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Joe Scarborough's Dramatic Reaction to Gov. Ron DeSantis' Ad Against Fauci
"Now if the highlight of your career was to be the incest banjo player on the bridge in the movie deliverance a rough movie And if you look at a picture of the kid on the bridge and you look at a picture Joe Scarborough they look like it's the splitting image one or the other is it not mister petition And so Joe Scarborough is on the morning Joe He sees the ad and here's what he says Cut 16 go It's stupidity in this one It's very strong I mean I thought I thought look how he does a dramatic reading The stupidity in the sky is a Harvard grad Served as country And watch Joe Scarborough a bottom feeding pathetic backstabbing punk Other than that he's a good guy Go ahead Years ago where the dumbest ads I've ever seen where he's reading Donald Trump bedtime stories through his baby Joe doesn't understand jokes because he is one He doesn't understand drugs because he is one Go ahead He's sorry that he did that now But this is just so stupid I could have your head so far up trumps you know what Remember that mister producer I'll bet he's sorry Joe is that he did So did your colleague there Mika Remember when the two of them Trump was deciding around Remember how they swabbed it all over Donald Trump mister producer remember America Oh yeah
Gov. Ron DeSantis Goes After Dr. Anthony Fauci in New Campaign Ad
"Some major flip flopping people should not be walking around with masks Masks work Fully vaccinated You are protected and you do not need to wear a mask If you are vaccinated you should still wear a mask You really better be very careful before you bring the children back The default position should be to try as best as possible to keep the children in school Right now at this moment there is no need to change anything if you're doing on a day by day basis I would like to see a dramatic diminution of the personal interaction that we see So let me clarify that because there was a little bit of a misunderstanding That is a great ad It's been put out by Ron
Washington DC 'Defeat the Mandates' March Calls for End to 'Draconian' COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements
"This last weekend something incredible happened. There were two marches in Washington, D.C., the march for life, which happens every single year. But then an unexpected march that happened. Anyway, over the weekend. And it was incredible. It was the march defeat mandates. Well over 35,000 people descended on Washington D.C. and what's been incredible is the media blackout I meant to get to the story yesterday we just couldn't do it justice, but it's actually better that we're doing it today because we got to keep the momentum going, we have to keep this story alive as it's truly remarkable with the organizers and the planners of this event were able to pull off they were Republicans. They were Democrats. There were vaccinated people unvaccinated people. It was all about ending the mandates, something we've talked about on the show for quite some time, something we've talked about at turning point USA for quite some time and with us is one of the organizers. Someone who I believe we had on the show last summer, while we actually know, it was a year and a half ago. It's doctor Richard erso, who is a medical doctor in a scientist with the highest honors from the University of Texas and he is from the global COVID summit, doctor, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Welcome. Thanks, Charlie. Appreciate you having me on there. So tell us what happened this last weekend. It looked extraordinary. I was a lot of good energy. You know, we pulled it together over just a couple of months. We had fantastic attendance. I think we had a lot of energy. We've been working on this the entire time. We took basically a group of doctors that basically the core from Hopkins Harvard Stanford and we took these guys and we created a group called the international alliance of physician scientists. And we recognize that we're used in medicine as the tip of the spear to basically change our society, create a tyranny and a mandate that didn't make any sense. So one of the goals was we wanted to show that this has been a scientific fraud. So the civil liberty side of it, of course, is one thing, but it's actually been a scientific fraud. And so a lot of what's going on with these mandates actually makes no scientific
Charlie Predicts Certain Pockets of America Will Never Lift Mask Mandates
New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate
"Schools told to keep masks after judge overturns mandate. Yeah, they just do whatever they want. They don't care what judges have to say. They don't care if presidents have to say, we're the ones that follow their stupid rules. They don't even follow the correct rules. New York State education officials told school administrators to continue enforcing the state's mask mandate for students and teachers Tuesday, despite a judge ruling overturning it, causing confusion is some districts rushed to make masks optional. The education department said the state has filed notice that it would appeal Monday's ruling by a judge. Quote, while these legal steps occur, it is the New York State's educational department's position that schools should continue to follow the mass rule, even though the judge has said it's unconstitutional it can't be enforced. They're still going to have mask mandates in schools. We've been experiencing this for quite some time, Republicans are so slow to the game and quite honestly behind the ball. They have not cared what judges say for a long time. They built sanctuary cities in New York and Boston in Portland and San Francisco and Chicago. In open defiance to federal immigration law, despite what judges were saying, they have always looked at the courts as a means to the end, but never, as an interruption to their actual aims or ambitions. Now the story is this is that a New York judge has officially struck down the mask mandate and the appeal hearing is possibly this afternoon. Now, in New York, they have this is NBC New York dot com. They say there's a massive COVID surge and it's too bad for the people of New York. My heart goes out for you. You just have a leadership class that doesn't believe in treatments. So just kind of leaving you out to die. I wish that wasn't the case. New York judge ruled Monday that the state mask mandate can not be enforced after it was reinstituted reinstituted by governor Kathy hochul over concerns about a winter surge of coronavirus cases. The attorney general's office immediately filed an intent to appeal, but acknowledged Tuesday morning that the mandate was for now not in place until a hearing could be held.
Governor DeSantis Condemns Biden's Haphazard Decision to Revoke Monoclonal Antibody Treatments
"Governor desantis condemns Biden administration's haphazard decision to revoke authorization of lifesaving monoclonal antibody treatments. Governor Ron DeSantis is demanding that the Biden administration reversed its sudden and reckless decision to revoke emergency use authorization. For Regeneron, an Eli Lilly monoclonal antibody treatments. This abrupt and unilateral action by the Biden regime will prevent access to lifesaving treatments for floridians and Americans. The story is this FDA restricts use of two monoclonal antibody treatments. I know people's lives who are saved by monoclonal antibodies. Now, their argument is like, well, it's not working that well against all Macron. Well, if not working that well as the standard for revoking, emergency use authorization, then maybe you should pull some EUA permits for vaccines. Not working that well. First of all, there's no clinical data to support that. Second of all, there is massive momentum amongst doctors action on the front lines of how monoclonal antibodies help condition the response and help with Regeneron regenerating white blood cell treatment and they are lifesaving in some cases. Not all the antibodies are effective. It doesn't work all the time, which is why you need to throw the kitchen sink at it. With all the other treatments, but now the federal government is coming out and they're saying nope, not happening. You are not allowed to use monoclonal antibodies. We are going to get in the way of what doctors are able to do with their patients. Now, we've already used all the words on this show. We know that Joe Biden has no concern whatsoever for the mounting deaths preventable deaths of people that have died from COVID-19 isn't care about the 100,000 plus overdose deaths. But what does he care about then? What is the explanation for this? Well, the FDA justification is they say, well, it's unlikely to be active against the Alma cron variant. Oh, unlikely. Not that it doesn't work, not that they have clinical data to show that monoclonal antibodies are doing harm. No, just that it's
Governor DeSantis Hits Biden for Denying Floridians Access to Monoclonal Antibodies
"Florida governor desantis coming out this week and battling with the Biden administration over the distribution of these lifesaving coronavirus treatments. U.S. health regulators are apparently regulating the emergency use of certain antibody treatments which leaves 2000 floridians not able to access the care, the treatment that they need according to the governor 2000 floridians had appointments for these treatments canceled because regulators are allegedly very carefully dulling this out. And of course, the concern always is, how much of this is tied to it being Florida and it being a conservative state run by a conservative governor and some of the allegations are in fact that Florida is being unfairly penalized if that's in fact it is indefensible. Ron DeSantis, tweeting out, quote, without a shred of clinical data to support his decision the binding administration has revoked the emergency use authorization for lifesaving monoclonal antibody treatments floridians have benefited from the state's treatment sites and their access to treatment shouldn't be denied based on the whims of a floundering president. Well, a little bit of a dig there, but he goes on to say this indefensible edict takes treatment out of the hands of medical professionals and will cause some Americans their lives. There are real world implications to Biden's medical authoritarianism. Americans access to treatments is now subject to the whims of the failing president. I mean, this really is pretty scary stuff. In fact, if the federal government is deciding who can get treatment who can not, that really is kind of I think an appropriate use of words, medical authoritarianism. Because if people feel that they are benefiting from these treatments and there's evidence suggesting they are, why would we be denying them this?
