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Packed Black Friday sports schedule

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 7 hrs ago

Packed Black Friday sports schedule

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam. On Black Friday, the NBA and NHL were as busy as the shopping malls. 14 NBA games and 13 on the ice were played the day after both leagues were off for Thanksgiving. The Celtics added to their league leading record by beating searching Sacramento as Jason Tatum scored 30 with help from the Boston bench. I think when we might have been down for the end of the half of ten, he knows because of those guys came in and just changed the momentum. The bucks kept pace by beating the Cavaliers thanks largely to a 35, ten third quarter in which Bobby port has played a key role. Felt good for us overall as a basketball team, because it felt like we was playing books, basketball, for a chance. Victories also for the Lakers heat suns, warriors, nuggets, grizzly sixers pacers, rockets, thunder hornets, and the trailblazers in overtime over the Knicks. NHL, the bruins became the first team to win its first 12 home games in the season, as they beat the hurricanes three to two in overtime on David pasternak's gold. Big win for us, obviously, and coming from behind, you know, after Thanksgiving, the game is never easy, so it's good with. The devil's after having their 13 game win streak snap bounced back with a three one win in Buffalo. Other winners, the capitals penguins islanders red wings, Maple Leafs Canadians kraken jets, senators kings and lightning, with Braden points scoring too early goals. I think both teams were into it right away. It was nice to get a couple goals for us early. Pretty good jump on the game. I thought it was a fun game. World Cup soccer, the United States finished in a scoreless tie with England as coach Greg berhalter's young team had the better scoring chances. Overall, pleased with the performance of the group, most importantly, the belief of the group, because that never wavered. The U.S. now must be to ran on Tuesday to advance to the knockout round. Plenty of college action on Black Friday, football winners included four ranked teams tulane, Florida state UCLA and Texas, and basketball top ranked North Carolina lost a wire with state. Tom Arian AP sports.

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Chump Change: A Little Know Rags to Riches Movie That's Worth a Watch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:34 min | 1 d ago

Chump Change: A Little Know Rags to Riches Movie That's Worth a Watch

"Chump change, not that I'm promoting a movie, I was in. It's in one of those movies you can't find too readily somewhere, you probably have to order it. I'm not telling you to order it, but it is a funny, it's a red to rich's comedy. Based on the director and star and writer, Steve burrows, who it's his actual experiences while writing the screenplay in Los Angeles, and he decides the only way to come back as an actor is to fake his own death, then make a glorious return. But before that idea pans out, this happened in real life. He goes on wheel of fortune, the game show. And wrote about it. He wrote a screenplay by being on wheel of fortune. And then Merv Griffin heard about the screenplay, which was making the rounds and merv of course on world of fortune. He was like, you can't write about wheel of fortune. I'm suing you. Or a cease and desist. And that got big play around Hollywood circles. Merv Griffin's suing screenwriter for using wheel of fortune story. And because of the heat on that, people then want it to hire Steve burrows to write a script. It's so sick this town. And because Hollywood is Hollywood, Steve burrows became a hot ticket as an up and coming screenwriter. A studio hired him to write a script about what happened. He writes the script and he's championed by myself and Fred Willard as his agent and manager. Or manager and agent respectfully. And we give him incessant notes on how to write it better, like as if we know, and Steve burrows let us improvise a bit his writing was great, but he let us go off of page a little bit and allow me to say some crazy shit. He's a try, try, let's see if it works. And at one point in one of my scenes, I gave him notes on his latest script revision, and I said something dumb like, I don't know, it feels like there's too much typing in this spot. Real stupid shit. But he loved it. After all the notes he got, he couldn't sell the script, you know what he does. He goes back to the original script that nobody wanted, the first script, the studio saw, and then they go, now you got it. This is exactly the way the script's supposed to be. This is like Hollywood is. It's insane. Okay? This is what happens. So it's a true story, by the way, this really happened to him. And it really gives you an insider's perspective of stardom and show business. Struggling actor leaves Hollywood and returns to his hometown in Wisconsin where he meets a girl, Tracy lords, and he regales it with his tales of his shell business, highs and lows, and boy, do I know that well?

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What's Changed in the American Diet? Vinnie Tortorich Explains

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:14 min | 2 d ago

What's Changed in the American Diet? Vinnie Tortorich Explains

"Go back to diet now. What changed in diet? We got away from meeting red meat, we got away from eating fish. We got away from eating fresh red meat and vegetables. And we started getting into processed foods, we got all the sugars and grains that come with that. We made processed foods, grains are very cheap. I always use Taco Bell as an example when I was in college, you got two for 99 cents. And in today's world, you can still get two for 99 cents or less. So everything else has been inflated except Taco Bell. So how do they magically do this? Every fast food restaurant can get sugars and grains is subsidized by the government. It's almost free to give to people. We have these school programs for kids where we're telling them that pizza is a vegetable. And I'm not making that's not being funny. That was done during the Obama administration. We tell people that chocolate milk is good for these kids. Strawberry flavored milk is good. They're adding sugar to milk. We're putting sugars and grains everywhere at dinner.

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Tarantino Is Making Excuses for Not Standing up to Harvey Weinstein

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:56 min | 3 d ago

Tarantino Is Making Excuses for Not Standing up to Harvey Weinstein

"I was there. Obviously you know, my ear was not only to the ground. It was below the ground. Both ears. I heard everything back then and Harvey was close to me. I talked to him several days a week. I never heard a rape story. Now, Quentin Tarantino was closer to Harvey. They worked together in tandem. I'm sure he heard something. Let's not forget the fact that Brad Pitt wanted Harvey Weinstein when Harvey made a play for Gwyneth Paltrow or some kind of shit in Brad Pitt, let him know. Even Ben Affleck, let him know, this shit doesn't wash with me. So the stories were out there and guys like Quentin Tarantino would have heard that more than me, but you know, look, I understand, look, you do this to me, you're not gonna get this movie. I never heard actresses talking like that. You know, Quentin said he heard, don't get in the back of a limo with this guy. Courtney Love said something to that effect on the red carpet one day. But it's funny. My girlfriend, the girlfriend, will tell me, no, no, I even heard that stuff, and I wasn't even there, but I heard it. And I'm like, I don't know what to tell you. I didn't hear it, and I was a gossip columnist. I'm not lying to you. I heard the hobby was a bully. I heard he got things done. I assumed he got laid like every other studio had got late since Louis V mayor. But, you know, bathrobe, raping, injecting drugs into his penis to get hard. No, I never heard any of that stuff. Or else, I would have done what Quentin Tarantino said he would have done. Like I did for Harvey when I found out he was banging some girl in England and, you know, cheating on his first wife. I would have said, hey, boss. Because there was no reason not to call him Boston. He wasn't, you know, condemned yet. I was a boss. I don't know what's going on, but here's what I hear. There's a story out there that you're raping chicks. I'm going to put it right in his lap. Not to threaten him that I was going to write the story, but I want to, like I said here, here's this bomb diffusing. It's out there. So, you know, I don't know, but I really think Quentin Tarantino because of his position and because Harvey took him under his wing, Quentin Tarantino can tell you all he wants that he never heard this stuff. I don't believe it. And some people will tell you when did Paltrow's father was a top director. And her mother, Blythe Danner, was a star. But the person who went to Weinstein about his behavior toward her was Brad Pitt. Who was a born fan at the time. So how can people not know about this guy doing that shit? So you know Quentin Tarantino was on the front lines. I think he's full of shit when he talks about this. He's making excuses for why he didn't stand up like a real man and confront Harvey.

