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How I Wrote My Book 'HTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide 9th Edition' with Joe Casabona

How I Built It

05:18 min | 3 d ago

How I Wrote My Book 'HTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide 9th Edition' with Joe Casabona

"I was honored to write for for peach pit because all of the books i bought That taught me web development. Where peach pit books So i was like in the ranks of people. Dan cedar home Which is amazing so Anyway i reached out to them to see if they'd like to do a second edition of responsive design with wordpress but they told me the book was going out of print apparently People don't buy that many wordpress development books i guess they looked to other online resources for that. But my editor my publisher. They offered me an alternative to rewrite from. Scratch the ninth edition of each tim allen. Css visual quickstart guide And i was really excited about this in. Html and css book has a much broader appeal to than than a advanced wordpress development book plus for a while i taught html and css at the university of scranton. And i used a book. But i thought man. I could update This classic textbook right. it's a popular. I mean a book doesn't get to nine editions without being popular right So i could update this popular classic textbook to fit today's students and one of the reasons my editor wanted to go with me or thought about me was i also make online courses. And now they're they're quickstart guides and and some of their other books come with a video section right away edition and videos for the course so i could tackle more interesting contests concepts and do more of a show and tell that might be easier than you know going in describing a a big long process with words so i agreed and then we had to get into a couple of things before i could actually start writing. The first is for many publishing companies or for many content creation companies really The original author is generally offered first right of refusal. So that means in order for me to rewrite this same title from scratch They would have to go to the previous author and get their approval or their refusal really so they had to offer the previous author the the opportunity to rewrite the book straight because a couple of things are happening here first of all. If i wasn't writing it from scratch the way the royalties are setup. Is i would essentially split royalties with the original author if i was just working off his or her work. If i'm writing it from scratch that means now that the author is forfeiting any any royalties for for later editions. If people still buy the eighth edition he or she gets royalties. But the ninth edition. They don't get royalties because again. I started it from scratch and the previous author did not want to do the ninth edition. So we we proceeded from there. I had to do a proposal at that point Because i was working off of an eighth edition. I had a general idea of what i was going to be writing but it. But you know my my editorial team kind of said you know making your own But i had to justify reasons why was going to write this book so You know. I touched on the important parts like the huge changes that have happened since twenty twelve in the in the web development space in both html ncis s in the browser space There's been a big focus again on performance on Accessibility and things like that. And i wanted to touch on those things in the book as well so There was a lot to cover. I also look at the competition now. The main competition and the book that i taught from when i was teaching at the university of scranton was actually html nc s by john. Duck it. i think. That's a really nice visual book It's definitely what. I what. I've come to learn a in writing. My book is that it's definitely more of a teacher's aide in my opinion. I think it's more of a teacher's aide than it is a. I'm a person who wants to be self taught because yes there are a lot of graphics and explains things really nice but there aren't deep explanations in it. I think. I i think in this book my book. I do some more explanation. Mostly thanks to my editor but So that was that was the first process or that was the first step right get approval from the previous author and then create a proposal and outline

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How a 7-year-old won the battle to make female toy soldiers

Michael Wallace

02:20 min | 6 d ago

How a 7-year-old won the battle to make female toy soldiers

"A major item is being checked off a little girl's wish list after a toymaker followed her marching orders here. CBS is Steve Hartman on the road. It's already the best Christmas ever for seven year old Vivian Lord of Little Rock, Arkansas. But why such glee? Excited over plastic toy soldiers understand you have to go back to the summer of 2019 come in for another shot. It was during one of her brothers air raids that Vivian was struck. Struck by the fact that her army men were all just that men. I noticed that there were no bull army man. No girls. They don't make him my interview from last year. And were you disappointed When you found out there weren't any? I don't know why anybody has not thought of that. So Vivian wrote a letter that read in part. Please. Can you make army girls that look like women? She sent copies to several army men manufacturers, including Jeff Immelt, owner of BMC Toys, and Scranton, Pennsylvania. I've never gotten a letter from a child like that before. But every now and then somebody asked. You have any female toy soldiers? The answer has always been no. Although Jeff told me it was on a list of potential future projects. He even had concept drawings. They weren't in scratches, but they were busy baby boy. Vivian just couldn't understand the injustice and one poor Jeff was faced with those puppy dog eyes, So he's surrendered. I'm gonna do it. You're gonna do it. I'm going to do it. So Vivian put this to the sheep food. She put it to the top of the list easily. Shortly after receiving Vivian's letter, Jeff enlisted the first woman into the vintage plastic military. Today. There are 22 figures in all and this holiday. They will be taking up positions under Christmas trees across the country, And that means a silver has played well from Every day every day. Decisive victory in the battle for equality. Steve Hartman on the road in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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US election latest: Swing states go down to wire after Trump victory claim

Mike Gallagher

00:33 sec | Last month

US election latest: Swing states go down to wire after Trump victory claim

"Take the election to the Supreme Court. A Democrat Joe Biden, says the related election results should come as no surprise. We knew because of the unprecedented early voting a male and vote It's gonna take a while, Biden told supporters in Wilmington, Delaware. Minnesota had gone his way. We're feeling really good about Wisconsin and Michigan and predicted he would win Pennsylvania photographer folks in Philly allocated County Scranton and they're really encouraged by the turnout of what they see, concluding. Keep the faith. Guys. We're gonna win this. Thank you. Thank

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Trump wins Florida, locked in other tight races with Biden

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Trump wins Florida, locked in other tight races with Biden

"Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is telling his supporters still need to be patient but he's optimistic that he will win this election because of the unprecedented earlier in the mail in vote is gonna take a while to Biden told supporters in Wilmington Delaware Minnesota had gone his way I was confident Michigan and predicted he would win Pennsylvania county Scranton and they're really encouraged by the turnout of what they see concluding can't defend guys were going to win this thank you thank you thank you when Thomas Washington this is great

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Trump falsely claims he has won election, even though ballots are still being counted

Red Eye Radio

02:15 min | Last month

Trump falsely claims he has won election, even though ballots are still being counted

"Trump and Joe Biden both have a path to victory as votes are still being tallied hours after the polls closed around the country. Joe Biden spoke from Delaware, urging patience and telling supporters he's optimistic. You heard me say before every time I walk out of my grandpa's house up in Scranton, del Joey Keep the faith and my grandmama's. She's live. You'll know Joey, spread it. Keep the faith, guys. We're gonna win this. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, President, Trump said from the White House. The results are already clear and that he would take the election to the Supreme Court. This is a fraud. On the American public. This's an embarrassment to our country. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election. CBS News has not yet projected the outcomes in 10 States CBS election law expert David Becker on the president's speech. This process is still ongoing and, as was pointed out, and this was a really great point. On the one hand President Trump is arguing to stop the count of validly cast ballots in states like Michigan and Wisconsin in Pennsylvania and Georgia, but on the other hand, arguing for continuing to count ballots in Arizona because he thinks it will benefit him. Correspondent Stephen Portnoy. Bottom line is we're waiting on results were waiting on results from Pennsylvania. We're waiting on results from North Carolina and Michigan and Wisconsin and Georgia. That would make this more clear to us. We don't know where these votes are going to wind up. Now the president is signing the fact that there are leads right now and the boats that have been reported so far. But in the state of Michigan, for example, a third of all the votes have not been reported. Yet. In Pennsylvania, a quarter of the votes have not been reported. Yet in Georgia plumbing problem has caused delays. CBS's marks transmit at state for Marina, which is where they let a Hawks play that was a a processing and tabulation center for absentee ballots. It was a water leak pipe leaked this morning. None of the ballots were damaged, but that stopped the counting and with about 50,000 uncounted ballots, they said most of the workers home a few workers have been working overnight. But the sense is that they're probably not going to finish it up again till sometime this morning.

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Trump, Biden await results

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Trump, Biden await results

"The two presidential candidates are spending the race's final day in different ways after a final flurry of rallies a gravelly voice president trump made a brief trip to his campaign headquarters just outside Washington thanking staffers and saying the numbers he's seeing look good we have a great night in Pennsylvania Joe Biden was in his hometown of Scranton visiting his boyhood house A. Anderson bows great poll show Biden has more paths to victory than the president but he's not celebrating just yet good it overflowed sadr make ani Washington

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Election Day: Biden Returns Home to Scranton, While Trump to Stop in Virginia

WBZ Midday News

01:08 min | Last month

Election Day: Biden Returns Home to Scranton, While Trump to Stop in Virginia

"The final say in this presidential race. President Trump visiting the Republican National Committee campaign in Virginia this past hour and receiving cheers. He thinks staffers Told reporters. He thinks he's done well. These past few weeks. Combination of debate, maybe the debates but the debate certainly the second debate and the rallies were. It was a good combination and We really I think we took off. So it's been really good Joe Biden earlier this morning, stopping by Union Hall in his hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, battleground state in this election. With your basic. Biden also attended church service in Wilmington, Delaware, visiting his son Bo's grave and also the graves of his first wife and their daughter with continuing coverage. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News What will we know? And when will we know if this is the big question as results from the election trickle in tonight, and it could be several days after tonight In Texas, A federal judge Block's a Republican effort to throw out more than 100,000

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Biden, Trump rally on final day of elections race

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:33 sec | Last month

Biden, Trump rally on final day of elections race

"With a flurry of events isn't in. Trump reported to the White House in the middle of the night after holding five rallies in four battleground states. Earlier, he called into Fox News and I think you know, I look at it as being Very, very solid chance at winning. Vice President Biden headed to Scranton, Pennsylvania, visited his childhood home with his two granddaughters. Last night, he made a final pitch to voters in the battleground state. The vast majority Americans they're done with the chaos. The corruption Skylar every CBS News,

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Biden visits Pennsylvania roots before polls close

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Biden visits Pennsylvania roots before polls close

"Joe Biden has been on what he calls a sentimental tour in the hours before the polls close literally home the house were biting grew up in Scranton Pennsylvania he spent several minutes inside I also stopped by his childhood church and a son beau's grave by this made winning Pennsylvania's twenty electoral votes a priority after president trump flip the state four years ago sadr mag ani Washington

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Trump and Biden's plans for Election Day

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:41 min | Last month

Trump and Biden's plans for Election Day

"Overnight, the candidates making their final pitch nobody has ever fought harder for you. That I will tell you. Nobody way have to win this. We have to win this together. We could do this. Joe Biden fired up his last drive in rally in Pittsburgh in the closing frenzy, the former vice president visiting Ohio and barnstorming Pennsylvania, the power to change this country is in your hands. While President Trump sprinted through four states all ones he run in 2016. This does not look like a second place finish as covert cases in the U. S. Climbed past nine million and with hospitalizations in new cases on the rise in every battleground state Died in his hammering Trump on the pandemic until the very end, we're going to beat this virus. We're going to get it under control. And the first step first step to be this virus is beating Donald Trump in a memo obtained by the Washington Post, White House task Force coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes, pleading with the Trump administration to take quote much more aggressive action against the virus. Even as the president continues to insist that the country is rounding the turn Burkes writing quote we are entering The most deadly phase of this pandemic out a vote with a narrow path to victory ahead of him. Trump's focuses on the electoral system falsely claiming that the election could be stolen from him. Trump furious that the Supreme Court ruled Pennsylvania ballots postmarked by November, 3rd can be accepted for up to three days after the election. I think it's a very, very dangerous decision. Twitter later restricting the president's tweet about the court's decision, warning he could be instigating violence. Biden saying Trump Can't stop every vote from being counted. I don't care how much Donald Trump tries, There's nothing nothing is going to do to stop the people of this nation from voted with almost 100 million ballots already cast, officials say tallying them could take several days in some states, and that's not a sign that anything is wrong. But this morning, both sides are gearing up for potential legal battles over the results and a fight for the White House that could last far beyond election Day. Now, after a whirlwind sprint to the finish, President Trump has a relatively light schedule today. Just one stop planned in his election office in nearby Virginia, while Joe Biden is in in a a closed closed things things out out back back where where it it all all started started with with a a visit visit to to his his home home town town of of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania tonight, tonight, Biden's Biden's campaign campaign says says he he will will be be addressing addressing the the nation nation regardless regardless of the results. 2020 marks the 1/100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to