Doctor Thanks Sen. Ron Johnson for Being Allowed to Speak Freely on COVID
"This is a doctor up on Capitol Hill yesterday testifying before senator Ron Johnson's committee on COVID where he has to thank him This is unbelievable for being allowed to speak You would think this was a speech again being given in Venezuela or Cuba This is happening in the United States Listen to this Just before we get on in the questions enter something into the record I want to personally thank you In the past medical schools and conferences would like this would take place We debate how to treat these kinds of diseases and it's kind of strange that this meeting has to take place in the U.S. Senate Given the current state of affairs that's what we are But in the past we would think that somehow the FDA the CDC the NIH we would have basically maybe a message board exchange ideas and I really want to reach out and say thank you for what you've done to doctor McCullough and doctor rish who initially set all this up The extreme censorship and attacks have led us to come to this place And so I want to just thank you for what you've done You've really pushed this all forward You've been yourself become a researcher in the scientists over this last two years So thank you very much That's really sad to hear I mean devastating the air You have this doctor testifying before a Senate committee where he has to thank senator Ron Johnson You heard it yourself for being allowed to speak about medical issues surrounding
Press Conference Offers No Course Correction for Joe Biden
"Press conference yesterday. I read The New York Times so you don't have to. I also have The Wall Street Journal here, which The Wall Street Journal does a nice job and definitely in comparison to The New York Times. Wall Street Journal is not perfect, but they are very thoughtful. And you'd think after a president who has like a 35 to 40% approval rating does a two hour press conference, that would be the lead story. Instead, both The New York Times The Wall Street Journal, they mention it briefly with a big takeaway with some of the blunders in some of the fumbles from that press conference. In addition, a massive failure legislatively in the United States Senate which we're going to get to. I think if you were to kind of go into the strategy session of Ron klain, who's the chief of staff to Joe Biden to Jill Biden, who is the wife of Joe Biden. Oh, I'm sorry, doctor Jill Biden. I'm so sorry. That's right. Never mean any offense to the woman who has a PhD in education. It's a doctor. She worked very hard for that. Doctor Jill Biden, Joe Biden, Jen Psaki, and all the kind of group of unimpressive people running our country, I think that they had a strategy meeting. And I think the force of gravity against the Biden regime is finally starting to be felt. I think finally all of a sudden they're starting to realize that they're losing on the Fauci virus. They're losing on the economy inflation is a real thing. They can't get their legislative agenda passed. They're not going to get their voting deform act, not voting reform, but the deformation. Of voting. And the borders are wide open, internationally. They've been a complete and total joke mockery and disaster. So I think in their strategy meeting they said, okay, people say that Joe Biden's mental decline is impacting his ability to govern, let's shoot Joe up with whatever sort of kind of adrenaline that is necessary and deploy him out there. I think the point was to try to show that Joe Biden was going to go over the top long to try to win kudos and praise from the establishment media. This is
Sen. Ron Johnson's Mission Has Always Been About Freedom
"Listen when I ran in 2010 it was about freedom It's still about freedom It's always been about freedom What made this country great It's individual liberty and freedom It's not big government It's individuals using their liberty to and their freedom to dream and aspire and build and create with this little interference from the federal government as possible You take a look at just about anything federal government touches and they screw it up They exacerbate I don't know how I do know how because liberals have taken over our media big tech but they've been boozled the American public into looking to government to solve their problem Have you noticed they haven't Senator they can't even give stuff away They can't even give stuff away The federal government can't even give away monoclonal antibodies and masks They can't even give away free stuff They can't even get that right I mean it's staggering they're in confidence And Americans understand that And yet so many people vote for people want to grow government It makes no sense And if you want to fear power fear it in a concentrated government That's what our founders recognize I mean the reason these geniuses came up with this system is checks and balances they knew Yeah we need a government but government by and large is something to fear because it grew our freedoms receded and they knew the key was
Sen. Ron Johnson: Doctors Are Vilified for Recommending Off-Label Drugs to Address COVID
"It's just very sad But no there's been a complete denial of reality Can you take a look at our response to COVID and call the success 850,000 Americans dead either with or from COVID 5.5 million people globally At some point in time you got to sit back and go you know the COVID guides they have an exactly end of this pandemic Maybe we should have sought a second opinion And you're right by the way again I'm agnostic I remember deciding I mean there's a cornucopia full of drugs that can be used We have advanced medicine by off label use Doctors have every right To utilize their off labor prescription rates but they're being denied that right by the CDC the FDA the COVID guide And again I personally believe hundreds of thousands of people needlessly died because doctors weren't practicing medicine because this early treatment was being sabotaged by the COVID guys It is a scandal It is a travesty And you're right I mean I never came I came here because we're Morgan and our kids future But I did end up in a role of investigating the corruption in all these agencies and now my eyes are opened up in terms of the capture of these federal health agencies by big pharma The corruption of science the corruption of our medical establishment to medical journals It needs to be corrected for the future
Sen. Ron Johnson: Legacy Media Doesn't Respect Americans, Pushing Only One Approach to COVID
"Because the American people are hungering for information There's a reason Joe Rogan has gotten 40 50 million views with his interviews with doctor McCulloch and doctor Malone who will be at my panel It's because people want information Our agencies though are legacy media the big Tech Data respect the American public from being able to get information and make informed choice and decision There's one approach to COVID It's what the COVID gods have blast and nobody else needs to offer a second opinion In fact if you do you're going to be vilified you're going to get fired you're going to get sued you're going to be suppressed you're going to be censored I think it's been travesty
Sen. Ron Johnson Previews New Panel Called 'COVID-19: A Second Opinion'
"You have been an open advocate for honesty when it comes to the whole Hunter Biden spygate debacle And one of the things I think now where your value added is really tremendous is on the COVID misinformation from the left You're hosting this COVID panel called the second opinion And you're going to have some medical experts These are people with documented bona fides out there And what are you going to talk about in this panel And how are we going to address this litany of misinformation COVID misinformation coming from the left By having an open discussion I mean that's where I found most appalling I may advocating for early treatment I've been completely agnostic in terms of what drugs But literally since March of 2020 why do not healthcare agencies robustly explore and research early treatment using cheap generic repurposed drugs widely available I mean there's a cornucopia of them It's not just one it's a multi drug therapy But they didn't They're focused on the vaccines And so anybody who had a different opinion And I'm 66 years old as long as I remember It's always been a really good thing if you had a serious medical condition Go seek a second maybe you can get a third opinion It's not been allowed I don't have a good explanation for it I have my suspicions Obviously all the drugs that are being recommended approved for use by the federal agencies are all the expense of ones by big pharma They've not really just ignored They sabotage They've trashed cheap generic drugs I can't explain it but what I do know is to date Two years in the pandemic NIH guidelines continues to be do nothing
Sen. Ron Johnson Confirms Another Re-Election Campaign
"So you had some big news You're gonna run again Listen I know there's a couple golden opportunities coming up here in the election I know you had said you weren't gonna run You changed your mind I'm very happy about that What was it The mess we need to clean up there What changed your mind Yeah Democrat governance I mean in a nutshell when I ran in 2016 and I stated that intention it was trust me as my wife's very strong preference to serve a second term and go home But now it really does feel like this nation is being torn apart by the left And when you look at the disaster this Democrat governance the open borders the embarrassing dangerous threat in Afghanistan out of control spending sparking record and 40 year record highs and inflation And by the way we don't have kept release only on the southern border We also catch Ruiz in our criminal justice system You'll be able to see We have the tragedy that was the walk shot Christmas tree The little children see on the curbs trying to see Santa and because of Democrat governance and Democrat and Democrat government Milwaukee they'll let this murder out I think a $1000 bail killed 6 people each year more than 62 others That didn't have to happen It shouldn't have happened But that is that is the disaster that Democrat government So that's as I travel around the state I would just say identify so many people that are every bit as concerned about what's happening in this country And they were just strongly encouraging me Don't worry about that And what you said in 2016 we need your voice You're willing to speak the truth You will need to be attacked continue to keep speaking the truth And so that's what in the end this made me decide to not walk away I could walk away I didn't think I should
New York Times Runs Crap Piece, Claiming Tension Between DeSantis and Trump
"My friend reads The New York Times call my attention to this front page peach about tension between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis It's by time stalwart's Maggie haberman and Jonathan Martin who don't know crap Who probably had a lot of fun writing it They report that Trump had become unhappy with desantis because the Florida governor won't say he'd step aside if as seems likely Trump decides to run for president in 2024 How many here believe that if Trump runs in 24 Desantis would challenge him Zero According to the times Trump believes he says what justification I think that he put desantis on the map From this Trump concludes without justification I think I'm just reading what he wrote That desantis should not stand in the way of the former president's future political ambitions Trump hasn't yet blasted desantis by name but he ripped gutless politicians who dives the question of whether they've been vaccinated against COVID fearing blowback from vaccine skeptics desantis hasn't said whether he's received anti COVID shots The answer is yes Trump said an interview last month but they don't want to say it because they're gutless and so forth He says I agree with Trump Governors who have been vaccinated should say so to reassure the public the vaccine is safe governors are rejected Out of safety or other concerns should share those concerns with their
Matt Palumbo Links George Soros to Biden Admin in 'Man Behind the Curtain'
"Matt what about the Biden administration Any connections between Soros and members of the Biden administration now Yeah and so the criteria I use for like when I say someone who Soros length is they have to have served on a board of someone like a source facts organization So there's more of a direct link to source I don't want it to be like a friend of a friend of a friend who knows Right right right You're doing actual reporting unlike the meeting Correct Correct So in the transition Biden's transition team there was about two dozen or so a little less than that a Soros links people within the administration near a tanden and Ron klain whose job seems to just be like tweeting about it all day They're both Soros links The strongest is actually Antony Blinken Now blinken's parents are both friends of Soros who have been photographed with him if you go in the open society foundation which is sources group You look at their annual reports both their names are listed in their high and the hierarchy within the organization There's actually a library at a creative university in Europe that's named after them So blankets family is tied to Soros And one of the first things blinken did after taking office was he passed sanctions against this guy named Sally barisha who was the former president and prime minister of Ukraine And guess what Boris is a very outspoken critic of George Soros Now the claims are the justification for the sanctions was all these allegations that a corruption I went back ten years that apparently Obama didn't notice But you look at the source material it's a group called the east west management institute which guess what Was cofounded by George Soros So that's either the biggest coincidence in the world or source of interest
Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Proposals to Stop Illegal Immigration
"Now Ron DeSantis has a plan on what he intends to do if and when Joe Biden brings illegal aliens to Florida. And so obviously he's not securing the border, which is a problem. But then to farm out people into communities all across the country is imposing huge costs on Florida and other states. And so what we've said is a number of things. One, we have sued Biden and we have a case in federal court. Two, I'm asking money for the legislature so that if we do get wind of these flights and we haven't had flights in the last couple of months since this has become a big issue. But we do anticipate they're going to try again. We have money that if they drop in Jacksonville, let's say I'll pay for buses and we will send to Delaware some of these other places. And then they'll know that Florida is not a good place to do. We're also going to impose some, I guess, restitution on the companies that are bringing them in with the federal government. These are contractors, bus companies, whatever. We're going to charge them per head a restitution, because when you bring somebody in, there's a whole host of costs that go along with
Ron DeSantis Stopps School Mask Mandates
"Now, Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, put on a tour de force when he was attacking Joe Biden for the Maxine mandates and says municipalities do not have the right to impose these kinds of mandates in my state, and that's why I stopped it. These are bad for the radio. But cities like Santa have trended in policies that they think are bad for them. Why is it okay for you to violate you sort of dependent upon rule but it's bad when so first of all, this idea that somehow conservatism is about like local school boards. It's the United States of America. So the state, the states are the primary vehicles to protect people's freedoms, their health, their safety, their welfare, and our constitutional system. What Biden is doing is not constitutional.
