36 Burst results for "Seven Months"

Coronavirus: US passes grim milestone of 200,000 deaths

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

02:22 min | 2 d ago

Coronavirus: US passes grim milestone of 200,000 deaths

"The United States today reached a staggering unwanted milestone. 200,000 American lives lost to cope in 19 to break that down in another way that's like having the entire populations of Bellevue and Lacey Washington wiped off the map in the past seven months. ABC is Mark Hamill are joining us on the camo news line. With more on today's grim numbers. Mark, How did we get here? Well, there's a number of factors that has led the U. S. 200,000 dead. But I think many health experts would really point to three major causes that has led us to a country with 5% of the world's population. Tohave 21% of the world confirmed death from Kobe 19 and one of those things inadequate access to healthcare there 30 million uninsured people in this country. And that has particularly as we know Kobe 19 has disproportionately affected my minority communities, low income communities, and so that's largely or likely part of an axis. Inadequate access to healthcare Co morbidity, the CDC says. Six in 10, Americans have a chronic health condition. While we know the covert 19 is particularly worrisome if you have a chronic health condition, like diabetes or something else like that on Europe, more more of a risk of developing a severe complications. And then the final thing is America's. Inability to respond appropriately to be outbreak going back all the way to January and step you area, Trump said. The US back in February was the most prepared country in the world, and we were the US topped a number of lives in terms of preparedness for an outbreak in terms of our state of the art labs, heir stockpile our disease tracers, things like that. But we were caught off guard. No doubt by the fact that this spread with a symptomatically there were cases of people We didn't even know they were getting it from there. The slow adoption of lock down orders Airport tracing things like that screening testing being still inadequate even today, compared to what Admiral Brett, your law has said he wanted to see 50 million tests done a month by September will last month. We only did 24 million. So only halfway there, so there's a lot of factors and then I think one of the other one that continues to get mentioned mixed messaging from the White House and the CDC, particularly early on, they said. People don't need to wear that. Well, then they had to change that later that people should, and so I think that's all helped contribute to the fact that them and help get us to the fact that we have now

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Fresh update on "seven months" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:43 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "seven months" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Way have no word of injuries or arrests for win. Hey, HQ CO Moh news If protesters air rioter, start damaging your property, How far can you legally go to defend it? Almost cold. Miller takes a look with property. Malicious trust, passing or interference can only be met with force quote, not Mohr than necessary, according to one lawyer. But confrontation is not a good idea. That's according to retired police officer Jin Futa. If you went outside it confront those people and the rocks were being thrown at you. And that's bodily injury. You could. You could do that. But I tell you, I wouldn't recommend that in today's mentality, And should you become the target and fear for your life? Think before you respond. Seattle has made national headlines a lot in the past seven months from Cove in 19, too smoky skies to protests and riots. Some people argue Seattle's reputation is now tainted. Here's camo Suzanne Font. Some say recent protests. Riots in Seattle are hurting its image. Reputation is suffering. I mean, there's no doubt about it come, travel expert Steve Donna Shook explains Nationwide. We're getting a bad reputation we get. We get tainted every time they talk about, you know, New York Portland in the ER in Seattle. And just not helpful. Groups like visit Seattle say they plan on launching in the $8 million campaign next month to draw local and regional visitors. Suzanne's on minus 26 year old man was shot to death into coma This morning It happened near East 38 Street in East.

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Coronavirus: US death toll passes 200,000

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:13 min | 3 d ago

Coronavirus: US death toll passes 200,000

"We now have passed the two hundred, thousand person milestone. Desk from coronavirus. Anthony Fauci is called the stunning. Obviously, very upsetting. What's what's your react with reaction to this? I think it's troubling whether we're looking in the Review Mirror at the past six six, almost seven months now, and how did we get to two hundred thousand and I don't know a public health expert who believes that that number should not be significantly lower. you know this is a deadly virus. Of course, you're going to lose some people but you know the president's handling of it is the number one issue in the Campaign Supreme Court pick not withstanding and so I think in the rear view mirror it is sad sobering numbing I do these numbers every day and I stay up at night crunching them looking for changes in the trends and I don't pretend to be a scientific expert but it is it's depressing So two hundred, thousand Americans that's grand rapids. Michigan. That Salt Lake City Utah at Huntsville Alabama just wiped off the map just just gone. In seven months, six months really before when the first death. If you think about that, it's just it. It is mind blowing and so then you look forward and at the moment there were fifty one thousand plus new infections confirmed yesterday we're going back up We're not coming down You know there's just no way to swallow a process two, hundred, thousand dead Americans were about to hit seven million cases. Every one of those numbers is a person it's your brother, your sister, your son or your daughter, your neighbor, your friend, your colleague. The numbers can get the numbers get so big sometimes I think we kind of IMP de personalized them or impersonal is them well, we can't do that and I don't care what your politics are. We should never do that and I it is it painful looking backwards jevon mortuary. But when you looking forward we're heading we're we're right now going back up. So. That means more infections and that inevitably means more deaths the doctors will tell you they're better at treating this now. So the you know the death rate would not be as high as it was back at the peak of all this but still especially. When the all the experts tell you, it is preventable. Any is a crime.

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As Europe faces 2nd wave of virus, tracing apps lack impact

Dennis Prager

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

As Europe faces 2nd wave of virus, tracing apps lack impact

"New covert cases were tattered is a big part of Europe's plan to beat the crow the virus outbreak. But as Jeremy House reports seven months into the pandemic virus cases are on the rise Once again, the apse have not been widely adopted due to privacy concerns, technical problems and lack of interest from the public. Britain, Portugal in Finland this month became the latest Wanna bail smartphone app. Sit alert people if they've been near someone who turned out to be infected so they can seek treatment or isolate. But a few countries have scrapped. They're tracing APS already, while others have found so few users of the technology is not very effective. Jeremy House

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Another record low in viewership for 'Pandemmys'

KNX Evening News

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Another record low in viewership for 'Pandemmys'

"Number People who watch the Primetime Emmy Awards last night set a record love with 1/6 consecutive year, averaging 6.1 million viewers about the races the previous low of 6.95 last year. A record for any viewership is 35.8 million viewers. That happened back in 1986 during an era when there were only three major broadcast networks and cable programs had much smaller audiences than today and forget about streaming. A record low Emmy viewership comes seven months after the number of people watching the Oscars set a record, though with 23.57 million viewers,

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Nearly 9 million Americans haven't received their stimulus checks

Eric Metaxas

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

Nearly 9 million Americans haven't received their stimulus checks

"Million Americans were still without their stimulus checks seven months after the care Zack past that, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. It's the third such report put out by the nonpartisan congressional watchdog known as the investigative arm of Congress. Examining the implementation of the cares act. Another pandemic relieve actions. Each report outlines steps for Congress in the Trump administration it take to improve the nation's response. While the Treasure Department and the Internal Revenue Service had tried to smooth out some of the flaws in the Stevens check program, the agency's still lack updated information how many eligible recipients have yet to receive these funds?

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"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

07:55 min | Last week

"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"So Divine Franklin. Thank you so much for joining us on the podcast talk about the new inclusivity standards for the academy. I assume it's been a really exciting couple days for us since since this was all announced. Yes exciting and tiring, and you know sleepless but we've been working on this for some time. So I'm beyond excited that we've been able to put this out and you. Now it's out in the world and the response has been what we've expected and it's really gratifying to finally been able to accomplish this. There were moments when I was like I don't know. If it's going to happen. It's such a difficult thing to do. But thankfully here we are on the other side of it. Yeah. I wanted to know how just free personally, how long have you been academy governor and maybe had something like this in mind or kind of wanted to make this kind of forward progress you I've been an academy governor for just four year. Before that I was a member, but I was chairing the a twenty twenty initiative for the past year before serving as governor, and that's basically overseeing our Jersey inclusion initiative at the time that it started even before I became a member and so you know serving in that capacity and really helping you know this effort of how to become more inclusive. Organization that really. Helped me tremendously. You know it really was like one of those things where I saw. Okay. Got It. There is a way to help the institution to serve. To really make contribution in. So from that, that is really what lay the foundation for me once they asked me to become a governor large. I immediately accepted it was a great opportunity to continue that service and you know working on these standards was part of it you know I do believe that. Is One of those things that sometimes you have to believe it, you have to work within the system in order to get it done but you starting before as governor. Now in being harder this process, it has been unbelievable. You know because you know when I started it wasn't like I said I WANNA go. This is the contribution I didn't know what the contribution other than just being ordered The way that the announcement of these inclusivity standards that announcement reference Oscarssowhite specifically, and that's me. You know been a really visible campaign for anyone who follows the Oscars and then watching the membership expand kind of immediately after that. But from the way you're talking it sounds like the membership expansion was one big step but there's been a ton of other conversations happening behind the scenes many years before any of us saw these announcements. Is A team effort there've been so many people behind the scenes, the academy staff and other governors and members that have been working tirelessly and fearlessly around. This issue and so you know just being able to now announce these standards. A really just represents the work that's been ongoing into your point you know Oscar so white that happened years ago, and that certainly was a catalyst without a doubt to stimulate tremendous change within the organization You know yet once that that catalysts happened the organizations doing this work in taking it very seriously and has made it one of the pillars of what we really stand for when when you say working fearlessly, what are some of the fear that you think either has to be overcome more like concert people outside that you Kinda have to set aside to push on something like this. I mean listen fear anytime you're changing We all face that fear no matter what is like you know we're experiencing new job or we gotta go get a new place to to live wherever there's changed their sphere. So you know. Being apart at the academy in US navigating this has been no exception. So some of the fear is, are we gonNA get a wrong? You, know, some of the fear is, what's GonNa be the criticism some of the fear is How will we be perceived some the fear is you know when you're charting a course for the future, it's very easy to look back to see how you got there much harder to say, okay. Here's where we need to go. We aren't sure exactly after taking is going to get us there there was a lot of fear of. This organization has this institutional knowledge in memory and we've done things a certain way. What happens if we do things slightly different and so these are some of the fears that we all had to face that we had to talk through that. We had to work through in when I say fearlessly I mean to take this on specifically. These new standards for this picture taken on. Requires a certain fearlessness because. Again the academy has been around for nine decades, this is the first time in the history of the academy where. The nature has happened. So it did require some fearlessness on the part of of all of us that were involved in you know in our CEO Don President David, and so many other to take this on and to say you know what we want to be on the right side of this, we want to be on the right side of history to be a part of the change that we want to see him in this industry, and as a result, we want to take a leadership position and we're going to do it by doing what we can do which. is to affect change around our our standards. Yeah. I mean the amount of detail in the announcement I really indicates how much thought process went into this and you guys said another interviews that you really you talk to studio heads and producers and sure a ton of other people. You just talk a little bit about what that process was like who all you had to check in with on all these steps to make sure that it was with accomplishable and also setting the standard high enough. Yeah. You know it's a good question. It wasn't so much check in with. It was really about constituency. It was really about community and what I mean by that is that sometimes you know our organization in has had a history of announcing things that will affect the industry in the industry finds out about it in the press announcement right and then the industries like blood house is going to work did. So we made a concentrated effort to. Not Do that. Changing these standards affects everyone that that is making movie. So the goal was one you know the BF I was really the foundation for which we you know they created the foundation and we use that foundation to modify the standards for our purposes. So one, it was really understanding from the what worked what didn't work what were some of the challenges and understanding those challenges as we began to to craft are set of inclusion standards, the other part of it was. Really internally for US coming to an agreement by. This is what we WANNA do in. This is how we WANNA. Do it now let's figure out the way to go about that. Once, you got the standards to a place where we felt like, okay this represents our intent of inclusion not exclusion. Then we begin the process of building constituency, and so we started that constituency with many majors majors to the Gills. You know we went to the writers guild we went to the producers we went to the directors guild and we had all these different meetings in image we talked about the standards we got feedback. So building this constituency was critical so that now as these standards are out. There is really a lot of support in the community for them the beauty of of being able to build that constituency before announcing was that we got that feedback early I mean there was a tremendous to your point, a lot of work and time ever consideration to make sure that these standards were representative of the intent. Now, they are not perfect right there. That's what we did want perfection in the way of progress and that was something that was really important for us. We like you know what we're never especially first time out going to be. Able to please everybody some I'm. GonNa say they go too far some are going to say Arna we understand but we got to get started because if we are be the industry and the organization that looks like the world then we've got a step in the direction where the world already is..

