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'Where Are We Going?' Inside The Deadly Decision to Evacuate An Entire Nursing Home

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19:51 min | 3 months ago

'Where Are We Going?' Inside The Deadly Decision to Evacuate An Entire Nursing Home

"Last march as the coronavirus pandemic was just starting to make its way through the. Us officials in new jersey learned of covid nineteen outbreak in a long term care facility and they did something unusual they decided to evacuate seventy eight residents and move them someplace. New medical personnel and protective gear. Were busy wednesday morning willing out. Nearly eighty residents who live in saint joseph singer nursing home in woodbridge that day march twenty fifth. Eva casaba watched it all from a parking lot across the street. Your word the large ambulance buses helicopters overhead. There were yellow has met suits with the face. Shields qasaba was watching to see if her mother and genteel was one of dozens of elderly residents being moved from the facility. But she didn't actually see her mom until later on the evening news cells as the residents who are in their late eighties early nineties. We'll be her hand on her forehead like her fingers spread and you can interpret it as god. What's happening where are we going. What's this all about. I mean the picture tells it thousand words and now this place is blocked off by law enforcement waiting to be sanitized and disinfected time. No one knew back in march is that within days. nearly half. The people being loaded into ambulance buses saint joe's would be dead. Consider this some deaths at this one nursing. Home may have been preventable. They show the panic that drove decisions in the earliest days of the pandemic. And it's a story e- even all these months later with more questions than answers from npr. i'm ari shapiro. it's monday december. Twenty eighth this message comes from. Npr sponsor a t and t. There's a lot that's different about this school year but one thing that hasn't changed is at and t.'s. Commitment to education they're focused on keeping students and teachers connected to learning it's why. At and t. has connected over two hundred million students with the tools and technology for distance learning learn more at att dot com slash remote learning at planet money. We are also grappling with. What's going on in the world. We just don't know and you're still going to have to decide so we call it. Economists like emily oster. It's like we're fighting the pandemic by having a bake sale or something. Don't do respect to bake sale. Listen and subscribe to planet money from npr. It's consider this from npr. We know that people in long term care facilities are especially vulnerable to covid. Nineteen outbreaks at those facilities have been a constant story of the pandemic. Saint joe's in new jersey is in orange brick building surrounded by manicured bushes. It's about half an hour south of newark. When covid nineteen arrived there the virus tore through the facility like so many others but what made saint joe's different is how state officials reacted to it. It was completely evacuated. No other long term care facility in the state was emptied out like that. Correspondent dina temple ralston of npr's investigations team has been digging into why that happened and whether some residents of saint joe's might still be alive today if it hadn't dina picks up the story from here days before the evacuation ninety three year old net coach elec was in her room at saint jo's eating polish donuts with her eldest daughter. Bernadette her a little raspberry jellies which she loved a niche friends called her tony and they say she's loved lots of fix broaches beads baratz and she loves joe's daily masses the gardens the fact that the none spoke polish to her and We just thought it was a really good fit brunette solar said. Her mother may have been ninety-three but she was still the tony. Everyone knew whenever. I'd walk through the door. She'd always say bernie and make a big deal. And this is my daughter to all of the workers there so in a little. Did we know less than two weeks later. Everything would change what changed covid. Nineteen on the seventeenth was the first day that we were notified by saint shows that one patient had contracted the virus. The seventeenth of march in the earliest weeks of the pandemic just happened so so very fast you know. From when there were sniffles to when one person had it six people had and then her mother had it though she didn't seem to be showing many symptoms once again in my mind. Mom my mom is resilient strong as a ball and You know even though she was in a wheelchair she a fighter. The staff is saint. Joe's did what they were supposed to. Do they quarantined. They called in reinforcements and they asked the state. If it would help to just four days later the state's response was harsh. it ordered an evacuation. The state wanted the entire facility to be completely emptied which is a bigger deal than it might sound when you evacuated facility. You're moving Residents who were medically fragile and anytime you transferred them into unfamiliar environments places a lot of stress on the individuals and can jeopardize their health and safety. That's christopher newer. And he's a former new jersey health department assistant commissioner in charge of emergency preparedness. And when he first heard about saint joe's he remembers thinking two things first. Why was the state. Involved valuations are usually handled locally and set in that the whole operation which involved transferring the residents to a new facility. Careone hanover it. All seemed oddly rushed. You know. this wasn't a flutter or fire where they had to evacuate within a matter of minutes or hours newark no longer works for the state. Because he says he filed an ethics complaint against a high ranking official and was fired he has since filed a whistleblower complaint and the suit is pending but he is not alone in thinking that the evacuation of saint joe's was problematic just the pushed to move everybody out quickly. It was the stress that such a move would put on the residents of saint jobs. Just ask pamela cascione. She studies older adult care at the university of pennsylvania. School of nursing. And she says evacuations like this rare for reason. The literature shows that these acute evacuations are very dangerous for older adults but according to three current and former health department officials who were there when the evacuation was discussed the trauma associated with this kind of a wholesale move didn't seem to figure into the states calculus. This leaders at the department of health seemed to be reacting to the outbreak. Were natural disaster as if an evacuation was the only viable option. A health department. Spokesperson told npr. That just wasn't true in a written response. She that the state spent two days trying to find reinforcements for saint joe's two days as far as the new jersey department of health was concerned that was long enough. Thank you governor. good afternoon. Everyone during a press conference the state health commissioner. Judy persa kelly said the outbreak at saint jo's couldn't wait more residents and staff are symptomatic. So we made the assumption that residents and staff of saint joseph's had all been exposed to covid nineteen. But the thing was we don't know if they'd all been exposed. The health department claims they confirmed two dozen residents had tested positive before the evacuation but according to contemporary news emails at the time families understood. The number was half that much about a dozen. A dozen out of seventy eight. So the real problem wasn't how many people had the virus. The problems saint joe's was facing was more fundamental. The nuns needed some temporary hill. Just to tide them over. The nuns asked for out of state nurses for the deployment of the national guard. But what they got instead was this evacuation and case there was any positions to the idea of letting all their residents go. There was also what some saw as a thinly veiled threat from the new jersey. Commissioner of health may result unfortunately and ultimately in the closure of that facility persa. Kelly said later the sisters at saint jo's asked for the residents to be moved and while the sisters declined to talk to npr about the evacuation. The family say the nuns told them. At the time that the evacuation came as a complete surprise. They only had twelve hours notice. There's another reason why stays decision to evacuate everyone at saint jo's all at once was puzzling. Even in the best of circumstances these kinds of large transfers are fraud. People get lost in the shuffle meds. Get missed there's no continuity of care and in this case the residents of saint joe's would arrive at careone all at once as strangers. Just consider tony coach. Illich her middle daughter. Dorothy kozaru worried. People care one. Just see her mother how she was when she arrived. After that bus ride from saint joe's she was going to be presented on a stretcher. She's gonna look weak. And feeble. And i guess i felt that there would be judgments. Made as soon as her mother was admitted. Doctor care one recommended that she be put into hospice essentially compassionate care for people in those last stages of life. She was admitted on wednesday. And i believe it was saturday. She went into hospice cassara. Wanted the nurse to take her mothers vitals so she could figure out how much time her mother might have left. And i guess. The nurses station was kind of busy. So she's makes a comment thing all the really busy here and i said okay. Well that's okay. Why don't you go in. We'll do the facetime call. And then you can catch me up on the vitals afterwards. So the nurse winning with the phone. She's very cheery and she has my mother on face time. Kmart how you doing. I said i you know look any worse for wear today or say something to her but the facetime cameras only showing her from the news up so i said. Can you do me a favor and move the camera down and she moves the camera. Dan and i was like oh. Because it was to me what i would refer to as deduct gape careone denies. This ever happened but kozaru has time stamped. Screenshot an npr seen it moments after she took it. Another nurse walked into the room off camera. Kozaru could only hear her voice and she goes. Oh you know your mother's near the end she she's gone and i said she's gone right now. She goes oh yeah yeah. she's gone. The nurse turned the camera on herself. Untold kozaru. i'm sorry for your loss and the line went dead. The mother who loved broaches beads in barrett's died care one hanover. On march thirtieth. Five days after the evacuation. I know that the day before the evacuation my mother was still vocal. My mother was still coherent and now she was gone. There's something else a little odd about the whole saint joe's affair and its administrative all thirty six of saint joe's residents who died after the move are listed as having died at saint jo's not care what the new jersey health department told. Npr statement that during outbreaks deaths account based on the association with outbreak facility not the actual location of the individuals death. What presupposes though is that. No one got the virus at care. One after the transfer for coach. Lx youngest daughter. Angie more than she could take and my mom was ninety three. It's realistic to think that she probably wouldn't have lived more than a few more years. I get that but she wasn't able to die with dignity and comfort that the thing that that hurts the most and remember evoke asaba that woman who watched the evacuation from across the street. She lost her mother too and she believes the stress of the move which she saw on her mother's face in that evening news footage contributed to her death. Kosovo's mother tested positive for the coronavirus. Five days after her arrival at care one. She was dead two days after that. Whether engine te'o caught the virus at saint jo's or care one is unclear for kusaba. Who's a nurse. The more fundamental problem was the state's decision to evacuate saint joe's in the first place no other facility was evacuated after that and i'm sure they realized what a mistake that was because if it wasn't a mistake they would have done it with other facilities and it wasn't done last november. There was a surprise party for engine. -til at saint jokes. She was singing dancing full of life in a video cassette whose mothers wearing pretty sweater and they're balloons and cupcakes. Senior song and everybody was trying to get her to sing. My mom used to sing on the radio. She would be on every think. Every saturday gone dot net beautiful and genteel would have been ninety in november. Saw rahm that report. From correspondent dana temple ralston of npr's investigations team for more on her investigation into what happened at saint jo's there's a link in our episode notes. You're listening to consider this from npr. I'm ari shapiro. And i'm rachel. Courteous from wmu and many undocumented children in the united states are vulnerable facing poverty and struggling with basic needs like food housing and healthcare but won't be the defining characteristic of this population is the considerable trauma. They've experienced i in their home countries. And then in the us. Here's how teacher carry. Bogart's saw the effects in her kindergarten classroom. In prince george's county. Some of the kids are just silent. Criers they will just sit and cry. Because they're missing their mom or they miss their family back in el salvador. Sometimes it can just be random outbursts of tears. Is mommy going to be at the bus stop. I'm worried that she's not going to be there. We'll hear more in a moment from our series on undocumented children in prince george's county public schools. That's today on. Consider this from npr. And w amu support for consider this from wmu comes from fortunate helping federal agencies faced cyber threats with four minutes security fabric covering a tax services including network endpoint application and access security details at fortinet dot com slash. Federal margarita alegria is chief of the disparities research unit at massachusetts general hospital and a professor at harvard. She was invited to help. Educators understand how to support large weeds of students crossing the border. They lost their cultural milieu. They lost their familiar. Languish customs their habits. They lost their social networks and many of them have lost their social status. Teach us to identify and understand the roots of behaviors like anger and frustration. And how to handle them before any learning can take place. Alegria says trauma can manifest. Also as physical problems headaches. Stomach aches insomnia concentration and learning problems. So here's where the teachers have to be very aware that concentration could be not that the kids are adhd but actually that the kids are really trying to deal with the trauma in this way under your soul. When nando was in the fourth grade his older brother was killed by gangs in el salvador. His mother was terrified for his safety so he stopped going to school for years. He stayed indoors. It felt like prison. Mandela's family didn't have enough to eat to at sixteen. He decided to make the treacherous journey to the us. Leaving behind his parents and younger brother he was helped by a smuggler. Otherwise known as cutie. North american biddle. I had a coyote. Who's helping me halfway through. The coyote took my money on left. I was sixteen. I worked on a farm in mexico for two months and made money to continue the journey. Sad i was tired. I felt desperate. Nando applied for political asylum at the border and after six months in two detention centers. His aunt and maryland became his sponsor. He was just settling into a routine at school when he heard gangs had murdered his other brother as well. No sort of. You're three now. it's only me. Nando became depressed developed headaches and considered dropping out of school several times. Beth hood is a social worker at high point. High in beltsville. She says. Many children displayed remarkable resilience. Other struggle one of her students who seemed fine had a panic attack after seeing a small fight break out in the cafeteria. After that event she completely spiraled downward couldn't focus and class Was often tearful in talking with her about what was what caused the panic attack. She talked about having witnessed her best friend being killed so our students are not students that you can expect to just go into the classroom and learning welsh and refine nando. The teenager from el salvador lives in a rented room and works part time job until one in the morning so he can send money home. He says thanks to caring educators. He graduated the ceo. Jemma stood up with his on. The only woman buffed. So i wanted to show. My mother could achieve something my that. I wanted to do this for her. We miss each other so much. All the support is much harder to provide with school online. Social workers on doing much counseling anymore. They trying to locate students or provide tech support. It feels like everyone has boulders in their backpacks even for a school district like prince george's which has invested time and resources to better understand undocumented. Children it still really challenging but margarita. Alegria tells educators not to give up that any little thing they can do to give these children. Hope creates resilience. Schools are were kids. Spend most of the time. It's really the system of care where we can make the biggest gains and with help she says healing is very very possible. That's w am us the cardoza reporting on how prince george's county is seeking to educate its many undocumented children. You can read her. Full report on w. a. m. u. dot org dot com. Thanks for joining us for. Consider this from npr. Listen again next time. And we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm rachel courteous.

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Reconquest Episode 270: Admiring Saint Joseph

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11:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Reconquest Episode 270: Admiring Saint Joseph

"He's constantly deflecting. The attention of the reader to things that are seemingly in consequent the sandals the wood of the cross the nails themselves a hill even good friday which has mentioned this called a day And all of the stuff that would normally be in the foreground is put in the background and the stuff in the background is brought to the foreground. What do i mean by that. Well saint joe's picks up the nails so we begin with the bright blue nails. Then we get this reference to Saint joe's of the prince of carpenter man so he's picking them up why because he feared for too little sandals because those sandals are easy to puncture now but of course and he focuses on those sandals writing on sacred feet sandals. Don't ride i mean humans ride. We ride a horse or something. But he's he's he's Personifying these inanimate objects and focusing our attention on them and in so doing he brings an interesting focus to the whole picture So the he feared for the sandals so which road onto little sacred feet and then in the next stanza he talks about this hill. Between earth and heaven doesn't name calvary. He just refers to it as a hill One day it's good friday. It's not named to nails in a were driven. So the nails go into the cross. Well i it ignores the fact that they go into the feet and then as an afterthought he says where once road to and fastened it firm to the sacred feet as if the cross is being fastened firm to the feet and not the other way around when once where once road to little sandals sweet so even even the An and at the end we get the vision of the the carpenter shop saint joseph all dusty and rusty box of nails in the window sill and finally saint joseph sleeping under the hill. So it's i think it's poetic genius And and his his amazing ability to sort of reverse. What's in the foreground. And what's in the background. Which ironically has the effect of bringing that more important. Reality integrator relief I hope these poetic X. consultations of mine haven't put you to sleep so i do want to refer to another home that i will not read. This was by Brother is father feeney student by the francis. It's called apostrophe to saint joseph and it is very beautiful it's not the same style of poetry his father's but it's very beautiful and an An we'll help you to grow in appreciation of saint joseph because what he's focusing on his. How saint joseph fulfils things said about the just man in the new testament by our lord himself and now what. I'd like to to go to piece that. I wrote years ago which I called a ten years ago. In fact Called the passion of saint joseph and as we are coming on passion week. We're not too far from it By the time this this show airs Later sunday is is a recent memory. And therefore we're not far from passion tied the last two weeks of lent. It has always been believed that. Saint joseph died some time. Before our lord's passion the virgin father of our lord breathed forth his last surrounded by jesus and mary and thus became the patron of a holy death whereas the most holy virgin was predestined to participate directly and most closely in the passion of our lord so much so that she earned the title core. Damn trix not so. Saint joseph to speak then of the passion of saint. Joseph is to consider something other than the great carpenters direct participation in the events of good friday while his body and soul awaited their reunion the former in the tomb and the latter in the limbo of the just saint joseph's for knowledge and influence both made him an indirect but very real participant in the drama of our redemption. In when he speak of the the the body and solarium. I'm talking about in saint. Joseph himself he was in the limbo of the just and his His body was buried here on earth. The different places we think that different authors think saint joseph's tomb originally was. I'm going to mention one tradition later here but some people hold that he was That he was buried in in nazareth and bethlehem The tradition that. I'm gonna referred to down here by saint. Joseph is that he was buried within the garden of gifts emini I'm not sure we're saint. Joseph picked the saint jerome picked up on that but he did. That's the tradition. He relates to saint. Joseph was given foreknowledge of our lord's passion in nineteen fifty-six. The patriarch himself revealed this to the visionary sister. Mary ephrem noise uil as part of the revelations of our lady of america. So here's three. Paragraphs of quote from saint joseph to system mildred quote Well okay so mary. Ephrem is a religious name She was also mildred noise. Assoc- what they called her sister. Mildred and sister. Mary ephrem quote. My heart suffered with the hearts of jesus and mary. Mine was a silent suffering for. It was my special vocation to hide and shield as long as god willed the virgin mother and son from the malice and hatred of men. The most painful of my sorrows was that i knew beforehand of their passion yet would not be there to console them. Their future suffering was ever present to me and became my daily cross. I i became an union with my holy spouse cobra dempster of the human race through compassion for the sufferings of jesus and mary i cooperated as no other in the salvation of the world and quote of the revelations of private revelations of sanchez's to sister. Mary ephrem noise all in nineteen fifty. Six if his fore knowledge. Of our lord's terrible sufferings made him participate actively albeit indirectly in the passion. His influence made him also a unique passive participant for potencies. That saint joe's of had carefully fashioned for many years were put into act long after his death as his son trod the wine press alone according from isaiah sixty three which refers to the passion parents often observe each other's features in their offspring quote. You look just like your mother when you do that and quote or some. Such thing is commonly offered evoking either a pleasant or a painful correspondents between spouse and child. Jesus naturally looked very much like mary having received as he did all of his jeans from her and none from her husband. Now there's a footnote here and it's worth reciting here None that is to say by generation so our lord. I didn't get any of his physical features from saint joe's by generation because he wasn't generated by saint joseph But we ought not to forget that. Jesus was biologically related to his earthly father. Saint joseph's father. Jacob was the brother of mary's mother. Saint anne so mary and joseph therefore work cousins second cousins but more about But jeans are not all that goes into a child whether we call it education discipline or training the multifaceted art of child rearing impresses as much or more of the parent under the child as do the data contained on the double helix of the dna personality or temperament are already determined at birth of this. I am reasonably confident but character which is distinct from temperament is formed by bringing as saint. Joseph was truly father to our lord in every conceivable way than the strictly biological he was with mary responsible for jesus's upbringing that is the formation of his very unique character as a and israel he had the duty to foster of respect love piety and religious observance in the home head of the jewish domestic church of the holy house. He dutifully perform certain household religious ceremonies. At which jesus assisted as a poor artisan saint. Joseph also had the duty of teaching our lord trade and that an arduous one. In this light we can consider what saint paul man when he wrote to the hebrews that quote whereas indeed he was the son of god he learned obedience by the things which he suffered and quote from hebrews five eight finally as the male parent of the boy saint joseph was particularly responsible for imparting the masculine character that the son of god would bring to his mission to save our raise in a word. Our lord's practice of manly virtue was an icon that had been painted by saint joseph. Some may object to the foregoing as detracting from our lord's divinity. An explanation as to why it does not so detract may be helpful as the man. God jesus had four kinds of knowledge the divine knowledge the beatific knowledge the prophetic knowledge and the acquired knowledge. Let me unpack those very briefly so the divine knowledge is knowledge that he has as right. The other three are the knowledge that he has his man and he's true man he had a true human intellect and a true human will so with his intellect so there are different ways in which he did now so the beatific knowledge is the knowledge that he had as a comprehensive or as somebody who beheld the beatific vision at all times. The prophetic knowledge is that knowledge which was infused into him by god specifically for him to reveal supernatural choose to mankind again infused by god into the human intellect of our lord So for instance when he said it is not given to the son of man to know The the day nor the hour talking about the the The second coming. It doesn't mean he doesn't know it it means. It's not given to him in his prophetic knowledge to reveal as part of his mission.

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I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship

32:19 min | 1 year ago

Live at Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2019

"So i was traffic back in the seventies and eighties where you know kids didn't talk didn't tell you were threatened. You know my dog was going to be killed. My mom was going to be killed my brother sister. We're gonna be killed. If i saw anything of course as a child of three years old on to thirteen you learn to stuff it. You learn to always be busy always gone to avoid the person that's trafficking you but he was my dad out of my on bedroom so it's kinda hard to avoid that so he got away with it so i want to help other survivors of sexual abuse sexual assault because to me hand at human human trafficking and sexual assault and sexual violence all go hand in hand domestic violence. They all go hand in hand and i don't need help. I'm not in an abusive relationship. This is just how it is for us. It's a lie we tell ourselves one that many in abusive relationships repeats until they believe it but there's hope welcome to. I'm not in an abusive relationship a podcast about surviving domestic and sexual violence. This show is about. I hope you will hear from survivors of abuse and the stories may sound familiar. They may even inspire hope our goal is to connect with others in these toxic relationships to offer for that hope and was supporters of our mission anyone willing to help get rid of abuse and our culture. We also talked with the experts in the field from the officers in the front lines of domestic mastic abuse calls to the therapist advocates helping survivors navigate this complicated road of recovery. If you're in need of help please visit our website or call aw twenty four seven hotline eight hundred eight two eight two zero two three and this is an emergency need help immediately. Please call nine one one welcome to. I'm not in an abusive relationship with your host claudia pause. I'm dan moyle and here. We are at the walk. A mile events walk a mile in her shoes for domestic and sexual abuse services. This is as you know. Welcome to the show here. We are ready to walk a mile in their shoes for all victims and survivors or to kind of understand and what they get what they go through. The whole point is to have a little bit of fun. How many men do you see walking in high heels right so a little bit of fun but also just to <hes> take a minute to realize that so many people are impacted by this by this thing going on in our community so here we are today. We're gonna be talking to some <hes> participants. We'll be talking to volunteers. The people involved with basis s- thank you for listening. Thanks meals. I'm gonna last year was my first year <hes> and our board members so be careful what you ask for good good. Tell me your mind being just giving me a quick like y. Y you're walking. Oh it's a great cause and this is arthur year. This is my daughter amber and we done this three years. In a row and we're huge supporters of decca joy. I view and the guys wearing heels and you're like exact play. That's the best part so we always hoped. The guys are in front of us so we can. I kind of laugh at neil's fisher steve. Who were you walking today. Why are in your. I'm working for co workers. I worked for a company that is overwhelmingly women and the stories that i hear rather horrific uh-huh and i have never ever like bullies so did my third year logging and i want you to them as this is live on the jury for the hog roast dinner. There's even a twenty dollars gift a gift park dr and so come on over and play play cup is two dollars per day or three for five dollars. That's that's a great deal hard the congress dinner a teacher. We have these beautiful bracelets here or abandon. So it's two dollars i five dollars for three drops. There you go and then whatever whatever category you'd like it to fall into you could drop it from the top and hope that it wants it bounces all the way down. Hopefully it'll land wearing too and it is definitely a hobby gross. There's august dinner ticket and then whoever's next can pick it up and glass jordan this here walking. How many years have you walked on. This is my second year doing this second year and if if you don't mind me asking why why do you walk. Who do you walk for like. What's your reasoning for being here so my wife works at <unk> so that's how i know about it but but <hes> she'd see her passion for it and her history with domestic violence and this she's had and just her passion for it makes me want to come out here erin walk and support you know what they do because i think what they do is awesome and help so many people until i love to see that supported anyway i can mary good and and i assume you'll be wearing heels today. Absolutely some bright red wine. Most likely i like to read. I can't find a red ones that fit me for some reason i'm wearing just black ones but i mean you know sensible black pumps right yeah exactly yeah you gotta do what you can have a little bit of fun with it yeah exactly awesome. We'll good luck. Walk into the all right thank you. I'll we're gonna turn the tables. I'm diane manny. <hes> so i'm <hes> with basis we have podcast oga. I'm gatherings sounds nassau and other stuff just asking questions you might. Maybe i mean eh so being on the other side of the microphone reference exactly but it's casualness <hes> so obviously you're here with w._w. Mt manny so you're you're supposed to be here but what's what's your takeaway so far from <hes> from this talking to people from being here yet credible the support and turn out of the community <hes> people come out to this is really important to people people dealing with domestic violence or sexual assault to see that they have support of so many people really surprised and really happy that there's this many people out here and <hes> everyone's been real nice and great and also we will be lining up on the corner for the law is so all you walkers strap on those red hot meals or pink romero and get ready to walk. It's amazing when the women walk in the room to see her especially ones that it just got there really upset or just separated from their pets and they'll comment and they'll sit down and they'll be in tears and even just watch is they start patting her just watch them relaxed from head to toe and then within minutes there smiling and they're laughing and they're you know taking it from negative to positive even they're just they they leave with a smile on their face when they came in with tears in their eyes so it's it's really awesome to see what she could do and like i said and sometimes i wonder if that there is room for them her. She'll just lay down and let him and she knows too when they really need her. She'll lay in their lap and hold her head like late in their lap and on top of them like give them pressure and just sit still and if you know she's just not really not that that upset or whatever shall lay next to him so she can really tell you can really tell them they need and when you say she we're talking about your dog because michelle dog therapist therapist at at the shelter with basis and what's her name riley riley only been doing this show. She just got certified a year ago so <hes> she's been asked us for about six seven months now visiting we got almost weekly credible and so you've seen some some impact packed even in that short a time on him and sometimes <hes> ellen will send me an email and say we have a resident here who really needs to see her now and not wait until you're <hes> <hes> visit and we'll come in that day. I'll try to do whatever i can get there and even if it's for half an hour or no calm but like i said you can watch them smile or they'll come in tears nearly cassville really awesome to watch she can do. What's your name. Corey adams corey <hes>. You're here at welcome mile. Are you here for a specific. Reason thought person like why do you walk back. <hes> <hes> i'm walking <hes> you know i it's it's mostly for the riverside church group <hes> we wanted to show our support and just really wanted to know that people really do care and that god adler everybody and and there's there's always hope there's always there's always people care about you no matter where you go softcore <hes> fellow riversiders so cheers for being as a first year. This is my first year. Yes he never walked in. He'll be scared a a little bit i i i gave him a little test test. Drive you know tried them on standing grass and the first thing that happened was my heel dug in a in a abell got stuck in a just kinda head me a moment where <hes> i'm a little leery about it. We'll have to go slow. Take a look at dan. He's i mean. This dude is going. I got classic black jamie although josh i love the red gary yeah well. That's all right. We'll give it to rock kind of worrisome c._n._n. A big man like that and going on rescued be listed ratchet a little dog and doc than find any keels for her though she looks comfy though what's what's her name <hes> lily gene being the third the third leg lily gene bean and what's your name riley main. I riley so you're out walking talking a mile with with your mind and your mom. Do you mind me asking why who are you working for someone in particular just just because well we are here representing saint joe county transportation so all right and what is saint joe county transportation do with. How does that relationship work <hes> well mom. Here's i worked for. I'm the mobility manager for the county transportation authority and routine on millions i and superficial so is this conversation yeah and we we like to assist <hes> people that are in desperate situations. Help them with transportation transportation to wherever they need to go so if someone's finding themselves in a situation where they need to leave their home stage transportation is part of that planning they can yes or if they're at the domestic assault shelter we pick up people there and to take them wherever like if they need to even do trips to new schoolcraft where we drop them off and then they get picked up by the metro they're like from not in this county so we do rights rights and stuff for that assist in we'd like to be able to help them or just if they need to just travel around three rivers. We have the circle line that we'll stop there and pick them up resources for those in the yes. Yes definitely now. Is this your first time at the walk. Yes it is. Do you think so far. I love love it. I love it following jamie. So you gotta love it. I love it. I'm gonna post this picture with the shoes in the matching draft. We're going to take the corner. He's and take them off. That's what i said last year. It's more than a mile. It's more than about sweating uh-huh inside so wonderful hostess podcasting rubbing trason personalized great jamie tomorrow it might you up for the walk at the chelsea manning for the podcast. Here's i turned the tables and now he's editing this. You can hear that evil laugh. Thanks man walk as we're walking. People are obviously just having fun jamie in the background cheering people on keeping a fun even though some of us are in pain but also just the conversations going on joe county transportation authority other organizations to citizens talking. It's really cool to see the connection action over such a good cause over such a thing that affects so many people talk about domestic abuse and sexual assault take great cause and a great group of people. It's just a great agency that we support so we love it and plus walking in heels once a year plus too you know. Are you feeling horrible. I carrying although i'm dan. I'm with the podcast that we have days. We have a podcast. It's awesome. Thanks so what's what's your question answering questions which fill fill yup real nice to meet you <hes> so. Can you tell me why you're walking for someone in particular is it for the idea why you walk into <hes> it's like she's so she works parts for the domestic islands place <hes> domestic violence shelter and it's just the way to support her office for the women in in our community in general so for some walk in heels yeah up for someone who has a feel a lot more challenging expected. I am someone who wishes nights the second that i kind of feel like i used to wear cowboy boots. Maybe that'll help. You used to work boots yes now. I know you do your stupid yes. She doesn't know what can we both we usually have. Maybe an inch thick thick keel push putting putting your weight's onto a quarter inch quarter square inch thinks he had no. It's not okay but it's it's. It's good cost so that's all it matters on. This is your first time yup and you were shelter do e._s. What's your name lydia. So what does this mean for you to be part the honestly it's just a really cool opportunity. It's cool to see how many people showed up to walk and spread awareness and it's cool. How many people have stopped. Everyone been mike. Hey what's this for and you're able to spread like that information about mission what we do walking. Thanks reportedly hold hold on joshua's running almost trotting trotting feeling that good or you just want to get it done with a little more for the one get done with now. Obviously podcast listeners are listening. They can't see but man you got. Your jeans rolled up to your calves. It's it's pretty beautiful. I was as you're a runner. I am like how does this feel as a runner. This feels way different running. Ah good luck and while we're walking. I ran into another board member. Jill hi jill has has the low going tennis shoes so you're a board member. I want to ask you a couple of questions that are yeah all right <hes> besides being a board member what brought you out to the walk today because i'm involved with the child sexual abuse prevention and it all kind of all work together to help the people i imagine. I don't know if we'll use all this or not but we'll just gotta talk for a minute. I imagine working in that like i know you do educating kids. It's you you hear a lot. You help hopefully stops things how do you how do you deal with them. If they tell surfaced story that's the start of the healing process than if they tell me what's happening to them then it can be reported and that hopefully we can stop the situation when they keep it a secret and they don't know what's happening to them is wrong. It just continues is that part of what drew you to then as well to the board is absolutely absolutely. They all kind of go together. Limiter abuse children are abused and if we can stop stop this. That'd be a wonderful thing what i find amazing about the walk is that you run into people you you learn stories you hear stories and i ran into due to rita so rita has quite a story so you're interning. You're going to intern with basis so you're in in intern. Turn with day since september but you have a story about why you're doing it so tell me about the professional side of it and then maybe we can get into a little bit of your personal story then too so i i got i pick. I didn't plan on coming tas. I'm happy that i am <hes> so my story is that i've been fighting. Human trafficking on the east side of the state on my student student graduation graduated from eastern so i never planned on coming back to the side of the state because when i was a kid i was traffic on the side of the state. I was never gonna come back but my my mom so you were you were traffic so you're a survivor while yes so i was traffic back in the seventies and eighties where you know kids didn't talk didn't tell you or threatened rutten. You know my dog was going to be killed. My mom was going to be killed my brother sister. We're gonna be killed if i saw anything so of course as a child from three years old on to thirteen you learn to stuff it. You learn to always be busy always run to avoid the person that's trafficking you but i was my dad out of my own bedroom so it's kind of hard to avoid that so he got away with it so i want to help other survivors of of sexual abuse sexual assault because to me hand at human trafficking and sexual assault and sexual violence all go hand in hand and domestic violence they all go hand in hand and i'm not saying that every person that has domestic violence has been traffic but i would say there's gotta be a handful in there but the problem is people. Don't know what human trafficking is so. How can you change something something if our generation doesn't know what it is when i ask people in vicksburg what human dragging as they're like oh you mean like the movie taken nothing against the movie taken but that's not really what it is is. It's our foster. Kids are kids that no one notices. It's our kids from bad families so you you describe a little bit there so tell tell me then what human human trafficking is and how we can begin to pull it out of the shadows well pulling it out of the shadows would be knowing what labor labor trafficking and sex trafficking is sex trafficking starts with somebody grooming someone so does labor trafficking groom someone by being like oh. I'll be your friend. I'll i'm going to get you a pair of shoes shoes because all while you need shoes and then it goes from shoes to like hey can you give me massage and then it goes through massage like oh you know what can you do the sexual act for me so it starts off very slowly and the the the groomer or the pimp knows what to do and that's what my dad did to me with all the men who came to our house and i didn't know i thought it was normal that he sexually abused because started three so. I was told that i was supposed to let men touch me into awful things to me at night in my room. So of course i hate the home that i grew up in live right next door to it and i can't even stand. I'm looking at the house but you know it starts so simple in its by you know having a little girl or little boy sit on your lap. You know you guys. You got to change the behavior. You gotta teach little kids. No it's not okay to sit on that old man's lap or that lady's lap. I mean women do it as well but not as much so you know i think it's just we need to educate our our communities. Every community for people that say it doesn't happen are fully means that happens in every community in every state every town so your your next step right now as an intern with basis for your masters excited starts in september so just like less than a month away so is this your. Is this your first welcome. Oh yes. This is my first walk a mile. I'm really gig to see how the community has come out and just how everyone on the board is really encouraging people in talking to people in like getting the word out there because the only way it's gonna change is like why are people walking in heels like that's going to be on the news and it's going to be a spot people to say hey. There's help here and i think that's really cool. Thank you for being a part of this quick conversation. I want invite you back to our full show at some point. Have you talk deep dive deep deep renzo. Maybe do anything to help you also lose for coming out you know in two thousand eighteen domestic and sexual abuse service says served nine hundred ninety eight individuals with our services so that's an example is very much needed and your support. We also also on that nine hundred ninety eight individuals two hundred and forty about individuals state in our home in house shelter so <hes>. Let's give them the shelter staff wpro. Thank you staff staff frazier. Hand swing your arms around everybody whatever vision i got a ticket inside of our tent. Each one of our staff numbers has created an information board for your information so you know what our organization is all about what services services we provide and how we go about him so please take a look at the boards of both for your favorite one because staff members gonna win a little prize today. If they're award is selected so a couple of minutes ago one of our handy dandy militares raise your hand she swing around and she picked her favorite threat walkers so we can have our best strut are m._v._p. And our twinkle toes come forward shoot we really appreciate with the participation we ask the gentleman who are planning to walk would collect pledges so each year we have individuals who quack the most budges ages and our individual this year collected. The most pledges for our organization was nine hundred fifteen dollars and that's jamie smith. They're not only do we collect individuals but groups get together and collect pledges with that said we had a group today that joined us that collected over one hundred dollars budget light lifelessly insurance adulation guys so now we can have all the chief. He's come forward. We're going to have jog parade to your doggies on. We're gonna have you walk around a little circle with your doggies so they can be judged for the prizes the best costumes so bring your doggy up. Everybody free approaches up. Do you know the reason why we have the doc. Walking are welcome island l. in her shoes as individuals sometimes find themselves in situations where they have a barrier to leave and abuse of situation if they have a pet sometimes we are able to saving for months used as a form of victimization animals awesome. We honor that so. We want to celebrate cut owners today. I'm here at the dog. Walk a mile <hes> with madison madison <hes> as mattias now as the madison medicine. Why do we invite dogs to come out to this walk. A mile. We invite dogs. Come out to this walk. A mile because dogs dogs are greatly impacted by domestic violence <hes> just not just as much as <hes> the survivors but <hes> it's been been shown that twenty five to fifty percent of survivors soleil leaving their perpetrators because they fear what will happen to their pets which is completely understandable expandable. We we love our pets and <hes> seventy percent of domestic violence victims have reported that they were also their pets were also threatened and injured or even killed by their perpetrators so and pets are very important to everyone and they it's they value them a lot and so it's understandable and that's why we like to bring dogs out to the dog. Walk that way we can bring awareness this and <hes> pet parents potential exit plans <music> for how to exit <hes> abusive relationships with their pets so so not only the pets walk. Maybe with us. I saw a few of those <hes> when we had some fun we we just heard about two but then we're giving them information for their strategy exit plan type thing planning planning very good and how how is the <hes> turnout ben for pets fun. Yes lots of heads of come. It was a little slow in the beginning but a lot of pets came out a lot of of them had costumes and they're really excited. The got their little goodie bags from chow hound. <hes> people bought the raffle tickets for the basket that was donated by <unk> dot dot com. That was really exciting yup. I said that kind of support on the world wonderful thank you. Thank you so much time. What what do you do with this. I'm i'm an intern i in turn this summer and i worked a lot with putting together this walk in supporting the walk a mile talking about the podcast nice board up their awesome thank you how's it going to allow. Thanks for asking dan. It's good. It's nice. People have been trickling in most today. I'm during everyone seems to be having a good time and that's all that matters to me i am the walk was my favorite last year. I didn't get walk with everyone else. Bannon man in the booth but the guys cracking up there is such good sports and that's my favorite part as long as everyone's good awesome jesse jackson lunch now yet. Just give some of that work mr president. I was locked for who's good. A lot of one turn out. I think i noticed you or your flats. No sense sense of being silly about a thing like that yeah. I've done that twice. Get one of those experiences you pay to do once wouldn't pay a nickle do it again. That's good. That's good to see a lot of familiar faces out this year. I met some new students so <hes> back. We talked to a guy that wants lost volunteer high so it was a good day excellent so rose the head of davis executive director how i was today for you. I think today was a was good. I would always love for there to be a bigger turnout. You know you always want as many people as possible here but the the number of people that were here was was encouraging. I think that we have people who are committed to this. Organization who are committed to survivors are committed to being a voice for survivors and and saying that that they're not going to tolerate gender violence anymore. So you're plead on is to get more people out. Yeah absolutely absolutely we want got to get as many people involved as possible we can. We can broaden our voice. We can speak louder with more people and so it's always encouraging when we get more and more people involved one on where people who are willing to step up and and speak out and say no more any great. <hes> stories are funny things that happened today but what's your favorite takeaway today. My favorite takeaway was the earliest tail on the cutest dog ever yeah yeah because we have a dog walk road because you know sometimes that's a barrier your tender vittles leaving you know as we already know so we wanted to. We wanted to honor our pet lovers too so awesome any last thoughts on the welcome island nineteen last thoughts are saved the date for twenty eight twenty twenty excellent. That's the third sunday's second saturday second saturday in august i can count. I swear the second saturday in august twenty twenty eight thousand six risk aiming suez the event wraps up and everybody starting to close it down and pack up the chairs and stack things up and shut down the the games for the kids. What a great event. This was again this year but as you heard ros- say that big plea is to come out be a part of it. It is the second second saturday of august every year downtown three rivers michigan lafayette park you donations. You don't have to raise a certain amount to be huge. You know our our biggest donors thousand dollars that jaime brought in with all of his pledges and donors and that kind of thing so it can be a community effort. Oh can be just your own twenty. Five dollars gets you a shirt shirt so come on down to walk a mile in her shoes. Keep an eye out for twenty twenty as always good a. M. i. dot org to get involved the donate to volunteer and just to be a part of this. Thank you for listening. Thank you for listening to. I'm not in a relationship if these stories resonate with you when you need help. Please visit our website d. a. s. s. dot org. That's basis m. I. dot org or call our hotline at eight hundred eighty two eight two zero two three. We are here to walk alongside you. Have you know someone who might benefit from our show. Please share social media email simply telling someone about it all help us spread the word and help us to combat domestic and sexual violence. We also welcome financial and volunteer support. 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The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis - 07/09/20 Full SHOW!!

The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

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The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis - 07/09/20 Full SHOW!!

