35 Burst results for "Second Answer"
The Dan Bongino Show
Jeff James: A Stronger Perimeter Can Save Lives
"Know we call them the ingress and egress They're not impenetrable But what we did in the secret services you're not setting up an impenetrable fortress I mean Jeff a lot of what you and I use that do incite advances was pipe and drape Literally a drape with no ballistic capabilities whatsoever So you might say well why use it People can shoot through it Well the answer is because if you're inside the pipe and drape I know you shouldn't be there I mean a lot of these things like hardening and entrance just with locks Well they can shoot through the glass Well they may But then they're going to have to shoot through the glass and announce themselves first I mean the point I think you're trying to make is I get these questions a lot from people understandably inexperienced in this space They're not being rude Well you put a wall there You can just get a ladder Yeah but then you got to walk down the street with a ladder which kind of looks strange So if you could expound on that a bit Yeah and the time it takes So we talked about they've been talking about the 14 minutes that took for the police to respond So that she set off an alarm yesterday when she started shooting that gave everybody in that building And when you watch the body cam video you hear the alarms going off Somebody pull an alarm everybody locked down and it prevented further bloodshed But she tripped her own wire by shooting through the door If it would have been a case where she just kind of opened the door and walked in and you had kids in the hall maybe go into the bathroom Imagine the carnage that that would have caused So yeah if you could find a way to cause somebody even 5 extra seconds to get inside your perimeter it's going to give you time to get kids to a safe space or if it's a workplace your employees to a safe space and it's going to save lives
The Dan Bongino Show
Jeff James: Bad Guys Do Surveillance of Targeted School Violence
"Jeff some practical things When you're consulting in this targeted school violence space what are some practical things people can do You know I've thrown some out in the past It's probably a good idea to get together with your local police department If you haven't already at the school you get blueprints of the school out there so police officers you have seen it have walked through it They're not guessing when they show up What are some things you're telling principles and parents Well the first thing I tell anybody I consult with is you need to get rid of the mindset that it can't happen here It is a dangerous immune responsible mindset And I still have people Dan is harder to believe that who say that to me today And if you go to a school board meeting and you hear a school board member or an administrator your kids school say something like that you need to vote them out of office Next turnaround because look the bad guys do surveillance and we saw that yesterday that this person did surveillance of those two schools and passed on the one that she knew they had security just to go to this one because it was a softer target So if you have people who are sitting in charge of the school saying it won't happen here dangerous mindset you got to get that changed The other thing is hardening your perimeter and people say to me wow security is expensive and my answer as well Security is not expensive it's priceless So when you find ways to make your doors hard and so we can prevent what happened yesterday where some in the same thing that happened in sandy hook They just shoot through the glass and walk into the building Those two things of denying that mindset that it can't happen here and denying entry of bad guys to your building those are the two most important things right off the bat
The Dan Bongino Show
Jeff James: Better to Report Potential Threats Now & Apologize Later
"One of the reasons at least in the past maybe not now but you'd hesitate to call the police and say you know I don't want to get this person to charge just blowing off some steam People say dumb things all the time And they do but the sad reality job is we live in a very different time right now There's a copycat effect There's social media we live in an age where violence is inconsequential glorified and you bathe in it all day You have easy access to hardcore pornography hardcore violence at the tip of your fingertips What do you got to do Clicking on 18 button I mean it's a different world I'm not blaming taking a cheap route on some video games or the movies that's those are two those answers are too simple They may be factors depending on your exposure to this kind of stuff But that's not the reason We're just in a different time and because we're in that time this is not the time to just gap it off and say well they're just blowing off some steam It's our responsibility to do something about it Right And let the investigators figure it out Let the experts figure it out If you have a question you make a call the police will talk to them Maybe they'll get them some counseling And it worst maybe you have to apologize to that person but at best you've prevented a tragedy
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
More Details on the Nashville School Shooting
"I have prayed for the children, and for their siblings, and for their parents, and for their grandparents. And for every member of the school I paid prayed for the staff and prayed for the killer and her family. The killer is obviously unbalanced, as they all are. Now, many people want to talk about gun control today. To which I always respond the same way after a mass shooting. And then we have a couple of these stories every year. A couple of these dreadful mornings every year. I always say the same thing. What would you do? What governor Glenn youngkin is doing is pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into mental health treatment. And open resources for people who are suffering. And no, and if self diagnosed or their parents or family or friends know that they'd fallen into the darkness and they, the answer here is not a ban on AR-15. I mean, that shed pistols as well as AR-15. That's not it. The answer is, what do we do? To stop our young people from careening. And it's not a large percentage of people who are trapped in psychotic killing madness. It's significant enough, but I'll play for you the police captain yesterday. Please chief John Drake, identifying the shooter, he will use her name. I will not cut number 6. Thank you, mayor Cooper, again, thank you all for being here. Just an update from today's press conference. We've identified the shooter as Audrey Hale, 28 year old female that lived in the natural area. We have investigations ongoing now at the residence on brightwood avenue. And we have made contact with the father that lived at that residence and our putting together more information information.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Turning the Transgender Tide With Riley Gaines
"Now is Riley gaines. A former professional and professional former college athlete and swimmer who had a compete against Thomas, the man who is a cheater and she should have probably won the national championship if it wasn't for the man. Riley, welcome to the program last time you were here. We made a lot of headlines. And so welcome back. Well, thank you so much for having me on again, Charlie. Of course. All right, I'm gonna play this piece of tape for our audience. This is an ESPN little biopic, if you will. Celebrating women's history month by showing a man. Thomas, play cut 18. In 2022, swimmer Leah Thomas became the first transgender athlete to win an NCAA Division I championship by winning the 500 freestyle. The Texas native competed for three seasons on the men's swim team at the University of Pennsylvania. She began her transition after her sophomore season. She said she holds her persistence, serves a larger purpose. People will say, oh, she just transitioned, so she would have an advantage. They could win. I transitioned to be happy. Why are the women at ESPN putting up with this? I don't know, Riley, your thoughts. I have no idea why the women are putting up with this. I don't understand. It's like they don't see the irony of celebrating a man during women's history month. How are these women okay within? It begs the question, where are the feminists? Where are the women? Where is the group who wore the pink hats? Who wanted to empower women real women? I can't even answer that. I will say though that I just admire states shield who's an ESPN reporter. She does SportsCenter, I believe. And she stood up to this and she said this is wild. This is wrong. She recognizes the differences between men and women, men and women, and why it's unfair and harmful for women to have men and women sports and in our locker rooms.
Pray the Word with David Platt
Living for a Different Kingdom
"John chapter 18 verse 36 Jesus answered my kingdom is not of this world. If my kingdom were of this world, my servants would have been fighting, that I might not be delivered over to the Jews, but my kingdom is not from the world. There's a lot we could discuss here as Jesus is facing pilot about to head to the cross and this interaction with him. Even what he says later, he says, for this purpose I was born for this purpose, I've come into the world to bear witness to the truth and everyone who is of the truth listens to my voice. Oh, there's so much we could talk about there, but the reason why I want us to pray specifically for universe 36 is because of the simple reminder it gives you and me today that were not living for kingdoms in this world. We're not living for countries in this world. We're living for a kingdom that's not from the world. And a country that is to come and that changes the way we live and whatever country we are in. And it changes the purpose for which we live here. Our eyes are fixed on another kingdom, a kingdom to come. This is how Jesus taught us to pray our father in heaven all would be your name. Your kingdom come. This is what we're wanting. That's like the first thing we pray. After the hollowing of God's name and all the earth for his kingdom to come, and it's why we pray and most every one of these podcast episodes for unreached people groups in the world because of Jesus words in Matthew 24 about his kingdom, how the gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed as a testimony to all the nations and then the end will come. We want to see his kingdom come, which means we want to see people from every nation and drive and tongue bowing down to Jesus as king and experiencing the love and beauty and glory of Jesus as king. This is what we live for. Not anything else in this world. We live for a kingdom that's not of this world
AP News Radio
Wild beat Kraken 5-1 behind Boldy's 2nd hat trick in 8 days
"The wild's 5 one win over the kraken keeps Minnesota in control of first place in the central division. Matt baldy had a natural hat trick after Jake Middleton opened the scoring late in the first period. Baldi is two goals shy of 30 following his second hat trick in 8 days. While I'm answer playing great. Hopefully you guys are giving them a lot of credit. You look at some of those goals, just put it on a tee for me. Mark Andre flurry handled 35 shots. Liking the cracking until Jaden Schwartz scored with 9 minutes left. Ryan Hartman also scored for the wild. The kraken have dropped 6 of 9 as they try to nail down a wild card birth and just their second season. I'm Dave ferry.