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Why Every Private Club Should Have a Pro-Member Tournament

Fore The People

01:17 min | 3 d ago

Why Every Private Club Should Have a Pro-Member Tournament

"I'm getting at here is every single club, private club should have a pro member tournament. That was a blast. It was only one day, but Meredith and nailed it. They did. The food was good. The beer was called the day was perfect. There's a little side pot for the pros, 18 pros. It went fast. That was one of the faster rounds I've ever played out there. And it was a good time. It was cheap to play in. The pros played, I don't know what we got. I don't know what I got for winning it. It hadn't showed up yet. I'm not sure I have no idea. It doesn't matter. I mean, it was free for me anyway, right? The member paid for it. Pros, you invite who you want to play with. We had a good field. You came at there's a guy named Tom Whitney. I think someone said he played on the corn ferry tour. Last year or two years ago, Clark Dennis plays, he's a senior tour player guy. Anyway, it was a great time. I think pro members, I don't know what red feathers plans are for pro member. But I think every, you know, a good club should have a pro member. If you have a bunch of guys with relationships with professionals and members that want to play with professionals on and off day, it's a no brainer. For a club.

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What Happened to Turn the Epic Red Wave Into 2020 2.0?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 3 d ago

What Happened to Turn the Epic Red Wave Into 2020 2.0?

"Were focused on candidate quality and debates and arguments and who is going to secure the southern border and who's going to stop fentanyl, people like Katie Hobbs and John fetterman sat at home and to digital online fundraisers to secular godless, miserable, rich young professionals in Silicon Valley in New York that gave $2800 a piece gleefully to fund the takeover of America via act blue and the designer of it all was Marc Elias. When you have an entire system that is changing in front of your eyes and the Republican Party becomes the muscular class, carpenters, electricians, welders, plumbers, and police officers. It's harder to fund a political movement that way. The Democrat party has become the upper middle class, the party of accountants, the party of computer scientists, so they're able to raise money a lot easier, act blue, raised $1.8 billion when red raised $1 billion. And there's no reason anymore for candidates to campaign. Why do you have to debate? Why do you have to answer to voters? You don't. Now instead, you run this synthetic artificial construct.

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Club Q Shooting Is About Guns Not Red Flag Laws Says Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:31 min | 3 d ago

Club Q Shooting Is About Guns Not Red Flag Laws Says Glenn Kirschner

"Not the happiest subject to start with, obviously, because clearly all the talk is about this latest tragedy. Predictable tragedy in Colorado, right? Talk to us a minute just about the red flag laws failing to, this guy apparently legally purchased this AR-15. Just talk to us about your initial thoughts on what's happened. Yeah, so red flag laws allow law enforcement authorities to temporarily seize weapons from somebody if they believe that person poses a demonstrable danger to others. What we are learning in the aftermath of the club Q shooting is that this gunman apparently had made bomb threats. He was charged with kidnapping and menacing. Now, what we have, what I have seen reported as those charges were dropped and apparently the record was sealed. So whether this was truly a failure of red flag laws or not, you know, we'll have to wait to hear more about that. But, you know, this is all about guns. It's not about mental health. It's not about frankly red flag laws. It's all about guns and the Republicans, as we know, will continue to worship at the altar of virtually unrestricted access to weapons of war, assault rifles, and they'll continue to let the blood money flow into their campaign coffers until we rise up and say we're not going to take it anymore.

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You Can't Outdo Jesus Morally

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:06 min | 4 d ago

You Can't Outdo Jesus Morally

"To be very clear, I feel like I have to say this every now and again, just to be clear with people, right? Jesus, 8 fish, Jesus, 8 honey, Jesus 8 lamb, Jesus 8 red meat, so I want to be clear that I believe he was perfect and sinless. So this doesn't mean you have to eat meat. It doesn't mean you have to eat fish, but do keep in mind that Jesus whom some of us crazy people worship as God and who was perfect and sinless. He ate red meat at the Passover as his commanded. He ate fish. He ate honey. So we need to at least remind ourselves that you can't outdo Jesus morally. If you have a problem with factory farming or that kind of thing, I get that. I care, believe me, folks. I care about that kind of thing. And it's one thing to talk about that. But I don't think you can make, if you're a Christian, you can't make a moral issue out of the concept of eating meat or fish.

Some Bad News for This Bearish Crypto Market...

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Some Bad News for This Bearish Crypto Market...

"I'm leading off today with some bad news. We keep starting the week off on bad news, but that's kind of where we're at with crypto right now. It's a bear market. Grayscale Bitcoin trust is down to a discount of 43% of its record high. And that's because look at this on the right there. Bitcoin is not doing so great either. 50% of wallets are actually in the red in terms of purchases. So if you look at the longevity of coins and purchase since Bitcoin's inception, 50% of those coins have been purchased and now we're at a loss that's a huge negative note for investors out there who probably purchased during either one of the bull markets and are now sitting on a stack that's underwater. And that leads to different accounts in Bitcoin or different products in Bitcoin that aren't doing so hot either. So we have the grayscale Bitcoin trust, which I mentioned in the second go is down at 43% discount. Of course, coin desk is now owned by DCG, so we'll make a little disclosure there. Why does this matter that this product is at a discount? Well, a lot of people have it in their 401k. That's the reason this trust product actually gained ground and why it's actually a bedrock of crypto is because people had access to Bitcoin in their traditional brokerage account for the first time ever. So it's sort of like a very it's a good metric to follow in terms of Bitcoin. So when it's trading at this high of a discount, you have to start asking questions and wonder what is next. And it is everything okay. The one thing that really should be noted in this is the reason this is trading at discount is because a lot of people thought this would be converted into a Bitcoin ETF. That does not happen because the SEC has not moved forward with allowing any Bitcoin ETFs. So we're still just waiting.