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"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

05:49 min | Last week

"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"But like she's going to add at least one piece of hardware to that tally in the next few months, which is. She's what? She's had. Yeah it's just hard to imagine like seeing Regina King's name on your ballot napping like, oh. Yeah. I wanted to give her an award like everyone wants to give it to you and and deserved I mean she's so good on watch what you know so it's it's Yeah. It's not like Tony Shalhoub winning all these times, Vermont we're. Check the box because Regina can't keep winning for different things I know why? Exactly exactly I was looking at the supporting actor and movie limited series category where there's three actors from watchmen nominated and again in similar ways, accession is kind of hard to know who to vote for the Louis Gossett Junior. I think would have an edge, but I only watched two episodes of Hollywood but I swear to God at Jim. Parsons wins over the actors and watchmen I'm not going to be very happy Sorry to persons you emmys. I. Hope you're proud of your work. You don't need this one. The one of the critics groups I'm a part of the Game Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association although I think that name is in Nebraska shifting anyway the TV awards were announced actually on like streaming television on Sunday and. Jim Parsons was nominated Katie but did not win. So who wanted win with his own people so Yeah. I. Mean it the that category is tricky because of the three watchmen actors but I'm intrigued to see how it pans out and I mentioned this in in like a meeting we had last week but I have I have to say on Brandon say it which is that if Washington wins and if Damon Lindelof, wins, this will be his first emmy since he won for the first season of lost fifteen years ago that's and it's just like you know the loss had a big finale anniversary this year I know that like Dylan to laugh. I think was unfairly sort of maligned. For the loss finale and then sort of clawed his way back. Getting a lot of Prestige. Gloss for the leftovers which is an extraordinary piece of work I watched the leftovers I just watched the leftovers finale. Sometimes, there's just something I do. Yeah And so for him to come back in like probably Wayne for Washington this Sunday. I I think that's a beautiful story. So excited for him. He gave a very nice speech at the TV or it's Actually. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah I just looked up Regina Kings Emmy stats and I would love to know who what she if she went watchman which we expect her to it will be she will have four acting emmys as four different characters would love to know who else has done that because that is not an easy thing to do great 'cause Julia Louis Dreyfus has a ton but like for three editor yeah, say three she won two of them are four American crime but that's meant theology series. So she was two different people anyway When Regina came kept winning for American crime, which was not like a show that a lot of people were talking about in that way. That's what I was like this lady cannot lose. Here for. Lake Yeah Oh I'm excited I'm excited for the watchman celebration. I hope they're all together all like sixty people. For Watchmen and. Should we mentioned that the creative arts happened I mean I didn't look much of the winners Nicole. Bierhoff. Ongoing they're hoping every ongoing, right? Yeah. But but the first round of them happened on Monday night we're recording on a Tuesday and of the some of the winners announced I was it was interesting to see that layer remedies scientology show won for best non scripted, hosting or something like that. which is great for lay remedy but also like Hollywood pushing back against scientology and. Interesting and cheer one for a direction thing Yeah because I documentary like that where it's over so much time and like in the room with people that that's an interesting directing challenge yet and drag race one for editing, which I hadn't really thought about that as anything more complicated than editing has already complicated but some Greg Ellwood pointed out on twitter that like they had to edit out around an entire contestant who was rightfully canceled right before the show started to air the season started to Air and so they cut him out as thoroughly as possible while still maintaining the narrative flow of the show. which is like, okay. Give that person an emmy because it it totally works. So I don't know I just feel like the the broader that t gets the more the creative arts emmys offer like maybe they probably always did offer interesting narratives, but it's just easier to pay attention to them. Now especially, when like Nicole buyer is hosting, it's also where you get like really like Taylor swift has an emmy only mean like that. A Lot. Yeah. So yeah, and I like I I'm pretty sure the creative arts have not always been like a five night thing like they've been on a single night but I liked. Spreading it out really allowing you be like Oh. Okay. Queer I wanted to me last night. Good to know. Yeah I think that's part of like how they're trying to cope with like the weird. New Normal. Award season you know. Getting the Oscars to be we. Yeah Oh God and I've been on the record about this many times like if the Oscars eight hours long an extremely youtube I'd be delighted. So yeah, weeks a week of Oscar sounds great to me. Okay analysis into my conversation with Devan Franklin who is a film producer and longtime executive at various studios, as well as a academy governor and was really instrumental in pushing the inclusivity standards at the Oscars which we talked about in more detail last week I found it really interesting that he acknowledged both the people who think it would increase cycling creative freedom and also people who argued it didn't go far enough and he kind of acknowledged those sides and basically said, we start somewhere we had to do something which I thought was really a chance for him to take. So let's listen to that conversation..

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"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

05:32 min | Last week

"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"So yeah, I have no problem with him his performance, and I am even the particulars of that side of the movie. Are handled. Subtly it's it doesn't turn into some sort of melodrama all of a sudden but but you know it's an interesting movie and I I like that it. Again was really actually interacted with the thing it was about or the setting it was you know took place. During that anything else you want to know about. No. Well, one thing I was thinking of. About like I guess was lacking from a virtual tiff for for for. The way in which things can permeate the larger conversation honestly is the red carpet like I know that there was a red carpet event is but I know that there's a lot of people who who like to watch. You know the actors that they're interested in watch the walk, the red carpet and when they do they're like. So, and so there Oh, it's for this movie that darn with this person on somebody to think about you know what I mean it is it is actual promotion for the film beyond like This person looks hot in this dress or whatever, and and not having that. As, just a reminder of who are the players this season, and what's going on just adds to the sort of dissociated feeling of of this particular event you know. Yeah, I mean yeah. To keep like raining on the premiums. No you're right I. Mean it's just there are so many ways in which not having an in person I mean yes it was in person for people local in Toronto. So I shouldn't discount that there were people go to movies in the city during the festival and still are. Not, having Preston all the attendant stuff there. You forget like actually how much of a springboard this thing really is Yeah Yeah I. Think about last year like I was walking down King Street, which kind of the main street in. TORONTO. Where the festival takes place and just heard like shrieking from in the distance and knives out premier was happening. So late for seven Sir, probably, Chris Evans have just got. Not only is there no recarpet for Christmas? Welcome but like there's no knives out studio movie to come like there's N-, there's nothing on that scale of like larger movies that will be coming out later in the fall to kind of bring attention to it to like you know there's not even an giang level thing know these films are very interesting and powerful and good but the the level of attention just can't be the same. I think about you know maybe the last movie I'll mention good Joe Bell starring Mark Wahlberg from Reynaldo Marcus Green. WHO's last film had a pretty successful showing at Sundance monsters and men and I think that good job L. at one point was inconsideration to go to Sundance and didn't, and then waited for the fall festivals now. Works and I wonder how that would have changed that movies profile. You know I, think it's a fine movie and I think it does some things really well, I thought it wouldn't, which is that it it doesn't. It doesn't become a kind of schmaltzy uplifting story it actually stays pretty grim and. An unforgiving of its lead character, and while we're doesn't mean whether or not anyone wants to actually follow his. Perhaps potential redemptive redemption narrative. We're who knows that's for anyone to decide but you just wonder like the movie like that with the Big star making an Oscar play. Didn't really make any much much noise doesn't seem to me so maybe it would have. A different festival or in a different year. Yeah. One less thing I would mention before we move on and speaking of things that the people will be able to see. In October on HBO David, Burns American Utopia will premiere spike Lee's film version of the Broadway show that you know stars David Byrne a bunch of talking heads songs. You might know from another concert movie stop making sense but this one is really wonderfully differen- on. It's so good. It was such a great trip back to a time when there were audiences in real theaters but also like not purely. escapist like it's in some ways about like having empathy and engaging with your society in voting, and it's such a thrill to watch I've already gone back and rewatch parts of it So all of you will be able to do the same thing it'll be on HBO in a month So. Fun. You talking about Katie in our wrap up really made me WanNa see I do not like concert films. I. Don't really like David Birth, music but I was like, okay. Now I I'm sold so. For us, it definitely is a concert, but it's like it's it's much more of a show then like even stop making sense says so I definitely think you should give it a shot. You can't see it on on the zoom recording on right now, but Katie is wearing a large suit in. Essence clause. Yeah. Like dancing with an yeah. Actually we my husband and I watched it and then we have since watched dot making sense and then last night he was watching the last wall so it's like really radicalized him on concert movies. Beware. If you watch. American Utopia, you might go down a real rabbit hole. Have I told by David Byrne story on this podcast no-one to hear it a friend of mine used to be worked for his management company and she invited me to every Thanksgiving at their at their offices in Soho. They have for friends and family competition where they give everyone a couple weeks ahead of time a Turkey molded plastic Turkey mold and you have to fill the Turkey mold with food. That's like in the shape of the Turkey but and they have like it's like a potluck and they taste it and someone wins. I think most of them were vegetarian or Vegan I went to this and met David Byrne and all these kids are running around and there were all these Turkey mold things on a table and everyone tried a little bit of them, and then there was an award at the end and then I left. That's close. But.

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"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

06:42 min | Last week

"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"So I don't I don't really know why it was a tiff but but yeah Kirby, you know Winds Venice on her way to a lot more and in those first thirty minutes of pieces of like okay. Here we go. But yeah then the movie like you said Katie, it just could never match that. Incredible twenty five minute single take. Yeah and I think part of that and I was tweeting about it because I didn't review because you did. It had thing of tragedy movies that kind of or just about the tragedy and not about the people they had happens to like, I don't really feel like I know any of this woman none of pieces. And I think that's really frustrating and it does make me curious what the what the director and writer a apart their partners romantically in filmmaking what they do next but I was expecting something that was really strong from start to finish into knock it up. Yeah. But would you agree that You know awards buzz wise and you know we should say New York film critics announced that they'll you know are you guys Richard will keep the awards in? December so awards are not quite as horrendously are off as we as we think we're not factoring in any of the January February releases. It's all just doing what came out in two thousand, twenty are. you nervous about that Yeah I mean I think it's I think it's good to stand firm and a principal in the National Board of review is is waiting till January to announce there's and they're considering all of those other movies. So we shall see I have I have fears that like certain things like nomad land will end up being pushed to next year and then it won't qualify. In terms of Kirby like absolutely I think the thing about it is that this is a movie that because of its subject matter I guess it is difficult but it talks about A. Fairly. Universal thing which is you know. Having a child that it will maybe feel accessible to people all strata of the academy home and people like a kind of rising star narrative and so I don't know I, feel like all the component parts suggests that this movie. Or her performance at least. Will stand the test of time and she's definitively lead in it oh. Yeah. She is the woman that is the titular woman Hisamitsu. Excellent yeah. Yeah, what else, Richard. Well. I I. Don't know I. Don't have awards eat as it's probably not. It doesn't even have distribution yet but this movie by j Blake's in called I. Care a lot with Rosamund Pike I thought it was so much fun. This dark nasty twisty little thriller. where. Pike plays a very immoral operator who has found all these loopholes in basically become a court appointed caregiver for old people and then just base it robbed them blind like sell their house because she has authority to do that and drain their bank accounts because she has the authority to do that and it all is sort of legal. So it starts as that kind of cold satire and then becomes this mob story in a way. That's also really interesting and throughout pike is just like. Operating on such a fun. Cool level. She's done really good stuff. I think since gone girl, but it's been little seen like a private war or hostels but this feels like the real follow-up role to gone girl It's a similar vein she's photographed similarly in it. I believe the first shot in I care a lot of Pike is of the back of her head and then she turns quite like in gone girl. So. They're not really even shying away from the similarities, but to see something amidst. Twenty five minute horrible birth scene and you know economic ruin in the American west to see just like a really propulsed give funny. Yes. Also cruel thriller was a nice respite and I didn't see it coming. I didn't really have any expectations for that movie and they were well beyond exceeded i. feel like I had a similar reaction to a very different movie but concrete cowboy which I didn't really know what to expect knew it was basically don't. It's got on a horse which you know as soon as you see that press imagery like okay I'll just tell you. Belong on a horse. This whole time turns out but it's this really like nice sort of like a parallel to know Madelyn, and it's about this real life subculture, this urban writing club in North Philadelphia, whereas you know primarily black men and women who are writing and taking care of horses and you know the image of a black cowboy, I think a lot of people like i. didn't know that existed and it made me think of the woman in the Oakland protests in. June. Who was riding her horse with the black lives matter sign it was. Like yeah, that's right. You pay more attention to me because among black woman on a big horse but as as kind of like Gra father and incapable McLaughlin, who you know from stranger things places son is kind of sent to live with him for the summer and you know he gets there and he's learning to bomb with his dad and there's a horse who he like has a special connection to and there's a girl who he talks to, and you know you kind of feel like you know where the store is going in for the most part. You do but the acting is really good. There's this really great performances from like real horse writers who are involved in the Rio Fletcher Club that you know I was having wash no madeleine I was kind of attuned to think it might be in there but they must be like local actors because they're really comfortable in front of the camera but no, they were real horse riders. So that was really impressive interest? Elba just has this great classic cowboy thing going for him but even you know in different context where he's like a former felony he's trying to. Help people ride horses as a way to escape gang violence and you know take control of their lives and just yeah I was really impressed with it. It was interesting world to escape into and I don't think it. I. Think it also doesn't have disruption yet but I would expect that one to show up somewhere pretty soon and it gives a great supporting role to the Great Lorraine, Tucson? Oh. Yeah. which is a fun anytime she pops up in something it's fun I agree with you Katie I think it it it doesn't sort of exploit denise world. It's centering on as kind of gimmick it actually does go into it. And make it a part of the film which I really appreciate it. I could I think the other half of the story with like Gerald Jerome's character I probably was less interested in yeah yeah. That's the part of it where it's like, Oh, it's a story setting like an urban largely black neighborhood I. Guess you know someone's going to get caught up in like drug dealing and violence but you know is a is a real part of life and you know make sense like a you know to show why this horse staple becomes such an important factor in the community drums pretty good in that part of it even though. You mean, his character, you're like, oh I. Think it's GonNa Happen to you. He's a real chameleon guy and It's he's such a pop of life anytime he shows up on screen. So yeah, I have no problem with him his performance, and I am even the particulars of that side of the movie. Are handled. Subtly it's it doesn't turn into some.