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Biden to continue campaigning in Philadelphia ahead of election

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | Last month

Biden to continue campaigning in Philadelphia ahead of election

"To continue campaigning in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and then in Philadelphia before finally heading home to Wilmington, Delaware. He is expected to address the nation that late tonight. Meantime, following on the heels of

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Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops

WTOP 24 Hour News

04:12 min | Last month

Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops

"Of the axioms of presidential campaigning watch where where the the candidates candidates are are travelling travelling in in the the final final days. days. And And on on this this final final day day of of activity activity before before Election Election Day, Day, it it looks looks like like Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is is considered considered the the most most important important prize prize and joining us live CBS News Political reporter Caitlin Huey Burns, who's been all over Pennsylvania. Caitlin, Thank you so much for joining us. Hi. Thanks for having me. So you're on the road somewhere in Pennsylvania. Why has the Keystone state emerged as perhaps the chief target here by both the Trump and Biden campaigns. That's right. We're leaving Bucks County and heading back to Philadelphia. This is the battleground of all battlegrounds. President Trump was here making four stops around Pennsylvania yesterday. Joe Biden is barnstorming the state today with this family come alone. There is also here. Pennsylvania is key for a couple of different reasons. First, it offers 20 electoral votes. A huge prize for whoever wins the presidency and also in 2016, it was decided by just 44,000 votes that's such and there are large in and at the margin that help Trump When the White House he's hoping it helped when again, But both campaigns say that this is a very close race, perhaps closer than the polls we've to believe, and the Biden campaign wants to take know voter for granted. They're crossing all over the state today, hoping to get every last vote out. We also know that Pennsylvania this is the first time that they're having absentee ballots, no excuse absentee ballot programming. About three million people have requested an accepted absentee ballots. Um, we've been talking to voters who like this process. Want to make sure Their vote isn't to be counted. You know, it seems like Pennsylvania. Like many other states, It's really an election between the cities in the suburbs and then the rural areas where the president has a real stronghold. That's absolutely right. So you're going to see the vice President Joe Biden, campaigning and places like Philadelphia and the suburbs around Philadelphia, which, as we've seen since the 2018 midterms have shown kind of perhaps a realignment of the parties also campaigning in places like Pittsburgh. The president, meanwhile, has been campaigning in areas that he flipped. In 2016 counties. Ah ah, that, you know that include former Vice President Joe Biden, hometown of Scranton, Uh, that flipped from Obama to Trump in 2016 hoping to maintain those areas support. You're going to hear the president. Talk about oil and fracking. You're going to hear Joe Biden really talk about Krone virus pandemic and making that a centerpiece of his campaign. We talk a lot about bellwether places. What part of Pennsylvania? Are you considering the bellwether tomorrow night to see which way things might go? Well, a couple of different places that we focused our reporting right now. We as I mentioned we're in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This is a place where the margins have really narrowed in 2016. Hillary Clinton wanted by fewer than 3000. Votes, and you talk to a variety of different voters at a early Dropbox location, who kind of gave us a sense of that area as a key battleground watch. We're also keeping an eye on those three counties that Trump flipped from Obama to trump in 2016 1 of them is a place that we were over the weekend, North Hampton An area that we were walking around name neighbors, neighborhoods with canvassers and finding trumps science Next. If I don't sign their neighbors against neighbors, you could be in the same neighborhood and be supporting two very different candidates. So those are kind of the areas that we're watching to see. It's basically a game of turning out your voters. And that's why if you live in Pennsylvania, you're likely getting calls from campaigns urging UT either Get your ballot in or show up on election Day. Hey, Caitlin, our time is up, So I need a quick answer on this, but Do you agree with this? Thought that whoever wins Pennsylvania wins the election. I think it is going to be critical to whoever with the White House. All

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Biden and Trump back on campaign trail

The Designer Yard Show with Bret Achtenhagen

00:42 sec | Last month

Biden and Trump back on campaign trail

"President Trump will also be in North Carolina and Ohio today, but first the president voting early in West Palm Beach. He spoke to reporters outside the polling station I've ordered for a guy named Trump. Meanwhile, Joe Biden, also on the campaign trail stumping in Pennsylvania this morning. The former VP and current Democratic candidate for president who was born in Scranton, told the crowd that Donald Trump is busy trying to paint a sunny picture of the code situation. The Corona virus outlook is grant expert tell us we're going to lose doing another. 200,000 lives nationwide the next several months. All because This president cares more about the stock market, and he does you

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Breaking Down the Final Debate

Squawk Pod

06:03 min | Last month

Breaking Down the Final Debate

"Want to get straight to of course the big story I don't know how late you stayed up but I stayed up to the very end president trump and vice president biden facing off last night in their final debate of before the election joining us right now to focus on the issues that matter most your money pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz Frank let's get straight to it some of the top moments from the debate this one from the first hour take a look at this. They said. Elected if he's elected, the stock market will crash. Say. Very quickly. The idea that the stock market is booming this is only measuring what's happening where I come from his scranton and climb on the people don't live off the stock. Market. So, branch I. Maybe we should start here who won this debate in your mind the mind of the undecided. From One But he did not win by a significant mark. It's not GonNa Change Votes, which is the real question in the real question who's going to win this election and did the debate have an impact? and. The answer is that it it still looks like it's going to be Joe Biden still up Psychic Donald trump ended up being his worst enemy. By the way, there were two separate debates last night. If you watch for the first twenty, twenty, five minutes envy you say that you stayed up late to watch the whole thing the first twenty or twenty five minutes Tom. Trump was calm names collected as answers were. Seis, you actually had to lean into listen to him. I was in the hall and I was watching the people around me and they were all sitting forward. Debate went on got more and more agitated with Joe Biden clearly the the idea that there is that the you'd him bothering him and Joe Biden while he did not give answers kind of answers that the public wanted they were good enough. That he did well enough that I don't think it changes the trajectory though. What does your another clip right now and then I wanna walk through what what you thought about it and what those around you thought about the economy came up again when the candidates made their final case of the night. Success is going to bring us together. We are on the road to success, but I'm cutting taxes and he wants to raise everybody's taxes and he wants to put new regulations on everything. He will kill it if he gets in, you will have a depression, the likes of which you've never seen your 401k's. We'll go to hell and it'll be a very, very sad day for this country. President. Biden. Same question to you. What will you say during your inaugural address to Americans who did not vote for you? How say? I'm an American president. Represent All of you whether you voted for me or against me. And I'm GonNa make sure that you represent. I'M GONNA. Give you. Hope we're going to move. We're GONNA choose science over fiction. WE'RE GONNA CHOOSE HOPE OVER FEAR WE'RE GONNA choose to move forward because they have enormous opportunities, enormous opportunities to make things better. We can grow this economy. So, which was the more effective final a final effort. That encapsulated the election and did not show. The Donald trump chest, your four case will go to help. With Donald Trump being explicit being accusatory. Of being very strong but but being negative. And you had Joe item in the language he used I'm an American President I represent all of you. And that Biden approach I believe is the reason why he's leading in. Anywhere from eight to eleven or twelve percent. Now are undecided looking for answers and we're looking for specifics. Frankly they were looking for solutions to what's going on and they didn't feel Joe Biden provided them, and what I think is happening is that it's a choice tween sonal, you don't want and policy your freedom. Donald Trump still presents himself. In a way that others wondering too I want more more years, BIS versus policies that they don't know at aren't. Clear, and frankly Joe Biden may have to really verify them taxes ever talked about supreme. Ever talked AB- statehood. DC. Or Co now, you're going to jump in. In the end. You believe that Donald Trump himself last night but. I. Go ahead Andrew. Frank. What about I? Mean there were allegations obviously from both sides about corruption The president tried to go hard at several points against vice, President Biden in relation to his son and some of these. Reports or theories depending on. Where you stand about them and then of course vice president. Biden went back at at at at at the president about corruption to some degree or arguing that there was corruption inside his own administration. Did I either lay a hand on each other now because what what went on with hundred buying still never clarified Donald Trump was successful in raising the issue he wasn't successful in prosecuting issue is a big difference. So that our focus group participants, they still understand what hundred didn't don't understand the connection between. This connection between hunter and his father they wanted to know more they were upset. Joe. Bind. Didn't explain more but did change their votes. No. In the end I think that former trump voters and undecided because that debate I think they're gonNA come home but Donald trump needed to to radically change the condition of this race in eleven days the advertising do speeches won't do it. The rallies won't do it. The acts won't do it. So that, you gotta give trump a minor victory because he'll bring a few voters home and it will close the race a little bit. But in the end I think Joe Biden won the

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"scranton" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

03:05 min | Last month

"scranton" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Integrated into into. His his his performance. It's one campaign at every level and you see it in the as impressive the and we'll hit the message. He delivered the debate. Tonight was the Sam Elliott ad that they ran in the world series. And all the other communications that they're doing and he did some. Backed up the one thing that surprises me you guys and Murphy and ask you about this. I. Why didn't he hammer more on his tax plan? I thought you know that's what every every Republican hack who's not already planning a you know a getting of a escape plan Venezuela wherever is thinking right now I mean, why not? Why not get Biden back on the ropes on some cutting stuff that's an issue out there instead of basically playing endless defense and then crazy kind of slammed the attacks on Fox News insider stuff that nobody cares about so I think trump just. Trump does what trump wants I mean that's a real Contra Biden was singing the sheet music from Biden's campaign and every level of it is calibrated to both. What we all know from groups I'm seeing Oliver. Florida what people want they want the end the chaos, get the country working somebody with a plan, a grownup versus trump. So every molecule, the Biden thing reflects at and you've said the unity you you said the unity thing plays big there. Oh, at any. Key and I'll tell you you take any undesired or forget undecided there. So few of them left, but you take any independent voters off suburban Republican and the biggest bell ringer is going to be united country to get US beyond all this crap rebuilt things anyway. But meanwhile, trump campaign the campaign is out doing one thing trump's doing every feels like it's the opposite of the Biden thing. So what does trump do tomorrow? Well, just just one put on the last thing. Democrats listen do not mistake trump's behavioral adjustments. I strategic improvement. Yeah that's okay. It didn't happen. He behaved himself. He didn't go crazy. He didn't turn off every person that was watching the debate including all of us that doesn't mean he structurally changed the rice and at the end was he could tell you was pissed those losing so was starting to go back. To wildland trump. But you know the clock ran out and he could see in his face that he thought he lost the other great visual of course, was Malania walking up to him like he was a three hundred pound tarantula and not wanting to get within three feet of them you know just so will your code once? So tomorrow it's the trump campaign. Your your life is now two percent better. What do you do? They will tell him go out and hammer hammer the taxes, Hammer the socialist socialism, hammer those those themes, and trying really draw a contrast on you know Kinda read.