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Brad Mills Saw Red Flags With FTX Ages Ago

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:10 min | 5 d ago

Brad Mills Saw Red Flags With FTX Ages Ago

"We know FTX is a big what the FTX just went on. We've talked about it. We saw that it happened. I don't know how deep we want to go in that right now, Joel. Is that what we want to do? We want to go into and talk about FTX. You know, I think we could talk a little bit about it, but you warned about this as well, right? When were you talking about FTX and the red flag? Back? Back in January, when I started first paying attention to the large growth in DeFi Ponzi schemes like ohm protocol, Wonderland protocol, Tara Luna. I started to realize that this massive bubble was going to blow up the same as other bubbles and Ponzi's in the traditional markets have before because they've basically just rebuilt everything that was toxic and over leveraged nonsense from the traditional markets. In crypto. And they called it innovation and they put it on a blockchain and called it DeFi. Well, it doesn't take a lot of digging to start to realize it's unsustainable. To be able to get that kind of yield, ten, 20% yield when we're at historically low interest rates and traditional markets, something risky, extremely risky is going on there. And every time that there was a huge hack, like the wormhole bridge got hacked or there was a problem with the Luna, the exit door, the protocol only had a certain amount of liquidity for you to get out to burn the USD tokens and turn it back into Luna and then sell the Luna. There's only so much liquidity. And as these things grow so big, they just become unsustainable. And FTX, like Alameda, three hours capital, jump, which is another one that still hasn't gone down yet. That's at risk of it. And a bunch of other big, huge VC firms like paradigm and a 16 Z and all these bellwether VC brands. I mean, they're all kind of doing all this degenerate stuff and bailing out all these hacks that always happen in DeFi. And trying to provide liquidity into the system, like a Central Bank does.

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Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

"North Korea has unveiled the little known daughter of its leader Kim Jong-un who attended a missile launch with her father and mother North Korea's state media released photos of Kim alongside his daughter watching a soaring missile from a distance Other photos showed her with her hair pulled back wearing a white coat and a pair of red shoes as she walked hand in hand with her father by a huge missile the photos and announcement mark the first time the Norse state media has mentioned Kim's daughter the move has drawn keen attention on a fourth generation member

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Rep. Andy Biggs: We Need a Change in Leadership

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | Last week

Rep. Andy Biggs: We Need a Change in Leadership

"So you challenged Kevin McCarthy for the role of speaker Why did you decide to do that Well it seems to me that we need to change in leadership And I think going out talking to constituents all over my district all over my state and I go all over the country speaking and the question I got most often was are you going to change the leadership they would like to change it in the Senate The senators didn't do that It's going to be a McConnell And it's going to be unless we do something differently Kevin McCarthy And so this is an opportunity And you know what If we were told we were in the minority we can't make a change We were told that we were going to have this red wave which didn't materialize this issue You can't change And now we have a narrow majority And they said you can't change And then they say they I'm talking about my establishment friends and colleagues in Congress At least we have to make a change If you keep doing the same thing with the same people over and over again you're not going to change it You're not going to reduce the spending You're not going to really set this Biden regime that's destroying the country on its ear And we have got to have somebody who will do that That's why that's why I put my hat in the ring

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Conservatives, We're Not Doing As Badly As We Think

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Conservatives, We're Not Doing As Badly As We Think

"Even a week or more than a week, week and a half after the midterm election, the result still seems perplexing, we haven't quite put it all the pieces together, figuring out what happened. And we aren't sure how really badly we did. It seems worrying on many fronts. But there are a number of encouraging developments as well. In fact, if you were to say, are we use the old Reagan question? Are we better off than we were before the midterms? And or even flashing back to a year ago, the answer is politically speaking, we are better off. And there's a very interesting there's a fellow who did a little summary of some good things that have happened. He makes a kind of a list. And he goes cheer up. He goes, we're not doing as badly as we sometimes think, or we're not doing as badly as we feel. He goes and here's his list. I'm just going to go through it and kind of comment on it. He goes, Trump is running. So this is obviously a Trump strays excited that Trump is running. He thinks that that is, you know, that brings back the prospect of the Trump era, which despite all the division and all the screaming and even some of Trump's own iras ability, they were very good years economically and very good years, even on the foreign policy front. Number two, Florida completely rad. This is a huge development. This is a state that's been a swing state. In fact, been a swing state going back. Remember the Bush gore election of 2000, which all hinged on Florida, and it was split right down the middle. And it was split right down the middle, even when desantis ran against Andrew gillum, the last time around, and the Santa squeaked out the narrowest of victory. So this is a very good thing, Florida, completely red.

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What the Wedding at Cana Teaches Us About Marriage With Levi Lusko

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:39 min | Last week

What the Wedding at Cana Teaches Us About Marriage With Levi Lusko

"Up today's program at the point where Levi began explaining how the first recorded miracle of Jesus described in John, chapter two, can teach us profound lessons about how to have a more fulfilling marriage. Jesus is at a wedding, and that should write their arrest our attention. He's got three and a half years to save the world. What's he doing at a wedding? But the answer is, in the text, it says, Jesus was invited. So here's the question. If Jesus isn't in your home, it's not because he doesn't want to be there. It's because perhaps you didn't invite him in. Every bride and groom had the choice to invite Jesus into their wedding invite him into the marriage. He'll come into your home if you invite him. So he's there. His mom says, hey, they're out of wine. He tells the servants, go get that those 6 tubs, basically giant stone pods, fill them up with water. And once the water is filled up, draw some out and give it to the master of the feast. And it was when they brought the water to the master of the feast that the miracle happened, and it turned into wine. Now, the text says to servants filled the pots up to the brim. Those three words in that passage give us the approach for our relationships God wants us to take. Because they only got as much wine as they had the faith to put water in. They were 20 to 30 gallons apiece and there were 6 of them. So they got a 125 to a 150 gallons worth of wine because they filled the pots up to the brim. Now they had no guarantee while they were pouring that was working. They didn't have a hose either. They're going to the well. Bucket at a time. Perspiring, you know? What in the heck? What are we even doing? And they could have easily said, oh, that's enough. Let's go bring some to the master. Then that's exactly as much one as they would have gotten. But because they had the faith to do something that didn't seem like it was working, that eventually this to the brim mentality led to them having a lot of wine. We think a lot of marriages have a barely enough mentality. They treat it like, you know, we do our iPhone or our gas tank, where it's always kind of on red line. You know what I mean? And we don't get gas until tell me you have that little thing that tells you distance still empty. And you go, I just did that yesterday. I don't need to get gas. I got 13 miles left. I'm fine. That was the exact mileage. I had left. Exactly. You're like, that's the point at which it kicks over and says, hey, moron, get gas. You know what I'm saying? No way. It's like a game. How close can I get to the edge? But a lot of marriages are doing that. They have just enough relational equity to not be destroyed on a database. Just surviving, as opposed to having more than enough, not taking that date night or that weekend away or that marriage counseling until it's in crisis mode. As opposed to a to the brim. You're going to have as much in your marriage as you're willing to put into it. So I think like a miracle, we should fill our marriages up to the brim. That

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The Last Election

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | Last week

The Last Election

"No one cracked the code explain what you mean by that. So basically, of course, what happened here is that ultimately they did have a better performance. The Democrats have every right to claim victory after what happened on Tuesday. I hate to say it, but it's true. But as you said, it was not because of abortion. It was not because of January 6th. It was not because of our democracy, election deniers. They love to throw those phrases around. And it wasn't because of president Donald J Trump. You look at some of the things here, if I wanted to go through these real quickly, just the abortion issue. I mean, let's do it. Let's take them one by one. All right, with Dobbs, right? They immediately made this the number one policy issue. Abortion abortion, there's going to be a wave of pro choice voters. That clearly did not happen. Now you have a couple of states that ultimately pass measures to enshrine abortion in their state constitution. California, Michigan, Vermont, deep blue states, obviously that was going to happen. Then you had red states Montana and Kentucky vote to shoot down pro life measures. But the interesting thing here is when you look at Kentucky, deep red state, right? It's shot down a pro life measure by 5 points. And yet on the same ballot, senator Rand Paul, one of the best in Congress, gets reelected by 24 points. How does that make sense? When those voters crossed over to vote for his pro choice abortion loving Democrat opponent, it would stand a reason that that's what would happen. Same thing in Montana. They shot down a pro life measure by 6 points. But the Republicans all dimensional hold, both of the state, congressional seats, again, wouldn't one or both of those flip on that pro choice way. Clearly what happens here is that like with the Kansas pro life measure earlier this year, these voters are absolutely single issue. They will come out, vote on abortion and go home.

