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"shweibi" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
"For other at deep energy experience but all of whom on the side of of how energy transform going forward okay so with the understanding that your representatives are your proposed Slate is gonna have to sit in the same room with exxon directors who've been there for a very long time espousing non climate-friendly policies. What do you make of the fact that the company spent tens of millions of dollars funded. Keep you off the board. I think the approach we have to take with exxon with every company. Is that the biggest risk right now. That will win this battle of ideas. It's battle of rhetoric lose the war of substantive action. If you ask ceos generally do you think it's important for the company to reposition self around climate change. Do you think it's important for a company to serve stakeholders nine out of ten. Say yes the problem is if you had asked them. Are you satisfied with the job. Your company is doing ninety. Six percent will say yes. We're already doing a great job. And so what we needed was leadership in the boardroom. Who had the experience people to call out. When the assumptions exxon was making do not align with reality is ultimately. If you think about if you're if you're running one of these energy companies today your key job is understanding which major multibillion dollar projects shweibi investing it going forward and making those decisions relies on having a set of assumptions about what the world will look like five ten twenty fifty years from today including demand for oil and gas will look like and our argument all along. Was that assumptions. They were making were not economic. They were not realistic. Given what the goals of countries and other companies have citizens were and that making those decisions investment decisions better required understanding what was happening with our climate right so the idea is not that these three board members are going to come in and be the hippies in the room saying you need to do the right thing. They're the people who know the energy business see. The energy transition are like hey china. Just kicked crypto currency out of its country because of the power use everything is changing believe the data ultimately i think we had made a purely environmental arguments kind of a save. The polar bears argument why we need new leadership at exxon. I don't think we've been successful. I don't think we've been. We had the economic argument. The argument that this is what what was best for the long term of the company. And that's how you have to remember. Companies public companies are run like little republic's shareholders elect boards boards appoint ceo ceo's and execute strategy and. So are right as investors is to nominate and vote for directors are going to represent us so our task always with this was. We put forward aboard slate set of four new directors. The we thought could better guy direction of exxon into the future and then we had to spend six months convincing other shareholders. That are slate was better than the incumbents. So who's doing it right of the big companies out there doing it right and you have to look at a witch. Companies are reading into the transition into the transformation this can be required to meet the demands of climate change..
"shweibi" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Against kevin. A few more teens were charged with other crimes related to llc that included. Tom tyrone and chris burnett both of whom had accompanied. Kevin chris pete and derek at the forted vandalism at riverdale as well as the coca cola plant arson both received jail sentences and probation in all four people were charged in connection with sweeties. But there was only one who stood trial. Kevin foster was offered a deal that included life in prison in exchange for a full confession reportedly thinking he would get more notoriety while on death row. Kevin refused the offer to plead guilty and serve life so the state moved forward with its pursuit of the death penalty against him. He was tried in march. Nineteen ninety eight nearly two years after the slaying during the trial kevin foster was an obedient. Defendant he declined to testify but he did his part otherwise that included dressing up for the jury. I remember coming in and i sat Behind him and i kinda did a double take a hunter. I was in the right court Ru because foster look very nice like was going to church and it was far from that in his defense. Kevin claimed he had an alibi. He insisted that he was home. The night of shweibi murder the originator of this alibi was reportedly. John foster kevin step-father he died before the case went to trial. So it fell on kevin's mother and sister to take the stand and testify. That kevin was home that night but every member of o. See who testified. Including chris pete and derek said kevin was not only present that night but that he was the one who had planned the murder and fired the shotgun someone else also undercut ruby fosters attempt at establishing alibi for her son. That person was rebecca magneti pete magnates mother. She said that ruby had called her and asked her for her help. In concocting an alibi she refused and reported that phone call to the authorities. Ruby fosters testimony included several statements that reportedly locked credibility even when she was asked a straightforward question for she would stammer a lot and correct herself when she was asked how many children she had for instance. She answered that she had three kids when she was asked to name them. She gave four names at one point. She was asked by the prosecutor whether she kept a tight rein on her son while she raised him she answered no or yes. Well maybe not choose of it. She she was just this was beyond her if she ever been to court or anything but she was just out of place. It was just weird. The jury found kevin guilty. It was on to the penalty phase. Three prosecutors handled the case for the state. One of them was bob lee. Who questioned witnesses. The penalty phase and then gave closing arguments when a former teacher at riverdale testified on kevin's behalf and enough to sway the jury to recommend a life sentence. Instead of the death penalty she elicited a strong reaction from lee. That teacher carol parrella described kevin loving young man. Who cared about his friends. Her son had been friends with him during his cross examination. Lee astor whether she was familiar with. eddie haskell. The character on the classic tv sitcom leave it to beaver. She told him she knew the reference. Eddie haskell showed one face to adults and a totally different face to his peers lisa. To her she responded. I knew several students like that. Kevin is a fine young man. We countered by asking her. Do find young men murder innocent people. Parrella didn't have a good answer. The defense did its part to try to keep kevin off of death. Row defense attorney. Robert jacobs asked the jury to picture his client as a small bird. He then said you can crush him or put him in a cage for the rest of his life. When it was lee's turned to speak to the jury he emphasized that shweibi was murdered simply because he foiled act of vandalism. He said this killing had no shred of moral pretense. The complete senselessness was done. Strictly to protect his skin and the lords of chaos the only penalty that will bring out. Justice is the highest with a nine to three vote. The jury recommended the death penalty in nineteen ninety. Eight florida only required a majority vote from the jury for a death penalty recommendation. The law changed a few years ago and now the death penalty requires the jury to be unanimous. There was a chance that kevin's death sentence would be overturned with the new law. But that didn't happen. The florida supreme court denied kevin's appeal in two thousand eighteen. He remains where he has been for twenty three years. Now this is typically where the story would end. But not this one kevin's trial in nineteen ninety eight generated. A lot of media coverage certain members of the foster family were reportedly not kind to the throngs of reporters who attended the trial. Particularly those from the fort. Myers news press which published several articles that family members thought painted them in a negative light one particular reporter who during his long print. Journalism career covered. Trials from fort myers to fort. Lauderdale would say years. Later that he never got him. More rude or chillier reception from a defendant's family compared to what he got from ruby foster and her daughter. Sam cook got similar treatment from the foster women. He said one of them at one point told him to drop dead strangely enough however there was one news press reporter who the foster family warmed up to his name. Was jim greenhill. Who covered public safety for the fort. Myers news press while kevin was in jail. He somehow one kevin's trust to greenhill. Who later wrote a book about the lords of chaos titled. Somebody has to die. Tonight was the one journalist who interviewed kevin in prison. He would ride to where. Kevin was incarcerated at union correctional center outside. Starke florida and be accompanied by kevin's mother in the end. Ruby and kevin got very comfortable with greenhill. Kevin foster would eventually admit to green held that he was in fact the shooter that was something he had denied for years following his arrest. He always insisted that he had been home. The night of the killing additionally kevin gave greenhill three names of people who had testified against him in court three people who were associates of the lords of us. He told greenhill that those three men needed to be killed so that they couldn't testify against him again in case he won his appeal and was granted retrial. Kevin asked greenhill to assassinate them. It didn't end there. Ruby foster also asked greenhill to kill those three witnesses. She even added a fourth name to the killing list and handed greenhill shotgun. She also suggested degreen held that he uses lime when he buried the bodies so that animals couldn't dig up the remains greenhill went to the authorities years later after his book was published. Greenhill explained himself in emails to his friend and former colleague sam cooke. Here's sam reading from.
"shweibi" Discussed on Court Junkie
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The voice on the outgoing message sounded just like the man who had confronted him. A short time for tom. Tyrone didn't like the developments of that evening and decided to disengage from the group and go home. The same went for chris. Burnett another associate of the gang. That meant the murder. Plot factor on the four core members. Kevin foster chris. Black pete magneti and eric shields. The plan was to knock on the front door. Sweeties house lure him outside and then fatally shoot him. The media reported that the murder weapon was kevin's shotgun. This same one. His mother had bought for him when he was fourteen years old. Chris volunteered to be the getaway driver. Pete the one member of the core group who had the most apprehension about committing murder that night would remain in the car. Derek played a pivotal role in the slaying. He's the one chosen to knock on the door since he had been one of shweibi students. Kevin's line of thinking was that sri bees would look outside to see who was knocking at such a late hour. C- familiar face and be comfortable enough to step out onto the front porch. Derek didn't idolize kevin the way the others did. But kevin still managed to convince him to be the decoy derek would later allege that he took part in the plot because kevin threatened to kill him. If he didn't their murderous plan was set into motion. Derek knocked on the door shweibi answered. And then derek immediately took off running a puzzled shweibi stepped forward and kevon donning a trenchcoat fatigues and ski-mask emerged from the dark and fired his shotgun. The pellets sprayed into sweeties face and he collapsed to the ground. Kevin fired one. More shot to his pelvic region authorities would later say that second shot was fired there intentionally kevin assumed shweibi was gay and wanted to mutilate him. This shotgun. Blast to the face was fatal. Shwee's died that night on his doorstep. It was an impulse killing and torture wasn't going to let any of them back out of the group sped away in kevin's toyota. A neighbor who heard the shots and that noisy muffler called nine. One one randy mcgruther. Who for thirty years prosecuted. Murder cases in the twentieth judicial circuit includes lee county met with sheriff's investigators. Shortly after the murder mcgruther time media that before any leads trickled in detectives openly wondered whether she was involved in any sort of love triangle. The shotgun wound to his. Pelvic region may have indicated something of that nature. Meanwhile the riverdale community mourned the loss of their band teacher. People were crying at work and it was just horrible situations. The shock is still in these people's lives. There was a deep desire not only to solve the case but to do so quickly as it turned out. Investigators didn't have to wait long for their first solid lead. Kevin had bragged about it to one of llc's fringe members who then told his girlfriend about it. She promptly called law enforcement and told detectives that her boyfriend had information about the sweeties killing. This sheriff's office called in the boyfriend who then spilled detectives. The puzzle pieces fell into place quickly. Kevin was arrested three days after the shweibi killing he was en route to a planned. Robbery of a local hardee's restaurant kevin took one. Look at the deputies who converged on him and told them. I'll see you in hell. The other core members chris. Derrick and pete were rounded up as well the apparent spell they were under wore off in jail. All three of them turned on their leader. Pete was offered the best deal up to thirty two years in prison in exchange for testifying against kevin. The thirty two year sentence was by design one year of prison for every year of shweibi slave. Chris and derek were offered choices. Plead guilty in serve life in prison or stand trial and possibly get the death penalty. Both of them agreed to plead guilty and serve life to get that. They too needed to testify.