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"scranton" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

02:45 min | Last month

"scranton" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"About debating donald trump. Is. That these are not new lines. Now trump has said many times You know I'm I've done more for the black community than anyone with the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln possible. So they they they certainly knew that might come I'm the least racist person in the room at this. These are things that might have been a surprise. No, he said that he said that did it for as well a a lot he he works the same material over and over again, I mean the new stuff was this the you know the. Stuff that Rudy Giuliani walked into the New York Post about Biden and his son that no other youth organization has really validated well, and I think look there's no doubt that that was the amount that was the spaghetti he wanted to try to get stuck to the wall and in to to Murphy's point earlier it was was exceedingly hard to follow. Yeah, and it's also it's the Nixon. Burger. It's billy beer in the idiot brother idiot son it just it's not central to what people choose you know if you're going to attack someone attack where they're vulnerable. I mean, you know when he was attacking and I'm not you know Hillary Clinton I think was dogged for years and years and years by the right but she also had vulnerabilities and and so she she did not have high marks for honesty integrity by the time the debates swirled around Joe Biden has high marks in public polling for honesty and integrity. He has a high marks for character and so here's Donald Trump who does not have high marks for either of those, you know trying to attack a non character and Biden made character is central argument. In this debate, you know who I am you know who he is. You know his character you know my character, you know our reputations for honor and telling the truth. I- anxious to have this race. I'm anxious to see this take place I am character of the country is on the ballot are characters in the ballot look at his closely Gertie good. That's that's good Biden but let me let me say this I know who you guys are. Perry East German judges here. So let let me ask inside. Democrat question because just a temporary patriot. I'll be back on the dark side one day. Da I got. We got we take care of that before I can go back. We we have plans. It'll be like ten men, the Home Improvement Commission with the ceiling fans where we're going after him. But my put my question to you guys. You know the bed wedding Democratic Party.

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What was said in the Trump-Biden debate last night?

What A Day

03:47 min | Last month

What was said in the Trump-Biden debate last night?

"Let's talk about what went down last night. Akilah quick first impression here. All right. So I was prepared for this debate to be just as annoying as the first one and generally speaking I don't think it was it was quieter and less interrupt. The mute button function was good for the majority of the first answers to the moderator's questions. By the end although senseless non sequiturs started creeping back in also say that the moderator last night Kristen Welker was way better like so far ahead of Chris Wallace several weeks ago you know she kept the candidates on topic she forged ahead with better more relevant questions whenever trump threatened to devolve into conspiracy theories and generally speaking she seemed comfortable being there. So that was the VIBE. But Gideon, let's talk about what trump did last night how would you describe what he had to say? Yeah I definitely agree that it was more toned-down but on the substance I, think trump still acts enlarge part like he's running into. Kept, trying to cast his opponent as a career politician and one who was corrupt he brought up that hunter suffer example, but it didn't quite and it was a little bit hard to follow, and that strategy allows him to evade questions about his own term as well as his vision for the future he failed for instance, offer coherent message on the biggest crisis of his presidency covert nineteen and he at times tried to make the Democratic ticket seem more to the left than it is trump. Seems to always have Bernie Sanders on the brain and several times. He came back to the same point about Biden being a longtime politician who hasn't gotten anything done. But there was at least one specific moment where the strategy failed and he pretty remarkable way by turn to the camera and said, the debate should be about the families of people watching and not what the two candidates were talking about and trump kind of fell into a trap with a terrible answer. Here's a clip of that. This isn't about there's a reason why he's. been up all this Malarkey. There's a reason for he doesn't WanNa talk about the the the substantive issues it's not about his family and my family it's about your family and your family's hurting badly if you're making less than if you're a middle class family, you're getting hurt badly right now you're sitting at the kitchen table this morning to decide what we can't get new tires their ball because we have. To wait another month or so or are we going to be able to pay the mortgage who's going to tell her? She can't go back to to community college there the decision making in the middle class families like I grew up in. Scranton claim they're in trouble we should be talking about your families but that's a last thing he wants to talk about I wanted to say I wanted to tell. Me What is it? Ten seconds Mr President go political stupid. Let's get off this China thing and then he looks the family around the table everything just a typical politician I see that's. Difficult politician. That's why I got elected that. Let's get off the subject of China let's talk around sitting around the table. Right come on Joe you. Okay. So if we're following the logic here, trump is coming off as saying I'm not a typical politician I don't care about your family. Almost. Literally, what he's getting at that moment along with one word trump backed away from raising the federal minimum wage were really out of sync with what's going on in the country among working families. So a Gila, what did you make of trump last night? So I mean personally, I'm not giving US seventy four year old man props for not screaming like an infant during a debate like he's been here long enough he I don't know how to act by now. But in terms of the content of his answers, there wasn't really much worth talking about like. You said trump didn't really WANNA talk about his record at all at one point. He did say that he takes responsibility for covert but then he immediately pivoted to the same old static about how everything is China's fault and other points he blamed. Democratic. Governors and criticized overall continued to downplay the virus saying that schools and businesses should fully reopen but he revealed no plan to deal with the spikes and infections. In fact, he claim that there is a vaccine that's ready and we'll be deployed in a few weeks wad squad we know

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2020 presidential debates: Timing and topics for Trump and Biden

Morning Edition

03:13 min | 2 months ago

2020 presidential debates: Timing and topics for Trump and Biden

"Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate for the first time tonight. This is the first of three presidential debates. This one comes right after the New York Times came out with its big investigation of Trump's taxes. He reportedly paid very little federal personal income tax for years as he claimed massive business losses We should say NPR has not independently examined the tax records that the Times has. But these revelations do set the stage for tonight's debate in Cleveland, and that is where we find NPR political correspondent asthma. Holland asked. Good morning. Good morning, David. So how do we think these these taxes in The New York Times reporting a factor Internet Well, David, I should point out that we have not yet heard anything from Joe Biden in regards to this story. So tonight is really our first chance to hear his response. And I anticipate he will find a way to bring it up. If the moderator doesn't bring it up first. And I say that because you know his campaign has been trying to capitalize on this. They you know, instantly within hours had You know, we're selling merchandise T shirts buttons in regards to this. It also fits into a broader narrative that the biting campaign has been trying to talk about, which is Scranton versus Park Avenue. This idea that Joe Biden's for the Common man and Donald Trump is for the ultra rich, But I will say, you know, no matter how this story comes up tonight, we can also anticipate President Trump. Defending himself, either by saying the story is fake news or that he is smart and entitled to tax credits. Like other people, I mean, just think about this year and within our country and what the world has been through there is so much to bring up in the moment an evening like this, Surely the pandemic is something that will be discussed at lane. From what what else do we expect? It will definitely the pandemic. Other topics include the economy, election, integrity, race and violence trumps in Biden's records and, of course, the Supreme Court. Over the weekend, President Trump announced his nominee to the Supreme Court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, and it appears he has the Republican votes to confirm her. So what I'll be interested to see is how Biden confronts this issue. You know, he has been trying to tie this to health care since Judge Barrett has criticized past rulings upholding the affordable Care act. And also I mean, such interesting timing here on estimated million voters have already cast votes this election season. I mean, does that changed the meaning of tonight of the steaks in some way? I've had such an interesting question, David, right? I mean, polls have shown President Trump trailing. So I will say that even though many people have voted, there are still many, many more people who will likely vote. And so we will expect to see President Trump kind of seek out opportunities, toe altered at the trajectory of the race. He has shown in 2016 that he is an unpredictable and forceful debater. And Joe Biden has said that you know really tonight to be successful. He just needs to tell the truth. But President Trump is a TV entertainer who has kind of a loose definition of the truth. And I am curious how that might change the parameters of the debate. I will say we have an extremely polarized electorate. There are not that many undecided voters. So how people respond to this debate, and I will also say how, if at all? They respond to The New York Times Reporting on President Trump's tax returns are too big. New wild cards in this race

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What to expect from the first Biden-Trump debate

NPR's Story of the Day

03:19 min | 2 months ago

What to expect from the first Biden-Trump debate

"President trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate for the first time tonight. This is the first of three presidential debates. This one comes right after the New York Times, came out with its big investigation of trump's taxes. He reportedly paid very little federal personal income tax for years. As he claimed massive business losses, we should say NPR has not independently examined the tax records that the times has but these revelations do set the stage for tonight's debate in Cleveland, and that is where we find NPR political correspondent. asked me. Good Morning Good Morning David so how do we think these these taxes in the new? York Times reporting will factor in tonight. We'll do they should point out that we have not yet heard anything from Joe Biden in regards to the story. So tonight is really our first chance to hear his response and I anticipate. He will find a way to bring it up if the moderator doesn't bring it up I and I say that because you know his campaign has been trying to capitalize on this they. Instantly within hours had you know we're selling merchandise t shirts buttons in regards to this. It also fits into a broader narrative that the Biden campaign has been trying to talk about, which is scranton versus Park Avenue. This idea that Joe Biden's for the common man and and Donald, trump is for the ultra rich but I will say no matter how this story comes up tonight we can also anticipate president trump defending himself either by saying the story is fake news or that he is smart and entitled to tax credits like other people I mean just think about this year and wouldn't our country and what the world has been through. There is so much to bring up in in a moment and evening like this. Surely, the pandemic is something that that will be discussed at length. What else do we expect? Yeah. We'll definitely the penick other topics include the economy election integrity race and violence trump's in Biden's records, and of course, the Supreme Court weekend president trump announced his nominee to the Supreme Court judge. Amy Barrett and it appears he has the Republican votes to confirm her. So we'll be interested to see is how Biden confronts this issue you know he has been trying to tie this to healthcare since Judge Barrett has criticized past rulings upholding the affordable care act? And I such interesting timing here an estimated million voters have already cast votes. This election season I mean, does that change the meaning of tonight of the stakes in some way I think it's such an interesting question David right I mean polls have shown president trump trailing so I will say that even though many people have voted there are still many many more people who will likely vote and so we will expect to see president trump kind of seek out opportunities to alter the trajectory of the race He has shown in two thousand sixteen that he is an unpredictable and forceful debater and Joe. Biden said that really tonight to be successful he just needs to tell the truth but president trump is a TV entertainer who has kind of a loose definition of the truth and I am curious how that might change the parameters of the debate. I will say we have an extremely polarized electorate. There are not that many undecided voters sue how people respond to this debate. And I will also say how if at all they respond to the New York Times reporting on President Trump's tax returns are too big new wildcards in this race I know it's going to be a long night. Thanks to you US Monday the whole political team for all the work. Tonight. Thanks for having me

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What to know about the first 2020 presidential debate

