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The Left Vs the Leftists

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | Last month

The Left Vs the Leftists

"The left is getting further to the left. I mean, they're becoming more entrenched. If you look at the candidates on the ballot next week, Mandela bonds in Wisconsin, John fetterman in Pennsylvania, Rafael warnick, your colleague in the Senate. In Georgia, these are hard left. I mean, they are Elizabeth Warren was out there already. They are not liberal. They are not liberal leftists. They are hard left. Is that is there a party capable of stopping that tumble off of the wilsonian edge? Well, they're not capable of that. The defeat they're going to receive next week, just a small foretaste of what's to come in 2024 and beyond. And you see some of the Schroeder minds in the Democratic Party recognizing this, trying to get out in front of it to avoid blame. Like Barack Obama in the same interview where he claimed to regret that he didn't, that he wished it had supported the green movement in 2009 Iran when in reality he failed to support it on purpose because he didn't want to deny to us. He also said that, you know, we can sometimes be buzzkills and skulls that we get upset if people don't use exactly the right language. Now, again, Barack Obama is a deep and committed ideologue, but he's also a shrewd politician. What you see with a lot of the people you named is that their deep ideologues, they're simply not true politicians. They don't have the good sense to mask those sentiments during the election season.

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Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Where Are the Sane Dem Thought Leaders? Bryan Dean Wright Explains

"Served in the intelligence community. You've trained the IC members of the military. You know the swamp very, very well. I have to ask you the question I ask the Republican politicians who come on this show. Have you met today? Because I can't see it. You can say I'm in my conservative talk show host bubble, but I'm trying to find those Democrat thought leaders, members of Congress, whatever media types you want to classify the matters, who are sane, who you can have a discussion with or who are prepared to say, you know what Ilhan Omar did yesterday or the faking of the handcuffs by AOC or Maxine waters saying literally screw the Supreme Court. We're going to resist. Have you found people who are prepared to voice a little bit of dissent with their own political click? No, and I'll tell you, before I left the Democratic Party, the one of the things that I was writing about, and I was making phone calls and emails saying, look, you all are more conservative or even moderate Democrats, you are going to be run out of office. So if for no other reason for your own political survival, stand up to these people, radical elements of the Democratic Party. And they didn't. So I'll tell you in Oregon, my home state. There was a representative who had been there for many years. I think Schrader Schroeder is his name. Well, he got tossed out by a more radical member of his own party. And so you see that throughout the country, they are being tossed aside by the more radical elements, and they should have years ago taken the advice of most of us who are like, you are losing the party and you're going to lose the country because you deserve it. You're not standing up for sanity for this country and you're letting the more radical elements the violent elements and fundamentally the anti American elements of the left rise up. So they're paying the price. And frankly, they should.

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Thomas Sheahen's Objection to the Big Bang Theory

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 6 months ago

Thomas Sheahen's Objection to the Big Bang Theory

"I'm talking to Thomas Sheehan. What's that Greek? Thomas she and PhD, he's the author of a book every win. God symmetry in time. Thomas Sheen, when my book came out is atheism dead. A lot of people have emailed me because they have a young earth view of things they say that they believe the universe and everything was created only a few thousand years ago. I don't have a dog in the fight. My attitude is whatever is is and whatever scripture says is true. But a lot of people who have as high a view of scripture as I do yourself and Hugh Ross and others believe in the Big Bang. What is your most basic objection to the idea of the young earth concept? Well, the scientific evidence really is very, very good that it has existed for a very long time. I look at the first part of genesis as wonderful expression in Hebrew poetry of the fact that God was trying to communicate something to people, but whoever was on the receiving end couldn't get it all straight. And they did the very best they could and they've given us the best they could in circumstances where they don't understand fully all that God wants to say. Let me tell you about a certain 20th century guy. Well, actually, he's still alive. It's all from Brooklyn named Jerry Schroeder, grew up and went to MIT. I know Gerald Schroeder, he's in Israel. He's a genius. Go ahead. Well, he came to the table with a devout orthodox Jewish religion following a certain rabbi named knock commodities not to be confused with maimonides who were more familiar with. And he said, the universe was created in 6 days and that's what my faith says. Well, in the meantime, he's got a PhD in physics from MIT, so he knows what his science is. 13.8 billion years. And Schroeder said it's up to me to resolve what appears to be a discrepancy between my face and my science.

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Germany urged to 'wake up' over Ukraine-Russia crisis, before it's too late

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Germany urged to 'wake up' over Ukraine-Russia crisis, before it's too late

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"schroeder" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Felt like he's another guy who just isn't a ball mover necessarily. Isn't a guy who gets stuff going for you. And that's why I look at him as part of that crunch time lineup. Would you be better off with grant shooting out there? Maybe some interesting activity. Whether or not Schroeder pushes the pay Schroeder, gets guys on a bench unit where you have nobody else who can score. Schroeder going 7 for 14, you know, and leading the bench and scoring and being an overall plus I'm talking about the team. I understand, but the whole team sucked in crunch time. So it's like Schroeder wasn't the problem. Schroeder is exactly what he's supposed to be in that second unit, which is, when all else fails, do the offense. Do the thing where you just go and you score and you shoot. And that's fine when he's not taking shots away from Tatum and brown. Late when you've got three ball stoppers, you know, and ISO players with Schroeder Tatum and brown, you're just asking for the offense to grind to a halt and it just to be, you know, past possessions. And you don't really have an off ball shooter in that spot either. And there's no shootings out of shooting. Tatum and brown connecting a little bit. Is there a way to get them from point a to point B into a good shot? That's definitely a solution that you look at there. The rub one I like. That's a good one. You know, just have the ball in his hands and good spots a little bit more down the stretch there. When the offense, I mean, we've been talking about that sense of Milwaukee, right? Like they can do things no matter who's out there. We've seen them do it. They just don't do it down the stretch, and that's why I look at, like, who do you lean on in that position? I asked L much earlier this season. But the fact that the ball handling responsibilities are so spread out on this team, it's like everybody can do it. But nobody takes control of it and really makes it their role. Like everybody just does a little bit of it and it's all just spread out until you really need it to be centralized on one guy weight. And nobody's in that position. The problem, because I think Tatum's starting to do it at a higher level now, like he's been doing it so much this year and doing it for so long. But in crunch time, he just transitions to that role where he's looking for the shot. That possession, I think you point out on Twitter, John, where he was just like zeroed in the whole time. He was going to be shooting. I think he kind of got deflected on the first try. Then the second try was just like a shot clock heave. That was just a brutal one. That was the worst of all. What is he doing taking the ball out to half court? And by the way, he's heal almost I hit the line. But ridiculous. It was ridiculous. And then two screeners come out almost at the same time. Robin smart both went to set a screen and he uses the rob screen and smarts like shit. I'm here now..

