20 Burst results for "Rodley"

"rodley" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"rodley" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Doing a little bit of reading on this because I was curious about the timing of this film, Josh coming out around 1959, 1960, the same time as psycho. And it turns out Hitchcock and Powell were friends throughout their careers, Powell had actually worked for Hitchcock as a stills photographer, and in other positions on his movies. So that language was definitely part of Powell's cinematic vocabulary and a filmmaker named Chris rodley. I haven't seen this, but in 1997, he put out a documentary called a very British psycho, which makes these explicit comparisons between peeping Tom. And psycho. And he notes that the latter psycho premiered in New York in June 1960, and that was just two months after peeping Tom premiered in London. And peeping Tom was not much of the success, whereas psycho went on to great success and the documentary suggests that one of the reasons Hitchcock decided to release psycho without a press screening was that he saw the negative reaction to peeping Tom. Whatever it was, it worked out certainly for Hitchcock both these movies too really dealing explicitly at least for the time with some pretty lurid sexual content and yes, like psycho, we get again an overbearing mother figure. In the case of the mother to the girl that Mark starts kind of dating and becomes a little bit obsessed with. She's blind, which adds another element to the way Powell plays with how we watch or imagine things that we can't see in our environment..

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"rodley" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

Clubmarket Demo

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"rodley" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

"Let's just say if you just volume applications abundance knowing what's right and what's wrong is kind of hard to to figure out so basically that's where we love so far And there's some tools that you can use but it takes a little while to get to the bottom of Serve on you. Were upstate something you just when the retail what malaysia was saying there are not constraints and with limited knowledge of this technology. Lately what i am comfortable doing is probably going to using cutesy dealers the binary to the auction delay on to take to the lives. If i said something something to have gone wrong in terms of a bar. If not then i definitely have to lay on either the dogs. I mean thank god whatever. Is that being installed so this. This is someone application perspective and there's also You have multiple multiple products that can help you. Identify the availability of yard into tip from performance again. You will have to be the land of tumbler body to give me. What does this. He was a member use but when it comes to monetize little bit withdraws constraints. I wouldn't know where to start so like You know if not knowing that they would know that. It's not only to. Ben admin comes to that i would have to. I don't know if i look at the service or look at the party. If the part has some problem so i became to understand is readiness bulbs on the slopes of been talking about. Will that of help end beltway fairly start so that i would just put it as an open question doggy for buddy fairly start lake facing location and if it has gone the way because associated with the odd odd hallway. That's at some question. I had asserted us a very good question and usually this might technique with the experience that i have. If you look at application cuba netease everything stops with a part of the bottom and welcome. lottery l. will get you on in a second just quickly at just that on his servants question so usually an application in humanities on if you aware of cumulous you'll see there's like lots of town Things so you have a point which is running application inside set. That's running your application containers and on top of with you have established which accidental and then on top of it. You've this Uganda english which is doing external It's a website so we go These things but that's the only thing of other things as well go. Extinct grits Stuff but if we just focus on the website listen. These three things are usually found above. Something i'll start at the bottom of us. He is my is about programming right right. Is that right. Okay as the container running fine. So i'll check that first before after us. qc jail commands. Or i can use one of the tools that are there. And then i'll want will check the census and then i'll check thing subscribe That's how it is so that's why you love his tool yesterday from komo's in one instant rodley just going in like checking all is is broken. Westbourne isn't failed because of like lifeless pro visit l. because the image name is correct trying to which looked with useful. Because you can just in one place is you can check it out score.

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"rodley" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"rodley" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"There in front died and i was there in prime returned. Okay let's our forward. Yes that's the return of neil art with a corona rodley phil this february third twenty twenty one these venture team fighting for our number of course and then we get the green land where he needs who entrusted with his hammer. Jersey ever gets like you're an industrial. You wait malls. Anybody else loves it. I was waiting for the whole the area. Oh yeah oh my gosh. They're they're so setting up platt toilet. Now you get like whitesnake is again. We have our white men just saying the man. The man hasn't hasn't strategy. Mike power atomic man one original idea one of his eyes glows wonder wonder where that came from. That would like to have a word with you as well as cable. Captain pouches have a word with you. That i know you should have come back and be like really. I didn't like it that much seriously. They don't make a reference aroma. What we're doing from afar. What do you plan people figured. Okay so. I think that this is actually my favorite issue. Probably the penalty tissue nice but now has light beer invest social Also late ariza's getting stolen already. Nellie issue came out as mentioned last february of this year. And it has. You'll adams kara alistair at eric. Canetti also around kevin eastman again. That's harder frigging at. Did the art for this are ryan at our jerry. Ordway author did articles. Line ten scholarly fan as he has a ton of people. Get kevin eastman yet. Kid will kick it looking at looking at list. Here's okay powers rob life. Obviously i think it's not just rabbi at dillard rob by fellas peasant the headliner but chat absolutely rain in manhattan. He's fine as and worth waiting for issues when we had. But yeah i swear. They're shout. nada tunnel rob feldstein Using the shield. I'm like the first couple pages all all if you don't wanna buy it individually. I believe that. I trained comes out october. What october yeah. maybe that. Maybe they were just advertising Thought i saw it already. That was coming out sooner than nap. Might ridgely wanted different outside. I don't know if it's coming out sooner blow better gallery of the cover you. it's pretty. it's definitely playing kids. You know the the trade is coming. If you didn't pick up the five issue issue are. I don't feel like it was very inclusive as the nets won a sequel so they have like a mini series in vegas get near her inclusion of you get back. Were also often things like this. Yeah but to. If it's god i mean to do can you. We can be like realistically say. Oh yes nick. Is god news. Never coming back supernatural or tangalle. Yeah you hear. Snake is because again. A lot of judges like based in reality. Sure line back or something. I mean he cut the the guy's head great-great-great-great-great-grandfather has to worry about it yes the like the magic sword in the pit as near our hill. I love how like scarlets. Like i don't think even you can injure way in their snake as a skylight on. The snake is alison she was holding down for. The arm gagging For very wrong hands for air kind of russia. That is well. I mean. I mean this definitely stirred up interest in gi joe. It's just like you know just wanna actual carts man for better for worse ray. Pray won't even have a prayer circle. What do you think like. If the if the guy's movie it spins out like a like a really popular movie series. I mean we'll probably gonna be popular at the moment. Implants he like. I just don't happen. It's just like we're not the same people we were in the in the was. Okay gary hart again. Details brightwell racket in our face. I was gonna say maybe either just a habit hit you. Add that all of them. He has mysterious background. He wasn't always is basically more more of a ninja than a soldier. He's patiently He's the closest thing we have the batman. Yeah kind of asteroids. isn't my particular favorite that i'd rather learn a lot. Vast interesting in her back. Serves are way more interesting. I mean you might be able to do. Gi joe but like maybe like do more as like a like a secret organization almost like a say shield. But you know something that's office. Yes something off the radar. Yeah yeah now make more eighteen other one there. You got that kind of like adapted for tv. They wanted to go that rockets years. Actually we're actually creating right now. I mean there are no you bring up a good point. I mean they can have the government disavow them.