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Starbucks workers plan strikes at more than 100 US stores

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Starbucks workers plan strikes at more than 100 US stores

"Some Starbucks employees are going on strike today employees at more than 100 Starbucks stores are staging a walkout over better pay more consistent schedules and higher staffing levels at busy stores Starbucks has more than 9000 company owned stores in the U.S. and employees at individual stores have been deciding whether to unionize Starbucks workers united which is organizing the strike says it will take place in 25 states and some workers plan to pick at all day the employee action also coincides with Starbucks annual red cup day customers are given free reusable cups when they order a holiday drink Starbucks has opposed any unionization efforts saying the company functions best when it works directly with employees I'm Donna water

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Do Republicans Need to Get Creative With Ballot Drop Boxes?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last week

Do Republicans Need to Get Creative With Ballot Drop Boxes?

"Do you think that just from a characteristic standpoint, do you think that Republicans are willing to embrace ballot harvesting as a new strategy? I think there's definitely going to be hesitancy. What I've seen just on the world of Twitter, which we all know isn't necessarily reflective of overall real life. Since last week, there's been a lot more openness to it overall. There's been a lot of misunderstandings of what it is. And so I think on the conservative side, they have to know that we can be successful in it. And one of my writers at red state, Scott counsel, I know he's been on your show a lot. He even came up with this modified program before ballot harvesting was legal in California with a stamp program where they gave a stamp to someone and watched them put it in their mailbox, whoever had an absentee ballot at their home at that time. And they flipped a Democrat plus 13 district in the central valley using that tactic. There's different targeting and voter modeling things that they used as well. But just to conservatives to know that if you're doing this the right way with the right data with the right consultants and with a good plan, that it is a viable strategy, not just for conservative districts, but within rural areas and with Democrat districts.

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Amber Athey: Issues With Ronna McDaniel

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | Last week

Amber Athey: Issues With Ronna McDaniel

"I have a lot of issues with ronna McDonald right now not least of which is the fact that she has now overseen three losing election cycles And yes I do consider this a loss even though we technically did win the house It was so far below expectations that I don't think anyone should be really celebrating And I have spoken to some activists and party organizers who point a lot of fingers at the RNC for its failure to really take up this red wave They didn't have a whole lot of money because Iran has been really dependent on the joint fundraising committee with Trump in order to get any donations into the RNC Their ground game in terms of where they sent their field staffers was completely inept They sent more field staffers to red states in some cases than they did to some of these toss up races And they also had this really weird scheme to capture what they call delinquent voters and I'm writing about this for the spectator right now The piece will be out tomorrow morning but what they refer to as a delinquent voter is basically if someone voted a month before the election in 2020 and hadn't voted let's say two weeks before the midterm election in 2022 the RNC was going to reach out to them and make sure that they voted But why were the efforts spent on targeting people who were probably going to vote anyway as opposed to trying to get the undecideds and independents who usually decide these elections So I think everything about their strategy here was just really backwards and a lot of it comes down to the fact that Rana has not proven herself in any of these battles and yet somehow keeps control of the leadership there at the RNC It's really horrible that she hasn't had to answer for any of this

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"I will get cold and it gets below freezing. But it's mainly ice and by tommy. Yeah it's all it's nasty common ground it melts and freezes again so it's not a layer of ice everywhere. Yeah like legit snow snow. No not i did look though in nineteen fifty five or fifty four. It snowed in chiang mai did it. Are you serious. Yes yes. I gotta i gotta talk to you. Nineteen fifty four right. Yep i wanna say that was it if i can pull up. Yeah but that's crazy because you know what like every winter up in up in the mountain area right shin my the highest peak like a mountain where everybody goes and enjoy the cool right so it gets to about two there once or one actually and that's where you see does rhododendron. It's like we call it a thousand years old rose right grows when it's a when it's called enough and Yeah i've always see icicle but never seen snow. Never actually expected that that's crazy. You bought it up though. Let me Let me pull that up here. Real quick back on. Can you see this yeah. Nineteen fifty five reports of snow in ocean. Riot saying right okay. That's about three hours away from shake my. It's another province. Okay yeah far though but yeah to have been after. It'd been raining there. Hailstones create a white blanket of snow on the ground. The seems have been more folklore than fact both supporting local newspapers. So right at least at least one time in recorded thailand history. Yeah totally yeah. I'm wondering what those people were thinking at the time you know like like there's no internet like look at pictures of snow. You know around the world so man probably freaky tom. I'm sure yeah for sure. But you know most most highest right They're into more of a like a warmer climate..

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Follow on instagram. He's been putting them on their some some of them pretty suggestive say. So you know my stylist yesterday. Especially yeah you definitely recent one outside. Cj i i see you okay this this some stuff. I tried to get references. For especially one. Yesterday i got a reference for that and i just sketched be something reference. I read i and i even told myself once. I'm done a drawing. And i posted it. I don't touch it. Opted that outdoors. I may like go pack to drawing and like touch up a bit like a separate piece of paper right. I mean it's challenge is cool challenge. I like that challenge. That's drawing one day artistic skills. I've never been graced with at all. I can't draw for shit. I used to drive this one little. The only recurring thing ever drew a little duck alien thing. It was the most generic easy like garbage garbage. I got i gotta go but actually in my son's romano's wall so ship it's chit. It's absolute shit sketchbook silence ozgur and lease your child's a lot more drawings and go. That's for sure. I have a lot to go. I'm only on dale f sixty five and i remember my my old sketchbooks my previous sketchbook i had i. I filled it out completely. I won't at philip completely in early twenty twenty and my friends decided to give it a nickname based on by they call them my porn book because as i drew a lot of adam as though fairytale the one you did the other day okay canisius labeled as my from on. So i try. Not to my new sketchbook a not gonna try to make him a foreign book for i mean i that's going on if you're gonna put those each one on instagram. Try to have it relative. But my friends know my style withdrawing british for that type of stuff so it's not even going to bother them at one point well. Cj man has been fun dude. I think we're over our almost out of power which typically what mine run at. But i know. I'm a stay talk. Which again we talk just about every other day if not every day let everybody know where they can find you. If you're offering like you editing services. Right now and i. I've been offered videos i've never taken. People can find me on instagram at sea games. Twenty six out and podcasting curing undistorted curiosity on instagram as well. I've been posting on that account. Because i haven't done anything yet. Youtube wise caring curiosity said for spotify whatnot. God now's for that's basically all right well. Cj as always man is good talker with you. Everyone lookout him carrying curiosity all links can be down there and just get it with him. Maybe maybe he he might want to talk to. You might be on season to season three. He might wanna draw you. I look weird. You have a weird look like you're going to be day twenty seven or day one hundred thirty six who date to twenty-seven s davis around. It's like after girl is personnel and well. Cj again as always man thank you very much and you have yourself a good night. Still watching cool. Well i'm assuming that you enjoy the video so it s case like it be awesome. Share it you know and obviously you need to subscribe like that helps a lot. While you also hear you don't mind grab yourself some rambles swagman food. Want my face on that's awesome. That's pretty cool looking. Look at that grab yourself some slag and again. Thanks for all. Watch the video the next time..