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Secular Strategies for Politics

Dogma Debate

06:10 min | Last week

Secular Strategies for Politics

"Welcome to the show. So good to be back with you. I'm doing a couple of shows this week. and. They're kind of across the spectrum. The last show I did. I ever with the Mormon So exciting Mormons tinted stay far away from me. But it was fun actually having a Mormon willing to engage in an actual live debate and we went for like almost three hours and so if you haven't heard the full unedited. Commercialized version of that. The full extended version it's at Patriotair Dot com slash David C smalley. But right now. I'm joined in studio, the One and only Sarah Eleven. God I haven't heard that name in a long time. It's so great to be back. Gosh and it's weird. It's our first time in studio. Yes. You've done a actually come a little closer. You've done a lot of stuff with me, but it's always been over the phone would call in like every week back in the day and the old the old dogma debate days don't even call the show that anymore. but it's like. You've been so active in the political scene and it's funny that there's there are a lot of new people listen to the show now, who have no idea who you are, and then are some of the old school people who were like Sarah. Seeing a long lost cousin. Great. So have you been first and foremost good really well, I just moved to Los. Angeles. So. Thank you. Welcome to the fires and small quakes. It's so disappointing. The first week it was clear skies as beautiful and we were like Oh man we're going to go get our beach tent and and all this stuff, and then it's like now now it's. Hazy skies and it's really depressing and you know I sound like a very privilege right now. Go to the beach. The opposite effect for me the first six weeks I lived here it was rainy and cold, and it was like. I know it was six weeks straight in everybody everywhere I would go they would always go. It's never been like this. We don't know what's happening like it's never been like this I'm going. Yeah. Right and then sure enough it went seven months without raining or something it was gorgeous seventy five degrees every day for nine months out of the year or something, and then it rains again and I'm like, what's this falling on my car? This is bizarre. It is really is really rare that something like this happens, but it's that's what they said about. The last weekend were like this is the hottest weekend and all of all of the year and my place doesn't have air conditioning because it usually doesn't need it most people here that and they're like, why do you not have air conditioning? There are a lot of people go out here a little bit north of Hollywood. So where I am it's common to have AC but down actually on the beach, most people don't because it's like. Seventy S. Literally. Just crack window open your door in. It's fine. but last weekend. Right here where I am I say you a screen shot at one hundred seventeen degrees right here at this spot for you. It was one twenty-one. Few miles away. I can't even imagine one, hundred seventeen. I actually walked outside just to see what it was like literally like an oven it is. You just don't want to do anything used. and. I'll say it's still not as bad as like ninety six degrees in Texas. Because of the humidity humidity, you could take a shower and get out of the TUB and you're sweating and you feel disgusting. It is actually a swamp people forget. Reason more than one reason why it's So let's get into that. They remember you from a different organization. We don't have to dive into all of that, but you are now Founder and principal founder. If you wanted to say with or what, but you're now the founder of secular strategies. So let's get into a little bit of what that means because. I think more than ever. We need that right now just the name it says so much talk about what you do, what you were going to Asians. Sure. So you know I'm I'm really kind of like a meat and potatoes doer and always have been I'm I'm really most interested in just getting things done and getting them done as effectively in strategically as possible and I one of the inspirations for me to start my own company to work with. Clients focused on religious freedom separation of church and state was and you were part of this right in Texas in two thousand sixteen. When we got the secular caucus running that is now totally a pre- pretty much self reliant fundraising for themselves. I would say we spent maybe. A total of like five thousand dollars investing in that in that whole event and that that startup period and. Now, four years later that organization has you know a chair Vice Chair secretary treasurer is raising money got a resolution pass in two local counties van in conversion therapy in Texas. That is and more endorsing candidates. Remember correctly was was that the first ever secular caucus for advancement convention I gave a talk at that. I spoke. I Yeah I remember I remember being able to like I was just I got to say that I got to give a talk at the first ever everyone that's huge. Yeah and now they're like fully functioning. Yeah and now there's one in Nebraska just got one stood up in Florida. So they're they're secular Democrats of Florida and I'm working on. Virginia Colorado And Kentucky now, and we'll get into that in a second but I go back to twenty sixteen when I talk about what I'm doing today because from my perspective. That is one of the highest return on investment projects I have ever done. In terms of how much investment of time and money and the long term offensive because you know, you can do a lot of work but you want your. For me I want to institutionalize things that are going to be self sustaining so that we can I mean from my perspective, we are basically forty fifty years behind the Evangelical, right?

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Secular Strategies for Politics

Dogma Debate

05:10 min | Last week

Secular Strategies for Politics

"I'm joined in studio, the One and only Sarah Eleven. God I haven't heard that name in a long time. It's so great to be back. Gosh and it's weird. It's our first time in studio. Yes. You've done a actually come a little closer. You've done a lot of stuff with me, but it's always been over the phone would call in like every week back in the day and the old the old dogma debate days don't even call the show that anymore. but it's like. You've been so active in the political scene and it's funny that there's there are a lot of new people listen to the show now, who have no idea who you are, and then are some of the old school people who were like Sarah. Seeing a long lost cousin. Great. So have you been first and foremost good really well, I just moved to Los. Angeles. So. Thank you. Welcome to the fires and small quakes. It's so disappointing. The first week it was clear skies as beautiful and we were like Oh man we're going to go get our beach tent and and all this stuff, and then it's like now now it's. Hazy skies and it's really depressing and you know I sound like a very privilege right now. Go to the beach. The opposite effect for me the first six weeks I lived here it was rainy and cold, and it was like. I know it was six weeks straight in everybody everywhere I would go they would always go. It's never been like this. We don't know what's happening like it's never been like this I'm going. Yeah. Right and then sure enough it went seven months without raining or something it was gorgeous seventy five degrees every day for nine months out of the year or something, and then it rains again and I'm like, what's this falling on my car? This is bizarre. It is really is really rare that something like this happens, but it's that's what they said about. The last weekend were like this is the hottest weekend and all of all of the year and my place doesn't have air conditioning because it usually doesn't need it most people here that and they're like, why do you not have air conditioning? There are a lot of people go out here a little bit north of Hollywood. So where I am it's common to have AC but down actually on the beach, most people don't because it's like. Seventy S. Literally. Just crack window open your door in. It's fine. but last weekend. Right here where I am I say you a screen shot at one hundred seventeen degrees right here at this spot for you. It was one twenty-one. Few miles away. I can't even imagine one, hundred seventeen. I actually walked outside just to see what it was like literally like an oven it is. You just don't want to do anything used. and. I'll say it's still not as bad as like ninety six degrees in Texas. Because of the humidity humidity, you could take a shower and get out of the TUB and you're sweating and you feel disgusting. It is actually a swamp people forget. Reason more than one reason why it's So let's get into that. They remember you from a different organization. We don't have to dive into all of that, but you are now Founder and principal founder. If you wanted to say with or what, but you're now the founder of secular strategies. So let's get into a little bit of what that means because. I think more than ever. We need that right now just the name it says so much talk about what you do, what you were going to Asians. Sure. So you know I'm I'm really kind of like a meat and potatoes doer and always have been I'm I'm really most interested in just getting things done and getting them done as effectively in strategically as possible and I one of the inspirations for me to start my own company to work with. Clients focused on religious freedom separation of church and state was and you were part of this right in Texas in two thousand sixteen. When we got the secular caucus running that is now totally a pre- pretty much self reliant fundraising for themselves. I would say we spent maybe. A total of like five thousand dollars investing in that in that whole event and that that startup period and. Now, four years later that organization has you know a chair Vice Chair secretary treasurer is raising money got a resolution pass in two local counties van in conversion therapy in Texas. That is and more endorsing candidates. Remember correctly was was that the first ever secular caucus for advancement convention I gave a talk at that. I spoke. I Yeah I remember I remember being able to like I was just I got to say that I got to give a talk at the first ever everyone that's huge. Yeah and now they're like fully functioning. Yeah and now there's one in Nebraska just got one stood up in Florida. So they're they're secular Democrats of Florida and I'm working on. Virginia Colorado And Kentucky now, and we'll get into that in a second but I go back to twenty sixteen when I talk about what I'm doing today because from my perspective. That is one of the highest return on investment projects I have ever done.

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Why specializing early doesn't always mean career success

TED Talks Daily

05:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Why specializing early doesn't always mean career success

"Hi. I'm Elise Hugh. And you're listening to Ted talks daily today's talk features really fascinating research that cuts us all some slack. What I mean is it turns out you can be a late bloomer in your chosen sport or skill or specialty, and it's actually better for you in a lot of ways. The talk is journalist David Epstein at Ted Ex Manchester in twenty twenty. So I'd like to talk about the development of human potential and I'd like to start with maybe the most impactful modern story of development. Many of you here have probably heard of the ten thousand dollars rule maybe you even model your own life after it. Basically, it's the idea that the become great anything takes ten thousand hours of focused practice. So. You'd better get started as early as possible. The poster child for this story is Tiger Woods. Father Famously, gave him a putter when he was seven months old at ten months, he started imitating his father's swing. At to, you can go on Youtube and see him on national television fast forward to the age of twenty one he's the greatest Golfer in the world's quintessential ten thousand dollars story. Another that features a number of bestselling books is that of the three Polgar sisters whose father decided to teach them chests in a very technical manner from a very early age and really wanted to show that with a head start and focused practice. Any child could become a genius in anything, and in fact, two of his daughters went onto become grandmaster chess players. So, when I became the Science Writer at sports illustrated magazine I got curious if this ten thousand hours rules correct then we should see that elite athletes get a headstart in so-called deliberate practice. This is coached air correction focus practice not just playing around, and in fact, when scientists study lead athletes, they see that they spend more time in deliberate practice not a big surprise. When they actually track athletes over the course of their development, the future leads actually spend less time early on in delivered practice in their eventual sport they to have what scientists call a sampling period where they try a variety of physical activities. They gain broad general skills they learned about their interests and abilities and delays specializing until later than peers who plateau at lower levels. And so when I saw that said, Gosh that doesn't really comport with the ten thousand hours rule does it. So I started to wonder about other domains that we associate with obligatory early specialization like music. Turns out the patterns often similar. Research from a world class, Music Academy, and what I want to draw your attention to is the exceptional musicians didn't start spending more time into practice than the average musicians. Until Third Instrument, they tended to have a sampling period. Even musicians we think of is famously precocious like Yo, Yo Ma he sampling period he just went through it more rapidly than most musicians do. Nonetheless, this research almost entirely ignored and much more impactful is the first page of the Book Battle Hymn of the Tiger mother where the author recounts assigning her daughter Violin. Nobody seems remember the part later in the book where her daughter turns her and says, you picked it not me and largely quits. So having seen this sort of surprising pattern in sports and music. I started to wonder about domains that affect and more people like education and economists found a natural experiment in the Higher Ed Systems of England and Scotland in the period studied, the systems were very similar except in England students had to specialize in their mid teen years to pick a specific course of study to apply tours in Scotland they could keep trying things in university if they wanted to and his question was who wins the trade off the early or the late specializes and he saw that the early specializes jump out to an income. Lead because they have more domain specific skills, the late specializes get to try more different things and when they do pick, they have better fit or what economists call match quality, and so their growth rates are faster by six years out erase that income gap. Meanwhile, the earliest specializes start quitting their career tracks in much higher numbers essentially because they were made to choose. So early that they more often made choices. So the late specializes lose in the short term and win in the long run. I think if we thought about career choice like dating, we might not pressure people to settle down quite so quickly. So this interested seeing this pattern again in exploring a developmental backgrounds of people whose work I had long admired like Duke Ellington who shunned music lessons as a kid to focus on baseball and painting and drawing or Mario Mir's economy who wasn't interested in math is a girl dreamed of becoming a novelist and went on to become the first and so far only woman to win the fields medal the most prestigious prize in the world in Math Vincent Van Gogh had five different careers, each of which he deemed his true calling before flaming out spectacularly, and in his late twenty s picked up a book called the guide to the ABC's of drawing. That worked out. Okay Claude Shannon was an electrical engineer at the University of Michigan who took a philosophy course just to fulfill a requirement and in it, he learned about a near century old system of logic or was true and false statements could be coded as ones and zeroes in solved like math problems. This led to the development of Binary Code, which underlies all of our digital computers today.

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Seattle reporting 69 new COVID-19 hospitalizations, 13 more deaths

News, Traffic and Weather

00:26 sec | Last month

Seattle reporting 69 new COVID-19 hospitalizations, 13 more deaths

"Now we're tracking new numbers in our states Corona virus outbreak, the State Health Department reports another 69 people have been hospitalized with the illness. 13 more deaths reported for a new statewide death toll of 1850. Since yesterday, state reports an additional 390 confirmed cases of Copan 19 inching us closer to 70,000 since the start of the outbreak seven months ago.