Chuck Todd Doesn't Understand the Concept of an NDA
"Anyway I want you to hear some of this Really to listen to chuck Todd what you think of this guy cut 11 go But what are you supposed to put in his personal ledger Seriously what would he put in this personal ledger Payment for hush money to quiet an affair that I claim I never had So my family doesn't get embarrassed for this ledger There's nothing wrong with that You keep saying what should be the lecture Should it be the truth Chuck Would you ever put a floor paragraph sentence to a ledger Chuck you're being honestly I think you're being a little petty when you're looking at this now because there is no 5 minute obligation You can put whatever you want in your own personal lecture Slow down here Chuck chuck Isn't it amazing This is called a non disclosure agreement Why would you put anything in your ledger So my question to chuck has has meet the depressed ever signed non disclosure agreements Why don't you release them Chuck chuck I'm not done Has NBC ever signed non disclosure agreements Now Comcast owns NBC as Comcast ever signed on disclosure agreements Chuck I'm talking to you are you awake The answer is of course they have All of them have You know the lawsuit brought by that kid whose name I can't remember mister producer at the Jefferson memorial Remember when they got in his face and they smeared the kid and they brought it Nicholas Sandman Whatever happened to that against The Washington Post Well there's a nondisclosure grid How about the suit against CNN There's a nondisclosure agreement Oh Who knew Well what's in the nondisclosure agreement I don't know
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Protests Continue to Roil Across Israel and France
"Continue to roil across Israel and France all night long in this morning is Israel considers prime minister Netanyahu and his coalition. Our gathering to consider whether or not to pause the legislation, which is now reached the floor of the platinum session, the Connecticut can pass it, I believe, with one rating they've done all the amendments they worked all weekend. They're right up on the brink of winning. About hundreds of thousands of Israelis don't like it. Same people that voted against Netanyahu and the coalition, you know, a few months ago I don't like it. So they're out in the streets. They've closed Ben Gurion Airport this morning. Port is closed. In France, protesters who lost the election in Macron are now being joined by black clad anarchists and are burning down buildings in various parts in and has put out a story this morning. Is it safe to travel to France? The answer is yeah, but know what you're doing is going to be garbage on the street. So both countries have to decide whether or not their leaders who recently won, and I just remember when prime minister Liz truss, she's now a former prime minister Liz truss blinked when she won the election over Rishi sunak to replace Boris Johnson Great Britain last year, she put out a budget, the left wing exploded, a panicked financial elite, and she blinked and her government felt. And I think you have to consider that Netanyahu and Macron both look at what happened to trust. Indeed, they have to look a little bit at what happened to Donald Trump in 2017 when traps were laid for him by the outgoing Obama administration, and they have to consider, do I blink now if I blink, will it all fall apart?
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Mark Meckler: Polling Suggests an Indictment Would Not Hurt Trump
"You have worked with the Trafalgar group over the passage of time to gauge public opinion on a number of topics and there's a new one concerning this issue of whether or not president Trump might be indicted by a grand jury in New York. Tell us about the poll that you answered that they put out in the field on that. Yeah, this is something that we do regularly. I travel below over the country meeting with grassroots taxes. I get a feel for what people are thinking, but our goal is to get the scientific view on what they're thinking. So we're asking folks if we thought if they thought it would hurt or help president Trump's campaign if you were indicted or if it would make no difference. Amazingly, what we found is almost 75 percent, 74.2% of Americans say it will either help him or it won't hurt him in any way. It won't make any kind of a difference. So these are incredible numbers when you think three quarters of Americans believe that either health Donald Trump or it doesn't hinder Donald Trump in any way doesn't make a difference. It shows how badly miscalculating the Democrats are in regard to this.
The Charlie Kirk Show
A Special Conversation Between Charlie and Dennis Prager
"Dennis, there's so many important things we could talk about, but I do want to focus on your remarkable work on the first 5 books of the Bible, the pentateuch, the books and Moses, the Torah, which I think you understand better than almost any living person on the planet today and how it applies to today's time, which is honestly the most important. But one of the things you talk about that I think can frame this discussion is something I have repeated is the first 11 books of genesis in particular layout distinctions. You were talking about this earlier, which is God created a world where distinctions matter. And since the 1970s, the left has done everything they can to destroy distinctions. Talk about what distinctions God set up in creation and why does it matter? I wrote this first in the 1980s, so this is not new, and I knew then how dangerous the left was the left is the anti Bible. That's what they are. It is the antithesis of the Bible. And I like to share with you, I know you've heard you've heard me and you've read me on this. I'm very flattered. What did God do after creating the world? What did God do the other 6 days? And whether you take day literally or not is of no interest to me, I happen to think it means era because yom in Hebrew means era just as it does in English. If you say in our day, you don't mean today. But it doesn't matter if you take it literally, I don't have a problem with you. But what did God do the other 6 days? What did he do? And the answer is God made order. The left makes disorder. To understand the left you must understand it is a force for chaos. Because it's very hard to understand the left. If you say you were Christian I'm a Jew, so tell me, where do I go to know what you believe? I'd say, yeah, read the Bible. Very simple, okay? Why would you say, what would a left to say, The New York Times? Okay. By the way, that may well be an honest answer that is correct. But they don't know where to send. You because it's not written. It is, it's felt,
The Officer Tatum Show
Frank Sontag, Founder of Kingdom Me’s Gathering, Shares His Story
"Frank sontag, welcome to the officer Tatum show. Carl, that's great to see you again. Glad to be back on the program. Thank you. Absolutely. Absolutely. I love having you on. We've been trying to connect podcast wise, different time zones. So hopefully soon we'll make that happen, but I love having you here to talk about to talk about your men's ministry. First off, give us a little background, Frank about your own personal story, and then why you decided to found this kingdom man's gathering ministry. I was raised as a Catholic and walked away from the church in high school when I decided that I had enough of quote unquote religion. And went out in the world, bought a motorcycle in 1984 at a very serious crash, which caused me to reassess my life at the age of 28. I fell into the new age movement, which for the listeners and for the viewers that don't know what new wage is, it's loosely put truth in all religions, love is the answer, all pas lead to God, spiritual, but not religious. And that kind of appeal to me in the aftermath of a situation that I knew I shouldn't have survived. I was reared in on my motorcycle by someone doing a 110 miles an hour. Obviously here to talk about it. Yep. Life-changing moment for 25 years, I was a new age teacher in Southern California, seminars, workshops, speaking engagements, thousands of people. I actually thought I was doing good in the world, spiritually speaking, but when it came to God and the Bible, never really opened the Bible. We had catechism growing up. 25 years after this momentous day, I had another momentous day. December 17th of 2009, Carl, I met the risen savior. I had a moment where two brothers that loved me a great deal. Saw that I had achieved heights in the new age movement, the LA times did a front page article on me calling me a new age guru. I had long hair at the time. As hard as that may be to imagine. And they had had enough. My best friend gave his life to Christ three years previous. They did what I call a Christian intervention for two and a half hours. They hammered me one day. They got me to say that I had lied. I had cheated. I was a sinner, that three letter word SIN, a lot of people don't like to hear. And then they were kind of like well. And at the end of two and a half hours, Carl would came out of my mouth because human will is very strong. I said, look, if that works for you, fine. Not for me. I'm a spiritual teacher, and I started pleading my case. Very long story short, we made sure and put it in my book. I have a book called light the way home. Got spoke to me.
The Officer Tatum Show
Larry Elder Calls In From the Black Conservative Summit
"Larry, you're in Chicago. You're at this black conservative summit. Let's talk about it here. I'm looking at some of the liners on this and it says Americans, America's conservative movement must reach beyond its traditional base if it is ever to regain the influence it wants new. Talk to us about the summit and about that line. Well, people like Alan wester here are bob whitson is here. A guy named Ken Blackwell, who was a former Secretary of State of Ohio ran for governor unsuccessfully as I did unsuccessfully in California, a chat or Jackson stars and Uncle Tom one Uncle Tom two or here. And a handful of other people. And we're all here to talk about the crisis. It's going on in the black community. That is the poor schools. And the lack of fathers in the home. 70% of all black kids, as you know, Carl into the world today without a father in the home, married to the mother and Barack Obama once said, a kid raised without a father with 5 times more likely to be poor and commit crime, 9 times more likely to drop out of school in 2020 than liking to end up in jail. Now, the question we're asking is how do we go from having 25% of brackets entering the world without a father to the mother in 1965, which is high, to 70% now, and the answer is that in my opinion, incentivized women to marry the government and incentivize men to abandon the financial and more responsibility. And the question is, what do we do about it?
AP News Radio
Trump lawyer in court after being forced before grand jury
"A lawyer for Donald Trump at no comment after leaving a Washington D.C. federal court, where he was ordered to appear before a grand jury investigating the handling of classified documents. Attorney Evan corcoran's appearance stems from an order from a federal judge who ruled in favor of a Justice Department request that corcoran answer questions before the grand jury. In a previous appearance he had invoked attorney client privilege to decline answering certain questions. But prosecutors can get around that. If they can show the client is using the lawyer in furtherance of a crime. Corcoran had drafted a letter last June, asserting that a diligent search for classified documents had been done and said all records had been provided. That was just weeks before a raid at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, where prosecutors say the FBI removed roughly 100 additional classified documents. I'm Jackie Quinn
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Why Are There So Many Unhappy Young Americans?
"Answering the question, why are there so many unhappy young Americans? You can not disqualify the lockdowns. They played a seminal destructive role in vast numbers of people's happiness. And some have recovered and some for some there are continuing effects. However, it is, of course, silly to say that that is the only reason, however it is also silly to discount it as a reason. I offer other reasons that you have heard from me, but I am really curious to hear from you. You probably know a depressed or at least quite unhappy young person, especially females. So I will offer a thought on the female part. Women need men. Thank you. You can say it. You're allowed to say it, well, that's not true. You're not allowed to say it. You're allowed to say men need women, but you're not allowed to say women need men. It was a motto of the feminist movement from its inception in the 60s and 70s. That, as the famous witty, and it is a witty line, goes, a woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle. Very stupid people, said that, and very gullible fool, foolish people, believed it. Ah, a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle. And by the way, that has stayed on.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Should We Ban TikTok?
