37 Burst results for "Ruse"

Fresh update on "ruse" discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:52 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ruse" discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Going to take to get people to get shots. I don't know you tell me folks both to have common sense. But it's time for to start blaming the unvaccinated folks not the regular folks still unvaccinated pokes than letting the state meanwhile on msnbc undone worrying about what people think. I'm dumb worry about. Is there going to be a firestorm. Whether it's mandated mass whether it's mandated vaccine there's an idiot percentage of this population that just needs to be told what to do in the pittsburgh steelers announced recently. they'll be requiring unvaccinated players to wear a yellow bracelet to apparently signify their uncleanliness learning german. Today today's phrases certainly the unvaccinated is also a man but the flea is also an animal is owned in. St fluids are high tier. Zdc issued ain't laboratory alert late last week regarding the testing method for cova nineteen in the cdc announces its withdrawing its requests to the us food and drug administration for the emergency use authorization of the realtime rtp cr diagnostic panel. Which is the testing method. I introduced in february twenty two thousand to detect the presence of corona virus within patients. The release says quote cdc encourages laboratories to consider adoption of the multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of sars covy to and influenza viruses speaking of the fda last month issued a recall for a fairly popular antigen rapid test because of outstanding risks of false test results in more encouraging covert news though massive protests broke out all over the world. Saturday of people displeased with their various governments continued torrential edicts for corona virus. The protests spanned from the uk to italy. Too france ireland and in australia turned violent as police. Beat the living daylights out of at least one protester. Finally the greatest troll of the last year and a half comes to us. Courtesy of the land down under bill social media style bernard benet ruse has been accurately predicting use south wales as corona virus case numbers for the past five days. The comedian has developed quite a following showcasing. The number online. The night before it's released to the public by the premier john type have concluded there will be five cases. Well inter as well so there you have. It goes one hundred and five new cases. Tomorrow i'll see you then. John cameras joins me live. Now you're right one hundred five cases today you say it comes down to simple maths but i need to know how i you really working this out on. The that's correct. And yesterday we had the factory and it was quite a windy day so he did factor in the wind in terms of trans transmissibility. And said we've in previous interviews. It comes down to diameter of fairfield. Disa- conference sath with Attacking a can't see population divided by the number of trans cases in community amendment. That already infectious on this other multi multi variables going into the Calculus taught equation and we try and put out the number weekend others that are of the opinion that this probably shouldn't be jokin. Left the premier and her counterparts everyday. What j. side of them Look i can't help it. It's just you know. I went to a school for gifted i bought it for a number of years and it was run by professor exurbia and hugh jackman so. I'm giving my gift to society. And i hope that people are finding the numbers are getting them giving them a new lease on how these numbers are. Give out. and that's what happened. Well we were away. that's beautiful. That is absolute..

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Fresh update on "ruse" discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

01:53 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ruse" discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

"All right on with the show here's my conversation with justin abrahams and michael ruse poli the co founders of 'cause kind justin michael. Welcome to the voices of search podcast. Thanks for having us excited to have you both on the show. It's a two for the price of one episode here on the video pod Thank you both for for making the time so you guys are a relatively early stage agency. I guess you've kind of hit a you know you've had some traction had some success and you come from varying backgrounds. Let's start off tells a little bit how you got into the agency game. And how did you start taking on. Seo clients first of all my friends for our whole lives. We grew up as rock climbing buddies out here on the island and have never left the outdoors or very far from each other. We live twenty minutes apart. You know so for careers. We've specialized in sass model agency in full stack development. I myself come specifically from start up. Land and in client services marketing specialists role. And now i have the privilege of working for some of the most recognizable brands in the world in the consultation capacity and i represent some of the most recognizable logos and held them directly with their seo strategy and crossing the chasm between developer first strategy. What's best for the human experience. And of course seo and partner very closely of course for many many years prior to even thinking about developing an agency with mike reid just like our paths cross from an intersection of knowledge. And then you know. I'll let mike introduce himself. But mike is the cto 'cause of a kind and runs a quite a large development circle as of right now which help organizations like you said ben all over the world with various business challenges to help solve some of those with the custom software solutions so mike justin's the seo in the room and you guys are buddies from back in the.

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Kim Kardashian's SKIMS Is Headed to the Tokyo Olympics

Pop Fashion

02:00 min | Last week

Kim Kardashian's SKIMS Is Headed to the Tokyo Olympics

"Kim kardashian as going to the olympics not exactly but it sounds funny to say it. Kim kardashian inner line skims who's going to the olympics. It will be the official underwear and sleepwear brand for us olympians paralympian which may make you wonder something so like we have off. Lauren has been making opening ceremony uniforms for the us. Since oh eight. Nike suppliers the warm ups. And some other stuff. That's worn while doing sporting events. Is there actually an official under ruse provider for the athletes. It turns out. It is not unheard of in australia. For instance jockey provides undergarments to the athletes. But this is a new thing for us olympians and paralympian. And that's actually one of the things. I like about the skims marketing that kim used to announce the i don't wanna say collaboration. But i guess the partnership she highlighted in her instagram post to announce this both olympic and paralympic athletes There are wearing her items like briefs and sports bras. it felt inclusive. And i liked it. I thought it was a cool way for her to like up front on the front of her instagram's it'd be like there are these two groups of amazing athletes that are competing. And they're gonna wear my stuff but my one hang up with this is and this is just me personally. Speaking my own opinion if world class athlete and i are going to the olympics. I don't think this would be the time to suddenly like change my underwear routine. I think i would wanna be wearing exactly. What i know is comfortable and fits me well and feels good. I'm not be taking any risks on any new styles materials. If i have a lucky pair. They've got to be ready. I just i just don't know how many athletes are actually going to wear these products at the games. But i gotta be wrong.

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"ruse" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

03:17 min | Last week

"ruse" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"But now they have to wait even longer before they do something about it because before they do something about it. They have to tell us an advance that they're gonna do something about it to give everybody a chance to prepare for it so by the time they actually get around to implementing the tightening policies that they prepared us for whereas inflation gonna be. If it's already almost ten percent a year. i mean it could be fifteen percent twenty percent a year by the time. The fed gets around to raising interest rates to fight it now if the fed is still zero. And you've got ten percent inflation let alone twenty percent inflation. What are you gonna do. I mean does it matter to inflation if you go from zero percent to a half a percent or one percent no. It doesn't matter at all. Does it matter to the market if inflation is ten percent and you're zero. Real rates are negative ten percent does it matter to the price of gold if real rates go from negative ten negative. Nine doesn't matter at all and are you going to slow down. Ten percent inflation with negative nine percent real interest rates. You're not even gonna come close. Look the only way you can really slow down. Ten percent inflation is to get out in front of it if you have to make real yields positive in a world where inflation is ten percent. We're nominal rates after. Go twelve percent something like that while there is no way that the fed could get anywhere near there given the level of debt given the short term nature of all the debt. And how when interest rates go up it doesn't just impact the money we're borrowing today but impacts all the money we borrowed in the past because all that debt keeps rolling over and now we have to refinance it at this new higher rate which nobody can afford so the fed is all bark and no bite when it comes to inflation so why don't traders understand this. They keep thinking. Oh the fed is gonna raise rates every time. Inflation is worse than expected. Well we've now had six consecutive months of inflation being worse than expected. The fed hasn't done anything about it. The fed is continuing to print money continuing. Qe hasn't tapered. Anything hasn't done anything like the boy who cried wolf. The fed keeps crying wolf and all the villagers the bond traders and the gold traders. They keep on running and it hasn't even been occur to them that every time they've done this it's been wrong because the fed has never reacted to this hotter than expected numbers. And it never will. Because it can't ladder makes it and easy to get affordable term life insurance before.

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"ruse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"ruse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Catholic church teaches in faithful. Catholics believe That That communion is literally the body and blood soul and divinity of jesus christ so in order to receive the body of blood solar divinity of jesus christ into your body You you cannot be in a state of mortal sin because then you profane the body of christ so so joe biden very clearly is is a dissenter on fundamental teaching of and you just can't say abortion on the proper understanding of the human person Both with regard to abortion also with regard to marriage so so he you know unless he goes to confession every single morning is is is generally in a state of mortal sin throughout the day and therefore he himself should not present himself for communion and neither should it be given because part of our job is protecting the body of christ from those who would profane it when you say no finer. Time to be a faithful catholic. Which is the subtitle to the book under siege. Is it that this time is more challenging than some and that this gives an opportunity to catholics to rise. This gives the challenge. This gives the cross to bear as we southern baptist might say oh absolutely You know god knows what he is about and he knew all of this was coming and what did he do. Sometimes i call kata rascal. What did this rascal do he sent the likes of you and me And so so for first of all we are all incredibly lane. You know we're watching. I hope you're watching to the incredible program. the chosen You know the the apostles weren't exactly the eighteen. Either you know and none of them worked for the google of their day. I mean maybe matthew did because you worked for for the for the romans. But you know he he gave. He gave this task to to a group of men. Who you you look askance at them and and even in scripture you see them doing all the wrong things so many times well. We're the same none of us you know. I don't know anybody. I actually know somebody who works at amazon in a big job but You know most of the people that are fighting the culture wars. You know didn't go to harvard. Don't work at google. don't work at amazon. Don't want facebook..

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Caller Uses Fallacy to Defend Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller Uses Fallacy to Defend Critical Race Theory

"I would like to discuss critical I would like to discuss Trooper Race theory Go for it. Let the audience know California aspect about critical race theories. It's not laws that were explode. Laws that were set up in the past have left current populations at a disadvantage. Redlining didn't allow for African Americans redlining is illegal, sir. Yes. Where there was more. Yes, I understand that. But redlining. That's that's a critical race theory goes all the way back to the Constitution. It doesn't a job where I understand that, But I'm trying to explain Is that what happened was, I said, Red lining is illegal. And if you did understand critical race theory, you would understand that Most of the theoreticians going back to even Derek Bell condemned the civil rights movement. You condemn the civil rights movement, either. I'm what I'm what I'm trying to get at is the reasons why the export? No, sir. Listen, I understand you want to go through all that You want to talk about other issues. What I'm saying to you is this Red lining is now illegal. We had court decisions that make certain other behavior illegal. And I'm telling you, that critical race theory isn't about redlining. Credible race theory argues that a colorblind society is a lie. At the civil rights movement is a lie that the civil lights removing enshrined a white dominant society do not read about critical race theory, sir. Critical race theory before identifies laws that held minorities back. I just said to you Let me try it again. Do you think the 1964 Civil Rights Act was a ruse for the white dominant society? No no in 1965 Civil Rights Act.

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Should Business Leaders Receive Bonuses for Good Behavior?

Marketplace

01:15 min | Last month

Should Business Leaders Receive Bonuses for Good Behavior?

"Of the UK's top 100 corporations now pay their chief executives are bonus for meeting environmental, social and corporate governance standards or in other words, says Martin White of the campaign group U. K Shareholders Association. For running the business in a responsible manner. I think that if you're paying somebody to run a company, you shouldn't give him a bonus for doing their job properly protecting the environment. Combating climate change, looking after your workforce promoting diversity are not ripping off. Your customers are surely just part of the modern CEOs job, he says. If you've got an executive who won't behave well, unless you get in the bonus Should you really have them? Managing our company's Annabelle Denham of the Free Market Institute of Economic Affairs, also has doubts about the ethical bonus. She thinks it looks suspiciously like a ruse. I do you think that this is just an opportunity for companies to pay this? Here's more without being lambasted by social media and the public executive pay hikes are much easier to defend when they're tied to a worthy cause. But do you think that this ethical bonuses quite a neat way for businesses to deflect criticism, criticism of executive pay that's ebbed and flowed in Britain over the past 30 years.

