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There Is a Dearth of Courage in America Unlike Ever Before
"All of you are can play a part and will play a part in what is missing most in this country and so obviously were missing lots of things right now in our country or missing president. You know we're missing integrity truth but the thing that is missing all of you are playing a role in fixing every single day is courage. Courage is lacking in our country. Unlike any other time that i personally have seen an honestly in the last sixty years and the reason why courage is lacking is because so many people are afraid to do. What they know is the right thing. Because they're afraid of the downside georgia's patton who is one of the greatest men ever to live said. Moral courage is the most necessary yet. Absent characteristic and men now every single person here. Tonight is here on a friday night where you could be doing something else because you understand that. The country's falling apart quickly you're losing the nation at you once understood that you want to be part of and you want to do something about it but all of you here as a young conservative. You understand that this comes at a price and you're willing to do the right thing regardless of what that price might be. How many of you raise your hands for the adults to see. We'll be graded differently because you are a conservative in class. Yeah every single hand goes up and so what. You're willing to pay that price. You're willing to do the right thing. So here's what i do. I want to encourage all of you to start the speech that every single time. You're on these campuses. And you're starting a new chapter or your tabling or recruiting or doing voter registration. You're playing a role in doing the most important thing that we need to do. In our nation
Haitian Government Asks Biden Administration to Pause Mass Deportations
"The haitian government is asking the biden administration to pause mass deportations of migrants back to haiti amid a surge of haitian migrants crossing the rio grande river river. Nbc news correspondent. Morgan chaska got exclusive access to the southern texas encampment. These migrants are now calling home. These are the men women and children calling the shade of texas border bridge. Whole the group. Mostly from haiti. Now number nearly fifteen thousand strong. They've come here with little hoping to claim asylum and turn launching a massive mission for state and federal agencies secure. The border provide and process every single person over the last few days we moved approximately thirty three hundred individuals. We expect that number to increase in the days ahead. Our crew granted exclusive access to visit with those whose futures remain uncertain. This woman named yvo telling us she's been here more than a week and his barely eaten for many. They're only nourishment the food and water handouts. That can't come fast enough now has been only a matter of days since this group's swelled in size underneath the bridge but as we push this direction you can see that there is already a small city that has formed here in the shadow out this rich plants from the riverbank being used in some cases as temporary roofs as children playing the shade. Everyone trying to do whatever they can to stay cool. Massive accusations along the border began this morning. Some planes flying migrants from san antonio direct to port-au-prince haiti others are being bused to other processing locations. Such as paso laredo. Those flown home today returned to a country still reeling from a devastating earthquake. Deportation flights only expected to arrive in the coming
Former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell: Conservatives Have Already Won in California
"Key phrase is widespread election fraud. How many what was it. A few thousand in arizona than biden won a few thousand a few thousand there. He doesn't take a lot. It doesn't when you've got millions and millions of ballots going through the mail because of co vid. It doesn't take a lot common sense. Americans know this but the left attempts to wear us down axiom with it's ridiculous assertion there is to be clear. There's no evidence of widespread election fraud in california. How would you possibly know that now. On election they publish that before election day. Here was rick grenell last night on fox news. A cut number ten. He's a californian urging republicans to get out and vote and shane in many ways. We've already one look one thing. That's clear is that gavin. Newsom is scared. He's got joe biden here today in long beach campaigning. They are paying people with stimulus. Checks he is calling this the republican recall. He's doing everything he can because they are scared. I think no matter what happens over the next couple of days sean. We've already one we conservatives week we republicans in california. We've already one. We are putting to the vote of the people whether or not the governor is qualified and there is a healthy debate and we know that we have really terrible. Voter rolls here in california. It's gonna take us a couple of elections if we don't do an immediate turn around here with the recall i'm encouraged. I think we're already winning. I hope that every single person who's got a ballot in the mail will fill it out and vote to recall revenue
Accessing Your Akashic Records & Your Line Within With Ashley Woods
"We have this line. That's running through our bodies it connects up to the universe runs down through our bodies the central on of our bodies and 'attaches or connected to the earth beneath our feet and we're receiving messages from this line. Twenty four seven all the time every single second of every single day because it detaches up to the highest realm where are accustomed records are which if anyone does know is a metaphysical library of your entire soul's existence everything that's happened to you with you. Anything you have felt anything is in the records and this line is attached to that realm and so from the moment we take our first breath receiving information and you can call it downloads. Ping's guidance in her thought inner knowing gut feeling. You can call it anything you want. It's all language at the end of the day. But we're receiving that twenty four seven and so the way that we teach this now. In the way that i teach records is there are two ways to access them and one is the alike. The ritual dial up internet word of the prayer and like the whole like the older way of doing it which absolutely works. Not how you do it for somebody else but if you want to tune in for yourself that line gives you everything that you need. You don't need the prayer. You don't need the whole The rich won't you just need that intention. We teach a line activation which is simple easy breath work and movement that activates opens that line. Which is the files of all these messages that you can begin receiving them and receive this guidance from your higher self his highest realm. That really is just rooting. You on and so. That's how we teach the records now which is very different than other accustomed record readers and people who talk about them and teach them reteach them in two different ways one. That's like five g. high pace easy to access. Everyone can do it and the other is the older way which is really wonderful beautiful. They're equally powerful one way you can use them to read further people and to explore the history of other people and support them in that way but if you want for yourself you have it in you every single person. This has it
New Zealand Company to Trial a Four-Day Week
"Right now. A lot of employers are having a hard time finding staff. I'm seeing signs and ads. Promise bonuses for new employees all kinds of perks. Some economists argue that better working conditions could change the game higher wages good benefit packages and how about a shorter workweek for the same pay jets. Lehman has this profile of a new zealand company. That's trying that approach. Few months i've been giving whole question of of how we work quantities. Andrew barnes stood before an assembly of his employees and told them that starting in about a month everyone would work only four days a week instead of five and he'd keep paying everyone their full salary they'd keep all their benefits. You forte's week and you will be five q the balloon drop and confetti cannons right. You know the initial response from the company was not rapturous applause. It was shock and followed by nervous laughter. Because what was the catch. The had to be a catch. This was in two thousand eighteen. Before the pandemic ended the meaning of work for millions and andrews company perpetual guardian wasn't some plucky new startup out to disrupt and shake things up the two principal. Units of my business have been around since the eighties so we are very much old school and trust companies. Aw very stayed dull boring. Dependable businesses estate planning basically synonymous with stability continuity. Doing things the way they'd always been done andrews colleagues were skeptical of his plans to say the least girl italy every single person on my board every single member of the leadership team all four. It was not gonna work. And i was mad but andrew very conveniently owned a good chunk of the company.
How to Date Women Around the World
"It's like over in different countries, what they consider attractive different, like, for example, in Spanish speaking countries, the more manly you look, the more attractive they consider you in Korea is that boyish KPop look, that is interested attractive. And now even if they have a term where career booze, for example, they love that look. But it's that look that's different. But the way they show interest, you know, when a girl stares at you for a long time, I think within your recall that your personal space that happens all around the world. And it really depends on the guys at that point. Can they figure that out? Okay, so let's figure it out right now for the guys that are listening. Explain to them, what can they do? How can they be that guy, exactly like the guy that you described that can make friends with every single person that he talks with? Have women want to be with him? How do you become that guy? I would say boils down to 5 characteristics. So for me, it's leadership, unshakable, comfortable under your own skin. I have two more fun and consistency. Those are like the absolute thing, especially leadership and on ability. Because a girl can show interest as much as she wants, but it's not her duty to go and approach true, especially because women in their circle they see what other girls are doing. And so if a girl, the more she goes into your personal space, or she asks you out, it's like, yo, that girl is really putting herself out there. What is she doing? But if a guy was do that first off, other guys can't really tell. If you get to rejected, it's none of those double stages part, but it's really like when she says no that the guy rejected. So when you're able to see and identify when a girl is like showing subtle signs that she likes you. And you're not taking the opportunity to capitalize on that. That means you're not really a leader at that point. It's like leadership takes moment as soon as that happens. Because she's showing signs that she likes you go up and talk to her. Go up and say hello. If she's getting into her personal space, that means she wants you to get closer to her. Hold her hand, or like, when I kiss her yet, but you could test the waters in that direction.
Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Responds to Relieve of Duty for Criticizing Kabul Failures
"Oh, that's been going after him. Lieutenant Colonel Stewart Sheller, Public Enemy number one, Whitman was their hero, by the way, Love. Veneman weren't even allowed to say anything about Veneman, which made me say, you know, talk about him even more. Who's ever the left tells me not to talk about anything. You have to talk about it more. You have talked about it double and triple the amount. That's what they do. They try to silence you. The best way to break through that wall of silence is to flip them the double barrel middle finger and talk about it more. So it's just not right. How the left never seems to have any principles at all. They really object to this Stuart Sheller, calling out our military leadership, political leadership and others for not taking responsibility for the disaster in Afghanistan. Call him out, making public enemy number one. Yet when Veneman called out President Trump in uniform up to Capitol Hill, he was a hero. It's almost like the leftist No principles at all right. Well, he followed that up Stuart Sheller with another video. Where he's not apparently backing down at all. I don't know Stuart Sheller again. I can't Can't vouch for him because I don't know him. I don't. But I know for a fact that he took it on the chin here, and it's not backing down one bit. Check this out. Money can make you a slave to the system. And it can make you compromise what you truly believe in Don't need a single dollar. I just need every single person that's willing to go back outside the wire every single day to wear a blue collar and just go in and work every single day and feed their families. Those are the people that I need. Follow me and we will bring the whole thing system down. I am honorable. You can ask any Marine who served with me for 17 years. I dare you to ask them all and find out what I'm made of. We're just getting started.
Why the Left Refuses to Battle the Real Evil
"You don't fight a real evil. This is one of the insights of my life very early in my life. When you don't fight real evils you make you make believe you make up. Make believe evils and fight them. That's exactly what the left does it doesn't fight. Real evil fights make believe evils like racism in america. And for those of you who do not understand the concept of the generalization. Let me make clear. There is racism in america. That is correct very little and nearly all of it is from the left. There's more anti white racism among blacks than anti black racism among whites by every piece of data that we have the most obvious being the likelihood of your being attacked for being white versus being attacked for being black. But they're not allowed to say truth. But i am. I am allowed and virtually every single person listening to this knows that this is true including the vast majority of my black listeners. Hatred of the white is permitted hatred of the black thank. God is not permitted. It shouldn't be permitted what's happening in our schools. And the people still sending them there in august twenty twenty the faculty and staff of sidwell friends the washington. Dc's areas top private school convenient to hear a special talk hosted by the school's director of equity justice community. The school has a director of equity justice and community. See the purpose of schools. No longer to teach it's to indoctrinate it's to produce communists to produce america haters identical with communist. The speaker was abraham x. Kennedy who was a fraud and intelligent fraud put a fraud.
Hypocrites in Government Are Not Mandating Vaccinations in the White House
"I'm not going to provide that and we're not mandating it. That's your government that is the head of the executive branch spokesperson spokesperson of the head of the executive branch of government. We're not gonna and it but in the military we will dishonorably discharged you if you get thousands of young people across the country as part of turning point. Usa who were largely abandoned by adults in charge have lost their livelihoods and are not able to go to college this semester. They should have just went to go work in the biden white house. You need to get a vaccine passport to go to a restaurant in new york city. You don't need a vaccine passport to go into the white house who in the white house is not vaccinated. You say if we had a real press they would have an entire investigative arm over the weekend we would know every single person who is in who is vaccinated and not vaccinated right now in the white house. People would be leaking and tattling on each other. Jen psaki vaccinated jen psaki. I think as a mother. Maybe she doesn't want to get vaccinated. Does jen psaki knows something about it. If trump was still in the white house there'd be an unvaccinated list it'd be published would-be trending on twitter. How is this not with massive outraged by the vaccine mandates themselves. What is built a blasios opinion of this. He's a big vaccine mandate or does he know the white house isn't mandating it does build a blasios mandate for his staff in the new york. City mayor's office. Meanwhile the former head of the nsa michael hayden says we need to send the unvaccinated back to afghanistan. That's the former head of the nsa. You have rulers that are bragging and saying out loud that they don't live under the same rules as you
Public Health Is the Pathway to Tyranny
"Age of entitlement by christopher caldwell and this book goes through in great detail. About how after the civil rights act that was passed it created a new regime where all of a sudden the federal government and governments had to write to go into private businesses. And tell them what to do now. That's not to say. The civil rights act was a mistake. I'm not saying that. I'm saying that the unintended consequences of the rush to market the monstrosity of the bill. If you actually read the bill there are five components of the civil rights act and some that have very little to do a civil rights. there's title one title to title free title for and title. Six is all about enforcement and this is a really important point which obviously the goal the civil rights act was to try to get rid of racist behavior which is an admirable a moral thing. And i'm very i personally am. I am invested in trying to make public policy to try to eradicate that. But what was the unintended consequence of all of that was trying to insert oneself into the functions of private business. Were all of a sudden now. They can say if you don't vaccinate your employees. Despite the white house staff not getting vaccinated. Then we can shut you down. If you don't wear a mask or cloth of your face we can shut you down and this really all kind of started with the the third founding of the united states as christopher caldwell would call it where you don't have as much rights as you thought you i. I don't understand how this is not a hippo violation. i don't understand especially some people actually have legitimate. Doctors guidance. That wearing a mask is not good for them. That it restricts oxygen flow and that's not for everybody but every single person is medically different and what we have decided to do is wipe away the entire tradition of personalized medicine under the guise of public health. Which has always been a mirage. It's been a false promise. It has been a gateway drug so people say well charlie. This is the delta variant. No it's the tyranny variant. It's the autocrat variant.
Ben Askren on Creativity in Sport and Developing an Elite Competitor's Mindset
"At your academy though. I'm curious in terms of skill teaching like like raw fundamental skills versus improvisation and letting more like flow happen. I guess what's the balance there between those two entities and in terms of like letting people flow and be creative and then kind of saying. Hey you should do this skill. Xyz in these manners was the younger they are the more structure we have as they older. We we kinda just let them totally go on their own. And i may say he like you know. There's probably not a good idea but we do. Let them start having an idea of what they want to do that. I think you pointed out that the digital age and our ability to watch other people listening huge. I remember when i was in college going round on teaching camps all over the country. You know my name top. Five college guy like popularity-wise they probably would not have an idea that was or maybe like three guys in the audience. Forty three guys. I know that guy and now now Magic a who watched this net for this match and know half the hands go up before hands go up. It just like wrestling is now being able to be consumed in that asleep. The sport is is progressing at a very rapid rate because of that kids are getting better much earlier because then gets tremendous to have release it wrestling so skillful. Have kids at young age being watch Performers were that. You're that did happen. When i was a kid or a before me that's happening. I usually influential edge really awesome. Would you say that your academies ut children do is different than other academies in the way how. How does tell me a little bit about that. Based off your own exploration. We're for it in a number of ways. But specifically from the teaching standpoint i would say the younger ones. We do teach right this this this idea of but once you get to that older age high school age rage. A lot of. It's like listen. Here's what i do. I've had a lot success and yours. What i would advise. Here's a couple of options. Go tribe yourself right. Everything's gonna work the same for every single person. Everybody's body moves will different little stronger depositions figure out what works for you
German Philosopher Herbert Marcuse Was the Architect of the New Left
"The author of the new left. Who's behind all of this so really important question now. There isn't a single person. go to karl marx. You can go to hey goal and the haley dialectic and the long march institutions and a german historisches view of our experience in our existence but there is one person that every conservative should become familiar with now. I want to give a hat tip to the great newt. Gingrich newt gingrich did something back in two thousand twelve where he insistently introduced the author and the activist saul alinsky into the mainstream of the conservative movement. When i go to republican lincoln. Reagan dinners when. I go to tea party. Meetings truly don't exist anymore. When i go to any sort of function and i say saul alinsky. I'd say seventy or eighty percent of the room knows who i'm talking about now. Actually i've been going across the country. Speaking at churches you'd be amazed at how few churches know who saul. Alinsky is a man who wrote rules for radicals thirteen. We've covered them extensively on the show and the dedication. That book was to lucifer. Who he said was the first ever rebel trying to tell me. We're not spiritual war. Oh charlie it's just a bunch of matter versus matter notes not to spiritual work. They admit it's a spiritual war now. The man who is the architect of a lot of chaos. You're living through the man who is largely responsible for a lot of the academic backing of is a man by the name of herbert markova using the frankfurt school. He was a communist. That was kicked out of the frankfurt. School in germany found a safe space and the united states of america taught at harvard. Columbia brandeis and eventually settled the university of san diego. He was the architect of what is now known as the new left.