"Is not ever going to appear in a with a pitchfork and a tail and a red suit. He never does that. He appears in the, you know, so to speak, the small subtle things that you don't realize. And that's where I guess I'm concerned looking at, and I hope everybody who listens to this podcast, send me information, send me what you think. Because I was just on an interview, James, in which people were asked, do we need to do they believe that the social media platforms such as TikTok is bad for younger people. That's why the question was working. 72% said yes. On the second question after that, they were asked, do you want to ban it? And it was basically middle picture across the board. No clear answers. So that's where I'm looking at this ad. I'm with you. Should we ban TikTok? Maybe, I don't know. It's kind of like, it is a massive revenue stream for people. So that's where I understand people not wanting to do it. But this to me is just a simple issue of parents watching their kids streaming time. That's it. It's as simple as that. When you're an adult, if you want to make bad decisions and you want to do what you want to do, that is up to you. That is fine. If you're concerned that someone is taking your data, don't do it. If you think that's the only way I can get through the day, then do it. Whatever. It's fine. But should your kid be on TikTok 24/7? Probably not.
The Doug Collins Podcast
4 Things to Know Before Speaking to a Congressional Committee
"In Congress, the House energy and commerce committee had a hearing on TikTok, the CEO of TikTok came in. I think I'm gonna speak real quickly to things that you never do for most of you you'll never have to worry about this, but if you ever call them to speak in front of a congressional committee, let me let you have them a couple of things. Number one, do not be arrogant when you go. Number one, number two. Don't think just because you're popular that the members of Congress will really give two rats, okay? They don't. Number three, have some answers that make sense. I mean, somebody needs to prep you beforehand. And then number four, read the room. Nobody in that room was defending you. And you, you know, kept saying, oh, well, we're not controlled by China. Bullcrap. Every one of these companies, you know, have Chinese info. He had to admit to Wahlberg, representative Wahlberg, a good friend of mine. He's had to admit that he couldn't guarantee that Chinese engineers didn't have access to some of the data. He had to admit that. It's just made it folks. Go, you can see all this news wise, but I want the Doug and James take to be on this is how it is social media platform. Get to the point. Now, again, with China, if you were China, wanting to basically have unlimited surveillance on the U.S., could you think of a better way to do it than TikTok?
AP News Radio
Gonzaga beats UCLA 79-76 in Sweet 16 on Strawther's shot
"Gonzaga is headed to the elite 8 after Julian's trout there's three pointer with 7 seconds to play help send the third seeded bulldogs to a 79 76 west regional semifinal win over second seeded UCLA. Strauder's three pointer answer to Mari Bailey's three and it helped Gonzaga overcome a 13 point halftime deficit. Those are literally the moments you dream of, you know, just to even make a shot like that in March Madness. And then just to be back home in Vegas, it's like the cherry on top. Drew Timmy scored 36 points for Gonzaga, who will take on fourth seeded Connecticut on Saturday after the huskies beat 8 seeded Arkansas 88 65 behind 24 points from Jordan Hawkins. I'm Adam spelling.
Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast
"second answer" Discussed on Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast
"But it's easy in a bear market to throw darts at the wall and say everybody's an idiot because they're all down. But that's how this works, especially in high volatility. Assets, which Bitcoin has been and surely will likely likely continue to be. I agree. I think that most people should not spend their time trading. People are good at something. And if you happen to be the small percentage of people that are good at trading, sure, but statistically speaking, you're probably not that. And if you're not that, it's better to focus on doing productive work, saving money and dollar cost averaging into something. And the way that I would focus on managing risk is to tell people that, okay, you like Bitcoin, you don't have to put your net worth in Bitcoin. You can decide, I want to put X percentage into Bitcoin, or let's see out of the by let's say I earn, I save X dollars per month. What percentage of that do I want a dollar cost average into Bitcoin? Right? It doesn't have to be all of that. It could be you might put the rest in the stock. You might put the it might be building home equity. You might whatever you're doing. You can put a percentage of it into Bitcoin. And that position sizing is what can buffer you from volatility and things like that. That always gives you optionality. If Bitcoin absolutely crashes and you want to then make an active decision, I'm going to go buy another $1000 worth this month. You can then do that. That's kind of how I view it. That you can still make some active decisions if you want to. But for the most part, I think it should be an autopilot. And if you want to spend your time researching, spend your time researching the fundamentals of the asset rather than a recent price history forward price expectations, things like that, and keep folks around. Keep focusing on answering the question, is this the best asset to solve this problem? And how big is this problem to solve? Amen. Yeah. When people ask me, I get the question, why don't you trade? Well, my first answer is I'm not smart enough. But my second answer is, for me to even begin to feel comfortable, I'd probably need to be doing it full time, 40 hours a week. I don't have nearly that amount of time to dedicate to it. I'm not smart enough. If you're a firefighter, you're probably not either. So hang it up, find assets with strong fundamentals and free up your cash flow. It's not even just not about being smart enough. You have a Bloomberg terminal, you have all the information, all the data, like it's just too much, man.
The One You Feed
"second answer" Discussed on The One You Feed
"When most people hear the rosary, they think Catholicism, they think a lot of guilt, a lot of different things that may go with childhood traditions that were not good for them. So talk to me about what the rosary brought for you. And why it became a practice for you as a non Catholic, as somebody who's very spiritually diverse, what was it about that particular approach that saying to you? Well, there are really two answers. I'll give you the first answer and then the second answer. The first answer literally answers your question, but the second answer I think is going to be more satisfying because it explains why and not only the rosary, but devoted a great deal of my life at this point to spreading word about the rosary. I was traveling to Taos New Mexico to teach haiku with my friend Natalie Goldberg about I want to say at this point it must be around almost 30 years ago, right? And the sort of late 1990s and I was on my way there. I was afraid I was going to miss my plane or whatever, I was late. I've been teaching meditation at a convent for ten days and San Rafael, California, and I barely made it to the plane, got there. I got off the plane and talked, and I had a day to sort of kick around before the retreat started. And everywhere I went, I kept seeing this picture of this young Mexican girl that I couldn't quite place. I wasn't raised Catholic.
"second answer" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"This is the green and I'm the publisher of telecom reseller. And today I'm with John hardy. His vice president of sales for Phoenix nap. John, thank you for joining me today. Thanks, Doug. It's good to be here. So thank you for taking a little bit of time out here at TBIs and big events. The first time many of us have been able to do something in person, so it's very exciting day. And I understand this is actually the first time your company is at this event as well. That's right. We've just signed on with TBI as a silver partner just a few months ago at the start of this year. We're delighted to be here and getting to know some of the partners and getting our name out there. So first of all, what does Phoenix now? Phoenix nap is an infrastructure as a service provider. We're based out of Phoenix as where the name comes from. We've been in business since 2010. And we provide all sorts of different infrastructure services. So our clients typically are people who are looking for services as a service on an operating expense based model. But who maybe want more control more. Impact on how their underlying infrastructure is designed to deliver specifically what their workloads are. And I understand amongst the cadre of partners you have are some household names. That's right. We're very fortunate. A lot of what we've done with our business has been with some pretty influential partners. VMware has been very involved with our cloud services and helping us bring to market a secured data security cloud platform. Beam has been involved in helping us roll out our disaster recovery services and our backup services. And I'd say probably foremost amongst the different companies that we work with closely is Intel. Intel brought to Phoenix now a unique processor model where the only people in the service provider world really that offers this where they're delivering to us scalable CPUs. I should step back and say, we offer bare metal servers. That's people who want to have a server versus going and buying their own and going to the trouble of setting up the network for that server and maybe figuring out where it's going to be located and supplying power and everything else do it. We provide that as a service. All sorts of different types of servers. And we've deployed tens of thousands of them. And Intel came to us and said, what if we could give you a CPU that's actually scalable that you could change the core count, you could change the processor speed as you were workloads changed. That's been a game changer in this space. It means that clients when they start with one kind of server, they're not locked in for life to that server. They can reboot it, and now it's a new CPU in that machine. It's been a game changer for us in that it dramatically changes the cost model for our business. One server now can actually be any of four different types of servers, which drives down our costs, which we pass on to our customers. So we leverage that to bring to the market. That's a model that's never existed before. And our clients come to us, we deliver these servers with software. Via API access, so our clients can use the same type of software tools and orchestration and automation that if they've gone to the cloud to the public cloud, they can use these same tools if you hear about orchestration things like amplitude or terraform if you've done any coding. Doug, you can use those same scripts to turn up one of our servers. But instead of being a virtual machine, it's their own machine, which comes with all the benefits of being able to fine tune that machine, the hardware specs of it. And the security element of knowing that it's not shared with anyone else. And it has the added benefit that it's a lot less money. Then what they're spending in the public cloud. So it's quite exciting. And we're excited to be bringing it to market with TBI. And speaking of TBI, database, I know you didn't sign up today, but today you basically saw many partners for the first time as basically a silver part of TBI. And we're lining up meetings. We're out in the field. We're traveling around the country, introducing ourselves to folks and giving them demonstrations. And it's been very exciting. So what does this mean to Joe and Jane PBI partner? Well, a good question. So every IT shop has to make decisions about where they're putting their infrastructure, you know? I'd say and we generally hear we train our sales people and we ask our partners to just ask a basic question to the client, which is where are you on your cloud journey? And everyone's thinking about cloud and some form or another. And we generally, our ears perk up when we hear one of two answers. We will hear the people that say, you know what, the cloud is really great and I'd love to take advantage of it, but it's worried that it's not secure enough. I don't trust my company proprietary information out in that environment or maybe they say, you know, it's pretty complicated. And there's too many bells and whistles for me. And I'm more comfortable with what I know. What we've got an answer for those folks where they can use the environments, whatever infrastructure they're doing if it's their own stuff and they just need a place to put it down that's thoroughly protected and secure we can offer them colocation. If they want to move a VMware virtual environment and get out of the business of having to take care of all the underlying infrastructure for that for that, we run that as a service. Or more things like bare metal servers like I was talking about. The second answer we hear from people is on their we ask, where are you on your cloud journey? They'll say we thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread and we dove right in. And you know what? And then we ask, well, how was it met your expectations? And frequently the answer is you know what it's a lot more expensive than I thought it was. Or it's a lot more time consuming because it's such a complex environment. I thought I was going to be spinning up applications, lightning fast, but my development team is so encumbered trying to learn all these tools. And so we have an answer for those guys too. So one of the nice things about an event like this is that you have real as opposed to abstract. You've been actually talking to people. What's the reception been like? What have you heard from people saying, you know, maybe I need the solution? I think right now, to be honest, I hear a lot of people saying we want to understand the cloud better. Maybe the majority are not comfortable with it yet. When we show them when we demonstrate the product, particularly this bare metal cloud, you look at the platform, it's so simple. People can relate if you've ever sold any kind of hardware. You can look at our website and see the choices and say, oh, I get it, only now it's priced by the hour and you can provision it forming in minutes. And it's up and running. And so I think the reception has.