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"rodley" Discussed on Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"rodley" Discussed on Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

"In your annual financials absolutely because it is part of that overall narrative and it has to be credible. Does that go to your point. That's exactly right if it's just some standalone tick the box. It's going to become very obvious. Not just to institutional investors and the ngos that care a lot about this but also your consumer. And that's where there's been significantly more scrutiny. In this space over the last decade or so in the term greenwashing that has popped up given that many companies are realizing that they are being outperformed by other companies that have true credibility in value. Add in the sustainability space and so in order to really be able to kind of jump on the bandwagon. They've also done the check. The box exercise. But however it's very clear toll to shareholders investors when it becomes a check the box exercise versus something. That's actually core in part of the values. The company let me just ask you about carbon capture technologies. There seems to be a lot of skepticism. Rodley around them that they're too expensive to be practical that nature-based offsets aren't really removing carbon from the atmosphere. What's your view on that. And how does that sit among all these other options. It's definitely an evolving debate. And i think when people thought about energy and energy sector and es gee there's traditionally been a focus on renewable power and went in solar and obviously throughout the there as well that's important. It's really carbon avoidance as opposed to actual reducing carbon and capturing carbon and taking it out of the environment we are seeing a important uptick in investments in these carbon reduction technologies clearly the first and most obvious one is through nature based technologies through reforestation forestation and there are a number of things that are becoming clear in terms of what really from a nature. Bay solutions is considered to be additional as opposed to just saving for us that already exists for an example on some of the other carbon capture technologies direct air capture. There's also you know other types of technologies around green hydrogen or biodegradable plastics. There's a real debate. In terms of the technologies themselves. You can prove that bay reduce carbon or carbon out of the atmosphere. The bigger question is is it sustainable from an economic perspective and i think where we're sitting in that debate today is that premium of the economics of a carbon reduction technology applied to steel and cement and all of the big carbon emitters versus the plain. Vanilla is still extremely high but the view is that this is going to reduce over time. And why is it going to reduce time is because it's going to come from the demand side when all of these corporate clients are making public statements that they are going to become net zero by two thousand and twenty five or by two thousand and thirty or by two thousand and fifty. The only way that they're going to get there is to start spending capital against it. And so i think as the capital flows and from the demand side. There's just going to be a proliferation of technologies. Just like in the semiconductor space. And you'll start to see that pricing premium between low carbon technologies and carbon reduction technologies to the base case shrinking overtime and alison. I think one of the biggest debates that has only recently come up just given how new a lot of these technology based solutions are is just one theory around leakage and then another theory round permanents given that these are just going to say you know quote unquote artificial technologies that actually actively like manmade technologies that take carbon out of the environment but they have to put them somewhere right or they have to transform the carbon into another product. Many of these as john had mentioned direct air capture technologies are putting them back into the earth's surface and so the conversation that it'd be around leakage and permanence is. Is there any possibility that once they get put into the ground..

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"rodley" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"rodley" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Getting to the truth in his art. I'm your host. Rodley and today's guest is a handcuffed. Stencil artists pop artists and neutralist. We have a man mobely welcome. Welcome to the podcast. Hey happy happy wednesday. Happy any day. You're listening to this nice to be big homie mo so i gave thousand foot view or ten thousand foot view of what you do but you can do a much better job at it than me so. Describe your work for the fine folks out there. I can say you do this. You do that but you'll do a better job at it so please. So i'm a hanker. Stencil artist and aerosol pop artist. I specialize in those two things and more recently last year. I've gone to a lot more murals. I like to pay homage to a lot of like vintage comics. And i like just great artists like it's it's for my work. Now it's it's mixing up Old school comics in roma comics. And adding a modern day takes on dating romances. Movie quotes kind of just bringing new life to what i used to grope with as a kid so that's right now. Kind of fluctuates every other year. But mostly a lot of pop. Lot of pop Just popular references copper characters cartoon characters Pretty much anything like that. I'm a big fan of and then murals this year. I'm doing a lot murals But as far as like my work goes it's just it's it's elevating as much as i can the just the work like just just trying to stay active with spray paint and stencils. Oh yeah i mean i. I came across Your your your account social media. And i was like all right. This is cool. Stuff some jackets here with this denim and you know i it. It was interesting. And then i saw like just a few things are saw. Some of the stuff. I saw different pop pop art stuff that i.