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:14 min | 2 months ago

What to know about the first 2020 presidential debate

"Preparations for the first debate tonight between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Bloomberg Politics editor Kathleen Hunter joins us for more on all these stories. A CZ Michael mentioned in the news report. Plenty of anticipation for these two candidates just to be on a stage together for the first time. What are you going to be watching for this evening? Cape? Well, I agree. I think that's one of the most interesting dynamics and it's kind of an intangible, but I think it's one of the most important things every time we have the first of the presidential debate in the season, the general election debate And I think it's just going to be interesting to see the dynamic between Trump and Biden how they play off to each other. And so that's going to be something that I think everyone is going to be watching for. I also think obviously we're going to see the residents that these recent series of stories from the New York Times about Trump's tax record the degree to which Biden is able to use those to try to land some You know attacks on Trump during the debate. I think the you know expectation is that certainly it gives him some some additional fodder in a chance to sort of paint a contrast between you know himself and the president in terms of their upbringing and background of perspective, You know, Biden has often talked about Trump as Park Avenue candidate, whereas he's someone that you know, grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and had a very middle class upbringing and I would expect it to continue that narrative in the context of these recent tax reports. But, you know, I think that whether or not he's really successful in getting any ground on that remains way have to think that hey, could find some avenues for that. Giving some of the topics Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. So the moderator tonight has said he's going to lay out a TTE this debate this evening, including the economy when it comes to domestic policy, which Is going to be much of the focus this evening. Is there a sense that the Trump campaign is on the defensive right now given the handling over the corona virus pandemic and the racial protests going on in the country right now? I think that's absolutely true. Certainly from the Biden campaign's perspective, I mean, not when it comes to the economy, not the campaign that Trump wanted to be running. You know, if you think back to January when he spoke of the elbows, and he talked about You know how economy was doing so well under his watch, obviously, in March that all changed with the Corona virus. But I would expect Trump to continue to beat the economic drum and talk about the recovery that he expects America to see in the coming months and talk about the need, as he has on the campaign trail for him to continue in his role to tryto help nurse that recovery forward And so I think that that's going to be an important message from the Trump campaign. If you look at the polling It's insignificant to note that Trump filled its relatively high marks, at least compared to other topics on his handling of the economy. And so I think that that's an area where he's certainly going to try to focus and that's why you know, it may be significant. That Biden, you know, has a daughter now about the tax records in order to try to attack him with that. Interestingly, the day before this debate, of course, as the world crossed the million death mark from the Corona virus, the Trump Administration held this event at the White House Rose Garden yesterday, talking about rapid testing, potentially Trying to show that it's getting more of a handle on the pandemic is some of that at play here. Oh, I think absolutely. I mean, I think that the reality of the current virus pandemic globally and specifically in America, where you know which has the highest number of deaths of any country from the pandemic, I think is one that is certainly a huge liability for Trump reelection bid. So anything that the Trump administration, Khun Beauty try to counter that, you know, I think it's certainly something we continue to see them to Dio see them to see them do And I think that one of the front on which they Tried to counter that is by talking about increased text testing and increase access to testing. And so I'm not surprised that doing that I'd expect that to continue, but I think that that you know has to be weighed against, you know, I I think a lot of what the Trump administration talked without when it talks about testing is an increase. From a fairly low base level of testing. That's been done, so they like to talk about how more testing is happening, But you know if you start out with very low level testing, it's not hard to say that. You think that exponentially wants to get to in

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"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"To we're working people pick up your book and you know, is there a website? Yeah. Please let because there's a lot of people that are interested in this. Well. The play place to find me. It's not facebook the only layered scranton on facebook because if you're doing. On the planet. certainly, there aren't very many people who are get layered as a dame. You can pronounce it the first time or even recognize be. my publisher tradition has an author page for be. There's also one at Simon and Schuster dot COM Those are the the best places to try to find me. Well. We can't wait for the next book to come out and have you on the show and talk about that and because he's ranks them out right right and We definitely want to have you back and We have a lot more discussion and thank you for sharing your knowledge. Yep I'd be happy to come back anytime a lot very interesting stuff there. Thank you very much and thank you guys again for for tuning in. Thank you for donating. We really appreciate that and we thank you guys for supporting us all these years and hope you guys share their show and leave us comments and reviews and check out our not only our video on youtube channel where you want, we want you to subscribe but listen to our apple podcast Iheart spotify, all those podcast outlets just it's called truth be told. But until next time I'm Tony Sweet with capture on. We'll see you hopefully next week. Bye Take Care..

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"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

08:05 min | 3 months ago

"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Religion and I'm just trying to figure out did. The difference between you know we call it new age and religion because what we what I hear you talk about is more spiritual side of than versus religion. How how are these symbols? How have they influenced religion itself? Okay. The classic religious traditions that we're familiar with. MOSTLY CENTER AROUND THE YEARS ZERO That's two thousand years earlier than we are right Traditions I look at our three thousand years before that at least from three thousand B. C to nine thousand BC so. They're actually further removed from Christianity and Islam, and all of the modern traditions then we are from Christianity. So for me, all of those classic religious references are out of date there too far distance from from the material I'm trying to get at to be able to count on. Printing import. because. Of Christianity. NO-GO. Sanity, posters. Christianity poses an opposition between good and evil. The Dogan. Say Truth and error. The DOGO is a very less judgmental sort of approach to things. The idea is. It's not that and initiate who get something wrong has evil intent had just made. He tried and he didn't get it right now you get that another try it getting it right and you just keep trying to do get it right now. Look at how that fits today today. That's a great mantra right and here it's five thousand years old or whatever but that makes sense today right? Right I like that right well. I. If I were to ask you what you felt and owl symbolizes what would you say? Wisdom yeah, right right. That's a wise all our as we. A lot of times I'll I'll I'll come at that to somebody who I know has ever studied any of this stuff and I'll That's five thousand year old symbolism that without even ever having studied the subject you understand that's how tenacious symbols are. They carry their meanings through in very very credible ways. I'm very tenacious ways. So this is whoever I assembled together had mad skills in terms of coming up with intuitive ways of communicating ideas. Feel. These were put there to stand the test of time like these beings perhaps knew that that humanity would be looking at them for thousands of years. Well the material insists that their target audience was a technological one. You don't talk about. Entanglement of electrons and things more fundamental than that. Except to attack the logical audience because all of the references, all the drawings, all the descriptions are only gonNA. Make sense as somebody who has microscopes and telescopes and and whatnot right so They automatically were aimed at a target audience that was thousands of us out from where they were at. And that's quite a trick because if I, if I WANNA frame a metaphor to help you understand something that only works if either what your frame of reference is, it's only if I can pick the metaphor that I know you understand something that I can compare. You know I can compare it to be I have to know that you understand be correct. Framework today. So, to get around that, they don't use just one metaphor to convey an idea they come. Half, a dozen different ways according to half a dozen different metaphors hoping that one of those is going to resonate with whoever the audience ends up being. Fantastic. What is what do you think the pair? What's the parallel between Doggone in Judaism? Is there any connection many of the words? Many of the dog and words are also ancient Egyptian words but are also ancient. Hebrew words. So, it's at at route. This is the same system There is a connection between the two if I had to. It's a complicated path by which the original tradition gets to Judaism it's not a direct path. All there's there's wonder pat down through Palestine probably conveyed a lot of it, but there's a second pass passes over through northern Scotland and then back into the Mediterranean, the at an ancient Egypt the Cabeza bunch of the first Jewish Temple in ancient Egypt was founded around four thousand B C at elephants. And there were a group of stonemasons called the Hobby Ru. Who are either pure or hobby ru who worked Gabala facility, the stone quarry so and that's not far distant from elephants is so that there could connections to Egypt but for my point of view, those connections are not primary. Egypt is secondary to this this other, these other passive transmission. I was talking about I have been writing a manuscript right now that ties all of that together that explains here how here's how it is that the dish and worked its way from go back. To these other localities, how it gets to Scotland how it gets back in Greece, how it gets to? Egypt but it's just like that. You ever stop writing because it doesn't seem like you at manuscript I've got one here. Got Another one of the CAN I've been working on this. Amazing, it's great that you're sharing all that with US I love it. I have a symbol for you to talk. that's that's no way throughout these. Different Cultures that we've talked about in the alien community. What about these little handbags? Handbags these. Men Carry See you Tony. Good. Question. Tony's laughing at me and you said good question because it is something to it. Tony started a question to frame a question earlier about is there any? Are there any simple that carried over into the masonic tradition from go back pay Well one of them did carry over. At. least one that I can point to dig carryover and it looks like the letter h. In English and what it represents is. Energetic connection between non materiality and materiality, and that's a concept that carried over into the masonic. Tradition. I actually quotes an article from around nineteen hundred out of a the new age magazine, which is a Masonic magazine, and there's an entire article about the symbolism of this h has it's understood by sonic tradition It's one of the the references I use to justify the interpretation but that go back to the Teppei you have a half dozen or more different symbols that. That same concept you know how I was saying that whoever put the system together wasn't sure what? Metaphors would resonate. So they they picked half a dozen different metaphors expressing same thing with the symbols. When you go to go back a pretty much every symbol, you can point out there from my point of view there's a rationale for seeing that represents that same concept of non material material energies coming together. That's the definition of a sanctuary. Here's a place where not materiality materiality come together that is. It is that everything is about the material and in on material that does seem to be a real central focus in your way of thinking. It comes outside that's how they frame things and the dog and the same thing. The handbag shape connect to that same concept the idea is and there are scientific reasons for the symbolism. That's circularity associated with materiality. And squareness. materiality adobe shapes you can see them go back with a pillar. You see three three-car handbags shape with a hemispheric top, a circular top square bottom. That's a way representing the idea of non materiality materiality come.

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"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

07:32 min | 3 months ago

"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Yeah actually very compelling material one of the books, I. published. There's a an opening quotes that basically says that to an intelligent mind, this is the only subject they should be interested in the the concept of how how do processes of creation? And the dugout and have a really really good fix on it and using. Cross comparison a number of different modes, number, different ancient cultures. You can as I said, triangulate right in on what what the original meaning was of a word, the ritual meaning of a symbol down to T- subtle nuances of what they intended to say. And all a person has to do is pay attention to that follow it, and we arrive right at a perspective on how really odd things happen like entanglement between electrons and things like that. It's incredible. What is I mean for some of the people out there that may not know ord and I'm Kinda even questionable on what is the oldest symbolist ever been found. Is it through the door or is it Egypt the oldest? Now the the oldest site is right now that. That is a symbolic site is go back to a and southeastern Turkey the problem is that it? It was in use about six thousand years before written language. So most researchers don't have any way of getting a fixed on what the symbols representative, right but the symbols themselves go back much further than that. The problem is that if you once you bump into the Ice Age, you're really lost in terms of being able to connect with someone drew a carved on a stone and what they meant by. That's crazy that about as far back as we're going t tony's trying to hone in on a time period here. So it's about about. What twelve, thousand, ten, thousand years ago it was about when we started seeing Simba's symbolism like. For, my purposes that's about as far back as we can anchor an opinion about what a symbol means. But my my late friend, John Anthony West out that there were things that go back at least another cycle which would be around thirty thousand. We're talking about a twenty, twenty, four, thousand, twenty, five, thousand year cycle like the Yugo Cycle and there are. People like Michael Cream Oh. If you're familiar with his book forbidden archeology documents, things that go back hundreds of thousands of years so. He pushes back pretty far pushes back as far as anatomically modern humans. See that goes back to that argument that it's possible. The alternative of the thing is that it's an advanced civilization that went away but you're saying it's actually in the. ORAL TRADITION THAT People came from another world. That they weren't human. Actually I see see reason to think that all three aspects of this. Could be involved I, and it depends on the era that we're talking about that I see influences that are non material. There's sort of cross universe influences I see F- rich from ancient. Civilizations Such as What we talk about with Atlantis or with Moore with Lebron. Yeah and. See the possibility that there could have been off planet influences. You know traditional sci-fi early influences also and know the cultures represented. There's just one of those things going on we could have intermixed with different things but the symbolic system ties from my point of your ties to the non materiality first, and then you can imagine that if let's say the Dogon, tribe learned something from let's say off planet entities if that happened. Then they would maybe tell other humans who told other humans across the globe and then they they would say they learned from other humans. But really it came from him. Well. That's sort of true except that the way the symbolic tradition plays out it looks as if. Whoever put the system together was extre, extremely capable group and they deliberately instructed groups. Regions all around the world. And that the reason that you see such similarities in symbols, architects, types of you and styles of stone masonry and things like that. That are are match in very far distant places on the planet is because they learned from the same set of teachers. It's not that they necessarily got it from each other they got up from the same common source. I find that with with the the masonry and in Masons I. Don't know if you know much about them with with symbolism with them, it's very important to have. Have you seen any connections that the masonry had you're talking about Freemason Freeman? I guess he was talking about Masonry. Of the old rock they would meld together because my I mean, my grandfather was a brick mason. So he I mean so it's very similar but I mean, but they've all use symbols and. Like, you said the passed down of symbols to different or A. tribes, two different civilizations but I'm just talking about the symbols how I it's important with all these ancient like even Greeks. Talked about the symbols and the gods and stuff like that. So when when it comes to Egypt and you said Buddhism and on are very similar. Now, Egyptian. What is there any type of of rollover into each Egypt of their symbols? are you seeing that there's a connection between those two I know on on I'm trying to think. Oh. Kinda think Anyway Doggone and I'm Buddhism are you seeing any connection with Egypt itself because? Vetted matter of fact Okay. The culture if I had had perfect knowledge before I started I would've picked the dog culture the place to begin because they are living culture a modern day culture who have strong influences from three at least three ancient traditions they have Their language, the cosmological language. Many of the words are ancient Egyptian words music Japan have language to compare things. A lot of their civic traditions are ancient Egyptian civic traditions from around three, thousand. BC. They have rituals that are a lot like ancient Judaism and they have symbolic system like ancient Buddhism plus they have symbolic elements that tie out directly to Hindu. So there's there's all sorts of stuff going on with the job at the Doug or an excellent starting point, and I just sorta fell into that I didn't know to pick it when I started. What a lucky correct. Do, you. Do you believe in synchronicity right? Right. Absolutely all of this rests on a very old philosophy in India called some care which was counterpart to Yoga. And SOMKIAT says. universes form in pairs one non-material one material and the Non Material Universe has perfect knowledge but an inability to take action whereas the material universe has imperfect knowledge and full ability to take action and so somkiat believes that there are routine efforts being made from anonymity aside to..

