who christopher discovered. And she's done each of the books and she. Each time has such an incredible ability to unite text to an image that really gathers off many of the teams. And she often meeks these things she made an actual cleave horse and then photographed it for the skull and on the inside. There's a technical term for this page isn't crystal. What's it called purple on the end papers. There is this bengali script. No it's all to it's or do calligraphy and what it is is the original off the epigraph. We're out of time. Which is so sad. Because i talk to both of you. Forever krista. what next for mountain leopard press publishing books and translation from. I think it's now nine languages and the next one is early novel by the great colombian reuter evalu- rossello after that an account of the astonishing actual journey of little amal which goes on today from syrian turkish border and ends in manchester in november Little puppet is interestingly today athens. It's an extraordinary project that an artist create a welcome for her wherever she arrives. You're absolutely mena children And she will indeed becoming to london. She'll she'll make away here by the. It's a six thousand kilometer journey. Something eight yeah quite an amazing project so christopher we can look forward to much more coming from mountain leopard press and amerada. Your book obviously published by christopher. People should look out for. It's called the earth spinner. And it's by amerada. Roy both of you because for clothes and arado roy. Thank you so much for joining me on the program. thank you. you've been listening to. Monaco reads thanks to the production. Team of lillian. And laura. hope. I'm gina godwin. Thank you for listening..

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"roy" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"Roy has worked in offering industry for over twenty years and has authored several books including the art of unit testing these days. He is working as a freelance consultant and trainer onsite for various companies across the world. Welcome roy a good to be here and hello everybody kinda excited. Actually yes so before we jump into the meat. Would you give our listeners. Maybe a little introduction to yourself you know perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry. Yes sure well. It was a windy and stormy day. Well vin software villa for twenty years I've done most of the different chores and tasks and roles from developers senior developer. Cto vp Architects of project manager tech lead qa. I got into a lot of stuff Especially when you work in different startups you get to wear many hats so The way like to explain his that. I've done so many mistakes. I can teach people how to avoid them. That's basically the idea. Yeah so. I've i've done a lot of different things for very small and very large companies and in the past. Let's say ten to fifteen years. I've been working on and off as a consultant for a few years and then hired person for a few years. So i kind of switch between these two roles a jump into a role for a few years. I learn a lot then. I jumped out and i basically do consulting on this stuff that i've learned then i jump back in jump back out on the three years. I've been just kind of navigating between a lot of large organizations. It's been a crazy rights so interesting and so many different problems that arise when the size of deportation becomes larger so to me. That's a fascinating subject. We'll probably get into at some point. Okay and so then. What is what is a day to day for you. Sort of look like today these well. I don't know about you what i'm working from home. And i'm working a lot with zoom and microsoft teams and thankfully not so much with skype..

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"roy" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"The most hyper kinetic cities in the world so this is one particular community but we worked with almost not such communities and so the daily grind off. It just keeps you so busy and your mind going in such circles that you don't really have the you know the time and the luxury i had stopped writing. I remember telling a friend of mine. Emma lab straight so when i thought of this project then i began. Applying for residence is to carve out the time and spins to think and to write and i had this in my mind that wildest places on it came from the garrick does from watching them that while the splints was you know what it was. They anecdotes were full of grease and depth. Then you so fairly deep thoughts and that had to come out it can be written in a row. We because the police. It had to be written in a thoughtful way. Because that's how the characters were and residencies allowed me the space to be to be thoughtful about this please these characters and right it in that slightly polished than roy and the second more equally important in the company of writers. You know when you watch great writers polish and work at craft every it really keeps you going really keeps elevating yourself. I must tell you that the greatest writers met at residencies were the ones who just polishing really working at it every day and every feeling like they could have done more and that's really a wonderful feeling to take away and how about your own literary influences because of course this also foods you time to read and there's a certain There's a certain magical realist feeling to this book. And i wonder if mark is is up there for you. Yeah absolutely you know when because tell me or very matter of fact they would be sitting in mouth has come from long sometimes and they would say all. We saw shit on which is an evil spirit..