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"rodley" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"rodley" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Therapists at one time. You think maybe we should start a new psychotherapy technique that involves two therapists with each patient. Like in real life. We actually did that by training so when i was i did a specialization couples. When i was training. And i see a lot of couples my practice and in fact we have couples season. Two that were taping right. Now of the podcast. We have several and in season one two. That's right and season two. We have When i say couples rodley so not just Romantic couples but also we have a mother and an adult daughter You know different kinds of couples But what i was gonna say. When i was training for the specialization couples we had two therapists in the row. So it was me as the junior therapist at the time and then a senior couple's therapist and we would do couples therapy in the room together. That was how i learned. And i thought it was so useful for the couple. Not just for me somebody who is learning but for the couple because they got these two perspectives and i think what they get with with two therapists on our podcast is they get those two perspectives. I can guy and i might know. We're trying to get to the same place but we may have very different ways of getting there and so we kind of tag team. I wish everybody could have the benefit of of two therapists in the room. When they go to therapy it's totally impractical. But it's totally impractical. But but but i think it's. It's it's it's really useful in couples. Therapy a trained with with salvador mnuchin who originated systems and and the training even in graduate school. Before i i work with was through one way mirrors now. There was the supervisor of the rest of the team would sit behind the mirror of the patients to clear knew that there was a team that was observing. Them wasn't some cia situation It wasn't to sign. And those are the phone and.

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"rodley" Discussed on James Wilson Institute Podcast

James Wilson Institute Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"rodley" Discussed on James Wilson Institute Podcast

"But i think what i argue in the in the chapter. It's a bold claim. And i and i suspect many people will disagree. Is that affiliate galaxy norms have to be upheld in this absolute way otherwise everyone begins to negotiate a how much difference. They owe their parents. How much billy I'm piety deal their parents so it should be absolute but obviously you know in the real world you have to make you have to be reasonable and so i know no piety demands that you for example Just allow yourself to be abused or or that society should allow abuse between parents and children to go on just on the basis pieties. That's that would be unreasonable. But that as a whole society should not say. Honor your mother and your father and your mother unless they kind of disappointed you And so i think it's worthwhile to uphold the absolute vision of a buddy that we get from the mosaic law and from confusion but also in practice obviously in the development of all these traditions exceptions developed how to negotiate a bad parent that. But i don't know. I think i think a lot of readers. Will i have to say my editor was was like that. That's the part where you. I'm not sure you persuaded me But but We'll see where readers think. I guess my my only concern is that you know the natural law is that you know rights have corollary obligations and it probably is necessary to define. Then you know to. Whom do you owe piety duo. Piety to the person who has who has raised you as a mother and a father or do you owe piety to that person that gave you biological on being. And i think it's a more difficult a more nuanced question but it's also a question that i think that the natural lawyers or the old tomas are constantly wrestling with because you know piety and respect for parents may be a good in of itself. But if you think how old thomas view it it would be instead not viewed as good. You know sort of in and of itself. It would be viewed as part of a hierarchy of goods and under girding though that good affiliate piety though would be you adjust regime or a just know understanding of what it means to be Apparent and so. I think i think there's i think there's a little more to unpack there. Even though i think th rodley. I'm in agreement with you that you know upholding norms of filial. Piety is Is an important part of human flourishing. Yeah and i what. I what i hope to preserve. Is the idea that go back to the distinction between who is a who's a true parents quote unquote and who is merely a biological ancestor. So to speak of biological. And i do think the merely biological is owed some difference in itself in the sense that your the unique features of garrett your your exact knows your years the way your your hair you know all of that. There's this kind of mystery..

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Apple vs Epic with John Gruber

Recode Media

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Apple vs Epic with John Gruber

"John gruber. Welcome back It's good to be here peter. Thanks for coming. Thanks for making time. We're not gonna take a lot of time. But i wanted to check in with you about the epic apple case in the trial recording this on wednesday. So we're we're two and a half days into the trial i assume you following it closely I noticed you not a lot of coverage during fire. Also i figured go straight to the source and you have to type anything. You can just talk. You know it is easier to talk about especially at this point I am following. But i am not following hour by hour. It just does. That just doesn't seem like good use of my time. i mean so. I'm trying to get the daily updates and i'm looking at. I mean obviously the big juicy part that's coming out of this are the emails that come out through What's the process called. Whatever you know being entered and coverings. Yeah yeah a little bit of a smaller at all. This stuff was uploaded into the court system last week. So if you wanted to you could have gotten all this last week But no one wants wants to actually go thrilla before we go into the particulars of of what we've heard because we can't see We've been we've been listening to these calls and looking at documents Let's just talk about the case. Rodley i think anyone who's listening to this show understands the broad outlines right this epic arguing the administration monopolist Because of the way they run the app store you are someone. I i often think of referred to as an apple enthusiast so i would think you are mostly sympathetic to apple in this case but i think also you have been increasingly critical about the way apple runs the app store for the last few years so before we get to the specifics of epic and apple. What's your overall. take on the way. Apple runs the store. And and what you'd like to see from them. You thought you said it was going to be a short show. I i would. I think it's useful to break this down. I took a note. I wrote before coming on the show. What exactly is epic asking for. And i know you're asking me my take on the apple store but i kind of feel like epochs suit is a good prism to break a very broad range of complaints out into some discrete ideas.