"ron us" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"But he's my grandfather offer. Onion is some relation to me. Well since you knew that and he is your grandfather which you should know that and you bet against. Chris and chris got it wrong. That's one point for rock. And ron us you. I'm really gonna lose to guy that's been doing yeager bomb long we shall see should a point by defaulter you did okay. I like this game now. all right. Well let's see how it goes because it's your question iraq-iran who since who since one thousand nine hundred sixty nine is the only constant member of the araya heap. Chris does ron no his era heap. I'm gonna say he knows it right. Ron he's not betting against you. Your choices are guitarist. Mick box drummer. Roger penlington drummer nigel. Olsson or bassist cram janssen. Let me first say. Are you fucking serious camaro. Yeah that's the question. Let's let's a re answer re question question about araya heap. Okay ahead who since nineteen sixty. Nine is the only constant member of your eye heap. So you're right heaps. Been around since the late sixties. They've had a whole lot of different members. Come through the band. Only one guy has been there all along. Your choices are guitarist. Mick box drummer. Roger penlington drummer nigel. olsson or bassist crammed janson And chris actually said i know this against you. Well i actually do know that nigel olsson. I recognize that name. He was the drummer for elton john. So you're actually going to go long winded on a multiple choice question. Holy shit just pick one ron. Can i call france.
"ron us" Discussed on Riot Podcast
"Shock me shak into ball you can follow that lineage. Back to jape path so so one of noah's son so if you look at. Some noah had his son jeep with ham shem in jape. Beth went north. Beth from where they win amarah ad. They went up north and you can follow his lineage and you could see that he had a sunday may gog. He had a son name. Gomer pyle i always wanted wasn't really his but it's really cool in and then they had Other they had me shak had to wall and other ones. So that's it's it's. They established themselves in the northern region. The northern part of europe and so when we look at those times now what we find is russia. We signed causes. Stan ubekistan taj on after afghanistan. You're really just making these up at this. Their the stands. It's like when you read the old testament. You have the lights everywhere. The ice yeah so now in the modern day we have yeah. Yeah so changed over. So that's that's kind of that area. It's so that region is going to come against us and then you know. Think about this in the well. Let me finish this the other one. So there's not only that then we're gonna have persia persia mishaan ball. There's a part of turkey. That's going to be there but persia member in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. They changed over everything to iran. Actually in one thousand thirty five thousand nine hundred eighty five they were they were persian and then they changed iran. So that's now. They're iran so persian. Come against him ethiopia but when they were talking about in the old testament the theo that was sudan. So there's a northern part of ethiopia where sudan and south sudan. Come in down. In africa that the northern part of africa that sudan and then put libya. So that's next to egypt so you have egypt and then to the left of that is libya and then gomer again. And then beth toca. Meyer was again this turkey and armenia area. Probably in as as the budget. On this fan pete is just because of the name. Changes is egypt is egypt part of this or no. No we don't find egypt. We don't find saudi arabia. We don't find jordan. We don't find any of that in there. But but here's let's talk about the hook that funny that those are kind of some of the places where we just had peace treaties. Yeah that's bizarre. Well there but but one of the what was surprised that just had a peace treaty with israel sudan in sudan though is a part of this so sudan is going to renege on that peace treaty and come round. But he's so we talk about the hook. So what is that hook. Let's think about it. So the united states is out of the picture k. So the united states has rapture. So we're we're caught up. Go ahead ron us. Part of this. Who is china is not a part of this. not now that coming armageddon. So that's when they talk about the kings of the east the orient. Yeah we're gonna get into that were armageddon. We'll talk about how china comes into play. But right now it's russia but with would russia ever attack israel if united states was game in play think about it would russia no way. There's no way today. No no so they would have. The united states would have to reject israel right. United states would have to reject the support for israel when donald trump was president. He was way pro. Israel biden as much. But i know that he still supports israel and i know that..
"ron us" Discussed on Ninja News Japan
"I remember when Obama was campaigning. In a video game, I was playing as racing game at all I remember I think was burnout paradise maybe something else on the billboards in game. There was like, yes, we can Obama. ICONOGRAPHY it's in the game he paid for the ad appeared in the game, and that's now not an unusual thing but I remember that was probably the first instance of that happening. I got sort of experience it. was actually pretty, cool. All right. So Ron US some crimes. Hit J. CSI. CSI Yeah. I got confused. From twenty. Four. This isn't the counterterrorist unit. This is the. Crime Scene Investigation. Japan. Edition. I, did I live in a really small town really really small town and I assumed that the small town does not have counterterrorist unit. So I thought it would be really funny to make a show. Of the counterterrorist unit. Of a really small town where there's never has been nor would there ever likely be any terrorism and the agent is just bored out of his mind all the time it would be a comedy show I had the premise, but then I couldn't rain episode because. It's hard to think of ways to be funny. Wall. Maintaining a level of. I guess you just have to do some kind of office thing where people don't work. anyways. Guy Rented a car. He. decided that he wasn't extension. We call them up and said I WANNA extension I want an extension. And then he just kept it for a year. He didn't return it. After a year, the car rental companies like maybe we should get a car back. I they probably reported earlier than that and the cops. Cop Ran across his car ran the number or whatever found out. It was essentially stolen at that point and took the guy in he was arrested the bill for keeping a car and I don't know what rental car was. This was to me the more important part because of the next bit. I WANNA talk about. I'm assuming is just like a regular sedan. Maybe it's events something like that. But if you keep a car rental car freer, probably a CD card but being really honest. The total bill was seven, point six, six, million. So when I saw that number I immediately thought. What kind of car could you actually by eight million now the reason I thought that immediately because I live in Japan I've bought a car I bought a very standard car not sexy at all. In fact, I bought the least sexy car probably humanly possible because I was looking for maximum. Internal capacity maybe use the right way. Because I wanted to be able to pack as much stuff into the smallest space. Possible. So I didn't look for an attractive car at all. I looked essentially for the smallest car with the biggest amount of space especially, I wanted to touch on wheels. So I bought a Nissan Cube, which is one of the ugliest cars ever invented but it's a square box which means a my head doesn't touch the ceiling and that's actually a problem and a lot of cars. Be. It's functional. I would never be cruising down the street and like it out and go yo baby, check it out. Have A girl be interested. They'd be like it's Cube you can just keep driving sir. That shows the level of confidence. I have in my manhood though if we're GONNA, go that far that I did not feel the need to sex myself up with a car. I bought. Essentially, the antithesis of that. I bought. You Okay I was just going to start getting this some pretty stuff. Let's stop and talk about if you have eight million yen. So the car he rented was not worth eight million that was premise A. Premise be is what could you buy for that amount of money? So if he ends up having to pay eight million yen, he could've bought a way better car. So it would have been a better investment to buy that car he could kept for more than one year. So a brand new car I was looking at not us because using it by like Pretty Awesome Car Oh wait Nissan Cubes two million I think I said that but just to establish so that is regular normal family car. Not Exciting doesn't do anything. Interesting has a button that you press. It says sport changes nothing keeps the engine running at a higher rate but since the car slow anyways, it doesn't make a difference. Two million yet. So. You could have bought four of my car. For, the same price as this guy might pay for one year. Buying four cubes is a terrible idea. Don't even consider that for a second. You could buy. A Tesla. Which is the most interesting car I'm not even going to say it's the best car. It is certainly the most interesting car right now Japan charging stations are hard to find, but you could buy Tesla eight million I. Think it's the C. Class. You could get the Mercedes. Benz s class. So now you're immediately looking at the level of car. We're talking about when you talk about eight million Yen Tesla's in Mercedes. If you're not into that. Maybe you want a truck, you get the Toyota Tundra, which is a big pickup truck. You get an Audi a five which is. What lawyers tend to be leaning towards now it used to be. BMW's lawyers. All kind of have moved towards Audis. Now, the a five is being the car for that kind of person. I'll let you want a muscle car. You could get brand new twenty twenty dodge. Challenger..