Podcasts – Telecom Reseller
"second answer" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller
"This is the green and I'm the publisher of telecom reseller. And today I'm with John hardy. His vice president of sales for Phoenix nap. John, thank you for joining me today. Thanks, Doug. It's good to be here. So thank you for taking a little bit of time out here at TBIs and big events. The first time many of us have been able to do something in person, so it's very exciting day. And I understand this is actually the first time your company is at this event as well. That's right. We've just signed on with TBI as a silver partner just a few months ago at the start of this year. We're delighted to be here and getting to know some of the partners and getting our name out there. So first of all, what does Phoenix now? Phoenix nap is an infrastructure as a service provider. We're based out of Phoenix as where the name comes from. We've been in business since 2010. And we provide all sorts of different infrastructure services. So our clients typically are people who are looking for services as a service on an operating expense based model. But who maybe want more control more. Impact on how their underlying infrastructure is designed to deliver specifically what their workloads are. And I understand amongst the cadre of partners you have are some household names. That's right. We're very fortunate. A lot of what we've done with our business has been with some pretty influential partners. VMware has been very involved with our cloud services and helping us bring to market a secured data security cloud platform. Beam has been involved in helping us roll out our disaster recovery services and our backup services. And I'd say probably foremost amongst the different companies that we work with closely is Intel. Intel brought to Phoenix now a unique processor model where the only people in the service provider world really that offers this where they're delivering to us scalable CPUs. I should step back and say, we offer bare metal servers. That's people who want to have a server versus going and buying their own and going to the trouble of setting up the network for that server and maybe figuring out where it's going to be located and supplying power and everything else do it. We provide that as a service. All sorts of different types of servers. And we've deployed tens of thousands of them. And Intel came to us and said, what if we could give you a CPU that's actually scalable that you could change the core count, you could change the processor speed as you were workloads changed. That's been a game changer in this space. It means that clients when they start with one kind of server, they're not locked in for life to that server. They can reboot it, and now it's a new CPU in that machine. It's been a game changer for us in that it dramatically changes the cost model for our business. One server now can actually be any of four different types of servers, which drives down our costs, which we pass on to our customers. So we leverage that to bring to the market. That's a model that's never existed before. And our clients come to us, we deliver these servers with software. Via API access, so our clients can use the same type of software tools and orchestration and automation that if they've gone to the cloud to the public cloud, they can use these same tools if you hear about orchestration things like amplitude or terraform if you've done any coding. Doug, you can use those same scripts to turn up one of our servers. But instead of being a virtual machine, it's their own machine, which comes with all the benefits of being able to fine tune that machine, the hardware specs of it. And the security element of knowing that it's not shared with anyone else. And it has the added benefit that it's a lot less money. Then what they're spending in the public cloud. So it's quite exciting. And we're excited to be bringing it to market with TBI. And speaking of TBI, database, I know you didn't sign up today, but today you basically saw many partners for the first time as basically a silver part of TBI. And we're lining up meetings. We're out in the field. We're traveling around the country, introducing ourselves to folks and giving them demonstrations. And it's been very exciting. So what does this mean to Joe and Jane PBI partner? Well, a good question. So every IT shop has to make decisions about where they're putting their infrastructure, you know? I'd say and we generally hear we train our sales people and we ask our partners to just ask a basic question to the client, which is where are you on your cloud journey? And everyone's thinking about cloud and some form or another. And we generally, our ears perk up when we hear one of two answers. We will hear the people that say, you know what, the cloud is really great and I'd love to take advantage of it, but it's worried that it's not secure enough. I don't trust my company proprietary information out in that environment or maybe they say, you know, it's pretty complicated. And there's too many bells and whistles for me. And I'm more comfortable with what I know. What we've got an answer for those folks where they can use the environments, whatever infrastructure they're doing if it's their own stuff and they just need a place to put it down that's thoroughly protected and secure we can offer them colocation. If they want to move a VMware virtual environment and get out of the business of having to take care of all the underlying infrastructure for that for that, we run that as a service. Or more things like bare metal servers like I was talking about. The second answer we hear from people is on their we ask, where are you on your cloud journey? They'll say we thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread and we dove right in. And you know what? And then we ask, well, how was it met your expectations? And frequently the answer is you know what it's a lot more expensive than I thought it was. Or it's a lot more time consuming because it's such a complex environment. I thought I was going to be spinning up applications, lightning fast, but my development team is so encumbered trying to learn all these tools. And so we have an answer for those guys too. So one of the nice things about an event like this is that you have real as opposed to abstract. You've been actually talking to people. What's the reception been like? What have you heard from people saying,.
"second answer" Discussed on Talking Tech
"Hey there listeners, it's Brett Molina. Welcome back to talking tech. Before we start this episode, I want to provide a spoiler warning. It's related to wurtele. We're going to give away the answers for Wednesday, march 30th. Now I understand you're listening to this on a Thursday morning. And the odds of you being able to do this puzzle aren't that big, if you go to the word archive website, you might be able to do this puzzle. I'm covering all my bases here. I don't want listeners or readers coming to me mad because I spoiled the wordle puzzle that they were trying to do and they couldn't do. So just as an extra precaution, I'm going to say spoiler alert, I'm going to give away the answers for wurtele puzzle. Number two, 8 four. I repeat two 8 four. This is the one that ran on Wednesday March 30th. So why am I talking about this puzzle? This puzzle provided a pretty rare moment in the lifespan of this game, which is a daily puzzle that had two answers. I write about this in a story that you can read on tech USA Today dot com. So you know how word it works. You get a 5 letter word, you have 6 tries to get it. Letter change colors and then we're all excited. We get it right, or maybe we're just really mad we got it wrong and then we share everything on social media. And folks can see how we did. You know, still trying to get that word on the first try, but anyway, in the case of wurtele two 84, those results ended with two different words. Here's the part where I spoil it. Again, this is your last chance, pause now. If you don't want to hear it, okay? And again, this is Wednesday's puzzle. It's Thursday. But just so you know, here it comes. For many players, the correct word that day was stove. However, there were some users that ended up with the final word Harry. Now, if you're sitting there thinking to yourself, wait a minute, that's someone's name. Why are you throwing this out there? I don't even think that's supposed to be a word in wordle. The merriam Webster dictionary defines Harry as, quote, to make a pillaging or destructive radon. End quote, or quote, to force to move along by harassing end quote. A lot of people on social media were thoroughly confused because they ended up with Harry and their friends didn't and they're like, what's going on? This is really weird. We got answers. In a statement to USA Today, The New York Times had confirmed there were two answers. And what they were doing is in an effort to make the puzzle accessible, they're removing obscure or potentially insensitive words over time, in which case Harry was one of those words. And that's why some folks saw two different answers. The New York Times urged players to refresh the website where they play world just to make sure it's in sync with the updated version. And then they make sure they get the.
"second answer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"DJ and if you if you've listened to the show, and he like the time I love when liberals call because there are some liberals that call the show they listen to the show. They agree with some of the things I say They don't agree with a lot, But there's been many that have called and we've had great debate and conversation and we leave our friendly. We just leave our friendly with differences of opinion. But there are some critters like Carl, who's been calling my show for over five years over five years. So this guy either is in love with me. Or he is scared of Bellevue, and they've been looking for him for 30 years, and he's hiding somewhere. No, I mean it's similar to the second answer, but to take the Christian Point of view, really. He's someone who's, uh, disabled or handicapped. He's able to spend 12 hours a day listening to all the shows and the reruns of them. And so we've got a lot of time to invest in being a social fund. It is not a very good one, though. If you could elevate his skills are like the Lord gave him He would have been more clear understanding of what's going on. But less of a student tell you and the one thing DJ, and here's the thing and I still have a soft spot for people. Carl's always welcome to call. He's all and I'll always take his call, but I just don't like people that literally Talk about me. Behind my back to others. Ed would never talk about me to my friends. In person. Disagree with me. On my show. No problem. But it's not high school. This is not freaking junior high. Got a problem Come to me with it. I don't have a lot of respect for people that don't do that. D J I gotta bounce. I'm up on break, But I do appreciate the call. 70225753961 phone line has opened up. If you'd like to join us, You know, we're in some scary times. Obviously, just listen. Just look, just see what's happening. We are in some very scary times. And some people are saying, man do I need to get off the grid? Do I need to have a plan B to get off the grid? Yeah, you do. I'm going to tell you because we just don't know what's coming. And I've always been a proponent of pre planning, not crisis planning. And one way is to have a generator. But not just any generator. I'm talking about my solar backup dot com. This generator has been affordably priced for this audience only And it is powered by the sun. It's Paula Plug Play Point Gun at telling you So if you need something affordable, and you don't want one of those noisy gas generators that emits all kinds of fumes, and you need to concern yourself with your refrigerator if it goes down or your computer or your laptop or your cell phone or your lights Yeah, This is something you definitely need to take a look at. I ordered one. I know a handful of people that already have in their grateful so go to.