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Reds Ramblings

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Think i can consider you a friend like you've helped me out on quite a few things you haven't known each other for that long. I even a year. But i'm fairly new to the podcast. Seen anytime i've had a question you generally been and open on helping me out whether it be like this. This microphone or just general questions sponsor related or anything like that so i wanna i thank you for that and thank you for coming on the show but jay go ahead and introduce yourself to my viewers who don't know anything about. Yeah they probably don't know me. But i off. Yeah you're right. I mean just. I think i'm gonna blame twenty twenty because a lot of kinda came. And i've had my podcast not that long since two thousand nineteen like the second second half of nineteen. But i listen to. Are you supposed to do a lot national shows. That's all. I did all day at work. Is i put on my podcast. I listened to one on the way to work and listen to music but usually just other people talking and through last year. It's like able to connect with so many. we're all indie podcasters. Right grassroots podcast. Connect with so many of them. And then you find the ones within that group that you know you you gel with a little better. Not that you don't like other people but you know what i mean so it's been just as big of a treat for me to interact with someone like yourself you know. Then maybe it was for you just to get some advice. Because i don't know everything. But i don't hide stuff so i don't mind sharing what i know because there's so many of us it's ridiculous for someone to think well if i help you out. You're taking a piece of pie. Fuck on right now <hes>. Other than that like you said shave finning. I have a podcast heartbreaking. Podcasts is the automotive non-automotive podcast cast and this guy right there we'll tell you that <hes>. If you're expecting to hear nothing but cars that's not it. You're expecting to hear some stories of life. Some travels a little bit of cars for everyday people. It's my show i can do. Whatever the hell i want. Hey that's right band right. So i try to. I try to. I try to educate people try to share. What who it is. I am and i also try to share whom i guess. Are you know in fact you have a segment a recurring segment. Coming up on our parking podcast. The other side a will. Which is the shorter. Believe it or not or car centric episodes view you know other than that that's <hes>. Some people know me from my car a lot of people actually from my car. But i'm more than just a car guy go he has. He has one of those miniature model. But that was that are watching. This is a replica of a car. That i mean it was his it is his. It's only gross. Yes in the garage. Not rap like he was saying before reset recording. But so that's a quick rundown on who you are and your show. I want to know and one of the reasons why i asked to. Have you want to know the the everyday j. right. Because i'll be up front when i i found out. I don't even know how i came across your show. Same little podcast group. If you say so. Remember remember. It's kind of hard to miss. That is true. See i've yeah you're right you're right <hes>. But so in listening to your show. I thought well this is a car guy like he. His day job is something car related quickly. Found out has not the case. Your day job has nothing to do with cars. Can you can say what your day job is. I know you said it before. Some a professional cleaner and so what that really means is. Sometimes i'm asked to come take out the garbage. So i do a lot of flying around the world <hes>. Clean up a lot of people's messes both financial and political. And usually i it without a trace and it's very lucrative as well but what okay you want you want to know what i tell everybody my cover story coming out saying okay. I tell everybody. I do healthcare. It the world health care isn't going anywhere right. there's a lot of us. We are overhead. So when there's a financial crisis were the first to go somewhere usually <hes>. But other than that. That's what i do. Yeah i work on electronic medical records with a focus in radiology for one of the softwares out. There i've been doing that since two thousand eight and usually i'm traveling every week since two thousand twelve with occasion of a couple of years that i took a fulltime job or of course last year not allow travel is going on. So that's what i do is my day job.

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"You have.

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"As i get kind of difficult question It's not easy to answer it. Okay i miss perspective and there solemnly old vegan every country. Think the same way that the people who've in egypt's treat each other the way the resume to say very kind out of nothing but no one Help someone thinks that he will benefit from him later or even to something. No people here allowed me help each other and other people maybe spend yours in away or something with out anything the one in seen so i dunno other countries things the same way but it's the main thing spoken in the street. If people's famous with this. So i if i heard you correct because you kinda low you're hearing that other countries see egyptians as only helping if they are to get something out of it. I see that maybe every country think the same way that the people think about themselves that the art kind until each other out of nothing but kindness and other without thinking anything. I'll okay okay. I got you now. Yeah i mean. I would imagine every country would go. Yeah i think yeah. It's it's mainly the the the most important thing that people talk about of our Special because of this feature. I agree i do know of some countries however that not not like they still help but there are some unspoken laws essentially and it's more from back from bear olden times that feeling proud of their individual accomplishments is kind of frowned upon in some areas mainly up in europe. And i know when i first came across that used that confused hell out of me back from being from americo you could say. We're we're proud of ourselves for stupid reasons. That time were pal. Thanks that we should not earlier in the video. Yeah yeah so. There is that but i would assume you ask anyone from any country and yeah. Everyone's going to say were polite. Were nice where we're all that. It's i love it when you get those people that call out the mistakes that are made from their country you know like i don't care about for for my videos i like keep mine is light hearted and fun. I don't really want to get into anything serious or anything like that But it's it shows me the honesty in somebody when they're actually to accept the things that were done wrong from their country. You know if that makes any sense. I agree with you and i have the same perspective that i like the most people that proudly with our thinking shame that arp states and they are flow in the country and are people rather than another one. Say that's all our people are perfect. Our nation is perfect known. They are some clothes and some buildings and exactly yes. Yeah everyone needs to be like that mistakes of the that you have at least at that point once you can highlight it. You can work towards making everything better as well. So what is the big leading industry right now in alexandria in terms of jobs and the economy during this period time of the corner. Yes i i think the strength to to get back on their feet up the monsoon stop working right. Yeah they are is however say they start to keep step by step but the like the more to take more time to restore the old kapisa were have before this period. Okay and so you said you're going to school for portuguese and spanish. Is that correct. No i got school. Only study spanish begin. Salvage salvage so on on the internet. The house okay. I got ya my bada so after you graduate. What do you plan on doing. Actually the main right now in my life that i didn't decided yet i'm sure a lot of people come through that part in their life. Definitely i think i'm not alone. This problem oh yeah not at all. But i'm not i'm not too worried i i. I good source confidence. I i maybe think i'm have A little bit of charisma. And i think yeah. I think i think the whenever i go to any lacework and i'm you Get used to to to to people. Very gentle very smooth. I can and the live work under and the very the score lease so i i have some skills and i have no doubt that any any that i will start. I will make a book progress made but which are you gave his window later. Well shit man. That's that's you sound like. You got a really good head on your shoulders man. That's a big thing. That i would say a lot of young kids these days lack. Is that confidence. You argue an ego. You know you said confidence and charisma. I'd say ego and it's like with everything else feel great about yourself. Know that if you put your mind to it you can do it. And don't let the bullshit in the world or whatever the around you hold you down so long as you keep up with that mentality. I'm sure like like you just said anything that you put your mind to any job career.