"Kostov. Comfortable cow. Bags. It is your morning ritual. Yes, hi! Darren Lewis with you here. T am seven hundred. Tucson's most stimulating talk. Thanks for hanging out three things. That I think you need to know. Number One. Oh, baby! It just it doesn't. It doesn't get any better, does it? It just doesn't ever change. It looks like and I put this on my facebook page I. Don't understand the whole panic. It's there. It's on my facebook page. You go to the Department of Health Services website. I know it's exciting. It looks like it says here. The number of covert nineteen cases that are hospitalized by date. It looks like we peaked. On June fifteenth with one hundred six ever since then, it's been on a downward trend. That's almost a month now. There's not like a four day thing almost a month. It peaked almost a month ago. What what is the deal with? This again is on my facebook page I tweeted it out. I'll put on parlor as well as Garrett Lewis Parlor same on twitter. What is going on second thing? I think you need to know if it's not. The dictator Herself Radical Regina. Her equal up in Phoenix Crazy Kate Gago whose brother is Ruben. He's another crazy Democrat congressman. She goes on CNN. and. You can't make up this stuff. Goes on CNN. And says that doctors in hospitals are rationing care. Rationing CARE! Here in Arizona. Because, our hospitals are just overwhelmed. What? What the. So, let me just tell you banner. Put out a statement right after that and said No. We are not rationing care. We are not rationing care. We're not triaging people. Know that that would banner health, which I'm not a fan of comes out and says that they told Channel Three in Phoenix, reporter David Celtic Bianco. He tweeted banner Hair Better Health Arizona's large healthcare system told me they are not triaging patients or rationing care quote. We have adequate beds. Staffing equipment supplies the medications at this time. Unsure about other hospital systems, but they're fine. They're the largest sure okay. Do they just go on and lie? We have the audio to prove this is crazy. Third thing that I think you need to know. Joe Biden caught plagiarizing again. He's coming out on team Bernie And he actually plagiarized. Bernie's idea. Bernie said he wanted to see his Bernie's thing. He wanted to create civilian core of unarmed first responders such as social workers. EMT's and train, mental health professionals who can handle. Order maintenance violations mental health emergencies right. Joe Biden put out a statement. He wants to create a Sylvia civilian core of. Unarmed first responders have just social workers. EMT's and trained mental health professionals who can handle nonviolent emergencies including maintenance violence oppor of maintenance violations, mental health emergencies. It goes on. So Joe Biden who I plagiarize got caught. Plagiarizing an idiot was ready to drop out from the presidential race continues it thirty two years later. The question is does he remember that he played thirty two years ago? Tree things I think you need to know. He might Gary what what's the the new. York Times said we are the number one. Arizona's number, one baby number one hot spot for the global pandemic. Why are you talking about that? Regina Happily tweeted that. Because I know the truth. We've had so many people call this show and say the numbers are so inflated. So insane so insane. And by the way the New York Times is fake news last time I checked. They just blew it again with the idea that somehow Russia was paying the Taliban to kill our troops. Remember that one turns out. That was a big giant lie. Thing about trump being a Russian agent has a big giant lie. How many more lives do you need from them anymore more? Wow. You need ten more lies really right really. It's been at least ten though at least ten. Going to need some celebrity lies in there. You know as well. Stuff Well we do we do have we have eating their own. We've all this stuff right all these things but yesterday. I told you about radical Regina by the way. If you missed any of the show, we have a couple of great clips on our page. Dot Com also. My IHEART Radio Channel iheartradio DOT COM gary. Lewis you find it? Where we had one guy that works for one of the big hospitals here in town, one of the two big hospitals calling up saying we have so many ICU beds available. We even expand even further sitting empty. We had a dad call in said that his daughter tested negative at her doctor's office, but they said we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA record this as presumptive negative, which counts as a positive for pima, county in Arizona, and we can bill more and the nurse told. The nurse told my wife Yeah. These numbers are total BS. His name is Sean it's all there. It's really incredible. Really incredible. So you had regina lying on CNN. I proved that yesterday videos on my page Communist. He Dot Com. I even have the stats from Saint. Mary's Saint Joe's showing twenty four ICU beds between just those two hospitals, not even the big ones by the way and she went on CNN. Say We between five and ten ICU beds. In Pima County. We're in trouble. And my wife like why what can happen. I said I. Know You don't get arrested for lying you it doesn't it's? We have the free market in this country? But people don't know I know there's always going to be crazies that watch CNN believe every single word of it. I understand that nothing we could do about it. It sucks other. We do just keep fighting the fight. I want you to hear number seventy three. Kate Gago. is on CNN with Poppy Harlow. and. They play some guy who claims that. Arizona's in gigantic trouble and then Kate Geigo goes out the lies, and I just told you, but I'll tell you again, but I just told you. What is happening? In the state of Arizona especially with banner, which I'm not a fan of, but they. They put the statement so I. Want you to hear this number seventy three? Just listen to this here. We go there. I'd like your reaction to something. We just heard from former Harvard medical. School Professor Dr, William, his teen. Listen to what he told me about. What he says is happening in your state right now. There's something called crisis standards of care that is about to be already implemented in Arizona and it may be in a number of these other states that actually means it means that if you're old, you get sent home without care and you die. That's what it means. Is that happening in Phoenix. What's going on? Unfortunately, our medical professionals don't have the resources they need. And so they are being asked to make difficult decisions. I want to stress if you're having a heart attack. If you think you may be having a stroke, please go to the emergency room. There is the ability to care for individuals. But we are not meeting. All We're not meeting. The Standard. So she's like. Yes, that's happening but I. DON'T WANNA I can't lie that much to where it literally stops you from the hospital of a heart attack. I mean she's contradicting herself. Yes, you know if you're having a stroke, you having a heart attack, please go to the hospital. And then she Rwanda just like five seconds right on my, but she said, but we're not meeting the standards of care. Where is it trust me? The media is so insane in the state of Arizona that if there were people being sent home like Hey, you're seventy. Eight and a half cove ed piece out brother. That would be a big story. And by the way, the hospitals would never send them home because they want to get the Monday. It makes no sense. It's Joe Biden. It makes no sense makes no sense. I know I'm not the only one that sees this right. It makes Dallas from CNN. Thank you Joe I appreciate that. He has no idea what I just said by the way. So, let's continue. Listen to this. Difficult decisions. I want to stress if you're having a heart attack. If you think you may be having a stroke, please go to the emergency room. There is the ability to care for individuals. But we are not meeting the standards of care in all cases that we want to. We've been very stretched with intensive care beds. We also need the federal government to help us with both more resources for medical personnel, more medical personnel and additional funding particularly for our safety net health care system. That is a sobering reality that yes, indeed you, in Phoenix have people that you cannot treat no matter their age. That is Rage tragic. It is awful. If you want it, is you watch video, right? Yes! This poppy, Harlow, the CNN! She is like I'd zero headlights. Guy God, I'll put this on my page. A CANISTER DOT com. Don't you worry about it, but you heard that right? You heard what she said. You heard what she said. We. Don't have the resources. They're making difficult decisions there yet again. Banner Health Tells David Celtic Yano reporter Channel Three up in Phoenix. Quote. We have adequate beds, staffing, equipment, supplies and medications. At this time we are not triaging or rationing care. And the largest hospitals healthcare system in Arizona. I, this is nuts and you know this is where you'd say you'd want to see if. Doug Ducey had a spine. If you didn't just slither around like like like a snake that he is, he be on twitter, he'd be happy to be talking to the media saying. We can't have. We have enough going on here. Like I'm screwing up. Your Life wouldn't say that more than more than I should, but doozy should stand up and say we need leaders elected leaders, and she's are so cone leader to stop. fearmongering stopped pushing the fear. We are not doing this. This was so irresponsible from Kate Gago so irresponsible. But Doug Ducey doesn't say anything. because. He's a snake and he's a Wuss and he's not a leader and he's feckless. How could he not respond to this? I know how it is because he could eat ruins businesses, and he threatens businesses. He's a jerk store. There Doug Ducey. So I mean he wants. Doug Ducey has no problem threatening businesses. Closing down gyms claim remember that we're in a threat. Last week, we played Egger. We don't even want education his office. We want the full enforcement. Go sight them twenty five hundred bucks. Find Him do it do it. Yet. He won't say a damn thing about the mayor of Phoenix lying on national TV about care being rationed. This goes to show you how you literally can't trust. Anything CNN reports. They had some old SCHLEP. Who was that Guy Again? Who is that guy? Should I don't even know slept guy? That's who he is. He's SCHLEP. Guy I have no idea where this this frigging guy is. He was speaking. He was speaking, said yes, they arrived. You know what that's doing. His Is Willy, William. HAZELTINE chairman and president of Access Health International. Putting out fake failures by the way, the Chiron, which is the graphic the words below him. When he was speaking on CNN, said few ICU beds available in Pima County as e as cases surge. It is a lie. It is a gigantic lie. I'm over it you over at I think we're over it, yeah. I'm looking access health international here. Let's Day. Maybe. Puerto Black lives matter. We'll find out. They collect for them Democrats Blah Blah Blah. Poking. Well. It's all right. Let me let me take. A quick break is by the way Admiral Brick Gawar I, think a garage, or whatever his name is part of the The president's team is good guy. He actually did a minute forty five second rant on what they're actually doing and they're. The feds are paying for these testing sites in this, and they've stuff everywhere and GEICO's at we need more resources from the Federal Government and Regina. We did you mean? I mean I. May Not I'll stick it on the video. My page underneath put. Kate goes video and garage video. They're just just you can see all. Try to put his video there. We'll see. Don't go anywhere I've much much more to get to. Because then the fact again am I missing things. We peaked in daily hospitalizations almost a month ago. Were the biggest hotspot there. I'll explain coming up. This is probably do you know how many people are actually currently infected according to the numbers and their inflated here in Arizona has over one hundred thousand cases you may there are. I'll give that to. I'm sick of the insanity. Kfi Am seven hundred. Mash free. Gary Lewis with you. It is your morning ritual and I appreciate you hanging out with me. So shocking, that is going to be hot again. Eighty-three once again already this morning one. Oh, seven day one zero nine, Friday I'll. Maybe one hundred fourteen on Sunday and I blame you for that. What? Else. You but I believe you. Why am that hot you? But You well there you go on a scale in two hundred one fourteen there. You go graduations. For Your? Camera Look Oh my gosh. He just did the trouble shuffle. So just right on cue by the way I get the update from my my particular source that sends me the information about Saint Mary's Saint Joe's. It was sent out last night at eight sixteen pm, and he just emailed it to me this morning just now two minutes ago. Women it ago. And it's a couple of things, says new covid nineteen cases in Pima County by day. It looks like here. We peaked on June twenty fifth. which is what would that be be five two weeks ago? Two weeks ago. Before the Highest Day was June seventeenth. So there you go what what what's happening? It's not because of masks by the way, but anyway. And then he semi said right now as of last night eight six PM. There are nineteen beds available in Saint Mary's to Saint Joe's. It's twenty one just for them doesn't even include banner or TMC who both say! They have plenty of room and they're doing just fine. Just fine, and that's from banner i. told you that's what the guy told the reporter up in Phoenix. Again Banner said. that they they are, they are just fine. David counter biannial. Arizona Department of Health Services he actually tweeted out. Last night is David. They just told me they are not aware of any hospital doing triage care or denying care to patients yet. That was said on CNN. Oh Man. And to be on the city's awaiting comment from the mayor's Office Banner Health told him. They have adequate resources. No one's being denied care I. mean this is bad when this happens, right? I don't trust elected officials like honestly like anybody voting for these people in the next round of elections like Rajar even as a gay go check of. How do you trust these people and you see their signs out, says vote for me and have a big smile on her face. How do you do it? I mean there's holding your nose and voted from Sally. But how do you vote for somebody who is lying to your face? violating the rights possibly. Understand I don't understand. I don't get it. I. Don't get it either made this. They'd just too ignorant to understand that they're being lied to maybe I. I don't know I. Don't know sorry. That's that's only it's totally right and again I all my facebook page on my twitter I. Have the stats of the hospital I took a screen shot of it June fifteenth was the peak of hospitalizations by day cases that are hospitalized by date one. Oh, six was fifteen hundred and fifteenth down to eighty two the next day on June sixteenth. Down to sixty six on the seventeenth sixty seven on the eighteenth, sixty one on the nineteenth of June. And then it goes down from there. Forty six. On the twentieth fifty, one, fifty, fifty, five, forty, nine, is going forties, thirties, thirty seven, as of June twenty-ninth, which is ten days ago eleven days ago. Thirty one on July. I I mean. So. We have that and you know the number of cases because all you here's what we have over one hundred thousand cases of the Chinese virus, right, you know many cases according to the Department of Health are hospitalized in this state of seven point, three, million, five, thousand, three, hundred, eighty seven. So when you hear the news, and even our news and I've Yeldham. Man There are over a hundred thousand cases five, this five, thousand, three, hundred, eighty, seven, currently hospitalized. Were released yesterday. It was a record. Cova discharge yesterday, five hundred forty three people went home. The day before four, hundred, twenty four. The day before that Ford Seventy Five. Do the math do the math in your head very quickly. If you go back to just July first you ready for this one. Right he calculator open. Open your calculator. If you don't mind, you just do it. Just do it. Open your mind. Live on the air? You're ready, four, hundred, twenty two. which is July first plus three forty one July second. Plus four twenty five. On July discharge. On July Fourth of July four hundred fifty eight people went home Mirka. Four hundred seventy, five on July fifth, four, Fifty, eight four. Then four seventy five. Four twenty, four and five forty three. So how many of those people what what does that? Add Up to the past week? Three thousand, Eighty, eight, thirty, three, thousand, eight, three, thousand, eight, hundred eight people went home in the last week and we have five thousand. Five. What what is it again? Let me let me look at this real quick Five thousand. Three hundred, Eighty, seven overall in hospital right now. Seems to be pretty end of the world. Panic panic and again out of those cases hospitalized. How many actually have covid? A Many It's not what we think. What about people who stay home and get well? Well that's and that's another thing. And how many people actually one person the family gets at everybody stays home. They don't they don't get tested. They just assume they have at the numbers, aren't there? I mean the death rates even lower. It's even I'm just I I'm almost overall this, but when we get back I, want you to hear it quick sound bite because you know it's bad. When? The media starts telling you. The death ray doesn't doesn't mean any the death rate. Dropping doesn't mean anything and trump drove nuts yesterday because he tweeted the death rates dropping. This is great news. Foul Gee said it's not. It's not great. News skies a complete maniac. If trump loses. He needs to eat. It'll because he because he didn't fire FAO cheap, but I don't think he's GonNa lose. I. Don't think he's GonNa. Lose. This voucher, guys! He's out of control. Biggs is right. He's the only one saying it i. wish would no chance that the worst Martha mcsally island would ever do that. It's Dan McCarthy. Is My man anyway I? We you'll get that sound bite when we come back, it is, it is incredible Don't go anywhere. It is your morning ritual with me, Gary Lewis Kansas James of ninety two sons would on Kennedy. Just, so you know you can listen at home by telling Alexa play. On iheartradio! In joy this stimulation. I love it so Oh, the CDC! Is GonNA release new school reopening guidelines because trump said this is garbage. It's run like a prison. You can only walk this way in the hallway. You must stay apart from each other dude By the people that there are media members that are out there, saying trump doesn't care about kids health. Are you going? Say the same thing about the American Academy of Pediatrics because they're the ones that said, get the kids in school right away. Or are you going to say the same thing about the biggest children's hospital and candidates in Toronto they? Get to get the kids to school. No masks get them in there. Get them in there. Ryan phone so No, it's not. It's not off tough. No. Now it is and your mic on no. I was GONNA. Say though this whole. Disney kimbler myself well. Stop listening to yourself. That's true everybody else has. Now. I mean the whole thing. Keeping all distance departs probably a good thing with the hormones. So so I love it by the way the economy is gonNA. Play the Chris Hayes son just a second. I have again the the actual screen shots showing that the hospitalizations pecan people right and great comments. I mean think about this. Maybe they p because the CDC guidelines saying that if you have a cough. And a headache you qualify as Kobe even if you don't test positive. Like how many of those are in there? And I love all. We're told members wait two weeks. It's always two weeks behind wait two weeks, and this is almost a month behind now. It's now July ninth. We peaked June fifteenth so people runway two weeks and you know it's funny, so. You can tell that the media is losing. It went again. The death rate declining is not viewed as good. Listen to Chris, Hayes number seventy five because cases are going up, but hospitalizations are going down, which again means? It's not as bad as we thought, and it's actually affecting the people that don't get his six. They don't have to go to the hospital. Doesn't matter. It's worse than ever Chris. As says, listen to this EASY MSNBC Geeky. We go Miami Dade. County Florida their now. As many patients on ventilators as there were just ten days ago, the number of Corona virus related calls to fire departments is going up. Cases in Florida are going up. Cases in Arizona are going up. Cases in Georgia are going up cases in South Carolina are going on. What about this is in Texas are going up. The same story over and over and over again, and we know this story because we've seen this story before and some ways. It never really ended a lot of ways. It is worse than ever. Worse than ever I mean. They died by the thousands every day in New York. Thousands every day a new jersey, but now it's worse than ever as the death rate lowers. Please believe me it is worse than ever. I swear it is. Listen I, was GONNA come out and say trump wants her family today. Oh Yeah I have some stuff that will knock your socks. I gotta get to this Quotes. And tell me if they sound familiar I'll tell you. The time quotes from officials doctors in two thousand eighteen about the flu because it was so bad. Sounds very similar to what they're saying today. That's coming nine three. Obama yes, yes, hi! Gary Lewis with, you. It is your morning ritual. Canister am seven hundred. Tucson's most stimulating Shaw, talk, Talk Talk. Ready to go to more pushups when I hear this own. Three things I think you need to know. Number one despite the media hysteria. I have this graphic from the Arizona Department of Health, I took a screen shot of it. Put It on my facebook page parlor page at Gary Lewis twitter page gear Lewis. It looks like that. We peaked in. Cases hospitalized by date on June fifteenth with one hundred six here in Arizona. It's gone down significantly ever since and we're I mean think about this June. June sixteenth. It's twenty five days ago almost four weeks almost a month. It's dropped like crazy raimondo. What was the number? We had of about the way the actual number of cases. The state is five, thousand, three, hundred, eighty, seven, according to Department of Health, not over one hundred thousand, and what was the amount that was discharged the three thousand mediate. Thousand eight over the past week. Incredible. Second thing I think you need to know the mayor of Phoenix Kate Gago caught lying on CNN just like Regina just like Regina. Some some SCHLEP goes on. CNN claims that Arizona is so overwhelmed. The hospital there rationing care. banner how Banner Health! The biggest system in Arizona reached out to a reporter from channel, three naming named David Celtic Bianco. And he said. Banner tells me they are not triaging. Patients were rationing care quote. We have adequate bed, stamping equipment supplies and medications at this time. I mean she's literally lying. Where's Ducey on this? Where is that clown? Causing fear third thing I think you need to know. And My. Oh, what am I sources just sent me this which is incredible would be more than seven oh five. because. Should the kids go back to school? People are so ill informed. It's insane. It's insane, right? In France. They just published. Their their Institut Pasteur scientists there. They just publish their study. And it says here here's the summary Cova nineteen and primary schools, no significant transmission among children or from students to teachers. So you lazy, frigging teachers, and if you're not one, don't take offense to it. Get off your butt. Get the facts and get to school. We'll do more this seven. Oh five three things I think you need to know and I'll stick that story with screen shots on my facebook page parlor and twitter as well so it can be shared. It's all come I have a lot of stuff. Everything's changing. It's crazy. It's crazy. So. There's there's more Gideon. There's so much information that's out there. This is why we we don't. Why do you not want to tear down statues I mean honestly all right I. IF YOU WANNA get rid of some confederate guy because they tried to take over the country I find, but do it the right way petition it get removed whatever. Don't just face it, and that's why that's what they're doing. When they're getting rid of Lincoln and they're getting rid of ulysses, s grant's. and Hamilton who was who was against slavery. You know it's it's just it's not what they say. It is okay, but you have to know history, so you don't repeat it. A lot of people don't know analysts. I wouldn't know dear know what they said about. The flew back a couple of years ago. Because I know I mean that's one. Eighty thousand people died. Remember that eight thousand from the flu. Nobody gave a crap. Nobody cared. And by the way and I want do this more later on in the show, but since I'm talking about the flu, my wife. Asked me because you always say. Because I'm against the mass. The mass doesn't work it doesn't it doesn't care about for this garbage thing to say well. You know the man the mask decent. It's not there to protect you. It's it's to protect other people from you because you may be a symptomatic. Ask yourself this. Okay. has there ever been a study done? Where people are sick in masks. And then you have people that aren't sick without masks. And they WANNA test. If the people that are sick, breath out when they breathe with mass. Does anything get through? has there ever been because they say it'll stop you from getting other people sick? There's never been a random controlled test proven that. It's garbage, so my wife was why you know your guess what you say, it's about control. It's about Carson. I thought long hard about this. And I really I. Really believe that people right now have a wall up to a lot of stuff. Because they don't trust the government. They don't say so when they come out with vaccine. Who's going to say? It's a brand new vaccine. The WHO's going to say I'm up for it. So that's why I really believe they're you know they? They changed their mind about masks she. You don't need to wear masks. Unless you sick. You know Babette. And all of a sudden signs changed, and I have it here back. In two thousand seventeen, the CDC, said they very rarely want to tell people that are sick with the flu to wear mask Oh. Really no kidding because it won't stop other people from getting sick. It's not good for you either by the way anyway. So why why wear the masks because I think they want to control you and then when that vaccine comes out whether it's the end of this year beginning of next year. They'll say if you don't want to wear the masks. Do is get vaccinated. And people are GonNa say I am so over the masks I'm in and the government. And these corrupt people like vouch e that are in the pocket of Big Pharma I'm not against vaccines. Don't get me wrong. But there's a lot of people are going to question this. They are just doing this to scare us. To control their their their gauging it. We are controlling you. Let's see, have we? Let's see if they'll actually get you know. Take the vaccine have all of a sudden. They see so many people walking around in public and in stores masks. They're like Oh yeah. When we say now, it's safe to take off the mask. If you get the vaccine, they'll run do it. I'm telling you. I think that's what it is. I think that's what it is. So brilliance when you when you to go to a business that requires a mask. You have to watch pretension papers now. Not Not yet not yet, but you never know, but I think that they're gonNA count on a lot of people since they're already wearing the masks, 'cause you could simply say I have a medical exemption you know if it gives you anxiety to wear masks, and why people do that's a medical exemption. You'll have to tell anybody anything. You don't. So we had that caller travis back on March fifteenth. He played his. He played it a lot where he's like man last year at banner every in March, last March every bed was filled with a flu patient. They wouldn't take anything but flu. It was code purple nobody made a big deal about it. was last year two thousand eighteen was a horrible. You're even worse. So this guy follow on twitter named Justin Heart. He's a very smart guy. He has a twitter thread with actual quotes. From pieces that he has read. And I gave it away, but just listen. These are from doctors and officials in hospitals about the two thousand eighteen flu. You ready for this. Tell you, says his hospitals managing, but just barely keeping up with the increased number of six pay six patients in the last three weeks. The hospitals urgent care centers have also been inundated, and it's outpatient clinics have no appointments available. You could say that's happening now. You would swear. This was two thousand eighteen about the flu. More ready for this. Don't tell me that this couldn't be said right now. Dr Bernard Caymans Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, says the UAB hospital canceled elective surgeries scheduled for Thursday and Friday last week to more beds available. Not about the Chinese virus, the flu of eighteen. Here's another one. We had to treat patients in places where we normally wouldn't like in recovery room said Caymans. The emergency room was very crowded both the sick patients who needed to be admitted. About Twenty, eighteen flew. Twenty eighteen flew quote in California. Several hospitals have set up large surge tents outside their emergency departments to accommodate and treat patients. Even in the La Times reported this week. Emergency departments had standing-room-only and some patients to be treated hallways. That wasn't about the Chinese virus. You're not even hearing that hallway treatment, are you? This is about the two thousand eighteen flu. And there are so many more. Ready for this one hospitals across the state are sending away ambulances flying in nurses from out of state, not letting in letting children visit their loved ones for feel. They're there for fear they'll spread. Others are canceling surgeries directing tents in their parking lots to triage the hordes of patients. Twenty eighteen flu, not the Chinese virus. Didn't hear about it with anybody free. Yeah, no, of course he didn't and you know was in the news. The News didn't blow it up. It was actually from new stories. They didn't cancel school. They didn't close businesses. You couldn't work out. And let me remind you. The flu is seven times more deadly for kids in the Chinese virus. I know you don't get this anywhere else. That's why he listened to me and I. Really appreciate it. Do not go anywhere. Because I have so much more to tell you. It is your morning ritual with me. Gary Lewis Kfi am seven ninety two. Gary Lewis with you here. AM seven hundred Tucson's most stimulating talk. Oh, baby i. have some for you the French. Say It's time for the kids to go back to school based on a study that was done I'm going to get that to you. Also get reaction to my hypothesis about why they are making wear masks. It's to get you to vaccinate which I'm not saying. I'm against. I'm just telling you. I think that's what it is, and then I have a story that was just sent to me. A guy who was considered a covid positive, despite never actually testing positive, and you're doing it this way for. You I I would say thousands of people if not more. So all coming up, do not go anywhere morning. Ritual Gary Lewis Canada's team seven hundred sounds. From Drayton Wealth Studio your local. trajanwealth DOT COM this is K. and Stan's A. Straw build the most comfortable CAA. Gary Lewis with you here. It is your morning ritual on this Thursday. Thank you for hanging out. Cayenne S. T. am seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk tree. Things. I think you need to know brought to you by stronger plumbing Aaron Solar. Number One. Is that despite all the insane. In media reports and I didn't watch it. It's on their website. Away did one last night where they scared you hospitals or full. According to the Arizona Department of Health website. We peaked out at hospitalizations on June fifteenth. Is the first thing. I think you need to know June fifteenth one hundred six. It has gone steadily down. These are the number this the department website. I have this screen shot on my facebook page, twitter and parlor. Number of covid nineteen cases hospitalized by dates. Of Hospitalization June fifteenth, which is almost four weeks ago. Hundred six. Hundred six. then. It drops to eighty two then it drops to sixty six and sixty seven in down from there. What. So we're not having more hospitalizations every day. We're having more cases. Isn't that great? That means people aren't as sick getting towards herd immunity, and when you hear, the media say or one hundred thousand cases of the virus. Right, now there's five thousand three hundred eighty seven cases hospitalized and imagine. How many aren't even Colbert classified that way. By the way three thousand eight hundred people have been discharged Cova discharged in the past week. Second thing, I think you need to know Phoenix, mayor and scaremonger. Kate Guy in go went on CNN and actually said that they are rationing care in Phoenix. Hospitals are overwhelmed. They are rationing care. and. It's a lie just like her Cohort Regina. David Kelsey Bianco reporter Channel Three up in Phoenix tweeted out banner health, Arizona's largest healthcare system told me they are not triaging patients rationing care quote. We have adequate beds. A staffing acquitted supplies and medications at this time. We're Ducey, shouldn't he? Ripper for? This known said he wants to go after businesses. Says Insane third thing. That I think you need to know into this and just a second. Should kids go back to school well, even the French say yes, the French. Are we the French Canadians the British? They're all beating us here the Europeans. Overall they just came out with this study Kobe, nineteen primary schools, no significant transmission among children or from students to teachers. Wait what yes three things I think you need to know I'm going to put this I took the screen shots at you have to make the facebook post and twitter and parlor at Garrett. Lewis, on Parlor soon will be done with twitter. You're ready for this one. This was sent me this morning by one of my doctor sources, and I have lots of them, so if you're a hospital executive, clocks tick and baby like you're being. You're being literally. Shown for what you are, which by the way going back to Kate Gago? She said people are being sent home. Because hospitals can't care for them. Yesterday you listen to. The show had a great caller. That's an employee of one of the big hospitals here in Tucson. Say, garbage? We have ice you space. We could build out even more. There's ICU beds available. Hospital space available. And Ballet. Home because they want the money. We're onto you. We're on you. and. It's not just me by the way. So, here's the French paper. It's from the institute pastore you ready for this. Late April twenty twenty this the scientists of the Institute of past store. Wanted to find out if kids transmit the Chinese virus to each other to teachers to adults to right, they carried out an epidemiological survey, thirteen hundred forty people linked to primary schools in a particular part of France. Right. So they said thanks for the cooperation, these people. They made use of serological tests developed by there ensued. That's the antibody test right? Who had it? It revealed the proportion of primary school students infected by the Chinese virus with eight point eight percent. But I thought they don't get. Nobody said they don't get it. They say they're not harmed by it. They don't even transmitted others ready for this based on some cases of infection detected in the students before the schools closed. It appears that the children did not spread the infection to other students or teachers or other staff at the schools, and they just published this information. June twenty third of this year. A couple of weeks ago. What. About you, but all of a sudden, my kid goes to school. We'll see how long that lasts. Because they being very weird, I don't know what's going on. I didn't see any of Tucson schools. You goes amp schools. You get the the the survey home they sent, and it said facemasks as required. What's the requirement not specifying that my kid is not gonna be riding a bus in a mask. He's not going to school wearing a mask. PISS off get out of here no. There's no need for it. Based on science. What's crazy? The survey they send it show that teachers overwhelmingly want kids in masks. This that screw you teach I've had enough of you. Even. You're a good teacher. I'm not against you, but I've had with teachers, and they're flipping read for Red and invest in this garb. Get if you don't like it. Go do something else that people will fill spots. So in this study, it says the virus had been circulating in this French community from late. January twenty twenty. Number of cases gradually increased until early March, then they stabilized and started to fall off at the end of March how about that Thirteen hundred forty people in the study hundred thirty nine were infected by the virus. That's ten point four percent of the people in the study. Five hundred ten students from six different primary schools were included in the study. There were three probable cases of the Chinese virus in three different schools before they closed for February vacation and then the lockdown. Those cases they wrote did not give rise to secondary cases among school students were teaching staff that infect them. No kidding. The teachers were only marginally affected. Three out of forty two teachers were infected in total. A similar figure to the number of patients of non infected children in the study that were infected by the virus, six point, nine percent, seven percent six point on here non teaching staff got only three point six percent infected. Okay one at a twenty eight. The afraid of infection was high among parents of infected kids sixty one percent. Sixty one percent of parents. Had IT. Of infected kits. Just, but just six point, nine percent among parents of non infected kits they write. This suggests that parents were the source of the infection of their children in several cases. So the parents gave it to the kids they believe, but the kids did not give it to other kids. The children had minor forms of the disease. They write with clinical signs that were not particularly `indicative of the Chinese virus, the only symptoms typically associated with the disease were diarrhea experienced by ten fifty kids and fatigue fifteen fifty kids. So the kids were eight somewhere a little tired some diarrhea. That's it very small amount in adults ninety percent. Of those who lost their sense of smell and seventy five percent, who lost their sense of taste during the same period were infected with the virus, so the adults got it worse. So, the kids aren't really affected by this. By the way again we had a horrible flew back in January. My kids elementary school. They didn't tell anybody where masks shut anything down. Fifteen or twenty four kids in my kids class were out sick at once. No panic, Flu were used to it. You stay home. You get better, you go back. What a concept right! So it says here. There's what do they learn from this study? They learn from this study. There was no secondary transmission of the virus to other kids at the school or from kids to teachers. What it comes down to. About that. The results are reassuring in view of reopening of primary schools, but they need to be confirmed by other studies in school environments. Fine. But even they know they need to open. They need to open. I'm I'm so over all this stuff. Again the kids were between six and eleven. Generally infect in a family environment rather than at school. The main new finding is that the infected child did not spread the virus to other children or to teachers or other school staff. The study confirmed younger children infected by the novel coronavirus. Generally do not develop symptoms or present with minor symptoms that may result in a failure to diagnose the virus. The highly characteristic signs of loss of taste and smell were not observed at all in children under the age of fifteen, despite being experienced by half of the adults. It's from the author of the study. See I give you actual good information researched. This is not a lime, not making it up again. I'll take the screen shots. Put Him on my facebook page. It's all there for you. So all there for you. And I have another. This is this is going to knock off your socks by the you can comment on this. We'd like eight eight zero. Eight zero, six seventy, because enough of enough, trying to schools like prisons I mean. It's going to traumatize these kids. Apparently CDC's going to Redo their school. recommendations which are only recommendations. It's not what you have to do. But people who a garbage thing though is that we're going by DC recommendations. Making kids stand six feet apart, not giving them recess that they need making their masks only walking one way in certain hallways. Yeah, that's going to not make school for like a prison, right? Crazy. It's crazy. So. You can comment on this. And then there's a doctor a chiropractor going viral everywhere from Idaho. Apparently I was one of his staff members or something they. They tested positive for the Chinese virus. He gets a phone call. From a contact tracer said we're going contract. He said no, you're not. You're not GONNA do that. Well. I know what's going. I have no symptoms. There's you have to quarantine. Nope, not GonNa Quarantine either I'm fine. So. He said noted that they contacted him every day. Even though they said we'll call. You have fourteen days while they contacted him every day. He's like I'm busy. Whatever after fourteen days? They said all right yet, said Nope the symptoms because I have nothing. But you know what he's still counted him as a positive case. You have to hear this story to believe. This is the fraud that is going on. That is coming up. Do not go anywhere morning. Ritual Louis teams have ninety two sounds most limited. Gary Lewis with you here. It is your morning ritual going to be a hundred today. Timmy hundred fourteen. They'll tell me now on. Sunday so hot is where's the rain? GonNa honoring last year. Where are the stories blaming? Climate change global warming I? Guess they're just sticking to the Kovic Maybe it's cove it. Yup. That's what's happening Kovic. Ruining the rain cycles it. Why not? Why not? Right? Why not? It makes sense it makes sense. It makes no sense so I want you to hear this This guy made a video. He's talking. He's a Chiropractor of Idaho Dr Matt Ogle. And apparently I forget. It was one of his staffers when somebody got Chinese virus tested positive. He gets a phone call from a contact. Rates are up in. Where you'RE GONNA have to self quarantine. He's like no, I'm not. I have no symptoms. I wasn't within fifteen feet of this person. And he's I. Don't blame this this person calling me 'cause they. The person that got the virus gave my name. They contacted me whenever. So he said I'm not doing that, okay, we're GONNA. Call you every day, said no, don't do that. Okay. We'll call you in two weeks after the fourteen days. Okay, he's. They called every day anyway. I ignored it because I was busy. And then they called me after fourteen days, and he said I have questions for you. I have questions for you I want you to hear this listen. And I said okay. Well I just have a question for you and he's like. Yeah. How can I help? And he said I'm hearing that. A lot of the spike in the Cova cases has to do with these phone calls where Basically, if somebody is being traced like I was, if I were to report and say hey I have yeah a runny nose and a little bit of a cough. That would actually be a positive like that would count towards a Kobe covid nineteen positive statistic. And I said is that Keret and he said. Yes Oh boy, that is correct and I said. That's frigging crazy. Are you kidding me like? How can you test? Or how can you say that I'm positive? Just based on a runny nose and a cloth like that could be fricken allergies. That can be cold and this is just doing this job like I'm not getting mad at him, I'm just I'm just frustrated this whole situation. And he said. we can count you as a positive in nineteen case. If, you have positive symptoms, and we don't require a test in order to count you as Koga nineteen positive buzz of is this really long can planned out phrase because of the epidemiological rest factor of code or something like that and I was like. Okay. So if I come in contact, or if I were to like one one of my one of my staff members has taken out stitches of multiple HIV positive patients if I if she took out stitches for a positive HIV patient. Does that mean that she is potentially positive? Anyway, so there you go. So if they contact trace you and say, do you feel like you have any of these symptoms and you're like? Yeah. I kind have a runny nose and again it could be allergies. It could be whatever. They mark you down as a positive a new case number. Because some epidemiologists like Yep. We're good. Yeah, let's increase the cases. Let's get rid of trump. This is insane. By the way, do you know? The symptoms now for covid nineteen. The Chinese virus. Do you know this. Yet you ever remember used to make fun of the pharmaceutical drug commercials when they talk about the drug and they'd be like the side effects could make you buy like a whole long list like Oh my God. I mean it's. You might as well just not take the pill because the side effects and you Jesus. Laugh at all the side effects well now I laugh at all of these symptoms for the Chinese virus. Ready for this. If you have any of these symptoms, you may have the Chinese virus. Fever or chills cough. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing fatigue muscle. Her body aches headache. Loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose. Nausea or vomiting diarrhea. Just look those headache sore throat. Really. Fatigue really just okay. A cough again any of those. You're considered a positive case, and that's not just in Idaho by the way that's here to. It's a CDC. That's an epidemiological thing. CDC's instructing it. That's how this is working. So knowing that again. If you think I'm just full of Blah. Blah Blah I'm not taking. Covert nineteen Israel okay. It's real. I get it. But. How can I accept any of these numbers knowing all of this? And again it's never reported in the news. It's just hospitals is terrible. Do it again. The hospitalization and Airasia is dropping big time again peaked out June fifteenth almost a month ago. Two hundred six I have the chart. It's on my facebook page on my twitter on my parlor I'm sick all this stuff. You could comment if you'd like eight zero. Eight eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. We. I have more because again. Going back to the school thing to. Nobody flipped out. Nobody flipped out at when flu is running rampant in schools guess with the CDC said about that S-. lockdowns this that Blah Blah Blah. But Gareth this is there's no vaccine. Think only fifty percent of the people are sixty percent of the people in the country. Get Flu Vaccines, and it kills eighty, eight, thousand, sixty, thousand four. It was up to forty three thousand last time I checked months ago. Who knows how much it is now? They're probably converted to Cova deaths. We've accepted society. We don't accept this. Over it, I'm sure you are as well. I have more. Do not go anywhere. What did they say about the flu? The of the people that gave advice about the flu of the same ones telling us to freak out about the Chinese virus. Guess what they said about the flu. Coming up right. Hi Hi Gary Lewis with you here. We'll get to the. We'll get to the situation going on with the flu in just a SEC but I wanNA squeeze in a quick call of any anonymous person who wants to dish some dirt on what's happening in hospitals, so I appreciate that. Hi, welcome to can sti hello. Hi How are you today? I'm excellent. How are you doing good? Well. I just wanted you to point Yuban saying that Saint Mary's has twenty two open beds and Saint Joe's has to and you wonder why, since they're both Koran lay one has a bigger number than the other. Ask because Saint. Mary's takes no covert patients. They send them all to Saint Joseph's. They don't take any because let me just I. Let me just look real. Quick at my information that was just sent to me was sent last night eight sixteen PM. by Women Olivia, and then it's sent to them, and somebody forwarded it to me. And it says here, though at Saint Mary's current confirmed covid nineteen inpatients forty two. Okay then what about Saint Mary's. Engineers Forty two at Saint Mary's current confirmed in Saint, Joe's twenty-seven. doesn't say is just as impatient. Yeah well. It's not what my sources saint, Mary's since all their patients to Saint Joe's. Not just ICU, patients just every covid patient. I can't I. Don't know that part all I. Know Them, but they told me. Well, this is the data that is sent out to everybody that I guess works or does rounds at Cronulla hospitals and again it says Saint Joe's current confirmed cove in nineteen in patients twenty seven. Forty two for Saint Mary's one for holy. Cross Available licensed beds nineteen at Saint Mary's to it Saint Joe's, but it says they don't have the staff available to staff those beds, which wouldn't surprise me because again. It's only a million people just sitting around doing nothing. Right right I don't trust members, and and the person has very good knowledge about this though I don't trust anything they say anymore. Can you have that person get in touch with me I'll keep things on the hush if they're according to them. Okay, you can always email me Garrett canister, dot, com and I could get in touch with them that way because. There are so many doctors that are doing this. I appreciate. Thank you very much. Take care. That's the latest there. Who knows what and then now that you learned again that the contacts racers? If they call people, you know you get it. Who Have you been in contact with Bill Bob Peter Joe. And they call you ever runny nose I've only knows cova positive. It's garbage. So what about the flu right? What about the flu? This, this is insane. Before I get the flu I just saw this. This is a tweet that was shared by. Somebody here in in Tucson. Who by the way? They go by the twitter handle at CB life coach once their life coach, which is the biggest scam ever to by the way I'm a life coach. That's nice. And she. Has You ready for this? Hang up before I tell you what she tweeted out. She has her description twitter I love slash rescue, animals, humans, earth I love working hard for us. Slash Earth's climate change hate trump. Breast Cancer Survivors. She writes right. She then tweets out my son doctor in emergency department in Tucson easy just share that three hundred people died in their hospital in the last twenty four hours. Many many young. Three don't you think of three hundred people died in a in a hospital in twenty four hours. We'd know about it. We'd pretty sure we'd know right. And then she writes, my son is not one to lie I will check. These numbers of you say this is wrong. I'll let you know three hundred deaths in eight twenty four hour period. So she let us know. Not yet, not yet. Of course these scared Queen from ABC Fifteen Nicole Greg comment. Pima County has three hundred deaths total. Maybe that's what they mean. Trying to. How? In total since March. And how many of those were in senior anyway? So. This is what these idiots are putting I hate trump so much there so dumb. They actually think people would die in a twenty four hour period in Tucson from the virus. So dumb, they are I'll get to the updates on what they said. He saved people scaring us now about the virus what they said about the flu, which was pretty much. Don't worry that we have here. It's shock on Dot Org. Gary Lewis with you. It is your morning. Ritual S. T. A. AM seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk. Thanks for hanging out tree things I. Think you need to know. Number One. You don't play any J.. Number one is the fact that It looks like we peaked out. Despite the media hysteria, we did the biggest day for hospitalizations. In Arizona was June, Fifteenth. Almost a month ago twenty five days ago. Cases Number Cope nineteen cases hospitalized by date June, fifteenth one, hundred, six hundred dropped off dramatically since then. But they want to scare us in your. Over one hundred thousand virus cases. We have five, thousand, two, hundred, Eighty, seven, currently hospitalized. That's it. Sir. That's it second thing I think you need to know. Phoenix Mayor Cake I. Go lies on CNN just like Regina. Her sister from another mother. Gets out there and says yes. We are rationing care here in Arizona rationing. Care in the Phoenix area. People are being sent home. Be There's no room for their being sent home. Well that's garbage. And in banner. Told David. Cal Cattle Biondo. He is reporter. Channel Three in Phoenix. They told me he tweets. They told me banner. Thome said they told me they they're not triaging. Patients would rationing care. We have adequate beds, staffing, equipment, supplies and medications at this time, and that was confirmed by other reporters well. Yet Doug Ducey should be destroying her instead. He's trying to destroy businesses third thing I think you need to know a French study on my facebook page. says. Kids do not transmit the virus to other kids are teachers. Thirteen hundred forty people in this study students, teachers, parents staff at schools, no significant transmission among children or from students to teachers that was just published June twenty third. Get him back the schoolteacher. Shut your mouth or get a new job. That's it. You don't understand you. Know what teachers I hope you don't go out anywhere. You don't go to restaurants. You don't go to two grocery stores. You know shopping I hope you don't do any of that stuff. Not every teacher's thinking that way, but the ones that do you are a joke a joke? really quick before we get to some calls. Again Alex Berenson on twitter puts up some unbelievable stuff and he looks up some some data older data by the way there was a research paper done. I think this was in two thousand six, and it shows that cloth masks. Ninety five percent of a particles get through. What about the surgical masks penetration of cloth masks by particles was almost ninety seven percent medical masks, forty four percent, good luck with those medical masks. Good luck. Right. So. CDC radical through this one real quick CDC. 2017 guidelines the flu flu pandemic from two thousand seventeen three years ago. It says. Use CDC does not routinely recommend the use of face masks by well persons in the home or other community settings as a means of infection during influenza pandemics, except under special high risk circumstances well, this is high risk, is it? Turns out the death rates pretty damn close to the flu. Isn't it probably even Even you know it's less than what we thought. How many people were told? Have this that? Don't even get counted anyway. it says here. Low to moderate severity, CDC generally does not recommend use of face masks by ill persons now. They're telling us to wear it even if you're not ill. That does that makes this twenty seventeen high severity CDC might recommend use of face by ill persons when crowded community settings cannot be avoided ill very high severity severe to extreme pandemic CDC. Might recommend. USA facemask by ill persons when crowded community settings cannot be avoided ill ill. What about school childcare? During high, severity CDC Temporary preemptive coordinated dismissals of childcare facilities and schools might about low to moderate. No CDC recommends selective school dismissals facility serving children in high risk. If schools remain open. CDC might recommend social distancing for flu. So, we have that in that Nice. Yeah flu is far more transmissible again from kids to kids and teachers than the Chinese, viruses. I just told you about the French study. Science proves it. It proves it. was twenty seventeen. Barely recommend masks for ill people ill. It's nuts, man. It's nuts. Now. this is great to. The people that are out there scaring. Scaring some. Tom Ingles director of Johns Hopkins Blah Blah Blah something, right? Well. Here's the thing. He wrote a paper and I believe it was back it was two thousand six. He writes. Experience has shown communities face with epidemics or other adverse events respond best. And with the least anxiety, when the normal social functioning of the community is least disrupted. Hello, why not do that now? Quarantines Sky wrote ready ready for this one again. Is this is this is incredible stuff. And I know I'll get to call. Just be patient with me, Ready for this one now. Quarantines as experience shows, there's no basis for recommending quarantine either grew groups or individuals, robin, implementing such measures of formidable secondary effects of absenteeism and community, disruption or severe. That was years ago. What changed on schools closing schools for more than two weeks in hopes of mitigating the epidemic by decrease in contacts among students is not warranted unless other likely points of assembly or closed malls fast food restaurants, churches REC centers et Cetera well. Those are open well except for the churches. He wrote such widespread closure sustained throughout the pandemic would almost certainly have serious adverse social economic effects. This is written years ago today. He's saying we should all close everything what what what has changed? On masks. This guy who's telling people wear masks now road years ago, studies have shown the original surgical masks does little to prevent inhalation of small droplets, bearing influence virus, the pores in the mask, become blocked by moisture from breathing, and the airstream simply diverts around the mask. So what's changed now? Crazy right. Is We have. So again knowing your history, so you don't repeat it I. Think it's very important very very aboard, and don't you? Yes Oh by the way they just this this paper. They J- they. It says the update. I went to right now. The National Institute for Public Health and the environment. They updated July second just a few days. What a week ago! They wanted to cover their butts. But that's from years ago in the Rogers a few years ago. When they wrote this will continue. Don't go anywhere. SPUR SHERIFF! Gerald Lewis with you can spam seventy-two. SAN's most stimulating talk if you didn't hear the Phoenix Mayor Lie. If. You didn't hear that we'll play that for you when we get back I also to get you again I want to get your take on my situation. What I said also about About why they are making us wear masks and I think it's because they wanNA. Make everybody get so mad. They'll take them off if they get vaccinated at. That's what I. That's what I think. We have that I got Joe Biden Soundbites, he's lost his mind. I have so much more. Don't go. Anywhere must have been adviser S. T.. From the. Studio, your local fiduciary trajan wealth dot com this is. Ninety hundred and Kostrov, build the most comfortable car. uh-huh! I, let's do it. Hi, it's our number three already Garra Lewis with you can s TA seventy two sons. Most stimulating talk three things I think you didn't know brought to you by strong bill, plumbing, air and solar number one. Is that the media. Hype is just insane here. I have the information on my Pager Kansas Dot Com. It's A. I'm sorry. It's my facebook page facebook dot com slash gear. Lose weight. I'll throw it up on my candidacy. Dot Com also I got a lot of work to do. The number of covid nineteen cases hospitalized by date of hospitalization and Arizona. We picked out June fifteenth hundred six. That was the highest ever. Across the whole state, seven point three million people. Since that date, it will drop to eighty two the next day then under the sixties, and it's gone down ever since that's twenty five days ago, but wait two weeks. Yeah, so why? Why is everyone freaking out? When we literally Pete? Their hospitalization June fifteenth. Is Insane. Anybody can go to the Department of Health website. Easy D H S DOT COM. That's where we can do. That's all you have to do. And he goes. See The screen shot on my page. By the way five thousand, three hundred eighty seven cases hospitalized in Arizona, not over one hundred thousand and everything like that, and again out of all that how many actually have covid? Second thing. I think you need to get. It isn't a second. You'll hear K guy eggo rejoin. His cousin seems like it right. Mayor. PHOENIX GOES ON CNN and literally lies saying that they are rationing care in Arizona at hospitals rationing care because we are so overloaded. Well David beyond was the first reported a call this out. He