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"second answer" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Will be exempt. And there's all these brain teasers that like just i don't know does not really make for the most compelling tv. I love stuff like this. Because i can pause it and like play along and answer the questions and some of them forty five minutes on that stupid bob. Going fishing puzzle gave up. I've never been able to do before. I did it today. I was very proud of like like algebra. It looked like something out of goodwill hunting. It was all of it. Page like conspiracy to numbers and graphs and the woman with them with the numbers going in front of me. This was the part where i was like. Okay cool then. I could just kind of put one eye on the mall and the other i can just go into the casino for a little while as great so my notes are pretty thin. Just point and you do in the casino. I i swapped with. Shut up. Tim from three hundred coins and shut up. Tim was at the top of the leaderboard and swap coins with him. I shot to the top. And then i lost six hundred of his coins and even know if he knows this yet now and the only one that i paid attention to was filmed restu the gigantic word. That can only be one word if you unscramble it. Because i love words with friends so this was fun. Yeah you're kind of unbeatable. And words got trustful miss but i was like i gotta be trustful nece and i scratched my head and i was like. Oh yeah. there's three other letters here. And i i couldn't get mistrustful nece on time. So a more katie says parts. I don't wanna watch this and that was kind of pretty great katie's like let's go for the exemptions and she and myra convinced patrick that they should like try to go for the exemptions which seems impossible. The idea that the smart team would not get a single brain teaser. Correct seems pretty unlikely to me then. I would think you'd go for getting as much money as you can. All those three exemptions on the table for either team is massive. Will one of the things smart team. They have to get them all right but they get like two opportunities to answer the question and so they do get like this. Like full minute reprieve to regroup basically thirty minutes answer them all and if you get one wrong you have a minute to try and regroup and come up with a second answer able to but but the like the big thing here is that like on like a guest. Feels like dorothy pulls out ninety dollars for this. Bob went fishing problem and she produces mistrustful miss after they were saying stressful minute. Which not one word. That's two words full smart team. Although i feel like it's pretty malicious to choose brain teasers that were to me not terribly hard. The word puzzle where you had to figure out what letter went in the middle. It's like the in person. yes very. Simple words yeah. That's like Like fourth grade word puzzle. Yeah oh the missing letter is an s. of you on wheel of fortune sh- okay. Wow i thought the paint and the cubes was pretty pretty. Bush league to when you get a hint that there's no hidden jubes..
KFI AM 640
"second answer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"4th. We have some, uh, lines are open. 805 201534. Also, as I lock out the show as I leave the show at 11 o'clock If you're on hold, I will still answer your phone call after the show off the air so I'm not gonna leave anybody hanging. I mean, I used to, But I'm not gonna do that anymore. Uh, so stay put. Welcome back to handle on the law. Marginal legal advice. Hi, Carl. Yes, sir. What can I do for you? Yeah, Here's the way it works. Okay. In July, 2019. I did a legal separation. I'm going to court in August. She's demanding. Basically what you did was shoot. After that point she did. She took out a loan for of 30,000. And some other loans about 51,000. What in her name? Uh, yeah. Her name? Yeah. You having nothing to do with you having nothing to do with those loans? Okay. Next thing was hang on a second answer you having nothing to do with those loans? Is that correct? Yes, I have nothing to live. Okay. Ask this question. So she she just took him out on her own fair enough. So now Okay. Another thing is I inherited land when I was about 10 years old about 2000 acres and she wants that to not inherited is the land in your name, Carl. Yes. Okay, that is that's off the table. She can't touch that. She can ask for it. She can't touch that. So yes, I know that you're clean on that one. So just because she demands doesn't mean Jack Carl. She could Yeah. Well, it doesn't mean Jack. Carl doesn't mean Carl. Jack. Uh, she can demand you can demand 90% of your paycheck, okay? So what is your question? Because, Well, let me ask you as a legal separation, which happened a while ago. Uh, did the court determined that you pay her any amount of money? No. Okay. All right. So how long you been married? 40 years 40 years she worked She works Feel like he's 10 years younger night. I'm not retired. Okay, So was she working the entire time that you were married? Yes. Okay. I an income wise. Does she make approximately what you did, or a lot less or more? More. Oh, you're fine. She's not going to get a dime. Carl, As a matter of fact that she made substantially more You can go for spousal support. You know, I thought about that, but I'm not that type of person. Okay, well, but in in that I am I doing the heartbeat? Uh, but you're you're going to be fine. She's not gonna get a dime. And you're gonna get threatened by lawyers, but, you know, so be it. Ellen. Hello, Alan. Welcome to handle on the law. Alan, you there. Oh, Allen's been waiting a long time. And Allan, If you're listening to the radio, you're going to lose out on this one. You don't wanna do, Alan. Just because you've been waiting a while. I'll put you on hold, which I never do. Morgan When he comes back, tell him I put them on the air and we'll put them on hold and you can try to bring him back even though the questions fairly stupid, But, uh, you know,.
The HT Guys
"second answer" Discussed on The HT Guys
"Judging by the play store reviews so interesting that they call this one hundred million downloads. Even though it's pre installed so that's just potentially just a whole bunch. More devices that were purchased apple is pushing forward with the new matter standard and opening a poem kid in a big way. The upcoming iowa's fifteen software. Update will bring matter support and considering the bella beta for ios fifteen is already available and public betas starts in july. That means matter is almost here for homekit. Industry sources are confirming that apple will indeed show and work with non homekit devices. Even better devices would matter. Support won't need to be certified as homekit devices for this to work in other homekit news. Apple is moving siri from cloud based service to a local processing state and that means no audio to the cloud from your apple and homekit devices one controlling your devices. All that processing is being done using the compute power of your homekit which can be an apple. Tv a homepod mini or a plugged in ipod and the chips inside. These have far more capability than the silken insight smart speakers and displays from either google and amazon. So a couple of things there. It's nice that now you will be able to use devices that weren't certified for homekit almost means i don't need to have the The home bridge running on my network. My guess is at some point. They will add matter capability to say ring. And i can just get a new ring doorbell. Unless there's a firmware upgrade and i'll able use it directly in homekit as opposed to going through the Home bridge the other thing is having all the voice processing done locally. I like that. That should mean that things will get done faster too so when you give a command it doesn't have to send it up into the cloud and then have the command. Come back you'll be able to do to all there should have a lot faster working commands. You'll get a whole lot more. I didn't understand what you were saying right. Because there's less processing power. On the local the local device in there would be in the cloud and if there's less capability for to actually do advanced analysis on what you said and you'll get a whole lot more. I don't know answers back. Or if the i dunno then goes out to the cloud to try to get like a second answer I don't know it could be interesting. Would answer some privacy concerns with these devices though that people have had you know i think you hit it on the head when you said it would try to do the processing locally if it got to. I don't know then. I think it would send it up to the cloud a for all we know may send it up there anyway. The but just tell the clock. Don't worry i got it and then just go and do it. Yeah just to. The cloud can learn and evolve right. Yes right and spatial so actually. Another one on that last story. where did matter come from. All of a sudden matter popped out of nowhere. And it's everywhere i mean. How long have we been talking about matter for like the last couple of months. Yeah yeah anti-matter. Now it was tried to work at joke and there is nowhere for that to work. But i just threw it out there. Anyway you get you giggled for me. Thank you eight. You miss a one hundred percent of the shots. You don't take right all right so spatial audio. Ios fifteen will bring head tracking sound to non dolby atmos content a new way for airpods pro and airpods. Max users to experience spatial audio has been discovered within the iowa's fifteen beta without the need for dolby atmos content. It's called specialized stereo. The new feature will also work with mac. Os monterey according to nine to five mac. That means devices. Running these operating systems will be able to simulate spatial audio for non dolby content detecting the movement of your head when you're wearing airpods to change the direction of the sound. That means you should be able to play any song from spotify for example and experience. It in-space audio despite the streaming service not supporting the format. The same goes for non dolby. Atmos movie soundtracks which means just need a pair of airpods pro or airpods max and a compatible device to create an immersive home cinema setup That's actually sounds pretty cool. Who knows if it's actually going to be that great when they converted tutti content to three d on three d. Tv's early on the dream was oh yeah. You can put any content on there now. It'll be three d. Didn't quite work out that well but maybe audience easier and you know this is what a lot of people thought spatial audio really was. Because what apple's calling spatial audio is really at most the spe- this is kind of spatial. Like if you look to the right. It will adjust to audio as if let's say you're listening to something that was in the left speaker but now that you've gone to the right you've turned to the right. Your right ear doesn't hear it as much because now it's aimed away from where the sound is in your left ear. Maybe it becomes a little bit more prominent in there so that could be interesting if they were to mix movies like that. So imagine how. You're watching tv and there's something off to the right on the screen. Then that's not onscreen. But you hear a rumbling or something so you look in that direction and whatever that is is you can hear it a little bit better if done right. That could be kind of cool. Talk could be very cool because that basically simulates the using the tv because if you turn your head to the right when you're watching tv and sound coming out tv it's obviously going to hit your left ear but with headphones. That doesn't nothing changes so that could be really cool now. I have a question for you britain. Are you ready to go to net land. Who isn't i've been ready to go. Netflix land for years. And the reason. I bring that up as i just found out. There was an article that says netflix's opened up an e commerce site where you can buy things like caps necklaces and hoodies and even underwear from the that are branded with a lot of the net flicks movies and tv series. And so i get that because if you think about a back in the day warner brothers had a store in the mall. The warner brothers store. You could buy bugs bunny and all that kind of stuff. Disney had a store with all kinds of disney stuff plus. They got disneyland Same with the universal studios. That's kind of where. I was joking about netflix. Land but so they decided you know what we should get in on this game too. And i can right now. Just a few of the shows are available. But if you go to the site you can buy some Close from you know that is branded with those tv shows. I don't have the list off the top of my head here but does he think this is a good move for them. May it should. If it's done right. It could bring him a lot of extra money and could be the beginning of something really interesting. It's a it's a really interesting site if you go to it because it's almost like they're trying to do it. In a like a easy or a street wear kind of way where they have collaborated with designers and potentially drop limited editions of these things sort of like when the the boring company sold a hat and a flame thrower. I don't know if these are limited edition or not. But it's like ca- labs in st kind of cool hip stuff it's interesting. I don't know if netflix can take off as a as a street. Wear hipster brand unless a hipster. But i mean if champion could do it then my can't see. I don't see why. Netflix can't champion used to be the generic brand that nobody wanted to wear champion super cool. So maybe netflix can do the same thing. Yeah we'll have to wait and see. I think they they're pretty powerful..