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Check anchor out. Welcome by the reds ramblings. I will meet today. Hammeed from over in egypt alexandria to be exact. Go ahead and introduce yourself. My name is hamid alma. twenty two. i'm jordan at the law school. The view i study portuguese and spanish but the something you get To write bites. I have a bike. And the i like it so much. All right. that's cool man. That's cool you born and raised in alexandria. Yes yeah so you know in talking with you earlier media have gone back and forth on read a bit. We were not asked you. What part of egypt you a from. You said proudly from alexandria. What because i'm assuming you've been into other areas of egypt or other areas of africa in general what to you makes alexandria stand out among the rest of these cities. It's not a specific thing. But if you ask any edits under a man or to this special atmosphere in his andrea that's not exist now. The police in egypt okay. Can you explain that. First of all We have we have. We are across the okay and this one on one of our benches so all the people from around the country the come to in summer to enjoy the beaches So lots yeah plus plus. Oh here we have a very nice restaurants and move world and by the beach is fantastic with buildings. Freeze nipples.

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Reds Ramblings

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"You can find a bacon because the armenian community here in iran. You know they're allowed wine making my right. Yeah so so thanks. Yeah so It rarely happens but of course you know the middle east So yeah those things i want. What about hobbies. What are like sports hobbies. What do you guys do during your free time punk. Got free time. I remember that. We kinda like david. And i we just hang out drink coffee possibly other circum beverages sometimes the the and we each other's contrary and then get into like the banks..

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Reds Ramblings

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"It's a region at the name of a city but I've actually been and with so it. Served on bread like a sort of flat bread and it will come with like tomatoes onside onions and more importantly a chilly As well and needs to be that chilly. Soman supermac is the english A tight ball Sounds more turkish. It's just sort of berry on. Bush is dried and ground and added to the comes from treat not on bush. Now we're getting. We're getting the experts sort of addition. Has you actually in hiking last week. And i saw me time in my life. It's not various these little. Yeah can you in this jamie by the way. Are you picking this up okay. So there was a where i've seen. This also is up in the north but they might be trees but they were quite small. So that's going them. Sort of bush's the things. I just saw these. Were like a fruit of that item off that so yeah and stayed that's dried and then ground and added. It's it's what you would add to that sort of minced lamb kebab. You would not to chicken. The would you know not only was that just makes me yes. So that's su mike. That's also mock as code here. What about you dishes. Yeah well my favorite does also fess engine. Then one thing that on disagreement board z. Cup really is on the top of my list. Billy or mishaps The another do they. The cook with meets fat. i think. And there's this kind of green vegetables and then is really fatty and your stink. Like for three straight days after lineman or at least that's added to taste and there's very hubs and greens sort of ground up were finally.

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Reds Ramblings

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"And they look at you. Like oh my. What are you living. But why in iran the parents that. You'd be like that because i mean you couldn't afford saw to replicate you're family wealth. Scenario statue Scenario or you would you would jump. You would live alone if you could replicate that scenario africom replicated. You would never do not because it would be sort of jumping back in status among people so you know the it's better to keep the status and live with parents as opposed to lower. The state doesn't live on your own. It's kind of a trade off you know. I was working in a company employing people of the company and always surprised me here. The the money. I would pay the market rate. I would pay for people. That work here is something like one hundred rent is about one hundred and ten twenty percent of their white so so like you know As nobody could afford the rent that they would need or want to have to replicate their sort of even a little drop down they would just never. They would never pay to go to disagree with david a little bit like i'll wait until pissed. Yes i could read your face. I kinda. Yeah yeah i'm gonna go back to disagreeing with a bit but there's this thing I mean even even if your family is rich even if the can provide A separate department for you. There's a name for it. And i would like roughly translated to a single single single man's home and that is not a good thing like if they if they tell you that like If you tell people that you live on your own in says you are actually living in some kind of like a bias. Yeah it's kind of like a bachelor pad so that comes with Drugs and prostitution in origin parties. And stuff like that so anyway. Let's move on from this. Let's agree to disagree on. I don't show how disagreements anyone just other explained that's not is not an actual disagreements. Now know i gotta say. I mentioned to whoever read i e mail that acid gas i heard of you guys from your little snippet on zacks podcast say what you say and that was a straight audio and is y'all two gone back four you. It was fun. I gotta say fuck you so the slight disagreements but still friendly like you could tell you guys are good friends. You have disagreements but you don't let it come between two still laugh at things and have a good. You should stick around after reporting z. Y. really goes on. I'm seeing this cost jamie on on his on to say he's getting. I got bad teeth. I don't buy the bite. Well soaks this. This one's for you since you've moved to iran. What is the best food that you've come across because i'm not local to the know. There's a dish in iran. I absolutely love myself. Made at once is quite complicated. Actually it's not complicated just takes a long time..

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Reds Ramblings

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"I don't think english would talk to one another when they're sitting next to one another on the plane or it's unlikely and depending on but like i enter america. Travel has always been chatting with the person next to me. The very friendly very welcoming suddenly in central america in the sort of Hot and very friendly people. It always surprises me and i am not hugely comfortable at have become comfortable since in iran because it's probably a similar sto situation but yeah the americans very warm front. Yeah i mean the same thing like oh with a german samir. go to berlin. You say to someone that you're sorry you're looking for an address and the might just look you in the eye walkaway without responding to it but it's not a german think it's berlin thing so you get away like you go to frankfurt as the type thing is different so same thing happens in your mind you go up north People will If you to my experience Ask for direction. They just tell you go that way. Like go. all the way south and specifically when they're in arab areas they go way out of their way to take you there so like that. That really happens a in iran. That sort of. I really enjoy because yeah anyone will ask anyone so the weather you know where to go. What's the time or whatever they really. You just wouldn't do that. And then you just struggle trying to find the place in heaven forbid speaking with someone on the streets governor and here in iran is always happen. They really just just put their heart into the explanation irrespective of class background. The situation whatever. It's just. It's a complete sort of eat cool level as far as somebody needs to get somewhere that iranian will completely if buddies strangers be like. Yeah you wanna go here. You want to do this. And what not and they like on the bus for example which stopped do i need to get off for example..