Howard Excited About Coming Back to Los Angeles Lakers
"Returning to the lakers. For this coming season is a huge fan. Favourite from twenty twenty dwight howard. Dwight thanks a lot for coming on. How are you man. I am amazing bad. Thanks for having me on the soda. Day of great back in la happy. Okay do i. What did you miss the most in the one year and nothing against philadelphia. I've been there The great fans there but the weather in philadelphia always may be mad because it was really hot in the summer and really cold in the winter. Is what you missed. The most rabat. L. a. the weather the people. What would you miss the most. Well you know fairly was amazing. I had a good time there Even though it did snow a lot. I actually enjoy the snow. I enjoyed the people there. The city the food Once they let the fans come back The fans were amazing. How to awesome time in philly Nothing but love from philly Coming from phillies nothing beloved. I appreciate every single fan every single person every single player. Every person that i met in philly you know was an amazing experience Just being back in la man. It's just just just the lakers. This just everything you know just being around you know the guys that we won the championship being around the fans and just the sun the beach and being able to go one of my favorite restaurants. Here and tally which is called the window. American beauty for burgers accent. I don't you burgess. But every week i get one burger So that's my ask.
Addison George, From Naperville Central High School, on Mask Mandates
"Central in april. I got the co vaccine. As soon as i was eligible even though i already had kobe last year and i knew i wasn't at high risk of getting it again. I did this. I could be free from all restrictions placed on me over the past year. I did it because all the adults. My life told me it would help those more vulnerable. They told me. I could finally live my life again without masks without quarantines and without remote school. I've done everything the adults have asked me to do. And now you want me to wear a mask again for eight hours every day at school. Who am i really protecting by wearing a piece of cloth. Every single student and teacher in naperville central is eligible for the vaccine. Every single person can make their own decision and about what risks. They're willing to take an. I should be allowed to do the same for myself. You might think it's no big deal. Where mask all day but for me. It is a big deal so this young girl. Who did everything she was told to do. And now they've moved the goalposts they want her as vaccinated young girl to wear masks eight hours day in school and so number one their health consequences for these kinds of policies not just psychological ones and you call it the figures to me from dr maccari. Who's johns hopkins darkens. Yes so. I've used his figures that a stunning the mortality rate for children in america who catch cove. It isn't one percent isn't half a percent. it is zero point. Zero five zero point zero five and these young kids are being told moscow up. Then you've talked about this myocarditis the inflammation of the heart which can be caused by some of the vaccines. You're seeing in children. The average rate normal rate for this inflammation
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"single person" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"It's been really good for how i feel in my body. It's been very difficult in some of my relationships and those moments where you do just like wanna break bread with someone and it's hard to say. Sorry but i don't eat bread. Well you know it was really interesting. I think when. I think back about my food journey. Probably the one of the most pivotal moments is when i was a sophomore in college. I spent the summer between my freshman and sophomore year in italy for five weeks and it was an incredibly. I mean it was an amazing food journey. Any trip to italy and amazing food journey but i realized it really colored the way i've thought about food and the way i ate the expression as americans eat to live. Italians live to eat. I learned to eat slower when i went to italy. I came back eating slower. Us still pretty slow. And i think i just i tried to because it's really easy you know. Even if you're reading somebody like michael pollen to start thinking about food. Is something like food is only in relationship to your physical body. When the truth is food is in powerful relation to your spiritual and psychological health. And the way that you move about the world with other people not just like in community like breaking bed. But i mean it affects our emotions. It affects. it's something we do three times a day or more often in it's like so hugely impactful on how we feel about ourselves and not just how we feel in our body and i think like man italians. The french like they get that they get that so well and i think like having that experience of watching the way in which they they relate to food as part of life instead of just like apart like a part of our physical health was really really powerful to me and i think like like i said like being married to somebody who just loves food just loves it he. My husband is an amazing cook and we have developed out love. And it's so that's such a huge part of our travel and what we teach our kids that it's like it's just such a fun part of life and balancing that with it also affects how you feel like it affects. How your physical body feels. And i'm not sure you know. I think we've gotten better in america at not cordoning off ceylon off our physical health from everything else. We get better. You know. I feel like every day and the way we talk and think about food is so such an integral part of that and then i think about a lot of my life and like i'm i'm still trying to figure out. I think we all are. I think we're all still trying to figure out like how do we. How do we talk about food. How do we think about food in relation to our physical health and the realities that you know some food if it makes you feel bad and how that what that means for like in our communal spaces and with our like our i mean i think food is is important to your soul and i think that's just i think it's one of the most important conversations we can have yeah. My intention is exactly aligned with everything that you've just said i would like to end up in a long term space. That is kind of that. Flexible -tarian approach where. I'm really mostly eating vegan. But i have some space for other options were. I'm mostly gluten free. But i have some space for other options. I wanna give my body's more time kind of reset and and he'll all i think from some of what's not been good for it but i do really want to focused on the fact that i don't think any food is bad Or stroke morally. Wrong and i am not looking to remake my body in any particular way. I just wanna feel as good as i can and eat in a way that that is that is good for me on both the physical and spiritual and communal levels. I mean that's the one that's always hard for me. Because i'm a one describe moral value to things and it is. It's so and we're taught to do that. And but again it's like it's so hard because i think there is food that makes me feel bad. That doesn't mean it is bad but it makes me feel bad and it's just that line is one. I'm always still learning to to think about walk carefully. Part of eating mostly vegan and a household. Where no one else is doing that for me has been to get really clear on the fact that what's on my plate is not a judgment of what's on anybody else's laid and vice versa. I don't care what makes you feel good in your body. I hope you eat it and enjoy it. It's delicious for you. And i would just like that same consideration back in the good news. Is we do it so many times a day. We get a chance to start over to practice all over all all the time. Well thank you all so much for joining us for this discussion. We're so glad you're here. We appreciate your feedback will continue to think about it as we prepare episodes for next.