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"rodley" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"rodley" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"One attraction. It could be a ballpark. Be anything on all eight and yet we have the tiniest of all the cultural majors in the state that amazing not so we do so much was so little so come and feel about us all baltimore architects. Only and yet we want. We were the first museum to win the national award for excellence from the urban land institute and he's either life size it's a black risk going up the an opera singer rock singer who was in the alternative miss world contest in london Roy brown is the model and has fifteen feet of undulating wings in all the rainbow colors of a mirror with thousands of shards for feathers and it has twenty minutes to go up bar maryland meyer hall stairway to the stars and then comes down. It's is it's awesome. It's amazing as amazing and the best lower two. We're coming we're coming. We'll both be there. Because i can't go. I can't come without her. I have that duty so so I guess i guess that's pretty much. Thank god and everything. I think in the conversation of got everything that i've wanted for this particular podcast. So that's great. I guess i'm going to again. Thank you for joining the podcast. Do you have anything you want to promote. Before i sign off we do have a lot of virtual. Have some translation Things in two. We're gonna do sock monkey. Puppet that always does like eight hundred intergenerational people to so and we're making a two days this year so the business to go to the website because we try to keep that updated. Www dot a vam a. v. a. m. dot org. You know. I'm such a luddite. I can't tell you how to like. I think it's really good. But i learned zoom. But then you've been doing this podcast for so long and we started chris. Wilson's work thou art work for the first time in a museum setting. Who wrote the master plan. But he's like the parenting show so much was about his mom. His mom had been such an amazing brilliant person before she. Was you know brain damage from a rape in an attack. And he's so i mean baltimore. We are so close to being the city. That should be the most studied in america for positive turnaround and we got a lot more and and and not too lame. Pc stuff i mean really you know honestly You know there's so much amazing things to teach the world from here. And i'm glad that you're one of them. We'll take you so. I'll do my son off a i did. This is some sweating. I feel like i've had an experience so far. This grand changes dresser now so yeah so for rebecca hav burger the american visionary art museum. I am rodley saying that. There's are in and around baltimore. All you have to do is look for it..

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"rodley" Discussed on Leverage Your Leadership

Leverage Your Leadership

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on Leverage Your Leadership

"They are the mindset that you need to have and got the research kind of these aren't just lie good idea. It's the mind team solutions. Podcast leverage your leadership with better communication and stronger relationships. Today it's part three of Joshua's conversation with Ryan Godfredson Ryan as a leadership professor at Cal State Fullerton and he is the author of a new book titled Success. Mindsets your keys to unlocking greater success in your life work and leadership in this part of the conversation Ryan reveals how you can develop your mindset to make sure it really sticks yet so the question. I had not probably a good place to go short of the example. You shared previously of kind of having this epiphany so what conscious things I guess if you will and not to say that his decision was conscious may be worked through something to get there. What things can we do once? We know these mindsets exists to develop them and does each one requires something different kind of yeah great question you think a second language by chance not really now odd little bit a little bit here and there you know whom forgive us you yes. I spoke or took Spanish classes in junior high and so I could count to ten in Spanish pretty fluid right and I think that altering our mindsets is not too different than learning how to count to ten into different links so the first step in learning how to count attended a different language is to learn the words associated with the numbers right but Jonah learn how to attendance while Healey. I've gotta learn what those words are. And that's the first step of shifting online we've got to put labels to these mindset because it's not until that we have labels can we even become conscious of so that's largely what we've done in our discussion today then? The second part comes in while if I WANNA learn how to count to ten in a different language. Not only do. I need to learn the words I need now need to those on a regular basis. Not a Lotta time right. It's five or ten minutes a day and over the course of four. Maybe more weeks then I will become quite low in. County attended that different name. So it's not the easiest thing in the world but does not as that challenging either in so when we think about changing our mindset what we've gotta do is what got to engage in. I love the word that you use micro learning on a regular basis that activates and stimulates positive mindset neural connections. And as we do that what we're doing is we're strengthening those positive mindset neural connections those shifts will become more permanent so going to your point of okay well that's kind of the broad philosophy year what interventions we. Gaijin and there. There are some things we do. Globally Albert mindsets so we could also get into some specifics so one of the global interventions that we can engage in as meditation but researchers found his. Meditation enhances our ability to increase our cognitive flexibility. So if we wanted to shift their mindsets we've got to kind of break. The rest of our current Mites. Meditation helps about so. That's one thing that we've seen. But then in addition to that Rodley researchers found that deep learning watching short videos on hater towards certain mindsets doing have hater journaling exercises engaging discussions or doing trainings on these different mindsets. Our mindsets for up to two to four weeks so then the question becomes what interventions we want to engage in for what mindsets and so we could develop specific micro.

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Remote Work and Our New Reality