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Kyle Rittenhouse Didn't Expect Judge Schroeder to Declare a Mistrial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Didn't Expect Judge Schroeder to Declare a Mistrial

"Do you think though Kyle that the prosecution was trying to throw the trial? Or the case? It's my belief and I'm probably right now because we did win the case. That he knew it wasn't going so good for them, so he wanted a mistrial. That's why we filed a motion for a mistrial with prejudice. I mean, they completely had it wrong. The third set of facts they were on in the middle of a trial. They just kept changing their fact pattern. So were there any points in the trial where you thought that judge Schrader was going to make that ruling and would declare a mistrial? Were there any specific points where you think that it got to that sort of critical mass? A lot of people's beliefs are different from mine, even on my team. I didn't think he was ever going to leave this out of the hands of the jury. I don't think he wanted that wanted to be that guy that took it out of the hands of the jury. So I didn't think you would grant that until the jury made a

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"schroeder" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"With deals this Thanksgiving. So again, stuffing. I got it. Number one in S 50. Number one, as we said, it's peanut butter M and M's and stuffing. Stuffing is the number one Thanksgiving side. It's not even close. So again, it's gonna be good stuff on that. It's gonna be the right stuffing. If it's dry, I don't want anything to do with it. I don't know. Of course. I mean, bad food is bad food, right? Not bad, but bad stuff is really go sell fast. Better version of everything. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. You know, the red and greens. And it can be anything. As a rule anytime you have a food discussion, you have to imagine the best version of each of those foods when you have the Discord. Well, then it's gonna be like Mac and cheese, I guess is the answer for everybody. In this case, bet online is stuffed with deal, so last time I'll tell you bet online dot AG use the code seal and S 50, 50% welcome bonus on your first deposit. Get into the action this thing Thanksgiving. Well, you also have to give credit to someone like Schroeder again. You didn't have that weapon last year. And even in the first half, when they were selling a bit for jump shots, Schroeder continued to move that ball, short of continue to attack the pain. You know, he had a terrific game. You know, all around. And you're playing against his former team. I mean, we sort of expected that, but I felt like that momentum shift started with Schroeder. In my opinion, that first had. Sure, this others were trailing mostly throughout, but once they got closing to within one, you know, going into halftime, they came out as a different team. It was just a great all around win for this team. They really needed it. Yeah. Yeah. And so that was the thing for me. The Schroeder gear is that he's got that gear so he does that. That's how he gets his paint..

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Dan Bongino Cuts to Live Reading of Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Dan Bongino Cuts to Live Reading of Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict

"And then he just made a point judge Schroeder as well to say no matter what the reaction you think you might have to this whether acquittal or conviction way back to the court Would you Give your please 54 54 and has the jury reached a verdict as to each count of the information Yes we have your honor One verdict in one verdict only Yes Would you hand all the paperwork to the bailiff please Thanks Yeah see that too please have done this Thank you The defendable rise is based the jury and hearken to its verdicts That's the first time the information shows up on the journey behind the defendant Kyle H Rick house not guilty As to the second count of the information Richard McGuinness we either read by the defendant Kyle H ridden house not guilty As to the third kind of the information unknown male we the jury find the defendant Kyle H Breton house not guilty As to the fourth count of the information Anthony huber we the jury find the defendant Kyle H rittenhouse not guilty As to the 5th count of the information gauge growth we the jury find the defendant Kyle Edward Kyle H rent house not

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Judge Schroeder Bans MSNBC From Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Judge Schroeder Bans MSNBC From Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"But here is judge Schroeder explaining why he has had to ban MSNBC and NBC from the courthouse And this would be the same MSNBC and NBC who behave themselves and follow the edicts of the genocidal communist enemy that is China So they don't lose the exclusive television broadcast rights in the United States for the communist Chinese Olympics They fall in line just like LeBron James and the corrupt NBA and all the rest of them Cut three go Last evening A person who identified himself as James G Morrison And who claimed that he was a producer with NBC News And played for MSNBC And under the supervision of a person what's going on Oh okay Under the supervision of someone named Irene bion in New York For MSNBC the police when they stopped him because he was following in a distance of a black and went through a red light pulled him over and inquired of him what was going on in the gave that information And stated that he had been instructed by miss ion In New York to follow the jury bus

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"schroeder" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Mike Gallagher. We should never make a prediction about the outcome of a trial. I don't know what it means that it's taking the jurors a relatively long period of time to decide the fate of Kyle rittenhouse. The conventional wisdom is that the longer it takes the more likely it is for a conviction, which would be, you know, pretty outrageous. The defense team for Kyle rittenhouse is requesting a mistrial. Based on this controversial release of the drone footage, the prosecution had access to a clear quality drone video that showed Kyle rittenhouse running for his life being chased by this lunatic, the convicted pedophile. And the prosecution allegedly withheld that video from the defense team, there were question a mistrial as a result, and this judge, he just seems fired up. Here's judge Bruce Schroeder yesterday railing about the distorted way the media has covered the cow rittenhouse trial. When I talked about problems with the media when this trial started, that's we're there in part. How did not fully put in part because of grossly irresponsible handling of what comes out of this trial? I will tell you this. And I'm going to think long and hard about life, television, betrayal, again, next time. I don't know. I've always been a firm believer in it because I think the people should be able to see what's going on, but what I see what's being done is really quite frightening. Frightening that's the right word for it. Hey, judge, I have a news flash for you. If you think the media is capable of lying with televised coverage of your trial, think what they'll do if you don't have televised coverage of a trial. You have to have cameras in a courtroom. You must. They do a great job of protecting the identity of jurors with the televised coverage of a trial like this when it's important. Listen, Americans can see with their own eyes. How does a white guy shooting three white people have anything to do with race? It's the race, it's the smear of racism that compels this narrative this lie. This disgraceful attempt to deflect. If you say racism, all bets are off. If you can claim racism, then you're not allowed to say anything else. You got to be quiet because you're a racist. So I guess somehow Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist for shooting white three white people, killing two of them. Got it. But again, Americans get to see with their own eyes. What's happening? And we are seeing with our own eyes, what's happening? Poor Joe Biden. Went to a GM plant in Detroit yesterday. This guy, can you imagine Trump saying do I stand on the blue marker? Where do I go? And then and then walks right by the blue marker. This is classic video clip. Here's President Biden being guided to his mark so he would stand on the blue marker and then he proceeded apparently to walk right past the blue marker anyway. So it's not on the blue marker, huh? Yeah, the blue, and we gotta take order. Okay. Okay. So again, Jim quick is here and he's going to interview. Now you got to see that again, because you could see her. She's mortified because he walks right past the blue marker. So she's going, okay, all right. Hell yeah. This is like directing me in Annie. 'cause I forget my lines and I don't know where I'm supposed to go and these poor actors, these little kids are looking on state poor Annie, her little Aiden whoo. Her eyes light up with terror 'cause she didn't know where I'm gonna go. And I'm 61. I'm in pretty good shape. Biden doesn't know where he is. He has played one more time when you can hear the lady. Again, he goes, let's get on the blue marker and then he walks looks down at it and apparently doesn't his cognitive skills aren't good enough that he realizes that's the blue marker so he keeps walking. So it's not on the blue marker, huh? Yeah, the blue, and you're gonna take Gordon. You're here. Okay. Okay. So again, Jim quick is here and he's going to interview. I love her. Okay. All right. He just. He just keeps going. All right, you're the president. Dude, say, hey, old man, you want right by the blue marker. Come back. Here's Jesse watters with a Montage. A brutal Montage of the 46th president of the United States. You think you think we're in trouble? With.

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Judge Schroeder Continues To Raise Eyebrows During the Rittenhouse Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Judge Schroeder Continues To Raise Eyebrows During the Rittenhouse Trial

"The defense team for Kyle rittenhouse is requesting a mistrial. Based on this controversial release of the drone footage, the prosecution had access to a clear quality drone video that showed Kyle rittenhouse running for his life being chased by this lunatic, the convicted pedophile. And the prosecution allegedly withheld that video from the defense team, there were question a mistrial as a result, and this judge, he just seems fired up. Here's judge Bruce Schroeder yesterday railing about the distorted way the media has covered the cow rittenhouse trial. When I talked about problems with the media when this trial started, that's we're there in part. How did not fully put in part because of grossly irresponsible handling of what comes out of this trial? I will tell you this. And I'm going to think long and hard about life, television, betrayal, again, next time. I don't know. I've always been a firm believer in it because I think the people should be able to see what's going on, but what I see what's being done is really quite frightening. Frightening that's the right word for it. Hey, judge, I have a news flash for you. If you think the media is capable of lying with televised coverage of your trial, think what they'll do if you don't have televised coverage of a trial. You have to have cameras in a

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Judge in Rittenhouse Case Criticized Following ‘Asian Food’ Comments