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"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

09:10 min | 3 months ago

"scranton" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Philosophies and religious symbolism. Today, we have layered Scranton back to talk about his latest book primal wisdom of the ancients while I'm Tony Sweet with Captain Ron please welcome to the truth be told studios. LAYERED SCRANTON How you doing? I'm doing okay. You know we're just trying to make this the best pandemic ever. Hey, you know if you're going to do it do it right that's what we say. Well. We we are excited. Have you here you have your brand brand spanking new book and that's one reason I saw it and I'm like we have to have him on the show and we have a lot of discussions and I know this this could go on probably four our. Conversation but we only have about forty five to fifty minutes. So we better we better get going your book the that you wrote You have so many different books and we were talking like, how does he continually right butts in? Is this information new information coming out constantly or is how how do you re decipher in putting into a new book and that sad, let's let's figure out what is new in the book that hasn't been brought to other books. Okay. Well, what I do is I study comparative It's a comparative study between ancient traditions to try to sort out sort of triangulate in on original meanings on ancient symbols, an ancient concepts The. The tricky has upfront figuring out that we're talking about a single ancient system that as being represented in all these classic traditions like Buddhism and Hinduism and ancient Egypt Ancient Greece Kabul is. All sorts of other traditions. Okay. So In doing those comparisons information turns up the lion's share of which I don't know what to do with. Don't there's only a small percentage of what I study that actually has meaning for me right at the moment and so I sort of set the set aside and say, let's leave. This is an open question someday I'll I'll figure this one out. Well, one day. The right piece of information falls into place and an entire books worth of information falls out because of a is this such a backlog of of things that. One. Culture says that I can't validate against others. So the new book is sort of an attempt to the really is Thing back, a rick calculating or sort of a surmising about everything it's been set in the previous book there. There are aspects of ancient instruction I'm working with what what is described by the Buddhists and an African tribe called the Duggan right as an ancient instructed tradition and so I've always wanted to talk about what what is there about this system that insists that it had to have been an instructor tradition? Where do we see the hand of above? Very Intelligent Group of teachers revealed an in this material What techniques are they using that our instructional techniques ever that someone had to have deliberately put together rather than sort of held together. By coincidence or by accident and so this book is sort of framing all that is talking about What does it? What can you do with a myth that you can't do with a symbol or what kinds of metaphors were being used to compare information and what kind of systematic approach was being taken to to symbolism now, you get into the mindset of what these these people were talking about, and you start to be able to predict what ought to be there, and then deliberately go look for and discovered. Hey, hey, the actually did take the time to lay this out the way I would have liked that if I were putting it together You hit all outside the upshot of the new. Go, ahead. I was going to ask you I mean you already hit on like the big topic of your stuff which is There seems to be teachers at least in the doggone and Buddhist traditions that taught these guys. We only have two options which and I have talked about a hundred times on this show, which is we've either had advanced civilizations here unearth developing. Technology. and. They've got lost through time and one away perhaps the ice age or what have you or There's et intervention whether that be from another planet or interplanetary or inter dimensional. That's that's that's up for debate as well. Where do you sit on that issue? Who Do you think the teachers were? Well. This is part of the reason why someone in my field of study can't expect an academic researcher to ever embrace it. It's because there's no answer to that kind of a question that's going to be acceptable from a traditional academic standpoint But as you work with the material material, you reach a point where you're compelled to consider the possibility that somebody in ancient times new an awful lot that we didn't. We don't think they knew and that. Sir Pastas you toward the question of who could have possibly been. Well, my rule for myself because the biggest threat to my work is my own wishful is my rule for myself is that every interpretation has to begin with what some ancient culture said if they if they didn't believe it was true I can't start chasing that as an interpretation. So the Buddhists and the Duggan who have. A. Very closely matching symbolic systems both say that they. Received it from a non source. Buddhism flatly says the most sacred symbols were gifted. By non human source the Doberman say not only was non human it was originally non-material. So they're talking about a sort of cross universes or cross dimensional influence, but they say this was a situation where some a group of teachers who are originally not material were able to take material form and take action in the material frame and had struck. This is the same way that Moses encounter as an entity on the mountain that the the Israelites your car cautioned against approaching too close because dangerous that sort of an an interface. Although for the NOGIN. These teachers actually took more of a human form on the number of traditions. The teachers took human form ancient Egyptian words actually include pictures of. What these people look like they're represented as being small-statured and there are cultures all over the world that talk about them. In a manuscript I'm just finishing up. There's a traditional academic who says in every called ancient culture he's ever studied. There's some representation that humanity received knowledge join structure from somebody more capable than them in ancient times, and then the academic inexplicably concludes well, it's time to set all that nonsense. And I think if every single engine culture is saying, that's the reason that we wanna and embrace the idea and export at least entertain the idea and see were leads us. with the world lead is is there's some really interesting thing we us to an understanding of a relationship between materiality materiality. Fascinating right. We'll also doesn't it I mean this is the same dog and tribe with with the famous star map right. It. Really is just the tip of the iceberg of what what they're talking about. There according to the dog and priests who are living priests in a living tribe of about three hundred, thousand people. They say that there's symbolic system describes how matter forms is describes how their tribal God created the universe created matter created life. And So, if we if we approach that if we just entertain that for a moment to say, could possibly be true we see that. They have definitions of an atom and the components of Anatomy electrons, protons, and neutrons correctly described correctly diagram they understand how those things work but they have. A detailed defending set of stages produce those structures. So my first question was. Is it possible that that's also scientific? Could they could someone have really known what they were talking about it in ancient times and lit outposts us in a way that all we have to do is pay attention to it. It's literally hard to believe Tony Tony and this what I was GonNa talk about right before we came on is that It's not like they had a higher knowledge like they knew how to farm corn, which would have been a higher knowledge. They knew like intricacies of science like the Adam and. The inner workings of an atom. And things and the universe how it's been right? That's it's really..

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"scranton" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"scranton" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Airlock step into the airlock, equalize the pressure with the outside, and then I step out safely same thing and space I stepped out of my spaceship into an airlock, equalize the pressure and that I step out in the space safely. Saying that at at an equinox period in this larger cycle. When Time The Yeah and then you can pass through. The dogo say becomes possible as possible crossover between universes theoretically. If the timeframes match. It's crossover when they match exactly now that era happens around thirty six hundred BC. and. That's the era of instruction on the cosmology that I believe was being carried out on the end in northern Scotland. Six thousand years prior to that with being carried out Backley Teppei in Turkey. Locations. So I can point to that were looked very much has have. Instruction the same traditional is being carried out by various groups at various points in time and but what are they? What are they doing that for like what? What is the purpose of the instruction to? Why would this these people from this other these beings from this absurd. Because at route when we get down to this dynamic energy times quickening in one universe and slowing down in the other universe. SOM- kiss says it reaches a point. When you have a fully non-material universe and fully material numbers, which is where we're at right now. That.

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"scranton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"scranton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"From Scranton Pennsylvania which is famous for the office it really kind of a good view of what goes on in Scranton you know it yeah I guess I mean I'm I'm looking I've never actually worked in an office so I don't know about that actually ever being in office somehow but I mean I guess it is people think it is like I used to live in England and they say that the regional office came from a place called slough which is in England you know this the American is based off an English you know so so I've never been a slough but people are like well slough in Scranton but that bad you know I love it I can't I love Scranton my parents are there and you know it's part it's made me who I am so I'm proud of being in Scranton but I'm glad to be out do you enjoy wonder when you're back there did you enjoy that lifestyle I did I like it but I have to be on is the the dark whether in the rain it's just it's hard to really got to me I was like aw but the people are so so real and I would like I will never I'm so grateful for the experience I would never trade it for anything ever final question then let's set we're talking a lot about these different types of music you're all over the place so you had to bring three albums are four albums with getting out to take them to the ground but what would groups or singers or whatever would you take with you says that question well I mean this kind of obvious answer maybe the I don't know but the Beatles definitely one of those I don't know which one is hard to take a certain one but I mean I love the Beatles does my poppy happy side okay I love you too are you most of them I don't know if you know that is she's a female singer piano player I loved her going up that is the influence on me that was one of them her to pick me a punk rock group the Ramones I can't say that you mean but like I'm I listen to them a lot in this world came so any of the good melodies you know that I love punk but I like screaming from school but I like stuff with the little search began a melody to three of the Ramones remember what could pull one of their albums fifteen songs all started out exactly the same one two three four bone going to the beach boys I love the beach boys I was down the ticket yeah that's a great out that's right there and sergeant pepper while you can so you have your own so we had a part of history you know I'm glad you brought that up because I do want to say one thing though is we went back of this some of the producers you work with more incredible little about some I mean the group said they were dealing with an impressive yeah only worked with for our first album it's called passion fruit and that was from lives of these and we work with a guy named Alain Johannes and he was he was really big with like the desert kinda rock like at the queens of stony G. he was he was in a band called them crooked vultures with the I. from like I forget you know that's good you know I I but these big people Chris Cornell he work with yet actually written a lane road black hole sun you know that song is like yeah you probably know it's on the radio he wrote that with a couple that with Chris Cornell on his wife so yeah tension rose just two yeah I did that I am relieved that yeah I work with a guy named storm and he was the drummer so and then he was a drummer that's original drummer and guns roses but you know he's a big and he was in another in a couple of the velvet underground or nothing of it I can get a lot of stuff that over but the velvet revolver he was a big rock and roller and in a minute they work for them in LA and then get those with the two two main ones and then we worked with the guy it mean any broken he purchased a lot of cunning ginger while hard you produce a lot of stuff in English were bigger in England and he would he require any recorded every road how is how do we get a hold of some of this great music from the love zombies even you can visit us at W. W. W. dot love zombies entertainment dot com there's everything is on there you could download listen for free you can buy tee shirt whatever you like sounds great look forward to thanks for being with us today house really appreciate it awesome thank you so much I appreciate it too.