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05:46 min | 2 years ago

Remote Work and Our New Reality

"Has really risen through the ranks gets the third popular APP in the APP store at the moment. Why do you think zoom has been so emergent? I think one of the reasons him has sort of broken out is that they have observed all the friction that all video conferencing platforms have had in the past where it's hard to get account. It's hard to set up. It's hard to invite people to people have less patients. These days for products that have too much friction to on boarding. You know. There's always sort of the joke of conference. 'cause like hey who just joined the line or like who? Are you hate to be getting the right lane? Zoom fixed. Almost all of these usability issues and I'd say there's also little moments of user delight right I think virtual backgrounds have been one of the ways that people are breaking the ice or making conversations more friendly when they're on Zim for those listening. It's a way that you can completely off you skate. Your background and make it. Look as if you're an a green room and put any photo in the back and I think people underestimate the amount of technology that's behind the scenes. They're running a global network. They're carrying hundreds of thousands of minutes of calls at any given time those infrastructure that scaling too dramatic degree. And that's really hard to deal and they've spent a lot of time over the last few years. They've grown up as a company to build a reliable high quality. Hi Fidelity this. That's why broken out tier point David. This is new ground as millions of people are flooding these online platforms. We've already seen some outages with tools like Microsoft team last week several gaming platforms have had outages over the past week or so including Nintendo switch xbox and discord so there is some trepidation among people that all of us working and learning from home is straining that underlying infrastructure of the Internet. And that's something that particular impact home. Networks what are the limitations of some of these cleberation tools? Well I we all know. A debt of gratitude network operators that are running the global infrastructure. They're adding capacity. That are making sure that the quote unquote the pipes are not getting too full. That is not an easy job in these are the people that are working and they're probably working from home right now but they're working tirelessly as somebody who comes from an infrastructure operations background. I always think it's good to give a shout out to those people that are generally think. Listen until there's a problem a lot of people don't recognize their actual people who are keeping your running totally an adding capacity and re-routing things and reprioritising traffic. Were all the beneficiaries of that for all of us in our from home. Rodley what you end up. Seeing those companies invest in infrastructure. The ones that know how to scale and have planned for sort of elastic capacity. And when you're seeing these platforms teams had an outage and things like that. These are platforms that have been sort of cut and paste put together over the years from different products from legacy products and when you're building on top of infrastructure legacy technology stack legacy video codex. It's very hard able to scale up and deliver the kind of experience people are expecting so you are seeing new technologies like run. The world and company called tandem as well. That's the way to do real time. Water Cooler conversations when you're not doing a scheduled meeting and companies like zoom that are really taking advantage of this opportunity. So it's one thing to have these tools that help us work in small teams. It's another thing when these events get at a much larger scale many many conferences festivals sporting events have been canceled response to the pandemic. What are some of the promising alternatives? You're seeing to physical events. I think virtual conferences is brave new world that we're all going to start exploring and realized that there's actually a lot of benefits in addition to being able to access it from anywhere from your phone or your laptop and not needing to pay for travel hotels for airfare and so forth. There's also just a lot more engagement that can happen in an online context. The quite frankly is easier in many ways than the offline in real life version. So think about when you go to a conference and that awkward moment during cocktail hour. And you're not sure who to approach. You're not sure how to break into that conversation or even who? You should be meeting with me. In an online context now people can be chatting with other folks but how full context of who they are. Why they're there who they're looking to me and so forth and platforms can do better matching so you are making sure every minute is a good use of time. Always look for silver linings and moment of crisis dramatic change. And you know as an introvert. I think this is golden moment. There's a lot of people that don't get an opportunity to speak up. That don't have an opportunity to participate or that. The conversation get steered into a certain direction. Just because there's a lot of voices in a room does somebody who is often on panels and somebody who's listening to people that are on panels. I think panels are the lowest -delity form of communication. I've loved the idea that an online conference you can. Maybe suggest questions do a lot more q? And a. You can help prepare the panel. Much better and people can better socializing surface questions. You don't just have a moderator trended side what's interesting there's so many opportunities in an online format through all this different communication mediums to just cultivate and curate. A much better experience the way that you connect with someone can be through video. It can be through audio. It can be through text and by allowing the various options you also attract different types of personalities that otherwise would have been to intimidate it to go to a conference and so what's interesting is when you see a lot of these conferences switch online format not only do more people join because quite frankly. The Bar and ten is much lower but more people participate. Because they're not so afraid to chat in an online chat room. The courage required to do that is a lot lower than it is to go speak to someone in real life

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"rodley" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

"Children's ministry is exceptionally important. I can vouch for that first. Hand I I came to know Christ when I was a child through the Ministry of Volunteers who taught the Bible in my school as I've served on various ministry teams. I've had the joy of sharing the bottle with children. I've also had the privilege of working directly alongside vocational children's ministers and had a lot of refund the process of seeing firsthand. How Valuable Children's ministry is and how much of a difference it makes not only to the lives of children themselves elves including my own children but also to the lives of their families including to my own family as I was growing up and in fact to the church? Family family as a whole to children's ministry will you need great theological depth as I teach theological students more college. One of the things I often highlight is that children's ministers need exceptionally good theological chuckle training. Why is that well when you teaching adults? It's possible to get away with just regurgitating big words and technical stuff adults polite and they'll often at least pretend they know what you're talking about but children want. Let you do this to teach children. You need to understand your theology so well that you can boil it all down to a few simple points that children can process. He also need to understand the water implications of that theology so well that you can lovingly and rightly apply it to the individual lives doing that properly. Takes great theological depth and skill now. Of course the same is true administer dwells and of course. It's possible Oakland Children's ministry to simplify things wrongly and citation awhile. It's highly accessible but still wrong. So really we all made good theology geology. But still children's ministers those task it is to take the great truths of God of the God of the universe and make them accessible support for children. They need especially good theological training to do their task. Well in this part of his letter to the Evasions Coal Cole. The Apostle does children's ministry and there's a lot we can learn from Paul. He both about the Gospel and about the value and significance. It's of Children's ministry itself Features Chapter Six verses one to three children. Obey your parents in the load for this is wrought on a your father and mother which is the first commandment associated with the promise so that it might be well with you and you may have a long life on this. What can we learn from these verses about the Gospel and about Children's ministry style with the very fact that Paul addresses children directly teaches us something profound children matter to God? Paul doesn't just talk about children to the grind hops. He talks to children. This was revolutionary in pulsed bureau. What remember the accounting Jesus life where people brought children to Jesus and the disciples tried to attend me in the ancient world? Children was seen as unimportant and of little value. Compared the grownups children existed. I did for the sake of adults. The value is defined by with adults. Wanted them tragically. That attitude is returning in many Western countries. Today as abortion legislation is debated and passed in various parliaments children prior to and now soon after birth a slowly but surely losing losing the protections on the lull because they not sane is inherently valuable in themselves rather the value depends on whether a grownup chooses him but Jesus turned this attitude upside down. Jesus welcomed little children. In fact Jesus Jesus made their little nece and seeming insignificance. The Gripe Patent and example of what it means to receive the Kingdom of God and he to poll shows that he sees children as valuable in themselves. He addresses children directly he. He believes that God's spirit is at work in them so that they are able to he and Fulla God's word as responsible people. Paul was on my certainly writing writing this letter so as to be rid among Christian gatherings as God's people came together surprise gold and he his word as it is today so pool is clearly assuming that families with children would be there in the gathering and that the children would he what he has to say. These words in fact act a like a little time for children's talk in the gathering this children's toys clearly short and simple and directly applicable like August. quit children's talks but as we look further at what Paul has to say we can see that wrapped up in this brief talk. He's wonderfully deep and Gospel Centered Theology. Even the first short sentence of this simple children's talk his soaked in theology pulses children. Obey your parents. In the Lord for this is wrought side pull till's children hey to obey their parents but he doesn't give a command he also gives reasons he's not just giving the command because Abang parents is good for society. Oh because it will. Everyone expects or because adults more important rather pull gives profoundly theological reasons for his command to Oh by parents. What pulses here is intimately related to the things? He's already spilled out in detail in his letter so far firstly going back back just a few verses we can see that the command to obey parents fits into a wider set of instructions. It's an example of how to submit admit to one another through respect for crossed. That's back invest. Twenty one of Chapter Five. That is a appearance is a particular Hilo Y in which children at voluntarily placed themselves within Rodley ordered relationships. Something that all of God's people should be doing in various ways they sinton is part of what it means to leave as Gods New People in Christ fulfilled by the spirit and this is reinforced by pulls pulls fries in the Lord as children by their parents. They're actually joining in on. God's Gripe plans which are all centered on the Lord that is Jesus Christ Pool has already spoken a great deal about what it means to be in the Lord. He began his letter by praising the Godfather father of our Lord Jesus Christ who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in crossed. He's talked about believers as those who are being built into a Holy Temple in the Lord a dwelling place for God by the spirit. He's engaged believers as the bound prisoner in the Lord to walking away that is worthy. Oh the of the cooling with which you were cold and he's reminded them that once you adopt this but now you allies in the Lord so behind his fries in the Lord Some many deep truths about being blessed having God dwell among us having a great calling and bang loss and one white children can do. This is by buying their parents. Pull's about buying parents. This is right. This is just a throwaway line. Poll saying that when children by the appearance they taking apart in the new religious life that God has given his people to leave a life that is to be lived. Well according to God's good standards the latest polls writing to including children which taught to be renewed by the spirit of your minds and put on the new humanity which has been created according to God in the righteousness this and devotion that come from the truth and so I pull urge them to walk as children of loss. The fruit of light is found in all that is good and rights. It's and true. Say pull his. He reminding these children of the effect of the Gospel in their lives bringing them to leave as Gods New People and one one way they can leave at a new life is by buying their parents so this short sentence to children is deeply soaked in theology yet at the same time it simple applicable an obvious which is appropriate for a message addressed to children. Of course it's clear they'll be situations situations where more nuances needed. For example. Children shouldn't have by instructions from parents. Sign them to do what is wrong. And against God's will as it is revealed in his word but here in a phasing chapter six verses one to three is not the place for that more nuanced discussion. Rather it's simple word given to children and it has a simple but profound point children obey your parents in the Lord for this is Ross but this more as Paul continues his children's talk he also teaches them some profound biblical theology. That is theology rooted in the Bible and driven by the Gospel of the Lord. Jesus Christ the instruction for children to a by parents pulses easy in fact a gospel driven application of a text from the Old Testament. Honor Your father and mother which says Paul is the first commandment associated with the promise so that it may be well with with you and you may have a long life on the earth see the commandment owning your father and mother comes from the Ten Commandments. Commandment I'm at number five in. Its original context. This commandment isn't just for children. So adults should also respect and care for their parents but he Paul specifically applies it to children individuals who young enough to be under the instruction and discipline of family time how does pull apply this commandment two children. One thing. He doesn't do is apply it morally sickly that is. He doesn't just tell the children. This is what God says you have to just do it. That's one of the big mistakes we can make. In Children's ministry assuming ad job is to give children list of moral instructions directions for them to perform so God will be happy with them. That is certainly not what pulled us. He rather pull applies the the Old Testament in light of the gospel of Jesus. Christ how does he do that way. Does it by showing how this commandment from the Old Testament is connected. To God's Gospel Promise pull explains that this is a significant commandment because it is the first commandment associated with the promise What purpose is talking.