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Judge in Rittenhouse Case Criticized Following ‘Asian Food’ Comments

"The judge in the Kyle rittenhouse case. Ordered Asian food in. I don't know for the jury for I don't know for whom, for himself. And made the following comment, you will now hear it from the judge. So this is now being played on CNN. The judge presiding over KAR rittenhouse's homicidal homicide trial made a strange and offensive joke inside the courtroom today. I want you to listen to what judge Bruce Schroeder said as the court was preparing to take a lunch break. Let's hope for one o'clock. I don't know if the Asian food isn't coming. It's on his not one of those boats and Long Beach harbor. So he appears to be referring to the supply chain backlogs caused by congestion problems in California ports. But his comments were offensive and perceived as anti Asian by some. And as placing blame on Asian people for a catastrophic event happening in this country. John Yang, the president and executive director of Asian Americans advancing justice told CNN that the joke and I quote here, harms our community and puts us in the crosshairs of microaggressions as well as actual physical violence. That's CNN as my producer just said. Where did they find us the Asian action association for justice or something? You see how they lie? I don't lying. Is not an issue to the left. The judge ordered Asian food, and made a crack, I hope it's not being delayed. In the Lake. How is that possibly anti Asian?

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Judge Bruce Schroeder Holds the Line in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Judge Bruce Schroeder Holds the Line in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"Kyle rittenhouse is on trial and it's becoming the number one news story in the country. Largely because of this judge and the fact that Kyle took the stand, it's a risk, but just kind of looking at the tea leaves. All they have to all they have to do, the Kyle rittenhouse team is win over one juror. They have to win over one juror that will not be able to live with themselves for locking up Kyle rittenhouse, and putting him in jail. Let's go to cut 44, which was not covered in the activist press. Now mind you, the drive bys a CNN and MSNBC and all the major news outlets they did not cover the rittenhouse trial nearly at all until today, as soon as Kyle rittenhouse took the stand, they pounced. And they also got introduced to this judge who has been admonishing the prosecution. And you can kind of tell this judge is really fed up with what's going on. And that's what a judge is supposed to do. A judge is supposed to use practical judgment prudence and wisdom. Wearing his black cloak, hopefully to have no bias and no prejudice, look at the merits of the case and say, wait a second. You can indict a hand sandwich. What are you doing here? And you could tell the judge has been poking the prosecution at every corner. The judge has been pushing back hold on. That's not allowed. That's not a lot. That's what a judge is supposed to do. A judge is not supposed to be a rubber stamp or a yes man for the state or the prosecution. This is an important thing that we talked about the other day as far as how our justice system is designed. Is that prosecutors are supposed to be independent of judges and vice versa? Judges are supposed to be the balance between the citizens, people that are going to be put on trial and the prosecution of people that do the trials. The state, the government versus the people. And what we see in the Kyle rittenhouse drama, make no mistake. If Kyle rittenhouse would have been a BLM incorporated activist, and if he would have shot a Trump supporter outside of a Trump rally, that none of this would be an issue. They would say they deserve it, and you know what's my justification for that? Can someone possibly explain to me why lieutenant Michael bird got off for shooting Ashley babbitt? But Kyle rittenhouse has to go through this entire saga for shooting a child rapist in an antifa person trying to

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Nephew of George Floyd Appears to Threaten Jurors in Kyle Rittenhouse Case

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Nephew of George Floyd Appears to Threaten Jurors in Kyle Rittenhouse Case

"George Floyd's nephew is openly threatening jurors in the Kyle rittenhouse case. That's right, George Floyd's nephew is openly threatening jurors that might not give them the verdict they want. So this is the way things work in America now. Judge the rule the way we want, or we're going to burn your city down. Put young white men who defend themselves in prison, or else we're going to destroy all the Wendy's in your local area. Play cut 32. I ain't even gonna name the people that I know that's something in the Kenosha. I mean, the Kenosha trial. But this camera's in there. It's definitely cameras up in there and it's definitely people taking pictures of the jury's and everything like that. We know what's going on. So we need the same results, man. We need the same results. Justice for Dante right, justice for also. Oh, we need the same results. We have cameras of the jury. That is the illegal what he is doing. Yet the Department of Justice is too busy trying to go find a diary that belong to Biden's daughter while you have George Floyd's nephew May he rest in peace always saint George Floyd. May we owe his memory always be a blessing. It's ridiculous, how we have to put up with this charade for a couple years. And meanwhile, his nephew is threatening jurors in Kenosha. What I want to just say, though, that there is an unexpected hero. And that is the judge, Bruce Schroeder, he is a true wisconsinite, and he is pushing back against this aggressive prosecution that is unfairly trying to frame the case into something that

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Rittenhouse juror dismissed after joke about Blake shooting

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Rittenhouse juror dismissed after joke about Blake shooting

"A juror has been dismissed from crowd Rittenhouse as murder trial in Kenosha Wisconsin Kenosha county circuit judge Bruce Schroeder dismissed juror number seven it is clear that the appearance of bias is present after the man admitted he told a joke about the police shooting of Jacob lake to a court security officer at the very most it was a really bad judgment to tell a joke of that nature the juror said he didn't want to repeat the joke but told the judge she didn't think it had anything to do with the case Kyle Rittenhouse killed two people and injured a third during August twenty twenty protest against police brutality that started after a police officer shot Jacob lake in the back like he'd been fighting with officers and had a nice county prosecutor later declined to charge police try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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"schroeder" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast

Celtics Lab Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast

"Derailed promising celtics seasons in past He said he wanted to be there for a long time. I'm not sure if he where he is of the of the image how he would be able to be paid with the celtics. Soa longtime premise very relative term Like beyond the trade deadline. Maybe that's a long time. But he he really did seem pretty excited beater. He downplayed The situation with free agency as being such a big deal to him Very publicly mature for him. Very good he can really manage His media presence in a way that like it seemed really genuine. I don't know i would be able to do that after losing out on that much money. So kudos to him for that But i i have to say that. I feel a lot more excited about his tenure with the team after seeing him hearing him talk about his future team Alex i wanna swing to you because you just told us that smart is going to be an all star. Maybe perhaps hopefully definitely and that assumes that probably he's really getting a lot of touches in blaming a a big role in the team. Which i think you know we are expecting. Let me ask you what you think. Schroeder's role becomes in that frame. And one thing that. I just want to add which i think logically. I knew i had never seen written down. Is that schroeder and smart or listed as both six-foot-three that smart supposedly has forty pounds schroeder. Which i think. I think i knew just like if you thought about doing the math. Rather reading erupts tweet. Those are two different players and hills those centers in the post through. I mean yeah. It's daily way for so to answer your initial question. I actually pretty excited about shooter on the divas..