"single person" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Suggested that we talk about what i am not eating. What can i. What can i tell you. You've changed your dietary approach. When i just thought you've been in like a month now surely you've garnered some inside or to share with our audience. Who are endlessly fascinated with What you're eating while you're not eating well so back. In april i started eating gluten free dairy free after a series of tests and a conversation with dr about what might help with inflammation in my body and so i did that for two months and then in the third month of thinking about what i eat differently i decided to go mostly vegan and i mostly because i feel like what has been very important to me from the beginning here is to remember that i'm choosing this so i try never to say i can't have that i'm choosing not to have at least two myself definitely in front of my girls because i do not want to establish any kind of weirdness about food and diet and body image at home so i've tried to be very flexible so mostly vegan meaning if i'm at a restaurant. Do not interrogate whether the oatmeal was prepared with milk or water. There is a thai restaurant that we love where i get vegetable fried rice even though it has a little bit of egg in it. So i'm not Strict about it. But that's mostly my approach. And i feel like when i made that decision to to cut meat primarily after having been gluten free dairy free. That's when my body really changed and my digestion really changed my sleep and energy changed. I wasn't as hungary anymore. It was all like counterintuitive. All the things that i thought would be difficult about it. We're actually the things that have made me love doing it. I think i've developed A real appreciation and this process for how body chemistry is different for everybody. So i'm not going to walk around saying everybody ought to eat the way that i eat. i think. My body fluctuates day to day. They're probably days when i could have like dinner. Roll and be fine you know. I'm just not very tempted to do that. Because i do feel really good. I think the thing that has surprised me. The most is how quickly like preparing meat for. My family has started to feel kind of yucky to me. Because i didn't walk into this with any sort of ethical framework conviction. I have concerns about factory farming. I think that a lot of the way we approach food in this country is messed up. But that wasn't my motivating force. It was much more about. How will i feel in my body. I feel lighter while i feel healthier. I feel more energetic but really rapidly my feelings like just my tangible physical reaction to me has changed. And that's been pretty weird. Yeah i don't like to prepare me. And so i don't cook for the big reason i don't. I don't like to chop. I don't like to deal with. Romney grosses me out well. He can share my one concern about you being being sure. I think you're too nice to be vegan as my main concern. Feel like that. You are too worried about being nice and not being pump uncomfortable. I feel like. I need to be your vegan advocate and be like. Hey she needs some beans. don't you. People have some beans that she can eat. So i just. That's that's really my only concern. I worry that you're a little too nice to be vegan is to fight for your fight for your food choices when we're out on the road. Oh thank you. It is harder to eat on the road at home for sure and i think that's one thing i want to say. I recognize that. I am at the right moment in my life to do this because i have done a lot of therapy so i have a lot of self care tools that i haven't had before so food can means something different to me now than it has at other points in my life. I don't mean to keep talking about this sermon series at my church. But it's really on my mind. We've been talking about the lord's prayer and in the most recent installment in this series. My pastor was talking about temptation and she brought up the hamilton song. Say no to this. And how whenever. So if you if you don't know hamilton at this point alexander. Hamilton is really trying to get his plan through congress to establish basically the us treasury as we know it today and he is stressed and tired working late and his family is out of town and he meets Mariah reynolds and has an affair and he sings the song about how he just doesn't know how to say no to this and he talks about all the stress that he's under in the song and my pastor said. I always wanna yell at him. I know how to say no to. This gives them sleep man. Eat a good meal like take care of yourself in this temptation will be different for you and so i really have thought about that a lot in relation to my eating because i have different tools now for situations where my answer used to be. Go eat some ice cream. And i don't mean that in an unkind way my former self. I was just at a different point in my life. And i'm in a new phase of my life and this phase won't be static. Either and i don't know how this will be for me in the long term. Yeah i've had a long sort of journey thinking about food. I've been a vegetarian for five years. I did go through a little vegan phase. Probably i thing is because oprah told me to. She did it on her show. And so i do it over tells me to. I think definitely settled with michael palin who i love and he probably fairly a huge start of my thinking about food journey. I read omnivores dilemma. And that book actually ended my vegetarianism. But you know. I think it's always. I love his eat food. Mostly plants not too much like keep it simple. I think that food is such a source of joy in comfort and just enjoyment in my life. I'm also blessed. Because i live with basically chef and i think yeah. It's just like when you can start to really take some time and space especially if you have the privilege and the resources to think about. How food makes you feel and how you feel in your body like. It's just it's always going to be a blessing. That awareness is always so powerful. And i think it really increases the enjoyment of food and i think the moments in my life where food felt sort of like it was it was was a burden it was adding to the stress instead of releasing it is because there was sort of like a lack of awareness and it was i was using it like you said like to to commute that awareness instead of sort of leaning into it you know i think anytime in my life where i've thought about what i'm eating explored. What i'm eating tried new things like it's always. It's always been a positive experience. So i'm just so glad that that's what it's doing for you too. Well i want to be completely honest. There's a sense of loss as well. it's been a really positive experience in how i feel in my body and the truth is i feel best in my body on the days when i mostly eat raw food When i cut up some carrots and have a salad and some fruit and some nuts. That is when i feel really really good and food communal And it is hard to not just grab a slice of pizza when everybody's hanging outside you know ordering pizza together not because i want the pizza but because i want to be part of the group in that way and because there's a separateness when you are concerned about what you're eating in a different way than everybody else and i feel really lucky that i don't have an allergy or something where i really have to enforce that separateness where i can be a little bit more flexible about it And it's given me a vastly new appreciation for people who do navigate food allergies and other situations where they really cannot have something. That's a hard way to be in a society which i think is all of human society. Where food is so communal. And such a part of how we connect and relate to each other so i don't wanna be too rosy about how it's been either..
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"I don't think it would make sense in my community for the the local government to say if you wanna eat at a restaurant you have to be vaccinated and a whole bunch of factors. Go into that. But it's why. I i would generally be against a federal approach at this point because i think we're having very different experiences based on where we are. No americans love to eat out. I wouldn't be mad about a federal requirement that you can go into restaurant. Vaccine art plays door dash through the roof. But because i think we're you know we're we're through with a carrot phase right. It's time for the stick face because at the end of the day you know it's not like we don't have experience with this. It's not like we don't have experience with win. We live in a big group of people. Were not all going to see things the same way and sometimes for the good of the group. There's going to have to be some strict requirements that involve punishment. That's what we did with sepals. That's what we do with cigarettes. There's lots of public health crisis where it's not about. Let's just sit around and meet people where they are. And that's not like i. You know. I'm not mad at that approach. And i think that's important and i think you know doing as much work as we can individually to hear people out and listen to their hesitancy and take. Local approach is but at the end of the day like this public health and sometimes with public health crisis is you have to have laws and regulations and you have to have strict approaches. That require people to do what is best for them when they don't wanna do it. We do all kinds of things that are best for us every day and sometimes that the freedom to do that is in your best interest in sometimes. The government has to stand. Stand up and say. I'm sorry. i know you wanna do that. But it's not in your best interest in. It's enough of a risk to the rest of us that we're going to require you to do something different and i just think like ink. We're reaching that point because if we allow enough surges if we allow enough variance then we're gonna be in a place where it evolves enough of the vaccine is no longer effective. Nobody wants that. Nobody wants that. And so i just think that we're reaching the point particularly with delta to me. I guess the reason that. I'm not mad is because i want solutions. I just want to deal with the pragmatic reality before us and being mad at people is not going to get a single damn person vaccinated and i want people vaccinated and if that requires mandates if that requires passports that requires punishment. I'm fine with that. Let's just get it done because it's not like this is a new experience arrest with other health emergencies or other public health issues like at like like i said like seatbelts or or any number of other things we've had to deal with and it's it's time to just say okay. What's going to get it done. Let's just get it done. Well i don't disagree with that. I think that my Subtle departure would be in terms of. Who's making that decision. Because the thing that i have learned more than anything else from this pandemic is that if you don't have community consensus doesn't really matter. What the regulation is i saw a reporter in kentucky tweet about asking governor bashir. If he was going to consider any a mask mandate and kentucky and he looked at the reporter kind of wearily and said do you think it would work And that's right. That's absolutely right. And i am tired of asking people who work at walmart or kroger to enforce that federal policy or that state level policy. Now i am one hundred percent behind the restaurants who on their own decide to mandate vaccine cards the public events. I wouldn't get on a cruise ship unless everybody had to be vaccinated to save my life. And i think that you know those are decisions. I am more the hardest opinion i have about. All of this is that i am against the anti mandate legislation. the states. That are saying you cannot local mayor or or county commission or school board. You cannot decide that people have to be vaccinated to be here. You cannot decide that people have to wear a mask. I think that is incredibly wrong. And flies in the face of everything we should have learned during the pandemic but also flies in the face of federalism. And a lot of what we're supposed to be about as a country so that is my hardest opinion and then my second opinion is i am totally supportive of the private sector making decisions for themselves. About what their employees are going to be asked to do what they're gonna ask if their customers and then kind of third down from that is i do think where sweeping governmental mandates come into play those ought to be done in as limited scope as possible based on the facts of the ground. Because that's where i think. There is the most possibility for community consensus and compliance. If we are just doing a broadly with as little consensus as we have about how to handle this right now. I think we're just feeding the fire of backlash about control and on both ends of the spectrum. I want more control. This isn't enough one of our listeners. Elizabeth described seeing a school board meeting. Play out where you had a superintendent proposing that kids who are under twelve wear masks to school and kids who are above twelve. Optionally wear masks to school and the the meeting erupts in parents. Who think that's not far enough versus parents. You think that's way too far. And i just went out of that binary and i hope that like even though we're never going to have one hundred percent of people saying yes good idea that smaller places where those decisions are made help us get past some of that logjam. Yeah i mean. I just think though the problem is you're never gonna get community consensus right. I was listening to this american life where they were talking about. How in utah. Even like a school board level people were turning on the church of latter day saints and accusing the leaders of the church of being in on a mass conspiracy. I mean if you can't get consensus in that community at small levels like the school board you got your work. Cut out for you you know. And that's where i think like. I don't know if. I worry that we've passed that point. We've tried it and you know if you're asking people to carry the burden and you're worried about frontline workers lord. I'm worried about school. Board members they might as well be frontline workers what they're being asked to deal with between the critical race theory. En masse dates that that's too big of a lift for them. We need some societal pressure. We need some like you know real real like just. This is what we're going to do and you can get in line or you can get left behind because human beings respond to that. And i think that that's you know with with the public health situation currently before us the solution. Is we vaccinate our way out of this pandemic and it's clear the scientists clear. The research is clear in it is also clear that there are people who will not be convinced and so the consequences need to come right. And i don't mean like. I want them to die cove. It their lives need to get hard and they needed to decide how badly they wanna stay in that position. And i just think like you know as much as i think. There's a lot of local and state variants and i totally agree about the anti mass mandates. If i was in iowa and teachers were getting criminal consequences for stuff like quarantining or telling me my child. it'd be expose. Oh my god. I would become an out of my skin. That would make me so mad. That is so ridiculous in the exact opposite direction of where we need to be going. And.