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"scranton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"scranton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We hear from Scranton Pennsylvania which is famous for the office that really kind of a good view of what goes on in Scranton you know it yeah I guess I mean I'm like I've never actually worked in an office so I don't know about that actually ever being in office somehow but I mean I guess it is people think it is I I like I used to live in England and they say that the regional office came from a place called slough which is in England you know this non mereka is based off an English you know so so I've never been a slough but people are like well slough in Scranton but that bad you know I love it I can't I love Scranton my parents are there and you know it's part it's made me who I am so I'm proud of being a Scranton but I'm glad to be out do you enjoy wonder when you're back there did you enjoy that lifestyle I did I like it but I have to be on is the the dark whether in the rain it's just it's hard to really got to me I was like aw but the people are so so real and I would like I will never I'm so grateful for the experience I would never trade it for anything ever final question then looks at we're talking a lot about these different types of music you're all over the place so yeah bring three albums are four albums with getting out to take them to the ground but what what groups or singers or whatever would you take with you does that question well I mean this kind of obvious answer maybe the I don't know but the Beatles definitely one of those I don't know which one is hard to take a certain one but I mean I love the Beatles does my poppy happy side okay I love probably tore you most of them I don't know if you know that is she's a female singer piano player I loved her going up soon deadly influence on me it was one of them her to pick me a punk rock group maybe the Ramones ideas of it you mean but like I've done a lot in this world came from yeah that's our started any of the good melodies you know that I love punk but I like screaming from school but I like stuff with a little Sir he can ability to three of the Ramones remember what could pull one of their albums fifteen songs and they all started out exactly the same one two three four but only to the beach boys I love the beach boys I was yeah that's a great out that's right there then sergeant pepper while you can you have your own so we had a part of history you know I'm glad you brought that up because I do want to say one thing though is we won't back of this some of the producers you work with more incredible that's what I mean the group said they were dealing with an impressive yeah well we worked with for our first album is called passion fruit and that was from lives of these and we work with a guy named Alain Johannes and he was he was really big with like the desert kinda rock like at the queens of stony gene he was he was in a band called them crooked vultures with the I. from like I forget you know that's good you know I I but these big people Chris Cornell he work what you're actually written a lane road black hole sun you know that song is like yeah you probably know it's on the radio he wrote that with a couple that with Chris Cornell on his wife so yeah Johnson rose just two yeah I did at that I am relieved that yeah I work with a guy named storm and he was the drummer so and then he was a drummer original drummer and guns roses but you know he's a big and he was in another in a couple of the velvet underground or not all of it I forget a lot of stuff that over but the velvet revolver he was a big rock and roller and in a minute they work for them in LA and then it does with the two two main ones and then we worked with the guy it mean any broken he purchased a lot of cunning ginger while hard you produce a lot of stuff in English were bigger in England and he would he require any recorders every road Hollis how do we get a hold of some of this great music from the love zombies even you can visit us at W. W. W. dot love zombies entertainment dot com there's everything is on there you could download listen for free you can buy tee shirt whatever you like sounds great look forward to thanks for being with us today house really appreciate it awesome thank you so much I appreciate it too.

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"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Mo- surgeons if they're being brutally honest. If you you know Jackson with truth serum they would say Karbacher's we don't believe in chiropractors. They give you talk to a chiropractor a chiropractor would say. Oh don't go. Take surgeon list of last resort. Don't go under the knife unless have to well. The reality is most of us common folk right. Know if there's a time when you go to a chiropractor in time we have to go to. The surgeon is a place for both but for those that are in those particular niches those professional. Sometimes they don't see it. is they believe so strongly in what they do. They can't see there's an alternative so lose the common sense hence side of it. So that's that's the purpose of the book is to focus not just to educate someone like yourself. Rebecca that there's in alternatives in in in simple layman's terms but moreover to create a grass roots effort with financial advisers so the financial advisors now have to listen to their clients were reading spoke. Were hearing about it in open up their minds. You know. It's the same reason. Think about it this way. The for Big Pharma. Big Pharma advertisers all over television radio to us about certain pharmaceutical drugs. Now you think about it for a minute. Why would they possibly do that? We can't walk into a pharmacy and get these drugs. We need a prescription. They should be marketing to the doctor. But they know that sometimes doctors are setting the ways terms of what they prescribe. They can be almost stubborn if you will. And they're not open to new ideas sometimes so by getting a grassroots effort by marketing to US and getting our interest in a certain type of medication that that might benefit us we now talked doctrine out if the Doctors WanNa seem totally uninformed and he now needs to learn about this medication navy start integrating it in his repertoire of drugs that he occasionally strives to rain. So it's the same thing here or just the doctor. Sometimes financial advisers can be stubborn as the tribe or they can be stubborn and what they prescribe for clients and it's the same solution for everyone with your twenty fifth year. Eighty you need mutual funds or when you're twenty fifth year eighty. ATS so by. Educating the grass roots through this book insert the television show in all these other means it allows us to to then get that grassroots interest growing so that now advisors answers come back and say okay. I need to learn about this. What is missing? And that's my real goal because working with with investors. It's really just one at a time and to get through America especially with the baby boom generation one. At a time seventy eighty million people would take a huge the army and a lot of time. We simply can't do that but if I can through this grassroots effort educate me advisors. There's a better way to go. Now I've leveraged the effort in now people like yourself won't be reading spoken won't be as shocking thing. 'cause they're advisors will actually be talking to clients. It's also in a way that makes sense to be outraged and buster and that's ultimately the goal. I absolutely love IT I. My goal is to help people and I and provide a tool resource something that actually will allow someone to take something away from the show either during during the show or directly after and you just hit a home run so I thank you so much for being here I know that you have directly impacted me and I want to thank you for that and they know Oh you have done that for the audience. Today's well weaver. Welcome in his Mark Ledger bigger. And I WANNA thank all of you for tuning into another episode of Rebecca Sounds Rallied David. Tell us where we can tune in and get a copy of your book and watch your show and connect with you if we want to get some financial advice. Well as far as the The books concerned Amazon go right to Amazon. Get a copy of the Retirement Story Again S. T. O. R. Hyphen E.. I have to spell it out because sold.

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"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"When you're at work you're not spending money. I remember number when I first got out of college. I had attended my way through college and a friend of mine. was working the door bouncer and through college and we started in the financial ancient world. That we're we're doing okay and a friend of mine said you know my my friend said look. Let's let's go back on Friday and Saturday nights and let's let's go back to its work at this club and you could be you could bartend. I'll work doors of answer I said but we're not going to make that much money in the money is better spent time debtor set focusing on our businesses and growing those today. Because I don't care if they pay me zero but if I'm stuck Friday and Saturday night working at this club the real benefit for me is all the money not spending. Because I'm not going out on Friday and Saturday by is now to make. It's what I don't send in. The same is true when you're working when you're working it's not just about the factor. Earning money is it. You're not outspending when you retire. You have more time on your hands. Time means you want to do more things things this cost money. So even if you're veracious reader say why WANNA sit. There revolts. Where he's off the bye books? It costs you money so somehow someway your your expenses go up so all these things out there that say that you can retire on seventy percent of your pre retirement income Well first of all those are all rules of thumb you. You always need to be careful when you're dealing with rule of thumb but moreover in many cases that's not true a lot of people will do is take their income and and say okay. I'm not going to be contributing to my 401k. When I retired I have my mortgage paid off off to make my mortgage? Oh by the way in my fight get tax. That comes out of my check everyday. Pray will that's only from earned income so whenever tyron off debate adding so when I subtract those things I can retire heireann seventy percent at like retirement but what they forget is the fact that now if more time on their hands most people don't retire to sit is at home and watch television right. They retire because they want to do things in when most of US retire. We only have so many Gogo years. Right how many will will it depends a ten made for really fortunate fifteen. Go Go years where we can really do all the things we want to do. In retirement where we're not constrained constrain our health or energy or anything else so in those Gogo years you have to plan on the fact that what got you from one hundred percent your retirement income down the seventy percent. It might very well push back up to one hundred percent or even more. Potentially if you're not careful and that's the first step but as you know from reading the book the second step is figuring out how to generate income you know. It's people save save. Save and got four one KS in four threes. IRA AIDS in stock accounts in these piles of money within the question becomes. How do I turn these piles of money into income when I retire in? Unfortunately most people don't know how to do that in for your viewers may come as a surprise but believe it or not icing ninety five percent or more of the financial advisors out there there are also not suited to do that. They simply don't know a turn those house of money into income in a secure way. I would have to agree with you on that and I also would have to agree that all of the things that we thought were safe may not necessarily be safe and you address that in your book and there there was is a real eye opening statement that you made when it came to bonds and mutual fund bonds and might be having having that wrong. I don't want to. I do not want to give that way here and now I want them to read the audience to read the book on that But I will well Make another comment about page. Ninety one an Pam Pam gifted me the book by the way So I WANNA give her credit for this because this is a game changer for me but paragraph on page ninety one and I'm going to quote this however they aren't taught that taught hot that this approach doesn't work in a long term secular bear market cycle like the one we're in now couple of things that paragraph one people don't understand what bear markets are and to secular. Those are two things. I think that our foreign to to lay people when it comes to finances they they hear these terms. Don't understand and it comes back to the word. Fear initial show. Fear caused us to be avoidance and so now what so. It's interesting which you read read was after a controversial statement on my part because I said the secular bear market that we are still in and most people don't think we're in a secular bear market cycle. Okay so I let me define the term is your people don't understand there's short term beer markets and his long-term their markets and within every long-term bull market. You get little bear markets in little markets and we did every long-term bear bear market. You get little bear. Markets Will Walmart's Wall Street. LOVES TO TALK WHEN YOU'RE talking about bear markets they talk about the short-term cycles because Wall Street really I call them the Wall Street cheerleaders they WANNA talk about they want to be optimistic about. The market's as often as they can for as long as they can because they know that people we're gonNA invest with them with our optimistic about the market's so if they need to talk about a bear market downmarket in the stock market. They WANNA make it sound short as possible so they loved focusing on these short-term cycles okay but in a long term in a secular bear market cycle what happens is all of the little bear markets a little bull markets all. Wash each other out. Where for a long period oftentimes twenty years longer investors literally literally getting zero net growth stock market because the goodyear's baggers all gates each other in so my real world definition Russian of a bear market is just at if I'm getting zero growth for twenty years longer will then that whole cycle is a bear market? I don't need some Wall Street. Salesperson Burson NEAT little bull market in here is the bull market was washed out by the bear market. OCTA by mole. Then I'm just going on a heck of a roller coast to ride. But twenty years later I ended up exactly where star right and in in the book we try to teach people we cycles in. What's interesting sweeney? Any study historical cycles in the stock market. It's shocking how history tells us that it's they. They tend to repeat themselves in a very predictable repeatable. pitas fashion and most people know that we turn in two thousand grape the nineties wonderful and in two thousand. The markets dropped route but in two thousand thirteen the markets finally went above the level from two thousand. So a lot of people would say we had a thirteen in year. Secular bear market thirteen years with zero growth. We two major drops in the middle of two thousand. Two thousand thirteen is a big W had the tech bubble and then had the financial crisis in and so people will say well. We broke above that level in two thousand thirteen. The new secular bull market the worst in that could be true except if that were true we literally be breaking three world records records regarding the stock market through now not going to say what they are because as you indicated By the book and read about that but we literally breaking three world records offers regarding the stock market held for well over two centuries so personally I believe in his preponderance of evidence out there which says that you only reason the markets did what they did in two thousand thirteen because the unprecedented levels of government insults all the Federal Reserve printing money to try to stimulate the markets. That's all artificial in in. That's why I make the comment that we still are in a secular bear market cycle in another pre significant according history pretty significant stock market dropped headless. How significant history? It's gotta be at least forty percent from today's levels it and if you're retired or you're within ten years over tyrant a forty percent hit is painful. It is because because because if it takes you know the first time in the tech bubble bursts it took seventy or so the market's drop in combat the second time with the financial crisis its six that means a forty percent drop. It means that it could be six or seven years before you're made whole again before your money drops and comes back during that entire time. You're getting zero growth so if you want to retire in ten years that means that good portion it period might be up just waiting for the markets comeback which for most people means that most of your viewers probably means that it can't retire in that ten years based upon goal in after work longer or retire are assault park standard. And most people simply don't WanNa do that and it would be very wise to know where not to put your money especially by someone. That's not educated when it comes to placing money into certain risks or are such and so it's been very fascinating To learn about especially when it comes to bonds John's or mutual funds and this has just been a real eye opener for me. I I cannot even imagine that some of this a staff that seems so I and I'm not super savvy when it comes to this. This is a lay person. You know triple zero here when it came to understanding this and I read this and I thought how could I understand this with what you just presented to me in somebody. That's it's been in the financial industry who's had training not understand that you can't put your money here and I just couldn't at this just blew my mind. This is really interesting so with what you're just sharing. It would only make sense that we need to know that especially now this with this being presented. We need now more than ever to know where to put our money in and I have to tell you I appreciate your kind words because it means the book accomplished its goal in the goal was to speak. In Layman's terms. Educate people that there are other alternatives. It's you know. Sometimes when we're so far in a sector of our industry we get blinded because we have strong beliefs. You know if you talk to an orthopedic surgeon about.