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The Latest: US deaths mount, virus takes toll on minorities

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

The Latest: US deaths mount, virus takes toll on minorities

"A new analysis suggests as many as two hundred and fifteen thousand more people that might have been expected dined in the U. S. during the first seven months of twenty twenty half of them people of color blacks Hispanics native Americans and Asian Americans make up just under forty percent of the U. S. population but they accounted for more than half of all the deaths above normal through July that according to an analysis by the Associated Press in the Marshall project earlier data revealed the especially heavy toll on black Hispanic and native Americans but the latest numbers also reveal a disproportionate burden on Asian Americans deaths in each group were up at least thirty percent this year compared with the last five years Ben Thomas Washington

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The Latest: US deaths mount, virus takes toll on minorities

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

The Latest: US deaths mount, virus takes toll on minorities

"A new analysis suggests the number of lives lost to the corona virus in the U. S. is significantly higher than the official told the tally by Johns Hopkins University shows the number of people who have died from covert nineteen in the U. S. approaching one hundred and seventy five thousand but the analysis of government data by the Associated Press and the Marshall project finds the number of deaths during the first seven months of the year what is many as two hundred and fifteen thousand above what might have been expected in a more typical year public health authorities have long said some corona virus deaths especially early on were mistakenly attributed to other causes in the crisis may have led indirectly to the loss of many other lives by preventing or discouraging people with other serious ailments from seeking treatment Ben Thomas Washington

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Barcelona sacks manager after Bayern thrashing

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:21 sec | Last month

Barcelona sacks manager after Bayern thrashing

"Barcelona sacks manager said. 10 days after the embarrassing 82 champions he lost to Bayern Munich. Former rail Batiste boss lasted just seven months. A cam know as bars have failed to win any trophies for the first time since the 7 4008 season. Sources say. Barcelona is in advanced talks of Netherlands manager Robert Come in take over the club. You played six years that it was an assistant manager for two years.

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Microsoft releases Surface Duo

Android Central Podcast

08:59 min | Last month

Microsoft releases Surface Duo

"Wasn't a surprise to anybody who was seeing the writing on the wall but I somebody who wasn't aware that Microsoft was preparing to release a phone or a surface duo that isn't quite a phone. The announcement happened. It happened on Tuesday. It was a pretty big deal for people who? have been looking forward to this product. It was announced alongside the surface neo, which was a is a windows ten x product that has been since delayed before we get into the actual product was this launch sped up at all like we were under the impression that it would come out later in twenty twenty perhaps in the fall or or or even the holiday season but now it's launching in September. What what happened to push up that launch if if anything? Yes. So chat out to Zach Boden, our senior editor who's been. Covering a lot of this and he's the one that's been a lot of the sourcing on this information. So important to talk with this device has been in development literally for five years at least conceptually up until now in a lot has changed since then you know the chemo. was interested in this idea of round two, thousand, fifteen apparently, and he started putting together how how they do stuff at that. One reason you don't get leaks for Microsoft, is they build stuff internally in this one building on campus they three d print everything. So it always stays internal, but he started printing up like basically two smaller screens and tach dumb start carrying them in his pocket. Investigating what was the ideal size here. and. Then we start hearing about around two thousand seventeen. She's started hearing around two thousand seventeen and back then it was GONNA be like windows mobile or maybe kind of windows ten device we weren't really sure and then windows quarrel West started coming out with information air, which is basically abstractions of way from the with the fundamental understanding of windows ten is. And then. Stuff basically change right? They made a decision some time I believe in two thousand, nineteen early on that they weren't going put windows ten on this or windows ten acts or windows quarter wes. For the simple fact that they needed mobile APPS. So they made this like pretty last minute change to go to android and because of that. You know. It was announced with the android a last year as you mentioned, and then it was gonna be holiday season for this year but the specs of the device haven't changed much mostly because they've been so focused on core aspects of the design and function -ality which we'll talk about later that you know it's running a snapdragon e fifty five we all know does have she does doesn't have certain features that people expect in their phones and the F. Samsung coming out with the full to, and we only have the flip and LG. So the market is already starting to move towards this. So they did speed up the release and it's not so much a sped it up cutting corners it just it's done. The hardware was already done for a while it was more about getting android onto this device and as you know and you can speak to a little bit. It's didn't just slap android on this they worked with Google what really makes us device interesting is just how good android To work on dual screens but because of that. They sped it up. And they want to get it out as soon as possible because we already know internally do oh to is in developments like you know calm people expect companies now to do yearly updates on phones yearly yearly releases I should say and that's pretty much can be the case here we're expecting and you can't. You don't want to release a phone in December or November and then released next ball you know knowing how like six or seven months eight months ago I mean some people would only buy with four months upgrade right you. You try to avoid that as much as possible. So yeah, they're trying to get if you're one plus which you do twice a year up. Yes. Right, they're crazy. Yeah. So but yeah so that that's concept long. It's been pushed up ahead of time, but it's basically finished. So it's good. Okay. So before we get into the android side of things, I, still want I wanNA linger on hardware a little bit because it is so important to talk about what you're getting. Panos Panay. So you mentioned Panos, this is the chief product officer of. Microsoft he's the person who stands on stage introducing all the surface products and over the last few years that's run the gamut from surface laptop to the surface book. To the surface pro, we have that massive surface screening. What's that thing called the studio studio which is beautiful. So. There's clearly a cohere cohesion in the hardware division right now that I it finds. Microsoft. Sort of at the peak of its game and I've been really impressed with it as somebody who does not really. Spend a lot of time in that world not nearly as much somebody like you. Tell me about the surface. Design as it relates to other surface products and what the intent is given that it is an android phone, ultimately how it plans to fit into that surface narrative if you will share I I just wanted to talk about a little bit about who this is four because this is such A. You know we're we're so used to win a phone comes out funding like some something from Samsung, for instance. It's a mass release consumer device Arabize by everybody wants it. Surfaces typically aren't like that you need to think of surface devices one as harass perations devices. So they're always a little bit more expensive. They're also things that other companies are supposed to look at like that's a good idea we should do that. Encourages companies to. Not necessarily copied design one for one but a to rip off of it basically to get inspired by do their own take And that sort of the role of surface duo it's not meant to compete with Samsung and apple at this level of like grandma's GonNa go by Jimmy down the streets going to go by my neighbor Bob. Want want it's it's not that you may look at it. It'd be like that's a cool idea. Someday I may want something like that. That is exactly It's built for Panos Panay. Send us like publicly it's built for fans of surface people who live in Microsoft ecosystem. That's a very small group of people admittedly, and that's their expectations here for a sales. You know it's and so when people complaining what type of price later on all this kind of stuff, I get it but at the same time. They see this as sort of just a foot in the door for this new category of devices they're hoping in a couple of years as they go through rations, other companies get evolved that prices come down that. Then it becomes that mass consumer device no different than how surface pro did the same thing whichever's pro came out years ago two, thousand twelve. People laughed at it. It got bad battery life had problems. It didn't. You'll people complain about lap ability like there's all this kind of stuff going on with that and he stuck with it now served pros a well established sort of concept in terms of two and once. So. Of. Markets for and terms of design. You know some people will point to courier, which goes back to two thousand nine. This is a Microsoft project that was internal. It's a hassle dating story about development they were supposed to. They basically came to Bill Gates and was like we can do like windows phone and mobile, or we can do this courier thing and they decided against her. Because it was too proprietary. It didn't actually run any version of windows everything in it was custom built firmware. So you couldn't run like out what God was all this custom. Stuff but you couldn't stall things. And there's some DNA there. Right. But you know four Panos is idea comes down to a digital mole skin. He's been obsessed with this idea I don't even know what it most until years ago, which is a fancy journal, right? It's a bound fancy journal that people in artists and creative people like to carry around and he loves his idea of like a small digital version of that March has always done this idea. That's why other displays are three two aspect ratio. They liked to base things off of what we already know magazines, books, things that work right you. You can criticise whether books you know analog books today are relevant, but the fact is there's something about. Books Right. Like we all have kindles we all love kindles but we also all love the idea sometimes if growing up with a nice book, just opening it up and dog eared the the pages that's where to concept of duo comes from his his idea of a dual screen. Digital Journal kind of device could also work on with two displays.

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Stilulus package debate drags on

Jim Bohannon

00:54 sec | Last month

Stilulus package debate drags on

"Game continues on Capitol Hill. There are life and death matters. It shake. The Democrats are treated this historic national crisis. As a political guy. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell accused Democrats of holding the nation hostage. All of these hostages doctors could possibly get there bad ideas. Across the finish line. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, the Democrats tell America we have your back. Unfortunately, our Republican friends do not. Schumer again ripped the Trump administration's response to the ongoing Corona virus outbreak, saying there is still no national strategy to deal with the crisis. The failure of the Trump administration To develop or implement a national strategy to defeat Cove. It has meant that the disease has raged through our country for seven months, and the economy is in very bad shape. I'm

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'Rona's Report

Yeah, We Said It

05:32 min | Last month

'Rona's Report

"All, right we back. Welcome to yeah. We said it Ronas report part one. We still hear you know. Don. L.. How're you doing? On well, I can't complain not sick and tired of being in the house but you know it is what it is. relatable relatable for everybody. Florida also today you heard from him last year for our Wimbledon episode. Welcome back and thanks for joining us to talk some myths today. I'm always here to talk Thank said. For letting me letting me comeback art. Right So there's a lot of news. It's been seven months. So With a lot of stuff. Okay. Right at the end of January, that's right January. Former world number-one player estimates year announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. So that was very sad I checked her social media when I was writing this down because like I said, this is in January to see if she had anything else. About. How things are going I didn't see anything on twitter. But. I saw some other stuff that she was like promoting and everything. So I'm I'm hoping that he's Okay I haven't heard anything since January either. the bad news just kept coming as a few days after that one Martina Poacher underwent yet another knee surgery after the previous procedure was unsuccessful. Just recently stated that he's begun slowly re acclimating himself to the tennis court. Once again. This is just the last couple of weeks. Yeah. That's to hear about Walmart being but esther is an absolute lack of the sport. I don't really think she gets the the the amount than do that she should be. Layers. By like five hundred state matches without almost. Like years. Absolute legend She deserves all this lowers possibly get. and also conversely I feel like Walmart game. She he his almost underachieve like e e should he also did a lot of flowers but Injuries. Yeah every time he really starts to get on a roll and starts plans to get back into the top ten like here comes into the freak injury. So yeah, really unfortunate. It's crazy but he he always manages to find his way back into the top ten and back you know making deep runs in the slams in in in winning title. So it's kind of amazing to see him being able to bounce back similar times I mean he obviously was supported the sport because we seem people who have gone through last Mike give it up and he just keeps doing his best to come back again it's gotta be super. duper difficult frustrating. Definitely. We discussed on our pre Australian Open episode that Robert Farah had been provisionally suspended on a doping charge. Short. Time later, he saw that suspension lifted as it was determined that he bears no fault or negligence would be allowed to compete again immediately. Of, course competition ended soon after but he's been very active actively thirst trapping on instagram der Rona for which I am. Very thankful. We. All Know Cedric Cubans trying all of those instagrams Lissette, a meal blast like that Yes i. Yeah, I mean I'm sure he knows they. Let me move on? Roger Federer also had yet another knee operation. This past spring he planned to be up to the French Open, but it turns out. This might have been the best time for him to have such a procedure. So yeah. He's I. I saw some stuff where he since stated data like he doesn't really know. What's going to happen next as far as is concerned right now. Yeah I was I. was that he picked the exact right time disappear. Yeah. He did for sure you know he had not coming bed. Yeah. This is a great time. So if he does come back, it's you know it's not like you superior behind what everybody else is dying but. Get his ranking and stuff will still be pretty secure. So. Obviously. Back in his thirty ninth birthday the other day. So you know happy belated or whatever. Yeah, I guess up. Have you heard about him being like more more injured than what he lets us know. I didn't really it was. It was like some sort of a quote where he said something to the effect of he wasn't sure if he would be back like he was he just wasn't sure right now. Like. He wasn't sure if he's coming back at all that's that's what I read. I. Don't know was voted the way I would. Scream. Scream but I I mean I could buy it because you know spending all this time at home with his family and his wife and kids and everything. And to have achieved everything that he's achieved, I don't know if I'd come back either.