"ron us" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast
"That's a good point like is is worth sixteen. I by then yes that. That's a perfect too euro. Yeah Yeah it's it's something it is so anyway he's about that right age. Yeah Act One. After dropping off Alexander at School K Lauren Warfare Turbo lift. She's a little flirtatious. He's a lot standoffish. She doesn't seem to care about his commendation. She's heard about it but what she's interested in. Is that question that he's dying to ask and she's going to make him ask in being being Mr Wharf you are the father. I don't know if that was new information to you outside. Just confirm it. Yeah Fr- from their reactions like you had to figure. Yes okay. It is his kid and especially when yeah. I'M GONNA make you ask. She's not going to make him ask him. I like why would she even bring him along like as soon as she brought this little surprise along? Mike? Okay it's his kid otherwise there is absolutely no reason to bring the kid unless it's like. Oh this Klingon boys also your brother. I don't think that works so I yeah there there's really no other reason I could think of to Bring along so. That wasn't really a surprise. What was little bit surprising? Though was how quickly he brought up his commendation with her. Oh yeah he's he throws that out a lot is coming. Dc I've been discarded. I've my dishonor. He does with people who knew about it. He's talked with Picard. Yeah yes no problem bringing card was there but I feel that he he was very much like obviously i. I think they did just to move the plot along sure. That's not worth wanted to spend their time in this episode. So they just you know. Throw it out there but it to me. It feels like he was very hesitant about how she would react to it. So he didn't want her to know or not but then the first thing we see him together. It's like. Oh Yeah I've been discounted. Oh okay but then she already knew already know. Yeah Okay I'm okay. It's been a few years but Why would some I? Well I was GONNA say wharf wasn't necessarily that high up in Klingon command structure but I guess it's probably something that doesn't doesn't happen very often right. I'll read right right right so all right well over in the conference room. Keilor's selling the senior staff that the empire is on the verge of civil war. Two factions are struggling for power. Only the Chancellor Kim Beck. He's back as been able to keep the peace turns out he's dying and Oh hey picard. He's waiting for you over on my ship over the Klingon ship card meets with Kim. Pack is dying by poisoned and he wants card to act as an arbiter in the struggle for power car tries to refuse but compact has already sent the order and he says the smile. The two challengers will soon arrive and fight for the honor of leading the Klingons. What impact wants to do is find out which one is poisoned him was Gal. Ron US remember him from a few episodes ago Matt. Es Ado whichever. One is responsible for killing Kim Peck with poison must not be allowed to take command of the empire bike. I understand his reasoning for thinking. It's one of them but if it wasn't what if it was a third party you know it's it's an interesting thing Klingons if there's anything we've learned about them at this point or at least this era of Klingons. They are quick to jump to conclusions with very little proof. No proof you know. It's it's yeah we see that quite a bit like I don't need further proof. You're in front of me right now so I will kill you like come on guys you know I. I don't know I like worse. Whole defense for when he went to go defend his family honor his line of. Defense was Oh traitor. Always now how do you know? Because I said so. 'cause my father wouldn't do that okay. Sure turns out WARFORD's right just didn't know that time act to back in school. Alexander isn't really getting along so well with the other kids or is there to pick them up. It's a warrior does this. Where does that and word doesn't do that? I don't WanNa be a warrior in her quarters. Time for Keilor and wharf to have it out. Hayler isn't so concerned with Alexander following the Klingon as a figure out his own path after all. He's got human blood in him as well. But that's not what's really bothering warf. As his son Alexander would also bear worst as commendation dishonor. Warf cannot acknowledge him as such for his own sake. Keilor wants to know why he accepted the disc commendation in the first place. You big old glut. The moment is interrupted by plot. Yes Sir it's like yes we're not. GonNa let you have this conversation right now. So we'll call you up to the bridge but it's.
"ron us" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Graduated with one hundred ten kids over small town It's a really talented. Yeah, it's pretty small. Yeah I, mean it's these mountain towns Colorado a little different, because it was like huge like area wise, but like there's not many people because everybody has lands and stuff, so it's Kinda. Hard to describe people don't know kind of what the. The mountains look like, but yeah like five hundred kids. Maybe four hundred kids total in the high school. pretty small. High School close my family. parents did get divorced. You know when I was. What was I sixteen fifteen sixteen? That was hard, obviously specially in a small town I, think it makes it a lot harder and then from there I went to college in Nebraska also another small college. In the Midwest and then from them about Colorado after graduating there and lived in Denver now for about six years. Did your parents divorce have any affect on how you looked at relationships in love? Did you still want to get married at that point? Absolutely. Had a weird effect on me because. My parents definitely had they were married very young they were together gas. WanNa say. Something like that eighteen years longtime like it wasn't like a Christian heritage any and. They, were you know definitely together for the kids for a long time? And so it was almost when it finally they decided. You know to kind of heart ways. It hurts but saints who is best for everybody, and they're both very happy now. Literally in the next relationship, they were into a been together since so for both of them, so my mom remarried my dad now, but dating you know the same woman for ten years. Maybe eighty longer so so yeah, it was. It was one of those things where it didn't make. Make me not leaving love and not leave marriage because they gave you the best shot that lasts as long as possible. They raise me my sister and stay together for US loved us I, was always in a very loving home, and then when they split up, they still found remarried found love again, so definitely didn't affects you. Know My love, life or anything like that? Tell, tell us a little bit more about what it's like. One of the things that I don't think we've ever discussed on an in-depth podcast, though is as somebody in highschool or late high school. You know you had some traumatic experiences I know. It was public that you were at school You're a senior. When there was a school shooting at your high school in addition that obviously we just talked about the the separation of your parents for anybody out there listening. That's just like hey, these feel like heavy topics, and not everybody's been through a school shooting that is a unique experience, but a lot of people have been through divorce. How do you process this? and has it changed your perception of life in? How you see the world. Yeah Yeah My. At the time. When you're going through that, you don't really realize that it's much different than everybody else I mean obviously a school shooting very unique, but when you're going through it, you know you don't really think much when you look back on it. It's like man, my high school, those four three or four years really transformed to I. Am today in the Man I am? Still. You know and. Parents divorce. Yes was very hard. You know and especially in a small town, no But it's at the same time. It brought Mr Ferry very close and so that that is something that always be thankful for me Mr close now. She's three years younger than me We're always kind of close but that's. We're going through the divorce. Ron Us very very close together and. Then, yeah, I mean it was not much longer after us kind of during actually I was senior in high school and complete stranger walked into. My high school didn't have any ties. The high school in took. Took some female students. Hostage, and it was very skilled, obviously for everybody in the community, and the state really came together, but for me it was Kinda strange because or you know hard, because my sister was a freshman at the time in my mom actually worked in high school, too, so I had basically my whole family in that high school at the time, so it hit me a little differently. because you know so much could have been. been taken from me that day and you know I'll never forget. My mom was actually the one got on the intercom, and said like coat white, and I could hear it in my mom's voice. That something was wrong. You know and the teacher remember the teacher looking at me and me looking at teacher and I could tell something often never forget stacking deaths in front of doors and windows, and things like that and. It's, it was very hard to process at the time I. Remember prying, but I couldn't figure out why a member that a lot And but one of the cool things that came from it. Is The community, the state and the country. Rallied around us, and I remember we were getting. I was getting calls from people that I would never probably talked to, and they were calling in support. Never remember. was a ton of money donated to my school and I remember we had a whole classroom full. It's heady bears. Things like that, so it was cool to see. Outpouring of love. When things like that happen, and how people can kind of come together and amy? I mean sometimes you can lose faith in humanity a lot actually and that was just a reminder that there are really good people out there that was that was kind of a cool thing with everybody okay? We did lose one female. Yeah and Yeah, it was. It was really hard you know. She was small school. So you kind of know everybody and. Was it was also very. Cutting credible to see was her parents rally and be so strong, and she they they actually there's a emily keyes foundation names than Wiki was emily keystone. Dacian now. And Anytime you actually just did etc. Renew my license. It was kind of a weird moment where I was going through the. A new drivers license, and in it, it says. Would you like to donate to the Emily Keyes? Donor Foundation because she donated all you know her organs and everything and I was like Oh..
"ron us" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Experts? Who are not subject to the same self interest in response to incentives? I mean that's would. Public Choice teaches us is this this applies to the government sector as well as the private sector. So I don't fully understand why we imagine that you you know what what he's terming here state CAPAC- protectionism is going to be able to perform these muscular duties to which he's assigning it without regard hard to all the problems all the political problems all the the doug in bureaucratic. I mean we. Our country has a ton of debt. We have the blue and red state problem where everyone's everyone's that each other's throats we have the problem of entitlements and the so-called fiscal gap which is maybe two hundred trillion dollars between what we are likely to take in taxes in the future. And what. We're what we're going to ODA people in terms of entitlement promises So the American government and the American bureaucracy is slow Roddick. It has a lot of built in headwinds and these things can't just be dispensed with easily so that we can fund some giant space centre. Or whatever it might be. I mean these things are embedded in the system. So it's a system that needs to be mostly done away with in my view. It's not something that we can just turn and say all those all things we used to do which we give everyone social security medicare and va benefits and have all kinds of farm subsidies and you know all the you know. We can't just flip a switch and change the priority so I don't know where the political will or the pragmatic element of any of this comes from but and that's fine I don't care if this is a theoretical stab at how things ought to be. I think that's fine but you know the problem is of course the same people who are who are this pie. Hi Sky are accusing end caps of being. Just that you know we could actually carry on further analyzing this but I think I'm actually going to pivot here as as we could because we are at the end of the week and I want people to walk away with something. They've walked away with a lot of theoretical stuff a lot of empirical examples as some current events. But I also wanted to walk away with a sense of what can I be doing. That would be helpful for what I believe in and I think we've had ads. We have some ideas of things that are not helpful and of course. There's no silver bullet if you all do this thing. Then we're going to have liberty but I think people feel like I have only so much time I have only so so many resources I want to get the most bang for my buck in terms of what's GonNa go the farthest now. Obviously supporting the measles institute is up there on the list. But what else can you tell people. Oh my gosh. That's a tough question. That is so so difficult. Ron Us to get asked that question all the time. It is congressional office and on the campaign trail. Because there's there's just no one right answer Jay. I mean first and foremost after. Take care of yourself in your own personal situation that includes of course finances for a lot of people I would say for younger people. Oh.