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"roy" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"This. Obviously you can and at this point in the lightning network lighting has been growing insanely. We think we're getting one hundred and fifty new nodes a week now on average. The chart looks like it did back when it was first kicking off and everybody was just booting up nodes just for the hell of it because lightning was new and they wanted to boot up. Nobody knew what the hell was. Hell what it was like or what to do with it. most of the people myself included. We're just gonna booting up nodes and then like okay. Well this now. What i do with it and just kind of letting it die or closing the channel or something after it was dormant for three weeks or a month or something because there really wasn't a whole lot to do with it at the time. Lightning was brand new. The developers like lightning labs and everybody was still telling you. Please don't run this. This is hashtag reckless but the the grows of network then obviously because it was coming from zero was huge is a really sharp up curve. We're getting into that same kind of sharp up curve now. But now it's because there's liquidity pools like roy talks about in this piece of the lightning liquidity and then there's also a lightning swaps. What does that service. I just found. It's basically the exact same thing. It's more of a rather than a non-custodial are quote unquote. Decentralized Marketplace that you're actually running as a program. This is literally a website that aggregates other people saying i'll pay x. Amount over some amount of time for liquidity. So it's more kind of like a dating service for people who have liquidity and people who need liquidity rather than the more back end sort of automatic automatically runs lightning pool setup which is essentially non-custodial service but lightning is not a toy anymore. It's integrated into numerous exchanges. Now it's being used by tons of new services. I get to use it all the time. Now it's so much easier to actually not only. Is it better to use like as a network and as the payments itself. But i can use it in so many more new places so many more places than i could six months ago a year ago. It's like night and day. i use it constantly now. I haven't thought about failed payments in months there. Numerous non-custodial wallets that. Do basically a fly by wire channel opening. Roy was talking about this. The roy Kind of termed excuse me coined the term. Lsp's lightning service providers. Brees is kind of the first one that i knew of at least did this. I think i saved another one or two recently. That are now doing this exact same thing but the three that. I always recommend the main ones that i've i've used all them got the tinker with that. Do this basically will open a channel on the fly immediately are breeze moon breezes got no on the endless be easy and then moon is m. u. in and phoenix And phoenix's on android. But these are wallets that you can literally just basically open. Get a qr code. You send a lightning payment. It's running. The countless arguments of new users will never understand. Channels is too complicated..

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"roy" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"So before we part company today i have two last questions for you number one. What's a good mind hack for our listeners that they could implement right away to become happier more productive. What comes to mind gratitude. set your day. I thing you should do in you. Wake up is set and prime yourself with gratitude even the smallest thing A believer can guy wherever it is. You thank you for my heart. Thank you for my family. Thank you for this the computer. So i can socking create. Thank you for technology. Thank you for the water. Thank you thank you in when you get when you were were not primed unfortunately for gratitude so we have the prime it. Every morning i literally wake up on opened my eyes like thank you for another one and if we come from a place of gratitude it's not just the easel tariff thing. It's actually tangible that it helps us create be creative and just to kinda add onto that if you doing things of gratitude. Each morning the first morning it's shocking. How many people go ten and you think of all the billions of things you have in your life to be grateful for the kenyan think of ten but they some people okay ten so the ten the first day and then different and the next day and by the time you get to the third or fourth day your mind all day long is looking for gratitude because you know next morning needs to do ten and just change your mindset. So it's a great tool to feel good in the moment of gratitude but more importantly the entire day is spent being grateful and happy for the things you already have a which is pretty magical. So looks like roy was so inspired by this need for gratitude that he's writing his gratitude journal right now. Roy thank you so much for being on the show. And i'm looking.

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"roy" Discussed on Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