"shweibi" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Something about fort myers at the foster family preferred. Compared to the other places they lived. It was small tropical southern and place where a dollar could stretch far by the time. Kevin was in middle school. Ruby settled down with her fourth and final husband. Back in the town they liked. The most ruby foster was a young mother. She wasn't much of an authority figure. Kevin was often left unsupervised. This stepfather's he had were mostly mixed bag and wooden stick around for long. His biological father mostly remained absent in his life on christmas morning. In nineteen ninety one when kevin was fourteen years old. He unwrapped a gift from his mother. It was a brand new shotgun the first of many firearms. He would eventually own his stepfather. At the time john foster owned upon shop in the fort myers area and kevin worked there part time being an historic surrounded by firearms was pleasing to him and often posed for pictures at home enthusiastically holding an aiming rifles and handguns one night in nineteen ninety-four kevin was rushed to the emergency room. He had shot himself by accident with one of his own handguns. He survived his injuries. In every gunshot case a law enforcement officer is assigned to investigate the lee county. Deputy who had responded to that call would be one of the investigators in this sweeties murder. Two years later. Kevin wasn't very well liked at school and he eventually dropped out while in school. He had a reputation for being an open racist and for being cruel to animals in one inscription in his yearbook. Someone wrote to him quote. Please don't kill anyone this summer. Because i hear it's pretty bad in prison. The other core members of the lords of chaos. Where pete magneti chris. Black and derek shields all three. Were smart and impressionable for reasons. Only they could give they liked respected and followed kevin. The i gravitate towards him was pete. Magneti he was born in california and his family moved to fort myers when he was two years old. He was gifted with a one fifty. Three i q. He had a loner streak and showed no interest in team activities. He showed the same lack of interest in academics. In spite of his intelligence his teachers noticed his potential. But they couldn't get him to concentrate. He regularly challenged and frustrated his teachers. Pete didn't fit in fort. Myers was a country town and he was an outcast. He played clarinet and liked to read comic books. He met kevin and the to clicked after the lords of chaos took shape. Pete would become kevin's second in command. He was the one who wrote the gangs. Manifestos here's a sample of what pete wrote in his personal notebook while a member of loc quote my best qualities are that i can think of something so disgustingly repulsive that it will make my best friend. Kevin laugh into hysterics things that make me. Happy are torturing small animals guns bombs and fire. Heaven is my bad influence in the person who taught me all kinds of important things like how to load beretta and to you're a person of small stature like me you have to talk big. Think big and nobody will say nothing. It also helps to have big friends that own. Big guns one of pete's few close friends was chris black. These two got along because they had similar personalities and liked the same underground music. Chris was short and overweight. He clashed with his father like pete. Chris was smart but mostly disinterested in school. The fourth member of llc was derek shields unlike the others. he didn't always like kevin but like the others. He was distrusting of most of his classmates and preferred to be around those who were more on the fringes of the school community. He had his own demons. Derek grew up in upstate. New york at age eight. He slipped on some ice. The bb gun. He was holding hit the ground and appellate ricocheted off of a house and struck him in the eye. Eventually he got an implant lens in his eyes so that he could see better. Derek was a gifted athlete and that translated well on the baseball fields. He loved the game. It was derrick's older brother whom he had admired who. I got him interested in it eventually. The shields family moved to south west virginia while he was living in virginia derrick's older brother. Fred was the victim of a homicide that reportedly traumatized derek. The best role model in his life was gone without warning. Shortly after his family moved to fort. Myers derek befriended pete magneti and chris black. It was sort of an odd mix. Pete in chris reportedly liked hard uptempo music mostly industrial rock and heavy metal. Derek liked nineties pop music and it was usually the softer variety like mariah carey. Derek was tall considered handsome by many and gifted athletically. When pete and chris were not he was good enough at baseball to play at the college level and by the time he was seventeen. Colleges across florida were noticing. Kevin was the clear cut leader of the group literally called himself. God the others followed suit except for derek. who often would look at kevin with skeptical. I pete easily fit into the role of kevin's first mate. He recruited others to join. Llc and pretty soon others did but mostly as hangers on who had joined the gang when they were ready to carry out small scale property crimes like breaking windows out of parked cars they would detach from the group when things started to get too intense or dangerous. Kevin came up with the lords of chaos. Monica the gangs basic mission. According to authorities was to invoke fear through destructive means sam cooke was a long time columnist for the fort myers press. He wrote several pieces about llc. Its crimes and thereafter mouth. Here he is describing how the gangs criminal activities were dictated by the whims of its leader. These guys it's everything was at you to those with fostered lading the way he was the boss and whatever he said went and there was nobody telling him what to do. The members got a rush out of hearing. Glass break are watching objects burn on march twenty fourth nineteen ninety-six the charge shells of to jeep cherokees. Were found abandoned and lehigh acres a non unincorporated area. East of fort myers the lee. Come share of sergeant. Who i inspected the burned vehicles realized immediately that it was arson. There was no way those vehicles could have burned that severely. Without an accelerates it was later learned. Vehicles were brand new and stolen auto a dealership lot. They were valued at sixty thousand dollars. The group continued their crime spree. They called in bomb threats. They damaged cars that were parked outside churches and stores they toppled street signs. They opened fire hydrants on one warm april night. They busted the windows of a set of parked taxis. That were parked in a line along the street when a witness saw them in screamed out to them to stop they in kevin's toyota sedan. The witness told authorities that the getaway car had a noisy muffler. Kevin pete and chris drove by the hut which at the time was a well known. Fort myers area restaurant. Pete in chris suggested burglarizing. The restaurant but kevin had other ideas. One of the members heard what sounded like animals chirping or screaming from inside the restaurant. The noises were coming from two caged exotic birds. They were macaws. The bright colored birds were favorites of the staff and customers. Each mccaw was valued at two thousand dollars. The cage itself cost another one thousand dollars. Kevin decided to set fire to the building. The fire the boys sat that night resulted in the death of one of those birds. The other was saved. The resulting media attention from the hut fire didn't satisfy kevin who was hell bent on inflicting more damage. He wanted to send a message. He wanted his next fire to light up. The sky set his mind on setting fire to an abandoned coca cola plan. One of the biggest buildings in fort myers april. Nineteenth nineteen. Ninety six was the third anniversary of the waco siege and the one year anniversary of the oklahoma city bombing. The planning stage of kevin's next crime lasted all evening and well past midnight. So the coca cola. Plant explosion didn't take place on the actual anniversary date. Which is what kevin had wanted. Even still the plan was carried out heaven and his crew loaded ten stolen pro paintings onto the bed of a pickup truck and drove to the abandoned historical building at the corner of edison and cleveland. Avenues near the heart of fort myers six see members including all four of the core members participated in the creation of the destructive bomb. These strategically placed the tanks in various parts of the building and turned all the knobs to open the tanks in a stroke of irony that kevin was reportedly proud of the homemade flashbomb designed to ignite. The gas was made using a pepsi. Can if anyone was awake and in the vicinity of the building that person easily would have heard the hissing from the tanks. Chris was standing guard by the getaway vehicle across the street and could hear it eventually. The other five members sprinted out of the building towards the truck they all then fled to a nearby park where the plant was still within sight. It took about twelve minutes for the propane bomb to detonate. The explosion was massive. Shards of glass landed on. Us forty one. The main north-south highway that cuts through fort myers. The fire kept getting bigger and bigger. The gangs sat at a picnic table and watched the scene unfolds. Planned was a total loss. And kevin got the media attention he had hoped for. That was for fun. You know they say let the place on fire and they watched earn like a birthday cake. Destruction of property wasn't the only kind of criminal behavior kevin had in mind for l. o. C. he had hoped to make use of his firearm collection. His most horrifying idea was to commit a mass shooting at florida's biggest resort complex on graduation. Night which was weeks away. The core members of l. c. Had planned to travel with the riverdale graduating class to disneyworld dress up in costumes and then opened fire on random victims. Kevin wanted all the targeted victims to black thankfully. That massacre never happened instead. The last and worst of llc's crimes took place on the night. Of april thirtieth. Ten days after the coca cola plant bombing april thirtieth nineteen ninety. Six was a big day for mark. Shwee's the marine corps veteran was well into his teaching career by then he had purchased a lot and his new house was about to be under construction the day he was murdered. The foundation had been poured sri had established scholarship program for students whose parents had financial difficulties financing their children's band. camp trips. Were too difficult for some parents. So sweeties would find ways to raise money to cover those costs. One of his first ideas was holding an ice cream social. It was held on that very date april thirty s. If you had a student at riverdale high school you would want him in march. He's banned because this guy put the students first and was always helping them. Sweeties was still on the riverdale. Campus as the sun was setting he had to be at the local cracker barrel restaurant to have dinner with a band. Booster as he was pulling out of the parking lot. He noticed too young males standing by a payphone. Shweibi drove towards them to see whether they needed a ride home. The two students were crisp. Black and tom tyrone. Tom was a fringe member of llc. He and chris were not the only ones in the vicinity. A few more members of llc including pete and derek but they were hidden and shweibi never noticed them he did catch a glimpse of one other suspicious person. Kevin foster was walking across the street towards tom and chris when he saw sweeties ford bronco heading in his direction. He sprinted away and ran towards the woods. Sweeties called out to the person fleeing but he kept running. She then turned his attention to