contacted banner, and he writes on twitter banner told me they are not triaging patients or rationing care. We have adequate beds, staffing, equipment, supplies and medications at this time. Just Lot, do you hear it? It's insane. It's coming up third thing I think you need to know I. Just put the link and screen shots of that French. Study that was released. Kovic nineteen and primary school see France. No significant transmission among children or from students to teachers. No significant transmission go back to school. Leave off the masks. Shut your mouth. Do Your job. Insane, don't make school like a prison. Three things I think you need to know and they. Just like other countries, they found the same thing the same thing. Main finding infected children do not spread the virus. To other children or teachers or school staff. Is it is a bad Ryan. Yeah it's starting to to start. It started. Goes. I forgot to restart. My Get Out of the hall. We have. We have calls off. We're gotta get to Kate Guy as well stay with me. We time out more than ritual Qena seven hundred hundred sounds. BURGERS DOT COM. Thanks for being patient Gary. Lewis with you can a. am seven ninety Tucson's a most stimulating talk. Man Oh man. I appreciate it can be a hundred today. Your chance a thousand bucks a grand in your hand up to twelve times a day. Right here on can sti you. You Win just keep listening another chances coming up in a few minutes. Don't Miss it before I get to calls I o on you to hear the lies I mean this is the craziness the irresponsibility that are going that's going on here. Okay. I want you to hear this This is poppy harlow with Phoenix. Mayor Kate Geigo. And then some guy that claims everything bad is happening here in Arizona just listen to this here. We go this happened last night. Listen mayor I'd like your reaction to something. We just heard from a former Harvard Medical School Professor Dr William. Hazeltine listen to what he told me about. What he says is happening in your day saying. There's something called crisis standards of care that is about to be. It's already implemented Arizona and it may be in a number of these other states. What is that actually means it means that if you're old, you get sent home without care and you die. That's what it means. Is that happening in Phoenix. Really. Unfortunately our medical professionals don't have the resources they need. And so they are being asked to make difficult decisions. I want to stress if you're having a heart attack. If you think you may be having a stroke, please go to the emergency room. There is the ability to care for individuals. But. We are not meeting the standards of care in all cases that we want to. We've been very stretched with intensive care beds. We also need the federal government to help us with both more resources for medical personnel, more medical personnel and additional funding particularly for our safety net healthcare system. That is a sobering reality that yes, indeed you in Phoenix have people that you cannot. Treat! No matter their age that is. Tragic. Tragic, Dude, how irresponsible and terrible is that? David Two dads awaiting comment from the mayor's office because banner told him again, they have adequate resources. No one is being denied care. No one is. Even the scare Queen at Eight fifteen. Reached out to several hospitals in the valley. And they also, they are not triaging patients. Even the scare queen of coach Greg at ABC fifteen continue to the or help dares, health department confirmed no hospitals in Arizona are operating under triage care. Healthcare officials say they are not to the point where they will need to move into crisis mode, which gives triage guidelines among other protocol according information, the Arizona Republic collected from about a dozen healthcare systems in the state and the, but the Phoenix mayor goes on its scares the country fourteen people watching CNN. Oh my gosh, we're GONNA. And she should be getting destroy by everyone. Ducey I haven't seen anything on his twitter account yet, he he's just being destroyed. He's wants to. He'd rather destroy business. Then Destroy Phoenix Mayor. He calls out bars to remember his press conference. He eight bars up in the in the Phoenix area. Government calls them at you. Look behind me. The names you guys got busted for social distancing. You're not taking the you're not taking it seriously. Will he bust Kate Gago for lying? Regina Romero for lying about the ICU bed scarcity when it's not scarce. Ducey such a frigging was. But this is what happens. They spread this fake news are a danger to our community, Tucson Mayor Phoenix Mayor. It's consistent. Eight zero. Eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. Let's go to James James, thank. You for being so patient. Welcome to KFC. Garrett James here Mark, Tube Gallery six seven years ago for an ice cream social. I don't know if you remember chains, Joanne. There you go. Yeah remember there. Of course I remember. You and your good friend. In Phoenix. Were there and I can't think of his name Oh. That's okay. I don't make difference. Yes, go ahead. Of Me I'm a good friend. We haven't seen each other in a long time, but gear same. As I was showing Ryan I'm a eighty young year old. I'm a retired attorney at eight years old I told Ryan it. This is so fraudulent prod frog. And over the years I was a corporate financial, pretty much dealt with this kind of fraud in all kinds of different ways. I can't understand. Why, no one is putting this sport event. In class action or otherwise? I just want the people to know they can do it. What can they do? Take it before the board before the bench. People can get together and class. Act this frog for medical institutions doctors whatever. It's that's the law says it can be done, and of course we're a nation of laws. Why not? But nobody. Hannah I guess they probably don't know assuming you mean and I'm not a lawyer in your retired lawyer is that if people tested, let's have been in example of somebody tests negative for Kobe for the Chinese virus, but then we are told we are classifying you as positive. We could get a whole bunch of those people together and say this is fraud. They can get a lawyer. They can do whatever how about that. That's well. That's what that's. What should happen then you're a hundred percent. Right about that on a percents. And it should be happening because. These hospitals say doctors to our fraudulently taking the people's money. You know under circumstances that I think are fragile. And and that's and it's. It's dates. Look, there's always been insurance fraud. Right has always been Medicare fraud all this stuff I'm not owning that. Yes, but now, but now what it's doing is this fraud is not just making the hospitals rich and the doctors rich. It's also ruining businesses. It's going to it's it's it's worrying schools? It's ruining kids. It's you're right. You and you know maybe the attorney general is to look into a to maybe. He could start something because he can start. He goes out. I get the emails from his office all the time he goes after you know some general contractor. There wasn't registered ripped off people. What's the difference between what's going on right now? In the hospitals nurturing and Garett, it's journey law running tip. That's what bothers me. And in the in the years that I did legality. Wow, we took. We took fraud up on the most frivolous cases and one because it was fraud. Well I I wish you'd contact you know what people do that I. Hope they do do that. If you know I wish there was. There's all those and thank you for the phone call I appreciate it. Thank you so much for listening and everything James and and being patient. You know again. Those attorneys for freedom up in Chandler I mean I'm assuming they would take something like that. They'd love to go into the government in that aspect. If, not they you. Lawyers appointed the right direction of other lawyers. That would do this. Okay. So hopefully that happens. I some really good news to. We'll see. Store from the Arizona Capitol Times. Remember this you hear this. Attorney General Brnovich urges federal judge. To examine governors powers. In emergencies, Weighed what? Gets a little confusing a little bit hairy. But Mark Bronevich is telling federal judge. There may be legitimate claims Doug Ducey exceeded his legal authority and closing certain businesses, and he's urging a judge to take a closer look. There was a filing. Last Wednesday. Or yesterday actually new filing attorney John Bronevich said claims by exponential fitness, and that's what I told you about yesterday I was filling. They own like eight different kinds of workout facilities in Arizona. They're going to a federal judge, not just a state, the one that was looking for favors from Ducey that ruled on his behalf on Tuesday. Said claims by exponential fitness against Ducey raise serious issues of first impression involving executive authority in an emergency. He said these deserve close and careful consideration by the court. Bronevich does not want to be involved in the dispute. That will play out this coming week before Judge Diane. Whom to up from an answer correctly. Bronevich said attorneys attorneys, the chain of fitness center sued Ducey over legality of his order, but also the state of Arizona. and. Brnovich is required to defend the state. Evolved only thing that he said that the state has sovereign immunity from these kinds of federal court lawsuits is where it gets weird. So. He said indeed the Supreme Court has consistently held at an uncontested On consenting state is immune from suits brought in federal courts by her own citizens as well as by citizens from another state. But Brnovich says the state has taken no steps to waive immunity here. Otherwise invoke jurisdiction of federal court. And if Bronevich and the state or out of the lawsuit that leaves strictly up to Ducey to defend his actions. Again similar amount side fitness, but now this is where they federal court, not miracle. Copa County Superior Court, which is where the other one was. So. Brnovich in his finally with the federal courts at Ducey never consulted with him in crafting and implementing his executive orders. Attorney General said that means he takes no position on the underlying merits of the plaintiff's claims, other than saying they re serious issues about Ducey's authority in emergencies that have never been addressed in a court in need the courts close and careful consideration. How about that by the way, Ducey, not even going to the attorney general to figure out if what he's doing is legal and just or exceeding authority. Love this bread Johnson, the governor's attorney said businesses had no right to be consulted before Ducey ordered them to shut down. It's not required emergency. Love this and John said there's no basis for exponential to claim that gyms and fitness centers are being unfairly singled out. All their business relied remain open really. Why he cited heavy breathing and sweating enclosed space. So now the attorney general's basically call out Ducey for this. We'll see what happens I. You know we want positive news. We want good news. I'm hoping this is good news that stays. There's no guarantees no guarantees whatsoever very sad in that aspect. You WanNa comment. You can eight zero. Eight eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. Comment on the. Phoenix mayor I mean we have the Tucson mayor. We have people talk about people drunk with Power Governor Ducey Cake Gago Regina. Romero all lying. All lying to keep power, and then again my ideas, also that the reason they want people where masks for as long as possible is to see if they can control them. And say man look at this. Everyone's wearing a mask. Just just about everybody, so we say get vaccinated all do that to. People get rich control is given I'm not anti vaccination. Don't get me wrong, but I look at everything skeptically now because of everything that's happening politically. Do you agree with me on this the reason why people at why they WANNA keep ready masked up. Even though there's no science to say, masks actually help. Is Make sure people will say they'll say you. WanNa. Take the mask off. Go get vaccinated, and then people will willingly do it. I'm telling you. It's a test we'll continue. Don't go anywhere. It is our Kanus t you. Just so, you know, you can listen at home by telling Alexa play. On iheartradio. Enjoy the stimulation. Garrulous with you here Kfi am seven hundred Tucson's most stimulating talk. Thank you for hanging outs. Facebook.com gear Lewis. Radio like me. Follow me. I have. A lot of things up there again including the screen shut up. How many with hospitalizations look like here? In Arizona Day by day, and it's it peaked June. June sixteenth. June fifteenth. Excuse me so what? Why is all the craziness? There? I have the story about the. The. Was a study from France where they say kids do not transmit the virus to other kids or teachers. Get him back to school other countries on the same studies. It's all their screen shots the link. It's all there on parole on twitter on facebook. What more do you want me to do I'm trying my best to get out there and yet you get these These these wackos Nancy Pelosi yesterday Queen Nancy. Listen to this now. We don't want our children to take risks to go to school. We're supposed to mitigate for any damage. We don't want. Our children to take a risk to go to school. There is no risk. Why are they doing it just to try to beat trump? So it is be trump. No more trump. Get people so angry so mad so frustrated so exhausted. That's what that's what needs to happen. Be Trump, right beat trump. Come on. You gotTA. Be Kidding me right. So The stats are. Are Incredible. And there's more I mean. There's more news. There's more cover up. That happens Why are there so many more people again? We have five thousand, three hundred plus people in the hospitals now one hundred thousand plus cases. That's happened since we started. You know doing this fifty, three, hundred, eighty, seven in a cova care right now in the state. Apparently, that's what it hospitalization co fifty, three, eighty seven. We've had three thousand eight hundred people discharged from coding in the past week. You. Don't hear about that, right? So Why why are there all of a sudden by the way ICU? Beds are filling up. They're not all Kobe by the way. They're not. Do you know one another reason why ICU beds are filling up and it's never talked about never explored because elective surgeries were put down right there. put down for like a month. So, if you have open heart surgery, you'd need to be an ICU care after that. Older people didn't want to go to the hospital to get it. They didn't have elective surgeries now. They're going in there to get everything you need to be done, and that's why that's why this is happening. That's why. About what is it eighty nine as of yesterday, eighty nine percent of ICU beds are being used. That's okay, that's normal. That's what happens. I'm over all this stuff. We got to play some Joe Biden stuff coming back, comment as well and I'm trying and actually matter of fact, I've been talking that there are a lot of guys on twitter that are very credible that do a lot of A lot of research. And apparently one guy has found some real shady stuff, real shady stuff and how they count. Kovic patients in beds and everything here in Arizona I'm GonNa. Try to line them up for tomorrow. I mean the process of doing that as I'm doing a live radio show. How about that So don't go anywhere? I have much more for your Joe Biden losing his mind. And I have the latest examples. Of Racism and hatred, wait till you hear vs. INCREDIBLE COMING Gary Lewis with you here Kanus T. am seven ninety Tucson. SMO- stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know number one. Despite the media cries that are hospitals are overwhelmed. And you know we. We need to just all panic. Stay home. According to Department health website. Well looks like we peaked out on hospitalizations June fifteenth. That was the all all time high of hospitalizations. Time High! All Time High and it's gone down ever since for the past three and a half weeks. about that, but we have more cases. Apparently, they're not as bad. People aren't getting a sick. How about them apples? Followed over five thousand people in hospitals now they claim for Kobe, not over one hundred thousand second thing I think you need to know Phoenix Kia goes on CNN, and says that Arizona is rationing care for Cova patients. Scare Queen at ABC fifteen checked on. That said it's not true reporter Channel Three and Phoenix, not true hours public reach out to every hospital, not true. She's lying about that. Banner says they have adequate staffing beds ICU everything. They are fine. Nobody's getting care rationed. The Mayor Phoenix. Third Thing I. Think you need to know? the. The unbelievable a study done in France put about two weeks ago. I just saw no significant transmission among children or from students to teachers, thirteen hundred forty people involved in this. No, significant transmission among children or from students, teachers, schools need to open. They need to open yet. And I was somebody just sent me this. Apparently, a whole bunch of school board members including the Wackos at t USD sent a letter to the Arizona's a school board I. Guess saying we need to make sure school. Stay closed until the earliest. I are you. Are You frigging high? We'll get to that two or three things I. Think you need to know and again the French studies on my facebook page twitter parlor. It's all there for you. Share it. Show it. Get the Get the evidence. That is needed to to empower yourself okay. This is crazy. Richard! Freedom of speech doesn't allow us to go into a crowded theatre, and you'll fire when there isn't one, isn't that the equivalent of whether Phoenix mayor did seems to me that way I i. You know it's. It's it's it's all crazy. Dude is why I don't trust anybody or anything anymore. So speaking of not making sense Joe Biden a couple of quick ones, and I have stuff for you. There's more than just Kobe, even though I can't stop talking about it. but Joe Biden clearly losing his mind. In a big way in a huge way. let's play. number seventy one. He forgets the term America first, which is kind of an important thing. Listen to this here we go. This guy's whole idea of America America on its own is men America want? We're out, there bars felons. So we have that. And we've another one where I literally don't know what he is saying. Like I. Have No idea it's thirty one seconds of nonsense. It's. Ready to go, it makes us. Yeah, here we go. It doesn't knows I. believe this every five of my v. where post. I would I propose is is. It can be done. I think we're in a position to really make it happen. And my team in your team. Already working closely together and liked to light up the path forward here. Critical ause like the proactive strengthened collective bargain. On politics like prevailing anti. Guess, I'm getting. I'm taking too much time, but you know. You have no idea what the hell you're saying. But he did say this very clearly I got this over here Ryan, he called the police the enemy. They become the enemy. Surplus? Military criminal for law enforcement. They don't need that. The last thing you need is an up. Armored Humvee coming into neighborhoods like the military invading. They don't know anybody who could become the enemy. They're supposed to be testing these people, so my generic point is night. We agree that we can redirect of the funding. Yes absolutely I'm one of the things that we also need to be. So police that the become the enemy and we absolutely can redirect the funding. There was a law enforcement officer. I saw twenty seven years old. She went into domestic violence. Call Violence Call and was killed this week. Unison on, are people into that? It's the most dangerous thing to do. So, the Democrats want sent. Counselors sent counselors. Remember that's. On our people on our people go in there. Yep. So wait there's more well enough on that. I mean whatever and then be. Bernie for what he wants to do. When it comes to that literally copy and pasted Bernie's agenda, it's it's all over the Internet now but that's what he does. That's what he does now. I have some crazy hateful stories. This is one of the craziest one because we're racist racist that we have to get rid of aunt Jemima, Syrup. Even though answer. My Mom's family is stop doing that. That's that's my legs. My family's legacy, my grandma. Great Grandma. We're so racist gotta get Uncle Ben's rice. That's the race problems that we have in this country right now. I haven't i. have another one for you. And, of course, we're so racist that it's literally made up. Like, it's it's made. Up You can't it's made up. There is a lawmaker. Who claim there was racism all over the place? And and he wrote the letters e got racist letters. This is terrible. This is Oh Oregon and Oregon politician a Democrat. He said that I'm receiving racist letters. This is terrible turns out. He wrote them to himself. It is another eight hoax. This is what we have. This is how we are so racist. Are we have to write racist letters to our self to prove the racism Israel? And Garett Aunt Jemima Syrup. And can't say that this particular Lori Al Product will whiten. Your skin got to get rid of that, too. That's how racist we all right. Guys crazy. Yup. This is from K. e. p. r., TV outon Oregon. Guys running for office. claimed. He was delivered an anti Mexican hate letter. Turns out. He wrote himself to himself trying to get the sympathy vote. Hurston Oregon police say a man who claim they received a hate filled racist letter from an anonymous person allegedly wrote the letter himself. Chief Jason Edmonston Tells Action News 'cause that's what it is, maybe action news that the criminal investigation for intimidation in the second degree do racist hate-filled letter received by Mr Jonathan Lopez on June twenty third. This year has been closed now. It'll be referred to the county district attorney there for initially initiating a false report. Oh! He wrote a L- a racist letter to himself. The reading the letter he wrote to himself this Johnson Lopez quote. Don't waste your time trying to become anything in this country, we will make sure you never win. And your family suffers along with the other bleeping Mexicans in the area. Sincerely, America. He wrote that to himself. He shared he when he first reported. He shared his reaction on Facebook, then deleted his account. So he wrote it to himself, but then he reacted to the letter. He wrote himself trying to fool people. By, saying as an American born man who served the coastguard fired rescue services. I'm also proud of my parents and grandparents were Boorda. Medical! I have lived a life full of obstacles and challenges including racism. There's no room or tolerance of that. You are we now more than ever must address these issues that are destroying and distancing us from unification again. He wrote the racist letter to himself. He hates himself. He also claimed he was a military veteran. Apparently that's not true either. Police are now looking into election fraud under the Stolen Valor Act of twenty thirteen. So apparently, he's been caught about that, too, so he's not really a veteran. He lied about that lied about the racist letters. Therefore, America's racist. It's racist well. Maybe he's trying to follow denying Dick. Donnington or or or John? Jussie smollet where the NASCAR driver you know. NASCAR DRIBBLE Wallace Wallace I have another one. This is this is incredible. Now I'm glad it's it's. Well. It's the post millennial DOT COM and the headline is Vancouver if Vancouver police to investigate tire marks on lgbt crosswalk as of hates. Yes. They were. We had the crosswalks ago in Tucson. Rainbow Colored yes well. Apparently, somebody turned, and their tires made a skid mark. Now that is a symbol of hey. That's how racist everybody is. It is a symbol of hates. I swear West Vancouver at West van polices their twitter handle. They put out the pictures of this and they wrote investigators would like to speak with the driver responsible for defacing recently installed pride crosswalk. Well! What if they just Abba to do that? So yeah, you. You paint the street that cars drive on and you expected to say pristine the entire time. Right yes, okay yes. Somebody, literally. They have video. The guy stopped there, and then he drives away quickly. That is now a hate crime. Possibly this could be a hate crime. This is crazy. This is crazy I think this has been couvert Canada. Vancouver Washington but who the hell knows. It's close enough right yea, Canada. Canada police video shows a black vehicle. You can't say. I. Know Suspected Imagine it was a white vehicle. Of leaving tire marks across a portion of the pride crosswalk at the intersection of the police station. It's a gesture of hate. You can't make up this stuff. It is literally impossible. Impossible. Don't go anywhere morning. Ritual Garrett Lewis can spam seven ninety. Don't you miss those stories by the way instead of all this other stuff? I mean I do I really do? College stories. I know well, there's no college. You can't go anywhere. And all the college is about Co Vid. Don't go anywhere morning. Ritual, Garrett Lewis Canas. T am seven ninety TUCSON'S MOUTH DOT COM. A. Yup. Gear Lewis with you here kanus. AM seven hundred Tucson's most stimulating talk. Do you know Dr David? Sumati if you watch Fox News, you know him. He's part of their medical doctor David. Sumati tweets out. It is perfectly safe to open our schools in the fall risk of virus, seriously affecting anyone in the kindergarten through twelfth grade population is negligible. There is no scientific or medical basis for further school shutdown. Yet we had a whole bunch of school board members and their wackos write a letter saying that they wanna keep things closed until October first here in Arizona I hope it's not taken seriously. It better not be. We'll get to that coming. Ask Free Portions of the program were be recorded. Tucson from Drayton Wealth. Studio, your local areas trajanwealth DOT com. This is St Eight, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred and I are can help Kostrov build the house comfortable. I. Lewis with you here. It is your morning. Ritual on can spam seven ninety two sons most. Stimulating talk three things I think you need to know brought to you by strong, Bill Plumbing. Errands, stir. Number One. Is. The overblown over hyped media, not giving you what you need. Do you know that we peaked out in hospitalizations June fifteenth in the State of Arizona? One hundred six. It's gone down majorly ever since then. That's three and a half weeks three and a half for weeks of a downturn in hospitalizations. So that's phenomenal screen shots on my page. You know you hear. We have over one hundred thousand cases. We have five thousand, three, hundred plus people hospitalized supposedly with the covert. Second thing I, think you need to know. The Phoenix Mayor Goes on CNN in lies and says we are rationing care now in Arizona the Phoenix Mayor Kate Geigo rationing care. The media checked on this all over Phoenix. Banner says we're not rationing care. We got plenty plenty of beds. We're good to go Arizona Republic reached out to twelve different houses. We're good to go. We're fine. She's going on there just like Regina scaring the hell out of people. Third thing I think you need to know this is a big deal. A. French study published just June twenty third. No significant transmission among children or from teachers, I'm sorry, no significant transmission among children from students to teachers of the Chinese virus overall, the result of this study are comparable to those studies carried out in other countries that suggests children between age to age, six and eleven eight, hundred, sixty seven are generally infected in a family environment relevant school. Main, ru finding is at the infected children did not spread the virus to other children or to teachers or other school staff. there. You go three things. I think you need to know yet yet. Friend of mine sent this to me. Jill July seventh letter to state leaders from Arizona School Board members, and I'm looking at this and has got Adalah Burrell's daughter because she's a not unfortunately. Look, we know most. We've Fallen Asleep brushless tournament yesterday. We Fallen Asleep at the wheel. We need people to bite the bullet run for school board. To make sure this crap doesn't happen anymore. We've let it go for twenty or thirty years and not really cared now we're paying the price for it. You have nothing but ease on school boards. Of course they want everything. Shut down because they also hate trump. Adderley to grow hall with that Ned Nutjob Crystal Foster social warrior that she is all over the state. There are. There are people here on this list. School board members begging hoping pleading? Amphitheater School district members. Yes, they are there as well. Matthew Kopech. Hell's this frigging 'cause my go-to schools. He's the only one. What they're asking for any love, this positive cases in Arizona trending upward downward. Yeah, but hospitalizations are down. Deaths are down. Herd Immunity. Did these fools ever say? Let's close down the schools for flu. Did that ever happen? No. Flu is seven times more deadly to kids. Then the Chinese virus so I just told my I told my wife I looked. This is actually good. This French studies show. She goes, but does matter. Does it you know? Is Anybody paying attention to this? You know these these like an sucks because these people are just hell bent on wanting to close down, but this is where you need to do something you need to write. Your Superintendent needed a school board members. You need to write the State Superintendent of schools. And again attached the information I put on my social media page east. I'm not make these are studies. These are all done this information. It needs to get out there, so you're telling me and by the way shame on Atalanta Golvin crystel-foster in every single school board member in the state that signed this letter. I guess they just they must know more than the American Academy of Pediatrics because the American Academy pediatricians came out and said kids need to go back to school as up. The biggest hospital in Canada for kids. Biggest Children's Hospital in Toronto came out and said kids to go back to school. No masks be as normal as possible. They need to get back out of. This is terrible for them, so it's really disgusting that these, so the school board members are one of the kids that much more and they run for school board. They WANNA damage. Get you need to be vocal. You can't sit back and do nothing you just. It's not an option anymore. It's not an option. Ready for this one to before I get to calls. Ready for this one. In Canada. They are calling for the end of lockdowns permanently, even if Even, if outbreaks continue. So. They want kids to go back to school in Canada. And now they are saying. Don't ever do lockdowns again. Even if this continues or gets worse, don't do it. The societal cost of maintaining these public health measures, even with some were graduate relaxation or too high Canadians are missing scheduled medical appointments and surgeries which lead to increase deaths, significant challenges for our young with impact on early childhood development, one of the strongest predictors of Lifelong Health and social outcomes. Education is compromised. Elimination, of Covid, nineteen is not an. Objective for Canada until we have vaccine, we need to accept that there will be cases and outbreaks, of cove, nineteen. GotTa to accept it. We need to shift from a mindset of attempting to eradicate this disease, which is not feasible and will lead to continue devastation of our society to a new goal new goal minimize the impact. Minimize the impact by protecting the vulnerable while allowing society to function. What an idea frigging Canadians. Knowing more than us. They wrote adults to go back to work. Family and friends need to meet. Balanced Response Dot ca reporter by our Buddy Alex Berenson. This is what needs to happen. Needs to happen here, too. So anyway really quick. This letter and who knows if anybody's GONNA. Take it seriously or not. Letter to state members are state leaders from Arizona. School board members. What they want you ready for this with a so since they have the numbers of cases going up of course hospitalizations down. Deaths down. This is what they're asking for statewide closure of buildings and classrooms until October first. Negga don't misinterpret this. This is happening. This is what these idiots school board members are asking they're asking for. They want everything closed classrooms and everything until October first or the date on district academic counters that marks the end of the first quarter of instruction. Then in October district's May consider reopening buildings and classrooms for in person learning when we meet agreed upon levels of Covid, nineteen data points, but we can't trust them because they everybody's. You have the sniffles your Cova. Person Without test your your Kobe case. This is what they WANNA do. Fun distance-learning, forget you and your distance learning. Wave One hundred eighty and day instructional requirement for the school. Year, Nice We. Also ask for suspension of statewide standardized testing They won't be nothing who's going to do the job. Give me my tax dollars back. Your money back. We must focus on their health and well being during this covert nineteen crisis. You're not focusing on the students, health and wellbeing. They're getting damaged by staying home. Eight eight zero S T. Eight, zero, five, six seven. Let's go to Samantha thank you for hanging on Hi Samantha. How are you? Doing. Good good. What's on your mind? there's a couple of things I wanNA talk to you about The first thing is that even if they open schools, they're going to require mass. Go minimize movement. Kids off to be sixty feet apart. parent teacher conferences will be done over the phone. Parents won't be allowed to visit or volunteer. Group activities. We'll be abolished and I just think that is insane. my husband and is daughter is supposed to go to kindergarten this year. But we think we're GONNA end up home schooling her because we don't want her to have that experience and we refused to accept that as the normal over a virus that. Is less or equal to the flu, you know. It's it's actually less. The flu is seven times more likely to kill your daughter than this virus. and. It is hanging hanging the secondhand second so. I what school district would you be going to? NASD Ranna. Okay. I'm only familiar. What happened with Amphorae? Because my son goes to am amplify, and it was weird. Wording amphorae, it said facemasks as required, but it didn't say what's required. Did say that for you. That is as face. Masks are required. Well I didn't see an official like Duh. Duh, declaring of what it would be I just thought it was like a new segment. Saying what will happen if they open school if I'm not completely sure. Yeah don't trust the news. They suck. You're terrible. Just wanted ran a school website and see what's there. I mean honestly be an in, but even like with my school district he did. He gave weird things, and it said they're going to have to wear masks on the boss, but then it didn't say another part. They'd have to wear masks on the bus. They just see. They said we're GONNA only see to a school bench on the bus something well. That's what it's supposed to be. I don't I don't understand. So late. This is all garbage I give you listen I'm assuming and I give all these facts to show that it's fine in Europe over the all over Europe there openings schools. They're open. They've been open. In Canada, they're calling to open the American. Academy pediatricians has opened them up no masks and it's frustrating. It's why you need to be as loud as you can be and call them around. A schools call the school board members email 'em state superintendent of schools. Here Kathy Hoffman is her name in Arizona. You need to let everybody know what you think and how you think. Oh. Yes, and another thing is I'm twenty three years old, and almost all of my peers or people around my age think I'm insane because I share the information that I hear from you and from other places and nobody wants to look past the news or what they hear on facebook or at ever, and nobody will even listen to the things I share like they won't even take the five or ten minutes to listen or read the article because they want to live in this I. Don't know fear world. There's another thing. I wanted to mention to you, too. About not wearing a mask in public if that's okay. Sure. So most people have left me alone. There is one older man who was like you should wear a mask to be nice. Everyone else and I was like okay. Just Kinda. Let him you move on, but yes. I was that fries and I was one of probably two people, not wearing a mask an employee approach instead canal, and I said no, thank you, he said okay. Do you have a medical condition I? Said yes I. DO I tended to keep walking, but he said wait. Here's a letter to show. You've been spoken to I, said Okay I didn't even read it until I was in the checkout line. But it says The are the store will supply mask if needed. Local authorities be contacted for refusal to wear face covering while remaining in the stores. I thought that was so insane because our local aren't even enforcing it. and I have a medical vision I can't. I have to get food for my kids. I can't wear masks. You know. Yeah, no and listen. You don't have to tell them Jack Squat. I mean they can't. It could be anything. It could be a mental health issue if you get anxiety from it. If you could cost her phobia, you know. Maybe you have asthma. It's none of their business and. This guy was instructed to give a letter, and that's what fries corporate is doing to prove. They're trying to be safe or whatever, and that's what's frustrating to. Because none of makes sense I mean next. Listen I you. You WanNa. Do I'm sick of being silent? You know nobody A. There's only one person that said something to me and I I set them straight in a very nice way, but no more being nice to these people like. If they call, you should wear a mask. What do you say to be nice to everybody else? So so next time say. Can you tell me the study that was done? That proves that if I wear a mask. And you aren't and I exhale that you are not going to get whatever I have i. have something because there's never been an actual controlled study that says people that wear masks. CanNot Infect someone not wearing a mask. There's not been one study by that. You don't even know how you could even. I don't even because generally it's the mass. They do the studies to show. If you actually do get sick yourself from someone not wearing a mask, so there's no study that I know of that I've ever seen says if you whatever you xl through the mask, and if somebody's not wearing it, you'll get them sick. That has never been done, so there's literally no proof that actually happens. Right can I. be honest with you like something I'm afraid of them and I know I try not to be afraid, but I'm. I'm young, and most of the people around wearing masks I'm afraid that they will gang up on me and Mike I don't know I. Feel like I'm GonNa. Be outcasted from society because I'm one of the few people who won't wear a mask and I'm afraid of that and I'm afraid for my children stitcher of that. No I get. What are they? GonNa do I mean you have one person say something. Even if they give you a dirty looks just you know. Kill them with kindness right back in that aspect, and if they come to you and say something. You know no, no. Here's the thing just like you said earlier. You have friends that want to listen to you. Nobody wants to come to the realization that they may have been fooled or conned. Because then they feel stupid like. How could this happen to me? What's going on? It takes a while to get people Get their wall down to accept what's actually happening and the same thing with the masks. You know if if they if they nobody's GonNa, come after you. We just look. I have a medical condition. They can't say anything. and nobody's going to hang up on you. I recently at a grocery store. The he's like man. People are looking at you because you're not wearing a mask. I didn't even notice and honestly don't care. CARE. You know that's that's it. This is America again. I I really think, and I'm listen. I'm vaccinated. My kids are vaccinated. But because of everything that's happening now. Everything so political everything is done for a reason. I truly believe that they are making people wear masks, because remember FAO. She and the rest of them said there's no reason for anybody that's not six to wear a mask, and they changed their mind like all of the science change in a month so. They're only doing this to the to see. They can control people and they're going to say if you WANNA take off the mask when the vaccines out go get vaccinated. Saying you, shouldn't. You shouldn't but I really think that's what it is? It's about control that aspect and they want to make sure that people will do what they tell them to do. And this is a big test, so they get vaccinated because people can get rich on it. Maybe it'll help you. Maybe a won't. I think that's what it's all about. I agree don't worry. Don't work day. You know what have confidence in what you do. Don't be rattled by anything you see on the news I mean I prove it wrong every single day and don't think you're alone. Trust me. My wife will look at stuff and I'll say, don't you realize I have said this? Don't you realize that they are wrong? And this is why and it could but when? When he gets beat into your head over and over and over. That's why it's propaganda. It's it's not news. It's propaganda. Just do your best to have a smile on your face. We're going to get through it. We're going to be okay. This is not as deadly as we thought we were told. They have been wrong every step of the way they'll continue to be wrong. It's all about control because. That's that's what they want to do so. I hope that how much? You got it. Please Samantha have a great day. Thank you for listening and and call everybody and give your mind about about what's going on in schools? We'll continue to not go anywhere morning ritual Louis Kansas, t am seven ninety two sounds. Most stimulating talk for good feet arch support store. was with you here. Can S. T. A. AM seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk? Thank you for hanging out. One hundred lot today. So Ryan really quick just told me got a call from somebody who? is working at We heard from somebody that heard from somebody. On the phone Oh okay, well it it. It's OK speaking of the new news fake news. What do you believe would not to believe? Let, me, go to an okay, so I was GONNA. Talk about. Let's go to an real quick and welcome to KFC hi. Hi Garrett thanks for taking my call because I hope all your listeners are hearing this and can maybe phone in some of their experiences or explain what's going on. But I had lunch yesterday a lunch with a friend known for years. Okay, she's a nurse, very honest person. Okay? After that lunch two hours later got in the car and heard your commercial about how things were being exaggerated. So the lunch was specifically about how her friend, a nurse TMC was just. Her hands were tied. It was so bad then later, being vetted that they were they'd run out of stuff. People are so sick and dying, and it was just terrible now. My friend acted very. Sorry that like all this was happening i. mean she really believed it? I don't think she was telling me something to to convince me otherwise. She really believed it now. If that nurse down at GMC is she being told to say these kinds of things? What, what's really going on supposedly the? This So here's the thing and it's a great question. It's so confusing this whole situation. Is that that way right? So I have Dr Buddies. That do rounds at all these hospitals. They do rounds at TMC that he rounds a banner things like that, and when I asked him I said what about these nurses that do this stuff? One of my doctor friend's said to me. The nurses that are acting like the whole world is coming down on them. He said the reason they're doing that is that these hospitals are too cheap to hire the staff that is required, which is why they hire traveling nurses. At, their basically contract workers. They don't pay them benefits. Contract nurses come here? Yeah, contract contract nurses come here from the east coast in the wintertime. They don't to be there and they get paid a good amount of money. No benefits though to come do the work so right now. They're not here. And because nobody wants to come to Tucson in the summertime, so these nurses that you see that are saying this is terrible. They are just being over work like crazy because they don't have the proper staff in place because hospitals don't WanNa pay. One of it right there that that that's what I was told. now again we had the I. Don't know if you heard the segment yesterday on my page listing Aquinas DOT, com, it's worth it Jim the guy that works and I can't say which hospital but I'll tell you this. It's one of the two big hospitals in town. And he said they have ICU beds, waiting there empty, and they have the ability to Lou to to actually build more of them to have more ICU. They can expand their ICU's if they need. And he said it's you know. He works at the hospital and he said it's this everything you hear news. It's garbage garbage. It's not they're not being overrun. It's not happening that way and let me tell you. It's normal like people don't realize. Hospitals want eighty to ninety percent of their ICU's folder because that's how they make money. That's what happens if they're not fulfilling I'm making money. And that's normal. I even have an example of that and just stay stay this. This is why it gets. You never know some people any. All the doctor also told the doctors and nurses that you also see that are freaking out talking to the media saying how bad it is. The reason that you only see them in the media's because that's what the hospitals want you to see to. They want to push this. They WANNA. Promote that aspect. There are plenty of doctors and nurses to say this is garbage. I mean they see people sending emails and messages, and even calling in yesterday saying that they have there are furloughs. The staff is still being furloughed at TMC banner. It's that bad. Why are they furloughing people? So You know so. That's an I'll tell you this this. This is This is something good that I have here where where hang on. Stay with me. It's a Florida now sick 'cause Florida's going through Kinda Kinda like what we are going through in a way, right? So they're freaking out in Florida I saw these things. Thirteen hospitals have run out of ICU bed. This is crazy blah blah blah. Well story from the Orlando. Sentinel Corona Virus Strains Florida health system as some hospitals run out of ICU beds in largest counties. That was the story like Oh. Gosh, what's going on? However. If you look at this story, it says right here. In mid-march as patient volumes declined in fewer beds were needed. Orlando Health began consolidating units to reduce the number of beds, including bags that were staffed in an operation so the current operational bed count. Is What they report on the. State website that is not the Orlando Health's total bed capacity. They have nearly thirty three hundred beds, nearly two hundred, those ICU beds, and we have the capacity to go up to five hundred a spokesman. said the hospital system has available hospital bed capacity, and the number of the dashboard doesn't reflect the number of actual beds available meaning. They freaked out. Oh my God. What's going on? They said well. We shrunk because we didn't need it now. We might need a week and expanded. We are not running out. It's okay. It's okay. And that's how it is all over in Arizona, Florida these hotspots it's they have the ability to go to the. Trump they're doing. This is how it is. That's all it is. That's all it is. This is all to get rid of to freak out. People to think I just want normal again and when the media doesn't scare me, things are okay, and they will not just like they loved Obama, they're gonNA love. Biden, wherever tells Biden what to do? That's all this is to do is to blame trump for this chaos. People turn on him. That's all this is. Make same people like US start questioning sanity. You know wondering we'll wait a minute. What I mean I have a girlfriend who thinks trump's exterminating hispanics blur in concentration camps. A. Woman again, you know and I. I had crossed Keith. Day of fallen out I. couldn't I couldn't believe it? I can't slap stupid. You can't. You can't say you can't stop them stupid and remember. This is the same media that told you rush. Trump was a Russian agent. On the take with the Ukraine. So you know again their credibility has gone. News is no longer news. It's propaganda as just the way it is. Telling so many lies after the mount, Rushmore, speech I'm sitting there and my jaw dropping and I'm like you know I heard the whole speech. I don't remember a single word about the civil war confederacy to confederate flag. Robert e Lee and they're going on about how he's praising dead traders and by. You know. What's wrong with these? Leibel, you know. Maybe something's wrong with myself. I don't like, I said you start questioning what you see. No there's nothing wrong with you. It's them. It's them I hope that helps just take it with a grain of salt. Don't believe it and don't even watch it because it's just not even worth it. It's just not worth it. I mean again if I didn't tell you that we peaked at hospitalizations, according to the State Department health website on June fifteenth. You'd think that we're getting more people every day in the hospital. Are, you would. Well that day with one hundred six. It's gone down ever since it's right there available for people to see on the department health website all you have to go there simple as that so. I hope that helps San I hope you have a fantastic. That's okay. We'll be all right. Heard that commercial I thought I i. You know I gotTa. Make Sure I. Call Him Tomorrow So. I? Like I said sometimes I'm I. Need My sanity. affirmed. Well you are saying we're both saying. I hope you have a great day. Listen okay. Okay, thank you very much Garrett. Take Care Bye. We'll continue it is. Earth through the weekend. Away. I Gary Lewis with you. It is your morning. Ritual Can Sti am seventy Tucson's most stimulating talk. Three things I think you need to know number one. Media is driving. PEOPLE INSANE SWAM here. no, there aren't over one hundred thousand current cases of the Chinese virus go to the Department of Health website, and it says that Well, there's a lot less. Five thousand, three, hundred or so. Right five thousand, three hundred. Fifty Five, hundred, twenty, six now. Five percent of cases are hospitalized. gets even better June fifteenth. Was the day that peaked for daily hospitalizations that was the one hundred ten, and it dropped dramatically to two eighty, four into the seventies and sixties, and it's been on a downward trend since June fifteenth. Matter of fact, you could even say some June eighth with one random thing on June fifteenth, so it's been at least three and a half weeks, if not longer than a month, that hospitalizations have dropped dramatically. There's been thirty three hundred plus people discharged from Kovin hospitals in the past week. Anyway second thing. I think you need to know I just put it on my pager canister dot com kate. Guy Ego caught lying on CNN causing panic. Seeing that CARE is being rationed at Arizona hospitals because you're so overwhelmed yet. Arizona Republic Channel Three. Scare, queen up at the ABC Fifteen Nicole Greg all confirmed that there actually is no rationing of care and Oz. Bottles have adequate staffing in ICU beds and beds and all that stuff. Phoenix Mayor Doozy is not destroying her because he's too busy trying to destroy businesses where to go duck. Third thing I think you need to know. A French study came out a couple of weeks ago and you know what it shows. Schools need to open so my facebook page. Thirteen hundred forty people involved the result of this study. Suggests kids between six and eleven or generally infected in a family environment may new findings that the infected children did not spread the virus to other kids or teachers or school staff. It's comparable to those studies carried out other countries. No significant transmission among kids or from students to teachers. Three things I. Think you need to know. It's there. It's there. You don't have consequences that that letter from Wacko school board members around the state to state leaders as they put it. Rowell's daughters on their. In it by the way. You love this while we appreciate the decision to require five days onsite learning is to assure families of place to send their kids, so they can continue to earn an income and financially contribute to our economy. This decision is inequitable and greatly impacts our poorest communities. The most the majority of families in our wealthiest neighborhoods will be able to work from home and continue to deliver online classes to their children remotely. Working. Class families don't. Have Luxury. What did you so then go back to school? I love. I say if you're in a wealthy community. Be Able to work from home, not everybody. And then you can work from home at the same time to be a teacher. Your Kid, I mean these are the steelers school board members. Vote him out. Vote them all out. Crazy! At Alita, and every so I think every school board member from two USD is on. If not I don't care, they all suck anyway Let's go to go. It's grant. Thanks for hanging on welcome to Kane Sti. Are you doing. Garrett is nice to speak to you again. Seen here. A I wanted to is talking to Ryan. We're talking about that restaurant. Thing about. I went to Panda Express and this lady told the guy that you can't come in here and order anything unless you have a mask on. And I was saying that's kind of a wrong. Because if he has underlining condition, he can't wear A. You'RE NOT GONNA. Serve him that that's wrong. You can't do that to that man and he was. He would tell if he was saying that. There's something that he could do about that. Call the manager and say hey, look, you have to serve me. You can't deny me service. Nope, not on a medical condition with to be sued based on the American Disabilities Act. Yeah I was I was gonNA tell a guy, but I didn't want to get into it winning, but the most important thing I want to bring up was you know these people that are walking around talking about tearing down? You know confederate flags and monuments, and all this kind of stuff and. All these people back in the day where racism slave owners and things like that I was telling Ryan at. A have ever looked wanted to see what kind of money spending. You know there's Washington. Lincoln. Jackson. I don't think about it. Run into the bank, saying hey. I want to take all my money out of the Bank I WANNA burn the governor's race money. Exactly. Raising money get rid of it. Rid of it I love it and by the way. I want to. Raise money. We've been saying that. And if me as a white guy goes to a business owned by a black guy, right if that happens and I go to pay them. Am I a racist by giving that money? You know I don't think. Money. Come on man! Are you serious? This is this is. This is what and again it's. It's just insane people. It's insane people that are doing this. It's. Bad. I think some I'll. No Hey can I tell you something else. That's funny. Actually was told to me. Tuesday night by a buddy of mine because you're pretty fast food restaurants where you go in there, so buddy of mine says his kid likes covers a lot right not to give them a plug culverts, so he says I go in there. and Go to order as what with his kid, who six years old. And he goes to order. The Guy Goes Whoa WHOA. You need to put an mask. and. I'm to goes we're in we're in a restaurant. He goes needed to put an ask. Somebody goes I turn around I see people five feet behind me at a table eating no mask and he said. Well if I'm wearing a mask, what about them behind me? Go On to order. You have to wear a mask than you can take it off and go sit down. And my buddy goes. That makes no sense. Didn't. Need Sanity of what we have, so, are you telling me that I have to I have to wear a mask to order, but then I have to I can take it off and sit down and eat. Right A Good Day man and Red Money Oh. Birds. And the banks are racist by holding that racist. Money Right. aimed. Everyday man, you have a great. Thank you so much. You take care of grant. Thank you very much, you know. Don't burn that money. Just give it to me all dispose of it properly. If you if you feeling member. Yeah, yeah, remember that one black guy. There was a big trump supporter trying central. You liberal white people. If you feel guilty, give me your money I'll make. It'll make you feel better to me. It was just great was brilliant brilliant. Oh! I have so much more to get off the wait till tomorrow i. mean some of the things by the way nobody's ever saying anything to Regina. Crazy Regina a better support for black lives matter. They're coming out now. Telling people they only want support black owned businesses. Isn't that racist? Is She okay with that. Another one came out, told Fox News. She wants to about black lives I. Want to abolish the police. Is Anybody, locally GONNA ask. Regina, the dictator about that and she approved the black lives matter street mural, and then paid thirty three hundred bucks for a black lives matter to hang out the window city hall. And then 'cause this guy to have death threats on him. Nothing nothing at all. Crazy I have more coming up. Don't go anywhere. Here Louis with you here. kanus St am seven hundred. Most stimulating talk. Some for you really quick J. P. Morgan. Based! They have their stats. They have their data Texas California Florida. Arizona, ready for this. We do not see cases in the southern and western states, resulting in mortality rates, similar to those observed in the northeast during March and April likely to a larger percentage of mild and Nathan cases, a younger average age, better treatment of more testing. They don't see anything going. Going on that's crazy, but the numbers are being manipulated in giant ways. If you miss this and I'm going to share this on my facebook page. Here's that chiropractor who was contact trace. One of his colleagues got it. He didn't WanNa be no symptoms or anything. And he said when the contact race or call them at fourteen days. This happened And I said Kay. Well I just have a question for you and he's like. Yeah, how can I help? And he said I'm hearing that a lot of the spike in the Cova cases has to do with these phone calls where. Basically if somebody is being traced like I was if I were to report and say hey, I have. A runny nose and a little bit of a cough. That would actually be a positive I would count towards a Cova cove nineteen. Statistic. And I said, is that correct and he said? Yes area go. That is correct, and I said that's frigging crazy. Are you kidding me like? How can you test? Or how can you say that I'm positive? Just based on a runny nose and a cloth like that could be frickin allergies that can be cold and this kid just doing this job like I'm not getting him. I'm just I'm just frustrated this whole situation. And he said. we can count you as a positive Kovic nineteen case. If you have positive symptoms And we don't require a test in order to count as Koga nineteen positive because of. This really Wong for can planned out phrase because of the epidemiological risk factor of covert or something like that there you go. He is a doctor of Chiropractic a chiropractor. You know that he D'Amato goal out of Idaho. It's going viral now. You think he's the only one that has experience with all these remember Doug Ducey said he's putting like thirty million dollars to pay for contact tracers National Guard. So if somebody gets the cold bitter, they're told they're GONNA go. Hey, who have you been around? Bill Bob Sue Jen. Right and call them up and they go. Do you have any symptoms? While what do you mean any decent and remember a cough? Sore throat. Little fatigue. Headache. Those are symptoms of Cova. Do you have a headache? Yup All right covert. Wait you. Just kinda means Kobe positive. Yes, I did. It's all across the country. So again out of all these people that that are suppose it cova cases here in Arizona. How many are garbage like that? How many! I'm over all of this, aren't you? Have you had enough yet? I'm just sick of stupid people. People literally ignore. Data ignore. What's that stuff that I tell you I'm not making it up. Man With a lot more to get tomorrow. I might have a special guest I think I will talk about how the the counting here in Arizona is so damn, ridiculous and suspect in fraudulent. Pay Attention for that tomorrow I'll talk to you re that's Ziprecruiter. She saw from the region well studio. Your local fiduciary Trajan. WEALTH DOT COM, this is. Am Seven.