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"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:52 min | Last month

"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Right. If if if dying of the pandemic or being able to work not have to wear a mask. Is the motivation enough. Surely one beer. A dollar seventeen worth of budweiser. We'll be the accord. Make it make it the good stuff but heavy curse the fine print says One round of beer seltzer or non alcoholic beverage. One hundred brands whatever. My friend dave is alerted me. That north dakota has a giant metal foul as well. I hope they can maintain peaceful relations. Georgia this is a giant prairie dog in oakley kansas. Also i mean wrote attractions in in small places. That don't have other reasons for you to stop have been popular since the car was invented And this just seems like kind of a throwback that somebody's doing in the in the year two thousand twenty. Yeah yeah oh my gosh. He sent along. Pictures will post these at armstrong and getty dot com enormous pheasants. No sean i know in north dakota and their their their f- their their unbelievably large. I know mostly from my home state but the world's largest free standing house of saud is colby. Kansas world's deepest hand which is also in that area. These are all things you can just stop and see and so they're trying to come up with a chicken there in georgia. Do they lower down the well or are you just supposed to take their word for your channel like down there. How do you know the corn palace in mitchell south dakota in which they make a very the sod house these are. These are several states away. Sod house who cares or is it more interesting than it sounds slightly. Been driving if you've been driving for a long time beautiful nothing to do. Did we leave. Time for rotten manatees or no a giant metal managing state of the union. I wanna mention this as looking up at great good morning america. And they're featuring the great state of california today as they're doing like tourism stuff from the santa monica pier to the world famous wineries and they've got all these great images of california and as a guy who just drove through a lot of california on a road trip you can of course of course coming with a tight shot on some really amazing things in california but the majority of california if you drive around is full of towns run over by bombs traffic in garbage. I live in the state of lived in the state longer than any place. Upper lived in my entire life. I'm not happy that it's like this. But there's a lot of garbage and bums and drug addicts out down there in santa monica. Hey they're good morning. America pain just a little bit. But you wouldn't have to pull the camera back very far to find an entire tent city of dangerous drug addicts right sleeping on the streets. And they're in places and towns. They've never been before. What's the advantage of pretending that that's not happening. It's good morning america. Why would you pretend. That's a isn't it more interesting new story to say the great state of california used to look like this now..

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"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

02:40 min | Last month

"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"That blm riders and also the anarchists. Sue joined an injured officers almost three quarters of the cities that held protests property. Damage up to two billion dollars destroyed private churches businesses worst of all the riots left twenty five people dead including black retired police officer and they do not credit all the fact. That support have plummeted. As blm's agenda came to be known in this what we believe page which has since been scrubbed by the way it claimed that blm exists to disrupt the western prescribed nuclear family structure and then you had the the leader in various leaders Buying expensive houses with the money that came in yet. I didn't help anything. Yeah well and they were signing all sorts of deals with hollywood nell sorts of crazy stuff which is fine. I mean that's their right. See i'm not out to disrupt the western prescribed nuclear family structure nor the the market economy. So if these people can can cash in and become the world's richest marxists. I congratulate the my gas. I think they're suckering people but new york times article close by urging leaders to see to it that support for black lives matter ultimately translates into policy at the national level rather than changing the hearts and minds of american voters. Because you avoid that. Reminiscing of mark's. Who said in lenin who said the worker. The proletariat is too stupid to act marxism on her own. We've got to impose it on them. So the new york times the saying give up on changing people's hearts and minds just enact policy and then put them in jail if they if they violate. How do you even communicate with people from the new york times world who thinks the organization's popularity declined because of republican elites that's amazing. They raked in ninety million dollars last summer while local affiliates and and the families of folks who have been killed on justified or saying. We haven't seen any money we did. Nobody even calls us. What a scam. This is one of the greatest scams i've ever witnessed. Never let a crisis go to waste right so dr fauci. Emails are out really. Yeah wiki leaks No for just a freedom of information act. Oh yes yeah. He's a government employee So this just in reading from disclosed dot tv.

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"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:14 min | Last month

"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Of information act has obtained dr rao cheese emails. And now they've been gone through and one in particular is getting some attention and might be a topic for the day Have that for you in a minute. So stay tuned. I will explain. What i'm doing in a moment's here's my twenty one year old daughter. Apparently my bad. Cholesterol is slightly elevated. What do i do. I reply via text. Avoid foods that elevated she replies but those are the good foods gosh boy so Black lives matter. The organization has had plunging approval numbers. And who the new york times blames for it is just astounding. it's know. There are times. I feel like in trying to communicate with the new york times crowd. For instance in their world they eat ball bearings and use cookies to make wheels go round. You know and. I just trying to explain something to him. And i'm thinking oh boy i don't. Even i don't even know where to begin to concoct a phrase like kindness matters. Everybody agrees that kindness matters. And i have a big organization. I called kindness matters and everybody becomes aware of it and they do a poll. What do you think your kindness matters. Everybody's like yeah. Well we'd love it huge approval ratings right. Well then it comes out that not only am. I bent on overthrowing the government of the united states. But i believe the way you get more. Kindness is to torture people in my secret prisons. Who are unkind and is that comes out. People will start to not like my organization nearly as much in the obviously black lives matters not torturing people as in secret prisons but the new york. Times this hilarious. This is actually The daily wire had a piece about this. Which i'm going to quote from a little bit. But the the organization black lives matters posted the idea which enjoys universal support except among sickos. Of course black lives matter. Popularity fall a lot but it's not because of its stated marxist agenda or its corruption or the fact that it got tens of millions of dollars in. It's not at all clear what it's doing with it. New it's because of and i quote increased politicisation by elites in the republican party according to the new york times article in the new york times series new york times article on the first anniversary of george floyd's death about a week ago complained that support among white americans for blm as an organization has proved both fickle and volatile which contradicts the idea that the country underwent a racial reckoning. Can you believe anybody would write something that dumb the decline in support for blm the organization contradicts the idea that the country underwent a racial reckoning. While and i'm quoting from the new york times again while there has been a net increase favorability toward black lives matter since two thousand eighteen. It peaked in the immediate aftermath. George floyd steph. And then swiftly declined especially among republicans in white americans to large often overlapping groups. That's because only republicans heard that for instance. Blm in its. It's who we are paid. Well i'll get to that in a minute. But they stated some things that are repugnant to most americans now the times did later admit positive. Reviews of the blm organization did not last long in swiftly declined across every rachel group. Wait a minute so it declined to cross every racial group. But it's republican criticism that caused it The article by jennifer judy hakim jefferson continued quote their precipitous decline in support mirrors the increased politicization of the issue by elites in the days and weeks following. Floyd's death republican politicians quickly turned attention away from the actions of a murderous police officer to those individuals protesting the injustice and then the daily wire.

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"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

02:59 min | Last month

"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"One was katrina. So yeah. The outlet and isis also fell in popularity was naming their liberal isis. In two thousand ten. Paul so karen. Karen is up there with a deadly natural disaster and the most horrific in human terrorist group in the last fifty years. Yes see the katrina. Karen one and you know you could still but you can't. You couldn't name your kid isis. No not for a while. No no not for a while. So you riddle. Shawn's very good at this sort of thing. How can accompany raise prices without raising prices. Sean you wanna take a shot at this. And if you don't get it you're not gonna get it because it's obvious once you think about it right by reducing quantity and evidently that is a big consumer trend. These days in your as your ice cream is now ten percent less than what it used to be but the cost is the same exactly you know. And he pointed out to me the other day toilet paper these these cutbacks. Typically coincide with economic downturns shoppers are more mindful costs yet Costs for in some situations costs for manufacturers going so they think air what do we do. What do we do. I wonder if the i haven't measured it by one. If that's why we keep running out of a certain serious fast like we go through a box of rice checks like in one morning now. And i haven't really paid any attention but i think the boxes like half full. Well that absolutely could be the case and you ought to check. You also have essentially two teenage boys. So buckle up. Oh my god. The calories against somebody told me pointed out to me about toilet paper. There is a little gap now where the toilet paper is not quite clear out to the end of the cardboard tube like last and you shaved off a little bit but over a gazillion rolls and adds up to it on. Yeah and they give a bunch of A bunch of examples Cat food this brand was filled with five point one ounces instead of the usual five point nine but it was the same price yasha. What's what's happening with the cereal. That's why that's why we're running out. All of a sudden your. Let's see kimberly. Clark says it will raise prices on scout toilet paper huggies diapers and everything else. Then they go into a bunch of manufacturers that. Aren't there shaving size so keep an eye out folks. You've been up your potato chip bag three chips in their.

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"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:42 min | Last month

"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"People are a kind and open hearted people generally speaking. You're nice to us. We want to be friends. And sometimes we're bad. Henry kissinger speaking of kissinger once said that america's like a big friendly dog. We want to be friends but were so big. Sometimes we wag our tail and we smash stuff or or. I would say that anybody who offers us. A hotdog immediately becomes our best friend. Were a labrador retriever. In a world where we really ought to be more of a a sheepdog more territorial and protective. We just got suckered He writes in the book which just came out. What a or two ago. Even now years later chinese bloggers are enjoying the spectacle of their hero destroying a symbol of the christian. Faith only a stone's throw from the. Us capital the joke appeared is very much on us. Well in our nation's elite thank them for it. yeah and he did a little research and Turns out that we did no investigation into this. Guy's background in his stick if anybody had spent even a couple of hours probably on the internet googling around they figure it out. Oh thank as. He goes around the world destroying symbols of capitalism and christianity to To bolster the argument for communist china. You know there is a little bit of truth. Depending on who. You're talking about that. There are some people on the right side of the aisle who can be zena phobic. It said accusation this thrown around way too often a way way too casual casually but there's you know shredder truth to it. I will tell you this. That was that incident. You just described is a beautiful example of the left's zeno feel ya if it is foreign. They embrace it. They love it. It's beautiful it's important. it's vital we must praise it. We must invite it. We must thank it. We can never asking critical questions. It's a cult of xenophilia. A couple more the proverbs it he mentions in this book The ancient proverb that they believe in china's.

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"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:06 min | Last month

"ruse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"This book before It's called the hundred year marathon written by michael pillsbury. You might not recognize that name. But he has been involved in the us government and dealings with china going way back to nixon. In fact he was a big deal in terms of the quote opening of china. So he's not like a writer. He was a diplomat. A guy involved in opening china. Yeah absolutely and so the opening of china which is that phrase has been used my entire adult life and the in the way the politics and the history of this has been written is the united states under the tutelage of richard nixon. Who was who is a very smart geopolitical strategist but he found a way to negotiate that with henry kissinger help. We found a way to figure out. Psychologically how we could get into china somehow and finally go over there and talk to somebody and open china. nixon opened china and it was good for the world. Well what michael now says. And that's what he believed was going on all these years. He has sinced determined that no they. They opened the door and figured out a way to get us to come in and go along with their plans and build up their country their economy and their military so that they could overtake us. They was all a ruse to bilk the west while remaining your communist totalitarian state from the big ginning it was from day one the whole nixon going to china thing wasn't an amazing political magic trick by the brilliant. Us politician no was china. Bringing us into take advantage of us while in this. Michael pillsbury wrote this book. The hundred year marathon. That sense The start of the communist Lead country in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. They've had a one hundred year plan to replace us as the superpower in the world and they're screaming that direction all with our help. I'll read Just one of the reviews of the book. Before i get into the story that i want to tell you that i think is so damned interesting on help you to Pillsbury explains how the us government has helped sometimes. Unwittingly sometimes deliberately to make the china dream. Come true that is of replacing the. Us is the world super any calls for the united states implement implemented new more competitive strategy china's ambition to become the world's dominant power has been there all along virtually burned into the country's cultural dna. I don't. I don't think we fully understand what that means the. Fbi director said it very well. Last year direct array that they have a whole of society goal. Whether you're a child whether you're a construction worker whether you're a member of the communist party the whole point of being chinese is to become the dominant force in the world. I think if we got knocked down hard off of are still we would understand that feeling anyway. So i'm going to read this long story from the opening of this book. Hundred marathon and buying will be doing interpretive dance to interpret the story on fox news. Unfortunately it's radio take my work. He opens with an old chinese saying that is deceived the heavens to cross the ocean and is what they have been doing for quite some time at noon. On november thirtieth. Two thousand twelve beneath a clear late autumn sky wayne clough the white-bearded affable secretary of the smithsonian institution appeared before a collection of cameras and microphones as he spoke. A cold wind blew across the national mall. The audience stood bundled in their overcoats as representative of secretary of state. Hillary clinton held aloft a mysterious gold-medal. She got hillary secretary of state holding up the gold medal. For all the see it's the smithsonian's honored guest that day. That was the famous chinese artist. Cai who. I don't really know but it doesn't matter who had been feted the night before at a tony..