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"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to Rebecca. Sounds reveille today. I have a special guest who is going to talk with us about finances and as you know I always when I deliver a really good program that will allow you to take tools and resources that you can use either during or right after the show. That's GonNa make a difference in your life in today's guest is going to do just that in fact he's GonNa deliver a punch that really while I read his book. He's as an author is founder of sound income strategies and he's a nationally renowned money managers. CEO Like I said in founder of sound income him strategies and founder of Advisors Academy and has his own practice Scranton Financial Group. He delivered a he punch when I read his book. He's incredible with words and a way to really describe finances. Like I have yet it to find in all of my digging in finances and many of you may not know a little bit about my I background when it comes to finances I actually have done a little bit on giving or providing a little bit in that area I am. I may or may not share that during this interview. But it's not about me. This is really about my guest who is really one of the nation's most successful and respected independent financial advisers in fact he has really specialized in income generating savings and investment strategies. For over twenty years. He has really developed this business model. That has been brought out on in a lot of national levels and it's been recognized on a lot of media prominent media Places uses that you may or may not know of such as Bloomberg CNBC Fox business and other outlets but really. That's not what we're talking about today. We're GONNA talk to you about his book the retirement income eastshore and I really want to point this out because he brings it to you in a completely different perspective. The retirement income east or the story behind the launch of the retirement remit income east store and with me. Today is David Gas Cranston. Welcome to the show. Well thank you for such a flattering introduction. Then it's great to be here. I'm really excited. Because after delving into your book and having a completely completely different view of the way I looked at finances just from the first wait wait for it. Are you ready. Third page I was I was completely blown away the first thing I want to. I just WanNa thank you for allowing me to who really delve into it and be immersed within the first few pages because really that made all the difference for from me on whether or not I was Gonna continue to WanNa read more good. Glad I'm just happy here. We didn't put to sleep because us The first goal of writing a book is always to make sure that you don't put your readers to sleep. That's not the way to get a bestseller so I'm glad to hear that and I'm I'm excited to hear. Also what you feel as though you got from the book that you thought were so that was. That was so different. I mean I know but then again I'm the writer I talk about this all the time on so Just can we hear about it. I'm GonNa give you my notes. I'M GONNA I have to tell you. Page three paragraph raft and. I'm going to quote this. Because what interests me is probably going to be something that interests the audience and this is going to be something that I think. Because has it has to do with finances is going to be where we're GONNA go with finances today and then we can probably go further into your book but it's going to be about finances here we go. There's supposed to de risk as they age most people who are at or near retirement the types of people who need to know to be making these sorts of decisions have no idea and then data dot further in this sentence most advisers. Don't either in big letters I wrote. I don't know if you can see this profound attention. grabber this comes to that came. From a writer's perspective this came from a reader's perspective and this came from a person who is at at retirement age and said boy does that hit the nail on the head. Right there see most people know in theory. At least they should de risk right. You need to lower your risk as you get older. You don't have long time horizon. Most people know that I don't know how to do it. Or they believe that by de risking they'll get such a just a just a poultry return on investment that it's it's not worth it. So what they do is they. Roll the dice a little bit many case a little bit too long and sometimes I get lucky people who retired tired of one thousand nine hundred ninety and rolled the dice and kept it going while they had a great decade ahead of the first ten years over tire meant. The markets did great and if they didn't risk they're probably in wealthier because they didn't but it was a gamble in that case they won the Gal conversely if so many retired the two thousand and didn't de risk well their first ten years of retirement were probably company. I at least one part time job or not more severe severe reduction in spending things that maybe they didn't plan on the day before they were tired but got thrown at them shortly after retirement. And and that's what we're trying to prevent by educating people that there are other alternatives there are alternatives where you can get a decent return on investment without crossing your fingers and toes rose and rolling the dice and the stock market just by knowing that is people. Hope that there's Better way now. Maybe we can de risk when we know we really should in our hearts. This is what I found really exciting too because this was a different viewpoint a completely different perspective active about money than I think I've ever viewed and oftentimes we talk about money money coming from a perspective of going in instead of you talk about this in your book. I mean we go in with a completely different perspective than and I don't want to give all of your secrets away because I think that the audience really needs to read this and I will. I will talk talk about some of the things that really did it for me in here because I know that if I'm feeling this way obviously that my viewers and listeners will too but you know what you're doing and I know that you do specifically by the things that you point out in in here but one of the things I want to ask you is. How did you come to name it at each store? How did you come to that? Well it's actually. The opposite. Is the retirement. Income Store E. S. T. O. R. Hyphen E.. The the story behind the retirement income store and with the retirement income stores basically assist them that we franchise I have a couple dozen is around the country. They're very like minded that together with me. Really build our our model in helped educate consumers across the country invest investor across the country and as recited that. We're so similar that we're GONNA franchises in really streamline it so that you know in investor in La Knows that they're getting the same quality control same philosophies the same treatment as investor where I am in southern Florida for example and that's the retirement income store so the book we got a little Cube. You know cutesy crouch too much. Nobody can spell it. But that's why we called called it. The retirement income store Hyphen E.. Yes I saw the story. Behind the franchise of the retirement mccolm store. I like it because it's consistent like it's that it's consistent. Didn't and I think that you have coaching training with that. I think that that's really important but I like that. There's even more to it because there's something that you talk about when it comes to money and you talk about the costs that are involved when it comes to retiring in. This is one area that I think that many times we don't think about. I think that this is probably the number one off. Most Times often overlooked area of retirement when I went into the workforce and I think that this is something that most Americans that went into the workforce were told. You need to save your money. Where do you want it to go? Do you want it to go into a 401K. Do you WANNA have a four zero three B and that wasn't even an four three B wasn't even mentioned to me until later in life you do you WanNa have a mutual fund and that was never really even explained to me what do you WanNa do. How are you gonNa Invest Your money and I never really understood? Investing in fact it was very scary to me is for a lot of people and so fear. Most often often equals avoid avoidance and so we tend not to go to a financial adviser we tend to not invest asked our money we tend not to become educated and in the end. We don't realize what happens to our money and there's this reliance upon social security and then we find out in the end that there's something else that until you get to rely retirement. We don't know what's going to happen until we reach page twenty nine. Well it's interesting because let's talk to do work looking picture on television. You're torturing me David David. Ucla because you made me do some homework. 'cause page twenty nine for me. You made me realize I had a hobby which is this my my TV show and that costs me money. And if I want to travel that's going to cost me money in grand attention and my children have expenses that even though they're adults are now costing me money was and I was under the assumption that because they were now grown knowing have one and I'm using plural term because I know other people who are listening listening have more than one really expected that because they're grown and they have jobs really are independent but when they multiply so do your expenses and page twenty nine gave me the era realization that I didn't have prior to what I was going to need for my retirement so I didn't mean to interrupt Cuban. I had to go there. I did my homework I love it I love it. Let's good I I knew that someone I understood that there was a book sold sold on Amazon. At least now I know who purchased so I appreciate your patronage But but it's interesting because.

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"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