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"Every time. We have an episode. We post a discussion thread on patriots for our patrons to really sort of share their feedback and their concerns and was a very spirited discussion after tuesday's episode and one episode. obviously we started to talk about the surge. We didn't have time to get into all the vaccine mandates which we now have particularly coming from new york city over this past week but as we were talking about you said i. Just this is the angriest. I've seen people. I just think people are so so angry as i've reflected on that is helping me to see that as a manifestation of the intimacy of this issue because cova nineteen unlike a lot of other crises that we face as a country affects us on such a deeply personal level down to every interaction. We have with another human being. And so if i think about this as being part of our intimacy with one another find a little bit more ram myself about it you know kelsey one of our longtime supporters who always comment so on our work said i just need some space to be mad right now and kelsey like i hear you me too. You can have that space. I am not telling anybody what to feel. Because i have a complex soup of feelings myself. I am thinking mostly about what's effective in are doing. And i think if i consider this problem as one of intimacy i can think more productively about what's effective in are doing with each other. If that makes sense. Anger is a secondary emotion after remind myself of that all the time because anger is often my default immigrant. One don't have any trouble getting mad. I don't feel as much anger as some of our audience does towards the unvaccinated. I don't know if that's because as i've talked about before. I live in a place where there's a pretty even split between people who take cova did incredibly seriously and people who don't take it seriously at all where i live. It's not i mean. I have a vaguely purple location. And i i hate that. I even have to use purple to describe kovic because it doesn't feel like it should be political but you know it is. That's where we're at because our politics is identity driven and so because our politics is identity driven. We're going to respond to something like a pandemic through the lens of identity. That's how we all respond to things. We don't do some sort of cool-headed rational analysis as much as we often think that we do. And so i. I think i just have kind of kept ever present the ways in which all of the input we experience as human beings in the year of our lord twenty twenty one can play out in the in their infinite right there. That's an infinite amount of information. It's an infinite amount of human relationships in the way that we see inherent talk to each other and you know. I am frustrated that it felt like we were making progress and we are going backwards but i think i just always held that progress pretty loosely and feeling angry. Just it's kinda reminds me how fell and trump was elected. Like i just had to make a decision. Like if i give into this anger there will be no end to it and so you know i have to to realize like i'm not gonna convince anybody to get the vaccine through my anger and i have to just sort of keep that ever present but i get it like i. You know how my husband at. The mere mention that likes school could get postponed or called off gets a raging flame. Throwing wife is way. Like how dare you even mentioned that. That's not gonna happen. What's wrong with you. Your energy is terrible. You know my frustration is there is just. It's so hard to to feel that frustration and not give into the rage at the people who feel like are causing this slowdown surge when i mean slowdown in our progress surgeon infections. Whatever you wanna call it. So i hear you often describe yourself as a cova moderate and i really liked that phrase from you and i think it describes where i am as well and i think that a huge reason that i can be that is because of where i live because it and i don't live in a purple place at all i live in a very very red tip of kentucky where there is a pretty strong perspective on masking to be sure when i mean when i say that my place influences that is that the population density is low And so what i am able to do and not do is quite different than it would be if i were in a high density space and i think that that influences my perspective in ways that i can't untangle and why again on this issue like the eviction moratorium. I find myself thinking we really at are. We really are at a moment. In this pandemic where i think restrictions and guidance needed to be interpreted locally not based just on transmission but based on things like population density based on outdoor space ability and climate based on. How new your school. Buildings are and the ventilation in the school buildings. There are so many factors. I read an article this morning called dance till we die by ari schulman that was i thought brilliantly written because he was talking about our kovic security theater the things that we do and that we fight with each other about because some of us believe they're incredibly important and some of us say that's really silly and ineffective and because that's silly ineffective. I'm going to distrust everything else that you say things like wiping down all the surfaces and public spaces when we know that that's not how it gets transmitted at this point. The cloth mask versus the in ninety. Five mask vs no mask. Those fights that we have put a lot of energy into the really. Haven't done a lot to help us. And he is not against security theater. He writes in this article. About how important theater is in some ways to telling people i care about this to you are not shouldering. The burden and the pain of this alone. It's just it's really well written. And i'll get in the show notes but i was thinking about that and about the the wide range of emotions we heard from listeners. We heard from people who have someone they love or they themselves have an auto immune condition and they aren't sure how the vaccine will interact with that condition and so weighing the risks of getting cove and having covert interact with that condition versus the vaccine interacting with that condition. That is hard and deeply personal and way out of that character. I described on tuesday. That i can convince myself going on with unvaccinated people right i can convince myself that unvaccinated means one thing and that is just not true demographically. It is not true in terms of people's personal stories. And that's the point. I was trying to make not that. Everybody is that thing. But that i can tell myself that and get really mad about it instead of having space for the places people are coming from all of that to say when i consider what new york is doing. I'm supportive of it. To the extent that it matters as a non new yorker because in a place like new york. I can understand that population density just having traveled there enough. I can see how. I would want those restrictions in place. If i were there and i don't think they make sense for my community..
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"Good choices. About what we view a house to mean and who benefits from it and where the creditor steps in and what all of that entails and clearly. We can't solve that today. What i think we can do. Today is say to your point. Sarah this money that was infused into states and local jurisdictions should go not only to help people pay people's dang rent but also for new coordinators and new case workers and new programs that help ensure that people are sustainably housed for the long term. Not just that. I keep you here today but i help you make a plan for tomorrow that removes this unimaginable to me level of stress of not knowing what happens next month it's unjust for so many people to have that level of stress and we have these federal funds available right now that yes relate to the pandemic ensuring that we don't have a flood of people in shelters passing cove nineteen around but also to help us alleviate a very long term problem with a more long term outlook. I one hundred percent agree. And i think that this issue while i think the immediate pressure can be best. Relief by state and local authorities is an area where there is room for federal action jerusalem. Dempsey's who's a reporter at. Vox has been doing some amazing work on that. She's in an article called. Homeownership brings out the worst in you. And it's exactly what you're saying like this issue is only one covert manifestation and there's lots of ways in which koda manifest and accelerates problems in policy across our country but this is definitely one of them you know because our homes our investment they bring out our worst most selfish instincts when it comes into policy we all care about homelessness but nobody wants affordable housing in their neighborhood because it mic drop the value of their home. And when your home is your retirement because there's no real social safety net then it brings out some really bad behavior at allows people particularly white privilege people to slow lots of good policy. Be it mass transit be at affordable housing that people say they want until it comes to their neighborhood and i think that that's where the federal government can come in right. I think that there's issues like this addiction. Moratorium where we see state and local officials Close to the ground being able to relieve some of that pressure but sometimes the state and local officials can see the solution as clear as day but without some national regulation and some national cover. They meet political cover. Because this stuff is so you know unpopular when it finally becomes a reality in reality where you live and i think that's where we need federal policy. That's where we need if we're worried about affordable housing and homelessness as we should be because it is a disgrace to be one of the richest countries in the world and have people encamped and sleeping on the street. That is a disgrace. It is not representative of our values but the political reality because of the way we do. Housing policy is hard. It's hard and i think that's where we need the federal government to come in and provide some political cover. I don't disagree with that. I do think that the timing surrounding the expiration of this eviction moratorium and the position that leadership in congress took and the position that the progressive caucus in congress took and the position. The white house took all forced us into a binary where the options were president. Biden extends the moratorium or we do nothing. Because we don't care. And i think that that really leaves behind the kind of problem solving that we're talking about here and that that's a shame because i think the result of this action is going to be ultimately pretty bad for both tenants and landlords and pretty politically unpopular and. Put everybody in a worse situation. Then we could have been if everybody had started talking about this publicly earlier and spent more time coordinating with state and local officials next up. We're going to talk more about cove. Nineteen because certainly the delta variant continues to occupy space in our hearts and our minds and our communities and we particularly want to highlight some of the comments that we heard back from you. All after tuesday's episode. You hear me. Talk about chad jane ellen often but there's another member of our family who is so dear to us our fourteen year old miniature schnauzer. See her safety. Happiness and comfort are paramount to all the silvers and we are so happy to have halo caller for her halo is only smart system with a caller that trains tracks and protects your dog.