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"ruse" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"ruse" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Steve Travelers should elementary school students before STO wear masks when they go back to school in the fall. Here's New Jersey one A 1.5 has traffic. Troubles on route 18 heading south out of these Brunswick this evening, Miss report sponsored by mothers against Drunk driving much earlier in the day, we had a tractor trailer and take out a traffic signal right in the area of Ruse Lane. That's all gone, but the utility work remains, and just that left lane is squeezing by not delays aren't as bad as they were a half hour ago but still smacked the travel time needed south bound on 18 through East Brunswick. Wanna turn bike. Western Spurs still closed down south of 16 W heading down to 15 W. That's all because of an ongoing accident investigation just before 15 W all the traffic coming south on 95 being pushed onto the eastern spur. Those delays aren't quite as bad as they were 15 minutes ago with that said, we're still jammed up into 16 and right on down towards 15 w just getting update here in Hillsboro on 206 All Angels still closed for the moment between Brooks Boulevard in Duke's Parkway. Not knowing utility pole where parents earlier accident But the police say the roadway should be opening up very soon. 35 South out and Hazlett that still closed because it down tree right by Miller Avenue North found 35 home del right by Union Avenue. That's a crash being worked on for victims of drunk and drugged. Driving. Your grief is unique. But you're not alone. You always have a place that mad Paul a 24 hour victim. Help line at 877 Matt. Help or visit mad dot org's Category. 15 minutes Next report nine Oh, three. I'm Mike Barker on New Jersey one. Oh, 1.5. New Jersey one of 1.5 instant weather. Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 10 o'clock tonight. A few thunderstorms across the area. The first part of tonight Any of these storms could be severe..

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How Capital Invents Staffing Crises to Bust Unions and Depress Wages

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02:00 min | 3 months ago

How Capital Invents Staffing Crises to Bust Unions and Depress Wages

"Every few weeks it seems we hear about some essential industry suffering from a critical quote unquote labor shortage. Nurses truck drivers software engineer teacher. Construction according to corporate trae groups and their media mouthpieces these industries simply can't find trained workers to fill their ranks but a closer examination of claims of worker shortages reveals that there's very rarely an actual labor shortage at all what there is however time and again is a pay shortage. Industry is not wanting to provide adequate compensation or safe work conditions for the available labor force. That is perfectly willing and ready to work instead of a worker shortage. There's a not hyper liquidity in the labor market problem for capital the perfectly capable and trained workers that industries do have easily replaceable. Potentially or already unionized and making demands of capital that those industries simply don't like in an effort to increase the labor pool and thus give capital more leverage over existing workers corporate lobbying groups constantly whine about labor shortages knowing the media. Will mindlessly repeat. These claims without any skepticism are evidence to increase recruiting of new potential employees promote legislation that loosens licensing or health and safety standards and reinforces media. Ready means that. American workers are lazy and greedy. Pr extra capital routinely evoked the spectacle of worker shortages knowing full weather claims will be unquestionably repeated by american media. Who never bothered. Ask why they're reporting on the same suppose labor shortages every year for the past thirty years later on the episode we'll be joined by kevin cashman senior associate at the center for economic and policy research. It's a lot easier denies people and say well you know you should be taking this job instead of taking unemployment you know. We should have unemployment amount. That's adequate for everybody. And then we should have employers that are paying wages that incorporate all the requirements of the

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EU regulator says AstraZeneca vaccine 'safe and effective'

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:26 min | 4 months ago

EU regulator says AstraZeneca vaccine 'safe and effective'

"The european medicines agency has concluded that the astra zeneca covid nineteen vaccine is safe and effective. A review of the job came after thirteen states suspended. Its use over. Fears of linked to blood clots. But the now says the vaccine is not linked with a higher risk of clots. Well for more. I'm joined from brussels by darren. Mccaffrey the political editor euronews. A darn good morning to you and thanks for joining us with the doubts then about the vaccine. Will this kind all started last week or georgina. A in italy and austria where the reports of suspected blood clots for people who received that vaccine in fact amand had died in those extended to norway last weekend's and more importantly specifically to germany on monday and that led to a whole swathe of countries at particular the big four in the european union. It's the spain and france and germany deciding to suspend the use of the astrazeneca vaccine on what they call the precautionary principle so just in case essentially and that meant that the em aid and investigated these claims and yesterday. She said e kook. The director insisted that the vaccine was safe and effective. They said they couldn't find any link at all between an increase in blood clots and the vaccine however they did also that they couldn't rule arts at that there may be one specific type. Ucla cloth that has seen an increase and they couldn't rule out that that might be linked to it book again. Mccook pointed all medicine. All medicine has got side effects. You pick up a box of paracetamol at. You'll see that. In the most extreme circumstances it is possible. You might a reaction to its the point. Is that risk does not outweigh the benefits of this vaccine is the ema insisted yesterday. There are houses of people dying every day today tomorrow the next day across europe from corona virus and that this vaccine will help save lives or stop people getting ill. It will stop the main open hospital. It will stop them dying. And that's why they have consistently said that countries should have carried on using the astrazeneca vaccine an interest in the of course while not all countries stopped it for example they didn't hear belgian said. It would be irresponsible to do so. It is interesting the eu countries. Listen to the european medicines agency yesterday but ignored advice all week. The advice consistently has been not to stop the use of the astrazeneca vaccine. And i mean it just seems such a giant waste of time in terms of a race that everybody is trying to keep up with to suspend this for four really what has appeared to be no reason i mean as any woman knows taking the contraceptive pill as a much higher. Incidence of blood clots. Indeed i think from their point of view and this is where it gets complicated here in european union. Of course you've got european agency which is kind of the overarching body that authorizes drugs and authorized vaccines but you then also have national regulators. Who essentially gets to decide how those rules applied or or whether a member state should've finds by those rules when it comes to germany and where we saw a whole swathes countries at backing germany. The was the principal. There's also concerns about potential legal action because ultimately this is a state authorized vaccine service ad. That's been offered obviously to every german. And i think there was concern. That even could be farmed and they had data evidence to say that the wasn't increase increasing site. When it came to one specific type of blood clots the wilkinson's that may well open the german state of legal action and they wanted it to be investigated but yet. In retrospect all men many of these member states looking back. I answer that decision and decided it was the right one to do. Given the unfair. I would suggest damage reputation of astra zeneca for a whole load of ruse reasons across the eu and the damage that might do to the overall vaccine program. I'm not entirely sure was the right thing to

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"ruse" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"ruse" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"Heard billion so. I disagree with the toll at home level. It makes sense because in When the earth came up. And jim invented machines to show you know harvey those earners and how you know various kinds of this rebating public. That sort of thing. I think some rodman courses things about where. It's going to be all right. Because how i was going to happen. Rebel and other givers. Resettlement of doubt. Shouldn't ross might be public ties. So hunting in the past people have used jim's ideas new as it were pushing ideas fritzy as a you know really co- backer but various part of public people of fuel people or whatever shallow water to i. Michael jumped on officers. You wonderful business. This is.

"ruse" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

08:36 min | 4 months ago

"ruse" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"Francis payton said oh no fun closest ally. Vestal virgins beautiful. But they're still boil no rhythm. The science is just efficient. 'cause sort of for instance. You can try to explain the known you explain. The moon and cubs efficient poisons doesn't space resolved. Talk about things like you expose gravity with keeps pulling the board game. Then you do not say a scientist the booth exists other tonight. Your way home fulltime compulsion. That's just what the unisys our just at the time of the hut when the moon was pulled so they don't like how they will but they don't like to find the way her but that's still keeping hunting and the senators articles that all over but because this is what type of it. I'm not a scientist. Not even a historian of sons a historian of ideas. you know. i'm in philosophical sorts of christians by the end of the sudden it dawned on. I'll be reading this. You know thirty years later. I'm reading so they'd say what the hell's going on because it turns out that the general public absolutely loved it was so why is getting rid a everybody type festivals was. He asked doesn't church at a bad. This no telephones are really coupla punks stuyvesant but general professional services. Did you see the thing. Is that richard billiton's speed through the always the best of friends equally. They came to the old saying does what does it look that rights so of course this is what interested me a historian of ideas. It's not spilling on one is the general public gloved moyer's that the scientists to pay either. Because of origin started daily. The scientists of anything do the will as the general public very much into wide topic to all you. Did this happen. Well the dow once this happened so often all that god is giving the sebescen. Jim nelson food into that kind of team. Local thinking was very much a sort of a general public episodes. So that's what interested. That's whatever good up to seekonk. Shut up go. Well thank you so just to clarify as you mentioned Professor rose He learned from carl sagan. As you intimated. He learned from carl sagan that the sun's energy had increased over time so that would suggest that the planet should have warmed but the planet had not warmed and that led him to conclude that there's a that the the planet works in clay do There's a collective effort autonomously on the planet to maintain homeostasis or constant a temperature temperature within arrange in which life can exist so he said A whole meal stasis developed early in the history of the planet and that create evident by the fact that his conclusion being drawn that the atmosphere is more than merely anomalous and he said therefore it appears to be a contrivance specifically constituted for set of purposes and that set of purposes is to sustain and nurture life and so the problem so that he crossed this this chasm from describing the world is having life to the world being life. And that's the distinction you draw make note of of in your work so you did. Make note of richard dawkins I mentioned erlich. You mentioned stephen. Jay gould doolittle amongst others. So could you say a bit more. About what specifically was their criticism. Lovelock's offices well let me plunging the because the way you're talking helping me as it will to to articulate. I thought the point is if you look gov it does seem to disley. Tv logical concept. The everything that happened on earth happens in order to keep the in homies stasis in order to keep the stable. Now that's the kind of thing that got my quote. Plato is perfectly happy with that. He was happy with follow colleges. The closest thing is when as i say you've to remember is not a regular on. He's an inventive. Very good getting while offi. He's not thinking he's not doing you. Use lowe's oh let's say the hardy weinberg more in in biology. That's not a criticism. That's what he does. Change is a physical chemist He uses up. Physical chemistry to good ends makes things difficult. Jim was all about so when he took up. The gone. pulses talk about reasons why it might have appealed to me in the sixties. Say he's not just going to do because we could call down the moon under the sacred okay. All adults around spoke naked. Something like that. And he's a californian plague take a so on the one hong he sees evidence a spaces evidence but now the question is. How do you explain this because if you get the oath is an organism immediately teleological thinking holocaust thinking the world. What's happened. You know whether it's rainfall volcanoes on all of these lawsuits they they. They occur in order to hoop now stable. So this is the whole thing the thing which people probably offensive the earth the the salinity of the c is staples. Did you go to beds the rent. The right there's you know they don't feel on chowk chevron or down. Show has jim as inspiring a this time huge. You starts the plugs quite happily in can pretty to you multiple explanation off the the the The exist in although keep alexi water which the sun will if offering leaving when spend in order to get real pep comics shuts down on another that the show no which came for rivers off the loan and the definitions audits of the seat on into the loan. This is what helped this has picked up on this. This is what they felt deeply offensive. It wasn't it wasn't just a she's much he was right or wrong. It was it was not the way the scientists thing slight so the moon exist to like the junk voloshin make you might take over overflow. But it's not the sun. Typical politician a religious context forgotten bench of.