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"schroeder" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Of lightning at the same time. You have chantiers drummers on and maybe a storyteller all it all working together in collaboration to this to this performance and that just really really excited me in terms of possibilities of public. That's that's great. Before we forget about barbershops. I wanted to and one thing that i learned in my research. I was intrigued by hell. Barbarez became a profession in america and it turns out that it started during the colonial period when white men of means wanted to imitate european aristocracy. They needed to have a man in waiting. Who would who would handle their hair in their face. So they allowed enslaved black men to shave their face and their head and these took that and ran with it as a profession. They became within that system. They became rather elite because they had access to things that other black people didn't have access to i e men of wealth. I'm sitting in this environment talking to each other. They learned a lot of information just by by eavesdropping on conversations. At the same time these guys are having a razor to throw it into their head shaving their head and their faces. Iran freed black men to that took on bothering profession because wake meals with the neath them to cut somebody else's here so they become a profession. I had no idea of that. So i feel like i've just obviously i've learned a lot so far about i've learnt that and that's that's great. I'm gonna throw it out in the barbershop one day. It's like kings man brother in one of their earliest professions of black people in in the us. One of the union's barbara queens. We know hair. That's that's the thing. I mean that's entrench they're like legitimately like stamped approved now the last question i have before i get into shameless plug. I don't want people to long. It's just like hey ram your thirty minutes. Let's get it in. I read that the story pertaining to individual pieces is ending. What's one thing or a few things that you will want to audience to take away from your work. Artists like your your body of work as an artist. Thus far my works are what i call open ended narratives and they're open because there's never one story came across a phrase longtime ago under like in its allah delights in many kinds of truth in varying degrees of truth but even a lot does not like the entire truth so to me. That means there's never one story when people are looking at my work many times if they don't know who i am. I like to eat drop before they find out who. I am and listening on conversations. Because if they don't have the honest around you can get some unfiltered back and that's really great. I think one of the more precious comes. I gotten was two teenage girls. Who looking at a barbershop. They said that's really strange with his. Cue it's almost like that. That line on the back of the movies is like strange. And i knew in herbert tabulate. That meant this is a really nice piece. But it's it's unusual is not something he seen before. So your question i would. I would invite people to have what i call a slow look. Look at the pieces and spend some time with it and just see what it says to you. Have these eavesdropping sessions. What i come up with has been far richer than what i had in mind in the first place and i thought this is this is fodder for the next piece. I can take that idea. Stretch it and go somewhere else with it so thank you for that input. That that's fantastic. It's it's one of those things that it's it's important i. I've interviewed a fair amount of artists. And they'll say. Oh i'm never around. I never around to known like that. Does that matter to your you know. And that's the thing but being able to get that kind of take a look this way take take a slower look at it and really appreciate get dip be immersed in it and and then kind of go from there like i remember going to the bright exhibit and i i think i want two or three times and i went with different people each time and i was just appreciating different pieces each time in generally. It's like oh let me just do this pass real quick and absorb it that way to say no. No no this is not fast. Food is not fast food. You have a this is a full course. Meal good analogy. That's a good analogy. So that's all the questions that i have but what i would like to invite for. You is the opportunity to shamelessly plug plug. Whatever your social media. All website. Whenever i'm on facebook. The namus schroeder cherry s. c. h. e. d. r. sherry dislike the. I'm also an instagram. So hit me up. Take a look. I also have a portfolio on. What's called baker artists portfolio. So you can go to that and see a boatload of works both puppets and so if you see something you like or even if you don't like it contact me let me know. I don't really care if you don't like it. Let's have a conversation with what. What about it intrigues you. Yeah that's baguettes big. It's a big feedbacks feedback is important again. Let's just discourse around this unlike hard. Stop saying no discourse tell me more. Yeah so thank you so much. This has been a treat. And yeah do myself. Thank you rob totally so for shorter. Cherry i'm rob lee's and it s are in and around baltimore. He's got look forward..

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"schroeder" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Diaspora. I didn't really approach it. In terms of urgency or media see is just something that i took on as normal but we do hear a lot about they asked for no diaspora is simply that means spread out. that's all it is say african. They asked where you're talking about african by any means travel into other parts of the world. Saying that's what it is. Interestingly enough before african diaspora became a popular jewish day gaspara was the was the term that was used a lot and there was some i understand. There was some controversy. When african american started using african diaspora because jewish. People thought that they owned that word and you had some black scholars. No you don't own the word they ask you like it is. You don't know the word i asked so and now we hear we hear a lot is just part of our is part of our culture but essentially it means spread out. That's all it is and that element in just everyday scenes is like i remember having this This this is interview with thomas james back and it was it was about like representation component. Or what have you and it's like why you going back to. It's like why is this important. It's important because it captures a real life situation for for for black people for people like that a lot of times when he kind of broke down the numbers of curator's and how bets factors into what art is being seen and displayed. And all that. It's like that's why i support you have to you have to look at who's guarding the cultural and you have to look at where the cultural gates exist right now because we have such modern forms of technology. It's nothing to be able to connect with people immediately but let's say thirty years ago we didn't hear amount about black people. from britain. We did see a lot of them on television. So when i actually went to london or when i went to amsterdam and i saw all these people color walking in the streets i was blown away. I don't see this on my television. Why don't i know that people from surinam are in holland. Because the dutch people colonized other parts of the world and those thoughts come back to where they were Where they were supposed. So i thought okay. This is something that i would like to just to express. Because i'm seeing it. I'm sure somebody else's seeing it so let me just included as part of my own experiences. So i'm not as shocked now when i go to. Let's say european countries and see people of color in the streets. Because i'm doing okay. Historically yes they got here train. You know train playing ship however they travel big out here. That should not be normal in terms of in terms of visual capulets. Something that i should be able to look at and say okay. Yes i understand this this norm. What is not normal is to see. Let's say television series. that's supposed to be contemporary. And you see no people of color that that should not be normal anymore. Yeah yeah it's like i. You mentioned like amsterdam i. What is it a hobby. I always look back at. I'm a baseball fan. And i will look back at the atlanta braves and it's like andrew jones. Looks like a black dude. And it's like oh he's from parasols as a kid like you know this is. We're talking like ninety six ninety seven. I'm like what where kadare marcus. And which part of africa's that and now learning about the place. 'cause found no a place i need to learn more about it and get an idea of where a black people and i think having worked that is reflective of that but in a normal sort of way is important and Yeah outside of this. I do a movie review. Podcast i was joking about an watching the movie scream and looking at it like for reviews its twenty fifth anniversary in one of the observations. I took down. This is a very white movie and his beaver done right now. You have to take that inventory right now but is that movie being at a twenty five years old was now. You gotta have a few different people. Types represented for the feel like its contemporary sure described the barbershop series. And why did you create the series in what are some of the some of the techniques or what are techniques utilize to bring the series together. Irish series started on a dare. I was actually in the gym minding my own business. I was shaving. Hit and this guy. Tall guy like six three breath comes behind me and says would you about shaven. Here's i'm thinking. I shave my head every other day with you and who are you turns out. He poked barbershop stock. We'll man can i. Can i come into your shop and do some sketches. Because i would like to capture some of the barber shop so he led me come in and i spent some time in his shops taking sketches doing some photographs. Can i started painting. And i thought maybe i'd just do a couple of barbershop paintings but i got into. And every time i went to the shop i got another idea. Four for a piece so became a series. And over time i realized all my image were coming from one barbershop. I need to branch out. Let me tried to try another shop. Say introduce myself to. Over a period of two years. I i ended ended up introducing myself to seven or eight different barbershops mostly in maryland. One in dc. I would go. And say hey. I'm an artist. I'm working on a series. Can i take some images from your space. Y'all i'll give you some images if you do this so i am now working on i have gotten district for covert when everything's shut down. I couldn't go back into the barbershops because everything's closed up painting number sixty eight sixty eight pieces in the barbershop. Series right now and my work is primarily acrylic with objects on. Would i used to paint on canvas. But i got to the point where. I was abusing the canvas. That was cutting and burning and shaping and whatnot. I thought i need a stronger word. A stronger so let me try. Would and i still consider myself. A painter. Sculptor per se. Although im shaping the would. But i i use the would like like collages with us paper rather if you can imagine holding a piece of paper cutting the edges and shaping it with scissors. I'm taking would. And cutting and shaping it with power to. I think what i'm doing and i'm gauging into painting it and i'm adding materials stitching into the road. Which is something. I really like sticking keys and other objects into would just inspire the narrative and every time i use a key or o'clock or a combination lock or or another kind of cure lock it adds to the narrative in a in a particular way so at this point people started giving me keys. Everybody knows got a key. They've had it from whether the year and they don't know whether it belongs to you. Don't want to be this. it's like. I've had to see for ten years one day. I'm going to figure out what it opens up to. So people started actually giving me and those have become part of my material a lot with the paint in the line yards. So that's that's interesting. I was thinking like it'd.