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Reds Ramblings

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Okay moving on so so so basically if i am correct in how my understanding of all that was over in england more of that civilization has been there forever you know embiid been settled and now of moving forward as as it were but when you go to iran and they're growing so see all this new stuff in this new growth everything. That's that's that's a good description. Yeah yeah so. So maybe another peculiar way maybe to to look is is the younger people like to rebel against things. But in england it the rebellious side in my experiences kind of encouraged so it becomes really frustrating. A wig as a youngster to grow up in. And everyone's like yeah you yes you smash that thing on the ground you do. You'll interesting with music and if you truly at heart. Rebellious program bit frustrating to be so encouraged to be rebellious but sort of Maybe that's a tendency within me and then Iran sense gives a gives a clear defined on the for understanding. I believe okay. Okay all right so muhammed onto you. You said you've traveled as well right. So a what other places. Have you been to europe and the middle east rest of the middle east. I mean let me to iraq syria lebanon turkey saudi arabia of course some countries in the gulf Eat and and places in europe on top of my mind. It's leeann spain Were the my longer stays. Okay all right. Well i have to say i kind of have to tag along with david. Here i beat from america. Odd there's sometimes a preconceived notion of the middle east right now from from back in the day. So you you guys on my second country from the middle east. I just naive in two hours ago. Spoke with a man from down in bahrain and that was the funerals loyal. Autry whoa glove that talk. That was a great conversation. So as american who knows that some of their preconceived notions on. I even close to being accurate for the middle east. I've been wanting and glad at stamp finally able to break into that area of the world of the middle east to shed some light at least for us here in the states for whoever watches me. It's not what some not you hear or grew up hearing you know what i'm saying so david i'm sure you've definitely came across that for sure i would assume growing up over there..

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Reds Ramblings

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"I guess in a sense and was really sort of welcomed into the family in london. Whole new so the side of myself that i didn't know So yeah just after the first visit zanetto and back again and then the third time i was like okay. Let's stick it out. Plan was for year stuck around for eight and Yeah went back to the An come back here for years ago as and when they Nuclear deal so called happen. I thought would be interesting times. Just come back to iran to see what business opportunities were available and unfortunately nothing any. I mean it wasn't quite as i imagined at the time. You no doubt know how things have gone. Which isn't to say. The businesses has been bad. But it's it's the business has been pretty tough relatively speaking. So that's that's kind of Well brought me hints. I stick around. I don't see the family so much now but The opportunities in the market. I feel still available. Even though the times are kind of hot. So i kind of enjoy that. And it's an it's kind of you could send emerging or an emerging nations. So it's it's fascinating to see this. And i give me from awfully number. I kind of grew up in in the uk and got to sort of my twenties and coach seem to sort of fall into retrospective looks at a retrospective way. As in i. I remember universities. Sort of it became fashionable to like the fifties and the sixties seventies and they sort of in alco just sort of folded on southbound. Then we almost hit sort of the singularity point in a sense where coach became anything in everything in a became a bit confusing nasty bits with philosophical anew there but but meaning and meaning and sort of the meaning. Things got lost. I feel in a sense and coming to iran in a sense. Became an interesting point of of you. Things things happen and have that meaning not necessarily a retrospective meaning in the coach moves forward in a way that i feel is is sort of because it has a sort of counterpoint. As in there is this defined legal cultural sort of structure kind of there. I feel that that gives an opportunity for coaches to take shape with reference to something so probably in conservative places. You might define yourself relative to the cultural. Is this making any sense to you. I understand. I think. But i believe i understand enough i. Let's check them. Momma did not make an okay so you by having a single point you can. So it's easy to define yourself. And i feel and iran that there is not the retrospective sort of Look this sort of looking back upon coaches that have been and therefore the the the meanings and the messages not mix stump. These things happening for the first time. In a sense we're experiencing things for the for the fest. It's interesting to be in this sort of emergent coacher innocence. If that makes sense now you go right..

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Reds Ramblings

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Focus you to do your own research. You know what. I'm also had the same bullshit. Absolutely is fine. Yeah we also fed this when it comes to other countries western countries example. We see that the hate and everyone wants to bomb us and everything and you feel like okay. So if i'm not like that. Obviously there's so many in america especially not like that but they also hate those ones. Yeah also hate the ones who keep tracking like that and so yeah folks as you have a different dynamic with the news and the media and all of that yeah. i know. I've gotten that a lot. Since i've started doing days when when i think about i started this just for myself to learn the like history. I like to learn everything but then with everything going around like i don't want other countries to think that what they see of america. Is everything america. So if even if i'm just a small little blip on the radar if enough people say okay well at least at least that one's good you know maybe there's hope little sliver of hope so so that's all always a great thing to a to come across so i get that i get that because i also i remember when i was a teenager and i think it was around early two thousand so thousand thousand one. It was when like the web kind of changed into having message. Boards and forums of this was before facebook and before any of that because like before it was just like you get online and you see something but you don't interact with it and then by when you put your own input innocent. They called work two point or something. Yeah i was in lebanon time and i also felt like i need to change the world's expected even if it's only university so i would go on these like graphic design message boards like movie bouygues like everything that is entertainment and like mainstream and stuff and i would make one like by the way i'm right and i would get the occasional. So don't you guys live in camels and incense works out there so it felt like i needed to extend just like you like just one person but i needed to carry this. Change the stereotype. this idea. so yeah yeah i. I've actually gotten that because you know for those who don't know me me and you. Sergio we found each other from read. It and i i was it. What sub reddit was it. Do you recall. I think Podcast guests that one right. Yes yeah. Because i did another one in new zealand..

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"In the middle east. It's amazing she should here. It is going to be warm but they have actually everywhere everywhere. So that's one of the other things. I came across was in in southeast asia or southern. You're the moat you. You guys use the most 'electricity per capita and for the entire world. Your number three only behind norway. Iceland i think and again. That's one of those things like you think of such a small super small cabela's big countries a ranked high. But i mean if it's if it's crazy hot you kinda wanna cool down. August gets really really hard like in the cellar. Talking danger level you know for sure not survive without yes infrastructure of electricity. And so it's part of every house we already like built with a central. Ac or at least a split a in every single whom given you don't even ask whether if you wanna go and or you wanna buy this is there you know and like even like the elevators have a season them even really. Yeah go. you're fine so we don't even really feel fajitas when when it summer august these i like a measurement used but in fahrenheit. So we get around. It's two forty eight forty nine degrees celsius so i don't know how much that would make on. Let's say thirty nine celsius to fahrenheit boca tonight. Nine forty nine forty nine gordon. Okay all right. Let's see this is holy and is that like normal. That's in this is the most it would get ever like this august but yeah for lack two to three weeks in august. You can't even when you're outside. It's like you open the door and you enter into an oven like it's insane. How hot it gets because for us. That's one hundred twenty degrees. And like i live in the south here in america in south carolina and it gets over a hundred every now and then and it's i hate it. I can't stand hundred twenty best like death valley. You know on nevada tight temperatures physically anyway so they just sit the entire a district. So that's you forget that it's actually is sand and under the buildings you forgive you. That's i sweetie. We're not moving to behind you. That's been onsite. See we will visit. We will visit so your copy shop. You said you've had it for about three years. Yeah yeah actually exactly three years. We opened in november two thousand seventeen. Yeah okay it was really actually a really good. The reception we got was really amazing. I was. I quit my job at the time and i was there for one year to kind of keep. Make it the have it operated on..