"ruse" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

08:17 min | 4 months ago

"ruse" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"Both jim and Golding like to drink. I think be honest. Don't think like to drink all balls and should have drunk. I don't think that was never a problem with jim. But we're talking. You know making a pub two three times a week and and chatting i. I'm sure they talked to others but because of the situation they were in they were talking a lot to each other and jim was sort of where it came from exactly. But certainly at some point in the sixties. Jim had this insight that the world is an organism being working thinking about these things but they go by this time got those pictures of mother spaceships and everything like that. Some point jim had this flash. Oh my goodness you know the world. I could start to put things together. Because jim at already started to get a handle on the idea of hope now. Don't forget gyms boil this. He's a physical. Chemist took notions like julio spaces. You know his britain butter like instant. Natural selection is richard dawkins but nothing always up now to what extent forward flow on this but my suspicion is the golding reacted very positively to what jim was saying. I have no reason to think that building digital and jim pretended he did it. And so what about saying though. But i do think that inasmuch as gyms ideas stuff develop i don't think any doubt he explored them and discuss withholding and we know for us. Jim always said that it was golding. Who gave him the name and we knew that was back in the interesting thing about goldie was it. S a young man He had been very much taken up with the ideas of the the german paul enough in and this thick and whatever rudolstadt up the mount who founded the world school for instance i one of china's believes the world is organised. My i know that golding those by this time he was no longer a card carrying what the people call themselves anthropologist. He was no longer carry. I'm positives but we know that golding still took steiner's ideas very very seriously his second novel about animals. China right is at the third world. The mystery novel pinch yvonne about a guy die at the end of the novel. Turns out he's been dead. All the time is in fact a retelling of steiner's ideas about the gang. Ganger that we die when we die. The pad tried of us has to you know say you to way so the good side of can then be reincarnated no critic. I mean i'm not saying steiner's nut page or at least i think is but that's eatable because my family will into it but at anyhow. I think that these ideas that were very. We know very congenial goldie when he got the nobel prize. If you look at these nobel prize Speech that he gave in in sweden when he got it Sweden yeah that's right yes. The literature is getting a a whole punish. China stuff and golding guy was absolutely so as i say. I think jim got those ideas. They always it now. Interestingly jim sent one of his children to school kid who is somewhat handicapped of all dope schools. Some of them are dealing with handicapped. And there's no question that. Jim an wife still very very positively about it now as i say. I'm not saying in any sense that jim was a rudolf steiner grumpy or anything night though deprived me. My hypothesis is that this was as i say very important port to jim. Now at the same time we come into the sentinels and the reason he starts What corresponding with lindmark. Originally i call saving by this time. She she was awesome. She was towards second husband and by this time she was very interesting symbiosis because this is what documents the national academy the idea that the complex Eukaryotic cell comes cooked. the simple ones. We have melded together to i'd so she was very much into symbiosis things coming together holistically so for whatever reason jimin she tells totally call us and it was pretty clear that they they didn't. They would not shock you paolo getting comfortable talking to each other of course and they published that first papal which came out now. I have to say an interesting story about this. It published two or three papers early. Something and that's something. That people voted on the scientist very keen on the end of the seven to jim published a popular book. And then of course. I think when you know bliss because he will like that. What was liking my book about. I was thinking. I was looking for running to over that they sent to talk. I've been back to look at the original article and then it was. You know jim is a good scientist as he should have been heating up its spaces and so then the question is why is this close. Then they'll take it. He's a physical tennis. Don't think religious oppose immediately. Jenness jim stuff. How does the does it mean to say things. A stable home spacious. Just just like the buddy living. Believe me typing gets a bit wolf. We start to sweat the cold start to show that but basically it keeps us at ninety eight point four tonight so as i say you look at that early pay paw at least all of their. It's really to the sun is stabbing what i'm saying. June argue the organization. That's if you like an idol but the point is he's not making it up. Note saying oh. I think this is a wonderful idea. You know i've been to california. And you know we've had dealt use the predominant you're taking all players on the pavement ideas but the pavements love this smell that was not jim he's serious serious so i thought you say the whole at that. Paper is the idea that the offseason heavier spaces. And so will jim whoops back then he starts reasons why it might be and holding a stasis close by the end of the senators. I think this is where he's taught because he's don't that again. Nothing even losing ball or just the regular shirt. He's a guy who takes the also pless takes takes an incredibly sophisticated instruments. I was genius question about that but volume to the senate is starting to look explain to a ball a general partners in vixen to co. geological explanation so aristotle hold on costa. What was what was supposed. But say what's the polish of the nile. The have a word. The patient cores buddy best local was done under the is to build a house or something along. Those like took a gym..

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Guest Teacher Jon Mitchell  How to Maximize Productivity With Biohacking

The $100 MBA Show

06:49 min | 5 months ago

Guest Teacher Jon Mitchell How to Maximize Productivity With Biohacking

"I brought on john. Because i do feel that. A lot of us as entrepreneurs neglect will we put in our body. Our physical activity or nutrition. All that because of the business. I've been guilty of this several times in the last decade and were all bizarre brought on john to give some laser focus advice on how to bio hacker way to success and be more productive passage john now. But i'll be back to wrap up to episode fill in any gaps but for now taken away john. Everyone this john mitchell. I'm really excited to here. And what i want to do. Today is to teach guys how to go about optimizing your health energy mental performance. And how to do it the right way because there is a lot of noise and confusion online in the health space. And what i wanna do is help you sift through all of that for for those of you guys don't know i'm a functional medicine practitioner. I work virtually with driven professionals. Looking to improve things like energy focus and resolve any chronic health issues that are keeping them from being at their best. Both at work and at home and i've worked for over ten years. I started off on the conventional side of medicine working in the emergency room at urgent care and addiction medicine and then i transitioned over to functional medicine which is more a whole body systems base approach to optimizing your health and i've i've learned firsthand that conventional medicine is great at certain things. It's great i'd taken care of acute issues broken bones infections and surgeries but it's port helping people achieve robust health and maintaining it. Which is what. I'm passionate about and why i do the work i do because people are starting to realize the limitations of the current medical system right and if we're talking about your business or your job the question is why should you prioritize your health versus prioritizing your business well from a business perspective you need to be at the top of your game right. You need to wake up with energy. You need to have the mental clarity to get your work done. And you need to be level headed enough to deal with the constant stressors so as a business owner myself. I understand that Owning a business or even just working in a jock can be very stressful. And you need to have the the mental strength. You need to have the health to be able to handle those things properly and move ford if your health is non point you're not going to be operating anywhere near one hundred percent. You're going to be leaving things on the table. In fact what. I find with many of the professionals that i work with is that they don't even realize how bad they feel and how much they're leaving on the table until we get them feeling better. So what i wanna do is. I'm going to lay out three pillars to optimizing your health. And how to do it the right way. Okay so pillar number one. Let's jump right into it. Recognize you are a category of one so everybody has unique genetics upbringing lifestyle environment habits and nutrition that inform their current level of wellness. So what you need. In nutrition and supplements lifestyle is going to be very different than what somebody else needs. So this is why we can't blindly follow online influencers or healthcare ruse. Because they don't know anything about you right. They can't tell you. Oh you should be on akita genyk diverse vegan diet versus a carnivore diet because nobody knows your blood levels. They don't know your genetics. They don't know you history and all those things are going to influence what diet you should be on current time so i wanna give you guys a good example of this from two different clients. Mine who had similar complaints. So both were both were men in their forties or fifties and we'll say client number one complained of brain fog fatigue and he had type two diabetes and he was on a strict ketogenic. Diet was doing intermittent fasting or not. Johnny on a paleolithic diet into an intermittent fasting was exercising an our day and yet his blood sugars were still running in the two hundred zero higher when they should be under one hundred and the question was what was going on and when we did the right testing found that he was being exposed to some significant environmental. Toxins that were damaging his pancreas. The panthers is what produces insulin to help regulate blood sugar so regardless of what diet he tried regards if it was cute genyk carnivore vegan or anything in between he was not going to get better until we address this toxin issue right. And let's compare this to clyde number two who had similar complaints brain fog. He was overweight. Type two diabetes. He followed a ketogenic diet and fasting and he lost a lot of weight. Blood sugars regulated. And he did great on that so one person did not do well on a very restrictive diet. One person did because it depends on what they specifically need. Okay so always recognize you are category one in all recommendation should be based off of that so that brings us the pillar number to quantify what you need using the right labs right so i see too many people who just take things for things. So i'll see people take things like kuala or some mushroom blend for focus or they'll take zinc and dhea your tributaries for testosterone. But how do you know that you actually need these things. And how'd you know you aren't doing more harm in the long by taking these things. So let's take zinc for instance. Some people probably know that. It's hard to overdo zinc. You can take a lot of and you really won't get into trouble but what the problem is if you're taking zinc It will influence your absorption of copper. So the more zinke take the less you absorb copper so you can create mineral imbalances by taking the wrong supplements if you don't need them and if you're not tracking you can create issues over time. Okay so instead of guessing what diets and supplements are best for you. It's better to know what's best and you do this. By focusing on the right testing so we wanna do is focus on strategies over tactics as specific diet or certain supplement is a tactic akito genyk diet. Carnival diet intermittent fasting. They're all tactics. What we want to focus on strategies instead. Okay so our strategy is going to be influenced by your health history which should be somewhat should help you get a foreigner standing of your health history and put it together combined with some advanced testing so when it comes to determining what types of diets in supplements you should take what i like to use advanced nutritional profile and within that there should be a comprehensive assessment of your vitamins your minerals your amino acids fatty acids heavy metals. Your mitochondria metabolites transmitter. Metabolites and your detoxification

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3rd accuser comes forward against New York Governor Cuomo

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

3rd accuser comes forward against New York Governor Cuomo

"Of offensive behavior by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is Matt Piper. Reports at a ruse claims Andrew Cuomo went in and asked her for a kiss during a wedding reception in September. 2019. Now 33 Year old is the third woman to publicly accused Cuomo of offensive behavior and the first who had not worked as a state government employee. Calls for Cuomo to resign are intensifying. He has said his actions were misinterpreted. Dow

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QAnon after Trump: The Storm that never came

The Big Story

06:00 min | 6 months ago

QAnon after Trump: The Storm that never came

"Justin ling is an author and a reporter who has been following the twists and turns of the cunanan movement for most of this year. Hello jesmyn hey thanks for having me of course. Why don't you start before we get into what's happened since joe biden was sworn in What we're various cue in on believers expecting to happen on january. I think the vast majority of people who follow the conspiracy never thought joe biden would ever be inaugurated. They said that repeatedly a whole part of the queue. Mythos has been that something amazing will happen and that donald trump will be at the last minute. Of course cunanan has been sort of the vanguard of the conspiracy that donald trump never actually lost the election. That was old rigged the they were the ones. We're doing a lot of that. Frontline research but research in scare quotes there that underpinned the trump campaign's effort to overturn the election. You can draw a straight line. From a lot of the conspiracies that popped up on q. Forms like eight chan and gab. A right into at the trump campaign's legal filings around the election. Right the conspiracies around dominion voting systems basically gaining sentence and changing trump votes to biden. You know that started on a lot of these forms and wound up in those legal filings from sydney powell from lynnwood from the trump campaign that were an attempt to overturn the results and then also founded the belief of some republican senators congressmen. Who tried to deny. Joe biden certification victory so they consistently thought that those efforts would work when they didn't they deluded themselves with a sort of magical realism thinking that something would happen today. That on this stage will as joe biden's hand hits the bible that there'd be mass arrests that the national guard was really. They're not to protect the inauguration but to set the stage to have joe biden and his compatriots arrested. there was a pervasive belief. That a military tribunal would be set up in dc and that all of these folks from barack obama to bush hillary clinton joe biden kamala harris. Everybody would be arrested and tried for treason. I mean this is literally what many of them believed. I'm not exaggerating. This was the bedrock of the faith. The cunanan had that would turn out in their favor. Any word we're talking. You know to thirty on wednesday afternoon. There were still a whole bunch of folks who think that in the next ten days. It'll all the inauguration will turn out to be a ruse There is a tremendous amount of faith from these folks. Things will turn around in their favor. Any given moment that. If it's not now than pretty soon. And i think it's been horror on many of these folks to watch predictions consistently failed to come true will. Yeah you've been keeping an eye on these forums for for a long time off and on but you've also been Pretty glued to them over the past twenty four hours or so and as you mentioned. We're talking on wednesday afternoon. How of they've been handling it as you know. I trump depart. Says he wasn't supposed to then. Nothing happens at the inauguration. Then nothing happens when they inspect the troops and you know presumably knock on wood No mass arrests take place at the inaugural or whatever but like how. How do they deal with that consistent disappointment so i think there's there's kind of a handful of different camps right is a camp of coup non believers or maybe former cunanan believers who are accepting that things haven't gone their way who are posting right now on a lot of these forms saying you know what that's it i can't do it anymore. My face has been shattered. This was all a ruse. We it was sort of a triple fake out. None of the prediction come true Either q. is never real or they're overplaying their hand or whatever. Basically these folks have accepted that none of this is real I don't know that those people are going to turn around and embrace liberalism tomorrow but at the very least they seem to be disenchanted and done with this sort of far right conspiracy. Making there are other people who have kind of come to the same conclusion but to a different from a different angle. You know there were there. Were people who used to believe this or maybe who will always kind of in the same Area of belief but never quite trust the cunanan thing who are saying. Well we've been played. You know this was all just a gambit for people who make money you'll get power whatever but we have the double down on the same mission does not under the ambit of of cunanan. These are people who are probably very. Who are i know anti semitic who are you know. In some cases homophobic racist who are deeply reactionary and conservative on these are people who just fundamentally can't square a biden administration but who we're going to find a new channel for a lot of those grievances and there are going to be a bunch of people who who stick with who convinced themselves that this is all part of the plan. I've seen a theory emerged in the last day. That says the joe biden is in on it that actually joe biden donald trump working together. And this is. This is people trying to rationalize how these predictions keep failing right. You always have to find a new path to explain everything all there's always numerology that goes into it. There's always some sort of of myth making that you have to do to to sort of comport. What's happening with what you