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"schroeder" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Welcome to the podcast. Thank you it's good to be here. Thank you for for making time and in coming to this this lovely little little thing. We call into the truth at us art. So so as i'd like to ask my guests like what their background is creatively. So i won't make anything different here. What is your background. What is your your creative interest and your artistic background. Okay well i would. I am what you would call an arts chit. I grew up playing with crayons drawing and sketching also played with marbles and puppets in high school had a chance to study art in a more formal than a more form away. I was a part of the with cold workshops for careers in the arts. And that's the precursor to what is now the duke ellington school in washington. Dc before the school their word a group of visionaries primarily thinking. Capers and mike malone Mike was from howard university. And peggy was working working in the law. School a gw. They put together this amazing program but drew kids from all over dc and introduce them to the performing and visual arts. So i was exposed to that early on fantastic getting an early. I don't think it made it a once or twice that. I've actually said this on this. One hundred fiftieth episode. I suppose that i was kind of in one of those spots like super young and kind of being exposed to different things early artistically and it was like drawing manuals and. Hey here's this book. Here's the colored pencils crayons and having more of an interest in it. I had a few toys but having more of interest in that area and worked on a few murals as as a kid and ruined microns. Not happy about that. And i did a a few different things and so it's really good to hear that it was one of those really early early starts view. Were you good at coloring books. I i was not. I'm gonna comical with coloring books. i'm gonna connor class. Is i only drew out. Okay yeah we were in the same class. I couldn't ask stick within those lines and now as an adult looking back us looks. I realized how badly designed there were this period. The small the lines were just not designed for a kids hand or immagination. Bit later there was a crop of books that came up the anti coloring book which is which basically eliminates the lines. So you've got all this facing a page to to to express your imagination. There and i thought this is what i should as a kid. Yeah i get this guy. Get the the one thing i did do. It kinda showed because mostly it was colored pencils for me i. It was weird like you have a teacher. They really overzealous. Hey we see that. You did something creatively so i would draw this comic the whole thing inking pencilling the whole thing and doing all the coloring. This is not well and i was working on it and i was working on it. I would always rush through my tests. So i can work on mcconnell book or whatever drawn i was doing and i think the teacher came over there and this is after a week that i had a test to attend this really cool drawing of like wolverine from the x. Men and i remember. She threw it away. And i was like. I'm mad right now so obviously very protective of this comic that i'm working so she saw and she was like oh my gosh and she got it laminated and it became like a big thing around my middle school to actually have it to this day. It was like one of my dreams of being a comic book guy. I might go back into it though. So you touched on crayons marbles up it's described some of those initial sources of inspiration for how you kind of use some of those those implements initial even influences service Yes i was. I was always drawn to pictures. I guess i had a cousin who was interested in cars in. You know friends who interested in cars and i thought well to be really your true little boy. I should be interested in cars. I just couldn't. I just didn't interest but i could really excited about big pictures or or photographs of foreign places i Actually went out and bought a car. Step because plastic model cars were popular. When i was a kid. So i bought a car set man. I opened that car said and the colors would just so ugly. I was depressed. I mean it was. It was is is ugly grey. Green thing made out of plastic about agenda break apart and put together. I do not like this. These colors just bad just bad. So i was always influenced by things at around me growing up in dc. I also had access to museums and they were free. 'cause massoni wounds a federal museum i found myself wandering around smithsonian even as a kid i i wonder when i was a kid in dc. So i Without telling my parents would get us in travel to the parts of the city. Just kind of walk around and into our neighborhoods and one day. I found myself film on the mall. And if i was in what i what i now know is the national gallery of are just kind of walking around the halls anything. Wow this is this is a great place. So those are those early influences their traveling seeing seeing the world traveling locally obviously but the seeing the world and like recognizing like. I don't like that color. I prefer better colors. Yeah i i've been wander all my life even adults. I'm gonna wonder. I enjoy traveling and being exposed to other cultures and when go to other cultures as an adult. I'm really intrigued by the crafts people. particularly would workers textile crafts people in ceramics people. Although i'm not real with ceramics myself i don't think i have the temperament to deal with the mud. Clay chill waiting to see what is gonna look like. I'm more of a an immediate type person. So i like to working would are in colors on wood. I'm more media to me son. Really intrigued by held. Farts occur around the world handle those different types of forms. So i i had of course at the illustrious mortgage state university on a african diaspora and you hear it mentioned in in what is becoming a buzzword. I'm wanna get your your take on it and why is it. Important to capture like.

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"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

"It also is like all these companies when you sign up for a rewards card at your local grocery store, they're using that data to then sell back to Facebook or other data people. So it's just very interesting, you know, it just feels like a lot of things really aren't private anymore. And so it's like making a stand to me feels like something I want to do and I do in some ways and also, you know, it just feels like I am pot committed at this point. It's tough, especially when we're digital marketers, right? We look at the world a little bit differently than your average consumer. I think businesses have another dilemma to worry about if you are a small business and you have a website, you've got to address this cookie issue, right? And you can put up a thing saying the site uses cookies, said okay. But what if they don't hit okay? You've got to run something on your website, basically you're supposed to anyway. When somebody hits your website, no analytics are supposed to kick in yet. They have to hit accept cookies. But the reality is almost every single website that has Google Analytics kicks Google Analytics in the moment they hit the website. They're already being tracked the second they hit the website. But users are supposed to not be tracked until they hit the okay I accept. And then when that happens, you know, then they're supposed to be able to navigate the website and we can track their information. But if they click no, I don't think any websites very few websites have any sort of plugins or things connected to remove the tracking so that as they do navigate after clicking no, that that information isn't being tracked. And are there solutions for small businesses or plugins or services that they can have their webmasters install so that the analytics actually does get removed? If somebody ops out, that seems to be a really frustrating conundrum for a lot of small businesses. What's your take on it? Yeah, I was just thinking that's a good $1 billion idea right there. Yeah, I mean, you know, we're lucky enough that at least personally with our business, we use HubSpot and we're auto essentially do that for you, which is nice. I'm not sure, you know, unlike the ecommerce front, if Shopify has something similar already built in, I know, you know, or anyone can do it they can. They're pretty amazing. Yeah. They really are. And you know, I would assume, you know, WordPress would probably have something. And to be ant to be Frank, I don't know, right? I don't know the answer to that question. I know there are some I don't know the answer, but I'll have a blog post on it in a week. Disruptive advertising. But yeah, I think that's a great content opportunity for sure. I'm sure there's a lot of different things being said, but there are very few actionable checklists for ways to address these things that aren't broad or drive them to really expensive solutions that small businesses can't afford. So I think there's a huge gap there that goes beyond just what we need to do..

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"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

"So as someone's like recording a selfie of, I'd say unboxing your product, it kind of gives them some prompts. Oh, talk about the quality. Show yourself wearing the product now. You know, so it's a cool way to just almost script out videos from user generated content. And so yeah, I would say, you know, to that previous point we're just seeing a lot more user generated content. You know, I've talked about some of the performance there. Heck, a lot more affordable than hiring some of these influencers, I'm sure. And we're doing a little bit of influence in marketing for a Super Bowl commercial a few years back. And the Jake Paul and his group over there, $200,000 to have a mention the brand in a one minute clip. And I'm like, wow, $200,000 a minute I'm doing something wrong with my life. But that was the reality because he had what 3 million followers subscribers or whatever. The organic part of a mention that's non advertising related but just sort of promoting something in a way that feels authentic is something that all businesses want from their customers. So to get in front of 3 million people in a one minute clip, if you do that on Google ads, it's probably still going to cost you at least a $100,000 or more. But yeah, I thought that was really fascinating. So you're right. If you can get your you don't know which of your customers is going to turn into a micro influencer eventually even an influencer. So by spreading it out like that, there's a chance. It's a small chance. But there's a chance you can be seen by potentially thousands of customers that no cost other than maybe a free product. Yeah, definitely. Yeah, there is definitely something to say about influencers and you know at that level the Jake Paul's Logan Paul's KSI's like, you know, those are those are for sure like the new celebrities, right?.