"Now entering crews flying anyway again joining me. Today is roy by swinger. Who's somebody who's passionate about powered parachutes. I've talked before about this. And i tell you roy just sitting there watching those those things flies just so much fun. Welcome to the show while. Thanks so much for having me and It's great to be here. and yes. They are a hoot. I've been doing it for a bunch of years and i it. It's one of those things i think it's like any aspect of flying. You just can't get enough of it and it just happens to be my flavor. You know one of the reasons i got back into. It is just watching it. I mean you sit there. It's actually really cool to watch and and doing that. I went to the internet. And then i found your youtube channel which you're doing a great job on all and and that got me back into it because you give us that perspective From a powered parachute. But now that i'm excited about it. I have a bunch of questions and that's why we're here today. You know. And i. I like i said i really. I'm excited to go fly in this and i'm actually excited. I just realized that you're not far from me. So we're gonna definitely get into one of these but First of all kind of explained make. I'll be honest with you. First time i saw one and my wife asked me what it was is like Yes in aircraft. So you know since we don't have images to work with what i usually describe it to like if i'm gonna party or something is i'll say look the apart parachute is kind of like parasailing You know on on the ocean somewhere. We got the boat and the rope and it's pulling pulling you up and you got the parachute that's giving it a left. Hey will this is like you lose about in a rope because yourself powered all right and you take off on yourself and criminal have to take you..

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"roy" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"That kept him out for a night or two and he's still pretty young as career. But did you see any impact on his game. Coming back from that injury. Yeah there's a little bit there. I you know i think just not natural tendency. You know you take an injury like that. You're you're a little tentative I think the best thing is to go out and get yourself involved physically get hit a little bit And because of the type of year that we went through this past season You know the the players. You don't have that practice time so some of the things that the coaches can work on those timing issues at and again those confidence things He wasn't really able to do so. I would expect him any anytime. You get a look at edison serious injury you know especially for somebody who maybe hasn't been hurt least at this level It takes time to rebound and it's usually that next season when you see that full full recovery come into a factual. I expect him to be back to himself confident. Comfortable playing in all situations at it'll be something that he'll look upon. that ruling. Never happened in the he'll he'll just go butters game as as he knows it today. We're talking about sean walker ostensibly the third pair right defenseman for the l. a. kings although i suppose he can play up on the second pair in pinched averaged eighteen minutes and ten seconds. Not that far behind a matt roy. Who's the second pair at forty seven games. Five goals thirteen assists eighteen points minus thirteen as i said eighteen minutes and ten seconds last season in seventy games five goals nineteen assists twenty four points with twenty six penalty minutes in a few more seconds per game eighteen. Fifty daryl sean walker and matt roy seemed to me to be sort of flipped sides of the same coin mat. Roy's the penalty killing version of sean walker. Sean walkers the power play version of matt roy. But sean walkers game has a little bit more offensive punch to it. i mean. obviously if he's getting the power play minutes but a skating's batteries he'd is better What do we like about sean walker. This season i think a lot of those things you just said. Jesse i. You know sustainability Hockey iq the instincts. That he has he gets that power. Play time as you saw the ice with your your most creative players that he can not only jump in and be worth. But i think he can compliment as well. He shoots the puck. Well enough ought to be able to get shots group from the point We did see him. Score some goals. And i thought it was a big A big increase in the latter part of the season at confidence seem to really jump out he was aggressive on jumping up and joining the play and his numbers reflected that And as we said up. No even with matt roy as kings start to get a little bit more scoring upfront. I think you'll see his offensive..

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"roy" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Serial Killers