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Blockchain & Digitising Trade Finance  Insights from Contour

Insureblocks

05:38 min | Last month

Blockchain & Digitising Trade Finance Insights from Contour

"Call. Thank you for joining us today. Could you please give us a quick introduction on yourself thank you lead and thank you for the opportunity to be here. Introduction of myself. I guess away sometimes they usually introduce myself as I've been SORTA DOING FINTECH for thirty years all in Asia. So I grew up in the states but came out to Asian in college and then stayed out here but. Thirty. Years of Fintech. So I've done about twenty years of thin. So I've been in in worked at various. Banks Bank of Boston Standard Charter deutchebanks on transaction banking trade finance and cash management, and then ten years of tax. So I've worked at I left banking a few times I left in two thousand during the DOT com days to work for a company called trade card, which later became gt nexus and set up the Asia operations and then I. Left. Banking again in in in two thousand sixteen to to work for for our three and and helped set up a lot of Asian operations for them and my my third startup now is is contour which started seven months ago. So yeah about thirty years of of Finn INTECH. Extensive. Indeed of an anti corporate and start up world. You've got it all. So Call as it is customary here at blogs could you please explain to our listeners? What is blockchain and how does it work? What is blockchain? Well, I I think I'll I'll go to the the level below and distributed ledger technology and really disturb alleged technology is is is an opportunity for instead of managing your data in one central database actually everyone having their data in their own database and so just to be ledger instead of breaking it up and and it's goes back to the way our three and quarter talk about it. Is You, know we we all should should own our own data. And then we there should be a protocol to share it and you shouldn't share it with everyone. And sharing with everyone is is traditional blockchain which be the broadcast method of of consensus, but instead a quarter. On distributed ledger technology basis manages data by having them Even everyone has a note everyone has their own database, but there's a protocol, the sheriff, and that's how. Quarter works, and that's actually what contours built on. And Great and I think it's important. You know the point you just made about. It was blockchain near sharing with everyone in whiz these legend technology you only sharing with the relevant parties because that's sometimes it's something that is misunderstood too often by people who are introduced to this world though thank you for that. They usually sort of say has also is is when I talk about traditional blockchain, Mus the broadcast method and I do it in in Taiwan to Taiwan fifty years ago you when you got when you got married, you didn't need to register to to get married. You you you just had a big dinner. You had a big new invited everyone in the village. To. Front of everyone the village said I'm marrying this woman and therefore everyone knew you're married you didn't have to register anything but the fact is that everyone knew it and then it became a fact and that actually sort of this is a consensus method in in in an old version. Indeed indeed. Thank you for that The. World Trade Organization estimates that between eighty percent and ninety percent of global trade relies on trade finance. Yet, there is a one point five, trillion dollar gap between the market demand and supply for trade finance something, which I'm sure was co Vina's has probably increased US instead. And KYC and am. L. Requirements remain the most cited barrier was high transaction fees and low credit ratings running up the top three SME's remain disproportionately affected by these and other bears experiencing a forty five percents rejection rate on proposals, which is much larger than than seventeen percent seen by multinational organizations. What are your views on these challenges? Again International Trade. It started out of minutes it's been going on for a long time. You always have this distrust deficit when you have a buyer and seller in in far off countries now that trust deficit is a little bit easier to manage now because you have the Internet and you can see people online and you can skype them and talk to them and Imagine what it was like when you you had to put money down for shipment that would come three months later and you didn't even know the person you only known by a letter right so obviously, it's gotten a lot better with with communications nowadays but I'm in the challenge is really for for SME's is is related to data right because a bank. Bank as a as a lender right as a facilitator of of credit. Is. Looking. To to not make a mistake banks don't really have to. A. Lot of banks goals is is not necessarily to make money but don't lose it. Right and they'll make mistakes on credit and it's very hard for SME's to have A. To have enough information or the information that they have is not sufficient to tick the boxes on a traditional credit scoring sheet, which which the banks us

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World Premier Episode - burst 01