the two boys standing at the payphone. They hadn't sweeties asked them what they were doing. Chris did most of the talking. He told him that he was making a phone. Call sri b.'s. New that was ally because the payphone hadn't been working. It had been damaged a few weeks earlier. Chris and tom knew that too. Because it was l. o. c. Who damaged it. Sri b.'s. noticed the boys had a bag in their possession. It contained a fire extinguisher. Some canned peaches and other items. The plan that night was to use cans of peaches to break the windows of the auditorium enter the school and then damage it from the inside. Shweibi also noticed that. Tom had on a pair of gloves. It gets. Hot in fort myers in late april even at night so that to aroused shweibi suspicions. He asked the teens about the gloves. And chris responded with a smart aleck answer. We like to wear gloves. Is that against the law. He asked sweeties confiscated the bag of supplies and placed it in his trunk. He warned chris and tom that they might get a summons. The next morning from the law enforcement officer assigned to the school shweibi away and chris reportedly threw a temper tantrum. Heaven confronted the pair later and he also lost his cool in the end. The gang didn't break any laws that night. They were caught before the act. Nothing got broken or damaged at the school but kevin and his underlings still had a lot to be nervous about. Kevin distrusted tom. He thought this skinny naive kid would crack under the pressure of being confronted by police and then disclose everything. Llc had done did. Chris had the same worries as kevin. He was the one who first articulated an idea. He uttered the words. Somebody has to die tonight. Kevin in that moment to make the inexplicable leap from vandalism to premeditated murder the target would be marked Bees and they needed to act fast before the band teacher could tell anyone.
"shweibi" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks
"So there's regain front of renzo with his same inquiry in front of the master waiting the response. Oh enlightened one what you say about this your awakened response when we wait to find out what someone else's point of view is we have the opportunity of saving face. There's something to gain holding back and that is there is less to lose. If we limit ourselves we can have the illusion of control or security or at least that we know what we're doing so maybe holds back. He gets in front of rinse. I and he plays it safe in taking on this head trainee position. I knew i had to do this. Talk towards the end of training period. In any time. I thought about it. I got really nervous. I felt jittery. My mouth would go dry. And i started constructing ways of getting out of it outlandish ways that i would never really initiate but i knew i would feel exposed. I knew i was taking on additional responsibilities and would be held accountable and that those would not end at the conclusion of training period. So ryu gay gets hit with a cushion in a chin. Rest these are meditation props cushion. We know what that is. I think is a device. Used to hold a practitioners head. Upright for long hours of meditation. Googled it. I found one image. It's an upright stan with a u. Shape top it was somewhat intimidating. And yet i also found myself intrigued by it. You know what's that like. What's like to sit so long. You need to rest your chin because you simply cannot hold your head up. Take a nap sitting up instead of going to bed because you're so dedicated to setting so then the thought in the middle of training period on sitting enough to sit more. I need to sit so much. I can't hold up my head anymore. That's how will solve the meaning of life in comparison took i took karate for a short while and we would meditate for one minute before class started the teacher. Would yell stays up and we would all hit our knees on this linoleum floor. There was no time to waste no time to fuss about posture or even prepare. Just the immediacy of now. They already having started. But either way long long hours of meditation or a brief moment taken to center ourselves the commitment to one's own practice occurs every time we said and every time we sit. We deepen our commitment so after some time has passed review as living in temple. He is a priest. That's what osho means. And he has asked a question by one of the monks. Osho in former times you asked shweibi and renzo about the meaning of the coming of the ancestor. You had your chance to ask for these masters your question. Did they both clarified or not. I think the monk wants to know. Did you find what you're looking for as your quest been satisfied are you done. Are you done seeking. I want to attain great enlightenment by hearing a loud sound or just the right sentence. I want to be assured that. If i sit if i'm diligent that i will be rewarded with a fundamental shift in perspective. One that permeates through and through. But what is that. And how. How could i hold onto it. So are you gay replies. They clarified it all right. They answered his question. Shweibi princi both well established. Teachers gave their appropriate responses. Their hits aren't meaningless. You get continues. But they're still no meaning to the ancestors coming from the west and the case ends there. Is anyone else slightly disappointed. I was when i first read it. And yet i could tell there was something else going on. I don't think we went through all of that. Just to prove himself right however he knew it all along. He carried it with him the entire time but it needed the journey. It needed the investigation. There is nothing missing in this. No meaning that you gaze speaking about no matter what is it. There is no meaning no matter where we are what we are doing or thinking were saying if the wind blows or the birds chirp fit is snowing raining or sunny. If we travel east or west or more likely these days. Just stay where we are. It is here no meaning. So what do we do with it. Thank you this is a three foot long black snake a longtime time ago. It was a component of flour at vulture peak. At shaolin it became a plum blossom sometimes transforms into a dragon and swallows heaven and earth. Sometimes it transforms into a diamond sword with freedom to kill and give life right now in accord with the order of my teacher. It lies in my hands. I feel like a mosquito trying to bite in iron bowl however having been assigned as head training must fulfil my duties. Now you dragons and elephants in this dr hall confront me and dermot combat benji. You go i. Attention had truly teacher strikes. Her student junren's one that cares very deeply where your answer mayor life though well.
"shweibi" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks
"We hope you enjoy the talk. Good morning thank you for joining us. Yesterday we completed the first part of shoe soho section in the in the buddha hall and the endo and today it will present the case and mytalk and then open it up for questions and answers so let's begin attention. Were you gate asked shweibi. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west. Shweibi said going at the chin. Rest for me. Were you gave brought the chin. Rest four shweibi sri be then treated him to blow review gay remarked. Hit me if you wish but there is still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west later. Were you asked i. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west reside said. Go get the cushion for me. You gave brought the cushion to rent. Buy in rings. I treated him to a blow. Were you gave remarked. Hit me if you wish but there's still no meaning to the ancestors coming from the west later. Still when you gave was living in a temple among said osho. In former times you asked shweibi and ren's by about the meaning of the coming of the ancestor. Did they both clarify it or not. Regain replied they clarified it all right but there's still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west. I appreciate this co on. I appreciate all the masters who have come before and those who will carry on the teachings sitting with his co on for almost three months was a rollercoaster ride. Everything is contained within it. So that when i looked into it or through it i see myself. All my attitudes and behaviors my delusional thinking my twisted karma. My determination revealed in one cohen. That's the power of this practice. Of course it comes across as tears in moods smiles and laughter self-doubt grandiose generosity kindness. It looks like everyday life. Cohen appears as everyday life. Because it is what else is there and it is magnificent and painful joyful. An undressed bubble so much to uncover and so much hiding in plain sight and i have been passed on it. This cohen is still very much a work in progress. For me like riga. I don't find answers very satisfying. It doesn't feel done. It feels like there is still something that needs clarifying. And that's okay. When i started this practice. I wanted answers. Concrete answers even if they were unsettling especially if they were unsettling. I wanted my rattled with new answers. Maybe just like you re you. Gay seems to be persistent in steadfast resolute. He is vexed by a question in seeks to answer those qualities span the centuries you lived in china from early nineteenth century to early tenth century. Apparently he left home when he was fourteen years old became a monk and then traveled a great deal. He studied with many different teachers shweibi. Ren's being two of them before eventually becoming a student of chosen ryoko founder of the soto school in china. In this cohen reggae asks shweibi what was then and still is basic zen question what is the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west the ancestor being bodey dharma. He introduced senator chan buddhism to china travelling west from india. So you gave poses this question to sweetie Be asks regain for the chin rest. This is a telltale sign that he's going to get hit with it. But were you gave fetches the chin. Rest hands sweetie and shweibi then treated him to blow. Leonard begs the question. Why didn't regain get the chin. Rest no i have my answer for me if i thought getting hit with saul some of my more pressing issues. I'd hand over the chin. Rest to sounds like it could be a quick fix actually is not assuaged by this response from tv. Hit me if you wish but there's still no meaning to the ancestors coming from the west are answers do not come from someone else we sit. We get to know this one right here. We have teachers to help us to not believe our stories to cut through a lot of the tangled thinking providing courage -ment alternately. Our tension provides the path. So you gay travels again onward to see master renzo. I which was not an easy journey. You didn't hop on a jet blue flight. Binge watch some tv until he reached his destination and then d board the plane now. He traveled by whatever means. Were available car both on foot to meet this zen master only to ask the same question and receive the same response he gets hit again. This time with cushion mercifully perhaps perhaps not master rinse. I treated him to a blow. So you gaze responses the same also more of this. Hit me if you wish when i was committing the co onto memory. I was grateful for the repetitious nature of it. However in sitting with i wondered why bother repeating this again the only differences the teacher and the object the whole thing feels kind of stagnant traveling for just to stay in the same position. Before i moved to your koji i went through my belongings. And i got rid of so many things and i wound up. Rereading my old diaries. And and i found that they were really repetitive. The woes that held me when i was ten. Were still there. When i was twenty one and even older bit embarrassing but true sure the characters had changed friends my arch enemies. Names were different situations. Were different. But i can't boiling everything down to the same core questions. Why is life so painful. What's.