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Ep. 422 Sangiovese Lambrusco... | Sangiovese!

Italian Wine Podcast

11:35 min | 6 months ago

Ep. 422 Sangiovese Lambrusco... | Sangiovese!

"Samuel Samuel I am currently about a girl, you know, welcome to the Italian podcast. My name is Joy Livingston. And for the next several weeks. I will be bringing you some Choice narrated content from the books Angeles Lambrusco and other fine stories written by Mister Scoggins himself professor at T O Senza and sitting I'm a chunk published by positive, press. Net to get a copy of the book. The Kindle version is available on Amazon and hardcover copies are available from positive, press if you like the content, we share each week consider donating to our show. Fine details add Italian wine podcast off. Dot-com or on our social media channels sit back and get your geek on as we jump into the details stories and science of Italian Wines & Vines. Chapter seven the contested sun sun giovinazzi. searching for Origins Sanjo Visa is depicted in a famous painting of the late seventeenth Century by bartolomeo B&B a Florentine painter by the name of sun Juliet. Oh God while Cosimo rinci the task an agronomist speaks of Saint Joe vato as a most beautiful quality grape each year. It is infinitely abundant 1526 Sangiovese is also cultivated in Corsica under the name of Neo Lucho and has recently been found in Algeria with the local name of like Daddy. It was in 2002 that we began to talk about the parents of San Jose and to this day. The discussion is still going on. The first goal was to identify a first-degree kinship with Julia giallo, but without clarifying which variety generated the other this opens the hunt for The Missing Link, which is essential to resolve the parent-child trio finding this fine. However has proven to be a more difficult task than expected due to excess of candidates. In 2007 the initial theory proposed was son drove is it could be the son of Julia giallo and collaborate Mountain wobble of Iraq identified in Mohnton wobble in the province of Naples where it was imported by the city guard he family originally from the Albanian Enclave of Calabria and not arrived in the flat gray and Fields in the first half of the nineteenth century. the satisfaction over this discovery however was short-lived because an in-depth study also carried out in 2007 on the largest and most prestigious collection of Vine varieties in the world in Masala Montpellier, France completely overturned that idea and identify San Jose a not as a son but as the parent of chia giallo together with Moscato the media or Moscato Viola, Tom This second proposal had greater Support also because the parents of that moose guy who's the media was also identified and do not contradict this thing and moreover Julia. Giallo appears in the literature long after son drove a z in nineteen thirty-two against 1590 of the second. In 2010 with the 2007 hypothesis still in Vogue the results of a further study on the collection of varieties by The Institute of Cornelia know she came out confirming the work of the French group. But we are still a long way from reaching a definitive conclusion in 2012 another group of researchers. Although not excluding definitively the previous hypotheses identified another possible. Trio son drove is it could be the son of Julia giallo and negro Dolce an old local variety from the province of fact the case remains unresolved to this day. The name is offspring of a contested Sun. Whereas its ancestry remains an unanswered question what has been discovered is that San Jose Jose has progeny scattered over a rather large area with the first-degree kinship parents son concerns. Not only the minor Vines of Tuscany as was foreseeable on the basis of its geographical spread a couple of more money the Varanasi valdarno and the roundleaf but above all the well-known varieties of southern Italy such as gallery of body Calabria para Kang and other minor varieties and Sicily. Even more surprising was to discover that the apollyon Negra Dolce corresponds to that morally know the valdarno located in Tuscany in this way the plot thickens and the puzzle becomes even more complex. Or Sada in the province of four is at the crossroads of three regions Campagna Booyah and basilicata in the territory of the Downy Mountainburg. Its history is thousands of years old and with evidence of Neolithic settlements and Abby's and farmhouses a legacy of Roman and Longo Bar times. Here beginning with a Vine of the same name. There is a token is a wine produced whose DNA was found to be consistent with Sandra. Bezic. I took a denomination was used to define not only Saint Jo bheja but also related varieties the cre a council for research and agriculture an agricultural economics in to re body has preserved a line called to Canadian which was related to the first degree with San Jose and that probably could be one of the many descendants. Despite numerous attempts to go unnoticed genetics and molecular biology have managed to track down San Jose even where there were no suspects for example in Calabria and some old almost abandoned Vineyards. Some strains have been identified such as Calabria Negril. Oh Vena Del Conte Corinne canera whose DNA corresponds to that of Saint Joe V's in the overlap with codeine Panera allows us to investigate the case of the cultivation of a Vine of the same name without seeds grown in the ionian islands. Codington era was used in blending with my vysya of Leipzig. Korean Panera has a Greek named the current Yaki, although synonym e. Never been verified. It was always imagined that the two varieties were the same thing. In fact quoting thought a oleana turned out to be a variant of San Jose that last impart the ability to develop seats. This is not an isolated case similar variance have recently been identified in other than Fridays including hainish Vice which was discussed in chapter three. We can imagine that the exchange of identity between sanjo varies according to narrow was a mistake because the latter is notoriously characterized by cluster juice with grapes of very small size and unable to produce seats historically. The name of this Variety in the ionian islands is minute or off Selena with reference to the small size of the berries and their use as raisins whose trade was particularly profitable. The correspondence of the black guy Olean Corinth with Sandra Visa was particularly difficult to imagine also because it does not appear that the lad has ever been cultivated on the Sicilian archipelago Islands in 2014 that Lawrence's and colleagues in a survey of Sicilian varietal Heritage carried out through DNA analysis, identified Sandra under the Curious name of Challa Challa in Palermo otano and the preventivo in Massena. In addition recent Studies by buttons on T and colleagues in 2010 show that Sandra and Julia giallo are widely present in a nice Vineyards of the Aetna area, but without being recognized as such in fact, they are mixed and confused with metal Okoboji and several other plants whose identity has yet to be ascertained the amount of information coming from the molecular investigations. Mostly unexpected opens up a rightful reflection of the origins of Sangiovese a month. There is a concordance of Origins many of the vines related to Saint Joe visit come from the southern part of Italy. It pushes us to look at this area as the possible crazy from which it would then have moved to task in EN emilia-romagna. Another clue Sandra Visa is sometimes called caliber in some areas of Tuscany. Thank you for listening to this week's installment of Sandra Lambrusco and other Vine stories. We hope you expanded your horizons and gave your brain cells and Italian wine work out. We'll see you again next Thursday. And remember the Kindle version of the book is available on Amazon and hardcover copies are available from positive. Press. But if you feel inspired to make a donation to our show, please visit us at the Italian wine podcast.com find Italian wine podcast on Facebook and Instagram or Twitter handle it off at Ito wine podcast off with your family, you know, they're not talking about

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Week 14 (Part 1)

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

35:57 min | 1 year ago

Week 14 (Part 1)

"It's time to eat in Marbella. Sit Down and get ready to consume an abundance of fantasy football knowledge from Ross Tucker and Joe Dolan Roland Fantasy. Feast Eytan PODCAST air. Let me baby. It is the fantasy feast. He's eaten podcast for week. Thirteen in the NFL and it is now. It's week fourteen holy crap. It's week fourteen and it's presented by Bet online g you're online sportsbook experts. Just use the Promo Code. podcast one to get a fifty percent sign up bonus today a day again podcast. One fifty percent sign up bonus today he is Joe Dolan. He's a total stud number one ranked fantasy analyst in in the world. And I think those of you that have been listening this year. You can see why he's a total stud follow him on twitter at F. G. Underscore Dolan at Ross Tucker. NFL and not only. Do I have the fantasy. Feast podcast but on on Tuesdays we do power rankings on the Ross Tucker football podcast. We've got the college draft podcast Breaking Down Conference Championship weekend weekend in College. Football so all kinds of goodies for you over at Ross Tucker Dot com I'm at Ross Tucker. NFL Twitter Instagram facebook and of course for all of the RT media. PODCAST even money all of them. You WanNa follow at RTF RTF podcast and check out. Some of our unbelievable holiday sponsors. The sponsors page over at Ross Tucker Dot Com Joe. Let's start with Thursday night's game should be a good one. I'm looking forward to a cowboys at the bears. The bears are starting to play pretty. Well here the cowboys are trying to see which of the two teams in the NFC east can out incompetent the other If if to invent a word here ear I think the cowboys have more talent than Chicago. I think the cowboys have more talented Philadelphia Division counterparts at this point but who has the coaching edge in Chicago's goes actually a playing solidly. We'll start with Chicago Mitchell. trubisky is Hong Nineteen fantasy points at three of his last four games. Believe it or not including a season-best a season high on Thanksgiving against the Lions. He threw for three thirty eight with three touchdowns in a pick He's actually playing pretty well a by by anybody's standards but certainly by his standards and Dallas's defense has not been very good. We saw what Josh Allen did to them on Thanksgiving arguably playing the best game of his career. I don't think it's a coincidence though that Mitchell. Trubisky Kinda breakout here has Coincided with Anthony Miller getting more and more snaps more and more target targets. Anthony Miller has twenty one catches over his last three games. He has thirty three targets over that span. An average of an eleven per game so Anthony Miller's firmly in the wide receiver three kind of kind of a tear as you're talking about the Chicago bears. And you know this is a team a couple of weeks ago to me it was Allen Robinson or bust now addict trubisky stream or the quarterback. I think David Montgomery into Rico and are both flex type of up running backs and you can play both Robinson. Anthony Miller from this receiving core. Don't look now but the bears are actually starting to pick it up a little bit offensively and I'm not too sure. This Dallas Defense in Chicago is going to provide a whole lot of resistance. Yeah well Anthony. Miller tore up. Justin Coleman in the second half of that Thanksgiving Day game for sure. How about my Jesper Horse to touchdown call by the way all Ross? I was thrilled about that because I used them for defense on the Thanksgiving slate and I think I mentioned last week. I never win playing on the Thanksgiving slate. I actually broke even which I consider a victory because I never played that slight. You almost have to have a perfect lineup to win anything. Anything Jesper Horse. That did help me out though that was talking about before the game was like dude escort touchdown he's like okay I'll try while he retrial. Did it on the only played like eleven percent of the snaps too so you actually got it done a interesting player that horse then. That's the only ball they threw. ooh I mean my guess. That'll change now is this. I catch the game. Only cats at the game so anyway. What about the cowboys on the other side? While it's hard to really go against up playing hezekiel Elliot here I would definitely play Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup as well Randall. COBB was a huge disappointment treatment on thanksgiving. He had just three targets. He was somebody who who really ended up costing me winning more on the DFS late The problem here is as we we've seen from Dak Prescott and when you mentioned this you're not saying that that Prescott too bad player far from it. It's just that he is a very condition based quarterback quarterback. I think he's a clean pocket quarterback who needs at close to a full complement of weapons to really really take advantage and Ross. Going on the road. Here you're in Chicago cold weather. He's been wearing gloves in practice. This is not the greatest of matchups for Dak Prescott. Chances are you don't have a better option for fantasy however Maybe if you've been choosing between let's say Dak Prescott Genus Winston or Dak Prescott Prescott and Aaron Rodgers this year. Maybe this is a week where you consider. Hey I've got a downgrade Dak Prescott. It's not a great match up for him. Especially on the road in adverse adverse conditions. Anything with the other guys in particular. Now Ezekiel Elliott is really the only guy I feel great about though. I'm definitely playing Amari. Cooper Super Michael Gallup. I'M GONNA consider cooper a low end wide. Receiver one Gallup high and wide receiver three this week. Let's do panthers at Falcons we actually. They had a stellar Christian. McCaffrey Game Joe Washington of of all teams. He still went over. One hundred yards from scrimmage by the way so That shows you what we're the kind of curve were grading Christian. McCaffrey on Ross there there's no way I'm not all systems. Go with with Christian McCaffrey this week. It's he's he's going to get it done I'm in no way worried about him. The question we have for the panthers is what what Kyle Alan Do. We get because the Kyle Allen we got a few weeks ago November seventeenth against a against Atlanta was not good. He threw four four interceptions. In that game. Of course Christian McCaffrey caught eleven passes and DJ more had eight for ninety five on fifteen targets. So that's what I'm focusing on even in in a terrible game for kyle arguably the worst. He's played all year with four interceptions Christian. McCaffrey put up over thirty points at a P P R without scoring a touchdown and DJ EJ more had fifteen targets eight for ninety five receiving. So those are the guys that I'm focused on. Because even when they played poorly against Atlanta those guys came aimed through the question. I have now for Carolina if Greg Olsen Mrs can you take a shot on Ian Thomas as a streaming tight end. That's that that's a possibility. Greg Greg Olsen left last week with a concussion and Curtis Samuel finally did something last week to maybe get himself back on the wide receiver three consideration but just know that he is highly highly highly volatile player. What about on the other side with the Atlanta Falcons? Well we obviously have to see about Julio Jones's injury he did not. I play on Thanksgiving and Russell gauge pushed it to the end there for a lot of people who had stream tim replayed them for. DFS But he got in the end zone. Calvin Ridley and Russell Gager certainly in consideration. But I wonder for a guy who's had really underwhelming season. How about how badly the Carolina Panthers are? We're getting creamed on the ground. I mean last week against Washington Darius guys goes nuts Adrian. Peterson goes nuts. Could would this be a spot for devante Freeman to get in the end zone on the ground. He did not play in the last game. Against Carolina. Freeman has not scored a rushing touchdown all season. If he's going to get in the box this year as a runner I think this is the game. He's gotTa do. A Carolina has been hemorrhaging points. Two two running backs moving on to more of this Sunday slate. You've got the colts disappointing with the colts. I don't don't know what Jacoby percent was doing with those picks at the Tampa Bay Bucks. Who Actually won without Jamison? The receivers going crazy start with the colts. We will start with the Colts Jacoby three nineteen but he had the two picks but with Philadelphia's receiving core getting a little bit healthier alshon Jeffery Nelson Aguilar. Were back last week. I think the colts right now. T. Y. Hilton can't play might have the worst receiving core in the entire NFL. Eric Lebron's on I are there leading to target get guys last week. React Pascal Jack. Doyle and I would have to imagine that continues for Indianapolis and we'll start with Pascal who's going to be very very popular for DFS AFS. This is a great match up against Tampa Bay. He had ten targets and seven for one. Oh nine last week Jacoby percents gonNA throw the ball to somebody and I think he's going to throw it to Zack. Pascal and Jack Doyle who had six for seventy three and a touchdown last week so those guys are on the radar. The question now becomes what happens in the backfield. Just just when we thought Jonathan Williams was the guy. He takes a back seat to both Jordan Wilkins. Nine minds against the titans is Marlin. Mac back this week if via's back Tampa Bay's run defense has been really good all season. So you downgrade him a little bit even though you've got to play them that's about it for the Indianapolis Colts Colts. You're you can take a shot on Pascal Doyle. I am not playing even in this great matchup because he doesn't have a lot of weapons and I'm downgrading Marlin Mac even if he's back. What about on the other side their counterparts in Tampa Bay while Rossi you you nailed it maybe the most disappointing fantasy performance? We've seen all a year from a team because Tampa Bay scores. Twenty eight points in a solid matchup against Jacksonville. They're leading to receivers were Rashad Perriman and Oj hauer their leading leading rusher was Peyton Barber. second-leading Russia was Jameis Winston. So a really frustrating game for Tampa Bay and I said it on this podcast before I am so so glad. I didn't draft Ronald Jones anywhere because he is driving people nuts you can only play him as a flex play. I know Tennessee crush them on the ground with Derrick Henry but Derrick Henry Ronald Jones or at the opposite end of the spectrum right now Jones is a flex I am not trusting Peyton bar. I do believe Ronald Jones is GonNa get the first opportunity this week. Bruce Arians came out and said they essentially benched him because he missed missed a blitz pickup. So you have to understand the volatility for Ronald Jones. And I'm going going back to the well with Mike. Evanston Chris Godwin. How do you not? These guys are a threat for one fifty and two touchdowns each and every week they just both had a bad game game against the Jaguars last week and I think James is streaming as well but a really really rough fantasy game for Tampa Bay which really just did not need a whole lot. A lot of firepower to beat Jacksonville last week. Let's get to the Miami Dolphins at the New York jets. Joe I think devante Parker had one of the five. I best games by a receiver. This season against the Eagles on Sunday he was unbelievable. I've heard conflicting reports. But I guess Miami actually has is an option for devante Parker and I thought perserve devante Parker was balling out For a contract year. A we'll see it. Miami Moves Zimmer or declares in part of their future future but he was unstoppable against Philadelphia. I mean physical catches. He was getting down the field contested catches in the red zone. Just everything I I mean. I've never never seen him play with that much attitude. As a matter of fact I think for people who acknowledged devante Parker talent but were frustrated by him. I would think his play personality was one of the things that bothered them about him because he he never at points didn't take advantage of his physical traits well. I think we've been seeing that this year. He's actually actually been one of the single most consistent receivers all fantasy football and I'll fully admit I miss the train on Devante Parker. I was not falling for this year. We I fallen four three years running with with the camp hype this year. The camp actually turned out Foamy eight times a shame on me. I guess but Devante Parker is getting it done on. You have to continue rolling Devante. Parker there is no doubt about it. He is right now. A fantasy stud and in with that. I think you can consider the Ryan Fitzpatrick as a streaming quarterback this week. If one of your starters or maybe you've been streaming all year against the jets. I think it's a good matchup. Andy Dalton had a solid solid game last week should have had a second touchdown pass that. CJ USE OMA dropped. So I think Ryan Fitzpatrick is in play also implies Mike Kosinski Rossi so you saw them at Penn state you also understand that for tight ends in the NFL. Sometimes it takes a long time for everything to start clicking and it feels like the game at this point it has slowed down for my Koseki. Yeah he's really starting to make plays extremely gifted athlete tremendous body control on hands. He he was awesome in that game against the Eagles as well yeah. They couldn't stop Parker Orga sticky. That a lot of problem with the size and then the one guy you could consider in the Backfield is Patrick. Layer Taylor and Balaj was carted off with an injury. Patrick layered ended up playing above sixty percent of the snaps. I know we talked about him on the podcast a couple of weeks ago. But he had a rushing touchdown he he did only have five yards rushing but he had a rushing touchdown more importantly he caught four passes for forty three yards. If you need a deep flex I think Patrick layered is going to be the lead back from Miami against the jets week on the other side against the jets. Well that was a disappointing performance by them against the bengals while especially especially since I thought Sam Darnold was a really good streaming quarterback last week but it just did not happen just two hundred thirty nine yards passing on forty eight pass attempts They were behind pretty much. The the entire Game Still Cincinnati averages four four point four yards per play. I mean this this should not have been a game. That was As lopsided as it looked I A- and Sam darnold dropping back forty eight times while on bell gets ten carries. That just can't happen. It cannot happen and it's been a problem all year. The big disappointment for the jets here. What has happened to Jamison crowder? Few weeks ago we were talking about how consistent he was he catches just two of nine targets for eight yards. Cards that is the second consecutive game. Jamison crowder has just two catches for under twenty yards the first time that has happened since week. Number five five when a when I one of the two David Fales or Luke Falk. I forget which brody started against the Eagles in that game but that was the first time that's happened and it's happened in back back to back games. So a complete disaster for Jamison crowder. Who At this point? Ross I mean with some of the with sixteen teams playing I cannot trust missing. Listen crowder right now and then back from the dead is Robbie Anderson who scored two weeks ago and then had one hundred yards receiving against the bengals. This is not a good Miami Secondary burried in the fact that the eagles had one of the most embarrassing defensive performances of the entire season is that they shredded Miami. Secondary alshon Jeffery had nearly one hundred and fifty yards receiving seating so I think Robbie Anderson and Ryan Griffin are playable in this passing game. But unfortunately you've got bench Jamison crowder right now. I don't know how you can trust a guy who who just caught only two of nine targets even in in a glorious matchup against Miami. I can't trust that in a playoff matchup Sunday. One o'clock awesome game niner. Saint Saint Joe the niners boy their schedule is really starting to get nasty The Saints Obviously Got Marshon Lattimore back which is big for them and that's bad news for Emmanuel Sanders and Deebo. Samuel thank Jimmy. Garoppolo in the boys have thrived when match ups have been good and they've Kinda struggled when matchups haven't been obviously the conditions were not great rate in Baltimore. They'll be far better in New Orleans obviously indoors but it will be hostile so I'm considering Emmanuel Sanders and Deebo Samuel both wide receiver the threes. You have to play George Kill. I know the numbers weren't there last week. But he played one hundred percent of the snaps. I don't know how he's doing it with his injury but he played every single snap. The question now becomes. What do we do with the San Francisco Backfield? I just don't know Tevin Coleman you cannot play he he is not playable right now for fantasy in a playoff matchup. He has been really struggling regime most or was the guy last week and he looked explosive. One forty six and a touchdown against the Ravens Defense So this is a this is a big big breakout caper. Most are but map. Rita might be back doc. Adam schefter reported early on Sunday that that Brita was gonNA play against the Ravens and then it started to rain and then he kind of backtracked and said. Hey look we're going to we're we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA give them another week. They wanted to be one hundred percent so if Brita is back what do they do in the backfield. I'm considering both he and Moster Flexes Flexes at best and you cannot play Kevin Coleman right now on the other side for the saints where he got. I knew it was going to happen. We we finally early last week gave gave them credit for being a well-defined fantasy team and tastes scores two touchdowns on Thanksgiving. So thank you Sean Payton thank you for for shoving it up our butts They are still a well-defined fantasy team. Though Ross I need I need Alvin Kamara to get in the end zone. Can we please get this guy in the end zone. He is killing knowing people. Despite the fact that overall playing pretty well I thought he looked really explosive the last few weeks. But he has not scored a touchdown since week. Three three as a matter of fact at. That's the only game this year that he scored in he scored twice. So this has been terrible for Alvin. Kamara he's been a huge fantasy disappointment strictly because of the lack of touchdowns but you do have to play against San Francisco. Michael Thomas in play as always drew brees in play as always jared. Cook is starting to come alive. However he did drop the touchdown on Thanksgiving Day? I know people were disappointed by that but he has scored in four of his last six games and it should have been five of his last six games. He should've caught touchdown on Thanksgiving against Atlanta. He still had three for eighty five receiving so in a game game where the it's projected to be close probably not using navis Murray. You're not using any of the secondary weapons against this. This really good forty nine defense defense. Really it's the breeze Thomas and Chimera show. All of them are in my lineup. And I'm not really thinking about anybody else. Lien's at the Vikings Joe I uh-huh David Blau had that really strong first half but things really really calmed down for him. After that Jeff Driscoll goes on I R A twenty to thirty eight for Blau. It is not a great viking defense. I think this is an exploitable secondary down the field. So if you saw what happened last week with Marvin Jones and Kenny Golladay getting open. I consider them both kind of wide receiver too wide receiver three fringe guys. Here with David Blount. No doubt about that. Unfortunately I'm not really anticipating anticipating Detroit to be very much in this game which won't allow them to really ride Bo. Scarbrough they're thirteen and a half point. Underdogs basically two touchdown underdogs. He's here in Minnesota. I think that does not bode well for both scarborough. He is a low end flex to me. He has not been used in the passing game. What so oh ever As a matter of fact he doesn't have a catch on the season. He has only one target in his three games. So I I would expect this to be more. Jd mckissick game in in the Backfield for the Detroit lions but really the only guys I feel comfortable about playing in this game or Golladay and Jones the line just put TJ Hopkinson on. I are too by the way. So I wa NA alliance team that is not playing with anywhere near a full deck and then what about for the Vikings offensively. Well the big question is what's going to happen with Alvin. Cooked Almond Cook came out of this morning and said we're recording this on Tuesday morning He came out and said Tuesday morning that he expects fully the play against the lions. The question is do the Vikings expect him to play against the Lions. They are fourteen point favorites thirty two touchdown favorites. Basically they could rest Alvin Cook this week. And that would open the door for Alexander Madison if Alexander Madison is on your waiver. Wire I don't care if you have dalvin cooker. Not Go get him now he he was a owned owned in about a third of Yahoo Leagues. I think people understood. He was one of those premium and costs. But if he's out there and you are in the playoffs you must go pick him up. We are not going to know. I went to later in the week on Dalvin. Cook it. Alvin Cook does not go. Alexander Madison is a shoe in for twenty touches with the Vikings as to touchdown favorites against the Detroit defense. That is not stopped running backs all season long. You must go pick up Alexander Madison at receiver. A we'll see about Adam. Phelan he did did not go on Monday night. You would think Stefan digs is going to see Darius slay which is a problem. He did not have a great game against Seattle. But we have to see about feeling so kirk cousins if feeling goes I think is a solid mid range starter. Kyle Rudolph in play but the big question we have for the Minnesota. Vikings is what is going on in that backfield go get Alexander Madison. Whether you've Alvin Cook is GonNa play or not broncos Texans Joe. The broncos were interesting because I thought drew lock made a couple of throws in that game but the overall numbers were not impressive last week foreman and you you know what against the chargers in your first career start i. I don't know if the broncos one of the C. anymore other than lock making a couple of throws what we've seen though this secondary the for the Texans is exploitable down the field. You must play Orleans Sutton Sutton four catches two touchdowns he is on the wide receiver to radar even withdrew lock at quarterback so Even though I think the Texans are early streaming defense this week I think drew walk. Made some cross body throws that some of them didn't didn't hurt him others others did I think Portland Sutton. It's certainly going to be in play here as a wide receiver to but you can also play the Texan defense. Drew Lock Not in consideration consideration. And the only back from the broncos. You can play at this point. Is Philip Lindsay. Who has taken a significant touch lead over Rois Freeman the last three weeks there? There are two players worth considering from Denver Philip Lindsay and Cortlandt Sutton I think Lindsay is more of a flex Portland Sutton is a locked in wide receiver to what about for the Texans. They scored some touchdowns against the Patriots. That very often. Yeah Shawn Watson played a really good game Shawn Watson is one of those guys. I think he's he's a plane making quarterback and sometimes he runs into saks other times. He makes the wild plays. And and that's something. You just live with Shawn Watson because of his special ability The big disappointment was will fuller. Just one cat for eight yards but we did acknowledge that that it's a tough match-up against New England De'andre Hopkins got his By throwing a touchdown pass to Shawn Watson so we didn't expect that but the Andre Hopkins is going to have the tough match-up with Chris Harris this week Not A match catch up. That really scares me away. Just keep that in mind. Maybe you think they go back to the well with will fuller because deandre Hopkins is going to have the tougher matchup. I'm GONNA replying willful or for. DFS This week for the Texans. The problem for the Texans is what do we do with the backfield. Carlos high did nothing last week. Duke Johnson actually ended up having really really strong game. I don't understand why teams and this is dating back to the browns. Don't use Duke Johnson. More but duke. Johnson's been explosive all year. He's been great with the ball on his hands. I think both he and Carlos Hyde are low. End Flexes With An. I give a slight edge to hide this week with. The Texans is home favorites next next game on the docket. We have got the Baltimore Ravens at the Buffalo Bills Another juicy one o'clock Sunday game yet. Yeah it's a really good one. The bills are at home and this is their second week in a row with a chance to make a statement here We'll start with Baltimore. You're playing Lamar Jackson. Okay like Lamar not throw the ball. Oh well at all. Last week he still ran for over one hundred yards and a touchdown. I mean you you take away all his pass attempts and he still would have been worth start so I mean. That's just the kind of upside the floor that this guy gives you and look at the conditions are not going to be great in Buffalo. It's a tough defense. But as we saw last week he can throw the ball poorly and still. Oh come through the guy I'm GonNa sit. This week is Hollywood Brown He had just one catch against the forty niners for. I think like one yard. I think it was just a one. Catch one yard game Onto targets for him travis. White is a tough match-up as we've seen. I'm not thrilled about Hollywood Brown but the other three Ravens Mark Ingram Ingram Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram Mark Andrews. They're all in your lineup as they are every week. And what about on the other side with the bills. Another tough match-up for John on Brown but I think his upside is just so high that you have to play them. Even though we had only three for twenty six receiving against Dallas through the touchdown pass so they were trying to get him him involved in different ways so John Brown your lineup. The one guy who has been really good for fantasy that I would be worried about this week is Cole Beasley because they can input Marlon Humphrey in the slot. And I think that would Kobe's killed the cowboys last week but I think it's a tough match-up for him not somebody that I'd feel great about really for Buffalo Awful. Oh I think Josh Allen is inconsideration despite this being a tough match-up because he can run around and make plays and I'm considering Devon Single Terry but I anticipate this to be a pretty low scoring game at least from Buffalo Zan so not a great matchup for anybody with the bills I think single terry is a flex play. I think Josh Allen is a low oh n starter I think John Brown is a low end wide receiver to given the matchup and those are really the only guys I'm considering. I don't like the matchup for Cole Beasley in this Game Joe. It is the battle for Ohio and Andy. Dalton is back bengals. Yeah bengals in the browns. Any don't touchdown down passes last week C. J. U. Zona dropped one. We'll see what happens. I don't think agent green is going to play this year. I think that's become pretty obvious. But the bengals did activate John Ross or or at least expect to activate them and you had those huge games early in the year with Dalton at quarterback so maybe you take a shot on him off the waiver wire. I probably wouldn't be playing leading him this week but let's give me a give me just a look. See at what he's going to do. And maybe I could consider playing him in week. Fifteen and sixteen if Andy Dalton continues to be the quarterback. Here a tyler. Boyd back in the saddle. He had one hundred yards and Ryan. Finley's final star and then he scores in Andy Dalton Of a return to the lineup. So Tyler Boyd is back in the saddle as a wide receiver to Joe. Mixon has been getting. It done actually talked to him on the radio this past weekend again. He has been getting it done. Despite all the circumstances working against him he's been pretty much a rock solid running back to. I'm probably not thrilled filled with Dalton as a streaming quarterback. I think there are other options this week but he he gave some competent to that to that Bengal offense that they just did not have with Ryan Finley Finley a quarterback so I think he raises the ceiling and the floor of this entire Bengal offense. And that's good news for Boyd for Ross. And for mixing what about the browns. Well you would really hope they get it done this week and I'm gonNA catch some heat for this but I but I tweeted it out. This week. I understand stand that the schedule has been really tough. You know you play Pittsburgh twice you play Baltimore twice with I. If you're Cleveland you know. They've played buffalo. They've had some really really tough match ups for Odell Beckham but at some point when a team trades a high pick a starting offensive linemen. And whatever else for you. You've got to get it Donovan. Tough match-up don't you. I mean De'andre Hopkins gets done and tough match ups every now and again Amari Cooper every now and again he did it this past week a against Davies. This white Odell Beckham put up some freaking numbers in a tough match-up is that so much to ask. I mean Ross. For much of the year the guy's been ghost and and look the numbers numbers overall. Don't look that bad for Dell Beckham. But I mean like these tough match-up he's just not getting done at all. You is just two touchdowns on the year. Fortunately this is a good matchup against Cincinnati. He has got to get in the box this week against Cincinnati. It's a great matchup Robbie. The Anderson just went for over one hundred yards. So you have to play Beckham. You have to play Jarvis Landry and I love Baker Mayfield this week but for the love of God Odell Beckham in a tough matchup. Do it every once in a while. That's all we're asking it's been. It's been frustrating. Ross yeah sounds like it. And you're right. He should be able to get it. Done Let's go redskins packers with the redskins here. A last week I said Terri McLaren or bust. I wonder if I have to change that. To Dairy Spicer Geisler bust the problem for Washington. Is that Darius guys played the US snaps. Despite the huge game he played the fewest snaps of. There are three running backs Chris Thompson. Adrian Peterson and Geiss I would love to say they're going to give various guys more snaps but at this point despite the big game last week against Carolina Allina. You do have to take into account. That he didn't play all those snaps so he is a flex play. He is the only back here you can play. But he is a flex display and Terry McLaren is a low end wide receiver three He has his numbers. have been tanked by Duane Haskins. So even though I don't find this a scary match up you do have to keep in mind. It's in Green Bay. They're potentially bad weather. Definitely not the greatest spots for Dwayne Haskins so so really the only guy I feel halfway decent about is Darius guys and even that I have to talk myself into what about on the other side. The Packers Iraj irs four touchdown pass whereas in the snow. Yeah Aaron Rodgers had a really strong game. He's been very matchup dependent. And this is a good one Fortunately for him two weeks ago he was terrible against San Francisco. Nobody through those four touchdowns in a great match up against the giants I would be going back to the well with Aaron Rodgers and certainly devante atoms they're going to be very popular for. DFS Best unfortunately no other receiver on. This team is worth consideration Allen Lazard game of nineteen fantasy points in week thirteen against the giants the first packer wide receiver or tight end to go over ten fantasy points. Not named devante atoms Adams since week seven. It took six weeks for that to happen. No way you can trust Allen Lazard or any of these other receivers if you have vowed s gambling thing or Geronimo Allison on your roster. At this point you're just wasting a bench spot. They're useless Allen Lazard is the only other one who's even worth a prayer shot in deep league but I'm not considering him in most leagues. This is just. It's a one man passing game with with Davante Adams the disappointment it has been the backfield. Aaron Jones has now look. I think he'd lost a touchdown to penalty might a loss to to penalty last week but after he was on just this utter run scoring touchdowns up through week ten. He's come out of the by and has done absolutely nothing over his last two games. Ames against the forty niners in the giants. He has just twenty four carries for fifty six yards and four catches for thirteen yards. I'm not sure what's going on. I still consider him an rb to at this point. But he's an rb to only and Jamaal Williams Affleck's right now. Aaron Jones has been a huge disappointment and might have been the reason if you were eliminated in the last couple of weeks might have been the big reason for that. Excellent Work Joe. I've been saying for a long time. You are a keeper speaking of keeper by by the way before we dive into the afternoon games and Sunday night. Monday night in episode number two. I need to make sure everybody buddy listening. That is starting to lose your hair. Even before he's our lose your hair you need to know about keeps dot COM Two out of three guys will experience. Some form of male pattern baldness by the time. They're thirty five heck for me. It was I was thirty. But here's the deal. There are two. 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Discovering The Hidden St. Joseph, With Brother Andr Marie  Red Pill Diaries

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

11:25 min | 1 year ago

Discovering The Hidden St. Joseph, With Brother Andr Marie Red Pill Diaries

"If we revere Saint Joseph so much how come he's not in the mass and how come Saint John the Baptist is and he actually explained it and I read it and I went well. I want to talk about this brother. Andre now I'm just going to give you a very brief caricature and you. You can flesh and as as you know but One of the things that that he brought out and one of the things he said well. The early church was very there was a lot of martyrdom going on and of course Saint John the Baptist being the proto martyr. You would would make sense for them to her to know to know her story number one and that he would be included in many of the or in some of the The acts of what ultimately becomes the the holy sacrifice of the mass and then one of the other things that That were said about this about why no Saint Joseph is that may have been may have been thought earlier by some of the early Saints and fathers and even some doctors at Church that at Saint Joseph's To give Saint Joseph too prominent a role might undermine the or or to give them like a CO equal equal role. Because because he explains that if the Blessed Virgin Mary through the intercession of the Holy Ghost is the mother of our Lord well then then the Holy Ghost sending the angel to appear to Saint. Joseph granted him this magnificent lifelong Chastity and purity The same only goes makes him the foster father of our Lord that maybe they didn't want Any any undermining of the role of our lady or the role of our Lord. I'm probably not explaining that correctly. But Saint Joseph is now a part of the The Mass I believe but he wasn't and it was very recently that he was included and I was told by David. Simpson that you know Mike. You're going to be surprised prized by this. But when Saint Joseph was included in the mass. Your buddies the ads are the ones that were the most pissed off about it and they're still saying if they could do that. What else can they do? So anyways I thought we might have a little talk about it. Yeah so whose father. Feeney didn't like it. When Saint Joseph's name was edited the Cannon by Pope John The twenty third okay Brother Francis was excited and went to him and said look for the with the Holy Father did and that's not good. He says the cannon he says you don't touch the Canon the Canon the Canon has been intact since at least the time of Pope. Saint Gregory the great probably before actually the cannon itself. NFL Sixth Century Saint Segregate. What's centuries at Saint Gregory? The great died in six o four so he died so he he lived into the seven seven six. So the the idea here. Is You know you don't mess with it. That's why it's called a Canon one of the things that can in Canon something you don't touch candidates is something thing sacrosanct and and and and fixed. That's one of the connotations behind a cannon and the the the leterrier tradition in the Roman church was that you just you simply didn't touch it and so this is a bad precedent. Father Other feeney said. This is a bad precedent. Now Lo and behold he was precent saying that because of course it wouldn't it would it would be a matter of only a a few years later when they did more than just touch the mass they concocted in a new a new version of an entirely new right. Yeah from from virtually virtually from whole cloth so It was. It was a bad precedent. You didn't need to put Saint Joseph's name and cannon the mass to have devotion to Saint Joseph now brother just the people that are not initiated. One of my goals in twenty twenty-nine year Saint Joe Joe serve but the year of being a little bit more ecumenical ee. What does the cannon begin with in the Latin form? We're taking Asia. Tour is that we're a begins. Yeah I know it's ecumenical about at that but yes but in so you get this song. Listen the mass match sunk Deuce you get the ringing of the bells when the song reduces or at least when the priests finished reciting the song there's a high mass acquires go on and on and on for a bit but When the priest is finished reciting the song does does he goes into tae Somme Potter et CETERA? And that's the beginning of the Canon in eastern rites. Here's here's a cumulus them for you. In the East and writes it's called the anathema and they have multiple NAFTA's eastern rights but the Roman mass always traditionally had only one Cannon or equivalently. Now brother is this. What in the new masses called the eucharistic print acids called eucharistic prayer for its line of copy the eastern right by having a multitude of eucharistic prayers so so they copied them by not really copying them in coming up with completely new productions of their own? Okay now when does it end. What in Canon? Its Commission so at an episode has to be there three hundred ninety days on these on or a Gloria and as a ring being of a bell and they're at the minor elevation and then he says parole near circle and then he tones the our father. That's where it ends ends with what's called the minor elevation. Okay when the priests picks up the host. Hold it over the Chalice and says in Latin which the English words words are through him through him with him and in him is to the Father Almighty all honor and glory and then he genuflect lacked and and and out loud then says or sings in high mass premier Leszek Laura. That's that's the end of the of the Canon. Okay so this may seem like wow. That's a big deep theological discussion. And it's actually things Uh at any practicing Catholic of any acumen ISM or we're guardless with what church Mashego two things that when you start discovering these things and you realize the intricacy and The history of these things that there are parts of what we call a mass and they all have a history due to them that it does take on or should take on in your mind That supernatural quality of wonder that this you okay just sit down and write this although they did in the nineteen sixties or a new one And of course the Anglicans did Under Edward the seventh was under cranmer. The New Comic Book Frantic was under Crammed Grandma. Yeah Grandma came up with it Michael Davis has it. Michael Davis had a book called crammers Godly Order so So Father Feeney was was opposed. Run a Francis was excited sided father Feeney quilt. Brother Francis Excitement. Yes he did. I mean brother Francis was his initial reaction was one of enthusiasm and he went to father and father father sort of through the proverbial wet blanket on on brother and brothers saw okay. Well Yeah I guess. It is a problem because he hadn't thought of the fact that this this is starting a precedent. I mean we already had multiple feast of Saint Joseph through the re look get to the heart of the issue of what the question is. Why was the devotion or the little to no devotion to Saint Joseph in the early church? That's the question and why and why is there more now. Father Feeney actually asked this question question and answer this question. He said Saint Joseph was meant to be discovered You Know God sort of hid saint. Joe's I look at the Gospels. I mean the. He's not quoted once by implication. We know that he added the holy name of Jesus because he was told in its recorded in the the gospel of Saint Matthew. You will call his name. Jesus and there was the job of the father to give the name and Saint. Joseph is probably the one who did who actually did the circumcision who actually did the circumcising.