"ron us" Discussed on KGO 810
"Home by saying Alexa play KGO a town did you see the majority of the having and you see that video that guy that was down on the rocks that beach they got away by that way if have you seen the video I saw the beginning of it yeah did you watch him get swept away if they found of the all right a white one yeah it's it would sing and said yeah I hope is alive it's free to me out to you watch it can you see the wave come over and then you she is body flailing I can just only imagine what that felt like he could in man okay causes rocks all over anyway but it was I happen on Thursday or Tuesday and it out anyway Santa Cruz authorities sure the radio it took less than ten second from the top of the rocky bluffs he said the authorities say the name was rescued so means I guess that he's alive ready can't rest yeah somebody if they did you would recover somebody if it didn't turn out the program I'd so let's the the agree to disagree before we do the story about froze my account sit right down is is I don't really know who or what will I recognize your face I don't know what I've seen in before an actress she they'd Marilyn Manson and she was also a big voice in the meat to start of the me too movement okay so she tweeted Apollos in charmed and that means that didn't see job anyway she's got a she's got a potty mouth like me and she she tweeted this dear have to err on the USS just respect your country your flag your people fifty two percent of us humbly apologize we want peace with your nation wing being held hostage by terrorist regime we do not know how to escape please do not tell us I think that you could have easily seen that same tweed come from a citizen of Iran I don't know that many people from there but the people I do tell me that there's a big chunk of Iran that is being held hostage to their leaders as well and even though you know rose McGowan is probably not the first person I would pick to be ambassador to another country in a time of war she's a US citizen and has a right to say I mean really grew there okay and so I mean I would have said it differently I will I would have said Hey Ron not everybody like our president we do not want to kill you we want to kill people who are killing other people but we do not want to hurt you you know how about this I mean how about not making such a complex situation as in a Ron US relations down it was stupid tweet that's the problem with rose McGowan and then she email has but if you continue to read her tweets just from today I mean she's all over the place and so while she's an American and she gets whatever she wants on Twitter I'm not one of these believe me cancel people like whatever she is definitely far from somebody who I look to us to decide for how I should feel about this scary situation yeah I mean I I don't know how I would and I I I I think I'm a fairly thoughtful person I'm not I'm sure how I would articulate this either it does bother me and it would bother me under Obama and I think this is one of the things that came out in in the that not not that bad Chelsea manning but take the guy that's in Russia how mass known in the stone you know revelations was it you know United States is it not to quote trump but we don't we're not perfect either of course not we need to look in the mirror especially when it comes to intervening in world affairs I mean for trump to do this after you know what that tweet that's fountain around now that you know where he said that Obama is going to attack Iran back in twenty eleven or twenty didn't realize in years yeah yeah that one election a wag the dog scenario which goes back to a movie that no I was a fictional movie about how president would start a war to distract of if you remember that during the impeachment proceedings that Clinton bombed out a pill factory in Yemen yeah I think it's very dangerous when we you know we give this much power and authority to present I don't think a president should have been able to do that without consulting Congress absolutely less unless you know I mean their missiles heading out us that's fine if they're caught that that's different but will he has to prove it to the American people or at least intelligence officials from both parties on why we took this step to go from no planning at an attack to its imminence are two completely different things how how soon was it happened happening how much of a threat was it yeah well you know because I think that because so many people are skeptical of trump to say the very least and his motivations behind things and they're fact that he hides things it doesn't go through proper channels I think the American people as a right to be skeptical about why we took this step especially when American soldiers lives are being put at stake I just you need to explain it to us and to wait this much time it wasn't until this afternoon that he decided to make a statement to the American people about this after deciding to sent thirty five hundred troops over there I just he has more explaining to do he's not he's a demand yes all the put it lightly he's a dim dim intelligence reports like you said he doesn't you know he criticism he criticizes our intelligence officials and then supposedly we're supposed to believe them now it just the talking about sides of his mouth doesn't make the American public feel safe killing anybody even a person is bad SO money my seat is a right so money yeah yeah because I heard today on CNN somebody can't send solo money but anyway even somebody as bad as this guy it should be a there should be some reflection before you go ahead with that especially if you're talking about somebody that has not gone through our criminal justice system we're not at war with Iran and yeah we're not going to declare war with Iran we didn't declare war with Afghanistan we didn't declare war against Iraq a declaration of war is done by Congress we're in a weird situation now where we've given presidents the ability to wage their own war and with for reasons that may or may not be revealed to the American public the reason why this rose McGowan story you know kind of got me is that you know there's a lot of Americans who are sitting around right now but me I've you know my whole life you know from when I was a kid in Vietnam was on and and through that it's been a series of wars that were not like my parents for you know my father what we my father was in Korea he was too young for war war to and you know you you talk to people about you know I there's a line in the movie three days of the condor and John house member that guy you know big guy anyway they're asking him about the World War one and and the guy system just did you did you what did you like about that warning because I'd like to nothing about the war I admired its clarity though and that's what's missing in all this what what I want some clarity what is our goal here what are we trying to do it I I dare anybody to call me up and give me an answer because what I don't know that I think they know do we want to take over the Middle East and turn it into all cosco I mean is that in like an oil cosco what are we doing there what's the end game I mean I I you know this is always when we say it's kind of like a divorce you know somebody that I wanted to force will have you really thought it through yeah I mean yeah maybe that I had an abortion maybe though maybe set something but you're going to be alone how are you going to make a living what do you do with the money or what do you do with your life he rolled with I mean you know I have friends in their fifties it got divorces late fifties and make it was like there are so many unfair it's a pretty big deal I get it right but it is it maybe might make more sense to try to find some common point to get back there I look at the Middle East and I think to myself I read I read the stories about how and that's for the seal it in order to post a lot of people the Mideast that are most summer like Hey to descend us yeah we we need to really speak up before you know people start blowing us up just simply for you know we're not a burqa and and and and you know transcribed on today I you know I I just don't get where this is going and I don't trust the guy behind the wheel phone numbers eighty eighty eight said he got a comment I'd love to hear what what you guys think and and I'm worried on a bunch of different levels I'm worried that we would have more young men and women die obviously I'm worried that you know that you know this is exactly what Russia wanted all along more instability there he already has an alliance with Iran I mean I worry that we can get to a point where there's going to be enough people involved in this that they can say you know they said we can sustain losses by tacking United States a you know we would be unilaterally so of Russia and China and I'm in a Middle East convert all decide to attack the United States you know Campbell of the world I you know I mean I just I don't know I really do I I don't see the end game and that's what worries me that there may not be in a game I mean I just don't think we can even predict what the end game will be because we don't know how a Ron is going to react you know it could be a blow something up well I mean I yeah exactly I mean I was just reading this great article in The Washington Post about how a conflict with Iran now won't look you know like a conflict with Iraq so many years ago I think if they were talking about you know stopping trade there they would have the ability to do that or eating any of our embassies in other countries I just I don't know I don't know what it's gonna look like that people are going to die how about blowing up oil facilities in Saudi Arabia and in them and and destroying seventy five percent of their ability to produce oil yeah I mean what would that do to inflation over here to our economy I mean you know people that are old enough to remember what it was like during the Gulf War in seventy three you have to if you could only buy gas every other day and there were lines it lasted an hour and a half to get gas you know here in California has I can affect us how will affect you know the world economy it would affected a lot eighty eighty eight ten that's phone number to give an archer Franklin's go to Lisa in Gilroy Lisa so what's your take away the United States attacking Iran killing a year it their number to their number one a military leader well I think that it doesn't really have to do with foreign policy I think that it has to do with trump wanting his scorecard something on the scorecard that would be equivalent to telling us some of the mark so you can only show some of bin laden once I think she looked around the world who through the terrorist leader that I can kill to be on par with Obama order under Obama and so he took this guy despite the fact that this guy has ties to a real country and that country and you know what obviously take retaliation I you know I.
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"ron us" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The Democratic National Committee the idea was allowing people in Iowa Nevada the phone in their votes using technology to get more people involved well there's a problem there the DNC today said what they're worried about security concerns a memo from the chief security in the chief technology officers of the DNC road based on our review process on the recommendation of security experts we have concluded that currently there is no teleprompters system available that is sufficiently secure and reliable given the magnitude and timing of the Iowa and the Vatican offices this cycle Hans is Mike Emanuel in Washington democratic presidential hopeful who lean Castro called the decision an affront to the principles of democracy arguing that it will disenfranchise tens of thousands of voters and decreased turnout by up to a third in Iowa was first in the nation caucus president trump denying any US involvement in what he calls the catastrophic accident during final preparations for a satellite launch in Iran that the US had criticized the president also offering best wishes to Iran in a tweet and good luck in determining exactly what happened officials say it's an embarrassing setback for Ron US intelligence has long been concerned this rocket technology is the same used for its fleet of more than two thousand ballistic missiles it's the third time in a running a rocket is failed to launch this year and remind officials of similar problems in North Korea eight years ago Lucas Tomlinson at the Pentagon experts suspects the Iranians were trying to test a two stage liquid fueled rocket there's a wildfire battle in Utah happening outside Salt Lake City several hundred residents evacuated and several homes damaged so far though no word of any injuries on Wall Street an hour to the clothes stocks are lower the Dow.