The Midnight Patriots

33:45 min | 2 months ago

World Premier Episode - burst 01

"Hello America. And welcome to the midnight. Patriots involves Spartan and I am flanked by Phoenix, Drip Dick, and mark. We are the midnight patriots and you may be asking yourselves why in the hell are we doing this? Well, got to be honest with you. Everybody has insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny that and we have day jobs. So we're GONNA talk in the series about the Constitution the bill of rights politics national current events. WE'RE GONNA call out here anyway guardless of the perceive political flavor using these standards of information logic and a passion for liberty. So that being said, I wanted to read something here real quick on our maiden voyage as sort of a sort of a way to set the standard. This this passage I'm about to read was actually written by. Thomas Paine one of our founders and framers, and regardless of how you see this man and the values that he possessed in that day that this was written this was written about seven months after the excuse me five months after the declaration of independence. So this is a this is a passage from December twenty, third, seventeen, seventy, six many of you have heard the the the line of this but I'm to go a little bit deeper into it, and hopefully this'll give the show some sort of context and and we hope we can earn your support as as time goes on. So this is from December twenty, third seventeen, seventy, six when the When the Revolutionary War was still going on and it says says as follows. These are the Times that try men's souls. Summer soldier in the Sun signed gatriways will in this crisis shrink from the service of their country. But he that stands by it now deserves the love and the thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, there's not easily conquered. Yet, we have this consolation with us at the heart of the conflict, the more glorious triumphs. What we obtained too cheap. We assume too lightly. It is dearness only that gives every thing. It's value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods. And it would be strange indeed if so celestial and article as freedom. Should not be highly rated. So those are the kind of the words that I could keep in mind as we go through this in every man here every person associated with this show would definitely be on the flag to make sure that the stretch stay read. So we're GONNA open up tonight and we're going to kind of open up the insanity that we've been seeing around our country regarding corona virus covid nineteen. Now everybody fever mind that none of us are medical professionals and our virologist by any stretch of the imagination where relating experiences and questions nothing that we say should be taken as any sort of diagnostic approach or any sort of Expert opinion. That said yours truly your host here Paul Spartan well, actually come at this from a perspective of being Osha certified in matters of respirators and and breathing protection. the rest of US come at this from from our own particular viewpoints and speculations. So let's just get started off So boys, we got we have. Governors California and Texas walking. Act Actual reopenings and we've got quote unquote more and indecisive confirmations, Cova, spreading but for but amazingly somehow in New York, they're reporting any new deaths or anybody WANNA start with an opinion on that. Honestly. You know I mean there's been some conversation prior to. Between myself and the other members. That's. Something is pulling the strings somewhere. Other than CDC, a hospital staff, surgeon, general things of that nature. Quite honestly, you know whatever it was whatever stream you Asian that recently came out that. Took a Italy Area. Jersey Pennsylvania. Great. Has stated sure. But why is it only California Texas? That more back that we know of your again to the states in the continental United States. Voting populace in those states. So my question now. WHO formed strings? Think. That's the overarching point here is that you know in in my experience not to get too nerdy and go too far down the rabbit hole but the same government that's telling us you know to be afraid and take particular actions like wearing cloth masks. Are the same ones that are telling us that the cloth masks don't work. I can tell you from from Osha Training and ocean certification that airborne pathogens particularly viruses. Are listed in the sub micron rage. Now that sounds that sounds really really you know interesting or maybe even boring but something that has to be realized is that when something is a sub micron particle. It passes right through the we've of a mask. Require its own moisture source. Now. Obviously state standard state standards vary but in the train I've received anything in the sub micron range requires a A. A SELF CONTAINED OXYGEN SOURCE With the use of a mask in that in that particular bio suit I mean if you WanNa, take a look and you think you're safe by wearing a cloth mask look at whatever rally just wears in a lab. When he's working with this type of contagion, it isn't a cloth masks. He wears a moon suit with a separate oxygen supply I mean there seems to be my perception is that the same people that are that are trying to Promote the panic are the ones trying to peddle a secure and make trillions and any thoughts on John? I think they're actually. No I. Think There's definitely you know financial motivation behind. This whether it's big whether it's by hospitals by a parent companies own hospitals. I mean. There's definitely something I think that financially pushes everything I mean between them getting you know a nice. paycheck at for each person, they list with Kobe or each person that unfortunately passes. listed. With Kovin. You, know they get a Giant financial. Yes if you will. Of money which I think pushes ally of these. Claims of more cases rising I mean like we. Previously is if you talk about the fact that of you know there's people around that work in the profession that there are things have been going around that they've sent. You know unused test the places. And they've come back positive when they haven't been used. But who who? Who who is the guy over in Africa, that tested a tested a fruit and a goat. And they both came back. Positive. Does anybody remember that news But you already your point but more to your point I believe the last figure I heard to. Last year I heard from the federal government was somewhere in the area of fifty to eighty five thousand dollars total for the treatment, and if the the particular person passes, the patient passes they get more. Does anybody have any information to dispute that because I think that was the last count that I heard. Be last information that I have. At, least. It's nineteen thousand dollars for a diagnosed case. Thirty eight thousand dollars if they are required hospital say and it goes up exponentially require respirator ICU care. They stay longer than hot. You're in you're out you're gone. So that being said. We all know that it'll supposedly. This bill. Gates himself and his research company. Or the ones that. Found viruses no did all the. Problems. I'm looking for here research. But. My question is if they did all the research, why did they come up with as well or have they? That's a question I posed to you folks. Well, I know they re you know they actually waiting to get ten thousand dollars plus from insurance companies and the federal government per dose mean. There's an argument to be made there. I mean, the guy is not a doctor nor is he of Arale just he just wants to make a make a killing on the here. Now that by the way is not an argument for any sort of socialized medicine. It's an absolute. It's an absolute disgusting power-hungry move at the cost of well forget about just American lives. What about globally, what have what is a million people in the ground now lifted discovered related At least one point three. If I remember correctly I could be wrong. Well, I got the second portion. Really a big to ask now is Bill Gates can't keep a bug out of his own computers what you're GONNA do with the world. Exactly number one key couldn't build a computer didn't crash three times a day for no reason. So why would we trust him with with people's lives? You know I mean he would. There was a there was a tit for tat went back and forth on social media several several years ago when he was still a once he was the kingpin of Microsoft. And he had mentioned something like You know if the auto industry had made many advances in the computer industry over the last twenty years, we'd all be driving cars that got a thousand miles to the gallon and went from zero to one hundred and two seconds to which I believe. It was the CEO at the time of Ford replied. Well. Yeah. But then the cars would crash twice a day for no reason. So. I mean you. Good Cryptic. I was GonNa say, well, then you you look at Osso. When you're talking about these numbers, go into hospitals. How many hospitals or possibly owned by the same parent company that owns the farms that the big farms that are gonna sit there and. Produce this vaccine all the sudden. Or? Not to say that they don't already have it and are just. Still waiting. I mean I know there's always testing and they have to get FDA approval and God knows what else but I mean, what's to say? that. They're not. You know getting twice the paychecks. On. Both things. Oh. Yeah. There's there's no doubt they're doubling down does absolutely no doubt doubling down your that said the other the other things that I've noticed here I don't know if everybody's been keeping up like I have. There's a Lotta unconstitutional shift happening. Okay. And I mean. Just heard I. Heard I. Heard Mark Heard Mark Giggling that that's fine because. The little that they'll get into that in a little bit but also just I wanna take a moment mark You serve this country with honor and distinction for several years in that in the military and I got to thank you for that Phoenix. You did as well and I got to say thank you for that. You protected my right to become a fat video playing hotdog eating copy guzzling douchebag that you see before you now and some of US servicemen appreciate that and Thank you. Appreciate. Bill. Hey they already did. They're called the IRS and believe me they're up my don't shit. I don't know where they I don't know where I ended maybe. It's not. So we've got measured we've got measures being proposed in in in multiple stages. Here is all the way from you know putting additional taxes on firearms to ammunition and then requiring a federal license. To purchase either. we've got the state of California. Who is you know? Well, let's just be honest they're doing what California does. It essentially eliminated their own their own Anti discrimination laws I don't know how that happened Where the hell does anybody see an end game here other than complete and total? Marxist. Shithole. That's where these lefties and I'm not GONNA say Liberals. Anymore. He's people are leftist-marxist pigs and by the way if any of you listening fuck off, don't ever come back. None of us here at. Fourth Yeah. This year at the Midnight Patriots give a flying fuck what you We don't have time to answer your e mails and believe me you're better off just turning off because if you heard that your heads probably. And I don't WanNa hear about it. Okay. You be somewhere else. All right. Man Okay. So we've got all this massive gun control legislation which I'm assuming. That this is going to veto once it hits his desk, roll it into something else and he doesn't see it. I mean. Does anybody else you positive outcome here other than I'll just say it an open civil war. Mean I feel like I feel like patience like like those are the Sierra on the on the on the conference. Are being, backed into a corner. Yeah we're basically damned if we do. We're damned if we don't any anybody want to comment on that. No Matt Aspect. Mark Yeah. Well, the thing is like you hope it doesn't cover some this ridiculous. Of course. By, by thing is I would I guess probably is right now I don't know. Civil. War who against who? In other words, how would how would you distinguish I'll be okay Tepa. Got It the OH black lives matter. Got It. But. How do you distinguish? You gotta be. That's a great question. That's the real. That's a real problem is that we're facing a A faceless boogeyman to keep us all in our homes and isolated from one another. We've got blatant constitutional no violations from New York California including the first second third amendments. Fourth amendment. I mean and they're just they're not apologetic about it. They're just in your face to. Has. Closed Down Churches and locked Rock Jewish people out of their own parts. What's his name from says. Yeah. Is violating blatantly violating the first. Amendment people they can't sing in. Church. Are you kidding me. I mean, I'm not a religious separation of church and state. Well and second of all I mean, how does anybody look at that and not go holy shit let the lawsuits commence. Honestly So, now here's the thing I. WanNa Make It. I WanNa make it very clear for the audience and even those in the group I am not advocating for an open civil war where we start shooting. Okay. I would also like to say here only for myself but I believe that that I do not believe in the Black Lives Organization the Black Lives Matter Organization. I believe in the message black lives matter just as much as every other life and we should all be equal before the law we should be overseas equal treatment especially before the law. But. I'm not going to back a group that is Marxist and comes out and basically says it if you don't give us what we want, we're GONNA burn the system that the ground. I mean all here. Again, I mean if you have said organization that is in fact, baking a threat whether they considered idol. They considered valid. It is still a threat to. The life. Well, exactly how how do we not take that? How do we not take that based on the the instances of the last month? Says we says, we all watched the the horrific murder of a of a citizen by by discussing human being police officer. How do we? How do we not take that as anything other than a threat of actual violence based on recent history? Therein. Lies The question that I would poses that to go along with remarks you know who who exactly is going to do is A. Government. It's a radical leaders. Of States counties, cities, whatever. Or is it going to be people for people? We have. What did you just leave knowing? When you just gotTa love the irony that the Minnesota governor had the balls to ask the white. House for for bailout money after they let their city burn. I, mean, I understand there are citizens that were affected by that. But you know my argument would be well I'll tell you what once you spend the money that you say from you know. From dissolving your police. Believe. Yeah what you spend that money go ahead. Save yourself though you know the. Four hundred million dollars spent annually on your police force. Etc.. And They're not gonNA, pass it out. There's a blank check to the people because well, you know we don't get our tax money that way. Exactly. HAVE YOUR IS A. Stalemate along the lines of. City Minneapolis Saint Paul's which Is Looking for a five hundred dollar bill out the government's GONNA help. They're going to have to get that money somewhere. Well exactly and the question. Phoenix afraid now, but to answer your question or respond to your statement. I believe you said they're not gonNA raise taxes through the roof to do it. Of course, they will. Of course they will in turn. Bring. I. That's. That's a real trick. Isn't is when the IRS gets involved or whatever State Department revenue they have comes and starts locking people up the people sheepishly combine. and. The guy will probably get reelected. Let's be honest. Well you will probably see. You'll probably see something for the cities that were affected by riots and everything put into like a another stimulus bill passed by the house. Like they have added that money there you go to a legal and yeah. And everything else that I wouldn't put it past the House to sit there and add a piece in there that every city that was affected by these riots or has hardships now. Get X. amount of. Millions of dollars as part of this. Bill to. Help, stimulate the economy and the people that actually are affected by all this. That, it should be helping they'll put their. Claws into it and put. Extra things that won't matter, and then it'll sit there and argue back and forth between the House, and the Senate for God knows how long Because they won't budge on wasn't it? Well one thing you have to love about the strategy employed by the Democrats they're gonNA. They're gonNA try to stick it in something that make the president look bad if he vetoes it. Oh. Yeah. It'll be. It'll be some sort of. Bill and he'll have to it, and then they'll scream how he doesn't care about children. Exactly among the media will be all over it. Media will be all over at bashing him. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. The president doesn't care about the future. There for the last four years anyway. Well Yeah they've they've. It's funny. I. Yeah I was GONNA say I. Johnson and Nixon for sure. But you know twenty I hear people talking about Oh. Trump won't accept the results of the twenty twenty election loses you guys still haven't accepted the fact that you're get forty. Or the fact that impeachment failed yeah. Yeah the. Everything else. Rono. Everything else that you've thrown at them hasn't stuck. Exactly this is. This is reality you know this is not theory. All this stuff is happened. You know. I saw something today and I don't remember where it was talking about the reason that you know that. They want to sit there and blame trump for not being ready for this pandemic and everything was because the other half of the fence was sitting there. So busy trying to get him out for the last four years that he couldn't take time to focus. On being prepared for anything like that. The funny part is, is I I'm trying. I'm trying to I'm I don't know about you guys, but I'm tired of hearing how Trump getting the blame for a hundred and thirty thousand body bags. Here this is this is the thing we need to do things. We need to change the story number one it should be only a hundred, thirty, thousand, five bags why? If if anybody recalls I do specifically PURDIS MR TRUMP DONALD TRUMP put a travel ban in effect once we had ten positive cases in this country, the left assailed him for weeks for doing it. Okay. Nancy. Pelosi went to Chinatown encourage people not to wear masks Blah Blah. Xenophobic Racist Blah Blah Blah, pick your s that's yacht called, and now all of a sudden they WANNA blame him for one hundred, thirty, thousand body bags may explain something if he hadn't done what he did when he did, there'd be a million three bodybags. Okay end of discussion this has nothing to do with mass. This is all a political fucking game and and I'm tired of hearing about it. Except from you guys I love your new guys. DOTS. I. Think. Let's just put that on record right now. Yeah you're paid to talk matter of fact, we don't pay you at all. Yes. I think we have a contract we'll get. something. About our bucks and it'll happen advil or something like that. I. Think it was under someone nine. I was a corner of starbucks eight was a quarter of an advil and half starbucks get it straight monthly and you're no. Damage. Send Me. Oreo. Wait a minute. I want kids count. You want to renegotiate. All of your agent moved to Seattle. Yeah exactly somebody please his comments to that brick wall over there. Oh Yeah. Yeah. All right I feel like I've rented enough. Is there anything you gentlemen WANNA cover that I missed? How `bout? Redskins finally caving. By quest over we're going we're going for football. Then we're GONNA touch the Third Rail Ladies and gentlemen he just licked and grabbed it go right ahead phoenix. I did read an article that. There are some and I'm not saying a whole bowl loan. I'm not saying that YOU KNOW ENTIRE PATIENT O. Or and it's hard tribal right that there are in fact, some of the indigenous votes, native Americans. That want keep it because it actually gives them a sense of ownership relevant. We've along on this we have this. We can follow this because that is you know a depiction of our people. What's the Redskins fans great. I have no problem with that if there. was somebody like football but hey, you know I, see it representation in my people here. Thank you. There are well, we don't get me wrong that no, all fuck you and take it other. Cash kind of it's actually kind of funny that you mentioned that being that I'm also for those of us this for those of you just tuning in and getting no us as we get to know you I, am a football nut job I have been since my early days Yes. I was GONNA. Say I think there's actually incriminating proof out there wasn't much of a about football I gotta tell you. My love for the game has often outweighed all of this You know all the polit political bullshit that's going on in the game for quite some time. Get into Kapernick, that's a whole other rent for me that lasts about forty five minutes and maybe we'll do an episode just on that Now, there was always my understanding in watching anything about the Washington redskins and and the history of them that the that the team was supposedly named for one of their assistant coaches who was native American and it was if anybody. I played football I I. I. I know that Phoenix not sure if you did mark You know everybody everybody on the football field to talk shit and especially to your friends okay and Just because you have some sort of negative pejorative is a nickname, doesn't mean that people hate you Okay. So The, the the legend was and I've actually since found out found out, different resin was at the team was named for in honor of one of their beloved assistant coaches. Evidently that's not the case. Racist over racist overtones aside I? Mean we can dissect anything want. Come up with all kinds of. The point being is, why don't we just name? The region Caucasians and everybody'll be happy. Okay I mean. Seriously also living in living in Florida I gotTa tell you the university or she state has a deal to to use the seminole name from the from the seminal nation. They paid them royalties every year, which is why you don't hear this here the Indigenous People screaming about Florida state. Okay. So You know I I don't I don't want to say they haven't been relevant for twenty years. Hey easy. I. Agree I agree too I mean my head. One is, Emma water but. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute mark. Are You All I I. Take over the gators day. Well me too because. No. Fan. You know what you know University of Miami and the Florida. GATOR gator. Yeah. So It's just block. Gives you wondering we all love each other teams until we play each other so that that being said. Does anybody have any idea about the outrage regarding redskins? Honestly. I mean I might just you know that stupid that I don't see the problem with the name it's the name of sports team. Okay. I mean we'RE GONNA change the Cleveland Indians. Are we gonNA change you know aerobics Today. But that's again that's a whole other. That's a whole other thing. But how many? Are they are all the sports teams just to be to be called the daisies and you know we're good to go. Or how about the banana flavor wouldn't? Well, this is like football gets get. Exactly. Yeah. Very wrapped up about injuries and things like that. Like five put flags on. Let's play flag football. But that's really the other thing I mean. You can argue that these guys are being paid wages that are equivalent to see to. Well, okay. hazard pay I mean there's they're making millions and millions of dollars. No offense I, what what what what come? Okay. These these guys mostly have guaranteed contracts. So, you break your leg. You're out of the game you're still getting paid and you should have gotten a degree so you should be able to join the workforce afterwards. Well. Puffing along the line that you know you're getting my mom bought list during my day. Is. Lump everything together all of one. We have you know events that have taken place because of. What took place. In A now it's moved to now we're going to start tearing down statues of anybody that. Could would did whatever. But now okay. Well, we need to keep that ball rolling. So we need this Norfolk Russell. Hey. Let's NFL take. Let's go up for baseball teams. Blackhawks. I love the fact that the blackhawks till they told those guys to stuff it. They're like, no, we're not change Noel. I mean yeah, and also also the the pretty big assumption there is that these people that are tearing down statues have any clue who they are I mean want to remove a statue wondering. I it's like I'll take the consequences of not taking US history for eight hundred Alex. Basically. Look, we get to wipe out four. Daily double. All right. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. PULL DOWN WE'RE. GonNa pull out Lincoln and we're GONNA pull down the statue of an abolitionist. Yeah. Let's do that. Oh Yeah. Well, they're not even educated. They're pulling down you know. They're pulling down. Statues of people that fought four slavery. To to abolish slavery, they're pulling down. I mean I saw they ruined the Frederick Douglass. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah you mean the guy that advised Lincoln on how to actually take slavery down Gee I can't imagine why you hear him down. Clearly again, that's That's World Super Eight Hundred Alex. Exactly exactly no no, it's not world history. It's common core history. That's that's right. And? There is no wrong answer to one plus one. Knew exactly. All right boys I. think that's going to wrap it up for. I. Think that's going to wrap it up this particular episode everybody that joined us. Thank you very much. I appreciate a hope you've You give him a little insight insight. I should say are insanity sure would appreciate your support. So if that support button go at Mash, it down any level would be appreciated We're GONNA have some promos and some gear available for you guys here real soon, and For joining us again I'm supporting. Joined by mark and Phoenix and cryptic, and we are the midnight patriots I guys. Each. Put.