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Episode 7  HINEWEHI MOHI

Indigenous 100 Podcast

1:14:01 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 7 HINEWEHI MOHI

"And I hid. UK media wanting to get in touch with me. And I just wanted to go underground and try and get stock of what had happened. And and what what a meat because really was an insult on everything I represented and I thought my God. This is what I live. Four the war in in someone's telling me a lot of people are telling me it's not right. It's not gut. I'm Julian Wilcox folks and welcome to indigenous one hundred the podcast series. We I interview one hundred of the most inspiring indigenous thought leaders from around the world before we get into it. I helped Tomato Manga. Who who funded the series of indigenous one hundred now Tamang ipod dominate Amir to anarchy Takata? Thank you so much for the support of the the podcast and all the indigenous content you fund. Okay let's get into it. I had such a great time recording this interview with New Zealand. Musical allegiant him away him we narin use that word legend lightly. We don't give it a second thought. Now but sending the New Zealand National Anthem. Both Mardi an English wasn't that way twenty years ago Yes until that fateful day at Twickenham in one thousand nine hundred nine. That's right. The all blacks were playing England in front of seventy five thousand fans and the quarterfinals download the rugby World Cup and like always the teams lined up for the respective national anthems and that's where recording star. He knew what he stimpson book to sing the National National Anthem of New Zealand. He knew what he decided to sing it. Only until Mardi the result of this was what can only be described as a massive uproar resulting backlash most parts of which unfortunately was aimed directly at fenway. which would be pretty traumatizing ultimately though it would acknowledge conversation change? Not only the way we sent a national anthem but also helped play a role in the normalization of to me. And this is the story of how one brave decision would change range. new-zealand forever but this is not just about the anthem. We cover off a whole range of topics and stories. She is an incredible person. One of the nicest nicest people on planet earth and. I really hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we the bringing it to you. So here she is he no he maury indigenous one hundred we e Oh my he got older my waiting winning boy if I why he Mike Wake Monday I dunno what talking business one hundred. It's awesome to see you again and thank you very much you being with us and I wanted to start by talking to start off with some Joe's but we'll give it we'll get there and we'll talk about Hidalgo thirty and a little bit more a lot but I want to win. Everyone likes to start with with you a lot of time. We'll cut nine thousand nine hundred nine aid made because I remember we're eyeballs when you saying that. Initially I remember the faked that head on me. The pride that I felt and seeing you ooh sing. L. Real vision of the national anthem before such a pivotal moment in New Zealand. Rugby history I thought was was amazing. What were you thinking before you went onto it alter that stage to sing the national anthem? Ethnic thank the. I think I was thinking I wanted to represent our nation. I'll tell and the beast way I could because I was so proud to be asked and I was an UK from my real mouthy album. And and I just felt that it was really important to beast represent us in of wasn't actually sure of that and I had performed. I'm the national anthem and Molly as Juliet with them. Pita image at the right Blake. And I thought it'd be all good steam I'll be able to really represent alltel. Were in and and thought that they might be a little bit of resistance. Really not thinking that they would available never systems aimed upheaval and people's thinking of what was right for an initial district. Anyone else about or was it. It just a natural thing that you go. I'm going to do this. This is good this. I'm here did you consult with anyone else. Just kind of you. Let us first thing that I thought and then they was. When I hit the Rehearsal Nafta known someone came to to see me? Okay from the Rugby Union and seed am Oh could. Could you do the English version in my producer. The time she had the him is that in this is what she's going to do in In Sao stunned thank you fool up. We'll ask seeking guessing yourself but I felt really confident about what I was going to do. and was coming from the hat and I was Very much speaking to Dow Dupont Dow finery about how unique AAC end. Spatial out. Here is in And then after I performed in and it was relatively solent and the stadium. I think maybe even people were singing the national me out of the Sydney five thousand in in the multitudes millions of them. TV viewing audience. So am I thought oil that what that really meant something. And I'm hugely proud and I say to someone an English Khorasan that they may be at little and and we why 'cause they just thought you know he's Eland does the hacker and this is the initial anthem Ahmadi. It's all good snow. And then but they couldn't understand winner wheat crazy crazy and there are a number Mardian. The team the kept him was time random Mount Etna case Muse. Tony Brown was in the team and our members of a tainting down the team and there are some have a hand on the heart and heads bowed and kind of listening and others are looking but but for us it harm on television here are some willing to watch him as awesome. This is the way it should be. Did you get an initial reaction action from people like the senior ticks and stuff but did you get much of response from people who felt that since of pride who were at home did that come through quickly McGreevey well beyond US twenty years ago we didn't really have the same sort of Social Media Xi's two people and and And Win the UK with sort of limited use the cost Amna League to to teach in them and even computer emailing the kind of communication was limited and so it was probably a good thing because it sheltered may from the barrage end social media can be great but I can also see how it would be ruthless and a situation ration- either so talk back. Radio BAC here was going that so in I appreciate it and you'll miss each of support in an NFL. Because I think on the final it home were going. It was awesome. What's going on? Aw honestly someone needs to me at the time. They'll still be talking about this in twenty years I would've gone haw the it accorded all town new tie for difficulty down eight hundred gangway. What people say well? I am already pre organized their into the life support and and so he actually told me how crazy had gone because he had done his talk radio thing in the morning in a ring me up and he sees if and gone nuts here and didn't really know him so she must be really bad in but he was very protective jeff in them. He organized them and then to view with someone who was really against the singing of of the anthem and Molly in Dam And a was kind of blindsided even though I thought the might be some resistance I just hit now idea so because we were in the UK in as the site we didn't have the same sort of Social Media Xi's the was Shelter from the but even in the New Zealand. UK newspaper that they haven London and in those kinds of things in ahead UK media wanting to get in touch with me. And I just wanted to go on grim and try and and get stock of what had pippin them and what it means because really it was an insult on everything I represented and I thought Oh my God. This is what I live for in in. Someone's telling me a lot of people telling me it's not right and it was incredibly shocking and devastating actually is a blow which is why teen years later when you came to me and said let's let's look at the teen years already still looking so twenty years later on feeling like I'm still crying on national. Don't television bad. I feel like I can move on from there because there is a much greater appreciation for the amount it generally at the mall to farming. And I think that we are ready to go handy and before we get to the profound debate that you have had an Mardi to the Marianas. -Ation how were you able able to deal with that torrent of abuse racism that you ahead to deal with in the immediate aftermath and up until it in you period. How did you do with it? What would you coping mechanisms to be able to do well at the risk of crying again? You know they'll molly the o'malley's economic analogy COPA. It's that's what of live boy. When I was ten? My father decided he was GonNa Learn Theo malady body and at a time and the days when it was really had to excess teaching of molly so we did the. How far did correspondence? And he was really staunch now little isolated and central Hawke's Bay but he neutered a million visited listed may at a real sense of identity culpa gained a need to have this because he hadn't hit the when he was growing up and he was an zooey duties he was really realizing how important it was to and a state himself now himself in the hour to Steve Ford and anyway he was the coach slash kitten of their poor come new wreck retain uh-huh on rabbits he was pushed forward on. The man is a good speech and he didn't have anything to offer in anything really new. Who was many to helpful countries? I am that was what he really supported us. And the Standing and appreciating my sister. Oh sister and I so You know we don't believe in the Waikato and and Foley drowned myself and all the understanding and I had wonderful to visit the final. Why I'M NOT GONNA so it was an incredible opportunity to really understand what am will meet in them so by the time I got to singing honor intenational? Oh station or the aid. I was thinking that this is all normal. This is all perfectly wonderful and I probably wasn't a bubble whole from Hutto hippos. If I WANNA know why cattle because that was Al thinking we're all on the same walker subsumed by the world. Food is so by the time it came to Some not bakes. Am I A I was kind of vulnerable rable anyway because in guitar was three and she has severe cerebral palsy so she has really high needs aides in Georgia and I were in the UK with not much support around us. And it's just thinking I K- I actually need to step back from this and try in and get stock of of one at Mainz on a whole lot of levels without sort of trying to sound over dramatic but it really did question everything that I was bout. It's just not because it was basically saying today. Omar is not important in the whole idea ear of it being dying deed language. That's irrelevant to Al.. We'll never going to get you a job. This is Jom Evan's Freddie free but the ad I just took a long time maybe twenty years to really not not that I am it Not My personal confidence but it made me question how we were going to do this of the was signed. I much assistance in terms of saving the language revitalizing a language that a big chunk of the population might not be into to. But I think it's really drastically changed in twenty years in thank goodness because we've got with God damn how or they are not here tonight. So there's a real seats of Mrs Al Cultural Uniqueness that we need to share and and we all have a responsibility to make it truly thrive in represent us the dog Dolphin. Confirm nor Mike. We're e- here now for two well. hypoxia Dogma Malaita. Fabio in his early thirties city really realized his his parents were the generation of I'm not able to speak Mardi at school and My grandmother was raised in FIFA key. And she's actually Pokka but she didn't now then since the day so The she grew up speaking Mari in with with a smaller Sunai and Alan the was told when when she wanted to be in the blossom festival near Blossom Queen and history dates She went to him and sees you usual. Playoff thing of appears to mother and sees a really WanNa obey a blossom queen. But Dad won't leave me and mom said you do what you like. He's not your real family anyway and so she kicked them out my grandmother another lifting and it wasn't very nice man and Sh- she was really staunch and In Onto Mary. My father's real father comcast anyway. That's a good good uh-huh and he passed away in my dad was just once they moved from. FRY's town we away and moved down to hastings. Hi Stinks and my grandmother. Meet Chimo hand them and they married in hit five Gills bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-ba. My father always sees he was handpicked. is which is really code for. He was the one and only son and so My grandparents appearance didn't speak loudly to the kids because they had been conditioned to think that that wasn't the way forward the way to thrive drive and all those things and teams of generational colonial impact on our language and culture in Damn And didn't really even spend time much the Monterey because the the five feels under five was pretty thick gig in and so yeah. I'm my my day. Them was sick. India I breath the first day in this Livin sports crazy. Oh it's going to become a fiber then. My parents moved out to fancy fancy walks by and and a couple of years later Osborne and and you know it was just Pretty lucky he's Zealand. We learned that they ninth me. He knew he in In a sort of small town small rural region I was Henny in white. The nine like Henny and they were a lots of them an interesting cultural things not from any place of malice but but just He White Way uh-huh kway because there was no understanding of of anything at all and I I sort of didn't tain to define myself as molly but I think what my grandfather Syed when I was upset about about People ridiculing my name. You know what he knew he means. Don't you see little something in them. He meets Princess and I truly believe in a he for Orban another team. And then we'd say Joe's and I got knocked up and I was just another you remain frenzies say But I think it was his way of saying Prince East the West end anyone treat you otherwise which was beautiful grandparent. Kind of thing to do to to Efi and talk talk through some sort of lines of discrimination but certainly It impacted on them which filters down through the generations. And and so for my father to decide to Mari when I was teen and to really happened and take it forward. My grandparents aunts were very much I'll go and simple living and nervous molly to us but when my father revealed to the that he was learning molly at the wedding anniversary in I couldn't understand why they were crawling but it was as because that been denied it so long and an away I think the anthem experience was the same with For me is the experience of going to school and wanting to speak Mahdi in not being allowed to is my experiences singing Ahmadi and being told I shouldn't and probably for the first time I really really understood what they meant. Because I I had had the experience of my father. neutering may sending me to Saint Joe's sending me too funny wake up and really really nurturing that side of me to being so important and my life and in the same as my grandmother growing up in in in going to school on you will not be Mari and if you do your we punished so this an interesting Um a process of of hell. We've hit hit sort of beaten out of us or am and it's been diminished diminish with still being Del Monte they we molly with like Phoenix arising out of the as like we will not leave anyone. Tell us who we are who we should be and how we it should be. So that's what I gain strength from knowing it. We're all in this together and we're really strong in. It's it's going to be an incredibly powerful future especially read that the kids coming through now. Did you know that you you're part of your father's. It seems to me that you were part of your father's cultural development plan right. This just wasn't about him. It was also about you as well that you were going to be a part of this Kokang with the responsibility to carry this. Did you recognize it at the time. No that time will come out later on in life that he realized. Oh that's what he was. He's a maybe I was his case dummy fittingly win we were Forced to sit down with the he one combined milking the cows pinky was thinking. All I WANNA do is go out there and ride my motorbike. That was something a bad God. His enthusiasm has in Jan has patient that filtered through To a realization that this was really important the other thing about got it was which is kind of like a another deviation from from your life's experiences you grow up with We were doing correspondence and Because he had to be either sixteen to do correspondence school melodies and I was only teen gene. Whatever he actually put my anti-spam down steed so my auntie blossom another challenge? Is he doing correspondence. Go keep on on-site my anti-migrant. Oh you're doing Scott my father also once a week he's is there and have a bottle of whiskey and we'd go into that particular Harmful I think they they didn't call them an Disabled Nice days indicate something terrible. There was one of the south of Wahdan on the whole year. We used to go there as well with say am we used. Go Up via in Dade used to sit with Bob Kumana who else quadriplegic in In just the he'll cidade used to also play rickles out as big. LP's of modern music in Abell Cohen. And so that's why I think. Thank my singing and desire to because of tuition and and just to hear he ever real because in those days as well it was a toll cool for us to wring my grandparents hastings from central Spain. Eh just out of what could I say. Dad didn't get much opportunity other than we need to to hear the language so by Pomona. I'm used to help Dade and with stay in the in the room for about five minutes and then go into With the young young people with disabilities that it was because nowadays anyone with a disability would be Expected to be drawn a heart and into speights appearance. So I am. I was surrounded with people with disabilities at a time win. You really didn't see anyone with a disability and it was great for us really go for us particularly me so in Hinna Guitar. He was born I felt like I had had a little bit of understanding from my childhood about what disability could possibly main because that is a very different upbringing. Foremost Yahmadi at that time. Climb spending so much time places. I mean I would if he spent time with community. That wasn't totally where we go out and sing poorly holy as you know with very few pats out of poke. Yoda surfer someone young. Not It's Joe's there on time to spend time out there is a bit of what's it called Sierra Deputy Wrong Richard because obviously with hinted odium was within Erika Toda and Yours Hondas I R. I k.. These experiences have helped annual life through time right. It's almost like you father new things. We're going to happen. Whispering you for the walls is interesting you talk about. Why budo because obviously I think a big impact on your life is your time at a mortgage? Oh school which which would have been tough. I think for your family because it uses a home school but to send children to school cool likes Josiah's costs involved but a distance obviously and getting there and then of course you made a wonderful woman doc. One of the greatest Hong and molly although a very staunch woman in Georgina King. Can you tell me what you I felt felt. Thought when you intend to the gates Joe's and will locked away from the rest of the overlook the guy the well just backing up the bust yesterday so I started. Who could it be? Oh no this not being Catholic than any little fuel non-catholics in as you know and So We didn't have any CATHOLICISM NAFTA. Go off the rap and me not and and so My sister being expelled so I wasn't looking forward to it and at the time we'll get eating was on the hill and we voted basically eh Canadian walked to maybe goes high school and it was a real difficult time for the skull because of the boarding pass and then going tonight be gills sales and and In wasn't really enjoying it. And I entered Amana quarter all speech competition and and one the regionals but in those days juniors go onto the national competitions. That was just beef debate but I'm a member of was it and Yeah so I I Well they end The they tried again to get me into Saint Joe's in Muskogee Ramirez. She does everything in in Davos and by then by that tune tim two of my third foam and some Gilson Been Hamson led leafed in it was a bead did was really lucky. To get in one was father so keen to send you their part of the plane out of his plane or you must be a bit of a visionary and all that must have missed that as might Moi because because he'd I used music to Gosh I really thought this is my whole ideology about music. And how they carries the language and everything as well but anyway he had used music to try and encourage a sense of of the o'malley construction and a really isolated a little microcosm of of L. Fuddy and rural central holds bay. So he he knew that the singing was incredible in really wanted me to have Hannity because I was already showing love for music and singing and You know really small area. The local primary school honey about sixty kids and a so inside Joe's hidden incredible reputation. And I think Diane Georgina keys already at that time hitter quitter wetter reputation even though she wasn't principal because he was still nonce. The ambition was the mighty teacher in and Saint Joe's was already well dog renowned for flirts singing so Yeah may He Took another crack at it and and got me in in an Olympic. I'd just damn. I loved everything about the singing. In the in the sense of camaraderie that the saints of place because because for the first time I wasn't any Maui probably make the hill where he more he was still heaney but ah I was He Ne- and it was like Abba. Mari women the girls else. That were They were mostly really strong in the saints of who they were from tribally as well. Oh is molly ghouls from using the hotel and yet was a was a real game changer for me into himself. Saving me on a path other than at three M Committee Minamata my a unit and was beyond the looking in the game would to call the and that was it was it was beautiful and I loved everything about it. Miss Cain Dame Judi the school. It's Masami has a way of identifying certain individuals to undertake certain responsibilities. We you was. It was very clear to you at the time that you had the skift through your voice and and we kind of propelled slash forced forward to project. It was three jars was. was there an identification vacation. We you yet this is. This is my Gig of being told you this is going to do it and therefore that come strengthened his. The Natural Mitch will tell him that you head East while I was asked to do a A Solo for the group comes they Dale especially as As pretty new in them. Geraldine Richardson now. Ritchie and Jeffries She asked me to do there. The Sola in then by the end of the year Must Kinney was handing out to some of the four formers the words to songs in an me and bobby it an hour with a game they all these like little signals. That you saw I want you to be prepared for the responsibility. I'd say because it was a really big deal. It was big a deal being in the concert party. They called nine days being on the concept. Patty of Saint Joe's is being used for Theatre Ideology College. It's real monarch so I hadn't grown up with swinging voice a a to do some quick catch up in a my father along music blowing had bought me a guitar in So so he was really keen for me to to learn to play obviously but a chain link visit immigration. But I would hate the guitar to someone who's really good at playing playing and sing along and I had that training all listening to the New Zealand concert. Patty that was on the Alpes. Isabel Cohen with with the soprano voice. So I gravitated towards it Vocal range in copied the the harmonies of of the range insight. I think Georgina saw me as SAM. Quite I can put you the Knicks to the senior so that you can hear their harmony and Leonard in in so she was definitely isolating what vocal harmonies in ranges. That she wanted to get the beautiful sweet. Wait effect of what is Saint. Joseph's Monica switch in a way and she still very intimate Georgina today. Today's Mus ganging. They hit the singing is to be beautiful feminine delicate and not angry in hardcore because they is This is what she expects and that is what the school is. Well known for. And it's beautiful. I think even at one stage was almost like that was sort of time down side that it wasn't so bad and and Of course CAPAC has evolved into this based of a of a thing. That just really is embraced by runner. Tuohy you too to express who they are in an all it's wonderful us and all it's different textures but sudenly what is identified eighteen to fight as the saint. Joe's sound as the sweetness of voice. In now. When I think of Nick I think of Saint Joseph's and it's all wall encompassing when you're at the school and even his carry me through to my own recording of the discipline and the focus because in practice it Saint Joe's was militant really and I know a lot of couple Abaci have militancy has is a code of conduct because you know when you're controlling a a big group and all these different personalities you need to have the the discipline and structure but it really hit me in good stead for? I'm recording. Because I knew what it means to do the job. Well endure it right in focus and not leave. Any other distractions giving away one time. I we will reducing and Miss Casey to see to us you just not suet puddings it was a reaction. What is a Su- wasn't likely to Google literary think we might have gone to a dictionary? It was sort of just slop so we realized we needed to be found. More animated and Bima mm in smile and perceived in you know in times when I have let confidence or whatever and performing and and I think of who woods I think of WHO. I'm Kyra Jn In Eb Salutes Majesty. Stay at gets me through and I can just smile through anything. But but how much of that is percentage inspiration inspiration from others. This is or with percentage internal got a knowledge into internal confidence from yourself. Because it seems to me that I mean you knew you knew you gift you a good at this and you probably realize that which also gave you some confidence. I guess I'm trying to figure out about for those. Who would be watching listening to this? About how much of it is you know. Self confidence assuredness mine. Mine ability because I know I can do this. Edit worth of external inspiration and support advice and counsel nothing. How how did that fit together either? Wasn't mainly just Muskegon. That's you know the way or well. Of course like any boarding school situation you have Camaraderie and union snowed rules smooth sailing and because in two hundred girls teenage teenage girls hearing that. Gosh it's really a recipe for disaster and and so that's why we needed the discipline and structure and if you didn't like it then he hit to leave and I actually responded really well to it so I enjoy the ham knowing where stood in knowing what was expected of me and and then I'm I am trying to an extent I am for for more and I had been incredibly lucky to have a warm supportive and loving environment that I grew up in in family with lots of diversity to Him To take me to the place my teens and then Mus King His instruction and support in even though sometimes. I didn't feel like but you knew stood wasn't like she was chopping and changing what the parameters. It does where it was very very Susan and I think for all of us girls we we realize that in now really I appreciate that and we're trying to shoot us now. So how do you go from an Environmental Ed. Almost military like to a community like Waikato University with individuals like my mates Toco whoever they hook a one on not necessarily of the same kind of regime. Militaristic Cam bringing some of the schools. How do you survive well? It was a because because we didn't have a seat for Saint Joe's at the time and a and I wanna hit trail to central's by college dad's at all it's a scoop. It and it went from the sixth form straighter universities. That was awesome. So how long will you sustain seen as team. Wow but I looked about twelve the handicap but won. The university is my understanding that I went to a the cups. What's going on half L. A. was legalized capsules news? Eighteen or twenty. So you know my still most of my undergraduate ease of dude in our ADO. Remember that May impede the Douglas kicked out of the Kiwi Damon and he. He was feeling so insulted because he felt he looked out and he resolve the May lead to the one at a loss. Uh pay them going to hold onto that. Thank you very much. It'll be helpful for me now. That he's in the office of the exactly but because obviously at Waikato Katunayake Waking Super Audio and therefore for was probably a seamless transition to Muskegon. Here get team wants economical vehicle hitting a Hannah cord it on my payable for Colorado. I don't think we begin as well because because I had to go that far to a university so who is right out of China was right at Hud Warrior and my nights had had gone off to do a cement foreman and the himes and so I was the only one the normal offerings really. It's hard to believe so I quickly specialized in. CAPAC was right the way through sport a call and the reason I went to wake was rather than Pammy or Wellington was because Lee Smith and And he was really supportive of wind. My Dad was wanting to Maui. And you know he was one of the ones that took the petition. CERT- seventy to sixty three to parliament to be signed so he was a really strong supporter. My grandmother had taken him and swimming training. Signing with my aunties am six o'clock in the morning so he sort of felt like he really own the fine is some sort of fake. Go pats on lovely in them. He had seen Waikato. University is we are all the that experts guard to board. And I'd had been instructed that I was going to be a and molly. Why Lee by indeed that colluded and so they're not knowing anyone anything other than anti-hungarian Hutton and in school say Mahdi Odeon Yui Molly in them? I just loved it because I was also staying at the Teachers College Much Holzer Resilience Hours and to cuppa at the time having the time of my life and just absolutely taken for granted these wonderful wonderful people these these incredible fountains of knowledge or things. Thanks Molly so we did was still there and the research pat off of the university and he he was such an incredible me and he would have tuned hundred the Shia so he he was quite a bit older than funny. Who Yan them but funny who? You quickly became the mischief guy in now always trying to tease or play practical jokes on us in Dan and he was the sort of Chica side of of tuition in downtown Winston to the sort of knicks level of class class with them team. We'll see in about three huckabee. Three boys in May solid Saint Joe's carrying the flag in in them and we hit this crow park who was a professor an English and he was. The is Timothy's absolute. Because he was so eloquent in English in eloquent on paper this pronunciation was ropy but was real great mind in them For a handsome see they really loved working with him so it was quite a small diverse group of of students in in in hidden classes. Were usually seems that around something musical Tom. Apu Roy hit was just the beginnings of in courses children were were small so he was riding them songs. Little Lamb Misery Ryan's Domani because there was nothing like liked it around then in them and occasionally he'd say on coming in the constitution incoming song and in now much laughter. I couldn't get enough of it and then he really knew my songwriting so songwriting getting in and love for music in taught me all about he nigga. Guitar Eighty as well as Seamlessly teaching me about Haka in DOC TO SPLIT FATTY WANNA in or Sir about mortier and help beautiful and important the poetry of motiur els. Lucky really lucky. We didn't appreciate at all. You never do appreciate your do number. Because all these they've all been apart of your and all ebbing mentors which is why they had attack with Roy though as absolutely true because whether or not have passed on whether these are not am you see them a lot or not You always have that core way of love and support around you to to know what's what's true and writing and could she strength to go on look out. Did y'all get the photo car. God How to what Mojo quake were were help conceived on skip some details. It's a family the fleeing. When did you nar the potential complications so on the booth? I'm not able to talk about it for a few legal. Oh reasons but It was immediately evident so that was all you know when you when you have a by the time. It's meant to be a wonderful celebration exciting exhilarating but when your baby diabetes born and United hither baby cry you know something's not ride in You speak that you're in Another get and Without doubt panicking teams come in babies taken away and They wilted men really still kind of devoted twenty three years later but You learn to embrace what his has been presented to you and do absolutely everything within your power to make the situation okay and And these a time and and The life of a child was special. Needs where I think. Every parent tries to create normalcy. Out of extraordinary circumstances. Awesome stances in In challenges in you know that's part of the process and so in innovating was is borne and she was an intensive Kia Fra about a month in a new sky to be difficult quote and challenging in. And you're slowly given of mation when they start to do tiestsin and see what What the outcome might be said there that preparing youth physicians but you really You really really don't have a full understanding and appreciation for it. But if I think pick to win my father. Food came to see us in hospital. And and and having had the experience of knowing people with disabilities in teed who was pretty wobbly they had said to me we don't care she's in In either gear. She's wobbly. She's not AACSB that wobbly but she is very much confined within disability and a wheelchair and who body. That can't articulate. Talk Walk or really engage with the wounded bat that she was born and because he because he didn't he had told me about this beautiful essence the goddess of music. He negga tidy really wanted to cool my daughter in tidy at the time. Mine didn't really appreciate that Locatelli. The Goddess was offer unseat wield in A moth species the case moth and that is beach and tells it but physically the case Martha's confined to who cocoon the female of the species is confined to WHO Cocoon but the the wind blowing coming through the cocoon creates the school. Most inaudible sound that that the boy months go Volvo Dancing They are joined together. The female remains in the cocoon when the babies are born and they fly off She remains in the cocoon and and and this house she rolls and that's liking it or guitar. She's confined to cheer who but through beautiful voice of of expression since she his reached out to hundreds of people through disability and through music to help help other people like three music and as the most incredible thing that she can do that in. You know. Obviously we've supported Profile is the ambassador for the patron of that I could take the music therapy seen tax and we were given the opportunity to experience music. Therapy for WHO. And it was immediate. That her response to Music Casick was was something that was who Jane and was the way that she could express yourself connect with others in And and really come alive and become so animated with the joy of music making within the limitations of disability so being able to share it with South Africa's without the families in in the initially with children and and now the outlay and anyone with a disability or your special need that they can actually use music to express themselves tape of who'd you talk about this a lot because people have wasted all this new. He's Copen off who'd you say. No no it's not. It's not my cobras. Authorities Cocoa as logo. Use It for a reason which I think is is a wonderful thing and I wonder what her explorations Now for this type of where else does she want to take it. How much food kindergarten? Yes well we you know in terms of A scene to that we him in Oakland and he will say his outreach programs running and Fun Day as well as Hawke's Bay and you know we want to cover finally in there are other music therapy. Thereupon swooping and operating and other parts of the country but it's wonderful to have a poofs built facility solidify that they really entity that that really is able to carry and support music therapy because it's a really special kind of therapeutic way to engage with with people with special needs in for them to be able to reflect pat pat themselves to others was with conditions like autism where someone might be kind of locked in A situation where they're not able to reach down and we're not able to fully understand what that means in I am and I see it as a real fan of thing because it impacts on on the cure is among the families that are Raising a charter poussin with autism. War Any conduct condition. We're not able to communicate traditionally. I am a normal way every dealer economy way they need assistance and And being turnout for being courage D- motivated by music to to interact and reach out of the the really hard. Ah is for me anyways. The unique approach around the cup of a behind the center number one and the the you have done and ended okay toadyism as on as well but unique Copa per about it because it is underpinned by who we are what we do our approach to the world and Codeine who she is in the in again ended philosophical approach tomorrow music which is a powerful thing particularly for an indigenous audience watching us. There will be thinking. Wow Wow you know. These are important aspects of who we are with us who we are that can reach out beyond boundaries beyond countries beyond if necessities cities because of our traditional Madi approach. I wonder if you're aware of how much of an impact they can have on people no matter who they are where they come from the fact that it does have this Mardi philosophical approach behind it which makes it so open accessible approachable. I wonder if you realism at the impact of it will not have heard that before. Well certainly people over the years have have so to me. I love your music and one of the funniest damn examples of how it can reach out and the really really far-reaching to the point we just can't comprehend how even got the but I was contacted by a taxi driver in New York Doc. I don't know how we got music. Yellow cab driver in New York. Well who played my music I she annia then in his taxi and he said if you get in the taxi and go. Wow what is this study that he did and found out that it was from here then understand anything but ads and those days with CD's maybe even concedes. He had seen all the words in but he didn't even need to to see the woods to get a feeling from it. And that's what music does it invokes feelings and then in in a so uplifting and and how that warming and heartbreaking and emotion is just catch it and music in a way that we cannot fathom and certainly. I can't articulate an any language which makes me feel like I I use music to carry the deal molly because I want to know Marty to benefit and to reach people because music therapy operates on that idea that it's music that jaws out people and connects people and made a what language or what ability to speak was saying or vocalise so it's actually the music that carries it but it's about out carrying human emotion and love and support and and reaches and reaches out and it's the most magical way off of connecting us all as a human race beautiful. There's so much talk with you about I discovered what what do you say now days when people say. Can you come and sing the national anthem for us. Radio Blatant Funny Dude. You don't do the going to number scale. I don't get any more so I I don't know what it is but Sidley if I do get contacted about performing on any level a usually defeat to my pain all my My you know. The the next generation of incredible voices because aging process is unkind the levels and I think that while musically am I still love to sing now left perform. I don't get a lot of opportunity to sing in unleashed you keep your chops up Like any kind of formal training before you go into being Mitch Flip you need to have the space in the opportunity to reduce practice in 'em he I don't right have much time because of all the other things that are filled my life with I was going to say. I don't know how you do it. I love the rest of the country slash question world was blown away by wires. Anthems I think might mention to you privately that I now understand what they're richly saying. Be Drains that inviting was the mounting. The tunes I actually understand what they joined to San the songs I in fact I think he would have given me more meaning of Italy maybe was originally antena broad. Do wonder how you you and I think it's because you're an extra me him being which is part of it But how one manages I oversee trying to to do what you do baby family but also see the inevitable and this is just mind speak to the indomitable. You've got a very clear outcome. You trying to achieve to know Mahdi meal not with a with a with news is necessary. I'm there are not wonderful. Consciously will you so unless I'm meeting that outcome following that path all good as as it. What goes on every day or is it something else is at the garden I think Eh spin the mentor ship? That I've hid. I've been really lucky to have. Hey and my exposure. To extraordinary human beings that it in many of them have passed on in hidden he and Familia in Dall- Venus in been Uffizi. Those kind of incredible mentors engineer king and Really Cigna on a solid foundation in for for for a really clear sense of purpose. Even though I didn't analyze it all right down donald or understand it fully at the time. It's always been am why Goto place for for if I'm doubting any I kind of decision for for the direction I need to take and I thank music as the three for my life. That story and and it's always picked up in its pad of how I feel like a beast by using music music to heal by using music to find a pathway tamale by using music to connect with others this and to Joran support from others. Because that's what we need to do. In order to revitalize the language maintain the language which in and speak to everyone about the importance of the language is the cornerstone the stone of the culture to Bryce type sponsor policy for in at some. It's been the most wonderful experience during why at the anthems and I am was I was quiet Structured misfires realizing right from the get-go that ill needed to be meant and Now living in Pakistani Height Says Voodoo Aka have Roy five hundred zero seeing what I thought. We gotta have you know. And I hit the mice pleasurable double Afternoon teas with team would say translating and an molding these Kuku into an already existing sting hit anthem of artists. That are really popular around the country in a really making delicious in and it wasn't just a matter of literally translating in Galway instantly making it fit to the rhythm of of a pre existing the song but seem what he's real Understanding about composition. That was sell amazing and I just felt not really really privileged to have that experience with them and then the artists themselves We hit adas like beanie. She was she wasn't wasn't even born when I sing the national anthem. Say and here understanding of this sunlight as heck has gone on and she had done sued full full molly so she she felt confident. You know millennials Phyllis in and then we had ones in the twenty s and they were all the same feeless. Never Kinda guy feels like you've done music and art school school so I had a sense of. This is the way one. Hello and its Saturday. As a bilingual project that they see are off. I was hoping we could do the whole Somali. So it ended up being hundred hundred nail Mardi album and and then the the ones and the The older adults who'd been in disenfranchised from from the culture and language were just like wow. This is such an incredible opportunity and have used it as a stepping stone for the IRO junie which just blows my mind and influence on their compositions and I just I could never have valens what it would mean for them as much as what it was meaning for me because I was thinking on a selfishly more here we are. We're going to be at uses in popular songs will be riding on the coattails of the translate the and they'll be amazing and they'll be singing bringing them themselves and everyone man. I love that song in English. I love it even worn molly and it would be a beautiful thing but I just his is blowing my mind how well received. It's Bain from every body as well as the Addis themselves. You know what conclusion I'll say one thing takes the right person to get it and the main by the deputy of loyalty thing is the wipe will come along at the right time and really good outcomes. I do believe it's mine. pestle speak probably doesn't matter it might but it wouldn't have happened where the right person at the right time. I think Kinetico Toady pissing at the right time. I think your impact with the national anthem again. The right person at the right time. Even though it's on so just let me thank you. Thank you for the amazing you head and asks Assad and our country and the indigenous community And I'm not as fearless as you so I'm not gonNA send for a quarter but I want to thank you for joining us are really appreciated. Your time I wish you over based And kept Togo monarchy. Donna Miguel Hunt the Houma Lotto quickly not for my heart. How can the Napkin me? I wanted to say hey we you gotta try to conclude. It's just you got me thinking in them and it's a good thing because because sometimes life gets in the way of Taking time to reflect but with A A bitter understanding. I think we have of mental illness in in adversity in tough times and we all experience variance there at some point in our lives and some people experienced war in some people appear to be having Chand end existence in some people really struggle for the lives. In Nam. I guess those moments in time we up of Ford This is the most devastating thing that could ever happen to me in them. In having the the love and support porter each other to hit be now to be how to get through and then find a platform former find a way to Rica the strength to be able to rise above it and use it as as has some way of learning in I could not have done it without thighs mean tours in his little mckinney's on my shoulder or the the little ham mischief jokes of funny wheel. Seen what he knew he. As I feel that its Only important and as much as loving new chaffey and being really open about our auto have for each other and George Jones Angel on his way home from Portugal in cycling. All these they thank you very much. So that's another episode of indigenous one hundred. Thank you so much for listening once again a big. Thank you to Tamang Pie Hole. The helping us make this happen. We really appreciate all the support. Also remember you can watch all episodes of indigenous one hundred so head over to indigenous one hundred dot com. Where you'll find a link to all the

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Mike Church Show-CATHOLICS: Glorious St. Patrick Must Have His Feast Day Today With NO Green CoronaHoax Masks!

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10:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Mike Church Show-CATHOLICS: Glorious St. Patrick Must Have His Feast Day Today With NO Green CoronaHoax Masks!

"Decade ago most mark has never had a conversation about transgender issues. Now question few hat acts has only one acceptable answer. Transgender equality is a civil rights issue of our time regime. Leader biden tweeted in january of last year. There is no room for compromise when it comes to basic human rights. There's no basic human rights to say. God got your dna or your chromosomes screwed up and that some quack doctor is going to mutilate you mentally and physically to fix it. That's not a basic human right but regime leaner biden treats it as it is big trouble in little ireland here today. And then ryan anderson acids epa question. Can we just haven't conversation about this before you start doing. Is children too late too late. So matter of fact. I brought this up today. National geographic jumped all in tranny. Miami wagon train. Three years ago with an entire centerfold issue. And i'm not exaggerating about the centerfold dedicated to all other dea merging evolution in man jets. Showing children are transitioning from all corners. Job just in case. Our crusaders were wondering. I'm sure they are. We brought you guys the story about ellen. Page the actress who claimed that she wanted to be a dude now. Well she finally got top surgery this past week and she is now chopped off elliott page. She is so she will never be able to breastfeed a child that she's gonna wanna had have and Sometime in her biological life if she makes it that long Because now that you started mutilated in your body now. The real psychosis begins and almost everyone that's ever had any of the transitioning surgery will tell anyone that's interested in. We'll listen don't do it in a long screw you up more and the suicide rate here is forty three times take whatever the rate is currently for whatever your age bracket is an times at times forty three if you mutilate your body to transition now ladies and gentlemen there is no doubt there cannot be any doubt i will debate anyone on earth this is demon spawned as my here's burner. The lepanto institute. And i have talked about here. The first sin was what eve- what does she do. I can't eat that for god. told me. no the serpent his hand. He told you happy because he doesn't want you to become a guy him. So eve was one man human home all right not home like that home as an pilots at chair homo behold the man and a serpent told her if she ate the fruit she could become a god. What is that. That's the transition transition from man. God and so she did. I sin was santa pride true. What was the pride. I'm not humble enough to just be an adoration of my creator. And i love him and thank him for this paradise that he's surrounded me with. I want to be like him. So transitioning is evil. It is straight from satan himself from the serpent in the garden of eden. Still now being perpetrated. Now look at a cover of slime magazine. I'm fully who. I my folks. I'm telling you when the history of this epoch is written. The nazis will be written out of the history books. They're a bunch of pansies compared to what we are when it comes to human misery suffering murder mayhem destruction hatred of the actual human species rebelled are aerob- rebellion against almighty god himself. The nazis don't have anything on americans or anyone else in the english speaking world history books in one hundred years ago. Yeah there was a little chapter the kind of pave the way in the nineteen forties late thirties and early forties for one ultimately became the ultimate smackdown the ultimate rebellion against god and the most lethal deadly chapter in human history. More people are gonna die as a percentage of human population as a result of what's going on today then died in the flood and it will not be because god does it. It will be because man brings it about it. We don't stop this matter of fact i want to come in here and take my because i really don't wanna do this anymore because of things like this only thing that keeps me saying is catholicism devotion saint joe's of devotion to our lady devotion to our lord and knowing that. I'm not supposed to be here. That makes me sane. Otherwise i would lose my. I'd have a mental nervous breakdown. And i'm sure mo- most people would there is simply no way to confront the stupendous amount of evil that we are confronted with on a daily basis here. Has you sitting there going. I wanna kill you. Don't wanna drag you to hell. I wanna put you in that icy river and mail bowls at dante wrote about and then it'd be surrounded by humans. Fellow men go. Yeah i think you to go. How in the world is anyone maintain any semblance sanity when such evil abounds and it's been normalized ticked. They want you to be they want your children to do pornography may go back to the national review or the national geographic. I forgot i wanted. I call it the centerfold issue. There is a full size full color. Whole page photograph of a fifteen year old girl topless. Oh but wait she. Did the top surgery says it have any anymore. They cut them off dressed like a little boy holding her skateboard. She said she did she care. But they're that jay ditching nets. It is surgery. Do a boy. This is kenny porn. I a teenager by national geographic. Wanted to show you what a real boy looks like. Hell concert i. I'm telling you if you're not catholic and you won't you haven't considered converting because you hang up with the pope and all and and and whatever else it is specifically because we have holy father who will be succeeded by another one by the by the apostolic succession remains with what they do. The church akinsanya survive. It has to be the real deal but took in just to have some peace of mind. You gotta know that there is a real paradise near is called heaven's here on his earth you're not made for this earth and have any peace of mind. We need spiritual healthier folks. These good grief here Where's the headline. I was going to share with you. This vaccine took switch. Seven countries now is barrett notebaert site in into chat room wherever richard barrett is at. I okay. well i saw the I'm sure he's listening. I saw the the list of countries. Sweden's now been added that makes seven. European countries have gone. Don't sell and you just take all the astra. 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Reconquest Episode 254: The End of the World as I Know It

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10:52 min | 5 months ago

Reconquest Episode 254: The End of the World as I Know It

"For as you. Also in times past not god. But now have obtained mercy through their unbeliev. They the jews so these also the jews now have not believed for your mercy that they also may obtain mercy now this texas standardly interpreted to me that the jews will convert This'll be a part part of the ecological events and If if people say that they disagree with that well they're just wrong. I'm sorry This is the common opinion of catholic theologians and of the church Saint joe the father wrote about this in augusta about saint jerome wrote about it in fact last show. I talked about the those twin. Miracles of the The raising of the daughter gyrus and the the raising of a rather the the healing of the henrietta. The woman with the issue of blood for twelve years will saint. Jerome is not alone among the fathers to say that the him or isa is the gentile. She represents gentiles and the daughter of gyrus represents The the jews and it's interesting because if you interpret it s to logically which saint jerome does and others others do as well Regardless Ravanas mauro's who's actually a saint saint rabbani's maros benedict in medieval author He gives some detail on this talks. About how the Our lord comes to cheese. He's coming to bring the jews back to life in his mission. He's coming to resuscitate them because they they've they failed in their belief and when he comes to resuscitate them on his way to bring the jews back to life he heals. The gentiles meaning brings them into the church. And what did the henry say have. She had an issue of blood. She was not fertile. Right she was she was impacted in her regenerate. Inner generative organs. Let's just put it that way. Now she believes in christ. She's healed right. She's healed in her body and she can be fruitful now right she goes from being ritually impure now to being healed and whole and therefore as a woman fruitful that us the gentile nations so they accept the church right now the the Twelve year old girl. The daughter of gyrus by the way twelve years old was considered marriageable right among the jews. Among the people in those times and this is what the the commentators on scripture say just at the time where she should have been bearing fruit she dies and she becomes fruitless so on his way to to to resurrect the jews and to give them faith in him and have them be fruitful in him. He heals the gentiles as well so it does. It doesn't escott illogical interpretation that i not making this up again ruben. A small teaches this saint. Thomas quotes him in the katina. Aria saint jerome in the matins reading for the twenty third sunday after pentecost References this as well continuing Do alright so from this text. It may be with reasonable. Certainty concluded a that. The majority of the nation's this is talking about romans eleven That the majority of the nation's or least the majority of the people of the nation's plentitude ogen z will embrace christianity before the end of the world. Be that after the general conversion of the gentiles jus to will accept the gospel though. These propositions by no means embody articles of faith. It requires more than such anti semitic scolding as indulged by luther to disprove them. So luther rejected the idea that the jews would convert. So we're not the antisemites. The apostle expressly speaks a mystery describes the final conversion of the jews not only to the physical or mental characteristics of the semitic race but to a special dispensation of god's mercy luther overlooked both these factors when he wrote quote a jew or a jewish heart is as hard wood stone or iron as hard in fact is the devil himself and hence cannot be moved by any means they are young imps condemned to hell those who conclude from the eleventh chapter. Saint paul's epistles to the romans that the jews will be converted towards the end of the world are foolish and their opinion is groundless and quote. So there's a book called luther hitler spiritual ancestor The roots of jewish antisemitism of yeah they do precede luther but he definitely gave a powerful powerful strain of antisemitism in in in german protestantism on the other hand however there is no reason to assume that the jews will be converted or that hebrew race will embrace the true faith in a body. It's going to be a mass conversion but it it's not necessarily every one of them in fact one of the prophecies that the the anti christ himself will be of the tribe of dan. A ju Like gentiles jews will probably flock to the church in great numbers when the multitude of the nations will come in saint jerome. Then this fig tree to will bear fruits and all israel will be saved. That's saint jerome. Borrowing metaphor the fishery from our lord in the gospel. And all this will be saved comes from saint paul to the to the romans chapter eleven. The parable of the sheep fold john. Ten sixteen is sometimes applied to the end of the world. Though we believe ineptly okay. Let let me skip that okay Third sign the return of elias. The belief that eliason connect will return to herald the second coming of the lord and to convert. The jews was held by many fathers a so far as it regards elias. This belief is based upon the prophecy of malik's quote. Behold i send you elias. The prophet the coming of the great and dreadful day of the lord and he shall turn the heart of the fathers to their children and the heart of the children to their fathers lest i should come and strike the earth with them and quote allies. The prophet cannot be identified with john the baptist there's some thought because the septum agent expressly calls him the fez bite. That's specific reference to allies of the old testament. Moreover himself clearly distinguishes between the two and describes to elias precisely the role that was attributed to him by his contemporaries matthew seventeen eleven and following quote but he answering said to them allies indeed shell calm and restore all things. But i say to you though. Elias is already com- then the disciples understood that he had spoken to them of john. The baptist so he's giving in analogous Elias identity to john the baptist but he also says elias shallan come and restore all things. So one of the traditions is that elias will preach to the jews. Saint augustine explains this taxes follows quote as there are two advent of the judge. So there are two precursors. He sent before him. The first p sir and called him elias. Because elias was to take the same part in the second coming that john the baptist had in the first and quote from what we have said it further appears that the phrase dis dominate the day of the lord by the way that was an outstanding old husband reference. To the times of the messiahs not mean the first coming of christ as the messiah but his second coming as the universal judge. The of his incarnation was a day of mercy and blessing. The day of the last judgement will be quote day of terror and quote concerning enoch. The argument is less convincing. Okay so there you. I won't go into that Because i'm trying to sort of pull vault over this material. But the there the two witnesses of the apocalypse and one of the standard interpretations of the two witnesses of the apocalypse is that they are in and elias. And all kinds of interesting things are going to happen. They're going to come shortly before the anti christ and in fact anti christ will kill them. According to the book of the apocalypse he will kill after the three and a half year reign of anti christ our or at the beginning during his he they will come. They will preach many will be converted but there will be this fight this battle between anti christ and the two witnesses and he will slay them their bodies will be in the street for three days but then they will resurrect and and ascended to heaven or be assumed rather into heaven and People will get scared. The bad guys will get scared when they see that okay. That's my paraphrasing of the apocalypse there so the fourth sign the great apostasy and anti christ the great apostasy that is a tremendous defection among the faithful is described partly as the cause and partly as an effect of the appearance of anti christ. Both events may be reckoned that are to precede the last judgment because it is certain that either before or after the conversion of the nations and the jewish race there will be a great revolt led by anti christ which reduced the number of the faithful cake. This is why. I'm not looking for the anti christ now. And this is why. I'm not saying that. What we're seeing now as defections and as defeats and as a low ebb in the history of the church. This is not the prelude to anti christ. The reason i'm saying that is because it is prophesied that there will be this spread of the gospel all throughout the earth. There will be a mass conversion of the gentiles. they'll be conversion of the jews and then after a period of peace and prosperity there will be the coming of the anti christ. So that's one reason. I'm i'm not. I'm not on the lookout for the anti christ. Because i honestly don't think he's going to be coming anytime soon. Now our own personal Judgments happens when we die so in a sense. These questions are moot for us individually by dive a big fat heart attack right now. It doesn't matter as far as you're concerned when When these events are going to happen your general judgment happens now if you go to hell boom you damned and it was all an academic question for you if you go to heaven while good then you get to be up there cheering for those who are on earth during the times of these battles with anti christ and yes. The book of the apocalypse talks about the saints in heaven cheering and Praying making intercession for those who suffering on earth.

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EP 13: Reaching Goals: Hold Yourself Accountable

TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

12:35 min | 22 hrs ago

EP 13: Reaching Goals: Hold Yourself Accountable

"You are you ready to talk about life. Experiences stories thoughts and everything in between and get lessons that inspires to be a better version of ourselves. I'm ready my name. Is bobby narbona. And it's time to take the plunge guys welcome to another episode of ticked up lunch. I'm your host bobby nerve. Yana style you guys get your highland. You see roy. That episode midge italy upload image obama gino avenue mine arrow about who in continuing in salem and toxic chemo getting that data. So family means dangerous snapping. You assay for you almost ireland Saint joe mutual but with somebody scoring deco alum koumba beacon deal with our own house up for the past few days by chimpanzee nemann comey camilla. Nikki adding to select number by means enemy for the wrong pilot in macau into remark. On your on your honeymoon not go inside they gurun more cisco no long. Yeah he nico. Lena lease and combat boss enemy was happening. 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I think all dynamic limo now you will work for your skype guy. New means nah picked on commanding. A ariza more for sure i. Oh marina manga sagan be self more savannah home foul every morning. Laguna savvy legal. Today choose to become better than i was yesterday. Hot union now inside drive more now going up but mongo for that specific day fast than hossain. So you're on that day in that seat for today's episode gasoline deep ohio and the halfaya lows broadcast show. Nato peace do available potassium latin amedure podcast apps. Newman newman our apps. Negga mcnew spotify mignon. Gas google podcasts. Amazon music stitcher. And many more. You can also follow my podcasts. Social media accounts links are provided to description notes numb episode nato. And if you have apple podcasts. Upper iten spread of leaving readings and review for any sport cash show it will help support the show. Big book furthering gamache supports us. Show us affiliate links shop yet lozada if you will bridges something online and that's it. Mahogany ganged would lead in bangalore episode. Have a great weekend.

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A Happy Ravioli Day!

The Maria Liberati Show

32:36 min | 3 weeks ago

A Happy Ravioli Day!

"Hey listeners if you haven't heard about anchored dot fm it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain angered dot. Fm is free. There's creation tools that allow you to record. And edit your podcast right from your phone. Or computer will distribute your podcast. Were you so. It can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. And many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free app or go to anger dot. Fm to get started. That's a. n. c. h. r. dot. Fm hi welcome to the maria liberati show where food music art travel and life and where we answer the question. What does food mean to you. This is maria liberati. Today segment i travel to the uk to visit with wendy smith. Wendy is a former paralympian. A trauma experts and an author and wendy is sharing with us. Some phenomenal tips. On how to bring positivity into your life and motivation and also how to discover the true authentic you. Her tips are just amazing especially for the world that we're living in now. They are such simple tips. On how to bring positivity that everyone can do into their lives all also be sharing a recipe for ricotta pistachio ravioli. You know this week is national ravioli. Day on friday march nineteenth. And i own this segment word channel. Nine news with stena giordano of the bridge street Channel nine news in syracuse and the segment will be shown on channel nine news on friday march nineteenth on national ravioli. A at eleven. Am so if you're in syracuse. Please look for that segment. You will be able to download the recipe on my website at maria liberati dot com and stay tune. I will be giving that recipe and before we get onto today's interview in the recipe that i'm sharing and celebrating national ravioli day. I just want to mention that. On april second to pm. I will be doing an event on zoom making a lemon riccardi easter bread and all have as a special guest celebrity chef joe borio and he will be doing another treat for easter with me. If you'd like to join us and register for the class you can go to event bray and just register for my classes april second you can also go to my website at maria. Liberati dot com. And you'll see a link. It's right on the front page. Registration is limited so register as soon as possible again. I'll be making an easter lemon record of bread and you'll get a recipe card from that as well so please join us. So let's start off with national ravioli day in my recipe for spring ravioli so yes as mentioned friday march. Nineteen is national ravioli. Day but you know in. Italy is also another special holiday. it saint joe's of stay which also is celebrated as father's day in italy. Saint joe's of stay is a holiday that has long-standing tradition especially in specific parts of italy and in the moly say region of italy. There's a little town called each that my grandmother. My maternal grandmother was from and if anyone has family from there if you are from there because the show does reach italy please reach out and let us know if you have any favorite recipes you can share for saint joseph's day or if you have any special photos of this celebration that town of each has all kinds of celebrations and they have a long-standing tradition of special dinner that they do for seeing joseph's day so happy father's day for out there my listening audience that her dad's and here's my recipe for ricotta. His star she oh ravioli with fresh cherry tomatoes. Here's the ingredients for. We'll start with adele soviet gonna make a fresh pasta in. There's nothing like freshly made ravioli. Made using fresh pasta dough for the doe two cups of all purpose flour a quarter cup of semolina flour. If you are using extra large eggs eggs you can use three eggs if they're medium eggs or small as you need at least five and a pinch of salt. Make a well in the center of a wooden board with a flower in place in the eggs with the eggs into the flower a little at a time. Then blend the do by hand you can also place ingredients into a food processor and blend then place. The dough on flowered on the flowered wooden board and work till the dough is elastic and doesn't stick to your hands if it six at some flour to your hands and need the dough for about ten minutes. The dose should be smooth and elastic. Form the doe into three balls and cover with plastic or app. Let the doses it at room temperature for fifteen minutes then. Place the dough on a flowered wooden board enroll out or if using pasta machine flat in one of the dobos to about a half of an inch and not wider than the slot of the pasta machine. Thus the dough with a flower so it doesn't stick to the pasta machine. Turn the handle. While feeding the dough and hold the flooding dough is it comes out with. Do not pull it if you do not have a pasta machine. Used a rolling pin to roll the dough on the flowered board. The dose should be about as sixteenth of an inch thick place. One sheet of pasta over the ravioli maker pressed the cup mold into the pasta. To form small indentations in the pasta to hold the filling place in a tablespoon of filling and cover with another sheet of dough role with a rolling pin and press out each ravioli place on a cookie. Sheet dusted with semolina flour. Alternatively you can cut ravioli with around cookie cutter. Fill this center and cover with another disc of pasta. Brush edges of pasta with a pastry brush dipped in water. This will help the pasta to remain sealed and not break during cooking. Cook the ravioli and salted boiling water for three to four minutes now onto the filling for the filling us one cup of cottage cheese. Two tablespoons of finely chopped pistachios zest of one. Fresh lemon pinch of salt and a pinch of black pepper place all ingredients for the filling into a bowl blend with a spoon or fork and set aside. And that's what you're going to be used to stuff the raviolis in the ravioli maker. Now if you're not sure what a ravioli maker is you can email me or just. Let me know on social media or comment on my blog where the recipe is an. I'll send you a picture of ravioli maker now for the sauce. The sauce is a cherry tomato sauce. And again as i said this is kind of a springy dish. So it's not a real heavy sauce. It's kind of a light sauce made with mint. You're getting the flavor of mint. Put your nuts spring. The who'd you sue for this sauce. You're going to need two cups fresh cherry grape tomatoes. A handful of freshman leaves. But you're going to leave. The mint leaves whole take them off of the stems. One clove of garlic one tablespoon of finely crushed pistachio nuts two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and salt and pepper to taste. Cut the cherry tomatoes in quarters place. The olive oil and garlic clove into a large saute pan. Add in the tomatoes in mentally leave seasoned with salt and black pepper. Saute for five minutes. You're going to then remove the holman leaves then add in and tossed the cooked. Wherever yoli and paula you have your ricotta pistachio ravioli. Be sure to remove the sauce from the heat after you. Sauteed it for five minutes and Before you put the ravioli because you don't want the ravioli to be overcome enjoy and if you do this recipe please share hashtag. The maria liberati show. 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And you can find the books if you lay to get an autographed copy. Shoot me an email. Maria at maria. liberati dot com and. I'll be sure that your copy is autographed. In honor of women's one month the month of march. We had some really talented women that we've been interviewing all month and nineteen. I didn't have another special guest today. it's wendy smith. Incidentally she's in the uk were traveling to think uk. today through. wendy. But wendy is a former paralympian. She's also a trauma specialist and she's an author and She's gonna tell us a little bit of herself as well i. She's got such interesting background. Wendy thank you so much for being on the show today. Oh maria thank you so much to have him as an absolute pleasure to get involved with this especially in women's month as last. Yes in you when you can you tell somewhere audience a little bit about eating a such an interesting background of do a spade. Walk free wendy at school. When i was at school. I wanted to call mechanic really short story. My dad was a test driver for mosey company. So i grew up under the bonnet of calls so that was my first dream and then i found myself when i went to do this. In a male environment where it was quite chauvinistic. And i didn't have a lot of confidence and belief in myself when i left very quickly and i went to become a secretary and which wasn't very fulfilling but it was a job because i was up to just work and then i had a motorbike accident when i'm seventeen years old and that's where my whole entire life changed. I had gone from being fully ibew body and sport mad to then light up in bed been told never walk again paralyzed from the chest down and i spent around about eight months in hospital and then to the disbelief of doctors. I walked out on crutches. Eight months later. Saw and that basically sent me on the path to wondering why i wanted to know why what was different about my body. What i'd done that created the ability to fix my spinal cord again. So then i i basically wanted adult. On a journey live the place making physiotherapists therapists and do in different exercises in the gym doing downhill mountain biking going back to riding horses and just trying to do everything to fix my body but nothing really seemed to work so then i started studying moines set and free out and depression and suicide souls. I discovered festival new. Linguistic programming was like that was not the biggest for me about the power of the human system. And how everything i was doing. I was doing to us now so it was my thoughts of the crash in the negative and it was my feelings. You know my emotions and not allowed me to tight control back of my system and then i just wanted to help while the people so i ended up random aside randomly nothing. Life is really ended up playing wound. Jeb algebra wente paralympic games in two thousand and four and i met so many people who had limited beliefs around themselves in their potential full. How can i help these goals as painful so i became a basket will coach then ball staple by integrated that with the sports psychology in the nfl. Pay and then. I wanted into trauma therapy and i use a recoding technique. That connection recode stole demotions around subjects to release people from paycheck. And then that led me into roy in the book started on speaking stages and doing odd do now enjoyed really royal. So that's made enough show. How yes and what are little nutshell. That's a gigantic nutshell. Wow that is incredible. That is incredible. And i love what you said that You know that that we actually do have more power than people really became embody. The human mind is more powerful than people really give it ready or act into joya website. We woke about in the biggest supercomputer on the planet. The only the only difference between us in a computer system as we told how to use our operating system in school. While i'm sorry go ahead sign if we want to use the operating system in school literally. The sky has no limit for anybody. It's so interesting especially so in today's world. And i mean today's world where everybody almost all around the world is dealing with this pandemic in isolation and depression. Can you give us some Some tips i guess on how to ditch the negative thoughts because so many people dwell on negative entity. And i'm one that that i try. I always try to be other way it. Sometimes it is difficult to tell people to some situations. Are you know definitely quite daunting. But i'm sure you had some good south there to help people to ditch native odds and and and try and stay on the opposite side effect of one of the most powerful things. We've we've not go visuals on this podcast pick could just use the gymnasium for one moment few. Imagine i an iphone shade of white piper. And that is your die. So that is everything your unconscious as for the whole die and in the middle of that pace of pipe. There's a tiny and it will the size of the pinhead black door and that's all you conscious. Brian can focus on out of the die. So i fear. Imagine if you wake up with anxiety and you're looking at your little black door anxiety you cannot say anything else around you offer them what you focused on so you'll you'll basically pulling into your die. Everything connected to that door when you understand that need you. Stop backing up from the. Don't you can actually say like. Wow there's this whole white page of die. That's full of so much more. So i always. That's equipped version of hell to start that. Just imagine that you'll staring at little black door. And you've got your face roy on it and if you back up from it so much all the stuff around you that's not the perceived problem and then that gives you the opportunity just to breathe and side to pay as well sink of your body wherever you fade. Your body is the result that you're to get in life so women that's the food you're put in the papal that around you the energy systems that you're socializing with what you're watching reading or listen to so if you're watching a constant stream of fear or negativity on the table bay you're basically breeding that your body is having that sign experience as your watch in it. So you're actually running the same chemistry and you'll you're in wyoming purpose creating those failings in your body if you're listening to negative conversation and gossip. Have you ever met those. Those people i call the mood. Hoover's they sort of come into the room and they literally suck the life. Lock hoover now of everybody in the environment with dan Might be pessimistic. Attitude all just always may it's been terrible die and you spend a Period of time with them. And then you. You just feel like literally drained. So i signed. Just be aware of how you balancing yourself for time. Are you spending time with the people j. shoe up that gives you energy. You know you. I have a science not selfish. But so i you also important in your life because if you dry you can't help anybody anyway. So it's just thinking about how you use your cell phone you lovely habits throughout the day. Not do people when they wake up in the morning. Just checking on your thought processes before you get out of bed and go not. She wears my head. I'm a good state of mind around my an anti style and then just spend in a little bit time breathing. Deep breathing is very underrated. But try go out breaking for five minutes and see what you end up But when you do some deep breathing and you just start seeing kim. Not how can i be like. I'm fairyland positivist city. But what balanced thoughts. Can i have and i was signed to people. Not just them go. Actually everything's okay. No it's like woo. yeah awesome. John may because that's that's not too high vibration if you will coming out. A negative spice. What can you be grateful for. What i've got is actually good in your life because when again you move away from adult you'll see there's a lot more set you stay in the moon lovely date brazen getting ahead in the right place and then spent some time nurturing you make sure you get outside maria. That's a very important one isn't it. Oh yeah fresh. Night shop gone recounts but just might chew looking after you first and then you can call everybody else is a those are all very laziest. I think one thing sue and you mentioned. It is being grateful. You know i. I noticed people. They're down then they get depressed about things. That really don't even seem to matter in life. And i i'll say well can you. Can you walk. can you talk talking you city will. There's are all things to focus that you should be happy to heart because not everybody. Has those very skills. There's there's those things that they can do so you can do any of that. You're really focus on news things. Be grateful but you know you're accident. Rate seventy eight. Four four and gratitude is well. Have you heard of the harsh institute now. Now nice and it's only who the math institute. These guys have been gone a long long time. A nice study. Will they call. Halt brian coherence. And it's lit the short version of this is if you just slow your breathing down to five in five bell and then put your hand on your heart while you're doing this for minimum of two minutes. Feel failing gratitude compassion appreciation love joy. But feel good fatal. Just smo- oil. And what it does it pump chablis full of thirteen hundred feel good chemicals. The longevity generates in the rent anticancer anti leukemia's united anti gin and they lost for six hours. In your body. it's somewhat that jodi spencer. In great britain there were no full of walk around. And i must've mapping to nacro really for about four years now following the halt math institute and all that studies around the the human electromagnetic failed on how we interact with the planet and other paykel. And if you just do this twice a day this breathing for two minutes. Focusing on the home satan. You just you diane's up like mode. Bliss is how i describe. It doesn't really matter what goes wrong. Because you've got the right. Chemical compound will ready running in your systems. Cape you out with fight and flight so it saw shots. She remarked Down a little bit in. Kwan's it down because at the moment with what's happening on the planet may know that a lot of people in hawaii states advance -iety so it's not like we're being chased by sega to tigers anymore but the amid is informed flight so you'll bicycling walking around with the the protection chemicals running your body which can be quite detrimental over a period of time. So just doing that. Breathing in the halt by spraying and fading. We'll just instantly just brings you out that spice cathartic well. That's that's great. I think that is really important. Skill in goal to to definitely To take advantage of especially during this time so much easier to do that then pop a pill or whatever and get all the bad stuff happens with that such a pleasant place in thing to do and it sounds like it has some century effect on on your life. Such a positive effect on the ninth so that it has has a positive effect to lows around you as well. You know if i do that and then i go insane my family because my energies such a noise state will balanced place. That feeling a little off kilter. They will inside the most powerful energy in the room. We'll have the biggest effect on people and it just it just calms them down as well because we ruled into to oral part of the same one system. We really when it comes down to that. Yes that's that's really wonderful vice. I know you do a lot also with like motivating motivational speaking in things. And one of the one of the talking. When she had mentioned was that you help people find. There are a by the authentic you. Can you talk a little bit of outside. And and Tell people can find their authentic. Yeah so this primary tool tips. I can give you that number one. We tend to follow everybody else. We see the next big things. We need to be like that. All you know. I need to do that and with toy ins well not so much. His skull believable social media. I feel sorry for the kids nowadays because they bombarded with images of what you should look like behind like told like. I even have a few friends who for the speaking pups is changed their accent and i just think that's so sad that you're not sitting inside yourself from following your own internal guidance to boys right for you. I the first place to start really is just to come inside and listen to that intuitive so and ask the question and then it gives you a yes or no answer things. 'cause you have this amazing guidance system that sits within you that if you ask a question it will give you a millisecond. Yes over known. And then what happens. Is we get that initial hit. And we get the essel the now and then. We question conscious brian. The government by should do that. Because if i don't do that they might get offended or we talk ourselves into something around with something instead of going with the initial failing that you have on the inside so the first thing i to paperless you start tuning into chewy. It'd so fast and finding what really truly brings you joy and to do that. I always get people to look at their values. What's important to them. I think this is a very overlooked terrier of life. We tend to just get job. Do a job in the job. Get your house and then so retirement di really now. That sounds a bit pessimistic but But for to not what is truly important to you. We'll help you really be authentic and what i mean by that is just also of the question will air. You can use this in any area of your life as well. Why is important to me about x. So if it's work boys importance may about work. And he won't one lead on since so my example would be freedom trust honesty and fun and then not ask myself while these things important and go into real detail. So why is all steam potent. You wise trust wise fund impulsive noise freedom. And what you end up with this. Is this lovely big of a list of things that you know if you're achieving at least three days in that environment you're going to be feeling for filled which then leads to motivation because motivation. If he write the word down is arguably your motive in action. So if you don't know your motive your values your wise behind what you're doing you're gonna find it really hard to get your result whereas when you know your values will important you in that environment. That is natural motive inaction motivation so those are the two things really the people to stop becoming their authentic. Self listening to your internal intuition. Wear the clothes you you know whether the the mike up you only wear the shoes you wanna wear become. You do the things she will do. Stop saying yes to every building. You're allowed to say much. They'll not feeling that one. Thank you for. The offer is just that that getting back to you and people will appreciate it as well because when you find fantasy it gives off a paypal. The opportunity to do the sign from a non not nato non biased so of spice and then look at your values and from your values. You'll find you want you to put into action monte. Sion and people are searching creatures that you know they don't get themselves Credits were being a unique thing. They want to as she said they want to all like everyone else in. The beauty of a person is uniqueness. They as you as you said though they wanna be like everybody else in china but you know. Don't give up as you're telling them not unique authentic evening you. That's what makes you stand out for you. It's the same with one of my jobs is as a coach and paperless. I smell of this. So many coaches on the planet against me and that that's not coming from an egg. Spice i look it lightly sistema sam wade maria. I look at like cheese. This is how i look at things in life. I say no. Everybody likes the same type of chains. Some people like cheddar. Some people like gray. Some people might stilted some people like smoked cheese. So i am a unique ocean of cheese and some people love my cheese. This sounds so weird and some people would like my cheese. And i'm just i would prefer to attract the people towards me that resonate with me. The i really wanna work with as well. And the i can help. Because then they'll recommend me to other people in the same and the stem and a half billion people on the planet and there's enough room forever guilty to be a unique cell phone from live. There's no need to compete against each of them. Appreciate each other each other. But i love and support and you're just thrive in any environment. Exactly wow those are all really interesting things to have to have you on as guests another time i will let you know because these are such interesting topic and i think they're so important especially now for what's going on you know in world people need to know about this and kind of take another approach to to the way that they live in things doing so. I really thank you so much for joining us for lying march willies months segments of. Thanks so much. And i hope everything's going okay in the uk. How are they doing with everything. Are you guys on lockdown her. Who knows i watch the news. So all that's happened for memory is everything is now happening out of my office. Be ask get you. I don't like watching the news either. Too much negative thing for me so i just take what i need and i do not focus on that. You're absolutely same here. I mean on will to tonight. Apologizing countries launch. Keep myself good. Spice thing we coming out who listen. June apparently Some sounds like we made me during this same. So that's great ari. When he thank you so much. And yes i will definitely be in touch with you again. Thanks so much l. And also i forgot less listeners. Know where they could find you. Find your book on your website. Okay yes my website is wendy. Smith dot may don't you and you can buy the book of amazon annoy you can look on the website and just cling. The book was called fifty ways to change and it was just all of my. It's about thirty years from personal development knowledge. So i put it into fifty different segments and then the back of the book is a held. You appliance alive. So it's a bit of a a guy is well you get to unpick. You'll map of reality and put it back together really interesting when you all tried to A link on my blog with weddings website also just in case but And what's the name of the book again. Fifty wise to chine jr ways to change by whitney smith. So definitely looked through that ball or vase again. when the we'll have you another time definitely. Thanks much we'll talk from. Fifth cheering pike human psyche to listeners. As well okay bye bye. Now thanks for listening to the maria liberati show where food meets art travel and life and where we answer the question. What does food mean to you. Thanks to my producer. Britain roselle and this week's guest in of national women's month. This month was wendy. Smith a former power olympia and trauma expert and author. And don't forget. Join me in my easter event. Where all be making a lemon ricotta easter bread on zoom with Celebrity chef joe borio. He's joining me in hobe making another treat for easter. Also you can register for that event. It will be on april second at two pm on zoom and you can register for that event on event break or you can just go to my website at maria. Liberati dot com to the link on to register for that event. Registration is limited so register as soon as possible will be making some delicious treats for easter. And you over be receiving a recipe card for the recipe. I'll be doing and also you can find me at maria. Liberati dot com on twitter at maria liberati with a capital and on facebook at chefs. Maria liberati on instagram at maria liberati on linked to in at 'em liberati and you can find book series. The basic art of italian cooking by maria liberati anywhere. You can find books online but you can also find my books filled with culinary memoirs and loss of recipes at maria dot com and on the publisher's website at art of living premium media dot com until next time. Peace love in pasta.