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Body found of pilot of F-16 that crashed in Michigan

Frank Beckmann

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Body found of pilot of F-16 that crashed in Michigan

"The search for Wisconsin National Guard pilot whose F 16 crashed in Upper Michigan during a training session is over. The body of the pilot from the Madison, Wisconsin based 115 Fighter wing was found in Upper Michigan's Hiawatha National Forest, where the National Guard says the F 16 crashed Tuesday night during a training mission. Fighter wing commander Colonel Bar van Ruse, saying that today is a day of mourning that the guard stands with the pilot's family is a grieved the loss of a great airman and patriot whose name has yet to be released. Jeff Man. Also Fox

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Philippines deports US Marine in transgender killing

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

04:56 min | 11 months ago

Philippines deports US Marine in transgender killing

"His anger in the Philippines after President Duterte a pardon the US Marine who had bean serving time in prison for killing a transgender woman in 2014 Joseph Scott Pemberton has been released on deported just over halfway through his 10 year prison sentence for the killing of Jennifer Lord. I've been hearing about the crime and the impact of the pardon from Nomi, Fontana's Thie, executive director of Gender and Development advocates, Filipinas and LGBTQ rights organization in the country. On the night of October. 11 2013, which was a Saturday transform and Jennifer Louder, met the American Joseph Scott Pemberton at a bar. They agreed through check in a motel a little over half an hour later, the US Marine leaves, and when the motel clerk checks in on Jennifer Loudy, he finds her Dead with her had in the toilet and her neck blackened with strangulation marks, and apparently she died from drowning. So because of that, wass as fiction by drowning, and he was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Yes, A year later, after a trial was held, Scott Pemberton was convicted. Ah, home inside in spite of the charges brought against him being murder, So it's AA degree lower. Murder and he was in jail for a six through 12 years, although the maximum for home so I could be up to 20 years, but he appealed his sentence. So it was shortened to just 10 years. So I'm here. He would have served just a little over five years and now he's being pardoned. Released. Sent back to the United States. What is your reaction to that? This is something that we do not accept. This is something that we will mouth primitive and something that we will never, ever forget, because the legacy of Jennifer loudest keys is that it is the first case in the Philippines at the successfully put an American serviceman was committed a crime in Philippine soil in jail. Convicted and jailed in the Philippians. So this means for almost a century that the Philippines has been a colony and in a new colony of the United States since Spain, which first colonizers handed our country over to them in 80 98. So many American soldiers have committed crimes in our country and have never been convicted, have never been put in jail. And what what is the significance of this for the trans community? For the trans community. This sounds are loud and clear message that the president is an enemy of the LGBT of the trans community and the LGBT Q our community in the Philippines and that in spite of his pronouncement that the president has been vocal about supporting LGBT Q. I writes in the Philippines, but this action proves didn't understand what LGBT Q I rights are and this interrogates his claims that he is a friend of the community. Yes, because his record is pretty Good, isn't it? When he was vice mayor of Davao City, he encouraged a council to pass anti discrimination ordinance that protected the LGBT community. He said that he was against bullying gay people. He has Made other comments in support of the the LGBT community. But you say his actions speak of something different. Yes, and those actions in the past or his record as a chief of Ah, off our city here in the Philippines? Is this a ruse? For me? It's It's really a Machiavellian. It's a very cunning politician, so he does things that will make him Popular to the people. But isn't it possible this? This is about broader diplomatic relationship with the United States, one that he has said different things about but ultimately he's decided that pardoning this American soldier was the right thing for the Philippines. We don't know for sure. And at this point everything will these speculative because as things stand it, for example, that the Democrats win and the NC Trump, who is friends with their and Where does that leave him in with Americans, But at the same time, we also feel that for the many human rights abuses that have been committed under his term, the president now has to find allies in the community of nations so that after he steps down, he will have those powerful friends to rely on for support because Certainly he will be held accountable for all the human rights abuses that happened under his term. Naomi Fontana's executive director of gender and development advocates, Filipinas and LGBTQ Rights Association in that country.

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Elsie's Letterman Jacket

She Podcasts

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Elsie's Letterman Jacket

"Hello Hello everyone welcome to. She podcast episode two seven six. I am your host sorry? I scared Elsie shoes over driven. And I said I and she's startled. I'm sorry. I am your Co Host Jessica with me as always the lovely and Very Hispanic L. C.. It's hard. And our producer John Hello. How are you guys doing today? Pretty good although I still like China understand the difference between I'm not. I'm not even Gonna I'm just GonNa lay it out here because I've been studying it for a while, but we do not have to go down this rabbit hole. We can continue with the show, but I. don't really like the term Hispanic Myself I. Just Tina I like Latina better, I. Look more native American today than you do Hispanic, but it's probably the. The longer hair along. You're you're wearing a rather earthy type top that makes me think of native Americans also the glittering your hair does not help you more Latina. It makes you look more native American to me Maybe it's a feather in my feather. Ref. I don't know. But. I just wanted to say because you know sometimes. When I'm introducing you, I have to think on the fly of an adjective that I haven't used before and their affiliates. Right there you go. Maybe I should just have like a list of adjectives next to me when I started the show so I can just pick one for each of you. Maybe I Guess Patrick didn't like that. I'm sorry it was that offensive. She does look more native American Hispanic today to me. I probably look more like someone's grandmother than forty five year old woman to you. I'm cool with it. We look like what we look like case. And I hope that was an both male and female. God boom okay all right so I before we continue with the what's up and all that stuff I really do want to really quickly. Have you all go if you haven't already because it's happening I, think when we release this episode all the tomorrow the day after popped on having. This week as well. That's what I'm saying. When we released this show, it's the day after the bathroom right right, right Yes so pop Don Twenty twentieth starting. Our friends have put it together. They have worked very very hard. It is a virtual summit for podcasters that is July eighteenth and nineteen. The schedule is includes over thirty speakers, and they have to Keno panels, including pasta organizers like podcast and frozen audio and podcasts news publications, so you guys if you listen. I'm asking all of you. People who are listening right now. If you don't buy a ticket. I'm going to be very angry with you, so everybody needs to nine and ticket. I don't care if you go. I don't care if you attend. I don't care. I don't care you know she's dying to care. That is at Lincoln. A show notes she don't care link in the show notes, but it does not actually link to. Fix the link because you linked it to the article and article by tickets you. Buy Tickets tickets, Don Dot com I think it is. Ties on the it's hosted by the Asian American. PODCASTERS, association and women of Color Podcasters so it's really important that we support them, and also there's so much we can learn from the speakers that they had to have amazing speakers. And it's going to be really cool, so please sign up. Elsie will find you and she'll your eyes out. I will yell. I'M GONNA. Be Yeah. I'll I'll be sneaking into your ears alcoholic this when you're listening to other people's podcasts. Did you already buy Pudong? Tickets On ticket she acts so nice, but it's all a ruse I tell you. Not all kinds of stuff anyway other than that though moving onto catching up on things. We are going to be doing some special stuff that's happening with the chief podcast. Super Squad the Su-. What I feel is happening with us. She podcast Super Swat. It said it's becoming extra. So it's so, she cast. Extra, like seriously. If you guys go, look out why people use the term extra right now as a you know, what in the past decade five years no extra has become a thing. look it up and that's what's going to describe our sheep youtuber squad actually extra. Will be extra yes. So, Do you WanNa? Say a little something about what's happening with our. She podcast Swab Y'all yeah. I can tell you that okay so what? I'm trying to build in our membership. Currently is very similar to if you have you attended the live event or even if you didn't, but you had a virtual ticket. The. Mobile APP had a lot of fun things that normal conference APPs don't have. You could oaths. I'm banging things. You could upload photos like as you were doing things. You could poke an and message other people. I. Don't remember if you can use gifts, but I'm trying to create a membership where we you can you. Can you remember you could create your own like meet ups? This is going to be very similar where you can have the Asian Association, and you can have women of Color Podcasters, and you can have newbies. Who podcast about health, and you can make them yourself you don't need. An administrator to group you can

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Gwyneth Paltrow shares 'back to basics' diet plan

Nightly Pop

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Gwyneth Paltrow shares 'back to basics' diet plan

"Gwyneth paltrow shared on her website, the back to basics diet that she's following while she's on lockdown. So what is when its definition of basic? We'll in her words. It's vetik eating for my Dosa. Intermittent fasting and it's fresh clean nutrient dense foods. So that's what apparently Gwyneth is ingesting. You know simple stuff. Do you guys think that this is practical? It's a lot of like wealthy people. They liked doing things that just have an effect on the body or an effect. That's just very basic, and then they go. How can I tie this into something spiritual? How can I tie this into something? That's got culture like. Medicine or Doshi Shia because in my life. I don't have a lot of culture as a rich celebrity who lives in my own bubble, and so you kind of try and inject culture wherever you can, which is why they do these things in my opinion. Allegedly and I've also made some. Dietary switches switch a ruse I left peanut butter, Cap'n crunch and went straight to golden grams. So you know the top of my mouth feels better because about cap in Cranston sometimes group up to top of your mouth and just look sacrifices. You have to make him get your body right. So apparently like the science behind Veda is that it's built behind like the five elements of? Air Water and fired so that's apparently supposed to help get. You'd be healthiest I. Don't know how you feel about that. I. Know Right I'd rather want to episode of Captain Plan on it just reminded me up right there. He. Your Your Life is interesting, and then you have the taste buds of a nine year old, and you also have the TV taste of an ideal and I love it I finally. Someone on the show I can relate to I. Can

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Miami - Runaway Kangaroo Captured By Police In Fort Lauderdale

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Runaway Kangaroo Captured By Police In Fort Lauderdale

"Police in Fort Lauderdale, Florida are putting an unusual suspect in the back of a squad car today, a kangaroo named Jack, so do have escaped from his owner's Yard. Jack was taken to Kangaroo Jail, which is also known as the department's horse barn. Fort Lauderdale isn't zoned for ruse. His owner says he knows somewhere however, that

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Trump, GOP launch broad attack on Russia probe foundations

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, GOP launch broad attack on Russia probe foundations

"President trump and Republicans are going after the foundations of the Russia investigation as part of a broader election year attack on Democrats the justice department's dropping of the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn has been quickly followed by the release of the names of Obama administration figures given Flynn's name as a US citizen having contact with Russia's ambassador to the U. S. before trump was sworn into office trump now says Flynn was set up when I see what is happening to him it's disgraceful and it was all a ruse to practice is called unmasking which is quite common a government transparency report last month found that in the first two years of the trump administration there were more unmasking requests then in the final two years of the Obama administration timid wire Washington

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Trump, GOP launch broad attack on Russia probe foundations

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, GOP launch broad attack on Russia probe foundations

"President trump and Republicans are going after the foundations of the Russia investigation as part of a broader election year attack on Democrats the justice department's dropping of the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn has been quickly followed by the release of the names of Obama administration figures given Flynn's name as a US citizen having contact with Russia's ambassador to the U. S. before trump was sworn into office trump now says Flynn was set up when I see what is happening to him it's disgraceful and it was all a ruse to practice is called unmasking which is quite common a government transparency report last month found that in the first two years of the trump administration there were more unmasking requests then in the final two years of the Obama administration timid wire Washington

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Fleet retirements spreading far and wide