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"Patriots Pau. Spartan here from the Midnight Patriots. So, one of the. Feel about anchored now. When we started this insanity, we always tell people. The reason we do this is because insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny. We would have these conversations between ourselves the group chats. Throws and things like that. We thought, Hey, man, you know we should just record a podcast but the more we looked the more expensive became. Get Cross anger. Anger gives you all the tools you need to do this to make your voice heard and get your voice out there. You have an opinion you gotta use anchor everything from recording to editing to distribution that you'd be all the tools that you need. To allow you to record your podcast right for your phone or your computer. Anchor covers distribution by getting on Apple. spotify and many many others I mean how you can make money right from your own podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need in one spot in one place simple and effective. So. Get yourself anchor make voice her. Hello America. And welcome to the midnight. Patriots involves Spartan and I am flanked by Phoenix, Drip Dick, and mark. We are the midnight patriots and you may be asking yourselves why in the hell are we doing this? Well, got to be honest with you. Everybody has insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny that and we have day jobs. So we're GONNA talk in the series about the Constitution the bill of rights politics national current events. WE'RE GONNA call out here anyway guardless of the perceive political flavor using these standards of information logic and a passion for liberty. So that being said, I wanted to read something here real quick on our maiden voyage as sort of a sort of a way to set the standard. This this passage I'm about to read was actually written by. Thomas Paine one of our founders and framers, and regardless of how you see this man and the values that he possessed in that day that this was written this was written about seven months after the excuse me five months after the declaration of independence. So this is a this is a passage from December twenty, third, seventeen, seventy, six many of you have heard the the the line of this but I'm to go a little bit deeper into it, and hopefully this'll give the show some sort of context and and we hope we can earn your support as as time goes on. So this is from December twenty, third seventeen, seventy, six when the When the Revolutionary War was still going on and it says says as follows. These are the Times that try men's souls. Summer soldier in the Sun signed gatriways will in this crisis shrink from the service of their country. But he that stands by it now deserves the love and the thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, there's not easily conquered. Yet, we have this consolation with us at the heart of the conflict, the more glorious triumphs. What we obtained too cheap. We assume too lightly. It is dearness only that gives every thing. It's value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods. And it would be strange indeed if so celestial and article as freedom. Should not be highly rated. So those are the kind of the words that I could keep in mind as we go through this in every man here every person associated with this show would definitely be on the flag to make sure that the stretch stay read. So we're GONNA open up tonight and we're going to kind of open up the insanity that we've been seeing around our country regarding corona virus covid nineteen. Now everybody fever mind that none of us are medical professionals and our virologist by any stretch of the imagination where relating experiences and questions nothing that we say should be taken as any sort of diagnostic approach or any sort of Expert opinion. That said yours truly your host here Paul Spartan well, actually come at this from a perspective of being Osha certified in matters of respirators and and breathing protection. the rest of US come at this from from our own particular viewpoints and speculations. So let's just get started off So boys, we got we have. Governors California and Texas walking. Act Actual reopenings and we've got quote unquote more and indecisive confirmations, Cova, spreading but for but amazingly somehow in New York, they're reporting any new deaths or anybody WANNA start with an opinion on that. Honestly. You know I mean there's been some conversation prior to. Between myself and the other members. That's. Something is pulling the strings somewhere. Other than CDC, a hospital staff, surgeon, general things of that nature. Quite honestly, you know whatever it was whatever stream you Asian that recently came out that. Took a Italy Area. Jersey Pennsylvania. Great. Has stated sure. But why is it only California Texas? That more back that we know of your again to the states in the continental United States. Voting populace in those states. So my question now. WHO formed strings? Think. That's the overarching point here is that you know in in my experience not to get too nerdy and go too far down the rabbit hole but the same government that's telling us you know to be afraid and take particular actions like wearing cloth masks. Are the same ones that are telling us that the cloth masks don't work. I can tell you from from Osha Training and ocean certification that airborne pathogens particularly viruses. Are listed in the sub micron rage. Now that sounds that sounds really really you know interesting or maybe even boring but something that has to be realized is that when something is a sub micron particle. It passes right through the we've of a mask. Require its own moisture source. Now. Obviously state standard state standards vary but in the train I've received anything in the sub micron range requires a A. A SELF CONTAINED OXYGEN SOURCE With the use of a mask in that in that particular bio suit I mean if you WanNa, take a look and you think you're safe by wearing a cloth mask look at whatever rally just wears in a lab. When he's working with this type of contagion, it isn't a cloth masks. He wears a moon suit with a separate oxygen supply I mean there seems to be my perception is that the same people that are that are trying to Promote the panic are the ones trying to peddle a secure and make trillions and any thoughts on John? I think they're actually. No I. Think There's definitely you know financial motivation behind. This whether it's big whether it's by hospitals by a parent companies own hospitals. I mean. There's definitely something I think that financially pushes everything I mean between them getting you know a nice. paycheck at for each person, they list with Kobe or each person that unfortunately passes. listed. With Kovin. You, know they get a Giant financial. Yes if you will. Of money which I think pushes ally of these. Claims of more cases rising I mean like we. Previously is if you talk about the fact that of you know there's people around that work in the profession that there are things have been going around that they've sent. You know unused test the places. And they've come back positive when they haven't been used. But who who? Who who is the guy over in Africa, that tested a tested a fruit and a goat. And they both came back. Positive. Does anybody remember that news But you already your point but more to your point I believe the last figure I heard to. Last year I heard from the federal government was somewhere in the area of fifty to eighty five thousand dollars total for the treatment, and if the the particular person passes, the patient passes they get more. Does anybody have any information to dispute that because I think that was the last count that I heard. Be last information that I have. At, least. It's nineteen thousand dollars for a diagnosed case. Thirty eight thousand dollars if they are required hospital say and it goes up exponentially require respirator ICU care. They stay longer than hot. You're in you're out you're gone. So that being said. We all know that it'll supposedly. This bill. Gates himself and his research company. Or the ones that. Found viruses no did all the. Problems. I'm looking for here research. But. My question is if they did all the research, why did they come up with as well or have they? That's a question I posed to you folks. Well, I know they re you know they actually waiting to get ten thousand dollars plus from insurance companies and the federal government per dose mean. There's an argument to be made there. I mean, the guy is not a doctor nor is he of Arale just he just wants to make a make a killing on the here. Now that by the way is not an argument for any sort of socialized medicine. It's an absolute. It's an absolute disgusting power-hungry move at the cost of well forget about just American lives. What about globally, what have what is a million people in the ground now lifted discovered related At least one point three. If I remember correctly I could be wrong. Well, I got the second portion. Really a big to ask now is Bill Gates can't keep a bug out of his own computers what you're GONNA do with the world. Exactly number one key couldn't build a computer didn't crash three times a day for no reason. So why would we trust him with with people's lives? You know I mean he would. There was a there was a tit for tat went back and forth on social media several several years ago when he was still a once he was the kingpin of Microsoft. And he had mentioned something like You know if the auto industry had made many advances in the computer industry over the last twenty years, we'd all be driving cars that got a thousand miles to the gallon and went from zero to one hundred and two seconds to which I believe. It was the CEO at the time of Ford replied. Well. Yeah. But then the cars would crash twice a day for no reason. So. I mean you. Good Cryptic. I was GonNa say, well, then you you look at Osso. When you're talking about these numbers, go into hospitals. How many hospitals or possibly owned by the same parent company that owns the farms that the big farms that are gonna sit there and. Produce this vaccine all the sudden. Or? Not to say that they don't already have it and are just. Still waiting. I mean I know there's always testing and they have to get FDA approval and God knows what else but I mean, what's to say? that. They're not. You know getting twice the paychecks. On. Both things. Oh. Yeah. There's there's no doubt they're doubling down does absolutely no doubt doubling down your that said the other the other things that I've noticed here I don't know if everybody's been keeping up like I have. There's a Lotta unconstitutional shift happening. Okay. And I mean. Just heard I. Heard I. Heard Mark Heard Mark Giggling that that's fine because. The little that they'll get into that in a little bit but also just I wanna take a moment mark You serve this country with honor and distinction for several years in that in the military and I got to thank you for that Phoenix. You did as well and I got to say thank you for that. You protected my right to become a fat video playing hotdog eating copy guzzling douchebag that you see before you now and some of US servicemen appreciate that and Thank you. Appreciate. Bill. Hey they already did. They're called the IRS and believe me they're up my don't shit. I don't know where they I don't know where I ended maybe. It's not. So we've got measured we've got measures being proposed in in in multiple stages. Here is all the way from you know putting additional taxes on firearms to ammunition and then requiring a federal license. To purchase either. we've got the state of California. Who is you know? Well, let's just be honest they're doing what California does. It essentially eliminated their own their own Anti discrimination laws I don't know how that happened Where the hell does anybody see an end game here other than complete and total? Marxist. Shithole. That's where these lefties and I'm not GONNA say Liberals. Anymore. He's people are leftist-marxist pigs and by the way if any of you listening fuck off, don't ever come back. None of us here at. Fourth Yeah. This year at the Midnight Patriots give a flying fuck what you We don't have time to answer your e mails and believe me you're better off just turning off because if you heard that your heads probably. And I don't WanNa hear about it. Okay. You be somewhere else. All right. Man Okay. So we've got all this massive gun control legislation which I'm assuming. That this is going to veto once it hits his desk, roll it into something else and he doesn't see it. I mean. Does anybody else you positive outcome here other than

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"seven months" Discussed on Big Book Podcast

Big Book Podcast

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"seven months" Discussed on Big Book Podcast