"For him to pay his tab and leave but really didn't plan on going anywhere when finally he got up he moved towards anita his cold stare and purposeful strut made her nervous and she instinctively started backing away. But it was already too late. Roy grabbed her. Anita tried to fight back grasping at anything within her reach. Perhaps you could not come unconscious or at the very least get him away from her but it was no use. Roy was much bigger than anita and stronger to he easily overpowered her and pulled her into the back room there anita threw bottles at roy their contents pouring out onto the cement floor as the glass shattered he punched anita in the face and knocked her onto the ground then the suggested he ripped out her clothes and raped her in the past. This is far as roy's attack would have gone. But while anita lay on the cold wet ground trembling from shock. Roy considered his options. He could proceed the way he had. Before and lead anita live or he could prolong the thrill and hurt her even more. He chose the latter. His gaze fell upon a loan screwdrivers sitting beside a sink and he grabbed it then. He knelt over anita and stabbed her thirteen times. Mostly in the chest once he was certain anita was dead. He pocketed all of her jewelry and stole money out of the register and the safe then he and left johnny's not even bothering to clean up after himself. He tracked footprints all over the bar and tossed the murder weapon back into the sink where he'd found it. It was a bloody disorganized mess. All of these actions indicate that roy falls into the category of ah disorganized killer a type of killer who murders opportunistically fbi profiler john douglas and robert ressler coined the term in the nineteen seventies to help local police departments better understand the killers. They were hunting. Because we know. So little about roy. Melanson upbringing examining the personality. Type of a disorganized killer may provide some insight into his past and who he was in his book. Whoever fights monsters ressler asserts that disorganized criminals often grow up in strained family environments where both substance and sexual abuse are prevalent due to a tumultuous upbringing. The disorganized defender internalizes negative emotions and never learns to blow off steam. In a healthy manner disorganized killers also have a poor image. They ruminate over any physical or mental quirk that distinguishes them from others and usually withdraw from social settings as a result disorganized. Criminals can't relate to others and rarely for many close friendships when they commit murder. It's often only because an opportunity presents itself with no clear motive behind their attacks. It can be more difficult for. Investigators to track down disorganized killers. Indeed after roy stole anita's cadillac. From the janis parking lot. No one knew where he went. He seemed to vanish into thin air. Anita's sister myriam. Found her body the next morning and immediately called the police unfortunately despite the untouched crime scene there was little usable evidence for authorities to work with. There were a few partial fingerprints on some bottles and bloody footprints on the stairs. But they didn't match anything in the police database the next several weeks the napa pd investigated anita's tirelessly tracking down and interviewing the few patrons. Who'd been in the bar that night. Several seem to recall the presence of mysterious drifter but no one could offer more than a vague description of roy by late august. Almost two months after the murder authorities had exhausted every lead and felt they had no choice but to give up they had no idea who killed anita for all they knew he could already left town and he had by that stage roy had high tailed it out of napa and made his way east to colorado there. He befriended a ranch. Hand named chuck mathews at a bar near gunnison. Chuck was a vietnam vet. Who was just as chatty as roy. At some point. Roy mentioned that he was looking for someone who could kill a bear that was harassing the animals on his property. The penniless roy was clearly lying through his teeth. Nonetheless chuck bought the story. He said that he had a rifle at his place. They could go grab it. And he'd help hunt down the bear the next day. So on the morning of august. Thirtieth roy hopton chuck's car and the two drove around forty miles north of gunnison and up into the mountains. The two men were excited at the thought of attacking a wild beast but their enthusiasm was dampened. When chuck's car kept malfunctioning. Eventually they were forced to pull over on a desolate mountain road about ready to give up. They sat on the hood of the car split some beers and waited for the engine to cool down enough to get them to the nearest gas station. According to author steve jackson twenty five year old michelle wallis emerged from a nearby trail head with her dog okay. She introduced herself and asked the man where they were going when they told her they wanted to get back to gunnison. Michelle shook her head and surprise. Her car was parked along the way she told the men that if their car could make it to where her mazda was driving them to their final destination royan chuck happily agreed and they set off when the trio reach. Michelle's car they climbed in and began the drive south to gunnison. Likely feeling at ease with roy who sat in the front seat. Michelle seemed eager to talk. Perhaps she told him how. She was about to embark on her first professional photography assignment and had spent the summer living in the rocky mountains. Honing her skills. It was early evening by the time they arrived in gunnison. Michelle parked outside a bar. Where roy and chuck it asked her to drop them off. Chuck thanked michelle for the ride and hopped out. But roy stayed where he was and asked her to drive him a few blocks over to his truck chuck cocked. His head really hadn't mentioned that he had a truck but before he had time to object. Roy michelle and her dog were already gone chuck shrugged and headed into the bar expecting roy to join him in a few minutes. He never returned.