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"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

"Those, but first can you tell us why on video ads on Facebook and whether such a strong route for local businesses? Yeah. Yeah, definitely. I mean, we're just seeing, you know, I think that the next wave of attention span. And I think video is just a great way to capture a lot of information and convey a lot of information to pain points quickly, creatively and just, you know, with the right hook, you can get people engaged and really educate them in one adverse, maybe it taking 5 or 6 to really educate. And I think that's more important for businesses that are in a niche that isn't maybe as understood. And so I just think video ads are just very effective and now as we're moving more towards the 6 second type of attention span, it's becoming more and more important and I think just more and more relevant. I remember bumper ads weren't working as effectively as we wanted them to a few years back in Google. And now you're definitely seeing a lot more of them. I think businesses are figuring out how to create a storyline so that when they do promote videos that they're doing it in a sequence that tells a story. So that by the time the user gets to the end of that story, they know the brand they're engaged. I think one of the terms that I've heard in the past is advertorial, right? It's mad, but it's a tutorial. At the same time, you're educating, you're showing how to do something or a value. I see a lot of those. I think some of the products I purchased for myself for health for working out are based on a video where someone's showing you how to do something. And you think it's really interesting. I'd love to have that. And as opposed to being buy this thing, it's more like this is how this works and his is how you do this thing. You know, as opposed to it being by our stuff. I think that the message, the narrative, you know, is different, especially in social, where people aren't looking to be sold. They're looking for content. They're looking to consume content. And I think you're right. I think the videos have that different narrative embodied in them by being video and not just being a banner ad for sure..

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"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

"We're going to be disrupting our normal routine of talking about inbound marketing specifically and an SEO and we're going to get a little bit more into talking about your audiences and a term called disruptive, which is a bit of a buzz word in our industry at the moment. Our guest today is sonder Schroeder. Saunders chief marketing officer at disruptive advertising previously, he served as the chief product officer and VP of paid social. He works with many ecommerce and B2B companies. You launched the Facebook ad product at disruptive and oversaw sales and marketing for enterprise SEO and content marketing agency. Saunders, a legend in his own mind, his mission is to grow people and brands that he believes in. He has a beautiful wife and two kids. Well, I'm reading from his bio. I don't know if his wife's beautiful, so. I'm sure she's amazing, but I'm like, wait a minute. This is coming off really wrong. He's a protector of sweet potato fries and performance station wagons. We're going to have to agree to disagree on the sweet potato. That's something I think I need to learn they acquired taste for. So sander grows, as I mentioned, people in brands who believes in extremely motivated by growth and learning to surrender embracing the now and enjoying the journey. Sauna, welcome to the show and thanks for hanging out with us and talking about some of this disruptive advertising. Can you give us a little bit more background on that and kind of how you got into it? Yeah, yeah, thanks for the intro. My wife is beautiful. So I will. I will say that. I'm reading a byline. It always comes off, and I'm like, oh, he's a beautiful wife. He's like, hey, how do you know my wife's beautiful? What's going on here? I don't know where I swear to God. I've never met her. Yeah, I mean, I got started in digital marketing in college when I started my own ecommerce store and had to figure out how to sell products online. And, you know, really, I think what was motivating for me then was how do I take beautiful girls on dates? And so I needed to make some money. You know? So it was good. You know, back then I got a lot more into influencer marketing on Instagram. You know, this is about 12 years ago, so it was pretty early in the Instagram days. And so that was great, started dabbling in, you know, some Facebook ads, you know, shortly after that where it was pretty much what a boosted post looks like now. I saw some girls. Do you remember those low cost per acquisition that we'd get on Facebook? I remember Facebook ads before there was conversion tracking and it was still a top performer. Like when I look at analytics, it was like, wow, we've got a dollar cost per acquisition versus $7 on Google. So those days are coming to an Android. Yeah. Unfortunately, yes. I mean, it's still very effective, still for a lot of businesses one of the top performing channels, but yeah, the early days were definitely great. So yeah. So yeah, that's kind of what got me started in digital marketing and you know, I think it's been good for me as I've worked at other agencies, Ben a CMO at another ecommerce company, really just to have that business mindset and also, you know, that customer mindset as well. To be able to test and try new channels. So I think yeah, I love where I've been and I'm excited about, you know, where I'm going, but it's been a great journey. So far. What does that term mean for those people who have never really heard disruptive advertising before?.

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"schroeder" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"If you were to look at people on the subway you would interpret their behavior as like indicating that they do not want to be spoken to right there looking down there looking at a book. They're looking at their phone. Their body language says don't talk so what was really interesting about the study. Is that when people went out and started talking to those people. They found that the people are actually pretty receptive and so epilepsy and schroeder's conclusion. Sort of like maybe. Maybe everyone on. The train is misunderstanding. Everyone else on the train because the participants who who Went and talked to people on the train. The conversation went better than they expected. They were longer than they expected. They really liked the people they talk to. They really enjoyed their commutes in. Appalachian schroeder also did some research into like the people they were talking to. Those people really liked it too so it raises kind of tantalizing possibility. That like we're all just collectively misreading each other that we would really enjoy it. If we knew that it was pleasurable. If we knew that other people might be open to it In the plane schroeder works to and this has been replicated in a lot of other studies to no one really got rejected. Which is everyone else's greatest fear right. That people are just gonna make away from weirdo. It didn't seem to happen. I mean it didn't seem to happen at all in the appalachian trail. This basically no no no no possibility of rejection now. I don't think that that necessarily be the case like throughout the world but it's really interesting. It's a really interesting idea that there is like this kind of pent up interest that we might not even be aware of in ourselves that we would like to be spoken to as long as people are doing it well and respectfully and with with curiosity and openness our nobody told me conversation continues in just a minute after we tell you about a free website to help you cope with over four hundred different chronic conditions stuff. That.

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Feeling Stuck and Unmotivated When It Comes to Your Finances

Optimal Finance Daily

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Feeling Stuck and Unmotivated When It Comes to Your Finances

"Do you currently feel like you're stuck in a financial rut. Maybe you're china reach certain financial goals. But you feel like you aren't getting any closer or perhaps nothing is going the way that you thought it would and you don't know what to do next. At one moment. You may feel completely amped and positive about your financial situation on your goals and the very next. You may feel completely unsure about your whole plan finances. Take up a huge part of a person's life and can sometimes feel like is impossible to change your situation. Whatever you are currently experiencing. I want you to realize that this can happen to the best of us. Even though you're currently feeling stock you can still regain the motivation. You once had and finally move on. Here are the different actions. You might wanna take so that you can get out of a financial rut and improve your situation. It's very possible to get out of your rut and become successful with your financial goals number one. Realize you're stuck in financial right. The first step to getting out of your financial rut is being honest with yourself and realizing you're stuck. You should admit that you're stuck and that changes need to be made. Think about the mistakes you've made and tried to truly understand what led to the situation you're currently in completing the step can help prevent you from making the same mistakes over and over again. Reflecting on. her situation is very important

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Artists on the loose at the Large Hadron Collider

Science Friction

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Artists on the loose at the Large Hadron Collider