Just Between Us
"second answer" Discussed on Just Between Us
"Sedentary sanitary with something like this happens to you. It takes away all of your power right. Yep so that makes you incredibly disoriented. And so i think a big part of the healing process is figuring out. Okay how do i reclaim some power here you know like how do i not let this person. Continue to influence my life for an unsuitable amount of time And so. I think that that looks like figuring out. Okay what what do i want be doing in my life like what are my values. What are what is my purpose. What what can. I still be striving for as an individual even though no longer part of this relationship and so feeling like you are putting your time and energy into maybe an exciting work project. Maybe you are putting more time and energy into your friendships. Oftentimes in partnerships year. Like maybe you made a compromise. Maybe he was vegan and so you only eight vegan. And now you're like fuck that guy. I'm going to outback steakhouse whatever it is. You know what. I mean like something. That's like i'm mean now. I'm an individual. I am not like something that is like. I don't know like i cut my hair off. You know what i mean. I don't think you should necessarily be doing things in terms of like a reaction as like fuck you think. Also you get the anger if you do one if you just do one it will feel so good and it will help you get to the anger stage. I think because you'll feel good. You'll feel like you're right like there is. I was being held back from like it started find. It's like getting her groove back finding yourself again. I'm not saying find something. I'm not saying if you don't like meat. Go to outback steakhouse. But it's like if you're like you know. Oh my god i've missed. Meet this whole time. But i was doing it out of you know something. That is like something that you wanted to do the whole time or that you wanted to do Before you were in this relationship or whatever. That's empowering i think getting touch with yourself and your own needs and wants and not necessarily a direct relationship to like. What was this person not allowing me to do. But just like what do i want an that. First answer is going to be. I want my partner back. But yeah what is that second answer you know like. Do you want to volunteer with animals. Do you want to like spend the entire day shopping for yourself. Do you want you know like is a freedom that comes with being single. That is different than when. You're in a partnership i know for me just the fact that like. I don't have to put the cheese in a cheese drawer anymore. Love it liberating. That's what i'm saying. Yeah but like. I don't think you necessarily need to do it as a fuck you of like no specific person not like so i could do it. I think it's more just like getting back in touch with who you are what you want and then you know i know this sounds i think we romanticize love romanticized. Yeah one we romanticize how difficult it is to find somebody that gets you and i think just allowing yourself the openness of like actually. I'm probably compatible with thousands of people. Yes like we talked about this a lot like they're probably thousands of people that you could have a wonderful life partners and so while you thought you were going to have this life partnership with this other person instead of getting hung up on on what could have been maybe look forward to the fact that like you get to start again you know. Maybe there were like some power dynamics in your old relationship that weren't serving you and so now when you whenever it is that you start a new relationship. Maybe you can be really cognizant of like making sure that you have power dynamics that are set up better that maybe it's more egalitarian. Maybe you stand up for yourself more. Maybe you know like every relationship is an opportunity to learn like what you want. And how to get to a better homeo- stasis with somebody and so looking you know it can be hard to like. Look at your past relationship and be like what you don't want to do like what did i do wrong but like what if given the opportunity would you do different in different relationship. Yeah and what. What did you learn from this past relationship. I think every relationship is a learning experience. You know i broke. I broke up with someone who i thought it was gonna be my person and then i started to slowly realize that there were all these sort of things that i wouldn't have been okay with but i at the time was like i'm getting set back because i don't know if five years is a long time and i feel like you think like you just think you have some assurance or you think that like your oh god. I'm starting over after all this time. But like i don't know that time spent together is i was viewing it as like when we broke up. I'll have to start over like those two years were wasted. I have to start over. You know i have to the next person i'm with. It has to be for the same amount of time. Otherwise it's not gonna count or something that's all like i don't know like some sort of weird line thing that people have or some way of of being that you like. I don't know i don't know i. I just hung up a little bit on like five years and living together and being like okay. So i'm so this is the thing and i'm sure of it and then it's like you're never sure you you have no anything could happen at any time and that can be really scary. What you thinking about it in terms of negatives right if you think anything can happen at any time both ends and good exactly know that like as much as you were shocked by by this person leaving there could be something that equally shocked soup but in a good way exactly exactly and just remembering remembering your resilience finding strength and the fact that you are surviving this even if you feel terrible the reality is that you're surviving this like you're getting through this and you should be really proud of your strength and that it really won't be forever. I truly remember every single. Break up being this. I'm gonna be sad forever. i'm gonna be lonely forever. this is going to be forever and like it can. It couldn't have been forever every time you know what i mean like. It always ends like eventually at all like it's not i know it feels like it and i don't know how to explain when you're in it. Nobody can explain to you that it's not forever. You just can't hear it but like you have to know factually like factually. It will not last forever. And i think it's really important not to eight ac- so like what that means is not taking the fact that he that he left this relationship to mean that your future partner will leave the relation exact or that. You will never have anyone who stays like. I think i think something that is really was really healing for me was like okay. This was one incident in my life. A yes it is a huge incident and it is completely disorienting. And you guys were together far longer. That i was with my ex but at the end of the day that was your interaction with one other person on this your planet and that it does not predict the future or mean anything more than the fact that this person acted cruelly and cowardly..
"second answer" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"By chef that is 10 50. Welcome back on this Wednesday. We have Natalie Rodriguez with a trending story. Hey, Natalie. Hey there, Brian. It's been trending all morning Long The cicadas and the White House press plane this morning or yesterday. I should say the journalists were supposed to leave last night to accompany the president on his trip to Europe on the Patriot eight day trip. But they were grounded because a swarm of cicadas actually filled the engine as the charter plan was trying to leave Dallas International, um that there's been all kinds of things trending on Twitter, especially making fun of the situation. I mean, it's just biblical. Yeah. Wrath of God. Maybe maybe that time has come. Yeah. Just a thought, Which is not a laughing matter. Yeah, right. Well, the question is What's your level of confidence? Pretty confident. There you go. That's that's the most important thing. I want to be confident but prepared for or some Biden or some defending as the case may be. I love my wife is great. Actually will say I'm good, but I'm not waiting for you. I don't think that choice is yours anyway. But, you know, Yeah, I don't think so, either. But Thanks. I'm glad to know where that the The line is drawn in love. All right, so Speaking of things pertain to the administration, uh, the trip to Guatemala and Mexico. It was certainly interesting for the vice president, starting with playing that, uh, well took off, then had a return. And then I think If I recall exactly how the events transpired. She said she could see the border from her house. Actually, I think. Instead, she said that she had been to the border before she hadn't been to the border. But actually Rory O Neill, NBC news radio Wi ODS own joining us Now, Rory. I think I figured it out. I think she had once been to south of the border in South Carolina. Oh, I thought I was depending that the meaning of the word been is we've come down to that. Uh, yeah, So she's been dogged by this question. Ever since she was named the point person on immigration and for some reason she can't come up with an eight second answer to the question Whether or not you agree with it is one thing, but She can't even answer this question of why haven't you been to the border? And when are you going? Yeah, it is something to wear. Now, Even a lot of her allies and news media have begun to press her on and she opened up to. Well, you know, she she will. At some point, she mentioned that she had once upon a time. Is there anything else around this? That's an explanation as to why she's flying over the border, but not actually going to speaking with Border Patrol, but the real conditions on the ground. Well, especially since those conditions have deteriorated so much since January. 20th, she says she's more focused on stopping the root causes of immigration, not the situation that's going on with the border. That's why she met with leaders from Guatemala and Mexico trying to encourage those people to stay in their own countries and not make what she called the dangerous journeys, saying twice. Do not come. Do not come. But, yeah, she still hasn't made that trip to the border and hasn't said when, And now she's to the point where she's backed into a corner. Any trip now it looks like she's giving into the Republicans. Well, and you make an interesting point about being backed into a quarter. That's one end of the spectrum. The other is when she finally made the comments. While on this trip not to come to our border. She took heat from the squad. AOC in company were on her about that. And it looks like that might be a factor here right? Because you know, because AOC was tweeting out. It's 100% legal if you come here seeking asylum, not economic asylum, but otherwise, if you're here to seek asylum and and and said, you know if America is responsible for setting fire to these countries Why we shouldn't blame the people there for trying to flee. Ferrari we take and we take a look at what actually happened here. As I understand it. There was an exchange of money somewhere just south of a billion dollars, I guess to try to support economic efforts with within Guatemala. Well, I've seen only a fraction of that only about $100 million for two different programs on affordable housing and entrepreneurship and young women's Empowerment initiative, plus another 130 to Mexico to support labour reforms. But that's on top of 1.5 million doses of vaccines. And you know there are other support programs that have been going on between our countries for years. Bring up the vaccine conversation as well. You know, the vaccinations real like they've been one of the concerns of border patrol there. Um any word As we've heard about this mass vaccination vaccination effort in the Bush administration, saying, Hey, the United States is going to lead the world and in vaccinating the world. Right. So we're supposed to hear more from the president on that now that he's taking part in this G seven summit, he's on the plane. Now on his way across to Cornwall, England. He's got a few other stops in that include Geneva as well.