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

10:07 min | 1 year ago

Fleet retirements spreading far and wide

"Some things are happening a lot of great things. Unfortunately we continue with the theme such as it is in our corn teen state so phase. One of all of this was figuring out what the hell was going on that lasted. I think I WANNA say early. To mid March into April. It was back when we still had a chance of tracking what the Hell is going right. And then April turned into service reductions or finalizing service reductions making them more less ad hoc hall say and figuring out how airlines. We're going to operate in this new environment and then dealing with how to do. We continue to operate these cities. Do we continue to operate these aircraft and things like that and now that airlines have had some time near on two months to SESA situation a lot of airlines have started saying aircraft that where on the way out that we were considering possibly not having flypast date are gone? And the latest. Today is the Virgin. Atlantic fleet is shrinking measurably as the seven. Four seven are gone. They will not fly again. They're parked and they will not be returning and actually that is a bit more than just a seven four Sevens Virgin Atlantic is in dire straits at this point and they have withdrawn from London Gatwick Airport entirely at this point. It will keep the thoughts in hope that when demand picks back up it will resume flights at Gatwick. But who knows when that is? It may or May Not Happen Virgin Atlantic may or may not be airline in a year. I hope it is but we shall see but for now any of those fights that still operate will be operated out of Heathrow instead of Gatwick and don't be a I believe the other day is also said they're axing service from Gatwick so Gatwick not looking too good right now. Is it no? It's not an version saying they'll keep the slots is dependent on whether or not they're allowed to keep those slots so I think that'll be something interesting to watch whether or not that puts be a in a position to maybe get a better deal out of it or if anyone else wants to met jet blue once upon a time would have paid a princely sum for those thoughts but M- assuming those transatlantic desires are no more but we will see in at the same time virgin reaffirmed that it will be retiring. It's eight hundred thirty two hundred that I believe it acquired from the demise of Air Berlin in twenty twenty two as planned. So that's what a ten eleven aircraft headed out. Sizeable Chunk never small fleet and seven immediately. So that's pretty a pretty big drop off and then there's what happened at American. Were pretty much. If it was an older aircraft is grounded indefinitely and permanently retired. Gone are the seven. Six Sevens gone are the seven five seven. Jason I are actually looking into purchasing one. Beer can go on exactly gone. Are the nineties and gone are the CR J two hundreds operated by PSA? So that's another sizable chunk. Yeah none of. This is particularly surprising. The seven six seven fives and Iwo Ninety S. We're all slated to be retired sooner rather than later within the next year or two. Actually I believe we're missing the eighth HR thirty three hundred from this lists. Yes let's see. I wanted to be missing one and we'd get yelled at if we forgot it. So it's seven seven seven five seventy one ninety eighth three thirty three hundred not the two hundred and the CR J two hundred so those were all especially the ninety s and eighty three threes. Those were rumored for years now to be retired but now we finally know for sure those will be parked and almost certainly will not fly again as passenger aircraft. I would say the very good chance. Seven six get a new lease on life as freighters the seven. Fives have no idea. The nineties are interesting. They weren't that but American. Just had no place in. Its fleet for them. So what might happen to though? I do not know some. You went ninety S. The nineties are far too young to join the Pech mortar fleet. I mean we don't really look at anything beyond debates at this point. I look forward to the introduction of this seven to seventy or fleet one day one day. We'll get there. Were still a four engined for all as I like to say interesting so yeah American also recently last year. If you listened to the podcast you know that they retired the the mad dog the eighties with a huge amount of fanfare out in. Roswell these aircraft will not be getting such a party or celebratory retirement. Unfortunately the the tone this year is a bit different Disney it. It's a single line in a press release is what it is and maybe that's okay these days. I don't know there will be no party. Just a somber press release. Meanwhile north of the border up in Canada Eric Cannata will be retiring. Seventy nine aircraft including the seven six seven eight three nine thousand nine hundred and the e one ninety all of which are out. Oh no fleet immediately. Love No love for the ninety. Well no I don't know if the seven six seven in the eighth nineteen out in Malibu just ninety out immediately yours is unclear to me is being reduced anyway and yeah but this is particularly interesting because the seven six seven is rouges. Only wide-body aircraft rouges Air Canada's low costs unit so this affects rouge pretty hard. The bulk of its fleet is eight hundred. Nine thousand nine hundred seven six seven. They also have some three thousand three twenty ones but this will leave. Air Canada without a wide body fleet to operates mid haul and long haul flights especially transatlantic. So I don't know what happens to rouge in the future. Does it limit to just North American flights and the Caribbean? Or what? Well I think two things one. I'm not sure that the seven six seven hundred nineteen phase out effects rouge entirely. Oh it does that. It's that literally. Okay if you add the numbers up it is every facet. Every three nineteen equals Air Canada. Plus ruse got it so in that case. Here's what I say to you. Air Canada said that they're going into hibernation mode for three years. I mean they've been not terribly optimistic. Run off with. I mean but I think it's going to serve him. Well I really do. I think it's going to serve them. Well they're coming out with their. I forget what they branded it but cleaning promise and how they're sanitizing the yeah. Yeah and so. I think that in these times perhaps pessimism is warranted. If not only because it's probably a more accurate sentiment but I think that it sets you up for being pleasantly so I would much rather be pleasantly surprised that I have to bring more planes back from the desert than I didn't put enough planes into the desert and now I'm a very curious position. Yeah we'll see what happens. Nobody knows every crystal ball is pretty fuzzy at this point. I mean I think at this point that have all been taken smashed on the floor. I think they're parked out in the bone yard parked at crystal balls out in the desert. A boy anyway in the rundown fleet retirements sustained north. Yeah this is not a huge surprise. Alaska Airlines has decided it will not bring back the eight nine teens. It acquired from Virgin America which it never really wanted in the first place. They never refurbish those aircraft. They were actually still sporting the Virgin America Interior. Those are parked and will not be fine under the brand ever again. Hopefully somebody picks those up one day someone will perhaps explain to me and we can do this on the podcast. Or if anyone just wants to write an email to podcasts two four dot com I will spring for a meal or something if anyone can convincingly explain to me why Alaska Bought Virgin to screw jet blue route network. I mean that just enough reason. It was a fleet. It didn't want interior product. It did not want employees did not want really just wanted to make sure jet blue did not get all of the above guy. Yes so yeah. That's the three hundred are gone but that was probably going to happen regardless and then last but not least I think gun laws. Were missing anything right now. In the last two weeks Qantas Seven. Four seven will not be returning to the skies nor will some of the eight hundred eighty s probably. Maybe they've stopped the refurbishment process on the a three eighty. So there were six done and six to go. They've parked a few the a three eighty S. And so how many of those come back and when nobody knows nope but the seven four seven are in fact done for. That was rumored to be happening when they did there. I think the fly by on their last commercial flight with it that actually had passengers but it will not be coming back so and those were the special seven four seven. Four hundred ers were unique to Qantas. Yeah I mean. None of this is surprising. No but that also means that's the end of an aircraft type. Yeah worlds ahead and thought about it. Take that so. That's the first. It's not just Qantas grounding the seven four seven four hundred. Er they were the only airline that ever had that. So unless some other airline that Baltia maybe picks up four hundred Er. That's it that Avatar Avatar hats right. So I'M GONNA go.

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Lululemon apologizes, fires art director for 'Bat Fried Rice' shirt

Joe Pags

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Lululemon apologizes, fires art director for 'Bat Fried Rice' shirt

"Issued an apology Tuesday instead of fired an executive who recently took to Instagram to promote a bat fried rice T. shirt design during the corona virus outbreak according to the New York Post and overflowing the fitness apparel company senior global art director reportedly shared a design that showed a white shirt with a drawing in red ink and a Chinese take out box a pair of bat wings and chopsticks the words no thank you was right on the box and down the sleeves of the shirt was being sold by California artist just looter under the title bout fried rice for sixty dollars that's according to the New York Post as looters since deleted poster showed off the tee under the heading Korean tea and read it where did cook a nineteen come from nothing is certain but we know a bat was involved next personally the pandemic originated from wet markets where the selling of wild exotic animals like about skiing ruse and reptiles takes place the post immediately drew accusations of anti Asian sentiment little women was quick to respond to an Instagram comments that it acted immediately and a person involved is no longer an

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Khamenei says US sanctions forced Iran to become 'self-sufficient'

BBC World Service

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Khamenei says US sanctions forced Iran to become 'self-sufficient'

"And Iran supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has claims that his country has benefited from American sanctions in a speech marking the Persian new year festival in the ruse the Ayatollah said the sanctions had forced Iran to be self sufficient president trump reimpose sanctions on Iran after pulling America out of an international nuclear deal

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"ruse" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