15:45 min | 1 year ago

"scranton" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to Rebecca. Sounds reveille today. I have a special guest who is going to talk with us about finances and as you know I always when I deliver a really good program that will allow you to take tools and resources that you can use either during or right after the show. That's GonNa make a difference in your life in today's guest is going to do just that in fact he's GonNa deliver a punch that really while I read his book. He's as an author is founder of sound income strategies and he's a nationally renowned money managers. CEO Like I said in founder of sound income him strategies and founder of Advisors Academy and has his own practice Scranton Financial Group. He delivered a he punch when I read his book. He's incredible with words and a way to really describe finances. Like I have yet it to find in all of my digging in finances and many of you may not know a little bit about my I background when it comes to finances I actually have done a little bit on giving or providing a little bit in that area. Yeah I am I may or may not share that during this interview. But it's not about me. This is really about my guest who is really one of the nation's most successful and respected independent financial advisers in fact he has really specialized in income generating savings and investment strategies. For over twenty years. He has really developed this business model. That has been brought out on in a lot of national levels and it's been recognized on a lot of media prominent media Places uses that you may or may not know of such as Bloomberg CNBC Fox business and other outlets but really. That's not what we're talking about today. We're GONNA talk to you about his book the retirement income eastshore and I really want to point this out because he brings it to you in a completely different perspective. The retirement income east or the story behind the launch of the retirement remit income east store and with me. Today is David Gas Cranston. Welcome to the show. Well thank you for such a flattering introduction. And it's great to be here. I'm really excited. Because after delving into your book and having a completely completely different view of the way I looked at finances just from the first wait wait for it. Are you ready. Third page I was I was completely blown away the first thing I want to. I just WanNa thank you for allowing me to who really delve into it and be immersed within the first few pages because really that made all the difference for from me on whether or not I was Gonna continue to WanNa read more good. Glad I'm just happy here. We didn't put to sleep because us The first goal of writing a book is always to make sure that you don't put your readers to sleep. That's not the way to get a bestseller so I'm glad to hear that and I'm I'm excited to hear. Also what you feel as though you got from the book that you thought were so that was. That was so different. I mean I know but then again I'm the writer I talk about this all the time on so Just can we hear about it. I'm GonNa give you my notes. I'M GONNA I have to tell you. Page three paragraph raft and. I'm going to quote this. Because what interests me is probably going to be something that interests the audience and this is going to be something that I think. Because has it has to do with finances is going to be where we're GONNA go with finances today and then we can probably go further into your book but it's going to be about finances here we go. There's supposed to de risk as they age most people who are at or near retirement the types of people who need to know to be making these sorts of decisions have no idea and then data dot further in this sentence most advisers. Don't either in big letters I wrote. I don't know if you can see this profound attention. grabber this comes to that came. From a writer's perspective this came from a reader's perspective. And this came from a person who is at retirement age and said boy does that hit the nail on the head right there see most people know in theory. At least they should de risk right. You need to lower your risk as you get older. You don't have long time horizon. Most people know that I don't know how to do it. Or they believe that by de risking they'll get such a just a just a poultry return on investment that it's it's not worth it. So what they do is they. Roll the dice a little bit many case a little bit too long and sometimes I get lucky people who retired tired of one thousand nine hundred ninety and rolled the dice and kept it going while they had a great decade ahead of the first ten years over tire meant. The markets did great and if they didn't risk they're probably in wealthier because they didn't but it was a gamble in that case they won the Gal conversely if so many retired the two thousand and didn't de risk well their first ten years of retirement were probably company. I at least one part time job or not more severe severe reduction in spending things that maybe they didn't plan on the day before they were tired but got thrown at them shortly after retirement. And and that's what we're trying to prevent by educating people that there are other alternatives there are alternatives where you can get a decent return on investment without crossing your fingers and toes rose and rolling the dice and the stock market. Just by knowing that is people. Hope that there's a better way now. Maybe we can de risk when we know we really should in our hearts. This is what I found really exciting too because this was a different viewpoint a completely different perspective active about money than I think I've ever viewed and oftentimes we talk about money money coming from a perspective of going in instead of you talk about this in your book. I mean we go in with a completely different perspective than and I don't want to give all of your secrets away because I think that the audience really needs to read this and I will. I will talk talk about some of the things that really did it for me in here because I know that if I'm feeling this way obviously that my viewers and listeners will too but you know what you're doing and I know that you do specifically by the things that you point out in in here but one of the things I want to ask you is. How did you come to name it at each store? How did you come to that? Well it's actually. The opposite. Is the retirement. Income Store E. S. T. O. R. Hyphen E.. The the story behind the retirement income store and with the retirement income stores basically assist them that we franchise I have a couple dozen is around the country. They're very like minded that together with me. Really build our our model in helped educate consumers across the country invest investor across the country and as recited that. We're so similar that we're GONNA franchises in really streamline it so that you know in investor in La Knows that they're getting the same quality control same philosophies the same treatment as investor where I am in southern Florida for example and that's the retirement income store so the book we got a little Cube. You know cutesy crouch too much. Nobody can spell it. But that's why we called called it. The retirement income store Hyphen E.. Yes I saw the story. Behind the franchise of the retirement mccolm store. I like it because it's consistent like it's that it's consistent. Didn't and I think that you have coaching training with that. I think that that's really important but I like that. There's even more to it because there's something that you talk about when it comes to money and you talk about the costs that are involved when it comes to retiring in. This is one area that I think that many times we don't think about. I think that this is probably the number one off. Most Times often overlooked area of retirement when I went into the workforce and I think that this is something that most Americans that went into the workforce were told. You need to save your money. Where do you want it to go? Do you want it to go into a 401K. Do you WANNA have a four zero three B and that wasn't even an four three B wasn't even mentioned to me until later in life you do you WanNa have a mutual fund and that was never really even explained to me what do you WanNa do. How are you gonNa Invest Your money and I never really understood? Investing in fact it was very scary to me is for a lot of people and so fear. Most often often equals avoid avoidance and so we tend not to go to a financial adviser we tend to not invest asked our money we tend not to become educated and in the end. We don't realize what happens to our money and there's this reliance upon social security and then we find out in the end that there's something else that until you get to rely retirement. We don't know what's going to happen until we reach page twenty nine. Well it's interesting because let's talk to do work looking picture on television. You're torturing me David David. Ucla because you made me do some homework. 'cause page twenty nine for me. You made me realize I had a hobby which is this my my TV show and that costs me money. And if I want to travel that's going to cost me money in grand attention and my children have expenses that even though they're adults are now costing me money was and I was under the assumption that because they were now grown knowing have one and I'm using plural term because I know other people who are listening listening have more than one really expected that because they're grown and they have jobs really are independent but when they multiply so do your expenses and page twenty nine gave me the era realization that I didn't have prior to what I was going to need for my retirement so I didn't mean to interrupt Cuban. I had to go there. I did my homework I love it I love it. Let's good I I knew that someone I understood that there was a book sold sold on Amazon. At least now I know who purchased so I appreciate your patronage But but it's interesting because when you're at work you're not spending money. I remember number when I first got out of college. I had attended my way through college and a friend of mine. was working the door bouncer and through college and we started in the financial ancient world. That we're we're doing okay and a friend of mine said you know my my friend said look. Let's let's go back on Friday and Saturday nights and let's let's go back to its work at this club and you could be you could bartend. I'll work doors bouncer. I said but we're not going to make that much money in the money is better spent time debtor set focusing on our businesses and growing those today. Because I don't care if they pay me zero but if I'm stuck Friday and Saturday night working at this club the real benefit for me is all the money not spending. Because I'm not going out on Friday and Saturday by is now to make. It's what I don't send in. The same is true when you're working when you're working it's not just about the factor. Earning money is that. You're not outspending when you retire. You have more time on your hands. Time means you want to do more things things this cost money. So even if you're veracious reader say why WANNA sit. There revolts. Where he's off the bye books? It costs you money so somehow someway your your expenses go up so all these things out there that say that you can retire on seventy percent of your pre retirement income Well first of all those are all rules of thumb you. You always need to be careful when you're dealing with rule of thumb but moreover in many cases that's not true a lot of people will do is take their income and and say okay. I'm not going to be contributing to my 401k. When I retired I have my mortgage paid off off to make my mortgage? Oh by the way in my fight get tax. That comes out of my check everyday. Pray will that's only from earned income so whenever tyron off debate adding so when I subtract those things I can retire heireann seventy percent of my retirement but what they forget is the fact that now if more time on their hands most people don't retire to sit is at home and watch television right. They retire because they want to do things in when most of US retire. We only have so many Gogo years. Right how many will will it depends a ten made for really fortunate fifteen. Go Go years where we can really do all the things we want to do. In retirement where we're not constrained restrain our health or energy or anything else so in those Gogo years you have to plan on the fact that what got you from one hundred percent your retirement on down the seventy percent. It might very well push back up to one hundred percent or even more. Potentially if you're not careful and that's the first step but as you know from reading the book the second step is figuring out how to generate income you know. It's people save save..

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"scranton" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"scranton" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional

"June eight glorify God in your body. You were bought with a price so glorify God in your body for Scranton, six twenty worship is a term we use to cover all the acts of the heart and mind and body that intentionally express the infinite worth of God, this is what we were created for it might be singing church. It might be sweeping the kitchen floor. Don't just think about worship services. When you think about worship. That is a huge limitation, which is not in the bible. All of life is supposed to be worship. Take breakfast. For example, I Corinthians ten thirty one says, whether you eat, or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God, now, eating and drinking, are about his basic. Iq as you can get what could be more real or more ordinarily human than eating and drinking and Paul says in effect, let your eating and drinking be or ship or take six Paul says the alternative to fornication is worship flee from sexual immorality, every other sin person commits his outside the body, but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body. Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God, you are not your own for you were bought with a price so glorify God in your body for Theun six eighteen to twenty that is worship with your body, by the way you handle your sexuality or take? Death for a final example. We will experience death in our bodies. In fact, it will be the last act of the body on this earth. The body bids farewell, how shall we worship in that last act of the body, we see the answer in Philippians one twenty and twenty one poll says that his hope is that Christ would be magnified worshiped, shown to be worthy in his body by death. Then he adds four to me to die is gain. We express the infinite worth of Christ in dying by counting death as gain you have a body, but it is not yours. You were bought with a price, so glorified. God in your body. You are alw-. Always in a temple always worship.

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"scranton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"scranton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Hope he likes tampa and scranton wilkesbarre who doesn't love scranton wilkesbarre he'd be a wilkesbarre penguin fan president trump the white house cancel the eagles visit scheduled vermeil president sites national anthem disagreements and an expected small turn out as the reasons so not only does he ruin it right but then he insults them by saying no one's gonna show up right that you mean the team wouldn't show up turnout wise player wise or i feel fan wise i saw a report tonight that i know he meant the team apparently only like ten guys we're gonna come so it's a failure right all right so game four of the stanley cup finals is going on right now third period underway in what is turning into a disastrous stanley cup final which is exactly what's happening you cannot have this carver high and tell me that this is entertaining a four nothing game and a three to one game they've outscored them fourteen two nine now in the finals the washington capitals are pounding the vegas golden knights into the desert they are finished not only are they finished tonight they're finished in the series i think the numbers are staggering ninety some percent of teams that go up three one win literally thirty one of the last thirty two that did it yes the series is over if the cavs win tonight i don't see the nights winning three in a row i really thought saturday night was the backbreaker for them that was the first time in the entire playoff where the nights just look flat they didn't look right well what do you call it tonight tonight i i didn't think they came out the same way they did saturday okay i understand they got they got bombarded they're in the first and got down three nothing but it had a different feel to me i don't know they're finished another huge week of games in the finals hockey goes back to vegas for game five thursday night debbie their funeral who says.

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"scranton" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"scranton" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"He's a scranton that bureaucratic era stock and grant in later years with when asked flip yesterday for would tell people stood for absolutely nothing but a kind of a statement about him it has a symbolic quality that um this names we know by with something imposed on him rather than something that he had fully chosen in another paradox with grant was he was unflappable cool almost fearless mean like we'll talk about in the war like bombs be going off by me he would just would ignore it but the same time he had this aversion towards his death like even he even when he ate food like the meat had to be like charred to a charcoal briquet yeah tax happy right you know what happened when he was growing up in this small town since half bust uh ohio his father's uh tenor in the main town of his boyhood georgetown the tannery was directly crossstreets twostorey house so the fumes from the tenri would waft into ulises second floor bedroom and he founded revolting there was nothing that he hated more than working in the tenri not on because the odors that would be rats running around there was very vile atmosphere and this left him with the permanent squeamishness centered for the rest of his life he could never eat meat swimming in its own blood or juices every meet would have to be burnt with krispy said he can never you know eat the flesh of anything that worked two two legs he was extraordinarily finicky about food and those were kind of child who versions that he never overcame kinda funny for a man who was derided this this filthy bush.

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"scranton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"scranton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One these are the comfort show the comfort movies the things that you can put on and enjoy for six hours at a time and if you take a nap at okay hi i had a friend that that did this similar thing only was when he was six so he would like texting be that he would be like i am lord of the ring say binge watching all of the movie and even if that sick and was gonna take him a few days to recover dental or lawyering sessional longtime that go ahead one have you been that sick recently no no thirty healthy guy narcan would here uh uh i i really need to hit that one hard here pretty soon now yeah and always for me it's this simpson's season's three through nine own length also very particular for for a hangover show because i know those shows by heart i know all aligns it's like you cat with sex in the city ah it's just like you know all the lines with you know it you know all the beads and the laughs and you're just watching you're like and then they'll be jokes and other things that you forget because you have a variety of in a long time here's like oh it's just it's a nice warm hangover hug at so he got your snack putting your in your heating play it and you're doing the thing missing so i love all those and you know at the office i'm glad that ryan brought that up because that one the line classic in it's one of those things that the shows it's only been off the air for four years but then you go back and revisited in you're like oh my gosh those are so funny and they are so class by the way a little cat trivia here yeah cat facts i like to call it had cap via text i grew up in scranton north dakota which is literally named after scranton pennsylvania where the offices said we are a mining town named after that town so i have a nice little scranton connection there nice and also the classic i feel like v classic thing.

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