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"second answer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Second Amendment. This is a little history lesson for all the fake news media. The Second Amendment is not about It's not about hunting. It's on about recreation. It's not about sports. The Second Amendment is about maintaining within the citizenry, the ability to maintain an armed rebellion against the government if that becomes necessary. I hope it never does. But it sure is important to recognize the founding principles of this nation and to make sure They are fully understood. So where did you hear him? Say? Put it on Hold and go Use it against the government. Well, so how did you misinterpret what he just said Rick. I didn't misinterpret if you play it If you play it, I'm not making these words. I'm gonna put you back on old Sam. Can they hear what I'm playing on the air on the on the phone or not? I don't think so. Rick, Can you hear what I'm playing on the air on the phone? No, no, I'm going to hang up. And if I don't want you to? I don't want you to think I'm asking you a legitimate technical question. When I played, I just now played Matt Gates again for you. You couldn't hear it. No, not on the phone. I can't know what the hell is that Sam and Sam said turn my radio off and you can't listen on the radio because there's a delay, right? You can't listen on the radio. So what Sam said is correct. You should be able to hear what I'm playing on this computer on the phone. If you can't then been I get why you didn't get what he said he legitimately did not say Put it on hold. Okay, Rick. Please listen to me. I really I love you like a brother. But you're starting to annoy me. Listen to me while you were on hold just now I played the sound bite again on the air for everybody to hear. He says nothing about putting on hold on. Hold on hold. He gives a history lesson to what he calls the fake news in the back of the room and they again repeats with the Second Amendment is four and he says, I hope It never becomes necessary. I hope we never use it. Maybe you heard the word hole. You heard the word hold. He didn't say, he said hope. Okay, as he didn't say anything about use it against the government, if necessary, right, he said, if yes, he said exactly those words if necessary. I hope it never happens is what he said Rick. Okay. What's that mean? I hope it never happens. But if necessary, I hope it never happens. But if necessary, Does that mean Rick? Let me ask you something, Are you So are you so far left wing progressive that you can't listen to the words coming out of somebody's mouth actually, and then comment on it on an aboveboard way and a truthful fashion. Let me say it as clearly as I'll say it to you just for my voice, not from Mackey's. I'm not mad Gates. I don't represent him. I just played the sound bite and it's honest what he said. Let me say this to you. The Second Amendment is not there for hunting is not there for target practice. It's not there to see in clean your gun. The Second Amendment is there to stop it tyrannical government from ever getting out of control again. It was put in place to let the government know that people will not allow you to become a monarchy. So the second Amendment is, in fact, put in place to stop and out of control Government if necessary. Now, what do you find out of line in what I just said, Because what I just said is true. What does he mean by he says to stop it, Government if out of control if necessary. What do you mean by that? He means to stop another controlled government if necessary. What do you think he means? Well, that's pretty self explanatory is self explanatory. If the government gets if the government gets out of control if the government becomes a tyranny if the government becomes a monarchy again, like King George the third the second Amendment thank God for you and me and for our families is in place to stop them if they get out of control. What How are you, miss interpreting that as a left wing guy in California who needs to find some fault in what? Matt gates or what I'm saying? Why are you not do you? Do you really not understand the founding of the country? And how we were under a tyrannical rule of King George the third and why the founding fathers gave us these amendments. The bill of Rights in the Constitution do you legitimately not understand that? Are you playing dumb? What are you doing right now? No, actually, I'm listening to what he said. So, you guys I know where you guys who are you guys? Are you generalizing me? I just I just told you from my mouth with the Second Amendment means not either. Tell me, Joe. It doesn't mean that. And here is why or say, Joe, I now understand. And I appreciate the education. There really is no in between. Why are you trying to make it in between Joe? I didn't know that I get it or I disagree with you. And here's why you're trying to make this a you guys thing. I didn't You guys, you Rick, I'm telling you, you, Rick in California are progressive guy that wants to find fault in what I'm saying. And what Matt cases saying? Unfortunately for you, both of us are being truthful. And you're not. So if you've got a counter argument to why the second movement exists. I'll hear you if you don't You're boring me. Okay. All I'm saying Is to me. It sounds like the guy's saying, Hey, listen, if the government over acts or doesn't do what we want You didn't say that. I find encouraging a meeting director. He did the first one that wasn't insurrection, so he didn't say that. That's a lie. Second thing is, I'm gonna ask you. Yes, there was a riot. I'm going to ask you very specifically and records. See if you can answer this and not answer it with the same BS you've been saying for 10 minutes now, Rick. What is the Second Amendment therefore Because what you're saying is untrue. What is the second Amendment in place for what is the second Amendment afford us? What does it protect? Tell me why the second movement exists. Go, Rick. It doesn't have anything to do with it. The government gets out ahead if you use your arms against them. That is what I asked you. I asked you very specifically. Why does the second answer? I'm getting Rick. Your answer sucks. It's not an answer. Your answer is a non answer to non secular. You're like Ted. Lieu. You make crap up. Let me ask you again. Why does the Second Amendment exist? Answer the question. You're asking a question that I don't agree with, because you can't disagree. The questions questions that interrogative statement looking to gain information. I would like to know what it is that you think about the second Amendment. Why is it there? Rick, go What has that to do with this conversation? It has everything to do with conversation. You're saying that he's misinterpreting the second Amendment. I want you to tell me what your interpretation of it is. Didn't think he's missing. What is your interpretation of the Second Amendment? Rick? No, You don't want to hear what he said. For real black should get angry with me, Carrie, because I give these people so much time. Anyone? Yeah. I mean, Rick is called in before and Rick always, I think misrepresents himself to Sam. But.
SI Media Podcast
"second answer" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Not only be my favorite of the summer holidays. It might be the best day of the entire year and we have to celebrate our nation's wonderful independence right. That is the wrong answer. The correct answer would be one memorial day. Starting this summer you got a couple of months of laziness going on you. Shed the winter if the second answer is labor day because like you said it's the start of the nfl season and third and probably one of the worst holidays fourth of july because of fucking fireworks. Which i hate so that he can be oppressive right. Yeah yeah that too. But it's funny that you would hate labor day when i mean i see labor day and all i think about the nfl. And it's a beautiful feeling. Did you see last week on the erin andrews. Chris thompson podcast. The story they told about. Larry david getting in the elevator. Tom brady incredible. Is that not just a phenomenal story. That just makes you smile so much so let me just talk people quickly. If they missed it it was at the kentucky derby few years ago thomson the elevator with a bunch of people. Larry walks in and according to chris thompson. You have to watch her do it. Because she does the perfect. Larry's larry there in the elevator. Tom doesn't say a word. I mean larry doesn't say where it's tom brady. Says and larry turns around and goes. Oh hey tom and then turns right back around and faces the elevator doors come on. Isn't that beautiful. That beautiful is tremendous in the backstory. That chris has. I've heard that sort from chrissy before she tells it amazing. Yeah is that larry. Of course is a diehard jets fan. So like there's so many things could go down and it just doesn't even give him a time of day larry david. I know you've met him before you were at no idea. Yeah yeah it comes scarred scarred. It was occur premier. That i got invited to let me tell you something. I'll be honest. I asked you. They were filming in new york. Must.
Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"second answer" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Definitely a science roy he tells us about this cast and how they work. Oh it's great. It's it's it's always interesting when you get a group of actors together and they embrace the material and suddenly materials better on camera than is page. Which is what you're always looking for. You know i've been fortunate. Working a lotta casts that tend to lift what you're what you're doing and they become people really join them and watch. There's a dynamic between the writers in the room and the cast on stage where you start writing to their voices learn what their strengths are and playing that and seeing the chemistry between them as they play so now moving to the second year of the show. And we kind of know this cast. We're gonna know what they can do. And you start carving to show a different way that you did the first season where you worked so far ahead and you're still like writing the characters as you thought they were originally and then you watching you kind of behind kurd. And then you haven't even edited for a while so it takes a while until you've kind of figured out who your what's your on samba is and what they're capable of. And then you take. Apply that knowledge into the second answer. I liked what you get when you bring a character like jerry ryan. Tonight show canisters things that really gives an internal cia. What she liked the first choice to play. I think she was. She was one of those roles that came up with some are saying we should jerry ryan. Well yeah but she's probably not going to do it and the next thing you know there's more With helix but i wanna tell you about some really cool changes on fi talk premium. I looked at some of the lineup of shows that were there on premium and really decided on the interviews that will be brought back in which will be kept like great vintage best of conversations with joss weeden and leonard nimoy plus the series on the red carpet which has my one on one. With celebrities and monthly edition recaps the previous month compiled from time capsule episodes. Now it has over. Two full. Years of episodes available premium is better than ever with special editions on twelve monkeys. One also available on helix as well to enroll does visit my premium page. Sifi talk dot com click on get premium access linked to get started. Once you're on my lips and account you can choose a subscription level. That's right along a subscription more of a discount. Get and then you'll be able to listen either on the internet on my premium. Page your ios app or android one subscription. Is you log in access to all three in just a couple of those east. So i really hope you'll join me for great season coming up on scifi talk premium gorski. Who has dr julia walker. Had quite an arkansas season. One returns once again what i've gotten from season to already. I know that my character just like the first season. I went through a pretty intense character. Arc i mean they really love to put me through the wringer it left to torture mean don't they you know the box the muzzle the whole. Okay shower attack But what i've gotten from the first episode. That i've seen it's it's really going to attach the psychological thriller aspect of the show. Which was kind of my favorite part to be on his. What makes it unique and mysterious and spooky. And it's going to go far into that. I'm still trying to find out what's happening with me. I mean. I think she might start playing a number of angles and I know that writers like to spring things on us last minute. But i think that i'm going to be all over. The mob must be confusing even for me to figure out. Every time i knew episode just like last season it was. That's happening to me now. Okay you know it's In because it saifi and because the way we shot the show gave a lot of creative freedom and so they can kind of go anywhere and exciting part. So i think joel's definitely i mean. Let's face it. She had a lot taken from her and and a lot happened to her. So there's the core of who she was but some of those things will change but then she's gonna hold onto some of that so i guess people do whatever they have to do to survive. She describes the shower scene between walker. And peter what's funny. Is that when we started shooting. I'd only read the pilot episode. And then we're in the middle of shooting. I get up so tune and said oh so. There's a shower scene. That's interesting thanks guys but Yeah that was. That was a surprise to but i thought it was amazing and it was a lot of fun to shoot honestly just because Brad turner director on that one. He's a really classy guy. I'll admit i was a little nervous. Because i didn't know how they were gonna shoot it and i'm a mom of two kids. Nobody needs to see that. How are we shooting this buddy But he's he's a classy guy and he said look. It's going to be frosted glass and it's going to be just really about the relationship and the whole i felt so completely comfortable. Neal is awesome. His great person to work with these totally professional. And i knew him from before too and so i just felt i was completely comfortable with the crew with everyone and we were able to go for. It ended up being a lot of fun to sheep. Seen it was terrifying. I mean even. When i watched it i still felt this thing in my stomach and to be honest they pulled back on what they showed because what they shot. I think the first cut was. It was really long and the screaming. That was happenings. I wasn't i didn't know how i was. We didn't have anything planned. But the way that i was screaming. It's just it just gets you in the stomach. It's just not good. She tells us more about possible. Triangles like the allen. Farag julia walker. Sarah jordan one from season one there might be a couple of triangles going on and something that i love about the way they did. This show is with the women characters. At least especially with julia. She's not there because of her ex husband. She doesn't exist because of her relationships. I think that's important with women and tv and film that's why. Tv's gotten so good characters mazing these days So i love that. They would set something up and you want something to happen but they never either have time to address it. Or there's always something better to do and i thought that was really interesting about last season. That you don't burn Billy campbell with allen like we didn't have a conversation about us until episode ten. And so i thought that was. That was really interesting so those things are going to even in the first episode of season. Two there's some interesting things that happened but it comes out in a way that you don't expect of course it. Hasn't he looks okay. So there's a new location. We can't talk about specifics. But how is it like kind of working in this Well i haven't been there yet. I haven't seen it yet. We start in two weeks so I'm actually heading to montreal straight. After this i can get settled and start training and stuff like that.
ABA Inside Track
"second answer" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"I just wanted as an amazing our guests. I just wanna go on record by just professing. My love for denise like it's amazing. Did she prepare that for that. Call for papers for did she was she see. That's actually a good question. I feel like. I wanna like text her and ask her second answer. This property look like years of research and work to mean. Denise has been doing this kind of work. I mean both in the field of behavior analysis and specifically in activists and social justice spaces four years and select this paper. I was. I mean mind blown like mine either way. She was prepped and ready. She spoke about a lot of the themes and use a lot of the language. I think in the paper during her keynote at the most recent babbitt conference. So i don't in reading this for tonight. I felt like i was already familiar with some of it. Because you've done that keynote. Yeah there were a lot of pictures in the in the keynote too. So i'm trying to imagine the was reading the paper because it's a little harder some of the concepts. You hear relational frame theory. There were some great figures but it was much nicer to have the slides. Because there's a little more visual aspect you sort of need those pictures with our s. t. I find that's my name. I need that this will and we will also be discussing a non behavior analytic piece but one that is very relevant to this discussion. And that is dr martin luther king. Junior's opening talk at the as annual convention back in nineteen sixty seven so technically it was published in the journal of social issues. Nineteen sixty eight would be and it is titled the role of the behavioral scientists in the civil rights movement and another one. That completely blew my socks off. When i read it and i read it countless times. It completely blew me away so yes. I'm excited to discuss very good all right so now that we know what we're using our as our frame for discussions who listeners. Have some literature that either. Be reading before they listen or after they listened. Let's get into our general discussion. I guess since really the topic cami is about not just diversity in terms of racial diversity but really talking about lgbtq a diversity. What would you say some of the positive steps towards like reaching markers of approved. Diversity have existed for the lgbtq community. In the in the past few years. I mean i think especially i think it was in two thousand and fourteen where you know. The marriage equality law was passed where we can legally get married certain provisions as far as different states. You know it it. No longer being like fireable offense for example for disclosing that you're lgbt qa. The military specifically like the rare. Like don't ask don't tell things like that. I really think. I guess if i had to come umbrella lewis. I think there's just more visibility. And i think often times with more visibility that can if we're intentional kind of paved the way for more access to basic human rights. But there's definitely room for improvement. But i think there's more normalized i think is more normalized for people to just be who they are in in not being as stigmatize specifically or lesbians gay people. I think we have a long way to go. Unfortunately with bisexual people people even clearness. I think i think we have a long. I mean really with all with all of that the alphabet. We and we have a long way to go. But i i think we're we're helping especially kids to be feel okay..
Frequencia Urbana Podcast
"second answer" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
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"second answer" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"So they made tracks out of it, and they pulled up stakes Put down stakes with people in the establishment the deep state again. Whatever you wanna call, I'm not wedded to Deep state. Just so you know, that's why I keep giving myself options here. Mean John Weaver. John Weaver worked for Democrats. People forget That between running McCain's two campaigns in 4008 Weaver worked for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee that's in the House. This guy has not been a Republican, except for his name only status for McCain. Anyway. So here's the current status of of the of the Lincoln Project. One Lincoln Project co founder is out amid scandal that be John Weaver to others have quit to pursue other things that be this run Steve Slow Guy and Mike Madrid. Another has taken a leave of absence. That's George Conway. Whose whose daughter the poor girl, constant meltdown on social media. And now they're changing the name. They're getting rid of Lincoln. And instead of the Lincoln Project, the new company is named Politic ology. So that's what these guys are doing. And that's what they're up to. Okay, let me grab that. Let me grab Paul here in Tucson, Arizona. Welcome, sir. Great to have you with us. Hi. They rush. Thanks for taking the call. Yeah. Prayers and appreciation for everything you do. Thank you, sir. You know, last week you were talking about Republicans not being able to are not knowing how to use power when they've got it. And now we see the Democrats. You're taking care of all these lawbreakers or participating in the coup. One thing I've been frustrated for four years about and I know you have two basic question. Why did Trump Allow that Trump FBI and the Trump Justice Department to go after Trump people and put Trump people in jail on B and therefore beyond the defensive. His entire administration in the media. I've tried to explain the details of the coup that you brought out other conservative talk, so people were brought out all the e mails. Everything. My my Democrat, friends and relatives even Respond by saying Well, if it's the Democrats sitter so corrupt, why are the Republicans of one's going to jail? I don't understand why Trump Allowed this to happen. The presidency. Control the in administration. Okay, I'm gonna tell you something. Let me answer your question. You may not believe the answer. Trump may have been the only one who didn't know And the reason that Trump didn't know is because he just couldn't Accepted. He it is your president, United States. You've offered administration jobs to a number of people. You can't You don't believe every damn one of them is corrupt and is working against you. But I'm telling you that he I think they mishandled this thing from the get go. I think it was illegitimate from the get go, but they didn't treat it that way. They treated it as a legitimate investigation. They allowed the premise of this to be set by Mueller and Comey and Obama and inviting and Brennan and Clapper and all that. And the premise was that Trump was a legitimate that he had stolen the election work for this. Oh, that's become what everybody discusses. Trump should never have allowed that. Become the premise but went once that happened, then the whole thing that nobody's arguing about is a is a gigantic hole in the wall. There's nothing there. And yet everybody is talking about it and trying to win points and persuade people based on that. Right. But the answer. It was never trumps FBI. It was the other FBI that was doing what they were doing. And Trump didn't didn't think that such a thing was possible. He didn't think that such an opposition Could be so massive and in scale. Right? No. Yeah, the whole time I watched I thought Could have turned it around me even used the phrase dirty cops and witch hunt. The only way he narrative around Was to have his people investigate the other side and actually But even even that investigator Durham Yeah, During knows every everybody involved in this new from the beginning that it was For lack of a better word. A hoax. It was all made up. Everybody involved knew it. Look, I've got I appreciate the call there. Two answers here. The first one is the answer. I just gave you About the competition in America. Today is the elites versus the middle class. Everybody has suspected for the life of America that the elites Welcome the middle class that the elites they might have made fun of him, and they might have scored in the minimum. But everybody understood that in the American economic system, you need a middle class. That's where the majority the money is in total. And and and the fact that everybody in the middle classes, starting small businesses and hiring people, that's good for the country. That's not the case anymore. The middle class is the target. And look at what? Look at what the deep state Has secured. They own the media. They own Hollywood. They own big tech. They own education. They own popular culture. In their view, they've won, in their view they own ever. There's no reason now to need the middle class. There's no reason to put on airs or to act like you care about people in the middle class because they think They've essentially Succeeded in controlling Everybody in the middle class. They think they've won. That's why they're going to do everything they can to make sure future elections are irrelevant. So the second answer to this Uh, is that everybody involved in this whole thing knew it was bogus and made up from the beginning..