14:03 min | 1 year ago

"ruse" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"I don't want to be an economist. I'm not but I am a rational and sensible person who's take experience who's taken what he's he's seen throughout his existence me you know and I've I've watched the recession of two thousand eight okay. I'm not saying that that's where we're destined to all right. I'm not saying amy. I'm tree by the opportunity for failure but I don't see a way long term that this style of or at least this moment in time the excess will maintain and I can tell you things and this is not an endorsement. That's not saying what happens in a two thousand twenty in Washington is absolutely going to be relevant to the to to what Bitcoin's price does so I was going to gold and property values The happens with Iran right now as an American obviously I have personal interest. I want this country to be A really really aware of its surroundings realize where the person the only country in the world but I also have simone personal beliefs other things to do and I look. I have daily dialogue with people who I disagree with and it's really really fun to engage in learn that way but bitcoin up seventy four hundred fifty bucks since we started going. Live the point where I'm coming to in this. Is that bitcoin succeeds on the world's failures and at least that's the purpose of what people are looking at and bitcoin right now and I really really really want to emerge everybody to pay attention to this. Pay attention to the style in which bitcoin moves and Wyatt's moving lean that way right a lot of important factors that can make you more successful in this market. I don't want to pretend like I. You know what's happening next. I know that there is going to be probably some stability coming up not just with the election but with Iran right now immediately and and this is as an American right. I kind of what they were McAfee was saying he's just making a joke now at the point is just ruse. I don't I don't believe leave. McAfee was just making only a simple joke and commits. Let me get you on there. Yeah what's up Joe. I don't WanNa talk too much without you Blackburn Blackburn. Doing brother my man happy New Year by the way happy New Year to you too. I just got back from ten days in Colombia and Panama atomised and actually ran into a place in a really rural area called Guadalupe in in Columbia. I gotTA show you the picture here just because you'll You'll appreciate it will meet dig it up here on my phone through the hundreds of pictures that I shot In and I want to make a comment about what you were saying that bitcoin successive bitcoin is dependent on you. Know the failure of the world systems. I think that that's Ju. I don't think that that's completely true. I think that's just one aspect of it right. The the failure of the word system can certainly accelerate the need for the adoption of Bitcoin. But on its own on its face. It's a superior system Period in we don't require failure of other systems in order for Bitcoin. To succeed for the record I didn't say that it was in society that the World Burns for Bitcoin. Success that it does go with the world's problems except the most bitcoin in in Columbia West yet. Burr La Perria La Perea Burger in beef and glut top eight in Tokyo. MTO Kia a Really rural area you know and speaking individuals for the record in honestly if I hadn't hadn't eaten lunch or if they had had dessert I would have bought something. I'm looking at the menu eight and I WANNA I wanNA buy something with Bitcoin in so it didn't happen but I did take a picture. No no that's really cool and I love seeing that as as you know five years would you know that you're not a chance not a chance. And the more people that are holding using and spending inserting their bitcoin right. If you're not selling your bitcoin if you're using it for transacting the more commonplace the more normal in the more more that people don't have to sell the Fiat right. If this is Jubal item now that people value it obvious valuable. It's seven thousand four hundred dollars right the second. You know if you guys didn't hear me before I want to reintroduce Joel Comm you'll Kanchi for joining the impromptu Joe Com- e- host alongside Travis right back up to podcast following them listening to make sure you guys go do you so getting started talk clue about me since especially since I'm a little bit on crispy at the moment go ahead. What are your thoughts on this? Well I saw the tweet today as I was flying back in fact I've been up all night because you have to catch a plane out of Panama three in the morning. Which means you're at the airport at midnight and then the Fort Lauderdale Tale? which by the way is the worst airport? Don't go in all kinds of their busters. There I made it home though and having had sleep but I saw McAfee tweet tweet on route it happened at eight o six am today. Have you read this yet on the air. I did okay but feel free. Feel free to. Yeah I want to read it again just because I haven't read it over the area so okay. Here's McAfee tweet eat my Dick and twelve months a ruse ruse to on board new users. It worked BITCOIN was I. It's an ancient technology all know it. Newer blockchain's have privacy smart contracts distributed tributed APPs and more. Bitcoin is our future was the model t the future of the automobile. There's so much join pack. You're in this but I you know point obviously obviously is that the whole elite my deck. I mean we all know he's not gonNA eat `as deck right. We know that but he would again and again right he reinforced this belief that Bitcoin is GonNa hit a million dollars but the end of twenty twenty in of a dozen. He's going to eat as Dick. Why in the world would would he now with almost a year ago? Put this out there. Why not ride it all the way through and then say just kidding I agree completely agree? You know it really kind of bugs me that he didn't just write it through. Like I both must have got a chance to get to know John over the years. There's an affiliate John's not WanNa really back off something. I don't know if he was so sick and tired of having to hear about it every that also doesn't sound like John or he will. It'll maybe I have made a mistake and I just need to go ahead and right now you know what. What do you think Joe you know? Well I don't know I mean we've interviewed him a few times. I've actually never ever met him. Face to face. Travis has a couple times. They hung out a little bit. But you know we've had him on the show three times and we you know we joked about how he would would prepare. You know the Dick for eating. We thought addict lasagna would be you know probably the the best way to go about it. I'm a I'm a little you know it's hard to say I'm disappointed in John McAfee because first of all he doesn't care and he's probably disappointed so many people that who who am I right. I disappoint people too. I just wish to follow through on all the way in. It seems like this was premature. Admission Shen John Did you just have a premature mission. It'd be the first one to probably say that's exactly what it was now. Janna it says please please tweet. That's clever I like that. It'll tweet I'll let you. I'll let you have that one also to your point is just you know. Let's just say Bitcoin does and I'm not. I'm not put the past. Bitcoin Make Arana forty fifty. Sixty thousand bucks you know. I mean that's I don't WanNA likely likely I don't want to say it's probably going to happen. That's not the case but it's impossible and it's not even impossible. It's not impossible for me to win the lottery. That's not what I mean. I mean it literally has an opportunity to hit that twenty five thirty forty fifty thousand mark and guess what. It doesn't hit a million dollars but fifty thousand dollars in twenty twenty. It's not a bad deal so what I'll take it. You know I mean. No one's going to be mad at John McAfee for making a prediction. That big one was going to go up. John Give it a chance. Surly in two thousand twenty. We might see that twenty five fifty thousand and in that case you can say hey look. It wasn't a million but I'll take fifty how about you. You know we've only had two having 's and I and we've traditionally look back at it and go. Here's what happens when there's a having can't count the first time right the first time you can't cut loss the second time yes it shot up but you know I in so people automatically medically derived from that. Well it's going to have multiple is McAfee. said it's math. I tend to believe that it's it's GonNa hit all time high this year but for a different reason and I wish I could remember who it was that we had on our show but the point was really simple. They said that As the having approaches the media's going to be talking about it more and more it's going to be a big big news item in people people buy at emotion in what's going to happen it's GonNa run and people are going to be an all my gosh. It's back in it. Everybody in their grandma on their dog doug are GONNA be now they're going to be Using some of the more traditional means to buy crypto and they're going to discover you know crypto dot com the Toro and if if they haven't discovered coin base they're going to discover these easier ways to onboard into crypto. And I think that's you know it's going to be a self fulfilling prophecy. We'll get points in your so spot on. Were months away from the. It's not like it's next year. It's literally twenty twenty and this happens in five and a half months less than I mean roundabout. Obviously nobody can predict exactly the day in time of the block but on that block hits. I mean we're GONNA have probably I mean and also this Joel two. We ran up fourteen thousand dollars out blast and when we had that run up a lot of people it wasn't it before that it was It was during bitcoin. Twenty nineteen in San Francisco. That would've been may be so. Forgive me if I ah. We started that run because we had the we had the What's it called the in May or may we also have consensus right we consensus pomp? And I remember we hit like nine K at that point. Yes right after that Right after that in some top area with the summer we hit around fourteen K. And you're probably on the timeframe Graham just a little over a week actually right. We got North America. Bitcoin conference so and look even in Vegas in San Francisco. No in October running up to that because there was a lot of extra attention on it etc and I mean I feel like every single time that we are seeing people. We'll start doubting it is. That's when the whales like turn on the switch or whatever whoever's doing it to everybody starts posting good things positively in the in the media again and I don't know if he's on coin. Telegraph bitcoin. Coming up seventy five hundred feet away from a Boron and we're starting to see these people feel safer and safer because we've held this price and we've held this time period and a really you know mature fashion. I haven't seen a lot of people call manipulation lately. I will say that I've seen a lot of people I'm not selling time I'm holding. I'm just going to ride it out. I don't want to miss it as it goes up the having and that's another case that people have to remember is that you don't WanNa miss the so so if you're selling or shorting you're only foam a moment away for missing that run where it never shows back up at that price again. Ask The people who are selling at seven hundred dollars in you know. Oh in January two thousand seventeen you know I mean I remember people telling me that it was should've gone on the four hundred dollars you'd better sell it because that's where the support range was. I remember vividly and we never got there and we never saw it again anyways. I get excited about this part because I believe that this bull run is not just going to be bitcoin. I think we're GONNA see some all coins benefit. NFL Office to and this is where I start. I get that feeling. Just been in it long. Enough Joel Felt like this before right but you know look cryptos unpredictable. And that's some people who read the charts would say it's not that it's very predictable. I think human emotions predictable but but bitcoin coin there's so much manipulation involved here right that it's really hard to say if you look at what happened with light coin before like coins. Having having last year I love saying that already. We can now say last year for two thousand nineteen It it went from like thirty dollars to about what a hundred and twenty Bob. Quick in then over the next forty five days leading up to the having is when it started coming back down. So how much more important is bitcoin than light. Coin right and so if if the same pattern holds true that we should start seeing the increase happened here. In real short order through North American bitcoin conference through consensus through Bitcoin. Twenty twenty twenty three big three of the four big US conferences. And that's GonNa take you know right into the having absolutely looking as across seventy five hundred dollars. Look what I started this show tonight. We're like seventy three London..

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"ruse" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"ruse" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Nerdy for ten percent off all right guys. Let's get back to the show. Absolutely i mean i yes. I truly truly believe that. We aren't culpable for the things that happened to us as children <hes> but we are living now and understanding our past can be really informative of our future but ultimately ultimately as you mentioned. Nobody can live your life for you and again. I'm i'm looking at a really beautiful book that i was using. When i was writing my qualification evaluations evaluations by keith heller called the existential approach to psychotherapy and there was a passage that i highlighted and this one i think is an important passage which opens up to a new conversation that i'd like to have with you. I'm just gonna read it really quickly. <hes> he says for cam you <hes> he's been talking about heidegger for a while and then he moves over and he says for cam you the question question of death leads to what he calls the absurd which is defined as our demand for meaning and the in different worlds refusal to hand us one on a platter. If there is to be meaning in the universe we must like artists create it and of course when i look at the modern existential psychologists who have informed my work a lot of people are quite informed viktor frankl and a lot of people are quite informed by <hes> irwin yaalom and they have two opposing yet in some ways harmonious views of meaning making in the world and of course this lens us back to the book that you wrote viktor frankl is quite religious and so his work you know a man's search for meaning and logo therapy was based on the fact that there is inherent meaning in the world that we must uncover irwin y'all. I'm who i resonate with more as an atheist he he believes that of course like cam commu the it's absurd to ask because the universe doesn't care so we must create like artists and i'm wondering where in that kind of continuum you you find yourself well. I did very interesting. You should say that because in fact i commute the beginning my book. Come you on the question absurd and you say as a non believer. I have to say that yeah. I underst- i understand so well. What all cam you is saying. I don't have christian or buddhist or whatever it is faith. I don't like ed wilson find meaning in the world of aww human. You know these distinction so i so yeah. I'm with absolutely one hundred percent with commu on this that there's there's no meaning with a capital am in the way so yeah. What the hell are we doing here. You know we're born. We we live. We grow up. We have children. We got old then we die and we put a hell of a lot of us. Put a hell of a lot of ethic to it and some of us lifeboat salt or or beethoven or creative give to others and your dad and what is bertrand russell say when i die i wrote. I don't know if that's true but that's the background against which i work that there was nothing before me and there'll be nothing off to me so now the good at that level. I see life as absurd of an exile stick so i'm not saying that's an absolute i the world is stranger than we think it is a quail that we could think it is but that is not as i say a way of slipping and christian beliefs so life. I is absurd but then as you say i flipped to the other side. Maybe what i find it. I find it a lot and others that does that does not mean you sit down and like that a story of the of the sailor who was a who is rescued who was shipwrecked. He had so so many things to do. He didn't do any else them. They shot on responsive until he was rescued because there's gonna be no rescue no big rescues sebeita. It's not an attorney but rescuers. Don't expect the so the question is what do you do while you here. Is it just as it were conciliated the time because almost like a condemned man you're better when it in england where they hang people. Did it pretty quickly unlike america i i one of the things is the the the jailers who lived with the condemned man. They play a lot of domino's so that sort of thing keep you busy so you wouldn't think about what what was going to happen. Keep keep you keep you going. All the time like is life is life just a question of oh my god it's going to come to dan. It's nothing let's keep ourselves busy well. I think some people perhaps do but i don't think you have to. I'd like to think that i do w i don't think think of. I mean obviously a busy here by is the middle of the day or for me. Eat you but here by chatting away holding all as i like like to as my wife says my father said michael you know i like you but you're a big head was a child and your big head now let's do. I don't think i'm just filling in time before five years from now when i say family i leave you all now. Goodbye goodbye goodbye. This is our while this is goodbye. I'd i'd like to think it's no. I think i'd like to think that in some sense ends one. Can we create a genuine meaning in life for oneself no a lot of my christian friends and people like john cutting which say but that's not meeting meaning house to have you know an estimate logical component to it has to be bigger than you well. I want to say it would be. Perhaps it would be nice if it was about sure i was thinking. God is a bit light by head boston. I like to say how head boston this will. I'm don defaulted other woman the next but i can see that but i'm tainted people. I don't think that on offer i agree so yeah. Stop crying. Stop crying. Stop feeling sorry for yourself yeah okay of course. You've got to feel sorry views. Of course you're going to think about these things but ultimately you have to get over. You have to get over the you have to recognize. Maybe that is something you can do with with your life which is meaningful it but issue of it i this is why i take freedom in a sense to be the ultimate thing which which i i define big human that that you have the freedom to beat these decisions. You'll sell not everybody does of course they don't but you know what i i beat some people are. There's a continuum there yeah. You must have had patients who were phillips that you basically say look best. I can do is help. You live a reasonably content life because at some level at least i not get through to you but then you must have had other patients where you want to say yeah. Let's work on that because i can see somewhere down the line. We go to if not breakthroughs. We're going to climb into another up another hiller because it were and i feel very strongly about that i feel this. I mean this whole wrestling with my mother's death through by three by twenty the that was a tremendous thing but it was a question of a getting over at some level not in the sense of begetting but trying to uh-huh it's a source of strength rav just something to feel sorry for yourself about you know it's funny your book a meaning to life the top glenn here's meaning but we've been talking also quite a bit about freedom one of the things that may interest you. Eh you quite possibly already know this. Because of course you're well-versed <hes> <hes> <hes> in existential philosophy but from the existential psychotherapy standpoint which is of course <hes> founded on existential philosophy at least <hes> as far as yala concerned therefore given to existence and these underlie the things that anybody who seeks therapy who experiencing suffering and seeks out help with their suffering suffering that there's these four things that they grapple with and that is meaninglessness freedom versus responsibility death and loneliness isn't that interesting loneliness because i came in to this discussion very quickly talking about us as social beings so oh you know some sort of way i got to the same point as a an existential would as as an existential specialist. I've come at it as a naturalist. If you like. Somehow of a goodness isn't this isn't this fascinating luminosity well yeah. Loneliness means not having friends so i was just awful talks about this. He says even rich men especially rich men hop to have friends because you know human beings have to have friends. We can't exist without friend some sort of level. It's terribly. I don't really important i mean i think one of the if you like while the existential tragedy is donald trump from it's hard to talk about him as tragic but you know what i mean is taking has friends. I think he's always using people or looking for consolation. I don't think donald trump has the ability to reach out took people and say no let me serve you. Let me see what i can do for you. It's always what can you do for me. I mean i'm nope no pain no sting of talking about the kinda manziel show. I think he might be a very lonely man for that region. Yeah compared to you say to a bomber or some of the others i mean i think i wasn't a big enthusiast about george bush's at one level but it was clear you both of these men had important family lives also had friendship and sees this. I won't sees this sunday. Show origin obama in his family life for instance he was serving but he was dependent of them but as it were he was trying to give to them as well was. I just don't get that feeling about donald trump. I you know some level. I'd take into a deep you tragic human big tragedy. It is also bad for us but that's that's not what i'm talking about. What i'm talking about is the kind of man that he is. I can't imagine anybody wants to say that. Donald trump is what i would call a full of fulfilled happy with i would say that the barber so loneliness and sociality elodie those together. What else were we talked three. So we were talking about loneliness. We were talking about <hes> fear of death which is given apartment. We talking about that. All the time i mean the absurd the fear of death on coming to the end. Oh my god i mean i think the you know better believe now because i made that joke at the beginning that start getting on all side god because the grim reapers coming stay. I don't particularly want to dog but i do find very interestingly of a hell of a lot less less afraid of death now than i was when i was twenty. Maybe maybe be obviously because at one level i've had said well. Ah had sixty below years of what i call very fulfilling light so it away. I'd be greedy about this. My share a some level. I feel either as lawmakers centralist or is adult winning starting to see life as a whole that we grow oh we live and then we do die. Draw the light. It's like the seasons spring summer fall winter comes..