"ron us" Discussed on The Tech Ranch
"The things that we have talked about in the past on the show but we'll get in a little bit into a little bit about what's possible with these things so <hes> the first one on the list is Iot or the Internet of things so the Internet only have not before. We've talked about it a lot. You know so the Internet of things is basically connecting things other than computers and tablets and cellphones owns to the Internet and I guess you could even talk about you can even say that tablets and cellphones are were the beginning of the Internet of things because we used to have just a cellphone right and now most people wouldn't even know what to do with that device vice they carry around with them and connected to the Internet. I Oh gee I call it the I._O._S.. Internet stuff all or sometimes stuff. I use the other word that's interesting yeah. <hes> yeah <hes> so anyway so you you have things like you know like right. Now I have light bulbs that are connected to Wi fi right and in the course they turn on and off when you want them to and and they're in the clapper all yeah yeah they turn on when it gets dark go off when he gets light outside. Did you can program turn on when your cell phone gets to a certain point. Why are you laughing about the clapper? <hes> the clever did you have one of those. Nope never did what was the movie where that was in one of those naked gun movies vs where Saddam Hussein they broke into his house. Okay is native and lying in bed in the he went. Oh that's right. That was funny. That's not the one I'm thinking of. Though was the couple that bought like Oh who was in that movie <music> anyway. There's this older lady that lived upstairs yeah and she would have her TV plan so loud so they broke into her house and put a clap Ron us with it he could win. He would play downstairs and clap and turn it off right after she fell asleep. I saw comedy bit one. It was one of these is a parody of <hes> science fiction spy things where this the spy or he was a detective or something and he had a sidekick who is a female android over it was the actual woman playing the Android <hes> but she was activated and deactivated by clapping clapper wired were dogging somehow that is hilarious yeah the comedic possibilities in Su. Are you have to share that tattle with me so time I I love to watch that yeah <hes> but anyways so the Internet of things is something you have to think about in the business realm where this could take you. I mean what are the possibilities here <hes> and you know like lightbulbs. I'm I know of toasters that are being developed developed now the that are online and you can actually download things so that you that you could like <hes> toast Mickey Mouse on the side of your bread or things that I'm convinced that toasters already have intelligence of their own they I do actually not entirely benevolent no no if they if they know that you don't if that you don't like burnt toast they will figure that out and they will burn your toast every time they just saying they just basically what they wanted the cats of the yard that's really good. I like that so yeah. It'd be looking for the Internet of things and think about in your business. You know maybe ways that you can leverage things so one thing with with Iot is <hes> a place and and there's two of them actually <hes> but when I use mostly called if I f t t t if this then that and this is where the Internet of things really gets interesting so if my cell phone gets to a certain G._P._S. coordinate and it's dark outside side than my garage lights turn on now very if I post something or if if somebody posts something about National Day calendar on twitter then the this lightbulb will blink where you already I have that that's why I'm bringing that up nuts. I'll be right next to my desk flicker. Why why why I know it blinks a lot here but those are the things that you can do with with the Internet of things and I think as we move forward in this realm? You'll I mean what things are going to be connected or. Maybe the better question is what things are not going to be connected as your cars are going to be connected they already are actually if you have a new one. <hes> you know almost every major appliance that you can buy for your home right. <hes> has connectivity options already <hes> so you just don't know what opportunities lie out there when it comes to this <hes> next one on the list is artificial intelligence <hes> a I which. this kind of what most people think i have i'm just saying because it's not learned right it's a little plug i have in the back of my neck and i put a nasty card in their matrix that's right so artificial intelligence <hes> we'll have impacts across all industries from retail healthcare hospitality to finance and finances where i really find this interesting they they claim in like nine or ten years what ninety percent of all counts will not have jobs the i've heard that because our there's just way yeah 'cause have you i don't know how you do your taxes <hes> but i last year the year before i guess i had somebody do my last year again but i was my wife does ours and she uses one of those online because that's that's exactly right i love them and they're not bad that's exactly where i was going jail these online services it's powered by and they keep them in the cloud so if you ever have to go back if you get an audit or what i guess right there but as you're going through your taxes is which is a complicated complicated nowadays and a._i. makes it really pretty simple because it'll you'll punch numbers in and they'll make suggestions about where you need to go next and all this other stuff right so it's really interesting and artificial intelligence audience is more than just that just seen a commercial this morning <hes> from microsoft about artificial intelligence yeah <hes> working with beer companies <hes> and you know using artificial intelligence to us to take their showing they used take seven years to make a batch of beer <hes> to determine the link though it take to determine if the beer was a good beer and all this other stuff that they can figure out in seconds while because of artificial intelligence so <hes> it's really interesting and to see what is possible and i think there's a lot of opportunity as we move forward <hes> to use artificial intelligence in ways that aren't even thought of the and pretty pretty easy things why won't they easy things to do but there are some you know to get into artifice artificial intelligence there's actually a lot of things like a._p. is that you caring in <hes> that you can start playing with this stuff to see if there's some implications to your business or what have you so you can get into the stuff relatively low cost i yeah i really see it like you know if your bank or whatever you you probably need to be looking at this pretty hard but one of the obvious things to me is health care yes and that brings the question in the long run will make healthcare more or less expensive that's obviously a major thing you talk cabal well i think artificial intelligence will reduce costs long run i think yeah yeah sure run maybe not so much because there's a lot of investment yeah no but i will say you know i haven't you know knocking would but i have fortunately compared to most people my age i've been in relatively good health yeah you know <hes> yep and it's just been recently that i've had to start doing a little doctoring and i'm impressed with the the ability yeah i had blood work done three weeks ago and from the time i left to have had my blood drawn to time it took for me to get to my office i already had my results yeah that that i was i was blown away by a lot of stuff a lot of tests they do that <hes> the turnover as much fast it's just incredible and you know the ability to have results like that so quickly <hes> can really you know i won't say put your mind at ease because if you have some issue going on and it verifies this issue but even if in verifies this issue you can act on it yeah with at least some knowledge about what you need to do to move forward right again saw live in seoul yeah i'm sure it does all the time got that's an issue that has to be attended to pretty quickly i was amazed absolutely amazed at how quick i got those results so <hes> and that's all i'm sure artificial intelligence is involved with that because they have you know they they mark all all of your blood samples rules and goals to some lab and the lab is doing their thing and they already have you know they already have your your client i._d. number and all this other stuff and here it is an email to me when i get back to my office i was just blown away by that so i really is improving improving a lot of these things so five g. is next on the list so a lot of us are used to four g. on our phones dodgy means generation so the first generation was about this loss internet that you could possibly have fallen but allowed you conflict connect of course we had to g which is probably most people came in to have an internet on their phone seven eight years ago then there was three g. and and that was a big improvement <hes> and when four g. he came around that was the rise in my opinion of g._p._s. on your phones yeah and that type of thing because you can get information quick enough to allow you to navigate using your phone as a you know with a g._p._s. unit built into into it <hes> before that you could probably drive and drive into a lake before the g._p._s. would say make a u-turn you know so driving so this is really interesting five g. <hes> will be do you know approximately ten times faster than four g. which will allow us the ability to manipulate an analyze data across wireless platforms you'll have drones that will be able to talk to each other and fly distances now <hes> that type of thing and we'll get it into that a little bit but yeah there's a lot of opportunity i think with with the increased speed <hes> that fives you will have it's an expensive <hes> transition though from four g. to five g. because the antennas the best way to describe this actually is a._m. versus f._m. yeah right so a._m. <hes> probably not as good a quality right yeah but gets a lot longer distance yeah amplified modulation rate it follows the curvature of the planet yeah that is correct you know so f._m. doesn't allow you to go too far so that's but you get better quality you get much better quality bell so this is kind of the same thing here your four g. allows you to have a little.
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"Four four seven seven fifty five thirty three we're gonna go right back to the phones. Eight four four seven seven fifty five thirty three. Let me go to Ron Ron us from Ohio, Iran. Take my call short. I called a couple of weeks ago. Kind of I don't know. I wasn't preaching to you. But just, you know, maybe you're pushing yourself too hard to take care of yourself and your family stuff every time I get more out of stuff. Glad you're there. Your last caller ought to say at all wouldn't have people are taking out here. You know. That was my comment. To question. I just wanted to get your opinion retired in back in April. And. Really done anything with my 4._0._1._K, and I tend to do something with that, pretty soon. And. The kind of plan I'm looking at is two new about twelve percent of it into mind, vestment accounts Ameritrade, so they can continue to get some stocks based on your list. Which has, but I'd like to see more in there. Thinking about also about twenty five percent in two charitable annuity. But I have a question you often. Don't speak highly, but new ities speak highly of..