"At the beginning of the universe minutes after the big bang as temperature cooled the most fundamental particles of matter came into existence so neutrons protons photons electrons and others the basic building blocks of everything we know and see and much way died and to study these teeny tiny particles tucked inside every atom in the universe. invisibly are physicists. Nate this vast instrument one that occupies an entire vast landscape two hundred hectares of farmland. The contrast between big and small here cyber czar. We're about eighty eight meters underground. That the moment kilda. I'm jacob new-zealand. It's great we have people from all walks of life and all over provision who got physicists engineers computer scientists edmund people like me and they're all from different parts of the world i think from the star of the these filled like a mini country so i'm asking schroeder and i'm a experimental particle physicists. In i don't know somehow. When i leave sern i realized that i'm still honing in the normal world. I don't know some kind of refuge from everything else that is going on outside in the world and here science is what really matters. I feel like Since great that it's a kind of a political place you know. The relationship with russia never changed during the cold war with. We're about science purely about saying well not just science. I'm here for art to people as you'll hear science friction with natasha mitchell. Many meters underground this week and easter special from our archive inside the heart of soon. Just outside of geneva in switzerland home to the world's largest most powerful particle accelerator. The large hadron collider the hcc. Now this of course is the place where the elusive higgs. Boson particle was discovered. And where last week scientists hinted they just might have discovered a brand new force of nature or put it another way a violation in the standard model of

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Public helps increase Snowbird Fund

Native America Calling

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Public helps increase Snowbird Fund

"This is national native news. Antonio gonzalez three tribes in alaska are participating in a pilot program to collect data and provide solutions on a community level to missing and murdered indigenous. People katyal brian van wa- spoke with officials about how the new project will change their approach on active and cold cases at the beginning of the year. The us attorney's office for alaska announced that the department of justice would embark on a pilot project to address the missing and murdered indigenous persons epidemic in the state which again tribal council in dealing ham is one of three alaska tribes that volunteered to be part of the project. Each tribe will develop a tribal community response plan tailored to its needs resources and culture. According to a study by the urban indian health institute out of twenty nine states alaska ranks fourth in the number of missing and murdered indigenous women. Tribal administrator courtney cardi says the importance of statistics on a local level often. Native communities are researched by outsiders in the situation. It's very important that especially with such a sensitive topic but our council is able to work with families directly to quantify the issue and demonstrate that ourselves versus having outside organization. Be that for the drive meets with the us attorney's office as part of a forum to increase communication between communities and public officials. Ingrid cumberland's is the emma p. coordinator for the us attorney's office in alaska. She says that a key to reduce mvp cases to establish connections between tribes agencies and to implement solid tribal community response plans. We we really just need to build those relationships and and make sure that everybody is as soon as possible so that we can get working on any incident at the quickest possible moment. Brian schroeder the us attorney for alaska stressed that it is important to establish communication and transparency before crises occur. A large part of what this is is getting all the parties involved all the stakeholders involved to start talking to each other. Now you wanna be able to talk ahead of time and know each other and open those lines of communication to young's plan will serve as a model for hub communities like bethel nome more information about the pilot project can be found by contacting the us attorney's office in alaska and billingham. I'm brian vanua

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Biden Administration Pressed on COVID-19 Testing at the U.S. Border

The Dan Bongino Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Biden Administration Pressed on COVID-19 Testing at the U.S. Border

"The biden administration is entirely full of it that trump denied corona virus and the the severity of. They did even now the biden administration and their circle. Back press flack. Jen psaki are still not taking this seriously. Here's a video from yesterday. it's fox news. Is peter ducey. He asks a simple question of jen psaki. He says hey Madame press secretary are illegal. Immigrants crossing the border who test positive for coronavirus being prevented from coming into the country. Watch the answer. She gives where she pivot. josie yesterday. Who answer right pretty simple question. If you test positive for corona virus and you're trying to enter the country illegally can you come in or not. It's binary folks it's binary answer it's a or a one in digital format okay. There's no need to overcomplicate this. We don't need. We don't need a schroeder's cat here. It's not a no quantum mechanics involve she can't answer. The question listened to her dance around this and try to blame the republican governor of texas. Check this out The other pieces as the question about The testing of migrants At the border or testing of migrants as they're coming across and we have d justin fema have stepped in and work with local mayors ngos and public health officials in texas to implement a system to provide cove nineteen tested and as needed isolation and quarantine for families released from border patrol facilities. Their proposal an agreement would cover one hundred percent of the expense of testing isolation and quarantine but governor. Abbott has decided to reject that so there are a number of. There's a lot of confusion about these issues. And i just wanted to provide a little point of clarity here. They'll larry us that's hilarious. You're trying to provide clarity on clarifying the clarity. You were trying to provide. His outing was a yes or no question and she dances around that. Well here's how we're going to provide the funding for the testing impossible possible isolation so we are letting people in is that what you're saying

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Judge rejects request to increase Kyle Rittenhouse's bond and issue arrest warrant

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Judge rejects request to increase Kyle Rittenhouse's bond and issue arrest warrant

"Oh wisconsin judged is a new arrest warrant for the teenager charged with killing two people. During last summer's riots in kenosha kenosha county prosecutor's request rearrest eighteen year old kyle rittenhouse into increases bond for failing to provide. His current address is denied by kenosha. County judge bruce schroeder. I don't have the authority to issue the warrant. The district attorney is talking about. And i don't agree with his analysis of what these procedure forgetting. The band change the judge also ordering rittenhouse to provide his current address to the court under seal for his own protection. He's accused the shooting deaths of two men in the injury of another during the kenosha riots last summer for which his attorney says. That video. evidence will prove self-defense.

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"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

Riot Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

"Jesus died for your send so that you could be qualified a part of the team so that you could be drafted so that you could become a part of the team and and when jesus down across any any carry that cross any was beaten. He wasn't beaten because he did anything wrong. He was taking your stripes. You're you're send your your failures upon his own life. He sacrificed for you. He took your penalty so that you could be on the team and you know what we must do next. It's believe we must believe in the coach. We got to trust him and believe that jesus was his precision that jesus died for us that he has got that he was buried and he rose again the third day he defeated death he defeated sin. He defeated satan any defeated. And he's alive. He's he's already been there and he knows it. All go to the person that can really help you. And it was september sixteen nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight we were playing eastern illinois and someone shared this verse with me first. John five thirteen. These things have written onto you so that you may know that you have eternal life cannot tell you my friend. You can know for certain that you're on the team that your child of god that you're forgiven of your sins and that you will spend all of eternity in heaven. Because jesus spoke these words he said that if you can 'fess me with your mouth that jesus is lord and you believe in your heart. God's raised him from the dead. You will be saved. So do you believe then. Him and confession is down through prayer. Imbibing jesus christ to be your head coach the owner of the team and have the right to sit on the throne of your life and be the authority to call the play for you and so i just ask that you would pray with me right now if you're hurting. If you're struggling get help and the help that really works as a relationship with god pray these sorts with me dear god. I know that you love me. I know you create at me. I know that you care about my circumstance. And i am lost. I need help. And i met and i repent and i'm a center that i've been living life for me and not for you. I'm doing my own thing. And i just ask you to forgive me and i believe that you sit your best your son jesus to die for me in my place taking my punishment upon himself and that blows my mind that anybody would die for me and i not only believe that he died that he was buried and that he rose again the third day and that he is alive. And because jesus you are alive and you have proven yourself. I asked you to come. And be my coach. S she'd come and lead me and sit on the throne of my life so that i can be forgiven so that i can have eternal life and so that i can be on team. Jesus in jesus name up. Ray a masked man if you pray that prayer i just i wanna scream. I wanna yell louder than any fan because the greatest moment of your life happened today. Let us know about it. Pete how can they do. Yeah i mean if you can just log onto riot. Podcast dot co riot podcasts..