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"ruse" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"ruse" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"To show off your support of the show all the proceeds of course go directly okay to the work that we do here helping to pay the editors helping to pay my incredible assistant no well and to support any sort of infrastructure changes in for sure. It's like microphones so thank you guys again so much for for coming back and listening every week this week. We've got a good one. I say that every week but it's always true <hes> it's a beautiful song. I wrote there. <hes> this week we're going to be chatting with dr michael reuss about his brand new book a meaning to life so he's a professor of philosophy and director of the program in the history of philosophy philosophy of science at florida state university. He's written or edited more than fifty books. That's amazing using but this newest one a meaning to life is a really fascinating <hes> take on existential lissome darwinian darwinism evolutionary biology and sort of philosophy that takes all of these things things into consideration. It was a fascinating and really really fun chat and i'm super excited to share it with you right now so without any further ado do here. He is dr michael ruth well michael. Thank you so much for joining me today. Well thank you for having me absolutely absolutely so. I am excited to talk with you about your newest book. A meaning to life and this of course is an interesting kind of culmination of some existential essential philosophy but also some interesting kind of evolutionary biology all mixed together and i'm not sure if you know this <hes> being a philosopher loss avert yourself but i am currently training <hes> for my p._h._d. In clinical psychology but my orientation is existential psychotherapy omar oh my god so it's basically using some interview you know no no no no no but i'm so fascinated by the topics in your book because they're just becoming more and more relevant to me recently. So you know oftentimes on the show. We talk talk about what we talk about all manner of science. My background is neuroscience and currently psychology but of course existential psychology is informed by existential philosophy philosophy and that's basically the the kind of foundation of this book so i guess the first thing i should ask you is being a professor of philosophy sophy. Have you do identify as an existential lists. Have you always been interested in existential ism yes i have when i was an undergraduate. I read saw tre. I call it say that i've spent a lot of time working with that credential some of what i'd be more of a historian of ideas but that sort of thing but kara. Why don't i just give you some background to why at seventy nine or go to where i am. Is that okay. I would love that okay well. Let's start at the beginning. I was born in nineteen forty in england of course for us. That was the beginning of the war. The americans didn't join until the next year and my fathe- up was a conscientious objector eldest. I think that this was eighty poll more than philosophical. If you know what i mean his his family well well professional soldiers at his own father. I'd be anybody gas stole the psalm the end of the great war. I will never went back to his family. So my father the head of very tense relationship i think when the second world will came as much as anything able to shove the father than anything else i think he was sincere but i do think that it was very much a uneatable but any cut his on he sort of jehovah's witnesses. Just sit down and do nothing with business of wall in england. The quakers were very very helpful to people like by fall off to the war here my mother join the religious asante not friends or quakers which those days well not only firmly theistic the public crystal logical. I've built up in this very intensely very very very very intensely and i went to a quaker boarding school up to about the age of twenty. I was a very sincere christian now. Of course the thing about quakers is that they they don't have any dogma or anything like that so to great extent w tokyo extent you have to take yourself. It doesn't mean that older quakers don't help you you but they don't tell you what you've got to believe. The priests might like ask about the age of twenty my face just should they went. I i didn't have a soul to damascus experience in reverse or anything like that. It just faded and i have to say the old friends or quakers. Were very supportive about well. They they will not upset or phased or anything like that. I think he'd be upset if i hadn't heard but i did but i just lost my faith the but the same time i took philosophy and i do think that there's a league now i don't mean that i took up philosophy david hume and then lost by faith but i do think that having lost my faith taking up philosophy which of course is something. Which is you know yourself is something which is often questions enquiring lowering inquiry inquiry of pre adapted for this so this was the way i was around the age of twenty but i was quite convinced that <unk> by the age of seventy. I becoming buckled side. You know you're getting close to the end and you call now pascal's wager. You take too many chances. When you're an old man that you might young so i really thought at the age of seventy i probably be rekindling. My christian beliefs was absolutely so who surprised me was that this did not happen at all. At the age of seventy seventy one seventy two seventy three. I was if anything more aw content with my family. I have nothing atheist. Richard dawkins says i i follow the english geneticist j b s haldane paid who said not only is the will clear that i think it is. It's clear that i could think unmarry odd side without things like culture entanglement where something happening on one side of the universe emitted on the other side you know blows my mind. I don't think it's i don't think it cruise was jesus on the cross but i do think it shows me. We're only scratching the surface at one way or another so as you can imagine as the the years roll by and i'm seventy nine now i found myself as a as a philosopher and that was a former chris job uh who still intensely interested in these issues finding myself pushing more and more and more to what is meeting this is had was i wrote the meaning of life but abe meaning of life meeting. This is the end the mijoni no but let me just fill in now a as it were some of the where the cement between the <hes> i in my earliest became very interested in charles stalwart number reasons but what i think was i always love victoria dignam. W i grew up dickens trollop and george eliot. I still great so moving across interested in science. I was a-plus sides and so moving across to look at dalwin and work on doll and almost unnatural full but of course the thing about doing dolly because this seat please me was at the same time you don't just do all as a scientific theory you do dalwin win as a lot of people like richard dawkins would say has a great deal relevant to religious faith in himself says somewhere the extended theater. He says that darwin made it possible to be intellectually fulfilled atheist not an tastiest but i i know what he made in the sense that i think after darwin it was possible to have normally up to doll in the whole world seems seems so incredibly well-designed david uber felt this meant that you will still feeling that they had to be something of the dalai always gave a naturalistic account about a patient through doctoral selection that felt again though as i say i don't think that disproves the existence of god but it starts adults to make the existence of god. What should we say irrelevant. It's absolutely i think he's very interesting off the darwin. A lot of christians turned to job for insight because the book of joe dog there is not very much like the god of the beatitudes. This gardner says i created it. I make the rules else. You stick with them if you don't like them up yours so i think a lot of christians said maybe this is the way we could go and i feel very empathetic. Take that kind of approach. It's not so much whether god exists or not but that we must live out lives and this is what sorta says he said. Let's not why connector centralist. I'm an existential is because i have freedom and i have to make as it were what i am myself. He said that the human nature will well. I think he's exaggerating that it's subtly sort of it was human nature david sitting on the left bank of the same smoking cigarettes drinking wine always saving with somebody else's wife and tokyo and an irritation brilliant cartesian matter so whoa then i said well what is the human nature. What is human nature. Read it goes. You know we've all note. A lot of this stuff about. Social darwinism side rated rated tooth and claw that trait to hitler well. Let's just be at somebody else read. It's got all his ideas from the doss houses of vienna in the first decade of the century but he certainly didn't get them from dollars and if you did if you read doll williams up to today people like edward o wilson princeton's one they say is no the the thing about humans is not only rebuilt big brains but why do we have big brains because we're social animals because because we're not we're not particularly agile. We're not we certainly don't have weapons of attack or anything like that but by god god. We're really good at getting with each other and working with each other just like you and i are doing right now. I mean you know we'd never met. We're doing it across a culture and yet immediately immediately. You and i could make a couple of jokes at the beginning and you know we're comfortable with another human being. I think that that's so for me then very much. Being a human is being somebody who relates to others who who who works with others at so by next centralism then is not charting by backwardness it. It doesn't justify that sort of sense but what i will say is the only truly way of self fulfillment. The only true way of happiness is to as it were rejoice in in being human being so relating to others and working with others i mean i don't think it's any chance toll that i've been adult schoolteacher but i beat a teacher all my life and that i found it intensely intentionally rewarding in fact i have to say i just love teaching pushing. Oh shit undergraduates so that's where i think my real joy in life comes and i hope i can help them but by god i love doing happiness doug stuart mill said betta socrates dissatisfied. The pig shop is by. I think he's right. I mean i don't happiness..

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"ruse" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ruse" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Of frosting. Dunk them in. It was a huge hit when they launched back in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. And even though they were extremely popular. US health officials said the dunker ruse don't meet the standard nutrition guidelines needed to advertise products to kids, so they discontinued them and for years, nobody in the US could get Donka Reuss. Daljeet people signed petitions to bring them back they launched online campaigns, and even though general mills wanted to relaunch the product, they still don't meet US, health standards. Finally, crazy after twenty something years general mills is stepping up and doing something about it. Now, legally they can't start selling them in US stores again, but they've come up with a different plan and the company recently unveiled something called smuggler roofs. Smuggler ruse, they just rebranded it Hawkin it to kids again, what are smuggler Reuss. They're actually dunker ruse with a different name. The only difference is that they have been smuggled across the border of Canada. By Canadian citizens, all in the name of feeding nostalgic, hungry Americans. Heroes. Let's not lockdown our borders. Okay. To get those things into the US stat. It turns out even though the US ban them general mills Canada has still been making dunk Reuss for years, and while Americans were crying into their empty frosting. Cups Canadians have been buying up and eating as many as they want a snack food is doing very well candidate. I learned about Canada the more. I'm like that place seems great. Chunk sugar maple syrup. How exactly as general mills involved in this? They have launched a smuggler's website encouraging brave people to sign up to sneak dunker ruse into the United States. How does it work your hands clammy? When you get to border-crossing guys. I don't have any doctor is in my trunk crap wasn't supposed to say that they're gonna have to retrain all the border-crossing dogs sniff out dunker. If you're Canadian you can register online to be an official dungarees smuggler. Once you do that general mills gives you a list of instructions, okay? You're encouraged to buy a large quantity of Donka Reuss. Okay. And then conceal them in an inconspicuous location inside your vehicle. General mills is asking Canadians to be essentially drug mules. Encouraged to buy a large quantity and put them in your trunk or taped to the undercarriage of your car or your glove box somewhere where they won't be seen by just tear out the incident terrier card item in the floorboards. Border patrol be-. Like have a gun. Just wanna let you know. But it's registered. It's like..

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"ruse" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

Good Job, Brain!

03:17 min | 4 years ago

"ruse" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

"Jay forget, oh, it's ringing Abou, it's the answer is the answers about who's buck ruse were the bucket ruse who's who's buck arose the buckles Lucca route was the category RPM. Oh, okay. Category matters RPM so record records. Probably. Yeah. Okay. So that's not a bad. Yes. Buckle ruse as a, gene. Autry, I mean. How do look Owens? Oh, okay. All right, comedy writer and Elliott buckling. Chef another playboy one. What I did marry in Madeleine Colin sin achieve in October nineteen seventy issue of playboy nineteen seventy. Well, the first twins center. Tall is Marianne. Just not marry I twin playmates. Oh, okay. All right. A lot of playboy questions in trivial arena too. Last one who said I've kept my identity separate from Edith's. If I keep on in the role people will never think of me as anyone else. Good luck. Oh. Kept my entity separate me if I continue on the role. What's the category, probably TV TV? Okay. Broadway or TV. No. I'm guessing it's it's it's Edith bunker once the actress stable. This category dollars. All right. All right. Good job brains, Colin, you know, the trivia of what was the first item ever sold on EBay, right? I do we talked about this. Yes. It was a broken laser pointer purchased by a collector. Proving in one shot, the magic of EBay Kersey Bairo this for every is that is that. That's the real story -cause story. They have a kind of market ebays EBay there. Yeah. Fake story is that is that the wife of Piero yard Pez collector has dispensers Pez dispensers. But really they had they had formulated EBay from a very kind of abstract idea of like the perfect marketplace. But no, that's the beauty is you're right there is you don't need to worry your audience will find you like every deal there is someone willing to make that deal. Right. And these days with EBay and Craigslist, and we have all of these different ways for everybody to get involved in buying and selling and really deal gase that a lot more on like, automated and easy. So that got us thinking about buying and negotiating and haggling and making making the best of a situation. So this week, let's make eight deal. Beth things in life with free. But you can give them to the beds and bees..

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