"The eleventh story from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in thirty nine. It's entitled the Seven Months Slip and was printed only in the first edition of the book. This short cautionary tale describes a seven month relapse that followed carelessness and over competence after a year of sobriety in a and now the original story the seven month slip at fourteen years of age when I should have been at home under the supervision of my parents I was in the United States army serving a one year enlistment. I found myself with a bunch of men. None too good for fourteen year old kid who passed easily for eighteen. I transferred my hero worshipping to these men of the world. I suppose the worst damage done in that year in the army barracks was the development of an almost unconscious admiration for their apparently jolly sort of living once out of uniform. I went to Mexico where I worked for an oil company. Here I learned to take on a cargo of beer and hold it later. I rode the range in the Texas cow country and often went to town with the boys to whoop it up on payday. By the time I returned to my home in the Middle West I had learned several patterns of living to say nothing of cocksure attitude that I needed no advice from anyone. The next ten years are sketchy. During this time I married an established my own home and everything was lovely for a time soon. I was having a good time. Getting around the law in speak easies. Oh yes I outsmarted our national laws but I was not quite successful in evading. The old moral law. I was working for a large industrial concern and had been promoted to a supervision job. In spite of big parties I was for three or four years able to be on the job the next morning then gradually. The hangover's became more persistent. And I found myself not only needing a few shots of liquor before I could go to work at all but finally found it advisable to stay at home and sober up by the taper off method. My boss tried to give me some good advice. When that didn't help. They tried more. Drastic measures laying off without pay. They covered up my to frequent absences many times. In order to keep them from the attention of the higher officials in the company. My attitude was that I could handle my liquor whenever I wanted to go about it seriously. And I considered my absences no worse than those of other employees and officials who are getting away with murder in their drinking one does not have to use his imagination. Much to realize that. This sort of drinking is hard on the matrimonial relationship after proving myself. Neither faithful nor capable of being temperate. My wife left me obtained a judicial separation. This gave me a really good excuse to get drunk in the years. Nineteen thirty three and nineteen thirty four. I was fired several times but always got my job back on my promises to do better on the last occasion. I was reduced to the Labor gang in the plant. I made a terrific effort to stay sober and prove myself capable of better things. I succeeded pretty well. And one day I was called into the production chief's office and told I had met with the approval of the executive department and to be ready to start on a better job. This good news seemed to justify mild celebration with a few beers exactly four days later. I reported for work only to find that they too knew about the mild celebration and that they had decided to check me out altogether after time I went back and I was assigned to one of the hardest jobs in the factory. I was in bad shape physically and after six months of this I quit going on a drunk with my last paycheck then began to find that the friends with whom I had been drinking for some time seemed to disappear. This made me resentful and I found myself many times feeling that everybody was against me. Bootleg joins became my hangouts. I sold my books car and even clothing in order to buy a few drinks. I'm certain that my family kept me gravitating to flop-houses and gutters. I'm eternally thankful to them that they never threw me out or refused me help when I was drinking. Of course I didn't appreciate their kindness then and I began to stay away from home. On protracted drinking spells. Somehow my family heard of two men in town had found a way to quit drinking. They suggested that I contact these men but I- retorted if I can't handle my liquor with my own willpower. Then I had better jump over the viaduct another one. My usual drinking spells came on. I drank for about ten days with no food except coffee before I was sick enough to start the battle back to sobriety with the accompanying shakes. Night sweats jittery. Nerves and horrible dreams. This time I felt that I really needed some help. I told my mother she could call the doctor. Who was the center of the Little Group of former drinkers? She did I allowed myself to be taken to a hospital where it took several days for my head to clear and my nerves to settle then. One day I had a couple of visitors won a man from New York and the other a local attorney during our conversation I learned that they had been as bad as myself into striking and that they had found relief and had been able to make a comeback later they went into more detail and put it to me very straight that. I'd have to give over my desires and attitudes to power higher than myself. Which would give me new desires. Attitudes here was a religion put to me. In a different way and presented by three pass masters in liquor guzzling on the strength of their stories. I decided to give it a try and it worked as long as I allowed it to do so. After a year of learning new ways of living new attitudes and desires. I became self confident and then careless. I suppose you would say I got to feeling too sure of myself and Zoe I. It was a beer on Saturday nights and then it was a fine drunk. I knew exactly what I had done to myself to this old grief. I tried to handle my life on the strength of my own ideas and plans instead of looking to God for the inspiration and the strength. But I didn't do anything about it. I thought to hell with everybody. I'm going to do as I please. So I- floundered around for seven months refusing help from any quarter but one day. I volunteered to take another drunk on a trip to sober him up when we got back to town. We were both drunk and went to a hotel to sober up then. I began to reason the thing out I had been sober happy man for a year. Living decently in trying to follow the will of God. Now I was unshaven unkept. Ill looking bleary eyed. I decided then and there and went back to my friends who offered me help. And who never lectured me on my seven month failure. That was more than a year ago. I don't say now that I can do anything. I only know that as long as I seek. God's help to the best of my ability just so long will liquor never bother me. This concludes the reading of the seven month. Slip from the first edition of alcoholics anonymous. I'm grateful you listened. Stay tuned for the next episode entitled. My wife and I if this is the first time you've listened to this podcast. Please note that all eleven chapters in the main section of the big book are in earlier.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Give me logistic the la shell in like a my staff will help you don't worry new we got your back like literally were behind have you ever say like dad harry doing and he's like i'm okay in fact ask him and point to them now now that would be fun in now and you have a mentally challenged brother right yes do you have to be or do you find yourself like i i can't hover over him or i'm supposed to hover over him as i i would know it beef what a it'd be tricky think well he's like mentally like seven years old i'd say so until i was about seven here's my brother and then i noticed oh surpassing him in and it just i kind of i wanted to write a thing about this it is very lake natural it's very like of caught like if he's struggling to tires shoe lake he's 36 if he doesn't know how to tie issue is not gonna learn like i'm going to help him tie issue um so yeah i mean just it's very instinctive of why he needs help with him what he does and he needs help walking upstairs he doesn't need help ordering a restaurant like i i just know these things but with your parents being you know unstable who takes care of him um he is a legal guardian right now i would like to be as guardian but boy should i get at least a year of sobriety and stop moving before is here unbelieva should be capable of like a boyfriend for i don't know what the thing is but some thing plant the plan a captives sick dna yorkshire's said take care of a plan i.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"It felt like i lived on my own and just so much food it was great while she's looking at seven oh she's like passing out i had already yet so it was a great that will that part was a great would you start fights because of hunger no no no hungers food everywhere okay i didn't know like if you wanted something else cooked he would ya his turn beating up my mom what was the biggest effect of the two addicts together i don't want my parents also like mental illnesses debate they met in a mental hospital and so that mental illnesses like a huge too so i'm iin still too like don't know what was caused by drug used in what was caused by justin sanity what was their psychosis um my dan is like bipolar something bullet who's not but he like nothing oda and have their ups and downs legislator i were all bipolar and eighty um but here i like my dad like here's voices and we'll get like homicidal and in my mom has delusions like believes things aren't real unlike uh i'm not sure if she here's where he says she definitely like thing she sees people that aren't there so they both do and they haven't been diagnosed as schizophrenic or specifically late they have like i don't have access to those record so if i talk to them about it really the story changes every time i ask but yeah i mean they've been in sake words over and over my dad was in prison and m gap they leg definitely like i've take my dad to the hospital because he's lake calls me and he's like the voices are telling me to kill people again so i have duly taken that was like the left him i happened as long time ago but did he tried to attempt the killing because they said that he did that's terrifying because what what's do no i mean i guess in our tongue do know what's convincing him that that voice is real and he should kill someone because if you're not a look if someone was telling me to kill someone who would take a lot because i don't know how to kill anybody.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Harry has made it clear he wants the obamas that the wedding so it's causing a lot of nervousness trump could react very badly if the obamas get a royal wedding before he has had a chance to meet the glitch now i take one for the team and let them fight with your country because with these other countries he's putting his hand on a string his finger on the button that maybe he should shut the fuck up about yeah dea oh i'm so sorry should i put a plate out for you mr trump i can't say now quiet send out you're invited don't and the fact that this is presses just unnerve in the area did not invite me like a dog in it sounds like a scene from like mean girls like it reminds you ever namely come divorced parents at my batmitzvah and it was like so scared i was like i don't homeless is going to go but this is like on a international level hostile like really nerve wracking they put something in your head like relationships can't work oh sure yet a year in they didn't like verbally teach me that it's so funny and like the word i not the work at a bad upbringing and my dad is still like when am i gonna get grandchildren mean all my siblings really navfor you made it look so bad that wicket lizzy and added a home no yeah he was sober for ten years and then like wasn't but was able to control his drinking which i don't want to advocate 'cause i don't understand that boat he was able to do and now he's a totally addicted to pills but like insists that he's not like so yeah.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Okay listen ours be piece for weddings very stressful for unserious sidestepping questions about inviting former president barack obama to his wedding with megan marco you think we can check him by going like is upon having the fisher the chicken no he says prince harry says after he you so he finished fighting a drag and i see here and he said we have put the invites or the guestlist together we haven't done that yet actually so who knows whether he's gonna be invited or not he dozen though it's like any other wedding all know again invite the former president the prince said he and markel are struggling like any other couple about to be married to create a guest list he added that the decision is an entirely hidden his it's also upped his fiancee so who knows if he's going to bite my buddy barack obama imagine having that option of just think maybe a well maybe i want things like what you know what every plate cost like a thousand dollars he relief to consider kafit at a thousand invite and i think were pushing it prince harry's budget loved to have its budget harry made the comments after the airing of an interview he conducted with obama during the invictus games in september he described the bond they develop while at the games in toronto we should the same kind of mindset and the outlook on that and and outlook on charitable sectors on foundations and mainly on the youth of today it was reported that members of the government are concerned that if the trumps arnn invited to the wedding and the obamas are relations between the two countries could suffer and that's true.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"I must tell you're what your wife or looking at your email 'cause you're cheating honor yes uh she did you are right you read that correctly she broke into my emails mm and saw that i was having affairs that's a and i was having affairs because of the not trusting bitch it's okay to say that about loved ones sometimes any used their password yeah like yeah wind it seems like as set up on him he's a counter like if these like he trapped her odyssey how would be like like my has been getting me arrested for smoking lead turn me onto it he keeps supplying me with it but then he gets mad at me he's like you know what this is a little bit a c that's curry had the feds fucking kriegler was always give zilic he stupid but he's quick he figured it out so he's not like totally he might be a mastermind i don't know he just gonna confident man oh i would see a day in the life i would kill oh my god must be sony that is yeah i bet it's so good like this is something you can do i like gives you have sweaters at on of the confident that there were like i couldn't possibly no way a prince harry is having a tough time saying that he would lighting of wage look what a high time they have hanaa singer hard time what's wrong with prince harry prince harry with is not able to flat out say that broke obama will be there at his wedding because then he has to say that donald trump will not be at his wedding and that would cause an international incident or is that hard.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Yeah so is the fine for unauthorized intrusion into her husband's data saying she deliberately and repeatedly unveiled invaded his email account downloaded material that was not her own her search history showed that prior to reading the husband's emails the defended google weather doing so would make her liable for prosecution this showed she knew she was entering a grey area said the court even though the internet did not give her a definitive answer on the subject i wouldn't have even thought to do that i think is responsible and she should suit google for not guiding her my right way breach of privacy there yeah why how whitehead man the end because the what's going demand is gets a lot of work to bring some into court it thank simple so he's really dedicating energy to as soon as saying like you are so comfortable with yourself you will so yeah all his time to be a prick to somebody who you loved and she wasn't china light write a book about your intimate details who is trying to find out if she's living a life that your tongue her to believe you sick foc this isn't your best friend going i wonder if you're cheating on your wife i just wanna know for gossip you'd daycare any any and he's right that the laws on his side because people shen touch each other's mail or email but my guys who are a monster we human i like that we met up on the center but i was guclu units him did you so you're.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Came to fourteen thousand five hundred dollars a fine for her unauthorized intrusion into her husband's data all but that makes sense because you can't open pupils maylike actual snail mail does account that you gave me the password that's the thing but then you give people the password when you're in their house seeking just open my male but if i give you my letter opener and say hey any time it was for her annual majet i just oh my god it a box came to my husband yesterday and i was like you know what it's a box and opening it i love boxes so so disappointing it was something that we needed but i was like we were a but he imagine ensuing a oh my god you know i and i understand like sure we're supposed to be protected but you are so excited about how you live your life that you don't mind blasting it like you don't mind taking your wife after she's been through that to court you don't mind after you moved out and she had to deal with all of that that you you took her to court they she had the sit there and recount all this stuff you're proud to go it's a thing is not like vengeful it's like you're the vat you're the mean guy wait a minute is are they married it says couple okay because if there has been as banal cape yet countersue because he glitch in health and through the i promise that you're the only one rail if you're the only one so let's say if you promise that you weren't stealing from me right but then you stealing from me and my proof is this can i do that i don't think i guess not because you can't go into people's houses and go well i found my money in here at all pickets and belva you're the only warmer with that in vows that you're the only world war i think it aaron gant you like if someone was cheating you don't have to pay alimony or something don't play alimony but pay for breaking the law i like you imagine my wedding vows bhoumik through sickness that their healthier the only one okay.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"I get these spike in it with some dairy easy to throw dairy teaser throw eggs in a thin now it's very easy or make things non vegan in fact you could just spitting them loops i'ma meet your and the we'd you've been doing this every day said years of actually i'll tell ya also like i feel like there's something varied slick with vegan as i was vegan for awhile just pay an little thing about me recover yeah just like trying to link when it was so unhealthy and drinking us like we'll be vegan how told me anything else but getting sober but i was vegan verb and it's like it's more of a mental thing like it's like if i believe that what a meeting is vegan i think it is really going to hurt you that after the fact you find out there was some like animal fat in it's like grow up grow asthma is pc pc bullshit get adult spike vegans food i get it but it's like is fine m wrong you're pushing around that long i don't know that that we that's a words there if it's a lynch's things i feel like it's a little different but they're all it's all religious because your belief system is your religion so even if it's not tied to some god or didi or some form of like i read this in the morning that is your veganism is part of your religion yeah gaga's so i get you a woman became suspicious after a husband set up a second email account other home computer the couple add always known each other's passwords and even wrote them down since the man used one of these passwords for his new account his wife was easily able to access and redesigned males she discovered that he had been having an affair with several other women for some time she confronted her husband who moved out of their apartment he later filed a criminal complaint against his wife for reading his emails and one he won kyaw what is this a jury of idiots the penalty.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"And so fucked up but then i found this other place intimate now and i lived there and were good for now so hopefully wow what do you mean drugs for that's exciting who oh yeah the personality still there when you take away the drugs unfortunately i'm still and astle it would it would be better if i had two different movie but who plays roller girl i'll heather graham you look like her oh my god just okay i'm good for another year i feel i'm in a good mood now ever i can see it yeah thank you shouldn't be with therapists do you upi yes i would pay someone big money if i decide in a room with them and they were just like you are thin over and over a for an hour keep saying it until my subconscious just whispered to me wrong sleeping on your side hustle kenny are you can hear you too skinny i love i would love that are you sick linked only one time at one time they used a shared in meeting they happened to um they didn't have a a speaker said that like why don't you talked for twenty minutes and i was like i don't think i've ever done that before but yeah sure what i'm only telling me story so fine and so is telling liz and blah blah blah and then i got two and then i i stop eating and i honestly can tell if that was good or bad because that was so skinny and a whole room bus latvia it was a roomful of women were like we feel you.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Eddie i would have to lake i know that that would spyro me out for sure but some people can do it they like will ac if you take you know it's different for everybody able to keep deliberately fallen yet but can you can you take advil in tylenol in a hospital go yet for the doesn't get you hi oh i see okay even in even in high dosage that doesn't but it does may in right yeah you don't have to be in pain we are though that kind of super hideous it's like when you're in panic i'm just after being brain bomber when you're when you're with somebody in a relationship in third during the drugs to is it is it always supportive were dow the of somebody to look at and be in like the for her we door you know what i mean like you're seeing them crush appellants lord as opposed to not being able to see yourself can i can i jump in i wonder to me like it sounds like it would feel better because it's like less people judging you you're in any you know it's wrong because this is only encouraging bad things but it feels like for example when i go to a restaurant and i want just a pile of a of french fries and onion rings but everyone's ordering salad get in it mm will somebody share this franchise with me now i write great so that's what i'm doing alone yagi yet totally i was never a purse and i mean artisans if i could do alone because you do oxy's anywhere near how does it great like would make childbirth like fun you know like cost fine.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"No way spread is great i just hate counting days certainly january first but it means nothing i am we'll have seven months on the 20th oca seven months lot i had eight months before my less so it's getting up there when he relapse is that something you notice half like you know halfway through the daily quoted i do or is it a conscious choice like i i know my problem fuck it i don't care as a more of a fuck it it's like i am well this thing with alcoholism in addiction is like the reason to go to lake recovery meetings and stuff is because it seriously it sound it is it's crazy but you have to be reminded almost daily that you are alcoholic because it if for me at least if i stay away from meetings and doing the step work than a need to do and all this work i have to do to stay sober all commence myself again you know went on of a problem fuck these people they can't tell you what to do which noone telling you it didn't really is like most people think that big it's like literally no one cares and and by it i have noticed i feel like i can i can drink and it's again okay but why like and then all convince myself but like it's fine if i drink and then it's never fine for how long could these it do you have a night or do you have a week it varies of head nights of head months um like i had the one was like a few months i was out just trying so hard to control but by then it's like weird because everyone i know i've l like it's graded like now my life i'm surrounded by people who care about me and know that i need to be sober side got drinking and they're just billy look hannah unlike know everywhere i would make a party so tense i would like stirred drinking a beer in everett was like oh oh.

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"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"I found out i had good of heroin is the cheap one and derailment how much are outsie pills oh my god they're like 30 apart why um um i was like working so hard and then and my roommate couldn't figure out is a you're not paying rent ever what's happening in those like oh it's it's of groceries with thirty dollars while i just got down at when i had my tumor removed they should ask for accede mm dollar a milligram so it depends on the milligram baia how many milligrams a day by the time you needed some help well by the time you super needed hell by the time you god help habitat melissa physically addicted i would say oh sixty to ninety day pills milligrams god now pell three pills a day so it doesn't sound like a lot at doesn't but but like if i w thirty milligrams taught like you you take like they're in a perk in one purpose of there's like five okay so so that is like taking six pills mmhmm so who would that be given to like how much pain would you need to have to be prescribed dia oh i mean nowadays they guinea to be coming off heroin louis or light yeah here rates for heroin addiction i don't like hospital the not quite hospice i guess boat while i mean big surgery like if you are a horse than something happen if i was a horse showed that would have been like i wouldn't have had a prop okay motema find they would never give you this much how hard was it to get off of its heart it was really hard for a few days because there was like loose nations inning i really say what with you see wolf later on throw up.

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