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"Show. Calls coming up in just a bit after I complete my thoughts and facts here on this impending release of illegals asylum, seekers migrants into Broward and Palm Beach counties for those around the country, of course, Palm Beach county. That's where West Palm Beach is and Jupiter where, you know, Robert Kraft had his little orchids of Asia little incident, which luckily got that video toss out for the benefit of his legal defence, obviously, something that case is not going to go anywhere. I want to end up dropping charges county so West Palm, and Boca Raton, Delray. Those are all areas, and of course, Palm Beach county is also the home of the island of Palm Beach. And of course, that's where President Trump's mar-a-lago is so kind of interesting that. Counties on this list, of course, Broward County. It's famous for Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood and pumping. Oh, that's, that's Broward County for those run the country. And of course, those counties while Florida went for Trump Florida, went for Trump and twenty sixteen but Palm Beach and Broward county's where these illegals will be dumped. They went for Hillary. Those counties are blue counties. So the question though, is that Ron us is the Republican governor and, you know, the question is, is the Sampas getting punished? Ori is the, the whole state, getting punished and many looking at it in this fashion descent. This is not happy about this. So Florida, also, Republican governor you've got a Republican legislatures. Well, you have both senators, the senior Senator from Florida's Mark. Rubio Republican the junior, Senator from Florida is Rick Scott Republican, former governor of Florida, who be Bill Nelson, the democrat and, you know, it's really a Republican state, you know, at the top levels, but of course, you have some counties in the, in the state that are blue counties and democratic counties and. It's also important that understand that, that Palm Beach, and Broward are not exactly sanctuary cities, our sanctuary counties, per se. So it's, it's interesting. What's what's going on here? So the governor's office. This is the governor Florida said this around the census office. They're saying that they were not informed about this plan that they had absolutely. No advance warning on this. They had no heads up that these, these migrant dumpings we're going to happen in the state of Florida beginning next week. So they're saying what the hell probably they're probably saying what the, you know, with maybe a little coarser word I'm thinking. And then they said that Florida counties don't have the resources and I've got the quote here to accommodate this influx of illegal immigrants. I know a lot of jokes flying around what isn't Trump? You know, put the illegals of the migrants up at the Durant, our hey, in vitamin tomorrow law go in Palm Beach county. Yeah. Well, is I expect that, but of course that's, that's not gonna happen. Local ficials said that the plan involves releasing about a thousand migrants a month, and they'd be split between Palm Beach and Broward, and those, those counties are contiguous Broward County, the south and just north of Broward is a Palm Beach county. Now, a democratic state Representative Chevron Jones said this is a quote, I believe it's purely political. The president has made it clear that he's targeting democratic stronghold areas and Broward fits that criteria. Then we have a spokesperson for Senator, Rick Scott Republican, and in a prepared statement, it said there is a crisis at the border that is leading to a flood of immigrants, but Democrats refused to help fix it. And that's true. I fully concur. But again, Republicans are not happy with this so-called dumping, the Palm Beach county mayor, I guess the the is it Mack. Bernard in Palm Beach county, mayor Bernard is a democrat, and he says that they've been in full compliance with federal immigration laws and has reiterated that Palm Beach is not a sanctuary. Healthy. So at a press conference Bernard said that a national emergency needs to be declared with a number of people that are coming into the country and this is where politically again. It continues to get interesting here because you've got run the samp's the Trump's supporting Republican governor who was caught off guard here and is not happy. But then also a mainstay of more conservative talk radio and television programs. Representative Matt gaetz. From Florida Representative gates from the panhandle a Republican, obviously a big Trump supporter. He said he doesn't want, quote, a horde of illegal immigrants dumped in the state so that comes from Matt gaetz, and then his quote continues. I'm short, Texas and New Mexico feel the same way. Not a lot of details from the feds on exactly what's going on here. But these planeloads supposedly will begin arriving. Possibly beginning as soon as next week or the week after. So we're talking fairly quickly here, and then the migrants will be released pending. These asylum hearings. So. Where's this go? Will this course be altered with loud noise from governor descent in Florida to President Trump as well as Matt gaetz and other support Republicans in the state of Florida that, that remains to be seen? So also this important, the federal government is not planning on offering these counties any financial assistance. So whatever the costs are, that would be incurred with the dumpings of these migrants, Ori legals in Palm Beach, and Broward county's that's going to be on a local officials whatever costs might be incurred. So that's another interesting situation here. The mayor in, I guess, in Broward, Mark Bogan. He says that he's pretty sure there's gonna be a strain on local services. He calls it a responsible. So we have angry Democrats and angry Republicans with this plan going to be fascinated to see if this changes I want to grab a couple of calls here and then before the end of the hour folks, I saw shifting gears completely someone save some time. You wanna get you want to hear the next segment. A story that is absolutely turned my stomach. Like something out of some twisted crazy movie plot and not that this hasn't happened in the past it has. But there's a new twist and a component here and is certainly a way to not fall into this trap crazy story. I'm going to get to that coming up in just a bit. But let's have a couple of calls on this Friday here in Schnitt. Our number one eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and I asked for Florida calls on this plant dump these illegals in Florida and I'm looking at a whole Schnitt. Lot of Florida calls. Let's, let's go to Palm Beach county. Let's grab Coleman is in Boca Raton, Helo Coleman. You're on Schnitt. Welcome. How you doing? Well, thanks. Not a Trumper very much gives them. But I, I happen to compliment you on your evenhanded discussion of this issue, pretty well done. So I think you've laid out some of the more irresponsible kind of England. Fats are behind this, this move some political move again. Listen meant many are jumping to that conclusion that it's political and, again, this is a bipartisan pissed off deal because you have Republicans as well as Democrats in the state of Florida, that are, are not happy with what's going on. So, yeah, this. And I wonder how much President Trump was aware of. And I wonder if he's going to well interdict at this point. Well. Does he know what's going on? Well, ultimately the president's in charge and if he wants. If he wants to say no come up with a new plan. We're not dumping these migrants in Florida. You know, I, I would prefer, I would prefer setting to Nancy, Pelosi's front yard in San Francisco. On the logo on public land and say virtuosity of thousand people and without any planning resources home in here. I'm assuming you know, you're in bulk, you're not a Trump supporter. So you are you are a liberal or democrat, and you're against the plan. Okay. Very good coma. Thanks for the call. I appreciate it. Let's grab well head to the panhandle. Wayne is in Panama City, Wayne, you're on. Hi. How you doing today? Also gates. Is a stupid idea for the state of Florida. Right now, we've got plenty of problems these from the panhandle. Hundred days after the hurricane we haven't even addressed the issue that we have in the panhandle very much, but I wanted to get that word out there to have thousands, thousands of illegals on having. That is absolutely crazy. I'm assuming when you're also at Trump supporter, though, right? Again, this, this appears to be one of the few areas of agreement in Florida. Among Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives way, thanks for the call. Let's stay in Florida. Let's go to Patrick. Also in the panhandle. Hello, patrick. You're on sniff. Hey. Longtime listener where exactly are you. I wanna give your your town credit. Where are you calling from springs? Oh, I know exactly where I go. Okay. By the way, soom, I said that she Couldn't Spell it on my screen. You've heard the few springs. Go ahead. Hey, he ran on closing the border and all this stuff with the immigrants and this is on. He. Through and I am pro supportive guy. Okay. And this is what I was afraid of. And I knew that this was when I saw the reaction from gates and from the Santa's in Florida Mike. You know what this is this is not a win situation here. And that's why thinking it might be a refund. Thanks for the call. Let's go outside of Florida. Now. Let's grab Chris is in Washington state will go to the other side, complete opposite side, the agley Shelton Washington, Chris, you're on Schnitt height. Hey yes, go ahead. Hey. You know, we know on here we have to put a stop to what they're doing, you know, economy's going good. So what they're doing is, they're flooding. Always. And then most of them go on welfare, when they hit the country and housing and all that stuff. So what's going on? Is there? They're sucking up the good thing that we have right now. The money's K. I like that to the second up the good thing. I'm gonna have to let's bumper sticker, right there. Second. Truck. Totaled. It. We have to put a stop to this, if we lived in liberals get in there. This countries. Sean. Everything Chris, I gotta be honest. You've really intrigued me had you wreck your truck. I think America wants to know. I work at evergreen steakho- is this. You've heard about that college. Right. That's one of the liberalist colleges are is working. Republican working in a liberal place, wreck your truck. Somebody stop in front of me and there was a car between us, and I didn't wasn't paying attention. Rear ended sorry to hear that. Bring back the nightmare. Thanks for the call. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide..
"ron us" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of fame years, Ron Owens, the mullahs report. Everybody's waiting for it tomorrow. It will be released and joining us with kind of a preview of it. Royal oaks ABC legal analyst Royal royalty expect any surprises could well be surprises. Because of the hidden gets there for as far as the Democrats are concerned, Ron us. It's going to be whatever it was that caused Muller to conclude that well, maybe there's no crime of obstruction. But I can't really clear the president. There are difficult sexual and legal questions. That is the essence of Muller report has laid to us in that short four page summary by attorney general William bar. So that's the kind of thing the Democrats are going to be going to they're going to flip to the end the first and see if there's anything that will give them some comfort in the ongoing impeachment controversy. What is interesting politico just did a poll and it said. Most americans. Just don't think that the mullahs report is actually gonna clear President Trump. Yeah, that's probably because people are so cynical about politics. We note about the credibility, gap and Watergate and so on for decades, and I think Americans are very cynical, and they say, well, people are really into transparency. Everybody is just so polarized. So the question is how's they're going to translate to the ballot box. And and who knows but I think we ammunition that is provided to either side by this actual full four hundred page report minus the reductions that's gonna determine who has discover hand going twenty. Let's talk about that word redaction. None of us really knew what it meant before. But that's the whole question. How much is going to be redacted? Yeah. And could be a lot because there are some basic rules. The first rule is if you're a grand jury super-secret, they don't even have lawyers in there representing the folks who were the target. So the grand jury here's some information and they chew on it. And they decide okay, we're going to indict Mr. X or not if they choose not to. To indict somebody that the information pertaining to that person who was not a dieted stay secret, which makes sense, which makes sense because the whole concept of the grand jury secrecy information about a non indicted personable, that's Donald Trump. He's a non indicted person, and he's in the center of this Bortex. And so you can bet the Democrats are going to say fine. We get the idea that in general, you don't hand over grand jury stuff, but we have a job here in the congress and that's to determine the president did anything that's impeachment worthy. And the only way we can know is if we have the full benefit of this Mullah report that went on for years with thousands of interviews and saw what's really interesting from a political standpoint is Senator Ted Cruz of all people is the one who says everything to be really. It's really surprising. I guess one possibility is that he's looking ahead to twenty twenty and he's thinking of Trump's stumbles if he goes the way of Nixon, then the Republicans have to pick somebody, and you gotta think Ted Cruz shave off his beard, and he'll be one of the front runners along with Rubio who knows? Who else probably Mitt Romney? So that could be his Dame. I imagine that's not going to get him to many petitions do Sunday dinner at the White House. Final question who's going to see it? Well, the congress and the public are entitled to see it. In other words, everybody. So what's going to happen is the DOJ has a website. And I'm not gonna put it up sometime. Thursday morning. I don't think anybody knows the exact time maybe released but sometime in the morning Thursday. And so it'll be assessable to everybody. But of course, there are going to be some chunks that are blacked out or redacted. And so the idea initially was just show at congress, and some Democrats we'll show the entire saying. We'll just keep it secret and people said yell, right? Like that. It didn't get a leak out immediately. So everybody will have the opportunity to hop online and read it for themselves weekend. Reading all set forth. ABC legal analyst Royal Oakes. You're the best thanks pal. Thanks, ron. That's the Ron.