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Was born in a civil war and and having to leave that and coming into one of the safest places of and everything was different here it was like a cure for my exile at the migration and all this stuff just by itself kind of got better just this things on the people. We got that again Repeat myself a lot that's awesome. That's awesome remember. There was this one. Funny exchange happened in lebanon like after the war the infrastructure was really really bad ass. You have like vscode's barely fake stand. You have like riches that are falling off and i. It was a disaster and that was my normal life. So i come here and after a year i looked i was. There was a newspaper that was on the table. I was looking at the front page and on the front page and this is like the the national newspaper fishermen and they said that these are street somewhere in that had a hole. Solicits like okay. Actually like it's made the actual newspaper telling people just be careful from that. Go yeah looking on it but yeah some some problem. With little all my. This happened so heavily that it's on the newspaper. You know the front page. Yeah and for me. This was like my everyday use everyday life. Guessing is thirteen like that. So i remember i called my mom. Can you imagine they say picked up the whole paper so yeah it's really cool that that's again that's also that is as cool. Oh so you're. Tom said eleven twelve years. You've been in bahrain now you know. May i ask people who move from one country to another. What's the biggest difference but seems for us. Probably everything definitely everything for the better and leave this. This feeling that you know. I i get paid for what i work i. I'm tweeted in much better way as a human being human rights. The everything was better. But i also i mean i came from a really let from low standards really really bad so anything would have been better but this is really like i. I wasn't expecting to be that good. You know what i mean. Everything even like for example like with this pandemic and everything. The first we. We had the lockdown in march. And it's months. That was the heaviest lockdown and doing those three months. They waive all electric city. And what who will not pay anything like that for the whole country the whole country we just got. You would get an sms saying a start of every month that a bill has been paid for you that again. That's awesome. yeah yeah they really understanding and even help us like because i have startup company. So they they had this This for micro-businesses. Which is what. My coffee shop is owned. They even had a liquor. Money injected into all the businesses. So all i hear. Apply online and show how i've been affected by by because i had to close down completely. Yes of course my business. I accomplished but we mostly host people. So it's all about community and large groups of people so i had to show how i was affected negatively and i applied for this program of months where they would actually send me money to my bank account so i pay salaries and i pay my. Yeah and stuff like that. So that helped us for three months to keep pushing so amazing. Hey sweetie when move the bahrain..

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"It's the smallest one. Oh yes it is extremely small. It's it's a tiny island on the gulf between right next to saudi arabia and oman qatar. And all these countries. So it's a very very very small island. We have around like the locals are almost less than one million in relation. Yeah and you have also like a huge like more than half of it half. The population is Experts so they over to work. Because it's really yes growing. It's exactly exactly yes. Yeah so it's like that but but the the way it is it's so small but it's so filled with culture though you feel it everywhere. As opposed to for example like dubai or any place like that you feel. They maintain the culture here. Yes even though they were advancing and office buildings and businesses opening up and the formula one as well they yes but they still managed to maintain the original tiny culture. So that was really like. Oh yeah yeah for sure. Because one of the things. I was looking into a pot up. I don't know how it's pronounced properly so correct me if i'm wrong. The ancient dilmun civilisation. Yes delmon civilization and yeah so they have to. They still got ruins over there that they're preserving and maintaining they move to the national museum. Some of the burials over there. Then there's that portuguese fort from way bad that is still maintain so just like you said growing a lot building new like you guys got some really cool skyscrapers over there at the world trade center israeli cooler. But you still have that how it was back in the day. They're still preserving that now tearing that down keeping that history there exactly. I badly actually actively worked on keeping that you know what i mean. I think they looked at the rest of the neighbors and they felt like everyone's kind of losing their identity much so they maintain that we want to stay behind. We wanna stay the ancient delman and there is a lot of to hear like this used to be like there is They used to think that the three of life is actually yes and they ate the garden of eden the though some people theorize that bahrain is where the garden of eden yes. Yeah what i know that. Napoleon was also tracking his way here to find the garden of eden or something and this is a very cool actually twee which is literally in the middle of nowhere. Yes yes sir like this desert and literally nothing around us. I've seen it so it's not like they're faking it in the pictures of the hidings. Yeah it's actually in the middle of nowhere and you have the sprawling three just like completely like exactly and the any side you look at it. You will find this. Desert nuts at no buildings. No other tweezers no gleaner which is why it kind of infused this whole three of life even math and stuff like that. Yeah because i will look into a little bit about this. Because i know of this as well i remember reading this. You know whenever come costas and finding it's behind and they don't exactly know where it gets. Its water like the half theory. Exactly you know they. There's a theory that there's an underground stream but they're not sure and then the whole garden of eden they're like well if it's the garden of eden that's all you need exactly now so yeah you got. That defies the laws of biology signs xactly. What the other things. I looked into collect new of bahrain and everything else and the tree of life. I've seen this picture so many times. And i never knew where it was from for you guys for bahrain and to saudi arabia correct. Yeah exactly so basically this is like around a half an hour drive which will lead..

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"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"reds" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"This is sergio. I am lebanese -sually a day. My whole life was born there. And when i was twenty four i moved out and came to. Bahrain is very close to lebanon case. Don't know it said about three hour flight and yet it's I have here. I opened a coffee shop games. Cafe people come and they play board games and we have like book clubs and stuff like that so it's really community oriented. We've done it. We opened the ski ace ago office. -gratulations that's all. Yeah it's been really amazing. This whole thing go. Yeah people in the community. We also hosts like don's sent dragons few. Oh okay all right all right back here again. More interesting as time goes yeah. We have like a dedicated tables and for people we got all the dies or the books everything so yeah it's good and into the day. I am graphic designer as well so you know with all the pictures you have behind me. I was going to ask some artistic abilities. I figure i love art design. Everything like that man. That is awesome. That is awesome. So what brought you to bahrain. Actually i always wanted to move out from from lebanon as a kid so i was considering more western countries like maybe canada because i with the somewhere in yoga but faith touted a met my then wife so i was so we got maggot. Basically i will met in lebanon in university. Fell in love. Got married to move bahrain. Cashews originally from here. Okay and we have a son now we no longer together but we have a seven year old son and yeah basically. It's life took a weird turn. But yeah well i mean it seems like overall it. Everything's worked out for you over there. Yeah yeah i waited enjoy tier. I love it. It's really nice. Yeah people are so chill and everything. It was what i needed. So yeah that that's good. I'm glad that i'll worked out for you. In looking into bahrain. I've heard of the country before right growing up. I've heard it here there. I had a feeling it was the middle eastern country by wasn't sure about wear and in looking stuff to talk. Talk with.

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