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"roy" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

"If you need any help with maurice when she gets to town to call Or you guys couples counseling. We're the couple. But we also specialize in other couples. So it doesn't really matter you could be single or a couple or a threesome or throttle. And were here. We handle all day amax. Congratulations well congratulations to you. Roy looks like you got yourself a bride and it's going to happen any day now. I'm looking forward to it. I can't wait to make a toast. Yeah we will. Don't worry okay. Love you by roy nicole you out. I love every one of your family members because they all bring something to the table like some. Here's the thing though you dealt with royce health insurance so you know what i'm dealing with with him. Getting a visa for his potential wife isn't going to happen. I mean i don't wanna say that. Because i wanna believe my brother but i just know his habits but it will speak so highly of roy if it does get done because it means like that was something worth attracted to her. You don't have any other meal prospects right now. So maybe can get with your brother to break up with his fiance. So i can date. Sounds like a lifetime original movie. You know who has a great podcast about lifetime original movies. Sarah colona is it about left only about life. She and her friend. It's really funny. Well i'd like to pitch you a project right now. Then because i would love to write a lifetime original movie called murders in the midwest and it's all about this guy in my hometown who was embezzling grant money. That was supposed to go to native american students to go to college. He was embezzling. It and everyone in town knew what was going on. He lived in multi million dollar mansion. He built a gymnastics studio. No one town does gymnastics. Small town of thirteen hundred people and was he could've been who knows so turns out the state found out what he was doing. He went to a meeting where they basically said like. Hey we've backtracked all the logs so we know what's going on. He went home. He hit a safe told his son's girlfriend that if anything happened to them like you know she needed to find a safe and killed his entire family. That night burnt the house down with everyone in it. God a lifetime. Original movie totally totally horror. Put me in contact with someone..

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"roy" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Balls reaches tonight per meal roy. It's been an absolute pleasure sir. We're going to do another one about your new book The big book of manchester in the seventies hyphen. People hope coat with you and ultimately bali. You'll not real well. A lot of quite beautiful. still actually on amazon. You know go put like a books on amazon A few of them out of our production but a a few narrow just in the boat. We cal- united in the sixties. Just johnny kevin the day two teams that all of them on amazon. But the the wanna speak about. But i can give you between two thing things such as that in a facebook and twitter angolese at roy and be a people wanted a i go no i probably get it be contained for people. But that's the that's the but books mind on on amazon and facebook. Each just roy cavanna. Mba's nick young testing roy. It's been an absolute pleasure. Sir we will speak again. As i said very shortly at took your wonderful manchester university big book of the seventies with the with call if don't with your pals are david lazer cracking publisher from legends. Some of them some great books on the bill for example under under those of those absolutely. He's done a brentford of arsenal. George armstrong in a legends publishing are what it says on the can. They are legends and their books on jewish books. There works of art and on what it go into a lot of data island law dabs the big book of manchester. The world's greatest club the come through three of us again. Not one jewish community is suppose i'd be okay real view that difficult on the on the phones ostrog lonzo from episode on east but ram we can we can do something reconsider zoom to we could set your. Can you rosa subdued. The last time all went on zoom it was a speed awareness course and got to mute because it was so some computer telephone. Suit judge okay. It's been an absolute pleasure and thank you for listening everybody. We will rican the very short of our thanks bye-bye..

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"roy" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"roy" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Since a days. But you know you can imagine. I mean again You know this one point seventy you dennis. Bobi enjoy judge all dissipated at the same time as the seventy three and seventy four the about the the the seventies. W won't we will. Do because bobby bobby retailer. These last games at stanford bridge pay seventy free wasn't against chelsea. Danny got transferred to say. We're going to tokyo that Goal and george went missing. Of course is only a guess. Tommy docherty's personality because if you're in birmingham and you got three great players and you get rid of them all of the same season. You probably be stronger lamppost. But tell me out of the ashes of getting relegated to the fantastic to probably what was needed at manchester united to alternate follow. What the boss sonata be achievable from tested. Igwe carry understood what was going to say. roy. I got to really like to talk about it. You know if timezone timezone now. Karen was a bizarre when rochdale football club and the top of the bill would the u. k. senecal gentleman's aden young Most in the on the top table is funded. Not both out there. But he seems to see the case before it was wanted to back so the comedian wanted kickbacks and one of them was a plane for this blow at this beautiful woman alongside amigos Was the claim at and bounce back on four to five times going on about the time. Hit one of the fighter. Lum's next minute the old places so the steward comes to me going to everybody out central. Uk central falls behind in at least lights at all always. We know he's not just that no-no got so. I have to tell on donate to long the together. How they will please. It was raining outside on the friday night..

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