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"rodley" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

10:53 min | 3 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

"Relations on. May One wins New Testament lecturer and more college seniors doc not to lie then so demonstrating how wrong doc by how do we do that do we expose and convict the darkness about world by up by Cleveland well informed worldview engagement but by living Rodley by leaving as children of the lots being good and right and speech about how docket is the best way to expose the darkness is by turning the lights on because when you turn the lights on the darkness fleas that's why one of the best security measures for building is to install lights it's hard to do the wrong thing when the lot is shining on you lot takes away fee to when it's doc it can feel as if there are monsters under the bed but when you turn the light on the no longer there this pull has said the world is doc and we are lot in the Lord so living as children of lies doing Ross Bain Godly speaking truthfully the this is how the dock dede's about world are exposed darkness is opposed to lies but when you think about it a lot always has the upper hand it's not as if there's an epic struggle between light and darkness it's not star wars with dockside is powerful and menacing and the lot saw show whether it can conquer the darkness in the real world lot always wins when his dog you can switch a lot on but when his lot you can't switch the.

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The Case of Leeann Lapham

Casefile True Crime

10:06 min | 3 years ago

The Case of Leeann Lapham

"Situated on how evans showed up unannounced at her mother's house and to refuse to leave. He verbally abused leeann causing her to lose her temper. She wrote to matt got so angry that i'll put bobbing danger. That's real bad angry at myself. Dina style department have communities child safety disability services contacted lean on march twenty two amidst concerns for her unborn child's welfare leeann reported that her relationship with evans had ended she also intended to obtain the domestic violence order referencing the threats he made <hes> and the department then contacted graham evans who said that he had no intention of resuming their relationship so adding liens bipolar disorder and end their constant arguing kerry didn't say evans for a few weeks and assumed the domestic violence oda ahead bank filed and the relationship was over on march twenty four two thousand ten leeann gave birth to a boy named bradley james lapin mm-hmm evans visited them in hospital promising to change and provide for his family lien was reluctant but agreed to get back together if he delivered on his promises when her mother questioned to the ends decision she responded that she locked evans and wanted to make things work for bradley rodley. The couple fan to not deal family high has spacious three bedroom house surrounded by greenery twenty two kilometers columba's there've been his file but it wasn't available until later in the month heavensent leanna text promising to fund a motel room for them in the meantime riding a swear that late all will do anything to make that happen. I'm not losing you. If if i can not then i'm no man will get us out of this shit on aid. You're lovely and all will get it. The next morning he secured a one week. Stay at the riverside might tell in town santa where he antolin had stayed on prior occasions and on on april thirteen the trio settled in lianne failed to appear in court to complete her domestic violence order against evans seemingly eager to start afresh but this honeymoon period was only temporary by the evening of april fifteen the pair. We're fighting again. Evans was filing to live up to his promises arriving high light drinking too much and rumors had spread of he's alleged infidelity. He urged to be strong and to persevere for bradley psych