Kisen Dharma Combat
"Good morning thank you for joining us. Yesterday we completed the first part of shoe soho section in the in the buddha hall and the endo and today it will present the case and mytalk and then open it up for questions and answers so let's begin attention. Were you gate asked shweibi. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west. Shweibi said going at the chin. Rest for me. Were you gave brought the chin. Rest four shweibi sri be then treated him to blow review gay remarked. Hit me if you wish but there is still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west later. Were you asked i. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west reside said. Go get the cushion for me. You gave brought the cushion to rent. Buy in rings. I treated him to a blow. Were you gave remarked. Hit me if you wish but there's still no meaning to the ancestors coming from the west later. Still when you gave was living in a temple among said osho. In former times you asked shweibi and ren's by about the meaning of the coming of the ancestor. Did they both clarify it or not. Regain replied they clarified it all right but there's still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west. I appreciate this co on. I appreciate all the masters who have come before and those who will carry on the teachings sitting with his co on for almost three months was a rollercoaster ride. Everything is contained within it. So that when i looked into it or through it i see myself. All my attitudes and behaviors my delusional thinking my twisted karma. My determination revealed in one cohen. That's the power of this practice. Of course it comes across as tears in moods smiles and laughter self-doubt grandiose generosity kindness. It looks like everyday life. Cohen appears as everyday life. Because it is what else is there and it is magnificent and painful joyful. An undressed bubble so much to uncover and so much hiding in plain sight and i have been passed on it. This cohen is still very much a work in progress. For me like riga. I don't find answers very satisfying. It doesn't feel done. It feels like there is still something that needs clarifying. And that's okay. When i started this practice. I wanted answers. Concrete answers even if they were unsettling especially if they were unsettling. I wanted my rattled with new answers. Maybe just like you re you. Gay seems to be persistent in steadfast resolute. He is vexed by a question in seeks to answer those qualities span the centuries you lived in china from early nineteenth century to early tenth century. Apparently he left home when he was fourteen years old became a monk and then traveled a great deal. He studied with many different teachers shweibi. Ren's being two of them before eventually becoming a student of chosen ryoko founder of the soto school in china. In this cohen reggae asks shweibi what was then and still is basic zen question what is the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west the ancestor being bodey dharma. He introduced senator chan buddhism to china travelling west from india. So you gave poses this question to sweetie Be asks regain for the chin rest. This is a telltale sign that he's going to get hit with it.
"shweibi" Discussed on Defenders Of The Night
"At the clock tower now. Liz. So the Gargoyles all wake up and Goliath is like how did mic Mac get away from the weird sisters? Assume, it's because they're assholes neighbors You're you're free go had I noticed at this point. That's the first time in a long time that we've seen all the gargoyles together. Yeah and when they leave to go scope shit out, they all go together, which is very unusual to have them all fighting as a group right and like it do you know Liz that the weird sisters know what the fuck big MACs up to they see it happening there the fates right why are they letting this happen I thought they were supposed to be keeping big MAC and Dimona in check. This episode makes me even more confused about the Weird Sisters Yeah Anyway. Yeah glaive isn't going to sit around with his tail and his hand while big Mac rubs his dick all up on d Q. So as you mentioned all six Bros. no one is staying behind to guard the tower all six they're going to go pay big. Mac. A visit. It's time to him where it hurts his sore. Kale but. Even Bring Brown they. Do they mean business when you bring Bronx you're playing for keeps dream about really really wants to go but she's still Super Shweibi weepy and she has to go to work in thirty minutes. Do Cop stuff you know I mean typically I wouldn't even fucking care about my job but I don't know I. Guess in this episode I do any other time she'd be like, yeah, I'm GonNa. Go with you fuck work and Goliath is all like we'll protect ourselves UGO protect the city. All right. I mean, they don't spoilers they fuck up. We'll get to go back to Castle McDonald. Lan. Lexington once again has his flawless tech skills and can bypass the security system. Yeah. You know what I liked here Liz Broadway is complementing lexus skills. Yeah. It was sweet. It never happens. It really doesn't usually Broadway or Brooklyn has some shit to talk about you know Lexus nerdy abilities but the positive reinforcement is going to do nothing but good things. Yeah. Titans them as a group it does but lex like, yeah thanks. But that was too easy not in a good way like I am very suspicious about what's going on right now. Yeah. I hit random buttons I did not. Know what I was doing. So keep your head on a swivel shore. So everyone splits up, they're going to go looking for big Mac Bronx and Brooklyn. Broadway and Hudson and lex in. Goliath they head to the Security Systems Control Room Yeah and we've seen that plenty of times before 'cause big Mac loves nothing more just sit in a tiny space watching two dozen television screens at once he have cameras all over the city or is he just washing his empty castle because what they show us when they're in there is screens of his castle in different rooms in the castle. Like typically just that they're keeping an eye on his castle and not living a life. Well, he does have a bunch of cameras in his castle in one of the city of stone episodes. He was also shown watching Dimona elsewhere, right? Yeah. So he must have hidden cameras everywhere what a creepy purview. He's definitely got some under the toilet seat cameras somewhere in New York City he's a creep. Showing your dirty side, you know man you gotta get consent for that kind of thing. Yeah. All right two things here Liz when they're walking in the building. Why is lex walking around on all fours does he normally do that I? Don't know I I think we've commented on it before but like it was a lot this time, it wasn't like Oh while he was writing quickly like I'm just being a weird cat looked extra weird putting him next to Bronx Bronx can't help but walk on all fours if I was bronx at look over me like, are you mocking me? Walk. Upright Sir and then at this point, he's what Goliath is huge. So just makes lex look even Tinier. Yeah. All right. Second thing when Lexington and Goliath find the control room, the door slams open and they've got these faces like Bra. We're GONNA. Spooky. There's no one in here. Heiress it. Showing they got their glowing is bull or scary march. Oh Shit. Okay and. They're like, oh, no one was around to see that. They really do they just deflate immediately when they come. We look really do Lexington will look really scary. Yeah. Go really school we were taught school and see. Just some thoughts I had. The room is empty. Yeah and since no one's in their lex takes it upon himself to surf through the various security cameras to try and locate big Mac. Right. But instead finds d Q. Let me play a little clip here. It's cousy. Still. We have no choice Goliath. Wait. Macbeth's gotten him operational again but there's no way of knowing which cold stones three personalities is in control just remember. One of them hates your guts. Just have to be there careful now. The reason I wanted to play that clip is because it ends with glass just fucking punching a hole through a control panel on the console and I wasn't quite sure. Why is it? Because he's angry he doesn't normally lose his temper like that Homolka se purposely just trying to destroy big. Mac Shit just because he can back can't use it against them or is he just like? I'm angry Hulk Smash Goliath Blah I think he just couldn't find the off button. Because they pull back. They do a line shot and there are other screens that are still on. Yeah. So it didn't shut everything. Well. Elsewhere in the Castle Bronx and Brooklyn are scoping shout and Bronx smells a familiar smell a smell he is encountered just a couple episodes ago they slowly open a door to find a cause. With dogs most ancient fo, the vacuum cleaner. What if what if it was just that he was like, oh, those things well, any thing like he's still sniffing around and he's still obviously he's on a scent. Haven't we learned when Bronx does get don't fuck around like pay attention to what he's doing. Oh wrongs stop that we haven't learned that is clearly. Because Bronx goes into this closet and he's sniffing around and was like something's in here what the Fuck Brooklyn is like a closet and he shuts the light off and he just walks away. Yeah. He doesn't even examine the clause. She's like he doesn't even go inside to double check, and this is when we get the replay of the gag from the end of city of Stone par-three. Dimona just appears out of nowhere from behind a secret wall a secret wall is closet. Liz, why would there be a secret wall in a closet? It's furrow secret sex for all the secret brooms and my secret broom closet I fucking rolled my eyes. So hard I thought they were GONNA fall out of my head. And then you know what Brooklyn gets what he deserves because Dimona beats the shit out of him is just brutal and like I feel like Brooklyn more than most of the other rogue oils has like his beef with Dimona. Yeah. That's like I'm on dude be a little smarter than this and you deserve to have your ass kicked. Yeah. This was perfect. If anybody should have gotten, there s beat by Dimona right here Brooklyn. Deserved it more than anyone just because you know he's still caring and Hate Boehner So she's flinging him around and smashing them in walls and she throws one of into the fireplace and well, let's go see what the last two dudes are up to instead of staying with this. So we go to a library, of course, broadway and Hudson walk into the library. I have to say that that was a beautiful library Liz. These two are the perfect to walk into a library and they are just inam. `red. You know we were talking about character growth. They are Namur. d- Let me play this clip because.