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Coach Hairston was there right was a he was the assistant. He was an assistant Yup. That base he you know he he recruited. He didn't want who recruited me. He. Yeah, he was so. This is the story, but this is crazy 'cause. You you live there, thinking what ninety three right? Now I came to cry. I came to remember the Dave. Criteria can't. They used to hold that I came today. Credit can't like so my coach Larry. Butler and Larry Harrison had a relationship, so you don't say he's not coaching. Coaches know each other whatever so he invited our team down. It was like an overnight camp at University of Cincinnati. We countdown and I. Remember you being that working out and I was like to. We was not. Like being like you win, a guy drafted like or even maybe H- Godhra I can't remember what you had drafted I. Remember it being. You and we all knew that you would do. Nick Van. This was like you know what I'm saying. I think Danny Fortson was just coming in Assam that he was there and I. I just remember that that was like the first time I ever. Met You and any force in the same time I remember co-chairs in from back then like those with my relationship, I ever started like meet knowing co-chairs, or whatever, so when it came time to recruit me i. knew you know you see that mustache? You knew you remember him. Saying. He will cool the air, but it's funny. Dave quiet account. All kids of their mass where we used to go to Jim. We used to try to put on the show. We wanted to let them know like the you know, said we really like we were trying to intimidate late you. Now we old is never forget that, but that was the first hand we value because I was in Edison like a grade in the. Coming down there, and it was like going out of the state and stuff. It was like a big deal for us, and then we got to see all. This crazy. Bobby Huggins like. He wanted no coaches. You heard he so hard nose and he eats all this and all that, but he going to get the brothers. Going to get the ones that the rough uncut that don't nobody else wants them to walk guys. He wanted he wanted to form a team and go at it, and they play hard and tough. You know you're GONNA have a battle and they love. May. Love yet all this players always. How was it to play for Bobby Huggins and what he teach you to you know? Move on life and move on your Karua. Husband's top man, I ain't go lie rebounds probably. One of those ever had play for my life. I'm a ninth grade coast. Adopt the night. He was tough. Than I am Ju- coach of Big Red Trinity Valley he will stop. But none compare to. What they did they they helped me. Get ready for us. is, still a help. Man It was light. Dies? He recruited man was myself corey bunt her. Air Martin Terry Nelson. We saw Jimmy College for a Jackson and. Is Crazy. Because when you've got all these different junior college kids, you know Juku, we was little. You know saying we won. You know the five stars stuff by that. Is. And this doom mode that together man and he motored together in the way. where, we didn't like it. You know sending, but you know we respected Brian He. Literally as you ready to a wall. That's just the way he was, and he will get yo face a curse you out, Ku out of practice. Down now basic. Talk of Lace and we will get literally Shower get ready to go. Let's say no win. Capped Julian. come guy coast of back. Then, we gotta go back to practice name. That's the kind of stuff we was going all the time, but everybody man we. We knew that. He was teaching. It was legit you know what I'm saying. He instilled in us that toughness man that that Rick that grinding basketball by we ought facebook for forty minutes leading up and that Kinda carried over math. Sponsor into the NBA. It was just no fear. It was no fear and he for him. He May, but a lot of the. You know you lined up against is all is daughter thing that on Bush is no matter who it is always going to the game. You're. Begin dusted off if you're going. Hand down. Let your guard down. What's? Going to happen, but if you're gonNA, have nonni good. Then you're going to give it. Your best shot of hose was great man. He's a little different now. He ain't the same as. You can't. You can't be, but I mean it's. One thing you have a job. These the one the one thing you know when you're going against a team coached by Bobby, Huggins, did they going to be tough and they're gonNA. Play defense not about. Not about the be either. You know I played against the Cincinnati. Teams were K Marr Melvin levied the DJ all of those. Tough Steve Logo the logo was zipping and look tough. Todd Kane I've been Steve Low. Grade School. UNAI YOU LIKE I? I play him. You know mid West right there using this many times like seven seventy eight grade they will. They personified toughness us going to a dog fight with them. We got literally into fights with those teams. All the time. Straight up. Tell me about the the ninety two. Because like you said you. You didn't really hear too much about Cincinnati so like. These. Accomplishments that you got hurt. Do the go-to fine. Apu into to make these runs and attorney and all this stuff. This is like a chain is not known from Georgetown the UNC and stuff it's it's a new team in the nineties into makes them not so. How is the season for you to go? We are lost to fail five. Go too deep in the tournament. Man Out I allowed out of the best year. My basketball likes ever. I'm my dad. Year was the best year ever of meat. Basketball man we. We have the tidiest group guys man that that you can like the fast averages like this young the. Route man we will. We will so tight man. We want a group test now to this day China contrastingly. Man But! Is. Crazy because coming into that season. We didn't know. Yeah but Koi Blunt Area Martin played on the same journey policy. Perform a ransom San Angelo community college. They both went back back. Championships They played his Terry Nelson. Who went to mom, Big City college native champion against him. So that's three winters right? there. Right I knew her Jones the year before those. Year joke on. He gave us like thirty six down Florida. We went in tournament he. was bringing an avenue for setting out he was on with us. Use a transfer. Eighty Jackson another player not rats. He gives them like so going into the season. Always get on campus now when I tell you Dr. Everywhere we went. It was three of us right. You never seen one of us solo and I tell him to day like the Aba good team like you gotTa have good chemistry, not just on the court author. Translated on the yeah man, so tired goes was winning. Conference are goes when a conference tournament goes finished with like four or five losses are both by made it to the elite eight-man. We may all our goes. May single though that we said and no idea about divisional basketball, it was crazy. 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You Watch the Lakers play. After by the Lakers I know. I know it's bittersweet because you go as high as you want to write a lakers. Lake drivers like Cheetahs on. no-doubt, how's that? It was it was. It was cool man because. Cincinnati it was a little media thing going on with Cincinnati and you know our team. Because cool. We were where we came from, and it was kind of a little risk. Yom saying so when I win the second, round! The media was like you know why you going to say around trying to make me feel bad. Know the night before me a blunt, he was the. First Routes Bulls. Mid? Him went down to to riverfront with the Jeff Ruby statehouse on refined. Great Time wife Right it liberation. It was the second round around man the Lakers you know San drafting in a second. The rounded that name to me. What I was thinking about was offered to go out there. Improve that I'm better. Than where are we write? A mad at. Ross. One billion people to this day, they always are making. You feel a certain way, but you can't make me feel this way. Man I can't most. Stable on you know pants. This is you know grew up in is. And I made right. Down wrong beat because you only. Perfectly go magic. I just remember being a kid games, and it's dark. All you said that bright yellow Florida like a little like a state. It's dark air. How was the? How was that I? Had you ever been to La before? Getting drafted? Thing going there like how that? When you first get the you say, it's the best day you'll live. You drive about a leg like when you touchdown. How that coming up playing in the airport seeing palm trees. We're leaving the airport. How did that feel? Man is crazy because. First Time I was there workouts, but when I went there, you know is star stand? It's like poetry. I'm used to walking around with tree jumped up bears Arash. Yeah. When we go palm trees, man son all the time. Yeah, anyway, you go, you know at the time the early nineties. The way. Boys. You had a different kind of mixture as wear. So yeah, you know I'm Ryan around at Atlanta I'm also nerve. You're right. Look around at night. On Your Walk, but it was so live man. We will just young. We had out today, but First Years. Will Do. You had a lot of early success. You came in Kinda. Rolling like people's favorite point guard US busting. Like. When did retain yeah, when did you know like? Sit like they can't stop me. like at all. They figured it left hand. Sit Out on bigger night out there K.. Stop this year. Like! Where did you know like I can kill your favorite point guard. A good question man I I always had that confidence that you know whoever I vote against. You know how Mahathir. Santomero who'll woods as hugs. That's US like. Everybody can be everybody in destroy so your home is needs. Accurate I. For Vision, game maybe third for reasons that we plants yeah. And in the form and GP, I knew about GP goes. You know was. I just stopped in in preseason in Hawaii. Though home now we got the glove. You're saying so. Look nervous. You know what I'm saying but boy ready for battle. Do Bad. I did a move on on glove man. We're not still you do. Show me all the way across. On road and I'm now. Go to you know what I'm saying was. Awry and from that point on. I knew that. Everybody's going to try. They don't try to do it. You don't stand up, or you know who you are and you don't get us in this Leeann. Don't see it holy. That was, so I had to get. A has gone. Fazli John. He told me he said he I've been waiting on new. Mayor or from that point. That is its own like whatever whoever you see your own I could love. Race literally you're going to get out there. Stayed Up. Rest in Paradise Cove. You'll find the show. We had Kobe on the show and. When Kobe got drafted draft to the Lakers and us that we ask who's the first person to buses? Add nail caused you. I. See it I. Get a chance to get on the NBA court nick equipped with some of quiet. Do you remember anything about that with Kobe came in. Yes and you got a chance to play against them. How determine their hard work? He was to try to be the best. Man is crazy man because. When co I came in I can just like even his past recipes acid I see the young code eighteen nineteen year old, young Sanzo. I always see cold with his little frail by walking in the GM dot his his his his hawks in real. It was like. Gillies old cast. Code used to do so during. A HILL And people be thinking. I'd be joking when I say summer up man but. Do will not I was a Jovan would don't obvious serious or is true, but this man worked so freaking hard. The and his work at the was really built players. Do at the better than everybody else, and it wasn't even close. It will get six nine guys that the powerful Lords. Corey Blonde Song. In other guys and they will go play one on one on the side acids in the crazy part, the one on one bus Kobe was working in the mid coast and they had to be spending. and Kobe was the only one or off. They just by each bits. So every time. He get appoint if you missed data, point as grew. A group. New every man it didn't stop. It was relentless man. Coleman man. It was just so sad. You know what happened, but The things. He said that he was going to he. Did you know what I'm saying like? Everybody remembers the Clinton when we add a resume again in Vegas, he crossed, dude up at the top of. The high. How may be awarded? while. Face. You Eddie Jones. Our maybe I'll face on that bitch in Vegas like. A! That's another. Another thing called told us coming out of the timeout. Dale drove place. is so at the top of the key. Code told US ON MARGARET CAUSES FOOD UP DOT COM. Alice's exact words leaving up on the crosses fool up in. And Mystery. That was our reaction on the bench. Because he said that yeah office fool up dot com, and that's exactly what it is I reactions like. At eighteen years old right right though. Everything, he said like cold wanted to be. The best. He did at what point though like. Throughout his process that you, could you know you, you Eddie. Jones was the guys when he came in. He came into. A situation will already solidifies situation and I know like you're saying that practice that had to be at what point did it just turn where it was like you know? Obviously, they made the decision the move EJ about it there and they saw what was going on. So what point for yardage? All Star CNN practice like like? This kid is out of here like Whoa. What point was that like? You know for y'all probably A. Second Year. Because the first year was tough for him. Because right in a lot of plan time, and then you know cold was like he was one. Want his favorite sandwich on the best one on. My own. In the second his favor, saying all on, and he will literally come down and do some some crazy stuff, and there will be like Kobe. You can't do that OBI and he will come back and doing. How many players you know! As. Rookie? Ciller teenager do some crazy. Coaster you not to do it again. You I do it again. Right. Came back and did it again, and it was non-stop is old year like that and you know he was getting a lot. They'll get a lot of personal gold. Coast at first year without didn't WanNa doing things ready, so it was still koby, but as second year. Kobe really didn't care like even just like like the hours. They myself Kringle, rise. Over is. Kobe knew he was that. He just. And then when you keep going, keep going what they accept it. And everybody started to realize you know what this. Cold He. is so hard to get four players wanting to be on all starting. You know saying sometimes that four players. Sometimes, the third player might not get the credit. Than Your team succeed or your record or whatever? Yada have four players. All Star Gang? One of the players to come off the bench to make dog again like how was dead? I Know Alba's like. That's crazy. We all full suite going into the game together. Cool man behind. ME. That time I already I. They often have better years before. The team. You know what I'm saying so I duNNo, why I really author. Maybe is because at a time. Shocked hurt. Earn seats, but we for young. Still a little bit. You know so on the why I made off our team ship, but it was cool man. It was good experience you know. Going to New York but I I really wasn't kind of. Need I did that did excited. Say The wind or anything how I WANNA person. Voted Off Star game in plan a game that I wouldn't want any of my go. You know what I'm saying, so I'm going to star in half on. Wouldn't go off practice. Speaking about winning. When y'all got shit. You know you got cold. Got Eddie. Jones got star Paolo. You got great role players you what I'm saying like? You think that you've been to win. The Championship. Definitely think that you got excited. So how was that like knowing that y'all got all this star pile got everything and plays. y'All WANNA compete for a championship, but John was falling a little bit short. Yeah, now we do, we will stat. The member the I'll tell you. We were just young man. We was young. We didn't know how to win. You know what I'm saying, so we had shot was the most statement man. You know they're this important cast was pretty good me. Follows elden Robert Ory Rick Fox Room. We had a young Kobe and we was just young like at that time. You've also got them good manners. They would. They will go on a thirty man and. Ask for. Get to next step. You know what I'm saying. I've been. League audience. Hear but you still get there. And we want. We want ready for that next level. Man You know once they you know revamped it up. You know what I'm saying. They changes. They got feel in air. Start teaching them how to win. Everything turned Brown, but I always still be a team. They won that championship with saying they wanted to advocacy with you. GonNa! Ask Myself Eddie elden symbolic by we all play together with their team that one set of. I, mean he championships. We could really add know what I'm saying. Yeah, but it will. It was tough ESPEC- one losing when you thank you got a really good chance at and always falling short as you heard him. Use News Losing, UTAH. The one thing that I think when I think about you and your game, they stand out for me. Is that from jump? Basically? Start to finish no matter which chain you went to you use. A STARTLE SIX-MAN IN A. A rotational contributor. and. For me I think that like speaks volumes for you to be a second round. Pick 'em saying go thirty seven, and then had career. You had tug about where you got that. Perseverance from just like you said no matter what I got drafted thirty seven I'm like man. It's the biggest thing of longhand. Prove that I'm better. I ain't gonNA. Look at it in a bad way, no matter who telling me Disa- that I'm just going hand showing through and everything. You went to like you, was you? You had those same swag Dow. Game Plan doing your same. Whatever I can you know see? The head been high size air all. Different uniforms, but it's the same boogie and I could hear coves that you tell them you reach artistes, and you're doing a fake and you had some craziest. You'll say hand game face. Like what did you just get that confidence that the just keep it throughout. That's that's playground. Basketball I grew up at as that. We will concrete. It was every every weekend. Man in the summit will every day on our. Side. And we just like. Every single day you know saying Capri, and if you ain't sticking up for yourself if you somebody bully, let's. Take, US by talks trashy. May. Go, maybe in and we were planning against the older cats man while G. Still tiny bit. 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You got big hands. Right. One more person I want to ask before we get off the Lakers. Won The guys that don't really get appreciate you know saying people never really say about is like Eddie Jones Jones was dotes like. Offense! A lot of people don't even say how nice he was on defense, but Speak, about just playing with Eddie John when you got the chance to play with Jones, and you know seeing going on the crib. Just you know you old or not. You can really appreciate how good he asked was. Than I love EJ man. That's my guy to this day. We all the time. You know what I'm saying, so that's my guy man. We actually like net door each other pretty much. You know in La, a yellow condos and everything so man I was mark. Do Mandate One. We played against each other in college on this the millionaire with one another. We we hit off on the first day. We just we just tired. Ej Man, tell you what it was. It was nice where night light work. Dana Barros or a is somebody cooking, right? They got you got. You gotta go gotta put. Up At. Do he was so nasty man. He was so nasty, yet it's funny, because when he first the I think, he was wearing them. Then they were retired. Twenty five number are gail. and. Even! Though a number, he should get I, said man. You should get number method. You play like that day as long as I'm writing. The strat, yes, riding. In the ended up updates, six NAPA Asmar died man EJ one of the clues man I ever played with. January down are always the same. To. What doc own you remember when he was a Laker? Remember like while bone at. That time you know, 'cause laid on your career once you left the Lakers, you went catching bodies us. Catching bodies a couple of highlights with the Lakers, but you can call it a COUPLA people. And then you slow, them needs on. You cut them knees on down got. Anywhere else, but you would like. US. Audience vote. was their body. Remember man with the lead. Our member Mantas I really WANNA. Know Steve. Band David. you. Get Him. I really I know I caught dream, but it was in preseason game in San Diego. Legendary right, did Vote to see. That went on national right. Now? So. Yeah, I'll call him slipping one time on baseline. Kevin Johnson Grades Defenders. Of Man I wouldn't. Have as dream side at the post war. As. I was telling this. STORY LIKE I was playing against Miami. Lonzo got a block on me and we all got the same agent and stuff, so you know. Get a couple of weeks leg. I get this bitter. And say two miles man thanks for the thousand block. I saw bullshit right. Why she couldn't be ninety, nine, thousand, one or something like a milestone. Agent Jeff Wakes Jefferson to. Initiate away immediately this what I want to as you could like like we talk about later on your career. The Lakers how still you know how much of a contributor you were like for me. In. My eyes is still coming up a young boy. Obviously, you weren't the first one to do this. Or whatever like you Wanna I do's and I looked at like man. He taken a man role and he's him like He. Knew Mate that like for me was one of the first people in my mind that I looked at like as a person who has super game boy, who was all? Year could be a starter, but went to the bench, and still came in like started having no problem, he wasn't tripping about unlike. Tell me about that approach and we're like how you how you wrapped around that and still like I still would just bring your same game. Man This is funny man people. They try to beat them. The stereotypes man is kind of sad when people don't really know you as a person so. A. Selfish player at you. A. I go back my whole career. You know what I'm saying when. D. Fish mid. The fist came into legs. He came in with Kobe in those stat and I had got hurt I had had knee surgery and fish stars start. So No, when I started to get healthy again and they wanted to throw back out. There Star I might. Be Fist. Key Star let me come off the bench. Because now give the fish mole confidence our. Confidence then I think we better like them. Runoffs Aso. People forget about stuff like that. They want to act like this. Because I went to Denver I used to shoot bomb, but I still got my SISTA rising. As you as one wants so when I was in Denver. I was tired of losing. You know what I'm saying. I was basically it the only reason while. OF GET OUT OF DENVER CAUSE I see no lighter. And you know Dallas called the last hour. I. Mean Lou the last hour is. unbalanced. Come down and there's I. Will you know probably will be? On normal. Problem with that and you know real basketball players know. Lousy the the game. That's all that you. Okay about start. In the last two minutes of the game of I'm. Right. Time again, so my my thought process on. The one. These has already nice I. Even being they are really nice. I can go ahead. Though I. Be Easy Jews with all. The eight. You know what I'm saying, so I went there, and it was a struggle at first, because like I said they will so good. When you new to a situation, you don't WanNa be the one as you know slowing. Down you send you Buy Bananas Keep Rolling, but it was hard for me, so my role in Dallas completely changed you know in Denver was more of a I used to, but is android dropped on? In Dallas momentum or little shorter, so man, you need quarterback right I. Used to cuss me out of the ball. Shoot the ball on taking you out. Of Jackie's though that's why I really became this person that came to visit our shooting. because. That's the way he wanted me. He knew that we needed that role and our with. And Denver I got another story in Denver like cost. You use killing everybody. We used to come devil. We I got to leak and rifle of France was playing which right? So you know this is the first time I plan in Denver I'm talking noise. James Posey out know That's why that's why Paul Love Day. You just. To Denver, just remember. This is the first time I really got dumped off, so it was high screening role Ewing Rafiullah, France and you know I'm on the way. And I gotTA. I gotta get the row. So I'm rape. I re- I'm used to raise like popping. So? I'm laid on rotation I roll, and he dunk Homey Soho so we go back now I run the same play I'm laid on rotation again. He dumped on me. I'll trying to meet him after he dumped on me. I ran a same fucking play three times in a row. I'm already at the three point line I I'm always the corner like. You'll have to swing that. The. Both. Of you remember that, but I just had. You know what I remember about playing. Man and we are the teams. The always talk about job. y'All was really talented. Whole. Talented, but like we were talking earlier, but on the don't know how to win the NBA to win. Yeah! It takes. Broke but talent wise was nice. Oh, we used to always talk about job. We look at a score sheet. You know plan without. Earn, but then I we I, it would. Will be losing by forty well, it didn't matter. Elo Ya'll still like yeah yeah, USA. To get better now. Jahmai said wait on curiosity. Gone never wave. That's the one thing I was. Never wavered on Y'all Sonnen are treated the game. As. He does man we on y'all's y'all still up. For Real, we was like how you said like it didn't matter like. We in the League, we knew we knew one hundred percent. We was in Lakers town. It was the Lakers town. No doubt about it, but I think it was like that's cool. We in the NBA Toe and like. All of us would. You said we were so talented and everybody would just thirsty to start their career, so it didn't matter we got in. We was down twenty or whatever it was like. It's my turn. I'm about to go off about the about the party on about the celebration of Oscar everybody about the see that we could, and we're going to be. People face like yeah, like okay. That's why we met we. We couldn't do on about that, but we get is work right quick. And I think I. Think the biggest part that, too, 'cause like you. The Clippers had the cloud over their head. Nobody want to go to a clippers play for the liberal. We was cats that we were just having to be in the NBA. So the matter that we use with the clippers, so instead of being players has got traded clippers in previous and was like hull often. It gets to clip as long as they pammy fuck this year. Just excites a beater. I think that was just like that would change for the clippers. Many kids that one in this lead they don't know nothing about. The clip was Ryan no nothing about the history for real, but they excited to be here and I feel like. Since that time, right thing changed since the. Games a lot of fans. Fancy. Store saying folks with jerseys and stuff like that. So I know you had them losing seasons with the nuggets and so far, but you say you got married and they was a winning team. How did they feel because like I was like one of my like that teams like my one of my favorite teams Nash Fin dirt you. That Guy Got New Jersey's. Bringing young fellows like hallward you saying like I was winning, but yaupon getting over there is you know what I'm saying? You said later on when they finally won a championship, but it took them eight years to. Get all the kinks out. But how was that like with Dallas and it was cool because when I got there, they had just one. Biosphere beat Utah and had one playoff series in a long time. And then. I go there and. At the time you know, La still you know. Lake Show. Had Sacramento so my first year there Sacramento, beat us in the second round. and. Now it's tough because we we feel. We had a good team. We at least Bassett. A conference finals with a mop was up in the second round and it's funny because. I would have known that summer man. Hotel. Pitch on the mob wait. Nas. Nazis. I want to be in that spot again. So you know we go back there next year in next year with a Jack Y'all ally. We really thought we have good team to get to that next level and you know we. We get win for two series. Shit we are move three lead in spoiling campaign. Up. I think. She got hurt Ziebel's player. As he went to work on us no one tonight. I remember that. This off the. Phone phonebook. Zibo star Manning's killing us. Sweet down one out man then we got. SOCK MIDDLE EMS, that's that's the playoffs Robert Good Syria I remember. Bobby accidents. Bus Jackson. Bobby not dragged was a boy to yeah. It was nice time he solta. Best Nasu as he crossed me, he crossed me like that. I lost sight. Crossing. Tonight looking like. He was so nice man but I have studied. In from previous year mad because when I went to Dallas, I wasn't in the playoffs, three and a half years and And now back in the playoffs you Kinda lose lose that De, and what it really tastes play, basketball, right and I remember man I remember watching men. Shoddy! Go Up, and I'm Dr Bobby. Jackson I'll just turn my head. He'd gone Atlanta Angle, with with until you know what I'm saying so I walk all if in the next year we got. Mad Ball enough. I'm I'm shaking. Now really locked. Yea! We ended up beating them at the helm. Seriously where are? We Levin now then. frigging. Steve Curve dog we. Speaker Man! We played all you. Play all year man is three to mass, so we got a chance to take a stance on the OBAMAS band is do come up for best pop through to do. A whole series. This, so we planning zone? They got the twin tower. No doubt at that time we went small ball so. There's do come in made about six or seven three thousand. We Don bus earthy going into war. Like yeah, we're going back to San. Antonio Massey. Home. When I got to Portland, you know they have seen and stuff and I think we won like thirteen out of fifteen when I first got to Portland. So I'm like all this is the first time I actually own a team that can compete was just all I've been to organizations while I'm on the worst team in the NBA and how Miley get to a team that. I watched the play offs every year. You know when you see appears on your draft or any your buddies make the playoffs WanNa. Be a part of that you know the play offs is the biggest state. So, you know when I get. The pulling data made the playoffs twenty two years in a row. I get there and she. She beat up like a month and a half, so they finally Tracy could see like I'm not signing. So out of twenty two years. This is the first year they did. Make the playoffs. Now we got we got to re. We got the OH. Great Veteran Players Bang Da. We get you on a team I'm gate like US Shit. This is the season we gonna make the playoffs like GonNa. Make the playoffs and I got people that are look up to our respect and I admired I. Love the play with and smart players. Debts season that we didn't make the frustrated me so much and I remember that season so much like you didn't really say the nobody like all this frustrating that we ain't playing hard or they plan like they wanNA, get a draft. Pick with all these veteran player I mean when you got that. It was like Serena Abdulrahim didn't play the small bullet. Since the third year in this in the lead and late ten years worth the. Phone get a double double. I started small full last year, and they told me well. We Start Cereda's small season. Even start. Damon Stoudamire Point We dress a there in some way. They found some minutes wall the play which was baffled to me. Team Day we have. Is it because this you're touch me? Say that. I actually thought I had a chance. have his. So I got I got to get this off my chest. How did you feel about that team? And the talent and how is good of the team? But you knew like the politics of the game. lucked up that season. Without a crazy season, he even. Coming into by when I was in Golden, state and they said I was GONNA get traded to four hours. Excite arrives. GonNa make a new quayle I'm. Back Slim. Out, that will leading question. Yeah, a from for me, personally. The reform golden state I had knee surgery. Now the year before Him Dallas. New Surgeon I came back at sixteen days zone. When I need surgery in both state I, tried to come back early. Yeah, never to say. PORTLAND! I was trashed. Wanted to track, we got a fifty game out you. would. Could could move I. wanted to move. You don't yes. I do how to play the game. I knew how to score. Nothing I knew how to do that, but my clearness was there no most now just. Home Schooling Chevy you those who? You get going sometimes, but it ain't going to be always like you can I used to. Have assigned linen on that team and everything, but I just remember. You pissed me the PUCK. Did they did. I have another funny story which. Is Almost Always planned Denver we will probably plan Denver. And somebody's smacked me in my face. And I just grabbed my faith in just a bit down, so he knows a foul for the freaked, but I took over the time. I'm like I'm just dead. So I finally come up. Knicks as you use crab. I'm mad if I'm like Nah, I'll, SEE HEART Like. I. Remember. Just the game. Stop anybody looking I'm just like this. We'll try. For that copy on. The ice man. Is it like? This what I gotta eggs you know like. You just discovered iced coffee last year and that's the crazy. Frog I. don't even drink coffee at all, but like what I saw. You went on the Tweeden's for. Man. That's it was so good because look so. I've been coaching. Right so when you coaching. Mumble Guy Drake coffee. We'd be having early warns you know. Drinking hires coffee because I'd be sweating to them only. And dollar in just one day man, I'm ready to go play dog man. I was looking at trying to get on draining. I was saying sunset ice off. So I said, let me get ice coffee. You know pushing mega sweet man. I'll start sitting on like damn. Male I. Know. and. Now just be trying all kind of ICED. He's mad. Got All kinds of spices get different, so let's let's the one that you recommend me to try which one would recommend me to try. Medic I I can. I can go on the other side of the fence. I try to my love, you play. Yeah. Frost is the frosty coffee or something like they're frozen awesome. John. What. Just tell of alleged. Let you know. One of the things when you get into the league. You gotTA. You always want a nickname saying you gotta your Nick. Nick the quick nick at nite one of the nickname, which one you like the most nick quick. Or Nick at nite. But I'm probably GONNA go with. Nate quake man. Her rest in case. was less not later so. Her gave me that nickname Nathan quick. Quay so. Before long time even to this day now, people. quit is funny. Because when I was growing up man, I used to be paid. For us out my Donnelley's. Wrong. Nickname never really had a nickname, college and then accident. She start calling with. Who did you when you grew up? Watching like man I wanna be like that person. That's who had my game. I WanNa, say at one. The be light on, but you notes stop. Stealing the envy late you know what I'm saying. My Favorite Point Guard college was. Is it time than a girl watts? was. Worth thirty one in Cincinnati. Ohio had in announced so nasty and is when he was at Indiana. Aw Me! Just watching those guys, then guys like Kevin, Johnson ooh, strict David Edwards when he was at a northern dame, was not was nasty wishaw. Patterned myself out. Go once you cast Mantis, take whatever I can, if I can fit into my game, and and maybe better. Package that post on really speak of like you'll layup packets. Is here, you know a lot of people see you're jumping you school up from jumper. Used to spend their joan off that backboard like who put the layup packets in your man to that was all roster. They restrict was that the wall was so nasty. Bet even so nasty and he was one of the do that when I started playing against, I'm like. May You know 'cause? That's what that's one that you always watching? You knew that he. Was One of the best finishes from that point God's. It's not. and. And I. Try to emulate him my I was so you know a? Little Bit Strip was finishing all the time at the best the hell. Yeah. I WANNA do start. Bench cut, right. Guards will point guards so. And since we're talking about you, know you the old school a little bit. We GonNa go I WANNA go Kenny Anderson. Rise, stricklin. And Kenny Smith. New York. You guys start one benched one and cut one. As the. New York and Kenny Kenny Gay. Can you get you buckets? I've got I've. Got To start, strip. DIRAC around? I got a probably Brain Candy Addison off the bench. and. GotTa. Get Cut. GOLLY! He got get cut man. that. That's what make your tub. Somebody always gotta get cut now, but this this on start based cut kick out lead. This New wrinkle. This. This. Could kick out the league. Steph Curry. Kyrie urban. Damian, Lillard! Andrew. And James Hard. So. Work for the Dallas Mavericks on not allowed to speak on current with all. Yeah, that's right. Well. It's another player you and this always just tell people I was like man back in my era. I know it was Jason Kidd and you know all the people with the name, but you and Samco sale to me used to kill everybody's favorite point, 'cause you know saying two point gazes, and I notice your band and stuff like that like just speak about sample sale, and just as game your friendship, and just all here down, fool man Sam. I'm in one of the very first time I met this. Do we do Co..? Planning, Do Co., Jamboree. Stephen, F. Austin and I. Don't take a ball out. I got the ball out over my head. Back are. I never met. Do none about gotta take care of the ball. Take care of bar. Man Not medium just. Brat rebranding From that day in became like that. It's the craziest thing. We ended up going to do go off. Our gang started bonding more than we both came out at the same time. He wants a Florida state. I went to natty. Then we got drafted saints on. He reads what have I have to Texas. Are User you know, 'cause? Like. That's my dude man do. You talking about won a game on the line and somebody afraid to be shot. ooh! frito lives real nine to. Listen that way. No every time we seen him. We call him to point games. He goes every single tattoo. That's his name to point game. Layer. Going is slow, motion. Man Get. Involved into spot every single time. Now. Defense was as often. As you out of all the teams you play for if you had to pick for other players to play with. who was the full other players? You can't use me because I'm the what asks you for that, but who is the other players will play for that? You would wanNA roll with. All the teams. You play some heat. You got some deceased. So, we just WanNa win or just they my boss. Just the best phone you can put with you at all the players you don't play with man. I got shot at the fire. Easy now that dirt attend donkey. Yeah, ooh! It got dark `small. Dice. Nice view all. I'd. Go, man at the time while play. I'm going on. We'll go dirty. Dirt! Dirt because opt dirt now play with Tim out by little bit out round two thousand six, so dirt me around early. Two thousand make no sense. Three. I'm GONNA just go. Fan. Man. It's GONNA be Egypt. Overcoat now take conscious by plan. How good holidays which you okay? Okay so you won't Young Co. you want experience Jay Okay I get cold was like this. I got us at the time. Did over career. Dot Co. you know what I'm saying. Yeah! So. Little you etain. Fan Dirk Sec. Yeah, five as right. So this is my favorite. I liked is when you first got that bad. You know you say round pick so probably would neom like when you felt like I guess a mind. What? What did you treat yourself to? What like what did you go out there and say looking back at it now? Like man I did that I was crazy, but like it was. It was live when you did it. Said question. Idea I bought a rolex time. I bought a presidential one-time. I remember that end so Chris. You barely would. Look. Hey, man fact by. Got, me! How much you pay for. One fifty. crispy no size. Ways. He's about to say oh. Yeah. Shit we used to do. Navigate you board money. Talk about. We definitely appreciate you coming on roll man. Now. straight up seventy love man. You want the ones that man we rave about. We always speak about. That, we watched a mired and appreciate you brought to the game and continue to bring to the game, and the real was not real hoop was no. You really want us one of them was so you know we gotta? We gotta get up here and pull you pants. Praise you, bring your flower so so people with some of these young fellows. You'll be surprised man when I was working for the Pistons Bro. A Man Stanley Johnson bless his heart. He know who Eddie Jones was Bro and he academy kid I mean I understand. He's Super Young, but I would just like. How do you not know? Eddie Jones is, and so we feel like we feel like his job like you know the. History yeah man people like you. You use A boy. You know what I'm saying like just like you. The he came through night now he had lied people. He was sending on fire bus, and giving it to whoever whoever you won't talk about. They know who nick the quick is so is that's crazy. You said 'cause. I don't expect young lists and know the players, but I knew me when I was young we. We go ahead. You know what I'm saying. Basketball. Quick Story I. Think I think we was playing you off in. Was Alexandra cokie Yup Yup. mcdyess walking up out the game in a host dangerous on. NESTLES Gentry jails dice. Game but night, big fellow store. He walks hills. Dies walking next to me like. You. Just, A. Great Day of rice little bit. I'm an ESA era man. It's been to dope man. We appreciate you. Oh Man, this is one all time favorite guys lease coming up in the league. He did it big man. Nick the Click and next. Would as the legendary. We appreciate you breath now. Man All love. The players. Dot Com.

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Learn to Be Content With What You Have (Hour 3)

The Dave Ramsey Show

40:07 min | 1 year ago

Learn to Be Content With What You Have (Hour 3)