"ron us" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"And it moves into Taurus for the second half of February. And then at least in terms of Mars, it's kind of like smooth sailing from there. Yeah. Were smooth couch surfing. Sloot slowing down. That's for sure there's a huge difference in fire and pacing between Mars in Taurus and Marsden areas. Just in and of itself, you know, just because of the signs, but it's also the Mars this last bit of Marzan areas. Mars, increasingly conjoined urine us, which is super volatile ising rights. You know, it's superchargers Mars in will can be very destructive potentially destructive ways. And so, you know, it's adding lightning to the fire. And so there's such a huge difference in intensity and pacing between Mars as it begins the month and Mars once it moves into Torres. Sure. Huge yet. That's one of the things I had said in my monthly membership videos that if you've got a lot of things that kind of urgent will have to be done quickly. Use of wanna take advantage of the modern Aries period because it is like heating the bright mob moving to tour, and it's gonna feel like a weed almost twenty four hour period because MAs conjunction Bronson with the tainted fem in the eastern time darn and then within twenty four hours it's actually moved into tourist. So we kind of go through the big explosive Mahdi Ron us. Whether it's a breakthrough or unexpected shackle surprise, and they if like the com- off to the storm was keeping maybe sooner than you might expect. Definitely calms down pretty quickly after that. But so this is the last it's one of the last major aspects that we get of urine ass- in areas in. It's almost fitting that that's like the last major aspect with your inist completing its nearly decade-long transit through Marzieh's Zayn. Do I guess we already talked about this? We did a retrospective of what you're in. It's going through areas has been for each of us probably in the last episode is that when we did that discussion. Yeah. It works. Either that or nearly okay. And then I'm sure we talked about it when you're in made its initial ingress into Torres last year. Right. Yeah. I mean, these Mogae rawness conjunctions alike, really extreme punctuation points all the logo Iran in Aries trend. So a for anyone who's sort of curious about it. We've had three or four of as already like a are going back to years, and then to use prior to us price of that that could be a fun thing to check back in just to say, we'll have been going on for you. We this Longo eight-year chop to coming to a close and then having these periodic Mazi rawness interactions in that time frame. Definitely that's a really good idea in terms of pass research and looking at the past in order to anticipate and predict the future yet can be really useful from learning effective as well to see how that's been fear. Yeah. I think we did talk about it. 'cause Austin you took about maybe being Tim path and give a little change. Yeah. Yeah. Alright. So that's one of the more dynamic and explosive configurations this month happening, it looks like it goes exact around the thirteenth, February the margarines conjunction, and that's sort of a nice book end for the first half of the month. But backing up back to the very beginning of the month to keep things roughly chronological, one of the other shifts that occurs pretty early on in the month. Is we get the very tail end of Venus being insanitary with Jupiter, but that's pretty much over just a few days into February and Venus ingress into Capra corn on February third and finishes up. It's lovely conjunction with Jupiter in such terrace and makes its way down into the sort of darker Holloway of. Of moving through Capra corn over the course of the rest of February. Because basically spends the entire month of February moving through Capricorn where it slowly starts hitting all of those outer planets I with the conjunction with Saturn, then a conjunction with Pluto. And then finally it squares urine s before it leaves and moves into Aquarius in March. Yeah. And that's part of part of a general trend in February which is going from fiery dynamic, shoe earthy..
"ron us" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"And I took it to bunch of cash checking places and tried to like, I was under the thing we say take one of those big checks downstairs to the Bank and save us. Trying to cash. Away sign. This thing on the back. Yeah. That guy he won. He won eighty eight eighty eight million dollars. He shouted me out in the press conference. When he when he got the money, and then his brother came in because he was in our show is in Charlotte and the capital is Raleigh. And that's where he was getting his money. So his brother comes in any. He says. Yeah, my dad every week buys five tickets one for my brother, one for my sister, one from me one from mom and one for him, and he puts them on the kitchen table. So at every week somebody comes in and grabs there's and the one that was remaining was my brothers. He never came to get his that was the winning ticket. So they were honest enough to one, and they Ron us enough to say this was leftover ticket. It's your money you want eighty eight million dollars. And I said so you got he's going to split it five ways. Right. Because like anybody could grab that ticket. Right. Like he did JAT bought the ticket. Like he didn't even have any money in the game. Like he's going to split it and his brother's like, yeah, we're all going to get money. The next day. This dude shows up to give me the check. And he goes. Yeah. I haven't decided that you I. I don't know. And to this day. I don't know what he wound up doing. Don that story. That's messed up though. Like, something bad might have happened to him. If he didn't share that money. I mean, people get weird I feel like you do you have to go five ways.
"ron us" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"And there's more of a motivation between what a sign how that wants to operate versus the way Ron us wants to operate. And this is where I start to feel my age or experience with strategy is I remember when you're on us was in Aquarius. Because that's when I first started consulting with clients. And I remember the types of your honest transit's people were having a much more dramatic because when you have a NATO planet in a fake sign. It's gone. To wanna resist whatever you rawness is bringing up. And so this little saying about it's better to bend a little to break keeps playing in my mind, as we think as I think about the shift of Uranus not just out of areas but out of a cardinal sign and into a fake sign, and we're going to be able to bend or we're going to be really rigid. And then is something to break. Basically. I love that. Because they're not inherently flexible placements are fixed sign placements or the parts of our charter typically the most inflexible where you figure something out that you like, and then you stick with it and you do it consistently. And that's what's sort of comfortable to you. But then what happens when you get your in coming through basically like a wrecking bowl in that part of your chart. Yeah. And look so many of our listeners a piping the ones on the live record. I see this. This is almost a cliche like you can take this to the Bank. When you Ron transits the full house, the Icee all the ruler of the fourth the person becomes like a nomad where they don't necessarily have this permanent abode, they are on the move. They don't want to be bound by in this, very particular. I think with you Ranasinghe Aries which likes a little bit of independence anyway, so selling a harm separating from Patna being on the go Abyan being renting rather than. Hi, Mona ships, being that's a really common one I've seen with your honesty, Mary's in the full or activating, the Icee what about you Austin of you anything coming to mind for you on those funds. I'm in profound agreement with what you said about moving from of feminine a cardinal signed to fixed sign there's just more to disrupt in a in a fixed sign, and I think that's a great way to put it also urine. As volatile is is things throws things up in the air and areas already volatile. And so there's almost an intensification of certain areas patterns rather than a contradiction of them, whereas Torres is almost in arguably the most fixed of the fix signs. And so there's a lot there's a lot. There are a lot of stable patterns to volatilities. Yes. Yeah. Definitely and just to wrap up. My urine his transit has been through the third house of the past decade. And of course, like one year after year in went into Aries or within a year of going into areas into my third house of communication is when I started this. And cast. So that's one of the other weird things about your Innis is sometimes things having to do with technology, and like, you know, advancements in technology and things like that. And leveraging those and whatever part of the chart you're going through can sometimes be the case. And for me. It was unexpectedly starting a podcast and Mike Munich, ation style developing and changing and using technology in order to become more comfortable sort of communicating and over the course of the past decade if you go back where this episode like one eighty seven now. But if you go back and listen to like episode one or two or three or four you to see the things are much different. And you can sort of see my progression. In developing not that I'm like, an amazing like order at this point..
"ron us" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"But it's also been interesting seeing you remake your image and just your public profile over the past decade, and like shedding your previous persona where you actually use a pseudonym in order to start your logical career in large part of last decade from me just as an ops observers been interesting seeing you go through radical sort of change of becoming more or or at least publicly becoming more of who you are on the world stage. Yeah. Well, that's an interesting observation. Yeah. I I I quit writing under a pseudonym during the initial ingress of urine in two thousand ten and you know, I I think that one of the one of the things people say about urine s is on a psychological spiritual level pushes you. Towards authenticity on. And I definitely feel like that's been a consistent push to do that professionally. I think one of the reasons that I didn't have to destroy everything and start over again or make a radical right? Turn or left. Turn is because I'd had I just gone through seven years of urine transiting, my son, which is my sect light. And so I was already urine up, you know, had already had like it was during that period that I kind of broke with other people's ideas about what what I should do with my life and said, I was going to be an astrologer I made a lot of those uranian changes. And so I think that you're innocent movement into my tenth subsequent to that required. Less rewiring them exits now that it didn't have its own story. But there was less less needed to be broken down. Because of that. Sure. Definitely and Kelly for you. You're kind of similar in that you have even more Pisces placements than Austin. So you really? Dealt with your Nessin got primed and most of your major urine his transits would have come in that decade before while you're in this was moving through Pisces, most of the later part of the two thousands. But how has your in house that transit bend for you over the course of the past decades since twenty eleven it's been moving through can I see your place in like your. I feel like revelations coming. Changes in terms of your your finances. Your ability to make money at they've been sort of unexpected or drastic or revolutionary in some way. Yeah. I mean, I like Austin, I do think I've had more of a gentle version, if you like of your honest in Aries, if it's similar reasons I attribute that to you know, when you run a go are all your lights and your angles and everything when Ron us was implies that I had done. Sorry, much broken through with rotting and broken through with a strategy Ola. Iran US was in Pisces. So the rawness in Aries, which is second house for me has been very much about figuring out the money thing. Which finally enough up until the Ronson Aries pays had felt like a bit of a mystery to me, it was like, I did my work, and I got paid. But that was kind of eat. I wasn't really doing all the right things with money. If you like so that's been a huge pace managing the personal finance that type of thing. I often talk about Iran US in the second or in the I'ts or when you're on us as transiting the ruler of the second or the about financial freedom. And I think as what coming to the end of the Urawa scenarios for me, personally, I've paid off credit cards, and I don't have that kind of debt anymore just to speak really openly about it. So there has been a liberation where more of my money is more of my own because it's not going to pay stupid interest rates on things. I also thought to as some general comments about Iran Aries. The quality of your Rana's Voces, the qualities of coddle signs are little bit more similar than not exactly the same. But shoot equally Aries. It's like wants to jump on things. And you're honest wants to make things happen quickly. And so I have saying a lot with clients that you're honest in areas has almost sparked a recognition of something that was already latent and they've responded fairly quickly. And what I'm thinking about as you're on us comes into Taurus is this idea of Iran is being back in fix online..