"shweibi" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"So this commercial job you've been doing is like really physically taxing. It's five thousand hours a day. It's beyond I'm exhausted and also because it's physically Labor aureus. Yeah. every problem that I have physically. been exacerbated by five hundred thousand. Every single time you get home like in the last week like you or like everything hurts and you're right to the fields CD oil right to the fields. The second I walk in I have to get the the thing the drop where I put it under the tongue go. Swirl Swirl Swirl good night wig. Yeah. If Lake she's at, it's what does it feel like exactly when you take the feels cbd oil when you swirl the oil what happens to your sore back you're sore knees. Your attitude problem. Your bitterness resentment. The loss of. Yeah Yeah. I what happens is? Swirl Swirl Swirl and then I start you. You'd it's so gradual. You just it's not. It's like This edge is taken taken off. The sharp edges are whittled down the. The. Sometimes, the pain is so sharp it just can just dull. It does it does it people who live with chronic pain no that you're already you're like a dog whose not it's arm off in the woods you're already going through the woods with a limb missing and you're used to it. But when chronic pain kicks up that notch and it's like and then it's just like how much more can a human mind? Physically deal with her mentally deal with when it's pain feels CBD is the Shit for that also people with chronic anxiety. Just used to always having like a free floating anxiety around you but then sometimes something kicks it up into high gear and you got that feels right there to like. Yeah, the edges exactly live with chronic insomnia. You're Kinda used to it every night it's a thing but then sometimes you it makes you panic and you don't WanNa feel that and that's why you got fields because you don't want to have the feels about your insomnia about your pain about your anxiety and it's there and I feel for me. What my feelings are is it's like a blanket. Now it's like a Damn I've said this before it's like I can't watch. TV. Unless I know where the remote control is and once I realized I'm not I don't have. An eye on the remote I don't even need to change the channel. I don't need to pause I don't need to mute I don't need to do anything but sit and be in the moment enjoy the show. But I can't because I don't know where the fucking remote and that's the way I feel about feels feels CBD oil having it around just makes me know you know what I I have that if I start freaking the fuck out at my goddaughter's birthday at the beach during Cova during fires I have the feels I have it right in my purse swirling. I'm not going to get. Hi, I'M NOT GONNA get addicted. I'm not going to have a hangover I'm swirling and I'm calming which is great because it's not like you're you're like having to step away and smoke something or going like where everyone's like Oh smick in. Jeans or whatever and you. Know I do like stepping to smoke stuff but I know. But you're right. Oh I certainly don't want to step away and smoke something for my anxiety. Fun Right like what are you doing? Just easing the edges in my chronic pain. One Gal. WanNa go on you WANNA. You WanNa. Come down this dance on Oh. Yeah. I got four herniated discs would. You Oh yeah. It feels is the best video out there and if for anyone who's rolling their eyes, who's like e CBD Shweibi you know what you haven't tried feels because right I was the same as you was like can take your fucking fake pot and go vote off and this is this is It is real. It does exist that the the whole industry couldn't exist if it didn't come from a grain of truth and feels is that grain of truth exactly me on top of the Line Aka real genuine cbd bd and it's an oil vaping. It's not smoking. It's not whatever you're not GONNA get hide the body is going to be relaxed. It's going to take the edges away from. The pain.
"shweibi" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast
"Welcome back have you finished pondering The banana team to the wall situation to ask how many of you already Good and make resolutions that not too. Yeah that's a big one all right. Let's go with that. I'd have any so. Yeah nothing to not make. So how many of you. Yeah I've made it. The eighty percent eighty percent fail the resolution was on the percentage like eighty percent. or how are you in the eight percents and are still positive. Downers two percent made it. Sounds like milk two percent percent the milk water milk anymore almost water for not fobel issue with like almond milk. was he the one soya milk rice milk milk like there. I didn't realize I didn't realize that there was like if you put it as left as like if you put as one word. It's okay if you put a saprolite like it's not milk and the whole dairy industry. Had this whole like hubbub about it. Yeah I realize I forgot not to look at the store to be like. Oh yes all under milk written as one word. I'm pretty sure it is. I mean it has to be then otherwise they would have like a problem. Yeah because not milk doc put so. Many people are stopping to drink burien more moving towards these alternatives Almond Milk Not Almond Milk Almond milk although those very interesting when I learned that I was like. Oh that's really interesting. I heard them for but yet again. You're always late to the game. Someone else told me so. You wouldn't have no no no no. He was how he started talking about. No you start at two percent milk. Oh because you said to two percent and I was like oh like two percent milk one hundred percent you say you're you're asking so happy. I actually remembered off off. We both look up. I was following your case because we had this one right. Yeah okay only. which was the one that I couldn't find Bang Bang? Thank you got no one. No there was one movie that I could not find horrific Russians like anywhere. It was one of the ones we loved. It might have been. We ought to the second time. That was the one guy the second booking. Yeah I found banging on German so still need it for my collected. Yeah I have his movies. Yeah I know and then I can watch them whenever and German. I don't well we already give away. Yeah true I'm pretty sure I'll incorrectly order another one and you can't return honor because they won't let Ya ghosted me. Yeah like how do we finally sold one German. They're probably like oh shoes. Nice like you know what I said that it reminded me of the Really Old Mickey Movie. Now we had with a giant. That's all I wanNA. Why as it goes day reminded me of that because he said it in that? Say Yeah Okay I remember that Jacobina stock type thing or the giant. Yeah the one I remember is the Winnie the Pooh one. We hope I wrapped I myself. Tie it up. Yeah Yeah Oh bother. So let's start this episode with my reminiscing. Yeah Yeah Was it all right. We started off right you for once. Knew what we're going to do on this podcast without me. I never know what we're GONNA do always always come into the episodes with no idea what late I tend to pick the topics and surprise you. Because I like your tangents. Oh thanks I don't like if you already knew ahead of time then you already say all the good content off the air on you can't repeat suck at remembering remember exactly the way so I gotta common insult were saying no because it's good to get in the moment because when you try to repeat it doesn't have the same effect. Yeah well you said you suck at it and I was like okay so I can't be an actor I guess. Yeah Yeah I tried but I have to get like a genuine response from you so I can't tell you the what I'm going to ask you say on this. Yes genuine response from you. Which is what let? That's usually what I what INC comprehensive do not compete. So the first thing I what was I going to say. I don't even know how it was going. I don't know you don't tell me until I like had this whole like how is GonNa say this now. I don't know Amanda so now it's going to sound like I just randomly switch topics related random topics in three to one so I have crave across his article where it was about a commutes the like mute. Eight yeah the number. Yeah not you ate it commutes. You're glad you don't have to do okay since we as mine one of them. These are like outrageous like you probably won't have to participate in these candidate to go to these countries always different countries. Yeah okay tell me so. I'm going to describe Abe the commute and then you can get so a country. It is okay so I didn't Indonesia like pool all eight. I just picked a couple from the list because he won't be like so long to go through. Oh and some of them warned background. Okay I just wanted to craziest. So this first one is is call they said the mid level escalator and people take this daily so it connects From central of this area to mid Elvis. It's like a city. Yeah and it isn't GonNa ask a later yet. His point five miles long and is the longest covered escalator in the world. So I like has a room. ooh and its lead. Not Wong is an escalade twenty minutes to complete this journey from one end to the other and but if you walked like like on escalate you could get there faster. Yeah 'cause moving. Yeah and yet you're and they're like it's a twenty minute journey and if you look something at home go block because I read the background. People can't drive. You can only take escalator. You can drive but like people take this as a way to commute interesting. I want I want to try this just to try. Hi It seems cool. Yeah we'll go this place. Okay is in Europe no Asia. Yeah China okay. Well then I don't WanNA WANNA try. They're probably guess city. I don't know cities in China Beijing. No phone call one of the city should do you think of anything China. Yeah there's GonNa be way too many people in our mind. I take that back. I don't want to. That's why they have an escalator. Ask You because allies thinking about waiting where I could insert it. We've been talking about a lot lately. Our show that we washed alive. Ask leaders emails. Why do we say together? Okay Weirdo. Well that's really cool. That made an escalator. So you don't have to actually like walks coverage so if it rains like uphill it was Kinda like and then coming back down as like downhill. No I wasn't like straight up. It was Kinda like more horizontal. Like escalators like those ramps in airports. But it wasn't flat like had stairs stairs and like the picture will look like the interesting but I mean never mind. I don't Wanna I'm not going there for that right for the next one. Okay but like wow. It's not super like the escalator. It's still like different. So there's this fifty fifty lane motorway one way fifty lanes fifty late. How do you root for fifty cents like cars or like? Yeah where one time. There was a sixty two mile long traffic jam that lasted twelve days. Twelve days starved to death. Like did they had to like you know. Flying Food for people like you know how to end into the air rescue used to fly and sixty two miles. My God con. This is the kind where you can only on this road of your full tank of gas. Yeah but it's like fifty lane road. How was a whole population of the country on this road? It was thank you might be like. Oh okay this China. I mean the they're only like the. US is only second. So I mean where else would it be Tang fifty lanes. How do you have rumor that lets the other way one? I don't WanNa get into Hong Kong. But nobody wants to leave. Never saw this is Hong Kong or no. Where else would it be China now? I know where this is really one told me where was whereas this one article that Hong Kong and this one's on China that is Roese. How do you even have enough room for fifty lanes? One of their populations like ridiculous so one way or the other way so the next one will. You're answering your own question. There's monorail in blank blank. I'm not going to say the name yet. Because in Beijing figure it out It's one Beijing so the other big city it caused by a new checkpoint caused So it's caused by new checkpoint that caused fifty lanes emerging to twenty lanes less than half. How in the world do you expect? Each lane has go like three lanes into one and took twelve days. Goodness Gracious Zone. Next one is a monorail and one of the most famous in the world and instead of being attached to a track is suspended in mid air. What a train a monorail so like it attached to cable bill is not I guess they like rides the cables across as opposed to writing track or less scary? What if it just falls right off off famous in the world guess what countries is in Asia? You're out it's the way you say thing in the world and just one of the most famous in the world. Switzerland Miklos on Germany. Yes oh I also ran in guests the city name. But it's a nice city asks the C. H. Zhou Yu w. e. are going to be be eight N.. We'll have a