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"That and can't pay for a variety of reasons substantial loss of income being laid off losing a job having extraordinary medical bills and the cdc says eviction. Most of those circumstances is going to mean. That attendant has to go into a place where they are housed with other people and that is a problem in our current public health emergency so the supreme court expressed an opinion on this without expressing opinion. There's just an order. It was a five four vote on that order. And we have what is less of an opinion and more like a. Ps from justice. brad kavanagh. It's just a couple of paragraphs where he says. Basically i think this issue is about to be moot because the moratorium is going to expire. If weren't i think that this has probably exceeded the cdc's authority in the congressional action would be needed to extend us. And based on that we have this whole dialogue about whether president biden has violated his constitutional oath because he has said he didn't want to extend this without congress because he didn't think it would survive in court. So it's a whole mess of political finger. Pointing the upshot of which is in eighty percent of us counties covering ninety percent of the us population right now landlords still cannot affect the vast majority of tenets. Yeah i think there's two things going on here. I think there's the constitutional debate in the political debate. I don't think it got lost. I don't think there was political support for it. In congress i think the white house said the supreme court made it clear you have to do this. And congress couldn't get it done for a lot of reasons I think that the infrastructure deal is taking up a lot of political will and capital and energy but i think to certain people including representative corey. Bush has been open about her own struggle with homelessness in her past. It stayed at the very top of the list and so her and members of the progressive caucus camped out on the capitol steps to bring attention and it worked. They stood out there. They got lots and lots of media attention and increase the pressure on the white house. And said you're you know congress couldn't get it done so you've got to do something and i think that that the political reality of millions of americans being evicted in the middle of adult variant surge was hard to stomach and so they took strategy that you know represented. Bush was pretty open about what it was like. Just do it. It'll take a while for people to sue. And even if it gets overturned it will offer a little bit of relief and look the alabama georgia association of realtors have already filed an emergency motion with the us district court of the district of columbia asking a federal judge to block the implementation. Because there is. I don't i don't know how much of a debate there is constitutionally. Whatever the political reality is of whether or not the cdc has the authority to continue to put this eviction moratorium in place. I think that president biden said most constitutional scholars. Say they don't have the authority but there's a couple and that's enough to make this. This political reality know. Release the pressure. Just just enough right. I think that what's really happening with congress when it comes to the addiction moratorium like everybody knows that. This isn't a simple easy situation that no one wants millions of people homeless in the middle of a pandemic and also this isn't just about giant corporate landlords exploiting the little guy just taking this moment for everything it's worth because there's a lot of small landlords who are facing foreclosure who are facing really really stark economic realities in the face of this moratorium. That's been in place for almost a year and that that is something that i think. Congress really wants state and local officials to use the massive amount of money. They sent their way to use to relieve like. I think that we're having this debate about the white house and congress and the supreme court. When really there is money i know my local era got a lot of money that they're using for things that have nothing to do with pandemic. That should be used to help. Release the pressure not just on the renters. But on the landlord's the solution here isn't keep these people in place wherever the solution is used this money to pay their dang rent and i think that's what the we should be talking about. Is that the state and local. Officials should be using the basically christmas in july as my local congressman. Described it to ease some of this pressure instead of acting like it's a problem that only congress are only the white house can solve. Do you remember. I used to be a republican. It's gonna while one of the reasons that that was true for me and and you know. I have since come to learn that. That fewer republicans meant this than i thought But one of the reasons that was true for me is because i really do think local problem solving make sense in the vast majority of situations and i think housing is very very localised problem and so while i care very much about people having houses and i think homelessness is a disgrace in the united states A country with our level of wealth to have so many people who don't have houses is a disgrace that we ought to be fixing pandemic ought to me extending this moratorium probably is just another extension of stress because it is another extension of stress for tenants who relief or not might not be able to afford the places. They're currently living and an extension of stress for landlords who relief or not are having problems with credit on their own and trying to figure out. How sustainable this is in the long term. I just read on july break. The novel anxious people. It's one of my favorite books. I've read in a long time and it put more succinctly than any Think piece. I've ever read that. The the global economy is fueled by who gets credit. And that's the whole ball of wax right who has access to credit determines everything and i think this moratorium put so much pressure on everybody in a landlord tenant relationship in terms of their access to credit for the future. That book also calls into question what happens to an economy where houses are not homes their investments and. i think. There's a really important question to ask about that. And i don't think that's an individualized question. I'm not mad at any landlords. I do think we need to look at the housing situation and say in terms of our housing supply..
"single person" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
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"single person" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"There's lots of public health crisis where it's not about. Let's just sit around and meet people where they are. And that's not like i. You know. I'm not mad at that approach and i think that's important and i think doing as much work as we can individually to hear people out and you know listen to their hesitancy and take local approaches but at the end of the day like this is a public health crisis and sometimes public health crisis is you have to have laws and regulations. This is sarah and beth. You're listening to pantsuit politics. The home of grace filled political conversations. Hello everyone and thank you so much for joining us for a new episode of pnc. Politics were thrilled. That you're here with us. We're thrilled to be here together in nashville tennessee. We are super grateful to clark buckner of relation area marketing for meeting us in our hotel room with equipment. That makes it sound. Like we are in our home studios and thank you clark for that assistance and thank you for joining us. We're going to talk today about evictions and president biden's decision to extend the federal moratorium on evictions as an emergency measure. Then we're going to follow up on some of your questions and thoughts about cova. Nineteen masks and vaccine mandates anti mandate mandates. An outside of politics were in talk about food and what i have a feeling will be a characteristically wide ranging fashion before we get started. Sarah we really want to invite everyone to join us in waco. Yes we're so excited. We will be at the hippodrome with clint harp of manmade podcast on saturday. September twenty fifth czar. I love event in forever. We had such a delightful time on clinton podcast and develop such a warm fun friendship with him when he said you gotta come to waco sometime we sent. Oh great. let's get our calendars glenn and let's really make that a reality. I think it is going to be the most fun just the whole weekend. We have a vip event. Of course we have the live event. I've never been to waco before. Apparently it is a really really great weekend destination with wonderful food and shopping. We have so many view planning girls weekends or couples weekends to come to the show. Just we want to see your faces. Okay that's really wanna see your faces. We wanna have fun. We wanna laugh together in a room and have some breakthroughs. I'll probably cry. Let's just be honest. so get your tickets. The link is in the show notes and come hang out with us in waco. It rains on your birthday. Sometimes the line for coffee wraps around the building. Sometimes gas goes up ten cents. Sometimes life stinks the good news. Who don't have to because native has your back. I love it. Native cares about all the products that we put on our bodies not only their legendary aluminum free deodorant but also in their body wash toothpaste and sunscreen. The sense are fresh vibrant. And i am so excited about coconut and pineapple. Spf thirty lightweight sunscreen. And now.