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"rodley" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on KTRH

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"rodley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Tim in San Francisco, by the way, this is the answer to the pop quiz. There are more billionaires per capita in San Francisco than any city in the world one billionaire for every eleven thousand people including the homeless how you doing Tim complete inverse for that for conservatism, probably our last conservative in San Francisco. Bats in. Yeah. Rush points. I and I wanna get your comment on point number one. You know, attorney general bars kicked around so much credibility been the Smerch. He ought to just say, you know, you're right. I you know, everybody's questioning my judges here. So going on going forward with this investigation on the start of the Russian. We're gonna point a special prosecutor, and he point someone that's more like in in who hires rabid conservatives on their stats just like molar did was with with them. And the reason I say this is because all the talk of Bara going, and you know, investigating this. I'm a little concerned he is not done the things that he is not a panel. The grand jury he's not bringing people in and putting them under oath and squeezing them and using prosecutorial attacked way. We don't know what he's doing it. Well, that's the thing. We did with more molar. It was it was. Rodley broadcast when he went in and impaneled grand jury. So I think this is maybe maybe taking this kind of laws. Investigators like blue ribbon panel, I wanna see prosecutorial type of tactics were used on a democrat. I understand I understand part of it is you want them to get the experience that they dished out everybody else. That's part of it. The other thing you for the sanctity of the investigation you wanted to go as a normal prosecutorial investigation would would go. We don't know what bars doing we don't know how he's going about it. We're not even sure he's going to just under the impression it's going to happen. But I if he's going to do it. I guarantee you he'll do it in a way that whatever fines will stand up..

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"rodley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Anniversary. What? You've been working really hard as the first attorney your birthday happy. Very we celebrate you today. Your birthday is. I don't we all want boom in birthday. I kinda do mines coming up in a few weeks. So that'd be fine. Don't you dare buy me? A message from cameo dot com. That's Antonio Brown's side business, but maybe he just enjoys it. I kind of feel like the one I saw he was in a pool too. Anniversary. Which is your second anniversary or your wedding the other. Eight five five two one two four two two seven Larry is in Maryland. Welcome to after hours. Thank you for taking my call lady. You're welcome man. Okay. The NFL is all about the big three. Are you going to identify them or do? I guess no. I'm fifty eight years old. Can go beyond this. But the forty Niners had Montana. Great, right. Cowboys and Aikman Smith. Steelers Rockies bell. They had the culprit in Thomason. Inmates Rodley asylum in ladainian Tomlinson. No, the coach, Mike Tomlin. I'm sorry Tomlin. It's okay. Just wanna make sure we know what you're talking about. Right. Right. They had the big three and the coach who did up. How did the coach screw it up? How did the coach lead to lay bell sitting out the entire season? You let the inmates. I'm not really sure what other choice. He had if on bell chose to sit out all season. What could Mike Tomlin do about it? Okay. Maybe I'm wrong. But it's all about the big three, and he had the big three and. He didn't let it happen. He doesn't have the locker room. Well, maybe this will help. I mean, the fact that he stood up to an Tonio Brown in week seventeen when he refused to show up for treatments or meetings or practices and then call them. Well, his agent drew Rosenhaus called coach Tomlin the morning of their game week seventeen Sunday and told him that Abe was ready to play in Tomlin. That's not how we do things to me. That is standing up to a player who expects you to bend the rules in such a wild way for him. And I believe that sent him as the locker room, I will say again, what I said last week that if the Steelers can get back to playing football, if they could be professional about it if they can be focused on the football if they can treat it like a job if they can be disciplined. Well, then I do believe they can get back to their winning as well as much as lady on bell is a dynamic playmaker. And I'm anxious to see where he lands, and I was stunned that he missed all of last season the job that we saw with. Samuels and James Connor. This weird, right? When you get out of football season. Sometimes those names don't come to you as easily they filled in very well for lady on bell end. So juju Smith Schuster now. It's his turn to step up as a number one wide receiver and have the opportunity to to to be benchtop option. They were both great options last year when Antonio Brown was out there when he was playing, and so this is going to be a different dynamic. But I don't think it's a losing dynamic. I think it'd be a winning dynamic with the Steelers if they do it the right way. All right. We're.