bond. Yeah Yeah I don't know nothing like that. I don't know how they pronounce their vows. You know certain. Yeah have Google saying for nobody. Founding Arkley gotTA share with you wait I know I gotta I gotTa Google say and I was about to but okay sure sh which I smell it swell bon. Chemin web them on how to pronounce Schreibman German. Okay Ready MHM Shuaibu von Thousand by Hans. Let's see how this other person pronounce it. I mean we're close Audubon and like I'll lay the you know sweeper mom Shweibi Bonn so it wasn't as bad as thought it would view actually is kind of pronounce. It looks so this next one is a sky wire and I'm not gonNA say the place because they'll probably give you a the bigger hint aware that this is This place is apparently difficult to travel to and from and so they made it a little better by installing the sky. Wire where you can kind of like a suspended thing yet. Uh Scary where this falls asked me the strongest suspension where anything goes is located. Wait there's a different way really is a sky wire and what is attached to this guy wire from the picture a reminder of those things hershey she park where you like sit on like a two seater thing in a light travels except this was like a significantly higher and like significantly lower longer wiretapping. Taping takes you into the city and also in Europe no no South America Brazil continent no Bolivia Livia. Yeah I guess for everything. Sagging uses a random country. No put your second guesses. What's your just getting it on? Looks like random country comes into my mind for the city's low pause difficult to travel to and from it so they made made the smell like in the middle of a forest. I guess I don't know okay. I don't know about different places either. So this last one from this list that I found was called I mean the titles GonNa Kinda give you hint as narrowing it down to countries because of the title of this road. But it's it's called El Camino de la more and obviously means the road of death like you could tell that from the title and it takes a between two two hundred fifty to three hundred lives a year my guy and you don't want to be coming down hill because any coming uphill has a right away so meaning meaning you. If you don't pull over you're likely going to be pushed off the edge of the path and this is like on like there's one is kind of like on a mountain type of thing that doesn't mean. Why are you have two lanes or what is I want to remind you in the road? Where do you pull off to us kind of have to like stop and like knock you going like move over as far as you can? Why understand the opposite right away? 'cause they if they stop they're not going anywhere like they're not gonNa make it a by Oy. The road is such..
"shweibi" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"Reason range said about semblance the best thing we found. Hey where you know everybody i. I'm I'm mouse. I'm GonNa talk over you just a little. Yeah that's right sorry. I'm the big sister with kids down in San Diego and a cute cute husband. Who's sitting right here? Hi I am weaned. Weans this is Julian toss what you have wings. Well Nice little cottage Los Angeles Louis. She's an amazing entertainer creator producer. Director writer musician. Wonderful human being ever She's got several different. Yeah what is the name stunks stunks stinkers sounds sounds made us chow shell stinker. I think the kids think it's tinker wonder. Cat does come yeah all right. So we are here in Idaho. We just recorded a Christmas episode anniversary. Now we're talking about New Year's New Year's resolution Asian. We're only days away from New Year's and we got to thinking and talking what makes a new year's resolution what do you have to do for news resolution. What are your? It's New Year's resolutions. Or if it's a bunch of hooey. Yeah or if it means nothing. So it's variety roped in Dr David. Kahn not a doctor. Doctor What are you. What's a J. D.? Or we always make fun of these other than office by calling each other doctors juris Doctor Dr. That's it's a joke. Yeah we're not doctor. You don't pass the bar in a here. That's kind of hard type. Dr Velappan little. If honey relevance to New Year's resolutions nothing to sneeze. No no passed the bar. I haven't we have fun together. Yeah doctors I my sweet husband is a intellectual property. LAWYER IS GONNA say internal no he internal medicine in internal doctor of me. Just kidding. Oh this wine folks sorry How Brown cow? But you are a smart kid. Manza elected throw the that lucky in Kentucky. His smart kind of they always say well. I just got lucky. That means you've achieved. Yeah what's nobody says. Most people will say. Yeah it's fucking hard. I want a lot more in life but the ones I was lucky. No you worked hard. What your quick path with tell you could setup? We've had people come in new lawyers or law school people and they ask how we did what we did and I would not recommend the way we way did what happened. We were in biotech we. We talked face science a lot. A new I liked science went on in science and realize you say didn't really WanNa keep doing science my whole life but it was still interesting so I heard about patent law and went to law school in science or dealing with a lot of what was your degree in organic chemistry biology and biochemistry okay. That's already yup. UC Riverside. Yeah when you're in this. The bio science companies are dealing with a lot of new patents. People are patenting things all the time right. So is that part of Europe. We never even. I never even dealt with talk until I was on my way to Grad School J. Rey. It was a patent agent and I thought it was so such a cool way to attack a problem instead. So so you're still in science but you're on would've gone postulated a different area of law. No I never would have gone to another law. Say something really quick. uh-huh 'cause so he and I were sort of on a similar track where we did UNDERGRAD biology and then I think we both thought we go get our. PhD's but we're both with also dabbling with. Should we be Doctors Shweibi dentist. Should we be this that and then I kind of veered off into graphic design in the science field. That you were going to do pre-med and I was going to do. pre-med didn't do all them cats and then I passed out and had to work in the. ICU Dave Yeah. Met a patent agent at the biotech company. We worked with kind of learned about that field and I was like Oh interesting. Science plus patents and intellectual property. That's interesting 'cause then went to law school really cool solution. And that's his name is easy because you don't at that point you don't WanNa go take a hard tangent and then you feel like everything you've done leading up to that point is wasted. That's why it was nice. When draw was doing graphic design it was still not space scientists? Love coming to you do because they didn't have to talk to a normal graphic design person going. Okay I've got to explain this whole presentation to worked. Sorry that'd be so mad at everyone because they couldn't communicate with her. Yeah yeah so anyway to scripts research to a boutique law all firm and then figured out how to do it on our own. Then pull the rug out from under them and took all the clients firm the whole story behind and I can tell you I can tell you the backstory but we don't need to go into that is you had a dream you saw. The ship was sunk a little bit. Yeah and you decided you what I can do is get better easy. It is better. I could do it well I can make money out of this is the thing I'm GonNa do it even with a scary Mansa scary prospect. I can't imagine looking back. That was in two thousand nine ten years ago. Yeah they just had their ten year. We had two two kids. Two little kids take a look back on. Why was I what did I think that it was not good of any issue to do that? Because you never really know you laid it out of you. You have the confidence. So can we segue into resolutions. How would you tell someone who like? Take this dream and make it happen. What were the steps? You took like. We're GONNA talk about this later for regular people like us. What did you do see? Did the background research. You have to jump in with both feet. I think people make mistakes from just from my own experience. People make mistakes when they try to keep one foot in a safe area and another foot in the risky area the leap of faith area. And it's not really a leap of faith. If you don't go in with both feet and I think looking back that's I jumped with both feet now because it was fun because I thought I had no other choice. And that's what I needed to do to make it happen. Say can't you don't think in your opinion. People can't can't be successful if they keep one job until they have the other one up and running and then they jump in. I think the chances are 'cause you can't push everything into I think that just a in my in my space just from what I've seen. It's really hard to to to to be to be safe and be conservative in at the same time time. Want everything that you you really desire. And that's chair. I consider it may not be different energy that you're putting into into the thing if you don't have to your kind of your to have your bills paid with the other job right. You're not gonNA try as hard. You're not GONNA be hungry. You'RE NOT GONNA lose me. Calls put as much effort. It actually now thinking back the reason I wanted to do it because little kids not make it. Were the got to manage the firm that we all left. I didn't pull the Friday night. He sent a letter to all the clients. And that's what set me off. Because he knew that you were about to do it. So he tried to re steal all his clients and then I even though you you're so additive clients. I can't still anyone nor could he the it's all up to the Komo News. Here's the other thing I know about this story because I know so much about your guys lives he kinda was lazy and slept them off to you in your guys to be dealing with so you already had developed this report where they came to you interested you and other David was smoking cigars man. I don't know what Johnson but I think we have got an immediate value out of seeing that and we all learn to to never do that. You know when you're done then when you're done with the the practice of law you should just retire you can't you can't expect to profit purely off the back the others and not expect something like that to not have. That's interesting. Listen okay now to resolutions. Yeah because okay one thing that I will also say knowing you both so well You happen to be a very driven person. For example we were just talking about going to orange theory and I said Oh oh this is great because when you go to orange theory you theory as a Jim the You have to pay a personal trainer kind of person. Hey for your spot. And if you don't show up you get fined and keeps you very very accountable. Go so and I talked to. You David Your need that ourselves starter with working out now. Do you need other people to pip. You up no say. I don't need that type of motivation. You've always been kind of Lone Wolf over over team. No thank you. Young Frankenstein can Stein faces going on over here. Well Okay but how come. It's so easy for you is a personality type that in your head you can just go. Click okay. I'm going to start working out Monday. Wednesday Friday now boom done or what would you. How would you tell someone how to do this? Working out to where example. Because why because because I've I've always I've always done it. Let me think lead paint. So you didn't need to do any self help. Books personal growth books to start your own company commanded take a faith no no God. No no you're not gonNA find the answers in their way because because those those are written I think for a swath of humanity that is thinks that they need to find answers in those books and I don't I don't I believe the answers are where I think you have to figure out the answers yourself. I mean books may help may get you like closer but I think people learn the best by learning the hard way in doing it but for the billion dollar industry of self help a lot of people are going to these books. Six and I have to over the years. I must say my dad did all right now. I'm not as much this anymore because I found all the answers. Guess guess what. Wow here it is what what is. The answers are within their within sees smart art. We didn't have to read the book to begin with now. I wasted a lot of time. Did you read the book to get to. The ants. Probably needed to the two now. I probably knew it but also there maybe a tinge of laziness to taking the action. But wait doesn't really know what you want to accomplish by reading the self help books like for example. It's if you want to start art next Google you're not gonNA get there by reading self help books. At least I don't think versus trying to overcome.