"Uh-huh doc and you have to declare this an emergency to use your emergency fund and if it's a vacation your calls toll-free and nationwide triple eight eight two five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five a two five tyler starts off this hour in Honolulu hi tyler how are you dave how're you doing better than I deserve what's up it's not a vacation but if it's a vacation then it's not an emergency right but if going to see your out if you're going to see your godfather who you know has last week and the cheapest one found so far is nine hundred six seven dollars where's home Ocala Florida been given a horrible diagnosis. You in in your mind and your closeness with him and so forth is an emergency or if you're using that to just rationalize going home and seeing your I was wondering if in my emergency fine to be able to go home my godfather was diagnosed with stage for calling cancer okay and your nineteen you live on base yeah okay and what's it cost to go home I was looking at this sounds like it is a big deal but you gotta really put it in that category it's not the medium deal category and it's not the sort of con- I'd like to go home and I'm using this as an excuse category ooh big jump from on Lula okay military doesn't have any way you can hop a ride do they they have armie for Christmas then don't do it but if this is something that's you're that close to him in that means that much to you than you know yet you would go do it probably but you're declaring it's gotta be this is something I regret the rest of my life because this man means so much to me and swollen on be on it's got to be big deal category you see what I'm talking it's a decision you have to make your man thank you for your service to the country and it's a it's a difficult decision 'cause you're lost that money is regained get refunded you gotta use the ticket and you don't chance to use the ticket okay get an emergency and you're using your last dime okay this is really through you're really cutting this down to the wire it's got to be a big deal is king and the payoff on mortgage has taken the place of the BMW as the status symbol of yours. I am Dave Ramsey your host Flynn okay what do you make a year I'm an into currently about to be promoted to E. Three so make it around twenty thousand so I'm in the Army I'm nineteen years old and I love baby step wine and during Christmas time we have time to go home and about it is a big area me I lost my father to pancreatic cancer so it's hard to see my godfather get diagnosed up and and I didn't get that in place my even more if I'm trying to leave within three days if you buy the flight then you crazy well sale it's hard to see anyone get diagnosed with cancer but whether you make this trip is dependent upon the diagnosis but upon your relationship to this person and does it you know if you're very very close to this person that's fine if you met them once when you were three and then they're declared your godfather than I'm being a program like that but it's hard to get on it during the holidays is GonNa be so there's a chance they should if it doesn't work out the that's the way I'm thinking through this as you know what level of emergency is because you're using your last freaking dime oh and by the way between now and Christmas Megan Twenty grand living on base I don't know where your money's going you ought to be saving a bunch yes I I recently just started your programs have a lot of bills unless you got some debts but because again your your necessities are covered food shelter clothing and so forth and your situation so thank you for worth thousand dollars in student loans my question is should I cash out that all of it the mutual funds and urban country Sir and I hope this works out for you appreciate the call Jeremy's Weather Center roanoke Virginia Hi Jeremy Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show as for taking my call German what's up a couple years back received inheritance some of those mutual funds and somebody will stocks you're using this as an excuse to go home you see the difference in that raised me because my father passed away now so that's that's the difference that's what I'm talking about so thing to do with money because your your food and your clothing and your housing is furnished your so stay bass don't party and put all your money in the account roughly now it's twelve thousand mutual funds and about five thousand stocks My wife and I are on baby step number two we've got twenty you will only pay taxes on what has gone up since you got the money is roughly four thousand dollars is what the it has gone up consigned heritage okay and so you might have a thousand dollars in taxes okay something like that that'd be the most so if you catch it out you know Holler it's worth the time you inherited it up to now is what is taxable and so there's zero tax on anything that you inherited at the time so that's the home yeah I completely stopped after all my bills and I can put away around four hundred dollars paycheck I'm sticking around like angle a counter or something of that work if it's just a simple stock account of simple mutual fund account your basis for tax purposes what it was worth when you inherited it all that and just pile it on the desk snowball all over the stock mutual funds okay am I gonNa have significant tackling that comes tax time go have them look at the what's called the basis your basis as your market value at the time of inheritance and the change in basis from that time I'm not gonna be the inherited IRA I don't believe so I think they said it was the same inherited stock account it is your income and we're trying to get your income back because right now it's committed to other people sounds like that ugly woman deal but hey thanks for the call appreciate it we'll check your tax guy and I'd set aside the thousand bucks but yes we cash out everything that is not retirement I got a basically this is this is October okay so I mean you gotTa Ctober November and December check to work with and you really don't have any the time I'm able to go back I should have around sixteen hundred so you go there you go now we're thinking the right way and you might even crunch down a little bit further let's sit down far as you can't you shouldn't loan crisis that were currently in will listen up today. The rates on splash financial are the lowest they've been all year I like splash because you don't have to consolidate your student loans you can refinance your high rate loans individually and still keep them as part of the debt snowball this right drop means that uh they'll remake your blinds for free site wide savings is happening right now plus take an additional five percents off blinds dot com slash Ramsey. Guess you probably can if you want to but I wouldn't I do have the cash to pay for this not in retirement good I would not buy a car no no no Brian is with us in Saint Joe Missouri. Hey Brian how are you can use it on baby step two because we're getting out of debt so that we can build wealth because most powerful wealth-building tool is not listen if you take the things that have wheels and motors in your life and you add them all up together in the equal more than half your annual income you have too much tied up in things that are going to great how are you sir better than I deserve what's up well I am I am just like lost I am house and back child support and legal fees from the divorce which is about forty thousand actually it's about forty five which is on a fifteen year payment and I have two roommates that live with me and make my payment can I buy a fifty five thousand dollars truck it's a good idea to check your rate again to see how low your rate can go check out splash financial dot com slash Ramsey that's splash down in value and if you were to ask twenty fifty eight-year-old millionaires and lady that's how this works you can do this you got it man this is the Dave Ramsey show I and a big time eviction notice served right there just tack it to her forehead right there there we go you are leaving the building a disabled veteran I make a seventeen hundred dollars a month I o seventy grand in Joel Dot com slash Ramsey see millionaires if you should buy this truck twenty of them would tell you now twenty six years old making ninety six grand you're getting ready to pay fifty five grand for a truck and what's it worth ten thousand I bought a shack a shanty live in Gotcha okay breath if you have student loan debt and you're part of the one point six trillion dollars today's question comes from Justin and Arkansas twenty six years old to make ninety six thousand two hundred dollars wow then we that I have is my house of injuries yeah sound like you took a serious hit their I'm sorry thank you okay I'm I'm proud of my service disability regardless of the source of the disability is to try to think through not what I can't do which is pretty automates taking some of yours student loans and so we have to kick the ugly woman out old of the woman get to the curb that's the plant was Sallie Mae we went out we is the nature of your disability Sir I had PTSD I have a displaced Vertebra and my back so I can no longer do my maintenance job that I used to and my leg was cut off and put back together because awesome and I don't know how to dig my way out of it when I need some outlets do you own your home nine thousand okay sorry I'm sure that I'll make a whole lot more money now than I was making before but I don't know where to start when did you when did you start and he was making a hundred thousand dollars a year profit I mean isn't that just sounds silly doesn't it you know and there's something like that lots of lots of online opportunities and so forth I was reading a story the awhile back actually put it in one of my books and this is not the answer but just thinking about so you're way ahead of me on this so really I think where you are today is you're going to tread water until you finish some of your game plan here to get your income up I don't know what it is for you but you've got something in your background something in your history something even out your windshield that you've just thought about and I your tech classes about a year ago okay so you've got a bachelor's this is a different bachelor's our question today comes from blinds dot com they have a one hundred percents satisfaction guarantee that means even if you miss measure or you picked the wrong color I use your mind injure voice and not your back right in in order to create some kind of an income stream and that's why I'm thinking about that and you know just in talking to you you know you are having a fine conversation so there's no reason you can't dollars thousand dollars a month to start with a couple thousand dollars over time added to your income wow it would be absolutely incredible hey thanks for the call and again thank you for your service if I can help you further us I can no longer do what I used to do two more years but what I don't know is okay once I get my obvious in this case but what I can do because you're not going to change my career's yeah your problem is income intimidated by it and can't fix it for beans and so we need guys like you and the guys like me and so that's what I'm saying and but if you saw people's technology problems most people there's two types of people people that love technology and know about it and the rest of us that and why was it that you got excited about doing this it wasn't what you weren't excited about Oh i get to do a budget yea oh I might have to ready dramatically if you wanted to then you certainly could begin to make arrangements on the legal fees and that kind of stuff that you've got hovering over you but I mean a couple thousand but she's reluctant I was just wondering she said that basically she was watching me and see how it goes so my question is how do I get her on board and so you know there's something like that that you probably could do that that you know I've got a buddy that's ex military thank you got real opportunity there so I think you start side-hustle now because a thousand dollars a month starts really beat on some of this stuff and you you know you could change your living situation got some knowledge and technology now yes sir so while you're in school you can start a side hustle just helping people with some of their technology needs there you go that's exactly the kind of thing building them out from people in that kind of thing and you know and it's just something because of his military background he loved that thing and I'm a gun guy too so that's where I got that like most of your problems would if you could just make a thousand dollars a month more it change everything for you I'm going to school for it oh good why then the what we're going to do changes completely but you know you turn off the television you put the kids in bed you look deep I just thought are listening to your show actually on Sunday they just asked And I mean I brought it to my wife attention the whole idea to kind of tell you how wild it is out here on the world today the sky was going going to garage sales and buying a golf clubs and shining them up and putting them on Ebay and one of these landing a job or whether it's just landing Assad Hustle and you just run around self-employed helping small businesses with their computers or whatever I don't know back to two weeks ago before you ever heard any of this material and then start to think about okay first time you heard that what was it that you felt in the lobby of Ramsey Solutions who's just I is an absolute fabulous become an absolute fabulous gunsmith he loves tinkering with guns and putting them back together some stuff I might have to work extra gay none of that is exciting but what became exciting to you was that you could a get control league at the Stress Down Dan you ought to be we're proud of you thank you sir for your unbelievable sacrifice Sean well what I would always tell anyone that is facing I really want us to work together towards that and I want to try this and get the going rather than sit down and go well and why they would want to do something ask them why they'd want to do it and if your spouse could understand why if you can get on the same page of the why why why oh you don't call me anytime okay Ruben is with us in New York Hi Reuben how are you I'm surroundings Ramsey how are you better than I deserve what's up the interaction saying baby this is very very important to me I really really need your help really want us to work together on this if you have any kind of marriage at all when you say something like that you can get a positive response this is the Dave Ramsey show I in your range of income during that time I started out at fifty thousand and then I'm in the mid seventies I picked up a second job towards the end of my baby step two so other whatever you're GonNa do because people just don't win with money when they're dragging reluctant spouse along so couple things you can do number one unique to think yeah well welcome to a debt free scream how much should be paid off I paid off sixty thousand how long did this take it took me about three years happened to be able to a guy your financial piecing together yeah I think that's GonNa be necessary she can't watch you from the sidelines the two of you have to do it together live from the headquarters of Ramsey solutions broadcasting from a dollar car rental studios at the Dave Ramsey show where debt is dumb cash is she says we can't go out to eat anymore Dave Ramsey show your car that you just GonNa turn my name into a cuss word in your house and don't do that doesn't work at all but you've got to talk to folks about city start to win with money d start to build some wealth you know these kinds of wise and so I would sit down with her and say Gosh I'm been kind of dreaming what you to think with me how would it feel if we didn't have any payments how would it feel if we had substantial money and investments Komo L. L. How are you I'm good how are you doing this report so I live here Nashville I'm originally from Kansas though Ooh what do you do for a living I'm an accountant I'm a CPA goal what's the second job so I kind of just did a part time thing at the Ymca didn't earn a lot but it kept me out of trouble it kept me the stores target yeah target gets older that kind of trump all right what kind of debt was the six Ramsey show this episode is over but check the episode notes for links to products and services you've heard about during this episode thanks for listening wouldn't have had an emergency fund in place that was so important that I had that was so helpful to me it made this terrible situation that I was in so my dad is a farmer in Kansas and in the summertime I would drive tractor and combine and all you have out in the fields is the radio the minimum and I picked it back up and was able to pay everything off but you know I'm so thankful that I was working your plan because I probably went to Kansas State University I moved to Kansas City so it took me a couple of months to get established but then I jumped right in I started paying off my debt and then I kind of hit didn't even have a cell phone back then and so you know I would listen to FM radio and you learn quickly that they play the same songs over and over again so then being for the best and I saw how much I owed and it was terrifying because I knew what my starting salary was going to be and I owed more than my one exit counseling with your financial aid and as terrible as it sounds I didn't really know what that final number was going to be so I was kind of just doing my exit counseling your salary so I saw that and I saw my monthly payments and then I saw all these different payment plans and I'm an accounting so I knew the interest was going to add little bit of a bump in the road about a year into the process I was in a motorcycle accident and so I had to hit pause on the baby steps for about six to eight months quickly and yeah it was just it was very scary but I knew about the baby step so I just decided that's the route I was gonna take about the rabbitohs from yes good excellent excellent excellent so what happened three years ago when you got out of school yes so I graduated and when you graduate they require that you do learned about am and I could switch to an listen to talk radio so listen to FM in the morning and then I'd switched the Dave Ramsey show from one to four nice little three hour I would probably say like twelve or thirteen or something like that yeah and I have two older sisters and they did the same thing so yeah you learn how to work so I actually listened to the Dave Ramsey show when I was like in junior high and high school age and natural peace baby now kind of more manageable so I'm just so grateful that I followed the plan and had that set aside you know it's very important vehicles in the story yeah good for you yeah so how does it feel now that you did this it feels amazing it's it's the best feeling in the world kind of been in on the loop biggest cheerleader probably my sisters I have two older sisters and they are also working the plan and they're working on paying off the when all the stuff yes I did I talked about the plan constantly I was probably annoying throughout the process just talking about Dave Ramsey but yes I've everyone was that we yes my dad's farmer so yeah we would drive combine cut the wheat and after that we'd have to work the fields over drove that combine by just so beneficial to me yeah you just have to focus on yourself the original says love your life not they're exactly where to go twenty eight twenty eight another one of these Rockstar millennials all the time very well done very cool so you tell your dad and your mom Dan pursuing my master's degree while living at home so I've been able to finish my education debt free but now that I'm finishing school in December I'm looking for Lake and listen to talk radio and then switch back to fm so it was just a nice school it was a nice little break in the day strange New Vision now necessarily but six months or a year anyway I'm assuming you're completely debt free completely debt free and you have your emergency fund so I work in federal HR consulting what are you doing now federally consulting Yeah Yeah What do you tell people the key to getting out of dish I would say you know obviously the budget you have to tell me where to go but I also think just being content with yeah well done all right L. is in Nashville sixty thousand dollars paid off in three years this is a motorcycle riding combine drive and a student loans right now so now they've seen me pay them off and you know they'll be next so we kind of cheered each other on throughout the process yes all done very good and beyond that how much do you have saved towards your house I've got about thirty thousand of the bank right now go awesome what do you do for a living Monroe I'm telling you count it down let's hear a debt free scream three two one amazing very well done yes then get any better. Roi Madison is with us in Atlanta High Madison. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey what you have that was such a big thing throughout this process is just learning to be content with what I had and not focusing on what's on social media and what everyone else is doing that was Yeah yes you grew up on a farm you learn how to work and you learn how to drive early that's very cool all right so this is drilled in your head you come out we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired that's the next chapter in your story to be a millionaire you're on your way you know the numbers you can do this it's very very doable. Yeah fifteen year fixed rate mortgage this is the Dave Ramsey show it might actually inform you know what you have in the apartment or don't have in the apartment that you rent and where it's located you might be frustrated with the driving a combine how tuning in the radio as you're out here Gettin getting some oh we got a picture of it the way to go absolutely show hi Dave thanks taking my call sure what's up so I'm twenty five years old and since I graduated college I've been working fulltime and accounting you get the degree you look up go gosh we're that yes so maybe steps I got a guy from the radio then what happened well I just jumped right into it I so good for you very well done yeah you've got a lot of money I mean you can buy if you want to I don't mind in your case you got so much money and you've done the young Adrian is in Hattiesburg Mississippi I Adrian how're you thank you for taking my call sure what's up Sir Our scripture today proverbs eighteen fifty an intelligent part acquired here's knowledge and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge anyone who stops learning is old Henry as you didn't realize you were going to be frustrated with which would tell you which what to have in the House that you buy you might make a better more informed decision on the house what you'd learn by renting for that Short Period Ford said whether at twenty or eighty anyone who keeps learning stays young the greatest thing in life is to keep your mind Rian Clear Creek and you don't have any overhead you live with your parents true I do pay my fair share and that's your degree was in charge of your Grad work you did no actually an English major thought about going to law school wasn't necessarily the path of AH starting away on that load and so I'm just curious if you'd recommend renting for a while and John Getting my feet wet being amount again year okay so basically what we're saying is ten thousand dollars out of forty thousand makes you debt free and owning both of these things they motorcycle has three owed on it and it's worth what it's worth about forty five okay so fifteen hundred dollars an equity in the car has pillow or if I should sell it as the value that it has and put that towards my car to just knock out all my dad right away you know so three hundred okay show that's thirty six hundred dollars a year that you're paying them and thirty six hundred and the time probably would actually probably gonna try that but it's no it's no problem by all the guidelines if you want to buy but do you have that is it okay and what's your household income current still with my parents bring home about forty and ten thousand dollars worth of that will be thirteen thousand six hundred out of forty thousand what I'm doing here you feel in these numbers two thousand dollars thousand dollars a month six months fifteen hundred a month is four months what's your take-home pay but that's going to require you do nothing else but pay on there right now life now here's the question I have about five else okay all right so you pay some bills out for your parents I mean you give them some money how much money do you give them a month around gator get her done this is the Dave Ramsey show thank you for joining US America Casey is in Des Moines. Hi Casey how are you good housing in saving oh well then I would pay I'd pay off if you're GONNA keep motorcycle I pay it off today I would pay on the car down two thousand which kind of says to me you should be able to pay off both of these things in six or eight months if he kept them both but you're GONNA have to not party on the weekends and pay freaking dead trigger job you're only twenty five I might take six months and just kind of get it you know take a six month lease somewhere and just kind of get settled in the you know you start thinking about okay or or buying a house is the money that I've been able to say from a little bit unless it was a very unusual situation I mean not not a longtime gene and and saving I'm do I take that step plan and pay it off towards one of those debts or do I invest that into a Roth IRA off a matz about two okay so fifteen hundred a month three hundred a mom and dad two hundred for spending money and you're done in my question is just started on the the baby steps of get my thousand dollars set aside and I'm trying to work hard as candlemas snowball and currently I have I believe I was maybe I don't I think it's them making a deposit into self-employed pension plan on your behalf I don't think they give you the money I mean not in a retirement account and you throw it at your debt snowball and so I'm GonNa pay off the car today and I'm GonNa pay a big chunk on the

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Bullet Points | The secrets to getting motivated

The Emma Guns Show

23:20 min | 3 months ago

Bullet Points | The secrets to getting motivated

"Hi friends michael phelps here are you overwhelmed by twenty four seven time with the kids or perhaps you feel all alone. Do yourself worrying too much or struggling to sleep. We're not just living through pandemic. We're also living through an unprecedented mental health crisis. Now might be the time to talk to a licensed therapist gotta talk space dot com to get started today. Talks therapy for all. Get one hundred dollars off your first month of talk space therapy with coupon one hundred for you. Hey it's your delivered package on your doorstep freezing my cardboard flaps off. While you're lounging in bali with key by amazon in garage delivery i could be safe and snug in your garage. Just link your mike you account with key by amazon and hit free in garage delivery amazon prime checkout get your garage door mike you connected with the mike you smart garage control for twenty nine dollars. Use promo code key thirty for thirty dollars credit. 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The roots makes a great gift for yourself or someone special to learn more go to khaneh dot com and search the doctor all in one dry brush. Now hello and welcome to another episode of the emma gun show and a bullet points mini show in this episode. I wanted to talk about something. I've been asked about a lot in my on social media and it's a question. I can completely understand why people are asking and why they are asking. Now why you. My most excellent listeners are asking now and it's all about motivation and more specifically how to get motivated. Now if you follow me on instagram and you can find me. That as emerson's then you'll know that most mornings i will start the day with an instagram story. So say good morning and wang on a little bit and explain that i'm about to do a workout. Those of you. Who are familiar will know that. I exercise in my living room for the most part with yoga mat. A set of five k. Dumbbells and a ten k. kettlebells. That's my kid it's it. I also have a super bowl and some sliders consists lighters from a random trip to tk maxx because he doesn't get a little bit seduced in the fitness section and they were only about three pounds one thousand nine but anyway but in the main. It's just me my weight and my yoga mat some days. I use the weight some days. I don't and i share these little videos in the morning. Because every time i do someone move reply and say that it got out of bed put a pep in their step or made them think about doing something positive for themselves. Whether that was exercise will go for a walk or something else but it's also because it creates a a small bond of accountability between me and you and i mean it'd be pretty weak of me to get into my gym. Get fill myself saying. Hey guys i'm about to work out and then get out of jim. Put my pajamas by cohen. And go back to bed. I'm not saying i haven't thought about doing that before. But it would be ridiculous anyway and towards the end of this summer i actually stopped doing these videos because i didn't want it to be triggering for people. Ought to look smug or to imply in any way. If you weren't getting up working out that you were doing something wrong. But i was getting messages. People saying they missed an sorry. I started doing it again. And as we have until towards the end of the year when you emerged from the excesses of the festive period to have someone tell you to embrace the new year when the new then it can feel is that you suddenly have to get into a completely different head space whether it's become a gym. Bunny start running or begin to eat differently. All of which. It's something that you want to do requires motivation and that leads to the question. I asked most. How do you motivate yourself to work out but first of all. I just want to quickly address the new year new. You mentor that. Banded about every flipping january. I hate it. I loathe it. It's lazy. it's unhelpful and unnecessary. And somebody's magazines. They would always be the new year new you concept or you'd get their release it sort of end of november and tips for new year new nonsense absolute nonsense. Do you think the rock thinks. I need to twenty pounds of pure muscle for my next role but damage thursday afternoon. So it's not the right time. I'll have to come back with us on monday morning. Of course he doesn't so this idea that an e program has to start on a monday or on the first or in january is in my opinion a complete and utter nonsense so let's disregard this idea of new year new you right because really if you're looking for motivation for anything goal oriented whether that's fitness health or otherwise then it's about a shift that happens in your mind in my opinion not about push up oppress iran squat a burpee or one single workout. And if i'm being very very honest. I've sort of circled around this podcast for a few weeks now knowing that i wanted to do it but also i just have to be really honest. I find it a very difficult topic to talk about. Because for years. I've looked motivated from the outside and indeed i've done a lot of things that are motivated person would do. But i was rarely achieving the rather nebulous goal. I had set myself which was of losing weight because i was attempting to achieve something by only using one approach which is exercise. And i also know that this subject she went about body image is such an emotional one and it doesn't matter how good ones intention is to put out something that might be helpful even me and the reason why i hate new year new year's because i used to find it so triggering because i was looking at it through the emotional filter a feeling not good enough all of my garbage and junk emotional detritus that was affecting me. I was looking all of those things and therefore found it quite negative experience because of my own baggage and even if somebody said something with good intention i might have seen it through a filter. I found it triggering so i do find a little bit difficult to talk about and i just hope that you know. This isn't meant to be. Triggering is really honestly meant to be helpful. And the only reason i'm focusing on fitness is because that's thing that i'm asked about the most and so it feels like It feels like it's worth addressing. But also all of the tips that i'm going to mention hey can be applied to any goal whether it's one that takes place in the gym or when you're working out or whether it's to deal with work or to do anything that you want to achieve to be honest and so this is my point when it comes to motivation and to know what your goal is and i can use my many many years of failure to failure to achieve my goal to understand why this is such a vital part so let's use my particular experience of weight loss in the sense of i would come at it thinking to wait. I must use exercise to do. But actually where i've been able to achieve success if you will in weight loss is took a step back from. It really looked at it and to all of the things that contributed to me being heavier than i wanted to be. And that was the only time that i was able to make any significant progress that has lost it and i know i'm using the example of weight loss of lothair. I do apologize. But it's the one. I have the most experience with an i can perhaps for the most insight into but this doesn't exclusively apply to weightless as i said so. My goal was to lose weight. And i used exercise as a blunt instrument with which to beat myself and the objective. But as i've discussed lengthier on the poco my issues with weight or a variety of things including emotional eating many many things mental blocks whatever and a thirty minute session. Can't sort out your emotions or anything like that. But i was able to take step back. Look at the bigger picture and make tweaks and a lotta varies of my life. In order to achieve my goal of not being at of being at a weight that made me unhappy at uncomfortable potentially unhealthy the long term. That really worries me. This look different for everyone. But there is an opportunity to sit down and create something whether it's writing down a mind map or just listing the things that might be standing between you and your goals and then work from there to try and put something in place. It will be helpful to you to try and achieve it in another thing. I wanted to say about goals here while we're talking about setting them. If you find that anything you're describing a goal is preceded by the words should then definitely look at it. I don't like to talk in definitive absolutes team much but this is one more. I feel confident in saint joe's to have a just take another look at that. Just come back to it and take a look at again. Because i've come to find the word should give because actually there's a hint actually should to me has a hint of not wanting to do something about it if it's a should i have to explore a little bit more thinking about it. Think about all the things so you might use the word. Should i should clean the bathroom. I should take the bins. I should do that admin. I should go and apologize these things that you might not necessarily want to do. I know finding your y common expression in the landscape of self improvement. But i do think it pays to ask why you want to achieve that goal and often. When it's should it's it's not always your goal. I remember for a long time that the fact is that. I want to lose weight. I want to lose weight is because a lot of people who weren't me. We're telling me i should lose what you should lose weight and it was a negative so as i really i should. I should lose weight earn. It wasn't my goal. My goal looks like how it sounded. I had to take a look back and really see what my goal was. And if you if you take a step back from it and you've asked whether it's your goal while you want it. Then we i guess the next thing to ask yourself is if you're prepared to do more than you're already doing to achieve it so that's my first point about tapping into motivation. The second tip is brilliant brilliant quote from motivational expert. Jim rome. that's how you say. His name jim- agent. If you're looking him up that says you while the average of the five people you spend the most time with and in my experience i would say. That's absolutely true now. Given the car lockdown restrictions is not necessarily possible to be with people and therefore be inspired by them but i think it can be achieved even if somewhat diluted virtually and this is how you can be inspired and stay inspired and stay in that head space of motivation and if your goal is as it is for me to get on a workout program or work on your fitness. Then funny people on instagram. Who put out good responsible. An expert content on the subject for me. It will come as no surprise because time but for me. These people are chief. Among all of the really good ones are living and jillian michaels. The content they share isn't about showing off caught ads looking great in jim gail. Or they both do. Of course or posing to look their fittest and leanest their entire. Their entire. output is about sharing accurate and up-to-date content. That will help you achieve your fitness goals. Simple and crucially. They are both qualified. So you can be confident in what they are saying what they are doing and what they are guiding you towards and. I think that's really really important. It's very easy if you go into instagram. you can. You can type in fitness into the fit spo tag search engine and you can see people who look unachievable really fit and lean and when i say unachievable i mean for a they might be working out excessive amount or they might just have that particular type of body type. It's not really something that everybody could necessarily achieve. What i really like about alice and jillian is it. They're both very much. This is how to get to the best version of you and that's probably another thing when it comes to fitness. Don't unrealistic expectations on yourself. I've never had my lower abs of never really up there stood there. they've been hibernating for a really really long time. So i actually cut them a bit of a break and i work on them but i just is too hard if i don't see any progress because might well. I'm never going to look like that girl who has a very very low rise pair of jeans. Who's got the eight-pack that's not me and i'm cool with that. I think i might genuinely. I've got over that that thing. I want to say about motivation. Achieving your goals or at least being on the path towards a goal. Because you're go might change while you're on that journey is don't put a lot of fluff around it and by this. I mean this idea of having all the gear and no idea the same workout at the same intensity will have the same benefits if you do it in a t shirt and boxer shorts as it would if you did it. In the latest fitness fashion gear that would would survive a trip to mercury back on some nasa. Spaceship awesome elon. Musk droid or whatever from the most designer of design a workout ranges have to be wearing a certain bit of kit or a in the latest. Who knows what in order for this to to work is what drove say and it's really easy to focus on the discomfort of working out on the difficulty. You have to push through when you exercise to make progress. It's true some workouts will beat the crap out of you leave feeling completely spent or completely uncoordinated and as though you're not making any progress. I mean that's kind of the nature of workout. Sometimes like they really beast you. I'm currently using gillian. Mike was app. And i can tell you. There is some exercises in there. That i just can't do or i do them and it feels like i'm doing them wrong so i began to slow down. I think i'll maybe. I'll just skip this one. But if every exercise came naturally to me then how would i notice the progress. And i post the same question to you. If every exercise came naturally to you then how would you notice the progress however much. I hate it when when julia says next up. Everest climbers what. I can tell you is it. After every session. I feel good. My everest climbers might look pathetic. But i'd like to think that they get a little bit better with every attempt and that's the important thing so by fluff. I mean roth Linger on the things. That i'm not good at it doesn't feel right or good at the time always remember how pumped do you feel after a. I always remember how good you feel when you've set a goal and achieved even if one and this is a really good place to say. Don't give yourself a hard time about it. I have spent a lot of the time. A lot of time aviators over the years bullying myself to work out a really vicious in monologue actually wipe rated myself and labeled myself as useless. If i didn't work out. This is no good. You don't need to be your drill sergeant. Approach your goal with kindness and approach yourself with kindness number four. Set yourself up for success. And there's a little bit of crossover between this and the previous. But i think it's worth repeating. I love me some dopamine and every time we as animals reach a goal or achieve something we set on two we get a lovely dose of dopamine which is the positive neurotransmitter that plays a role in how we feel pleasure. So you might hear about a lot when people talk about smartphone addictions every time. You get a notification. You get ahead of dave mean. The same is true when you do a workout. When you achieve a goal you get a little get a little release that mean it makes you feel good so if you're setting a goal make sure that there are lots of little stops along the way why you can get a dose dopamine to keep you going rather than wait for the big old. The big dose of dave mean at the end. When you eat show goal so you saw the little goes along the way you get nice little and i said well dose every now and again so for example i know a lot of youth in dams have been asking about running about couch to five k. And how you're going to do that to running speed up etc if your goal is to run a five k in thirty minutes or less just a very decent and respectable pace the make sure you give yourself a pat on the back when you achieve the smaller goals along the way. So whether that's your fosters kilometer your steadier pace your fosters three k. Any of those things. Note them down. Keep a tab so you're not gonna get ahead of dopamine every time you cross one off but you have a visual of the progress you'll making because you might also like a notification on the smartphone. Get a little bit of a hit of dopamine when you see the visual process whether it's on a piece of paper or are you that i have done for longtime to measure my fitness. I use an apple watch and every now and again. I'll just go into my apple. Watch app says today. What is my fitness. Look about that. Thirty one minutes of exercise completed. And i get a little. I get a little little hit is. It's really rather nice. My fifth tip. This is perhaps the one that might sound the most unhelpful but will reap the most reward. It's to stick with it. It's been proven that consistency is arguably the most important component when trying to achieve a goal both in and out of the gym without consistency programs. All on organiz. The body has a hard time adapting and forming habits may be more challenging and one of the easiest ways to set yourself up for consistency is to have a program in place. That's why i'm a big fan of using apps so for most of this year this wasn't using it but for most of this year i would sit down and every two months i would write out three workouts one of the lower body one for the upper body. One for the call and i used others. Living's instagram feed as my inspiration. Look at her exercises. And think. Well if i do those circuits. Then that's going to hurt my lower body and that's going to be a that's gonna make one workout and then i would do the same upper body and call and i just made a shed your web. I i did one of those. I did each of those once a week. And that was the pressure that i put myself but because i done the our sitting at my computer going through ellison be writing it down in in a word document printing off. That was the hard work that that was. How i guarantee myself consistency. Put it in my clipboard. Stick it in my living room. And then every day. When i'd go and i feel like today is a yoga is a lower body day price. Nobody day today. And i already had everything in place. I didn't really have too much thinking. By the end of those two months. I always stood on autopilot and really really felt that i really really felt like i didn't have to think about it. A work at it felt very very easy it felt yep always obviously. I'm going to going to work out this morning. Because it's all defa me. All i have to do with actually do it. A program this means guesswork. You can also create a program where you'll making progress whether that's by increasing intensity increasing white etc. So you know if you're consistent and you follow the plan you will get closer to achieving your goal and again that just means that you've got to assess up in your mind that i've got this program and if i follow it then unless i do something really bizarre i should be much much closer to my goal at the end of whatever period of time that particular program is set over so i hope that that has been a helpful guide of five tips that i think can be a ways of really getting. You're getting feeling motivated for whatever that goal might be. I know we focused exclusively on sickness. And i've talked about my own weight. Loss goals. it doesn't have to be about fitness. doesn't have to be about weight loss. But i hope that they at least If you are feeling like you want to tap into your motivation. Right now whether i like new year new you or not the factors that in the last week. December is everywhere. And i think we've discussed this muscle memory of thinking. I should probably go to the gym on the first of january or similar. So am if your head is taken there and you want to approach 2021 motivated but motivated in away way we go setting yourself up for success and i hope that those tips have helped if you would like to get in touch with me and you know how much i love it. Please don't hesitate to email me at the beauty podcasts at gmail.com or you can me on instagram and twitter. I am at amazon's if you want to speak to me and thousands of other listeners of this podcast then please don't be shy. Go to the show notes which can be found wherever it is that you're streaming and downloading this episode and click the link to join the facebook for that. Awesome questions that you have to answer. I doing that. You agree to the form rules just so we just say we know that we're on the same page and then you will be welcomed with open arms and honestly i can't wait see there. There have been some lovely supportive and very helpful. Conversations happening in their recent especially over the christmas period with a lot of people are spending christmas Perhaps not in the way they expected and the support that i've seen great has been absolutely beautiful. So please do join us because we would love to see that. Thank you so much for this. I will see you on the next day Hi friends michael phelps here are you overwhelmed by twenty four seven time with the kids or perhaps you feel all alone. 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DASAS Spotlight 2: Licensed Master Social Worker and On-Staff Therapist Elizabeth Alderson

I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship

35:30 min | 1 year ago

DASAS Spotlight 2: Licensed Master Social Worker and On-Staff Therapist Elizabeth Alderson

"I don't need help. I'm not in an abusive relationship. This is just how it is for us. It's a lie we tell ourselves one that many in abusive relationships repeats until they believe it but there's hope welcome to i'm not in in an abusive relationship a podcast about surviving domestic and sexual violence. This show is about hope you will hear from survivors of abuse. Their stories may sound familiar. They may even inspire hope our goal is to connect with others in these toxic relationships to offer that hope and was supporters of our mission anyone willing to help get rid of abuse use our culture we also talk with the experts in the field from the officers in the front lines of domestic abuse calls to the therapist and advocates helping survivors navigate this complicated road of recovery. If you're in need of help please visit our website or call our twenty four seven hotline eight hundred eight two eight two zero the three and at this is an emergency and you need help immediately. Please call nine one one welcome to. I'm not in an abusive relationship with your host. Claudia pause halls welcome once again to i'm not in an abusive relationship and some of our interviews have been with survivors and and those who work with them today. We're talking with liz alderson. Who's been with databases for lots of years so about seven years right now. That's great welcome to the show today and thank you for all that you have done with and for davis and we're gonna rather than an us us into or talk about individual stories of of survivors which we will continue to do but today we're gonna talk to liz just about working four days us with basis and how you get to interact with survivors victims how whatever stage they happen to be in by also oh you yourself and how you got involved in basis to. Maybe that's where we'll start. Tell us about liz all right so <hes>. I guess what you wanna hear i about me. What drew me to the work or what specifically brought me to davis. Wherever you wanna start well i guess i'll start at the beginning that and so i went to a private religious school growing up and for senior year <hes> they did a senior exit project and sos combined with our religion class. Asan are english class. We had to do something that was based in the community that brought social justice to today's world and social justice that impacted the future future generations what a great project yeah and i still vividly remember this story in an article that we read that our english teacher gave us and it was about this village and this is how they told us what social justice was and so a village lived was by the river and one day after many years of this village existing a dead body came down the river and so they gathered dead body and they paid their respects that didn't know who who it was but they had a funeral service and that kind of stuff and they just then went about their day and then this continued to happen for several days new person would come down and they would do the same thing and then at some point. There were several bodies that were there one day and eventually benchley the village had to decide. Do we continue to take these people out of the river and pay our respects to them and bury them or do we eventually one day. Go up the river and find out why people are dying and that was their choice of social justice that social justice is traveling up the river to see why people are dying. Oh what a great analogy. That's terrific yeah so i was seventeen eighteen when i heard that and i was like that's what i wanna do i wanna travel up river and figure out why people are hurt. Why people are i heard him. And what can i do to help those hurting people before you have to bury them before you yes yes so that drew me to my bachelor's slurs degree in psychology <hes> because i thought that's what you needed to help people so that's what it is one thing to help people yeah so that's what i did and then <hes> i went back for my masters in social work <hes> because i learned that in many areas of helping people <hes> you need a masters degree to be able to counseling and therapy and some just the advanced work that i wanted to do i was content with having a bachelor's degree in helping people at that level of work but my a real dream and desire in my early twenty s was to provide therapy and counseling with people and so i knew that needed a master's degree in that and what drew me from psychology into social work. Was that social justice piece that in the program i could go where i wanted to go and do whatever i wanted to do that. It was a very lake variable program that there are you know masters level social workers in all fields of life doing all different kinds of things and so if i got got tired of one population could go somewhere else and do something else and so i liked that because at i think i was like twenty one twenty two when i started my my master's program. I didn't really know what i wanted to do and where i wanted to go and including <hes> when i started at dc as an intern in my my master's program i didn't know what i wanted to do. My application was like i don't wanna work with people i want to help. People and i want to create change in a group but to me. It didn't matter really what that group was. I was very interested in substance use. I knew a lot of people growing up that <hes> that had difficulty with substance use and i saw the how that impacted their family and their friends and how how that person could go and get help and change but if they came back and their family and community hadn't changed with them that it was very difficult for that person to stay in that like new changed rate right and so i really liked that and so a lot of my study <hes> in undergrad like i have a minor minor in lake substance abuse services kind of thing. I'm so very interested in how that like kinda tied to people <hes>. I think that's it shows that in our society like it's a very big topic people talk about it but also like very similar to domestic violence and sexual abuse many people today. If you were to think of five people in your life you know someone. It's very likely you know someone who has who has struggled with an addiction or substance or even gambling or or anything like that they've they've dealt with an addiction and <hes> and so it was really real in in the world that i grew up in. I'm very needed. I mean therapy along along those lines so all of this bright you as an intern i yesterday says yes so at the time one of the i was <hes> <hes> going to a church and saint joe county <hes> back in two thousand and thirteen and <hes> a staff member from daisuke acis came to the church chew and <hes> did a presentation before the service <hes> thinking church for its donation to the shelter and today's agency on that we'd regularly bring them food and they have a bread ministry outreach to lead mostly bread but sometimes food and just other supplies that they needed and that kind of stuff and so jesus had come to the church just so that the rest of the congregation knew kind of what the church was supporting and they the throughout that whole month multiple different communities came and kinda shared what the church was doing <hes> but that presenter talked about basis and let's shelter and domestic violence and sexual abuse and i was <hes> engaged at the time and attending my now husbands church and knew i needed to find an internship in saint joe county and so i was like this is great because they didn't know where to apply for internships and i didn't really know anything about the county that well and i was like oh my gosh. This sounds great. I think i would learn a lot there and so sometimes you're put in the right place at the right time yes and so i went back to my field instructor kind of the person who would send out our applications to places and i was like i found this place. Is this somewhere i could enter and she he was like yeah. We've never partnered with them before but i gave them are. I gave my instructor <hes> the website and email and she contacted the executive director. At the time who received my application. I went for an interview <hes> was accepted as an intern and so then in september of two thousand thirteen i started my internship at jesus and <hes> at all started there. I told them in the very beginning i'd like i had done internships in my psychology. Oh gee program but didn't really see them as like similar to what does and so i was like. I don't know anything like i just i. I still kinda say that a lot like i don't know like it's you know i just i can roll with it. I'm like let's i'm always ready to be a learner and so i came in just ready to learn everything that jesus does everything they did and how they looked at survivors and their community <hes> and so that's where it started. I didn't internship unshipped <hes> primarily in the shelter over like a whole year i did <hes> we were required to do like just under a thousand hours of an internship so that's so i did mostly in the shelter <hes> and then i also lead support group and worked outside of the shelter. <hes> i helped with some fundraisers bruce i helped <hes> with presentations did a lot of kind of just like anything they needed. I was willing to do but most of my time was spent in the shelter with survivors survivors and their children <hes> doing all kinds of advocacy work with them <hes> and has day suspended to continue to support interns. I mean have they've been able to continue working with interns. Yes yes so i was <hes> the first master's level in turn that they had had <hes> either ever in or in quite weil and then after my internship <hes> another we had another intern that was masters level social worker <hes> we had another one and another one john has billowed from there and then since being the therapist at davis since two thousand seventeen <hes> i think we've had not all all master's level but we've had i've supervised like eight or nine in terms of the past two and a half almost three years yeah so now interns but what a gift today's us to be able to to have some you know folks of this quality be able to come in and know what they're doing really benefit themselves and learn i mean kind of like student teaching sort lord of which would be a similar experience but to have the folks that they're working with benefit from them as well. That's amazing. Yes yes is amazing and i always joke with <hes> one of the staff who i did a lot of my internship under <hes> dep hackworth and she's obviously still on staff because she spoke with me here on the podcast before we always joke back and forth. I had to pay to be an intern to pay for college credit. You know it's a company an intern so i spent several thousands of dollars in college credit and the ability to be an intern so daze's kind of looks through that lens it interns because deb and i do a lot of the work with the interns turns that lake we value so much would interns bring to the organization because one they're working for free which is amazing to. They're putting in hundreds of hours. I mean master's level no matter what their degree is. They're looking at nine hundred you know so that's a ton of time and that's away from their family. It's unpaid. They're traveling at their own accord record. You know some of them live locally some don't and but then the wealth of knowledge and they bring the current research. They're doing in school what they're learning in school. They keep us relevant all that kinda anna stuff and then it's like oh yeah and they are paying whatever institution they're going to for these credits that were receiving like how how cool is that who who else comes the daisies and pays to be a part of days right exactly and any kind of a of an occupation that ah has an internship processing medical doctors which is years and years and they're not making any money in their fount of knowledge of everything that they've learned hi. It's it's it's a kind of a system i guess but how else do you get that experience. If you're really going to be certified to do to therapy therapy you've got to have supervised opportunities and as well as being able to give back and all that kind of stuff yeah the whole payment routine of a of uh of an interesting <hes> dilemma sometimes right so you're still here you started as an intern and now you have a hat opportunities to really kind of of create your career basis. Yes i <hes> right after my internship. I was hired <hes> for a brief time as a part heart time residential support advocates. Let's just what we call our staff that are in the shelter <hes> and so i did it <hes> as part time i kind of filled in and for people when they would call off sick or when they'd go on vacation <hes> and then for several months i was the sexual assault advocate for saint joe <hes> in some of cass county county and so i did that <hes> and then our funding ran out for that position <hes> and so then davis was amazing gene and found a position for me back inside the shelter and so <hes> some people were retiring at that time so it made room and so because in the beginning it was like you can continue to do the sexual assault position we just want you to know that when that grant is over right will no longer have anything for you and that was really scary very a hot second <hes> and then like i said some people retired and so then i went back to the shelter as a full-time advocate in the shelter <hes> and then running support group <hes> i graduated with my masters i was still going to school while i was working in the shelter <hes> and then i was domestic violence and sexual assault advocate for cass ask in some of van buren county <hes> and then i left the organization as a paid employee <hes> and i went to do <hes> we didn't basis at the time didn't have any masters level work. You know we didn't how therapy grant at the time and although i loved day says it was. I needed a job job that <hes> in the state of michigan. I had to accumulate hours as a limited licensed master social worker before it could apply for my full license and so the work i was doing lina. Davis didn't qualify to the states level of masters level work and so i laughed davis and actually took my other dream job which was the different internship that i had had worked with severe and persistent mentally ill and chronic substance users <hes> for about almost two two years <hes> but during that time i was a volunteer for davis i was asked to be an auxiliary board member and so i did that for several several months and then i was asked if i would become a full-time <hes> board of director member at davis and so i gladly took that position and it was while while i was a board member that we received our first grant for therapy and so i applied for that and then had to resign from ryan to take the therapy musician and so <hes> i will always remember that day was my birthday and our executive director at the time called me and she goes <hes>. I just want to let you know that i'm gonna need you to resign in so i instantly thought i didn't get the position and i was like that's okay because yes i loved acis and what jesus does and i'm happy with being a board of directors member and then she goes from the board because i want you as my therapist and i was like okay and then she also. Can you know you like you start january first. I was like my birthday is like right around christmas so i was like <hes>. Can i start tuesday tuesday because like from that from the day she calls to what she wanted me to start was like two weeks and a day and i'm gonna need to tell current boss like give them a proper two weeks modus right <hes> and so yes when january twenty seventeen returned as <hes> the the first therapist that we've ever had <hes> at data so as a therapist that davis and then <hes> which is still my current role and then this year we added a second therapist so now i supervise our second therapist <hes> a the and like i said earlier the interns that kinda stuff <hes> and so yeah it's. It's if we look at all the different like micro positions that i've had yet yeah. There's there's been a lot of movement in basis. My my resume sometimes like i have a little sentence in there that explains why changed so many positions in days because if you look down got it you're like this three months that three months right year that a year and it's like funding issue right but davis has been very fortunate to have you be able to stay with us us and then also you have been able to benefit from all the different areas that you've been able to work in <hes> and bring your experience and expertise to those areas as well so so over the past several years you've been <hes> providing therapy and <hes> i'm sure learning from people all the things that they're going through and and how you can <hes> you can see the light at the end of the tunnel but the process of of helping people we'll get there so i'm sure people asked us all time. How do you not do this in your head twenty four hours a day. How can you to cope with all of the tragedies and difficulties that people are going through yeah yeah and therapy i would think right and it's funny that you ask that because is a friend of mine recently asked that <hes> this similarly had seen our shelter in the work that we did and just the the gravity of of life that we don't realize other people are living right kinda right in her face and she said the same thing. How do you not go home and cry of reading and i just looked at her just stoic and was like 'cause they have to come back. If i let this work affect me to my core like it does but i have to put that wall and that barrier of this is work and personal life has to be different. I have to remove myself if i didn't. I couldn't do this work. I would be no help to my clients. I would be in therapy. I could could be in the shelter myself if i was if this was if i viewed the world that way and a half to remove those two things and yes she was she was crying and she was just it's like. I can't believe this is what you do and you know. I kinda referred back to what she does. She works in the medical field and also q._c. death day don't you. She's like yeah but it's different i did. I was like it is you know these these women and children and men that we serve they go on living a life after they've experienced a horrific tragedy but i it also relates back to my internship and i learned this from deb and i have to give her. The credit of our shelter has the giant wooden door at at the front of it and when i put my key into that and i don't always go to the shelter now but as an intern when i walked up to the door and i rang the doorbell or i put my key in that door. That was the moment comment that i left my personal life in my car and when i walked through that would door that's when i la allowed the work that i was doing happen and so that would door still oh symbolizes that to me when i left the you know when i would leave at night to go home and i would turn around and locked the door behind me. I was leaving all of those stories all all of those people at work because i couldn't take them home with me. Rescue them and it would be no good to me or them to take them home with me and so i had to leave those people you know. I had to leave them at work. That is an interesting term that you used to you. You don't rescue them but through therapy you're giving them tools tools to save themselves or rescue themselves pretty much <hes> which is a different take them when your friend was saying well if you're trying to rescue them joe joe you have to like keep them with you the whole time so that whole approach makes so much sense and it's a lesson learned like you said over years you know it's it's funny to look back and i mean it feels like my internship was just yesterday into no that. Was you know third those two thousand thirteen so you know six years ago in a few months i will have started at jesus and in the lessons that i've learned not just how i'm a better therapist than i would have been or a better her human or a better member of society or a better advocate. I still think of myself as an advocate. I provide therapy but i'm still advocating for survivors in our world. Oh all right you know i. I'm still like come on. We can change we can be better people <hes> still advocating <hes> for people that are in chronic addiction and suffer mental wellness and have that history that we need to add all of those stigmas around who we are as people <hes> the end of the dam still an advocate. I'm still by goal. Social justice at the end of the day is why are people hurt and how can we help them. It's just i've refined that village to be something really small <hes> but it's that it's that will. It's that's what drives the work that we the work that i do and i i think the work that jesus does <hes> it's an amazing. It's an amazing and community to be a part of the way that they have taught me so much and yes that i've been at willing to give back and i still think we have i given back covi- giving back to jesus and i know i have nephews but there are still those like other people have been there longer have done better work. You know have have done different things <hes> but yeah it's amazing to see how this organization has changed and flourished and and to see to see our survivors out out in the community <hes> worlds to hear from them for some of them were call the shelter they'll be like can i call even though they're leaving and they're going to their own house. Oh so they have their own job and their own car the kind call just to check in and it's like always of course you know give the one eight hundred number or call just to check in and so it was so fun working in the shelter because because they knew what days i worked in what times i worked and they would call just to check in and be like i'm doing good and so to see them in the community or they'll come in. They'll bring donations. Let me girl again girls that i saw in two thousand thirteen. We'll come back to the shelter and be like i have you know extra you know baby formula diapers or just you know some and and so you'll see them and they're always lake you know it's it's good to see the mountain whirl right doing thing and we do because we we also get caught up in the women children and men that come back for services and so that's you know there's always that other side of the spectrum right you see them all yeah yeah. There's that heartbreak in the ones that return than there's that joy for those who had the support and so i look at the ones that return and the k- how can i help you differently. Apparently it will be better this time. How how do we help differently. How do i support differently. You know we're in this together. We're going to walk alongside you for the rest of your life. How do we how do we partner with you and support you and whatever your goals dreams desires and mark team the team at davis. I mean while you offer all of the support to those you are serving you serve each other on the team that you that day says has put together as amazing and i think a lot of that is such a self care but it's like group therapy almost going to work because you do support each other so much and enabling you then to be able to work with everyone else. Yeah we have to. I mean at the end of the day we have to ask the the gravity of the work that we do is intense and as much which is i don't want to take it home with me. I also don't want my co workers to take it home with me because i want them to have their personal lives that they deserve and have but i also want them to come back to work and be the employees that i know they are their workers the advocates you know that they're amazing to and they do just as great work and the and i want to see them and i want them yet to not you know yeah the the the queen two terms nowadays are burnt out and self care so i don't want them to burn out and i do want them to have proper self care and so it's always having that conversation with the staff that you know i supervise <hes> whether it's interns are staff. I'm checking in all the time would what'd you do for self care and it's i hate using those terms but it is. It's like what did you take care of yourself. And how did you do it and i constantly constantly have this conversation with them of when oh i watched a move your went to a movie or two that i'm like why this netflix and chill thing that is what it is in this world right. That's in my mind depending on how you're doing it. It's not self care if i go home and i go to netflix and i put on you know s._v._u. You and so. I'm constantly seeing more sexual abuse on t._v. Right that's not self care. No that's burn out <hes> and if i'm watching t._v. Any atv show if i turn on friends close on flex and i just watch it and i knocked out that's not self care either self curious pouring back into my own cup and so what you doing that you enjoy you could sell. I mean friends can be yourself care but it's nothing like don't let it get to the point of coming now. Pay attention to the show. Watch it finally has you wanna. Do it not be as you don't want to do everything else right. Yeah find the joy in whatever you're doing. Replenish your a cup and then you go on but yeah i'm constantly asking are you out or is itself. Is it really self care because it kind of gets confusing. Today's today's world especially technology a lot of times of technology is involved. It's not really self care you know. Are you on your phone playing games well. That's just like uh-huh activity right now a days right and your own family and those kinds of things make sure that you are in the moment when you're when you're there which would be your good self care as well yeah right and not necessarily think of it as this is. I'm gonna do this because i need to but as you said earlier be able to leave work at the door and enter your personal life and be in it <hes> so yeah. That'd be president knowing when you need to do it and that's the other part about tasteless. That's amazing. Is that our our staff is amazing in our leadership. Staff is amazing. I am a privileged to be a part of leadership staff and knowing that you know i can i can call my executive director and i can be having a bad day and i can cry on the phone to her. I can go into office and cry and i and i can text her and say i need tomorrow. I need a day or i can text during the morning. I've called her and i've you know it's been seven eight o'clock in the morning. Even them and i've been like hey this happened. I need a day. I will not be effective to my clients today and i need a day and she's like like you've got it. You know and she knows that i'll then get off the phone. I'll contact all my clients and reschedule and do all of those logistic things but that i'm gonna shut off my phone. I'm knockin doc and respond to emails. I'm gonna take that personal day that she's given me an. I'm i'm gonna be a different person because i have to and i've done that and i've been privileged you you know in all of the since i've had different a lot of different roles. I've had some different supervisors as well a day service and all of my supervisors have been able to give me that <hes> gift of okay. We'll cover your shift. If it was in the shelter will cover your shifter find coverage and i was my co workers were able to cover more care of each other and that i was able able to then just walk away and be like i need this day. I need this time. You know support a family and community and friends and so were able to then be okay. I need to go take care of myself. My husband and i just this past week. <hes> drove up to torch lake for the dow just to just to hang out just to see what the rave was all about. We've never been there in michigan toan. Yes it was beautiful. You can see the bottom of my gosh is so clear and so beautiful but it was that that piece of the three hour dry and driving around the laser seeing the different things coming home doing what we wanted for the day and i was unattached attached <hes> you know from work from clients from concerns anything like that and it was the day that i needed after you know the work that we do in our personal lives too. I mean i mean you know there <hes> chaotic and crazy just as well but then you're also able to cover for others as you're all taking care of each other at the same sometimes yeah yeah even as therapist i still have <hes> covered shelter shifts when people have called in or tragedies happened and they've need they lead to leave <hes> i do on call support just like the rest of our leadership team does so <hes> when they have you know <hes> mental health crisis at the shelter or <hes> a crisis gall is just really hard on whatever advocate you know took that call <hes> i come into the shelter you know in the middle of the night war in the middle east the evening <hes> to help out with something or talk on the phone to another coworker after they've had a bad day <hes> i know obviously it'll provide them therapy. I'm there as is there support person and their leadership team person and <hes> just kind of we all kind of do that for each other yeah that we can call each other and say ou had hard call. I had hard client. You know 'cause clients are telling us some really horrific thing right that sometimes i'm like. How do people do do this to each other. I really am unlike you. What like you know and i hope i always knew i help you never lose that sense of oh my gosh yeah. How could this right yeah because is that that'll be the day i retire that this work no longer affects me and i know that <hes> but yeah so we hear these horrible things and it's just like you know we're bound by confidentiality so it's like how how do i have support. We always are talking about confidentiality and stuff and so then it's instantly like oh i know my girls you know and so i say that because we are currently in all women staff we haven't always been i'm sure we won't always be <hes> but and so i know my girls. I know they've got my back. I know they're in my corner neon. Whether it's personal or work they they will support me and they will listen and they will. They'll give me sound advice or they'll just listen and cry with me and so it's it's having both of those more and they know i'm and i'll tell him calling for support or i'm calling because i need to get this off my chest and so we know the difference with each other especially after all these years being together there and just having that support and then being able to work with your clients and supporting them yet because i didn't have the co workers i had had we wouldn't be able to do the great work that we do it so it's that both an to support each other and we have to do this amazing hard work and be there for each other and be there for our clients and that balance of yeah your personal life yourself care the crisis work that we do. You know all that right right right. It's like the it's like the old carnival days and being the guy with the plate spinner. We've always yeah we've all got athletes believe personal life and your reds and this and that and but then you've got work in this client and that client and this and that and having that ability to know which plate needs the spin at which point in time is was a great skill to have no yeah and benefits. I think a benefit that i have is when looking at like my work experience in like the realm home of social work social justice stuff at basis my internships that had in <hes> masters in my undergrad all that kind of stuff everything i've always done has been crisis work and so i know i have this and people have told me as well but like i know i have the ability to remain calm in crisis racist situations like chaos would happen at the shelter dislike horrific things and i would just be like okay and we you have to do you know like like an effect like i can feel it inside and then i'm like me and i just stone face all right. Let's do this and then afterwards. It's like when the calm has settled right and everything's put away. All the fires are out. None of the coals are burning in more than i'm like you get your own chaos yeah then the adrenaline is like impose instant com there's work to do. There's other people that need us more. I can freak out later even if it's in my car in the parking lot you know you just play the music really loud. You sit there and park just like okay. I can do this so if you're listening to us today and you're thinking you know i really could use some <hes> people to talk to someone to. Maybe show me the way out of the situation that i'm in. Please give us a call. We have an eight hundred number one eight hundred eight eight two eight two zero two three <hes> twenty four hours at a staffed by wonderful people not just lose but everyone at basis is able to <hes> talk with you and help you head in the right direction. <hes> our website is wonderful day semi dot org and <hes> we would sure love to hear from you and and maybe you'll get liz if you're lucky anyone who is at davis is more than able to help than <hes>. We're very fortunate to be able to continue to do what it is. We do and we look forward to hearing from everyone. Thank you for listening to not in an abusive relationship. 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How to Help and Support DASAS