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"rodley" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"And really what it intrigued me is because I do have a technical background. I say a while someone actually was able to figure out the Byzantine conundrum where you have people on all four sides communicating with with one another without communicating with the other party. So that was very intriguing to me. And of course, I was already in FX. So I'm like, wow, we can have this centralized currency, man. This is like crazy. So that's what intrigued me man in this is I've just been netted every since really, well that is an interesting story 'cause you bring a different perspective from the, you know, the oversea understanding a little bit about the text of the head of what Molin audio, but also the the trading saw. Aw of familial as additional window. Not that you so. And that's why I left it. Also, very one fuck is. Which is look there's no volume is no options for doing. What I do. I'm not a technique. And that's what most people. Yeah. And that's what most people did. I it's not that they're dumb or anything as far as coming to cryptos a little later than others is a it's almost that perfect scenario where you've got to have a tech kind of background, and you know, the a little finance savvy. Right. So if if you had those back, then you definitely we're going to jump on it right away. And if it if it taking risks as well, and yes, absolutely. Absolutely. So yeah, that that was the catalyst. Well, look, we've seen a pretty interesting two thousand nineteen obviously you've been in this by for a number of years. You've you've watched the highs allies highs lows, a constant capitulation, the constant massive pumps you've been around. Long enough to sort of whether those storms pretty from there. And I'll I would suggest probably rather comfortable with that on pretty comfortable with how things going on a download research prides trying authorities look at the history of know that this is pretty common coast, bitcoin isn't dead. Crypto isn't did. It's just changing space. So when you first go into unimagined that you'll rum a suppose you'll view of what this could do probably evolves as well. So I mean, what's shoop go for the spice, so to speak and how you contributing to that that outcome. Yeah. Excellent point. It has it's it's morphed a drastically. I will say because initially back in two thousand thirteen ish the community will was all about getting away from the whole Wall Street Kamal that whole mechanism. The you know that was land up to two thousand eight and you know. That was our vision was creating our own network our own money, and using it as money, it was very touted as something that could be a replacement to the Fiat da systems that were that are that are out there. But as time has gone by Craig that has changed in my opinion. We're no longer looking at bitcoin as a means of a a currency is more viewed. And utilize as an as a digital asset. So if you if you have anything to compare it to I would say would be gold or a precious metal, but a digital form in better form in my opinion of of precious metals. So that's where we are today with bitcoin in particular. There are many many other all coins, and there were many many other all coins back in the day when I got into it as well most of those have died, and I see that trend repeating itself here in the next year or two you'll see a lot of the new all coins. I call all coins two point oh will die away again. And, you know, bitcoin in some of the main ones will probably probably be here to stay. But you're going to see is new as a new asset class man is only ten years old. And we've got a lot to explore learn and grow from will agree with you completely. And in one of the interesting things that are so. Obviously lost the talk of the town was ATF HF and very immature market in the sense that as he caught Rodley said it's young it's still a very young market. And it's also immature in the sense. There's a lot of investors in there that haven't had experience in traditional markets. So that really nothing's happened. If you consider an ATF, I mean, uh spike about Las. Yes..

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"rodley" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on AP News

"AP's Rodley on reports. The Tigers hammered the tide for their second title in three years, Clemson becomes the first team ever to post a fifteen and a record as Tigers dominate Alabama. And the national championship game to win it forty four to sixteen. The Tigers clearly control the momentum scoring thirty unanswered points. Freshman quarterback. Trevor Lawrence was twenty of thirty two for three hundred forty seven yards three touchdowns and named the offense of player of the game. Freshman receiver Justin Ross had six catches for one hundred and fifty three yards including a seventy four yard scoring reception. Travis at an eighty six yards rushing into scores. If the second national title for Clemson in three years, Ryan, Leong Santa Clara. The lineup for the barroom music festival's been released back after seven years fish. The other headliners include childish, give veto post Malone and Cardi B. Also other the Bill so lodge, the grand ole Opry. The Eva brothers Hosea Casey must graves Bram Carlisle and Brock, Yup. Bonnaroo is a history of booking legacy rock acts like you to Elton John and Pearl Jam this year, it's fish back for the first time since two thousand twelve zero performed two nights. Several TJ 'electronic artists such as Grizz are Greib Odessa ad illegible. Also now, it's eighteenth year, the outdoor music festival happens this June thirteenth through the sixteenth in Manchester. Tennessee, thousands of scientists who expected to see the world's largest airborne observatory at the Super Bowl of astronomy in Seattle this week, we're disappointed because of the partial government shutdown. It meant NASA space exploring plane couldn't make the flight to the two hundred thirty third meeting of the American astronaut Michael society, along with the plane hundreds of government. Scientists are also not allowed to attend the conference or to other major scientific gathering scheduled to begin this week. But the shutdowns impact on science stretches well beyond the empty chairs at this week's conferences. It means some of the nation's smartest scientific minds are. Sitting at home not doing science for weeks with no clear end in sight. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm election. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game..

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"rodley" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"rodley" Discussed on AP News

"AP's Rodley reports. The Tigers hammered the tide for their second title in three years. Simpson becomes the first team ever to post a fifteen and a record as Tigers dominate Alabama. And the national championship game to win it forty four to sixteen. The Tigers clearly control the momentum scoring thirty unanswered points. Freshman quarterback. Trevor Lawrence was twenty of thirty two for three hundred forty seven yards three touchdowns and named the offensive player of the game freshman receiver Justin Ross had six catches for one hundred and fifty three yards including a seventy four. Yard scoring reception. Travis Ettienne added eighty six yards rushing into scores. If the second national title for Clemson in three years, Ryan Lee Santa Clara, a passenger boom at Lisbon's airports lead. Portugal's government to launch a one point one billion euro plan to expand the airport and build a second one. The announcement comes even though an environmental impact study that could thwart the plan isn't finished national airports operator Anna's, footing the Bill for the airport expansion and to adapt a military airfield thirty kilometers from Lisbon. It aims to handle around fifty million. Passengers a year from twenty twenty two authorities say the environmental impact study will be ready by April critics accused the government of rushing into the project because a general election is due in October. The stage actors union has called a strike AP. Correspondent Warren Levinson says it's for shows currently under development actors equity, which represents more than fifty one thousand actors and stage managers is demanding that its members stopped taking part in stage work under development. The move threatens the pipeline for new plays. Musicals producers have used an increasing number of laboratory and workshop productions to test out material the share show and to kill a Mockingbird. Ramon current productions that have used labs the actors working in them or seeking a raise and a chance to share in the profits of shows that go on to become moneymakers equity and the producers group the Broadway league been negotiating over the issue for two years without resolution. Warren Levinson, New York. Trump and the wall, I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute in the speech from the Oval Office. President Trump defense has called for five point seven billion dollars to build a border wall barrier is absolutely critical to border security. It's also what our professionals at the border want and need. This is just common sense Trump ads. Congressional Democrats are blocking issues they supported in the past Democrats in congress have refused to acknowledge the crisis. The fight with Democrats has led to partial government shutdown now in its eighteenth day in the Democrats response. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says money for border security would be better spent on diverse technology. Install new technology to scan cars and trucks for drugs. Coming into our nation looking higher the personnel. We need to silicate trade and immigration at the foyer we can find more innovation to detect unauthorized crossings. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this..

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