"shweibi" Discussed on ExtraTime
"In his foot. Put it's great that everyone can give absolutely ridiculous finding finding. I don't care anymore to my bank account. Everybody up here and every single day goes into the office into the laboratory. Try to cook some great stuff. You guys swine. He's here from new york new york. You are listening to extra-time driven by continental a._t._m. Lists studios in midtown manhattan then i am andrew we be with my solitary partner and soccer kaelin car. I just need you man just the two of us. What is there a mutiny what happened. I don't no no. I don't know the transfer window digits clue. I was gonna aby unders producer andre made something happened behind the scenes that i don't know about everybody is holding out. Maybe that to <hes>. Is there. A group aaron lungs here long. He's professionally. He's playing doing his thing. It was a bigger oil. I was gonna say toiler worship still on principle show with alec around yeah for sure. We've got a big show for you. Despite the fact that it is just the two of us don't do that okay. I'll stop u._s. Open cup some incredible games some top-level pettiness just so much pettiness joseph martinez <hes> adrian when he's calling a soccer dot com. I don't know what he has. Oh sorry no. M._l._s. dot com so i don't know what he has with realtors but we'll dig into that in just a little bit because he couldn't have been talking about. The league's cup was strange. We had alex morgan with the popcorn. Gif had the cat going across the pitch open. Cup is just petty is just joseph martinez on his couch. Just enjoying life living yeah decide to throw that in nature and heath. He's not letting this one go okay now. Let's go. We're going to talk about that. We're going to talk to lamar of the athletic about wayne rooney because he's taken his leave in a little while while at the end of two thousand nineteen but he's going to darby county his time with d._c. United has an expiration date and is the end of this season. They also made a ton of moves in the window. We'll talk to pablo about and then we have former impact technical director atom bras onto walk us through everything that happened on m._l._s. deadline day and what we should know in think think about all the little intricacies did the galaxy game the system what will brand rodriguez be for l. a._f._c. Who are the big winners. Adam bras will help us out with down play on career before i let you you know wax poetic about that in just a second also talk unless we twenty-three the games to watch. Maybe hit the mailbag. If we get there i am heartbroken broken. We will not get my nine beautiful minutes with damarcus. Beasley run dmc bees that we recorded yesterday and but that will be coming very very soon in the show. Let's get right to who it u._s. Open cup. This is what i need pettiness. I liked the final. I just don't like it. It's going to be in atlanta atlanta. Minnesota united august twenty seven at mercedes these bins on e._s._p._n. Networks the time all that stuff. We'll get the as soon as we know. Atlanta knocked off orlando. They've never lost orlando to nothing in orlando. This was the big opportunity for the lions to make some noise to maybe salvage their season. If they don't make the playoffs they did not do that and then with joseph martinez is sitting at home in his beautiful backyard patio watching captioning videos that says great wind babies joseph martinez drops the quote talk i mean and then he takes the bite of the d'oeuvres. This is outside. It's outside. This is larger than my apartment. I was gonna say his his outside of his crib this way nicer than apartment yes so it certainly doesn't measure the only way i know this is outside is. There's a hammock then again unless he could have the hammock inside. I don't know courtesy not to film the video in the hammock correct good point that would've petty he definitely should done this is the audio visual representation of pettiness and it's wonderful joseph martinez got booed at the all star game in orlando cold out orlando fans during the skills challenge elliot loves that susanna collins interviewed him and he was like she was like hey. What do you think i can <hes>. Do you think you could score here and he's like sort of course or orlando. They just have to say those words. I'm sorry it's just yeah it's. It's really enjoyable for neutrals congratulations to atlanta. We'll see what happens to just martinez says that what is hamstring injury whatever's keeping him out. They'd better hope that doesn't last too long. Orlando had their chances to do that. They had a bunch of opportunities. I felt like this game was is there for them. If they were able to get on the board early of course the offside call <hes> that was clearly offside and then some good looks later sasha. Tom had some really good looks. The guys you want in those positions unlucky then even at the end they had a chance maybe to try and claw their way bill. That really is the story of this. I mean are we still like giving it. The air quotes rivalry probably because orlando haven't won a game. The pettiness is there. The animosity is there. The results just aren't quite there yet. I think it's a rivalry i just i pray for the day orlando win. It and i'm not getting emails in the middle of extra time i had to through that sound from joseph though but minnesota there you got your let's call it <hes>. I guess it's not really a cinderella story anymore. It would have been the last two years but for their open cup history it kind of is they lost the kansas city so many times just couldn't quite get <unk> over the hump. Always the underdog will now the final. They're going on the road mason toy. He's tearing it up this year unlimited minutes. I believe six goals in four hundred read some minutes three assists. He's twenty. He's an american. He looked kyrie unreas- scoring the game winner against the portland timbers alliens field and charlie davies throughout got this broadcast who knows a thing or two about strikers for the u._s. National team was calling out gregg berhalter and jason kreis coach twenty three same guys you watching. Are you seeing this this player. He has something we should get a better look at him. I don't know as much about scoring goals. As charlie davies does what i do know a little bit about kicking through the open cup and using that as a springboard board in my rookie season i led the open cup and goals and went all the way to the final similarly. I didn't start the finals start missing because i wonder if they'll burns. We won the championship. Every chip got a ring shut out chicago fire. You're listening adrian. It really has been his opportunity to really build some minutes. Get ninety minutes under his belt and meaningful matches and really use that that does a springboard to the league system and i've been thinking this for a while personally about him with the national team but i've been trying to kind of hold back overstrain myself normal. You're the guy you saw the hype train. Just you see a couple of good performances and you see these flashes from him. Especially his movement around the boxes soft feet his composure the way he's been able to finish some of these goals and then you look at his age he's twenty years old six three then you look at the depth in the united states pool right now especially at the number nine in position and we keep yearning who is the next person you saw the outrage and and really upset from the u._s. Soccer fan base about not having josh sergeant in the player pool for the gold cup this summer but when you look at it you gotta give this kid a look especially in the january camp that that would be a perfect time to see him an action because when i'm looking at the pool i'm seeing some really nice pieces as far as skill set that he has soft feet good understanding he can stretch the field behind. He has a good understanding of movement being able to pass the ball as well. I thought he looked really good. I'll along with jeremy bovi nice powell one touch pass. This was delicious and i i love that this game on wednesday night is dave clawson the sideline charlie up in the booth with max brito. That's a great combination. The open cup you know they're all going to bring the passion for it and then you have to young american strikers with big-time moment so i've been trying to hold back on the toy train but i'm all in right now. I really think he can be something special. I like it too. He also buried read borrowed. Excuse me cheri honorees hips on this one the swivel yet the limber. Now's your going to see what the goal celebration a little bit too. That was a little more charlie dave charlie. I liked that so. Let's just talk about adrian. He's words afterwards. He celebrated the win. They're going to the final. I'll ride that's all great but man he reads the power rankings apparently and he said m._l._s. dot com again unless soccer dot com just we're just looking for accuracy here and the comparisons that have been made to atlanta by the website that we work for and it's natural because they both came in the league at the same time he says quote the flags will be at half mast and that building because because minnesota made the final. I don't know that we have flags. I've never seen flags just my i give you my take on later. I think this is performance. Art at it's best just just kissed the finger. I mean it is raising should tell the shift that accent heath heath can continually at mention us just without actually saying it right perfect probably intentional i would it's great. It's like i don't even know your name. This shweibi guy house caleb. How's he do. It's it's genius. It's so good and i also think there's part of it too where this is taking on the personality of defining what the team is is not just about we. I'm sorry i probably about doyle and worship okay well but i like the chip on the shoulder thing. It's a little bit of the character of this team. When you're going into a final in atlanta probably seventy thousand people you need a little bit of a clear defined signed personality and i've been in these situations where you go and you play against the galaxy or on the road and you're just like everybody. I know what that feels like to say. Oh the league or everybody wants for sure his team to win. Cup it definitely talking about me in that sense. I think dom duarte excuse me had ed. Let me like these thoughts for well. It was mostly towards simon book at the time really well. Actually i was borg's like emissary represent represent representative in houston when adrian says hey if you need the address to minnesota or minneapolis cities i can help you out and i felt that way where it's like. Where's everybody from melissa. Come to houston. I only see you when we play kansas city conference final in the first round but now i'm on the other side and i'm i'm a part of the problem for sure and so adrien by the way he joined our show from the place of work for us during the part of the problem too yeah. He definitely knows the actual actual h._t._t._p. I mean obviously if he's he's visiting it. He probably knows it but look congratulations adrian in minnesota united they are in their third. You're doing what they said they wanted to do in their third year in the league in the tournament format and i think this actually could be something that could push them on you see how they are in tournament play if they get to m._l._s. cup playoff which they're in prime position for now and probably getting some home games. Even this is a team that i think can make their own. You see when you see minolta much can <hes> you were knocked over the mike. You seem known as c. i._q. See ozzy you see the spine of this team going forward. You add toy in there and you see are revitalizing tarot. That's a team team. That can really hurt teams right now. Control kinda looks a little bit like board and that's maybe a good thing for minnesota because if they can as you said re-engage him all of a sudden they're ceiling jumps up really really high <hes> some other action domestically canadian championship looks like it's going to be a canadian classic in the final. We've seen that before toronto and montreal the cavalry cavalry of the c._p._o. Have a chance against the impact. They lost two one nacho piazzi two goals two goals. That's awesome love to see him back. Bojan nacho you make that stretch run a lot of teams ramp it up and try to against ottawa. The second legs are next week to decide the final there. Let's just talk about the biggest news. Maybe probably yeah i think probably of the week in deadline day before we get data umbrellas wayne rooney he.