I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship

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How to Help and Support DASAS

"I don't need help. I'm not in an abusive relationship. This is just how it is for us. It's a lie. We tell ourselves one that many in abusive relationships repeats until they believe it. But there's hope welcome to. I'm not in an abusive relationship. A podcast about surviving domestic and sexual violence. This show is about hope. You will hear from survivors of abuse. Their stories may sound familiar. They may even inspire hope. Our goal is to connect with others in these toxic relationships to offer that hope and with support of our mission. Anyone willing to help get rid of abuse and our culture. We also talked with the experts in the field from the officers on the front lines of domestic abuse calls to the therapist and advocates helping survivors. Navigate this complicated road of recovery. If you're in need of help please visit our website or call our twenty four seven hotline eight hundred eight two eight two zero two three and at this is an emergency and you need help immediately. Please call nine one one. Welcome back to the show. My name is dan. your host. And i'm joined today by the president of our board of directors longtime volunteer. His name is bill for bill. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much Appreciate the offer to jordan. Hey man you know you. And i can just sit and talk for no reason or we can sit and talk for a reason either way. It's going to be awhile. So i'm excited so bill. In addition to being the president of board of directors. You're also involved in our facilities so you see from all different angles. The needs of basis that right. So wh- how we've had we've had one hundred episodes where we've given a ton of information interviews support everything else one hundred first episode of. I'm not an abusive relationship. We thought it would be a good idea to ask now right. We've had thousands and thousands of listeners and we're hoping to drop a little bit of support so that's the focus of today. Let's talk about what we need as an organization Where do you when you tell people your involvement. What do you usually respond to. And they say how. Can i help well a. We have a syllabus committee On the board and there was this loud sucking sound when they found out that i knew how to do a lot of stuff and so i've been Involved with a hundred and four year old building that sweeps thirty of that was rented to us by the press. Interior in church in three rows Until just recently Probably over twenty five years. And they charges this exorbitant rate of a dollar a year and we had to pay utilities maintenance and upkeep Welcome to the maintenance and part that would be mean and every Friend of mine. That has any abilities in that kind of stuff I drag over and they're very happy to help which was really really pretty cool but as you can imagine one hundred and four your old building. with ten or eleven foot ceilings. the upstairs has or pretty large bedrooms. There are two bathrooms in the facility. one big one on the main floor a nun a smaller one on the second floor with the four bedrooms but they both have A full bath so When we started the remodeling process which was about two and a half years ago our first project which was in desperate need of complete gutting and starting again was the kitchen. So i have a very good friend. That is a outstanding woodworker and literally week or everything out of the kitchen with the exception of the framing for the There were twenty eight cover. Doors and drawer fronts That we took off but we left the shell and at his alleged way eighty scrap lumber that he had he rebuilt Doors and drawers lynch entire kitchen As one of his many donations to the board and to shelter so way then Completely new countertop new flooring new microwave and units ceiling tiles. We took all of those down and What a new we painted the the framing that so it was a project that Our goal was to have done by thanksgiving. We started in october. And we had done a couple days before thanksgiving so this guy on top of all the other woodwork. built a table and mentions for the eating area in the kitchen that consume twelve people on the table yet in their prior to get which she snacks so Obviously there's more people there than that but Not usually all eating at the same time so gave us a lot bigger area and then in the same area. There's a washer and dryer so we created a closet but that was a fairly heavy gauge curtain network. Close so when you're eating you didn't have the work at washer dryer. So that's that's kinda how it began and from there The two bathrooms were also in desperate. Need I've been on the board of days since oh probably the late ninety s and they have been enough facility Had hellman was the executive director to a recurring me and the The building is Called the hillman. House in her honour She did her husband now. Relocated down south but she was our executive directors for teams seventeen eighteen years. And just the first first class Gal but Cut me involved. But there wasn't an awful lot of money To do any of the stuff that needed to be done Home depot gave us two thousand dollar grant inge. Meaning that we used on the kitchen but with my friend gary and his on a couple of other people When we finish the kitchen we still had about three hundred dollars wiped on that account and then we put that towards the the downstairs bathroom which is the bigger of the two and Have been getting Different fun funders We blessed right at the moment that there's the lions family out of the doi- shake that Once you're there company Picks nays orders that they would like to donate money to and without giving the grand total what they've donated the last few years It's gonna come close new Help us on some of the projects we have coming up so So bathrooms are now done. But we're at a point now Which i've shared with the board and number of times The building is needed by a boiler system was radius I don't think the boiler is original to the house but i- handful those radiators could be so but the boy was known has been there long before i started with them. It works but the plumbing part of it There's some leakage It's it's been time to completely upgrade or replace and we found that it's going to be easier to replace them Repair so you want me to take a breath of a couple of things. I'd say we could. We could see store for hours right so so as you described this shelter. I mean that's one aspect of what jesus does and it's a huge part of it as does kind of our our flagship so to speak There's a whole bunch of needs. But i'm really interested as you're talking about the shelter listeners. From anywhere around the world and we have them in over one hundred countries. So if you're listening you know somewhere outside of the us. Hello we have listeners. All across supporters all across our country and around the world. They can't necessarily come. Help you build or redo like. Let's say the vaccine right but they can help with donations. You know that's what i hear you saying. Is that like it takes cash. Maybe maybe gift. Cards to like home depot or something like that only work We don a adopt a room program so and we had a couple groups out there. That have done that so i a bedroom to do what it would take to run a bait one of these bedrooms. Which if they're fourteen by sixteen with the eleven foot sailing Were replacing floors or replacing. Windows were My my goal in a retired from teaching and started doing this almost on a full-time basis. When i first walked into the shelter after not being there for about five years Brought tears to my eyes I want this place who appear to be a home and welcoming to these people. And when i walked in that day about five years ago it gave me an impression of an institution versus the home ohio and so my goal since that moment was too. I want this place to work friendly and The colors of the walls were painting. There is color It's not all just bay age and The kids ruled has got things For the walls that make it They're going through a situation that is beyond something that we can fix readily but at least we can use shelters employees that they feel a little more comfortable so but the adopter room concept You know somewhere between certain of fifty would do the complete ratification we've had Like the dirges woman's woman's club did that Borough to engage to that. So we've got some of that but The building is so big. That right at the moment are two major Things that we need funding health for One is the heating cooling system for the entire own. And i have sources that will install that for free but the system itself. There's obviously some major cross that and the other one is. The original wood siding on the exterior of this building is still original and we have decided that instead of screening painting that A two story building one hundred years ago is a height of what three story building would be today. So it's a very large building But we're going to montiel's citing To go over Would citing to make again A lot more. We don't have a huge steiner front. Is this new for domestic assault shelter. So it's but when people do come We'd like them to be coming into something that Looks like its own. Warren modern The other thing that we're working pretty hard he say security system the a little more modern They certainly have systems known of do fifty times more than what art. French system does Because they're safety obviously is is at the top of our list so and when you talk about how the size of the house bill like like first of all the outside the the the the vinyl siding that's a factor but also like inside we talk about the size of those rooms. It's like the square footage or yardage or whatever y'all call of paint of the other things that we're using for that like that's why that's why we're talking about that right because it takes more money to renovate a bedroom in that size of a house than it does like. Can you know my home or whatever. Okay and it's and their typical bedroom is at least two. Oh my what tall windows that are about. Two and a half feet wide and the couple of bedroom shows three of those None of which are insulated windows. A aren't broken but as far as the energy efficiency of We try to. We've had a Very generous person that has actually donated a dozen windows for us about eight of which i think we can use and the other ones. We don't have a Just a match. Something that we need But the the downstairs area. There's a early good size room that we refer to as the kids road and then next the that is kind of a More of a family room and everything was the me and the windows in the kids room. are bow nine feet tall. Whoa it goes around a wall so kind of the you. His two that are on an angle that then joined this middle section of windows and Our planned is that were or into of the administrative offices of the shelter are also in the building. So you'd have the people that are running this place. Twenty four seven heaven office area on the first or so. We've tried to make that a little more Our doors that we've set up so that the no walk in is their meeting with a client in also little bit separate correct and that the area has three offices and kind of an open office area but it doesn't really small conference room which is needed for a meeting with a A victim and children with all the same time so we've decided to take out the door that goes out the back of the building onto deck and doors won't be taken out that little vestibule area will then be opened up and added to one of the offices to make that the size of a small conference room scratching the windows and the kids the middle section. Those windows will be taken out and a exit door. Going out to the back of area will be put in there so things like that that you just take for granted something that we wanna do. Everything has a price tag on it. So yes. I would think that we're always open to As the people that know me. I never say no to any. Wanna give us right so five dollars up to thousands you know. Please feel free now. Our way The nets easy to do too. Yes gift cards for the home depot. Menards those always And a lot of times When i get those i will leave them at the shelter. So if something comes up. When i'm not around Somebody in your overdose on depot. And they're a something that they can fix You know. I probably fifty times to the board that When i write my book One of my favorite chapters will be the text messages. I guess from the shelter cokes. Yeah it usually hurts with ideal. How you doing your day. Oh by the way the refrigerator's not working so it there's always you know it's coming but what sure what that's going to be so so it's interesting you said when i'm not around. They can do it. But i feel. It's also a empowering situation where you know the the clients of the shelter nine. I realized like the clients. That shelter aren't going out to buy it but the staff go do that and then they do. But it's still like this community home that maybe you know. It's empowering to have everybody just take care of their space so it feels more like a home rather than what we got a call maintenance novice at a call or text you and you are the magician but yeah that's interesting it's feels very community that way oil and they have A pretty good set of responsibilities that they The clients have they need to In the kitchen whatever's going on they have to clean up. We took out the dishwasher intentionally. They have to wash whatever dishes and pots and pans used after one The bathroom maintenance I've got on the list of things what we do. Get a little better handle on some ponding. I'd like to bring in a professional Cleaning service once a month to go over the entire building art as hard as we work to teach them how to clean a bathroom You have people that are dealing with hundreds things that are more critical to them in their wives or that moment that getting the sponge out wash of counter in a bathroom so I i finally do have convinced that. Toilet paper in the toilet is our preferred method versus paper towels. Okay paper towels in all a bill trip. Yup shelter yup tell us this. Massive auger says america genitalia. But again you know how in in my world i have four kids. And they're all married in twelve grand kids I've kind of programmed them to what is okay. And what's not okay I'm bless the. I have the ability to do that. These people Came out of a situation where they might have been one big bags that they put their stuff them and came to So we're pretty forgiving there but we we do have things that are posted inside of what you're responsible to take care of. The bedrooms are one. The bathroom said one and the kitchen is one so so again. It's you know talking about the shelter in particular but our all of our needs. I mean obviously financial donations are huge. I said earlier. it's really easy day. Says am i dot org forward slash donate or if just on our homepage at the bottom. It's making donation bill. I love the idea of sponsoring rooms. You know if if you're you're listening you have either the funds yourself or you work for a company or own company. You know six hundred dollars thousand dollars. Whatever you want to sponsor a room for like this year or whatever. We have lots of rooms to do maintenance if you own a cleaning service in the area Saint joe connie kalamazoo county. Cass county. Van buren wherever you are Let's talk maybe you can donate once a month to that. If you are listening in our area your time can be donation. Come help bill. Build stuff You know we'll do some some vetting obviously but We we take volunteers for that The before we leave that one. The turkey has part for ause on volunteers. Or helping us do things exterior projects. It's easier inter projects. It's gonna take me three months to get them through a background check and so i rarely turned down. Helpers but i in the We had one project that we ran. That was a clean the inside of the building day on a saturday and it was done with the with the church grew and there were about fourteen people that came in We've done some pretty good checking. All of the people had been moved out to the church for the day But later that night one of our Clients got a text message from Ex boyfriend that was somebody's cousin that came with them to this event and the text message to the client was. I've been in there. I know where you are. I know now to get in. All these different entrances and there's no way for us to keep them all away but we found that We have kind of a shut group that will lead to interior work but The extra work weight and keep from outside. And what about the. You said you don't turn down donation of any kind What about you hear about like. Oh i've done my house. And so i have extra beds city. Something with and blah blah blah. and like. What do we do about that. Do we take big donations. Do we have storage. Do we say it's on a case by case basis. What does that look like. Usually case by case basis The bedrooms appear years back. Somebody donated Not all pretty stout Bunk bed journals. So we have those and all of the bedrooms To maximize our number of people we can put on room and then the mattress news that Or given with that That's a an area. We'd rather not have you donate that because with at bugs and all the other things we have to go through We have a source when we purchase those that would be an adopter. A donation kind of thing to help us with Catch the things that They have a listening which i think they recently put on amazon. That is a list of things that are on your wishlist. So that's a good place to go. You're Looking for something specific you want to send us That's usually helpful The building materials I guess if you have access to some Either email the shelter or through bases and tell me what you've got like a windows and all that kind of stuff. I i have a shortening. Trae were physically went. There picked it up brought it back to the shelter. So it's not one you'll have to get to us. I'm i'm happy to get a couple guys or gals wouldn't be go. Pick them up but the The next door neighbor so the shelter is leading us. Use a scaffolding system when we spurt joining the siding Out of the western sky. That wasn't when i had on the list. Would somebody please scaffolding My wife has already kind of said once they get near the twelve but range. Tearing with ladders She worked preferred nowhere near that. But listen apple. I'll i'll dane. Don't ask that bill. How dangerous could this be. We don't know the answer to that. So but no i think what i've always enjoyed about the way the shelf was worth is a we are adaptable and were flexible with There's so many different ways that you can help us But it's just getting The connections made We are blessed that were one of the larger benefactors through united way so They help us. Every single year. And kelly hats network under brew Do a great job. watch out for us. So that's that's one way if you're stanford giving to that within the work donation sir. Our they do that We are seeing a good chunk of that but if he would want to We've had a couple of groups that teamed up to dylan. Adoption a spot. Maybe you all have a hundred and fifty bucks but a four you get together there. Six so Dan and i are both two. That are Fairly far out of the box Willing to Listen to what you'd like to help us with them while will run that For sure and again it's really easy. Diesel semi dot org. Das at a s. m. i. dot org slash donate for the cash side Gosh so one of the things that my wife and i did is There's another there's a an initiative -oday says called voices to end violence where we that initiative and i'm chair of that committee We raise money specifically to help fund the efforts to get our folks into schools around us to talk about healthy relationships to teens and preteens. Because it's so important to do that to help them. Hopefully spot red flags stay out of abusive relationships so many stories we hear of survivors start when when i was fifteen and i had my first boyfriend or my girlfriend. Did this or what we want to do this. That's part of our thing. And we decided to fund that with small monthly donation. So that over the course of a year it's just regular and you can do that pretty easily through the different donation Sites and that kind of stuff you know we have aah semi dot org slash donate. There's a link there to go to our full donation tool network for good. I think is what it is. You can do a monthly donation so you can do that for the shelter for our services for whatever you want or just to say here davis. Here's you know fifty bucks a month or whatever it is you know. Can you imagine bill. If we had everyone are episodes. Get around. let's say five hundred listeners. Every listener donated ten dollars right now. What that could do for us right absolutely. Yes and the other one that we did this past year which is Twenty twenty was such a weird year but Something as simple as christmas thanksgiving easter we coordinated effort. Where was a jointly funded neil for the people at the shelter time that they typically Don't have family with them. having a more traditional Turkey stuffing all that kinda stuff and that actually worked very nicely and has so There's so many different ways that you can just again Five ten dollars. You put that together and it really it starts. The help really does excellent mobile. Listen thanks for being a part of this conversation today. Thanks for the work. You do not only as a board member as the maintenance guy. I love our organization as a board member myself like we we work. We don't just sit back and go. Okay go do this like you. Are there the president of the board which is a big deal but is less of a deal. I think to you actually being on that committee facilities. I thank you for that. And thanks for being a part of what i've told the number of people i've been on a ton of boards in my career and lifetime this by far. He's the best board. I never been up. Because i'm just that they are. It's not the eight people taking a step backwards. Not beyond the committee to do south. They're all stepping forward to help. And they they're not shy They're very quick to tell us that. what the hell are you thinking near nydia Or they they brainstorm as good as any group able brainstorm with in my in my life. And i love that party awesome. Thank you dan for all you do. This is An excellent way to get our story so thanking him de bat. Yeah thank you welcome. Thanks for that so listeners. Gary go davis m. i. dot org slash donate Give to our efforts to help. End domestic violence in our area in our lifetime and around the world whether it's a few bucks whole lot of money whether it's gift cards you cannot do that all. They're so bill cheers man or thank you for listening to. I'm not in an abusive relationship. If these stories resonate with you in you need help please visit our website. 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Using Amazon Fulfillment to Grow Your eCommerce Business with Michael Begg

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Using Amazon Fulfillment to Grow Your eCommerce Business with Michael Begg

"Real quick before we get started. I want to tell you about the build something weekly newsletter weekly. It is free and you will get tips tricks and tools delivered directly to your mailbox. I will recap the current week's episode and all of the takeaways. I'll give you a top story content. I wrote and then some recommendation that i've been using the. I think you should check out so it is. Free eight is weekly. It's over at how i built dot it slash subscribe. Go ahead and sign up over. At how i built dot it slash subscribe anna. Hey everybody and welcome to another episode of how i built it the podcast. That's how you build that. I m workshop. A new tagline though and that is actionable tech tips for small business owners. So let me know what you think of that This is episode two. Oh nine it is brought to you by are fantastic mind size restrict content pro in texas bender. You'll hear about them later in the show but for now i am excited to bring in our guest. His name is mike beg. He's a co founder at amc advisors and. We are going to be talking about several things that i know. A lot of people listening interested in opening up another income stream Discussing what it's like. The transition to a fully remote team. Mike is currently in guadalajara mexico and has a remote team of thirty people. So we're gonna talk about managing that mike. How you doing joe. I'm doing very well. Thank you for that great introduction. And i'm excited to be here and hopefully provide some good insights to your audience. Oh absolutely my pleasure. I appreciate you being here. And i am excited so Before we get into the crux of the matter why don't we set the stage you have here in your information that you went from employees to freelance business owner to running remote team. I feel like that is a path. A lot of us take lunch. Tell us a little bit about your journey up to kind of what you do now. Sure so As i mentioned before. I went to school in philadelphia anyway. Graduated from there Graduated from there started working in consulting when to deloite out of school. Then after that moved into real estate development Had a really great job. I really enjoyed doing. But i just kind of always wanted to work for myself. So i started trying to find ways to to use my knowledge my expertise to build other revenue streams. But at the same time. I started getting into ecommerce between the two i was doing some freelance work for real estate valuations stay consulting on upwork and then i was also building. The ecommerce side started publishing. Some e books on kindle started making a little money that way than moved into retail arbitrage private labeling building my own brands by importing products from china and then eventually building the agency that i have now. And we've been building this now for about six and a half years now and it's been going great. Yeah that's fantastic. So i mean you've been you have quite a wealth of experience a first of all you at school in philly. Did you grow up in or near philly. Yeah some some clothes. I'm from connecticut. Originally so i think it was about two and a half hour drive north or south connecticut. Like southwestern i'm close to new york so your your new york sports fan i assume right. 'cause connecticut's new york and boston honestly it honestly. I'm kind of a mix of everything. My i told you. I went to school in philly. My uncle also went to saint joe's okay and what i was little. He was just buying me all eagles stuff. So i'm actually an eagles fan football but for hockey and basketball when new york fan. So gotcha cool. We'll go rangers. I'm originally from new york. So i'm in new york. Sports fan How do you feel about doug. Peterson being fired real quick. I'm not surprised it was a pretty bad season but you know it is what it is you. You won the championship for us. So can't complain about that. That's true and i. That was the only time. I've ever really rooted for the giants fan. Because i still don't like tom brady so anyway. That's that's maybe we'll do more sports talking to members part of the episode but So real estate development You said a whole lot of ecommerce things there that i couldn't keep up with but You mentioned something that it sounded like you said retail arbitrage that sounded very similar to drop shipping is kind of the same thing or are they different. How are they different. It's similar for sure. But it's a little bit different in that you're you're not buying a bulk load of inventory from from asia or mexico wherever you're manufacturing Essentially what we were doing was going to every target and walmart and the tri state area and just buying up everything clearance and then turning around and selling it on amazon actually ended up making about ten thousand dollars doing that. Then we invested into inventory that we did buy from. China started selling selling out online. That's so interesting. So i guess at this point we should kind of make it clear right that. Amc advisors amc is amazon right for all intents and purposes. that's more If you're lawyer so you can't say that that's fine But you focus on kind of doing ecommerce through marketplaces like amazon. Is that accurate. Exactly right now. The ecommerce space is blowing up. And there's no bigger player than amazon so we saw this. You know six seven years ago and we just kinda went all in into the as learned as much as we could became experts and pretty much everything to do with ecommerce platform and stephanie. They paid off. yeah for sure. You saw the six or seven years ago. That's really interesting right. Because there are retailers that i really like or makers that i really like that i will go to their website and if i have to If i have to pay for shipping will see. They are selling on amazon right. Yeah do you find that. That's like what so A little anecdote but like what do you do. You find that a lot of consumers do that. 'cause there's gotta be some benefit right for Shops smaller shops to be selling on amazon. Even though amazon takes a cut right. I assume. Yeah they they do. They take pretty good size. Actually i mean you the way. I always phrases to clients people. I'm talking to about the amazon platform. Amazon's the biggest brand discovery tool that there. Is you know if you want to be found. You need to be on the amazon platform. Your perfect example. You go to amazon search to see what you wanna have. Faster shipping or cheaper shipping. People go to amazon now. Instead of google the find with the best prices on a product so as a small brand you have to be on. Yeah yeah and that makes perfect sense right. Plus there's like this This trust factor. Maybe not trust in like amazon. Big a as a corporation. Though i mean whatever but like amazon dot com. I will. I trust to keep to give my credit card information to. I don't know my parents sent me a website the other day that was like. What's your daughter like like what they didn't say your daughter Teresa like this. It's like a scooter thing. But the website was like shop online dot sale. I'm like i don't order from this website. This is crazy. Yeah there's yeah i mean. Consumer trust is the big thing that amazon helps a lot of brands. Get over because the reality is most people don't have good websites to southey right now by. I mean that's just one hurdle. The amazon platform helps inconvenience fash Shipping is another huge selling point. The eyes of consumer so. Yeah i mean all that's really important. This episode is brought to you by restrict content pro. 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I mean it's like a quarter of e commerce sites commerce so If they are you know if we have a small business owner who wants to get into kind of selling stuff online Maybe their own products. Maybe not right because you demonstrated that it doesn't necessarily have to be your own products. What are some of the things that they should think about. As far as research goes As far as like researching what products they want to sell or you know just kind of understanding how the amazon platform works. Let's let's go with kind of how the amazon platform works rate We had previous upset about drop shipping talked about kind of researching products. But if you have tips you know that was two years ago now and not talk here and there. I know a lot of things have changed. I mean the amazon platform is pretty straightforward. Obviously the consumer customer side is a lot better build out than the actual seller side. You know there's a lot of pain points on the seller side. There's a lot of people get frustrated with amazon. Just part of the process amazon is bill to serve their customers not their sellers. Which is its own thing But anyway you sign up with a professional account cost about forty dollars a month from there you upload your listings you need to have. Upc bar codes for your products. Need to purchase those from a gs. One those are about ten acts like three hundred dollars so it's not that crazy from there you can list your products on the platform and amazon will pretty much handle the entire fulfilment side of the sales if you want to again. If you don't have your own warehouse you fulfillment team or you don't wanna be packaging hundred dollars a day to go ship out yourself amazon's great for that you know using amazon. Fbi you can send all your inventory right in. They'll distribute it across the country closest to the consumers that are gonna probably repurchasing your products and then as the orders come in. They'll handle the shipping mail. The customer service in any issues on that end so super helpful. If you are small business any don't have the capabilities to really deal with the fulfillment and customer service aspects. Yourself if you do. I mean that's great. You don't need to use fbi also florida's directly from your warehouse but fbi deafening. Get you a little more visibility on the platform definitely helps you stand out more. Get the prime badge which is another very big selling point when consumers are shopping on the platform and bats more or less the basic steward. I mean there's a lot of other a specific niche things that we could talk about. That can help you sell more. But just getting set up on the platform is pretty straightforward and following those processes. You can pretty much do it on yourself on your own. Yeah for sure. So the kind of use cases. I'm thinking through right. Now is maybe we have like a maker who's creating their own stuff Or we have somebody who's may be looking into drop shipping or or Retail arbitrage i. Okay somebody who's selling other people's products and it seems like i if i'm making something i can. I can basically send it to amazon for them to fulfil or i assume if i'm doing some If i'm buying someone else's product in bulk i can have them send it directly to amazon is i. Is that how it goes or do i need to do. I need to me then. Intended to amazon. Yeah i mean most of the time we're going to have it sent to yourself or you're going to be seeing yourself in person and then you're going to be sending it to amazon. That's probably about ninety percent. There are some people that will send it directly amazon for you but it's a little bit more difficult to find. I see it really doesn't matter what size business you are having employees. There's there's so much potential. Here on the platform declined. That was literally a one person operation to start with. It started working with us a couple years ago. She was doing about fifteen twenty thousand dollars a month in sales. And you know two years later. She's doing three hundred and fifty thousand dollars a month in sales and now she's actually being able to build a team i mean she's she's making significant revenue. She has a significant team to help her now. And that's just one example of how quickly you can grow on the platform. You know how much you can scale a business. Just through the amazon sales channel. Yeah that's great until and this is Kind of reason we're talking about. This is because as a freelancer as a small business owner. You worry about when you're one big client says we don't need you anymore right like we wanted. Diversify our income and so Selling through amazon is a good way. Now i suspect of the listeners. Like me Do more kind of digital products. You mentioned that. You started selling books on kindle. I wanna ask you about that in the members only show sure But in general amazon. We're talking mostly about physical products. Here right yeah. For the most part the kindle side is just one piece of amazon there's a royalty based business so you create a digital content. And you're making money forever. I mean books. I published eight years ago or still right review royalties every month. So yeah that's just one way to do it but You know physical product businesses are also pretty easy to build platform in not that challenging to do on. It's not a fulltime job. Do it on your own if you have a few products that you're selling so and that's fantastic because the fulfilment is the hardest part. I don't have room in my house to keep inventory right. I've got two kids now. So i don't know that they're toys r. Where my inventory would be Now now the other part of this is that you your personal path has led you to creating amc advisers and you have you say you're running a remote team of thirty right yes. So let's let's talk about kind of how you built that team and then how you moved to remote right as right now. Listeners can see this. Of course. But i'm looking at you in an office with multiple desk but you're by yourself. I assume because we're recording this in the midst of a pandemic yes that would be a good assumption. Actually kind of a funny process that we went through. I mean it started with Definitely working remotely and then coming into his office and now now we're remote again because of the pandemic. Yeah i mean as a business. We started growing. It was myself into other partners in the agency star way than we were handling a lot of things ourselves. We were able to get to about forty thousand dollars a month and grabbing you with us stanley which was nice. I mean that was like ninety percent margin so that was a nice little payday. Then we realized if we wanted to actually take you beyond this build. Something that had some equity value or or something that could provide an exit in the future We really need to build a business. Not just be doing freelance work again. If you're relying on a lot of clients a couple of big clients that are really bringing in revenue. We kind of were It's there's a lot of risk. Hang your business model that way. Just put it that way so we realized that we had to start scaling. We started using. Birds will assistance in the philippines So that was one aspect of our remote worth team. Obviously there's definitely challenges with that time zone. Being one of the big ones we as an agency. We need to respond to clients quickly. We need to provide good customer service in dealing with time zone. Differences created a lot of issues around that sometimes so we continue to grow and i actually came to guadalajara. Was where my girlfriend. Why i'm still here And as we continue to grow we need more people so we started hiring client facing people remotely in the us and content team people here in mexico so doing graphic design content writing Administrative stuff things like that now actually started hiring client facing people here in mexico as well so it's just been a process of scaling like that. Obviously march twenty twenty hits in that kind of all changes The other pandemic comes in. Now everyone's working remotely in mexico now. We have eighteen people completely remote and it was. It's obviously a big change. I mean i know it affects people differently By we had a great offer community prior to the pandemic it was great like how people we worked with really enjoyed. And now i know a lot of people are missing. Adding that interaction with everyone impervious ended up the same talking through slack for example. But it's one of the challenges that that most companies are facing. 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Are you hiring english-speakers in mexico to or the people in mexico handling kind of client base for you know they all worked with english speaking clients. Our clients are in the. Us canada The uk australia india. So everyone is english speaking And it's not a i mean. The reality is so many people here in mexico. Grow up learning english. Many even are born in the us and grow up bearing come back to work or go to high school era. Go to college there so it's actually pretty easy. We have our entire teams phenomenal with their english. So our clients don't even notice really when they're You're talking to them that they're not even from the us. Gotcha great yeah. I was just kind of generally genuinely curious about that. Cool so as you mentioned the pandemic march twenty twenty you moved remote And you mentioned that there are some difficulties there right. There are people who enjoy the kind of water cooler talk and things like that seeing their coworkers what what kind of tools and processes did you put in. Place to help mitigate moving moving an entire team remotely yeah it was. It's definitely a challenge. I mean communication is the backbone of everything really. The first step was making sure that we were implementing slack. Most of our clients are team communications our through slack however we also have weekly phone calls just sort of goes on board. Were up today with everything. we do. A monthly newsletters to our team where we update them on. What's going on in the business. You know what we're focusing on our growing so we try to keep the communication piece because that's the most important to us You know top line. I mean if you can't support your team in that way they don't have any idea what's going on You know it's definitely a little bit scary boy not not really understanding what's going on in your business beyond that tried other virtual events. We did a virtual cooking class which was actually kinda fun and then we had a virtual office as well so it's kind of like a a work happy hour And yeah i mean those are some of the things we've done. Zoom zoom has been come incredibly valuable for videoconferencing and actually seeing people face to face not just for work but for personal life as well so yeah i mean that's more or less the way that we've helped manage our team here in mexico. It's it's different. I mean like. I said they were in the office environment. So you each other. Personally they were hanging out having lunch you we were going out to lunch together a little bit different than a team. That was in the. Us that was fully remote from the start right. They didn't have that face to face person to person interaction so the the relationships are a little different trying to do something here in mexico is extremely important. Help build something a little bit more solid for our team there. Yeah for sure and As far as so you know we talked about the we talked a little bit about your client work Your again most of your most of your client facing team was originally in the us intermodal anyway Have you had to change your process at all for Pitching or client acquisition. No we've actually always done our business development remotely. We've only met in person. I think with two or three clients over the course of six years. Everything we do is online. Everything we do is remote video conferences have were doing that. Well before the pandemic kids to get that face to face relationship by the good thing that for us as well was that you know the amazon's face was mean it's still evolving. It was fairly smaller back baghdad. Many companies in it was harder to find people that were specialized in that knowledge. So having the remote business development wasn't that much of a challenge And i i mean. I can't speak for every digital agency but i think more and more people are open to to the remote stuff i don't i don't think meeting in person as as is as important as it used to be Because we can all work online and more and more people are realizing that. Yeah gotcha but yes. So you're biz dev mostly you're mo- and and that's an interesting point right. It seems like you specialized in such a way that you were probably you know web developers i feel like a dime a dozen I have one. So i can say But people who specialized near services at least a few years ago. Probably pretty scarce. I think as you said. Yeah exactly. I mean there's not there are a lot more now. There's a lot more competition. There's a lot of agencies that are nowhere that don't have the experience that we do. They don't have your the prior experience selling themselves either so there's a lot of people that are moving into the space but which is also a challenge because the quality is going to be very different between the ages is that people are working with So obviously we always recommend working with an agency has been around longer. that understands how the amazon spaces evolved. That's extremely important to get a better idea where it's going. Yeah for sure. This is great where we're coming up On kind of the end of our main Discussion again in the members in the build something club version of the episode. We'll be talking about Selling selling books on kindle and perhaps other digital products So if you're not already a member you can sign up over. Build something dot club for five dollars a month. Lots of great stuff over there But i want to try as we wrap up and we have some tips for the listeners. we talked about selling on the amazon platform. We talked about building a remote team but but overall we also wanted to cover Opening up other income streams and selling on the amazon platform is one way to do that. But you've also built a team that helps other people sell online. I don't want you to create a bunch of competitors to your product. But i know a lot of people do web development consulting potentially Newcomers commerce consulting. You can Offer some tips as to How you can specialize in helping people sell online is that is that too nebulous or do you think that's No i think. I can talk a little bit. I mean obviously what we see in this year is that ecommerce has taken off and within the development space. There's a lot of things that are still needed. I mean More and more people are adopting just for one example a website development shop by everyone's bill shop. If i source now we'll commerce the same as well. There's a lot of people that are in the traditional retail space. They need to start building those online. Presences i'm sure there's a lot of people probably reaching out to them on the web dev side kind of get that going Another big area though is application development for online You know a lot of there's so many different businesses that have different tax tax. And you know there's different. Connector tools like trade. I o xabier. Whatever you're using stitch data for api's api pipelines so understanding how to connect all that data for a lot of these companies. That maybe don't have that technical experience another area where. I think there's a lot of value for have web of app development experience as well. Yeah i mean. There's there's so much data going on. There's so many different ways that like people need to be a better at manipulating data. Visualization right Understanding data analytics in usage is very important. And that's another area. Where a lot of which i think web development work could be done by. Yeah i mean it's really just reaching out to allow retail businesses and just seeing what their needs are. I mean everyone pretty much has some online need right. Now it's just seeing whether you're a fit for it or whether you can find someone that can provide the service for them. Yeah absolutely and i think if focusing in i think mike as you've done on on a particular platform right kind of niching down specializing Becoming good at it as a way to differentiate yourself from other people. This episode is brought to you by mind size. Look it's super important for stores to have an online presence these. If customers can't buy online they might not buy at all and doing e commerce fast has gotten easier doing e commerce right still has its considerable challenges. That's where mind size comes in. They are a full service digital agency that focuses on wordpress and commerce development. 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Today they will help you make more money whether you need an ecommerce store whether you need to improve your current ecommerce or or if you build ecommerce stores for others. That's mind sizes dot com m. I n. d. s. i z. E. dot com. Thanks so much to mind size for supporting the show. The last kind of tip. I do wanna ask. Is we alluded to before. But if i want to. If i want to start selling somebody else's stuff right. I don't want to develop a product I just kind of want sell it. What do i do. Just maybe one to two things or two to three things Steps i could do to find a product that i think is worth selling through amazon fulfillment. So if you want to sell other people's products it's a little bit more difficult More and more people are waking up to more and more brands. I should say are waking up to something on the amazon platform so a lot. More people are taking it in house. Retail arbitrage is one way you know. Just go into your local stores and seeing what's there The amazon app. You can actually scan barcodes. see if it's on amazon. See what the price point is You know you can calculate whether you're going to make money based on what the discount is installer. That's one easy way to kind of going Something that's a little bit more. Challenging is to do is to the reseller route or kind of like a drop ship row is well. We're essentially you're purchasing inventory at wholesale Directly from distributors. And then you're you're selling retail This is a good way to use other brands. that are not yours can just purchase products and put him on the amazon platform. Now way and start selling there's going to be other competition so finding the right to serve years getting the right agreements with them. Maybe if you can get an exclusive agreement for distribution ran i mean that would be huge But yeah that's another out you could go. And just reaching out to these people and asking them for their product catalog seeing what they have is just the way to kind of get that process. Starting gotcha well if if anybody is interested in that definitely Advice check check it out. there's also all lincoln the show notes over at how i built. It slashed two. Oh nine to a drop ship episode that we did again. This is Probably eighteen months ago but still generally good advice So with that. Mike i do need to ask you my favorite question which is do you have any trade secrets for us. Trade secrets for sure. I think if you're going to go the route of building your own brand on the platform one of the biggest trends happening in ecommerce in one of the things you need to take into consideration. When you're building your listings on amazon is everyone's matt everyone more and more people purchasing from their phones so mobile i is becoming more and more important and just it seems commonsense but maybe you probably don't realize it if you're not looking at it from the perspective of selling When you're going through the the ap amazon for example what comes up. I is the product title in the images. People don't actually scroll down to the bullet points of capturing their attention in the product images is one of the most important things you can do and we you utilize your lifestyle photos product photos with text overlays to call out the benefits right there in the photos so as soon as they come. They're seeing visual content. There sigma highlights the product probably within a few seconds you. They're going to decide whether they're going to purchase the product or not based on professional. It looks how well done. It is how much the product actually benefit their lives. That's fantastic Call out benefits right in the photos. I think that's great stephanie. Worked on me. If i see a photo on i don't need to go scouring through the description And i thought. I thought of two points as you were talking there right. More people are purchasing through their phones probably another benefit of being on the amazon platform. Because most people who are using the amazon nap. It's extremely easy for them to pay on the phone. I have And i'm sure we all have had the displeasure of putting in our name and address and credit card information on our phone hoping we don't mess it up. Apple pay has made that a little easier injury. Pay me that or android wallet has made that a little bit easier But with amazon it's press in and you're you're good to go most of the time a little to easy maybe but So i thought about that. And then you mentioned product title and images captured attention really important. Help people make the decision. How important are ratings and reviews. Social proof is one of the biggest things ecommerce and general Other people think that our products good. It's more than likely going to influence. More people. buy the product if you start getting bad reviews a big problem on your hand because it's very hard to reverse that i say this at anything whether you're selling physical product or digital service your product quality is the thing that's determined the most of your success even if it costs you a little bit more to do something if you have a good quality product. You're going to get that good social feedback those good reviews or ratings or whatever they may be and that's only going to help sell more people down the road so always focused on the product putting out there to sell love it I am going to ask you another question being getting amazon reviews in the members. Only show as well. This is something that. I'm generally curious about but also something under actually Involved with because people ask me to review their stuff all the time. And i also just put out a book that has gotten a couple of bad reviews because it's not like the last version So we'll talk about all of that in the members only show for now. Michael thank you mike. Thanks so much for your time. I appreciate it if people wanna learn more about you. Where can they find you. Joe first of all. Thanks for having me here. Really appreciated hope. I was able to provide some valuable insights The best way to get in touch with me or gained contact with me is either through my website. Afc advisors dot com or directly at my email. Mike at amc advisors dot com. All right i will include that and everything we talked about in the show notes over at how he built it slash two nine. If you're a member stick around for the next part of the conversation if you are not considered over built on the club but either way i really appreciate you tuning in So again thank you so much to mike. Thank you for listening. Thanks to our sponsors Restrict content pro texts expenditure and mine size for all of the show notes. You can head over to how i built dot it slash two. Oh nine and until next time get out there and build something.

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05/28/19 Start Planning Now for 5G; The 5G Race; Chicago Taking on Tech

The Peggy Smedley Show

14:50 min | 2 years ago

05/28/19 Start Planning Now for 5G; The 5G Race; Chicago Taking on Tech

"Welcome to the Peggy smelling show. The podcasting voice over I o t and digital transformation with your host, e Smedley. Hello, jim. Welcome to today's edition of the Peggy Smedley show. I'm your host Peggy Smedley. We've been having some great discussions this month about smart cities and in particular urbanization next month will be focusing on five G in the workplace. So today for this segment in the last show in may, I want to combine these two topics, and talk about the transition from four G to five G M, which will definitely impact cities in their transitions to smart cities, and we're gonna talk even more about that, with my next guest and later on the show. I will actually be talking with Jonathan addle Stein, presidency of the wireless infrastructure sociation. We've got a lot to talk about there. And then I'm going to wrap up the show with John Platts. It was the senior reporter in technology and airlines for Crain's Chicago business. But let's get started. Let's talk about five G, of course, is the latest generation of. Cellular mobility communication. It's going to be a game changer how many times have you heard me say that and I don't need to tell any of you, as my listeners who've heard me talk about that. But there's a growing demand for low latency connectivity services, and today's high tech world. And by the way, when it comes to low latency five G could offer significantly lower latency than four, G, L, T, which is long term evolution by a factor of one hundred by a factor of one hundred. Now, you heard me say that, right. In fact, thanks to this growing demand. Were expected to see five G services market, exceed five hundred billion by the next year, twenty twenty now, think about that, just for a second five G is also predicted to impact the economy, significantly, adding three million jobs and up to five hundred billion to the US. GDP. The gross domestic product now, interestingly, which I'm excited to hear. It's expected to add construction jobs now. We talk about how we've got two point three million shortage jobs. But if you look at all the reports now, we're talking about even construction could see as many as five hundred. I don't know thousand jobs in the next several years, or we could see as much as fifty thousand year by year. So let's think about that. That's pretty exciting stuff. But with its low latency high speed optimization and greater ban with overall five G might also improve existing products and services but also provide the capability for brand new ones. Now, when I think about what truly low latency and extremely high data speeds can do for the internet of things, I think about smart city, and I also think about all the vertical markets like healthcare and first response manufacturing construction, transportation, these are just a few, but I get really excited and you know that because you've been my listeners for a very long time. So these verticals depend on real time data for critical decisions, and there's so many others that do as well. So for smart cities. Five G is really going to help systems connect to systems which will be key to enabling so much of the smart city value proposition. So let's look at just a few more of these five G stats that I think are coming out before we move onto the transition that we talk about from four G to five G, according to five G, America's you know that I had Chris Pearson just a week ago, five G will account for about one in seven connections by twenty twenty five so we can expect to see dramatic push toward, I think five G between now and twenty twenty-five it's going to be really incredible overall. But what exactly will the push look like that's what we need to talk about. So four G L T is very prevalent alongside with earlier generations of two g like what we talked about the second generation. So in fact, four G is still gaining momentum. And that's intr-. When you think about five G America says LT is expected to peak at sixty percent of global connections in twenty twenty two and then start to climbing as five G kind of gains momentum. And that makes sense. If you think about the way you have to have Dopp shins, and all these things. So obviously, this is going to be a slow transition. I think overall from four G five, G make sense to me. And I think makes sense. All of you listening to this. But, but think about this. It's not all going to happen overnight. So in my opinion today is what steps need to be taken to make the transition from four G to five G happen. That's what I think if I'm you and you're trying to think about this. What do we gotta do? And even if you're not an operator, maybe you're a CIO of a city or a manufacturing executive what do you need to start thinking about to prepare for five G? That's what I would be thinking again. So let's first talk about the technology considerations for going from. Geeta five G. There are couple of main hurdles to address in the first one a mention his hardware, everything he got think about it's hardware. So the five G network has to be physically built on it. Right. So we'll need base. Stations in Inten is all of this will take a lot of effort monitoring vestment, and of course, your time everything takes a lot of time. Nothing easy overnight operators may also be looking at converting to fiber optic cables to take advantage of higher data rates and higher frequencies are also going to require more physical infrastructure than four G. So there really is a lot to the infrastructure discussion. When it comes to five G, and we always forget that part, but there has to be so another hurdle to five G is, of course, the software, we're going to need apps to take advantage of five. Jeez. Unique capabilities in the software will likely follow the hardware pretty quickly. But even so when operators are. Grappling to come up with a business case for all of this investment, it probably would help to have more applications that can actually take advantage of all this five G cool stuff that we're talking about. So for a time, five, g may be simple means faster, download speeds for most people in most situations, however, there will come a time when industries rely on five G to run their business critical applications, we need to think about that. The path to five G for operators is easy, but it's relatively straightforward in a way that they need to invest. And that's what we're talking about for businesses and industries that want to take advantage of five G. What should you be thinking about as operators inch closer and closer to the air of a five G? So I mean, we're thinking about public safety innovations are just beginning to take hold wireless connectivity. You think about is driving things so much forward. I mean we think about this. I. About public safety 'cause I live in Chicago, and I wanna know that we've got the wireless sensors, and we've got all the things that are capable to allow, you know, first responders, and people responded this, you know, in case of missing persons or all of those network capabilities in place, because we want them to have that triangulation to be able to sense and respond to things in the right places at the right time. And those are all the things that have to be in place to be able to know let's say a gunshot detection that might occur. So there's a lot of things that have to come into play here. So I think about it. Here's my tip for the day. I think you should take one or more of the following steps. You know, talk to your technology suppliers, and providers and hear what they have to say about it, for instance, talk to your network provider about five G and learn about their five G plans, timeline, and ask, if there's anything you need to do on your company's end to be prepared because it's not like. You can just do it. I mean, you know, you can also talk to your suppliers about whether your devices and systems are five G capable or five G ready because everybody's got kind of work together. I also want you to start talking internally about how your particular business can leverage the new capabilities five G will bring to the table. Don't just think of five G as a faster network. Think about five jeez ability to slash late and see to be an incredible degree. You know, think more about what's the new value could low latency open up for your businesses. I think that's the things you have to think about you have to think about overall. How are you going to leverage? If you're a small smart city, are you going to actually encourage and be the first one to do it? And how do you maximize city to be the first one there and get the operators to work with you? And here's my tip for the day. You know, think about. About is five g going to reinvent how enterprises leverage data, and I believe this is true because we're finally talking about real time decision making five G is going to boost automation, all industries, but particularly, particularly those in the industrial arena, it's going to open up doors for new applications and smart cities, and an all the verticals that contribute to making a city smart, including healthcare, transportation, as I just mentioned. I response energy, others. The list goes on to be honest, even though I'm encouraging you to do this. Now it's going to take some time to deploy five G commercially, we all know that. So keep that in mind. But Nevertheless, I hope no matter what industry you're in. If you're not leveraging the IT, you'll start thinking you need to start thinking about it now about five G and how could help you achieve your business goals in the future. But you gotta think about it now. You can't wait you have to plan plan plan just like we said in location, location, location, and construction, you need to think about this. You know, you may have a few years, you might wanna wait but you'll want to be buckled in and ready to go when it's time and time is now because things are happening in technology as we say it all the time is exponentially changing. And if you wait too long you might have waited too late in your competition will leapfrog right, leap, leapfrog right past you. So think about that. All right. Well, you know what as always I love your thoughts for today. Please send a tweet at me at social media at connected w MAG, I want to hear what you think about all the things we're talking about. All right. We're out of time for this segment. 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