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"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

Riot Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

"He's really made a difference in a really. See that in your life and appreciate that you know i was just thinking going back to kind of talking about the adversity and in talking about that. Different part i mean. Let's just face it this life right and in regardless of what you're doing in life we're going to face hardship faced hardship face ship we've have and some of them were even worse than others and so on but the reality of that is is if you do not have your core if you do not have that foundation solidified in your life. It's it's It could be devastating in any and it it does. It does get to a point where you do question your faith at times. Especially when the circumstances are rough and And and i've been there. And i'm sure we've all been there in in one of the things that i've learned in life. Is that if if you truly give god a shy if you truly do surrender to him if you truly do let him god of your life i mean it's it's like you got to shut up and he just got to worship and you just got to pray and you just gotta be in his word and just really seek him. As if you just really do that i guarantee you. He is faithful. I guarantee you that he is more than enough. I guarantee you that he will get you through all circumstances and all things. And it's and it's and i think in the sports world we we understand that the adversity when we've played i played it i level jays played at high level. And and and you understand it you get that in but at the same time i think it helps prepare you for life because in life. It's not easy. It's not easy and if you can find in that in that time of your life that the core foundation it helps you write it helped propel the does help you..

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"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

Riot Podcast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

"And we're looking at the saint gonna bring in a lot of luggage with us because we're going to give stuff away and we're going to be doing stuff for ministry wise once we're there it's a we go back in and we went back and forth by two three different times trying to find a car that we go so we ended up getting this mercedes-benz base overseas visits over doing ministry thing or visit like the rock in it and so we finally got it but it was really fun because it we got in it and pitch dark and in england you drive on the side of the road and so here's jj's drive in we're going and we have no we don't nobody told us we didn't have. Gps he did not have a co. You did not have a phone back then. We didn't have any of that. We had no no maps nothing. It's pitch black in here where we're at so we went to come to a roundabout in pitch black. If you see one sign that tells you where to go. You're lucky but we probably went through fifteen that night and took a wild. Guess what. I think we need to go here. I had never been there. Steve had never been there. Might dude you better so we did a lot of praying in the car trying to get a fun fun. Part was because i remember it a little bit. We are in a cornfield and we were going in the middle of the dark vilnai and we're in a cornfield but i remembered certain things in the cornfield of where we were actually going and so because we we're going to To a city called mansfield right outside of nottingham and So that's kind of what so anyway. We ended up getting there. And i was a lot of fun but no we went there because we we did a little bit of ministry in the different schools and also skysports was fallen us around and and for the nfl and then also jay was able to london to a call. You would did a call for thursday night. Football down here to share. Yeah because of that we went over. There do ministry in ran into sky. Sports one of the producers over there found out i was to be there so we did a little thing. I did a thursday night football. It's actually turned into a four year career of me going over and doing. Nfl telecast over in in london..

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"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

Riot Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Riot Podcast

"This is an amazing organization that helps out kids through some really fun events. And you're going to get to hear a little bit more about that later in the podcast but before we do that guys. Did you get a chance to watch any football this weekend. We get to talk about football. I cannot wait. are you kidding me. This is a school. This is the stuff baby. I'm looking forward to it and yes. I did watch some football this last weekend. And i'm looking forward to actually talking about it again today. What do you think tampa bay and the defending champs the kansas city. Can we say chiefs. We allowed to say that. Yeah we could say okay. Okay and the kansas city chiefs. But you guys think who's gonna win. Who's favored what's going on. I got a feeling it's going to be kansas city chiefs but that's just my against the goat. I i just don't know if you've got a hundred dollars. Hey guys i. We live in florida and i will not ever pull against the team in the city that i live in probably that i live in right so i pulled for tampa. All the way and brady will show that. It's not just his coach and it's not just the team around him but that he is the the Goat because i live here in florida state. I'm gonna vote. I'm gonna root for tampa. So that's going to be where i'm at. I'm just next year cities. I don't know man sir not retract that both sides there. I what. I could do that but about quarterbacks not bury p someone that you would like to introduce the yeah today we have a special guest. It's my friend a good friend in a quarterback for many years back in the days and many of you might know who he is and quarterback for the reds and quarterback for the for the raiders quarterback for the bengals and quarterback for the cardinals. And so he had a pretty good long long year. He's also a pro. Bowlers also won a super bowl and And he's a man that just loves god and and he's been heavily involved with fca. I've just got to hang out with him. a lot. over the years and Our daughter's share a birthday together. And so we've done quite a few birthdays together and and we've just done life together. So can i interrupt real quick. Yeah i haven't interrupted introduced them yet though. Yeah but he shares a birthday with my daughter my daughter. How many doctors do i have. Your daughter's no no mo his birthday. Johnny oh june twentieth. Well we're talking about none. Other than mr j straighter. They you sir for being on the show. I am honored to be here and You said you were going to talk about football. I don't know if i know anything about football but you figure it out all that but no it's a it's an honor to be here to be on your show and it's fun to reconnect after all these years. Yeah it is and it's one of those things that when i found out that you were going to be in town you came in for the s c. foundation golf tournament it was awesome to be able to reconnect. And we got to go you bob. You and i got to go play there yesterday time. Are you sore today at all. I'm not..

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Interview with Prof. Mark Schroeder

Scientific Sense

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Prof. Mark Schroeder

"My the purpose of mark. Who's professional philosophy at the university of southern california. He's interested in the race reason. Be trash nalty reasons. Value and other evaluative normative categories are related to the monte physical world in which we live investing around grad or left of one another kamarck. It's great to be here. Thanks you want to start with one of your recipes. Persons s stings. You say the biologic of teachers thinks of blood whose behaviors by the same principles that govern the behavior of any other social mammals plus of migrants complications that come from the kersee possibilities of access to natural language. That much fact. I have one you mark. I had no philosophy board in my body and to the interesting to make matters worse. I'm in the business of making people less relevant in essence replacing people with machines. And so in. That context will be an interesting thing to think about so supposed to be have a machine that replaces person would think that machine is in. The machine is thing than person is also updating. There's a sense in which that's true. Also the christmas north at things then has to argue that the machine is not the either right and so if the machine has fully replaced the person yeah believe place a person so so what are the implications of the essay. Push incest yes. So it's one of the central questions of philosophy how we fit our lived experience it into the world as revealed to aspire science inexperience. And there's something about being the business of replacing persons by machines that can make us all wonder. Can i really be replaced by a machine. It's one thing to know that everything that you do is the results of lots of smaller and easier to understand processes that can be built up another thing to look at the machine that's replaced you and feel as important as it used to feel before that machine came along replacing right so The i've got into this topic. Not because my philosophical research was originally about the relationship between person things but rather because my wife. And i were living in santa barbara which is about one hundred miles away from the risk of southern california where i teach and she was doing her surgical residency working about eighty one hundred hours every week and we started expecting our first child and we sat out in the evening. We yourselves how. How are we going to raise a child whose mother is working a hundred hours a week. And whose father is communion hundred miles each way to and from work and my mother-in-law came through and she moved in with us for a year to take care of her daughter caroline and so i spent a year living with her with my in laws. And so ever. Since then i've been thinking a little bit about interpersonal conflict because of that experience and so what happen is i read a very important philosophy paper by the philosopher ray langton and it really helped me understand something about the relationship between myself and my mother-in-law having a really hard time understanding while we were in that experience you And i and that has to do with how we understand each other and why it is that we can sometimes feel bad about the way that other people are treating us And there's a particular way of feeling bad about the way the somebody else treats you where you feel like. You're not being taken seriously. You feel like you're being written off or ignored or like you don't matter so that other person we think you ought to matter to the as their friend or your spouse your parent to your child or your colleague or something that you have a relationship with and that's really the that feeling of being let down or dismissed is the feeling that i was trying to understand in this paper and the thing about it now. A couple of years after writing that paper is that there are a lot of things that we want understand about. The relationships that we have with other people but interpersonal relationships are by definition relationships between persons between people

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"schroeder" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Welcome to the site of accents. Podcast where we.