"shweibi" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"He had come to think of it as a Mark of honour. Now, we don't know a whole lot about Seattle's early years because he doesn't really appear in the historical record until he's an adult right there. There are a few official and tribal records from various points in his life. A lot of the earliest part, you have really a lot of different sources that contradict each other. Even when you look at tribal sources some of them contradict each other by his own account. He was born on Blake island in central Puget Sound and his mother was named Scholley. She was Duwamish woman from green river and his father was Shweibi from the Sukarman village and agate pass. So he had a a mother who was decommissioned a father who was sa- kwamash. And so his his blood lines of United. Those two tribes when he was born it was a time when huge amounts of illness were spreading through the native American population about thirty percent of the population in that area died within eighty years after first contact with the white settlers because of introduced diseases and by Seattle's own account. He witnessed the first contact between the Pacific northwest and settlers when George Vancouver reached Bainbridge island in seventeen ninety two in the HMS discovery. Yes. Seattle had two important events that led to his becoming chief. The first was that he went on a vision quest for spirit power as a youth and he received Thunderbird power thunder and lightning how to really strong spiritual significance and thunder power was said to give a person power as a warrior and a speaker. There are accounts of Seattle saying that he had a great, boom booming voice. And that if he yelled at you the ground would physically tremble, and when he gave speeches he could be heard like half a mile away. There was a lot tied to him. That's idea of voice, and speech, and very powerful speech. And the second other thing that is an important part of the the story of him becoming chief is that while defending a settlement from raiders traveling down the white river. He had warriors chop down. Trees. Just downriver of a particularly dangerous bend in the incoming readers canoes crashed and they couldn't get through. So their water. Their writers were spill. Into the water, and it's fairly easy to defend yourself against people who are floundering in the water. This is coming at you rapidly on boats. Right. The incoming raiders were handily dispatched when they came around this like treacherous curve and crashed into a tree just pretty ingenious right word spread of that. He was named to be an important sheaf, and he became known in his leadership as an intelligent and formidable leader, there are several sources that say that he owned slaves who he either freed after signing treaties with the settlers or after the emancipation proclamation their sources kind of contradict each other on when he's freed the slaves that belong to him, but owning slaves as a pretty common practice in many tribes often people from the opposing tribe would kind of be spoils of war and would become the slaves of the conquering tribe, which is pretty common throughout all history and yet cultures. Yeah. I think I think some people have the mistaken idea at. Bennett idea. There's only one culture that in enslaved other people, and there are many cultures that have been sleeved other people but onto his wife's so his first wife Lilia he was really quite deeply in love with. And she died shortly after giving birth to their first child KiKi so blue who was also known to the settlers Princess Angeline. Yes, she's a notable historical figure in that area at area as well. Seattle was really grief stricken when his wife died, and he only talked about her openly much much later in his later years. He got married again to I I'm going to have trouble with this pronunciation Yoel and they had two daughters and three sons together. No, an interesting part of his story is that he was actually baptized into the Catholic church. I think sometimes it's easy to forget that there really was some blending of culture going on right? And after the death of one of his sons was when he was baptized, and he took the name Noah Seattle at that time and his children were raised in the Catholic faith, an after Seattle's conversion he focused less on defending an occupying his territory in more on building peaceful relations within the tribe and with the settlers that were coming in. Right. The American settlers had gotten to the hugest sound area around eighteen forty six and Seattle established himself from the very start as a welcoming and peaceful presence he tended to make friends with settlers he instructed the people in his tribes to try to help people. They established fisheries in conjunction with the settlers, and particular. He was very close friends with a man named Dr David s Maynard who was known as doc, doc, Maynard was the first doctor and merchant and Seattle, and he was the prominent person he owned most of the land that is pioneer square in Seattle today. And the settlement that actually became known as Seattle was established in eighteen fifty two which is just six short years after the American settlers landed in the Puget Sound area. So in March eighteen fifty three Washington with separated out from the Oregon territory in in October governor Isaac Stevens. He was thirty five at the time arrived in Olympia the capital of Washington. In addition to being governor of the territory, he was also the Commissioner of Indian affairs. Yes. And one of his jobs as the governor. And as the Commissioner for NF Ayers was to secure land for the transcontinental railroad, and that was going to require the local tribes to see their land to him. So it's in this context that Seattle has met Stevens for the first time and Steven wants to secure the land that chief Seattle reportedly gave a speech allegedly this was delivered to Stevens. Or in the presence of him on the steps of doc Maynard's office after he was introduce. Stevens and heard that Stevens wanted to to get the local land from the native population. According to what has been reported this happened on Stevens first visit into the town. But that's a little hard to concretely verify. Because we only have a few situations in that the history of area when we know that Seattle and Stevens were in the same place at the same time. So there's been a lot of speculation about when exactly the speech may have taken place in it in many of the accounts were it happened very almost immediately after they met. It's a little bit tricky to get your head around the idea of this great speech being made pretty quickly after like, a handshake a quick discussion. Right there there. Yeah. We'll talk about that. We talk about the text of the speech a little bit. This is a speech that some people may have read in school. What they read in school may not have been remotely accurate. And here's why. The first speech was purportedly recorded by a doctor Henry Smith as notes as the address was was delivered. He then reconstructed that speech from his notes and published it in the Seattle Sunday Star in eighteen eighty seven. So it was thirty two or thirty three years after it was reportedly delivered occasionally people say that this speech was made at the signing of the point Elliott treaty. We know for sure this is not the case because it Smith says pretty specifically this happened in Seattle on the steps of doc Maynard's office that is not where the point Elliott treaty was on. And Smith was also not present at point Elliott's and would have not been able to make notes. These second version is basically an edited rewritten version of Smith's that was published in the Seattle Sunday Star which was done by a poet named William Aerosmith. This is the same content, but the grammar instructor different. So it sort of like updating the Victorian English record to be a little bit more modernized in its tone, invoice. And then the third and most famous interational of the speech attributed to chief Seattle is reported to be a letter that she oh Seattle wrote to the president which would have been either poker Pierce, depending on who you're looking at in terms of who cites this speech, but it was actually written not at all by Seattle. It was written so much later nineteen seventies. By a guy named head berry for an environmental film called home, which was written for these other Baptist convention. It's this is where it just this is a lot of people really dwell on the speech, whether it was often. Nick at it. Pretty clearly not. But this speech has been quoted in numerous anthologies, it was made into a children's book called brother eagle sister sky. Joseph Cambell talked about it in the power of myth. It's like made it onto bumper stickers and t shirts all over the place. It took on a life of its own. It really did. And it sort of starts with this. This thing that was published in the Seattle Sunday Star starts with some similarities to that. And then it veers off in a very environmental direction with berry bumper sticker quotable quotes in it. We know for sure that this was not a letter to the president. In addition to the fact that James k Polk was dead in eighteen fifty four. There's not any record of any such letter going from Seattle to the president. And a letter from a native American chief to the president would have made several bureaucratic stops on the way. And there's no record of it in any of those places. There's also no record of chief Seattle asking anyone to write a letter for him since he was. Literate he would have needed to do that. And then the cherry on top ten Perry wrote it and he says he wrote he says he wrote it authorship of it. Right.
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"shweibi" Discussed on The Young Turks
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"shweibi" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
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"shweibi" Discussed on Dorm Room Tycoon (DRT)
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"shweibi" Discussed on Back To Work
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