The Greatest Need in Our Life
"Judges chapter nineteen verse one in those days when there was no king in israel a certainly vite was so journeying in the remote parts of the hill country of ephraim who took himself a concubine from bethlehem in judah. This verse begins one of the most horrible stories. And all of the bible as one sin leads to another and another and by the end evil and violence unspeakable evil and violence or having their way. But the reason i read judges nineteen verse. One awhile lead us to pray. According to it is because it all begins with the rejection of god as king. In those days there was no king in israel. And if god is not king thrown of our hearts king on the throne in our lives king on the throne in the church king on the throne in our families just keep going where god is not honored and revered and worshipped as king then unspeakable sin and evil will follow the greatest need and every one of our hearts is to worship god as king. The greatest need in every one of our families is to worship. God is king the greatest need in churches to worship god as king. The greatest need every single person's life around us. Our greatest need in the world is to see and bald in revere and worship and follow god as king so we pray god today we confess you are the king of kings you're the lord of lords. Jesus you rule and reign overall and we worship you as king and we pray together today be the king of our hearts
Olivia Rubens on Her Unique Knitting Designs
"So right before. The uk went into lockdown one of the final in-person fashion events for me was seeing the l. c. f. m. a. graduate. Show at the camden roundhouse. And i remember thinking. Oh my goodness who is this. Designer with. These amazing knits balaclavas. And i've never seen a style like yours. Before i mean your collection was on one hand so technically exquisite and on the other hand very dystopia and with you know the doll head handbags construction. Could you tell us what the influences behind your collection were. Yeah thank you so much. Wow yeah seems like is very odd. That was a time when i wasn't even thinking about kobe. It was on the other side of the world and all i was thinking about this collection out on the runway. It was really about you. Know overall femininity and identity might view grant in the end ended up. Being quite nihilistic which was that we can never fully know who we are as people and as women Somebody said something to me. Wants which was just that in order to know yourself completely. You have to meet every single person on the planet because you'll present a certain version of yourself to every single different person so unless you do that. It's impossible so i kind of ran with that. I was also kind of making criticisms about myself. Like i like to do. Just kind of point out little funny things by society in about myself and other and other people and the way that we kind of assume people's identities i think is hilarious like people watching which was something you know at the time that i was doing a lot because i'm sitting on the tube like so many hours of the day so that was part of it. It's just kind of assuming people's like based on stereotypes and kind making up stories in our heads. Because what else are we gonna do. We're sitting on the to and then this this idea of nature versus nurture so. I used victorian children as references. I came across this little vintage book at the vintage fair. A pitiful audie in florence. And i just thought it was so hilarious because these these children. Which are you know. They're supposed to be fun and playful and crazy but they were just so static and each one of them was so serious. And when i was reading up on victorian photography they had to compete with painters at the time for some reason always turned out serious and so all these photographs that they really style them like we have to get it right but when arguably now we would we would say that we capture someone's full essence when we get a candid photo of them so that was really funny and then the the modern version of that was hatching girls and do they become who they are because their parents are because of them or did they choose to do that. And so there were some hilarious references in their garments and i watched way too much reality. Tv and which is where all the toys and the dolls came from in that whole collection.
Here’s a List of Some of the Best Pro-America Companies
"Give us the five or the best companies that come to mind across different industries. Gosh the reason why. I created a second boat and so i did to have all this on the top of my head but On a good for your shopping for your everyday groceries us Again for fast food. I would say wendy's is is a really good Gasoline is loves the others. I'm afraid i didn't come with a list of the best you're looking at some of them here that Good night has a pretty good score. hanes score nissan. Not so good papa. John's has a pretty good score which is good Payless car rental right down the middle patriot mobile as a five out of five. Good yes so. That's not a huge surprise there Amac adf obviously jelly belly. That's good to see. So reagan's favorite Jelly beans and Just like some of the ones that you would expect pure flix and kind of cornerstone But there's some on here. That are actually pretty surprising. That have really really good scores. As i mentioned but fedex you know one point eight three not not very good. You know kind of Dipping below their so enclosing guys. I just want close out this segment here on. I just want to reemphasize the point that every single person has power in this process that they could step up. And you have to if you wouldn't give your money to planned parenthood. Then don't go by a trinket or a hamburger that will give money to planned parenthood for you. It's the same thing and especially when you look at a family and they say hey we're gonna go redesign our home okay. If you're no redesign your home you're gonna spend ten thousand bucks. The profit margin on that at a certain home improvement store lee pretty significant and you might even be giving as much as two hundred fifty of that ten thousand dollars to their their charitable account. Right and that that's not unforeseen considering the markup but if you go to the right store it won't go to planned parenthood. It won't go to these kind of pro abortion anti-american open border companies
Robotic Police Dogs: Useful Hounds or Dehumanizing Machines?
"Some police departments are experimenting with Boston dynamics for legate robotic dog spot it's getting mixed reviews acting lieutenant Joseph o'neill with the Honolulu police department is using spot person last they'll ask for water the last for masks these are all things that we had to do face to face with someone and with the disability through the robot but privacy groups warn police are secretly rushing to buy robotic dogs without setting safeguards against invasive or dehumanizing uses Michael Perry with Boston dynamics understands it looks so futuristic most people are applying notions from science fiction to whether robots doing Perry says they're working on those concerns back in Honolulu lieutenant o'neill says the intentions with spot are good we have not had a single person out of said that scary the New York police department started using spot after painting it blue and renaming it did you dog there was a public outcry and it was returned I'm a Donahue
"single person" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Best literally like it was always out of time. So now baseless narrow it down. What was it that inspired you to start wrapping was. Was it just listening to rap. Was someone i said you got it. What do you think it was. It was listening to a lot of rap. But when i in high school know wasn't anti highschool shutout sense even though i i hate it in your about to kick me out nine but like right there i met some amazing friends and i met people that were just so creative and like we were all very like going through a lot of stuff. 'cause like areas obviously a minority area very poverty area where i grew up in so whenever we will link up out of nowhere like we have something to say or we were just be like of you. You know like if you're not if you're not you're gonna go pulse about of you and smoke dude things that you're not supposed to be doing at that age. But we like being a groove. And somebody i don't know who would be but it will be sometimes me or sometimes even the homegirl. They'll be like put on a b. We're gonna freestyle and literally every single person that was there with freestyle like it didn't even matter. They wrapped or not. They liked it or not like just hop it. So like that kinda created like that confidence in love for. Because i listen to it but i was never willing to throw myself out and do it in front of people you know but from there like whenever i would free the other homegrown joy like w got parse. They're always say so from there. I was just like. I guess i do i. We could do this. And since i was already like Writing music but i was. I wanted to be more like a singer but like life to collect a little different routes. Since i was already writing music. I was just like a wettest another way that i could do this..
"single person" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"Because i'm used to it but but at the same time you're you start to your your you become more privy to to these particular Notions then you get kind of concerned that well Even though that this whole skill set is part of me. What if the whole time that. I've been developing it. I've been wrong. So i i guess i to to me like this. This kind of makes me figure that it's important to kinda develop your own checks and balances and to really like a sharpened a reasoning and critical thinking skills in order. So that you don't necessarily fall into these particular traps. But i going to be very frank with you ladies. I'm still very much so afraid. You know it's funny when you shave intuition that you can you can hone it and it gets better and better and better and then i'm you trust it more more. I think that can actually be a pitfall like the only example comes straight up. My head is like let's say you have a bad run of boyfriends and you're like okay. Men are like x. y. and z. Right or whatever you get this in issue issues that a person who acts a certain way or says a certain thing is always. Don't do this certain thing right. Your intuition starts to fool you into thinking that every single person that fits description a is going to exhibit behavior. Be i think it makes us Overly trust our intuition. So i think it's kind of interesting how we do have like the subconscious intuition that helps us stay out of danger or avoid certain problems. But how often we take it and Consciously misapply it. That'd be my question. Talk about into.
"single person" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"More stuff online. But why is that. Why is it so important to you. What are you coming to the table with you do so uniquely. Well that nobody else does. And how do we build from that. And so when. I talk about raising ideas that turn into concepts that captivate planet. I really help them dig under the layers to figure out what is so exceptional about them and part of that journey is not just exploring what they do for who how and why but also why should they love about their industry and what do they hate about it. What are they counteract day with their work that they believe in or don't believe in what do what is something that a client says to them that they're like. Oh god oh god. If i never hear that advice ever again in my life it will be way too soon and similarly. What are they nerd out about. So sort of forcing them to examine. What is the core idea. That's informing everything that they do and part of how we do that is of course we talk about this. We talk about what they do. What their specialty as their audience at all those typical things but we also talked about the framework and i actually walk them through an exercise. Where it's like. Let's say you're a copywriter. And you take your clients through a series of steps right. But what are those steps and most importantly. Why are you doing because often when you're at a point where you're ready to do creative direction rebrand positioning work. That there's something you do so well that no one else does. But you can't put your finger on what it is and so doing that. Exercise of looking. Not only at what you're doing but the reasons why allows you to dig to find that gold nugget of a concept and an idea that you can then turn into a signature. Frameworks for into workshops. Turn into programs courses keynotes whatever it is. And what's incredible. Is that every single person..
"single person" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"What are those? Well, by far out, living their savings or not, having enough income in their retirement years by far is theme number one concern. And survey after survey year after year. It hasn't changed, and that has probably been the number one concern for the better part of a decade. I would think I Have recollection at least that for back where that has always been the number one issue, you know, and that kind of coupled with and right behind that is social Security benefits, and what's the best way to pull that Social Security benefit? For their particular situations that comes in like a very close second behind, outliving their savings. And then, of course, people have a big concern about as they age. How is their health going to bay is their health going to decline in such a manner that it could end up eroding some of their assets for the surviving spouse or erode assets that they were hoping to leave behind for the Children? So those were kind of the main points that seemed to come up with almost every single person that we work with every listener that comes in To go through our proprietary process of massive money Retirement road map, so one way shape or form those of the three biggies as we call it, Those are the three big ones. If you'd like to come in for a visit, Simply text the word visit toe for a 1 207 200. That visit could be a 15 minute phone call. It could be a computer.
"single person" Discussed on Agent of Wealth
"That yes this is a real you really did take credit on. Sometimes you forget that ten years ago you you took out this credit and this loan and you know something happened forgot about it. But there are instances where stuff shows up on credit reports that is invalid valid. And you have to take the action to there's certain steps of action. I'd be happy to talk to anyone about them to go through where you can get things remote from your credit report. Oh good all right well. There's hope there. Let's say everything's everything is legit and it's it's an it's low so the two best bang for your buck ways of improving and also the quickest ways. Are you WANNA look. You want to pay your bills so you look payment history. You want to pay your bills on time And I I know it sounds simple but you know we all get lots of bills and some slip through the cracks or we. Don't we skip you know. Maybe we say we pay bills every every Saturday. Hey you're once a month or whatever it is stuff falls through the crack you want to figure out a process to eliminate that so auto pay any bill that you can auto pay If it makes sense ants set it up on auto pay and have some kind of schedule that process on your son where you won't forget to pay bills so payment history. As one and the other is something called a credit utilization ratio and what this is is is usually associated with credit cards. But it's the you get dinged on your credit report if you come close to maxing out your your credit so as an example. Let's say you have to credit cards. And they each have five five thousand dollar limit so you have a ten thousand thousand dollar credit card limit if you have a balance on your credit card. That approaches that ten thousand dollar limit you. You're going to get dinged than your credit score will get. We'll get reduced so you won't you never WANNA come close to maxing out any of your credit cards and even like the rule of thumb is you. Don't WANNA use up more than thirty percent of your credit limits so in this example if someone has a ten thousand dollar Mac credit limit. You don't want over three thousand dollars in imbalances. Yeah so that's those are the two I call on the Best Bang for the buck but to quickest ways to improve it but you know the credit score like any of these other numbers there things that you know. Step one figure out where you are with all these and like you said about. We said about weight earlier than you may not. The numbers may not be pretty. You may have a four hundred five hundred even six hundred credit score but you have to start somewhere. It's not GonNa get any better if you nor any of these any of these any of these numbers we're looking at so step one is figure out where you are and then step two. Is You have to figure out. Okay this is what I need to do to improve it. And you know. I'm a proponent there's two ways of doing there's the small you know. Serial increases or changes positive changes or there's ripping off the band aid and make a a huge transformational change. Either one is fine but you know and when I when I say small grammatical changes you may only be saving five percent of your of your money into your 401k. While next year increase it to six and the year after put it to seven and the year after eight and making the small changes that way or you know obviously it's better more recommended to go five to ten percent savings but it's not as easy you to do a lot of a lot of times so there's two ways to do it either. Way is fine. You just WanNa continue making progress on where you're trying to go. Yeah it's it's changing the behaviors on both sides right. So it's it's you know we you scared me for a minute. 'cause you started talking about weight then you started talking about the numbers four hundred and five hundred no. I'm not quite there yet. Mark but then it credit score so yes so if you hitting a four or five hundred credit you wanna up that if you're hitting four or five hundred on the scale you WanNa down that for sure but Yeah I think think it's. It's it's really important because it's not just one thing you you up the numbers when it comes to you know how much you're putting into your 401k. You go from six or you know five to six two six six to seven That's great but it also needs to be other things on the other end. which is you know the budget controlling? You're spending knowing exactly where your money's going so it actually makes that at six or seven or eight percent easier to attain or save. Because you're not spending as much on you know of what's actually coming home so it's it's both sides of that coin and I think if you're doing both together and working with professional they're gonNA see changes faster than the band aid won't be as painful to rip off. Yeah exactly and that's that's what it's about. It's about changing for the better or do you have a sneak peek force on what we're doing on the next podcast. Yes this this week. We looked at you know five. Different numbers ratio is as you're in that accumulation phase are approaching retirement on our next one which is really the second part of this one we're GonNa look at some similar numbers and ratios. Does that are important during retirement so this might be your withdrawal rates how much what percentage are you pulling out each year or your reliance rate which measures how much depend on your investment portfolio. Folio to pay your expenses during retirement and then we'll also talk about things like health care expenses. And what's a good number for for that that you should be targeting but it's just a second the second second part of this series that will look all right fantastic. Thank you so much mark for your time appreciate it thank you are you and thank you all for listening to the agent of wealth podcast with Marc like bodice. If you have not subscribe to the podcast please click the subscribe now button below this way when mark comes out with a new podcast it'll directly on. You're listening device. This makes it much easier to this year. The podcasts with your friends and family again. Thanks for listening today for everyone about his financial. This is Eric Johnson. Reminding you to your best day every day and we'll see you next time and thank you for listening to the agent of wealth podcast click the subscribe button below to be notified. 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"single person" Discussed on Agent of Wealth
"Check. Engine light means that your gas cap can sometimes be if it's if it's a little bit loose. Oh yeah you tighten it check. Engine light goes away so the number has to be that we're looking at has to be descriptive. It has to be meaningful and that's how we use it to to make better decisions day to day. Yeah you you mentioned weight and I'd like to go ahead and just not talk about that one today especially after after the season. We're we've been through with all the good food and everything we'll just skip the weight number and and move right onto the financial numbers but the A- actually throw it back at you know even if a number is bad. It's not where you want it to be. It's you want. That's that's how you make improvements. Is You actually face shit. Had on and all right. That's how you can make your telling me to get back on. The scale is what. You're exactly timing timing of this is is. It's pretty important because we're coming to the end of the year we're starting new years and you know financial financial is are one thing and wait probably. Our health is probably the other that people really. He put focus on the part of their New Year's resolutions. At least for a month and then you know a lot of New Year's resolutions away in February but he blurted me thinking about finances says and really what the purpose of this is just to give them some things to think about or some things to start trying to figure out start tracking star benchmarking against them. You know that that it should definitely be able to help people all right. So where do we start with this today. Then all right so whenever I I I know engage with someone in a financial planning discussion. mm-hmm we usually start with figuring out their net worth statement what should take into account their assets liabilities their cash flow statement or their money's going. You know what money they have coming in. Where's it going? Is it going to the right places and inevitably after every first discussion. I have with someone there. They asked me the same question. They say how am I doing. Am I on track for retirement And I mean it's impossible to answer after one one discussion but the first number we're going to look at is actually a ratio and it's really to help answer that question of am I on track for retirement and a lot of these numbers. Ratios that we're going to look at today. They're not substitutes for putting a good financial plan together but it can help answer some some of these questions you know at different times of your life and just make it a simple and some of them are general so like I said it it. It's no substitute. Wait for putting a plan together to see if you're gonna hit your goals and what you have to do to hit them but if someone wants to get a quick figure on where they are. We're going to start with something. Called the capital income ratio capital capital income ratio. Yes that's that's correct and this is really almost like a combination of that network's statement and cash flow spending plan and really what what this says is that by the time you're sixty five years old and we're just use them again. A lot of this is general numbers that we're going news sixty five. Someone retires at sixty five they should have about twelve times their income saved up in capital assets. Okay so when you when you say capital assets we're talking. What does that mean? What does capital share so that would include things like the savings in your 401k? Your IRA any annuities or CDs. You have any cash value life insurance policies any anything you have in checking your savings account. What do you have in investment or commercial real estate and then the value the fair market value of any business interest that you won't so you WANNA look at capital as an asset that can be turned into something that produces income for you in retirement? And that's that's one way to define it okay. So when when you said real estate commercial real estate so even if your house is paid off you don't count that that's correct. So there is yes because you have to live in your house and most likely. It's not an income producing asset. Although one of our previous podcasts. We talked about using the equity in your house via a reverse first mortgage so. It's we're not counting it for the purpose here however if One of the ways we use it as if something does you know we do a calculation and you're not going to be able to produce enough income during retirement using the the house either by using the equity in the house either by downsizing or using a reverse mortgage is is fair game and it's definitely something we would we would consider but for this purpose. We're not gonNA include the the equity that you have in your where you're in your primary residence silence. Gotcha okay so when you start off obviously you you go to college or or don't go to college. You start working and you have probably zero capital or very little capital which makes sense. Because you're starting off you're just getting a salary and you should be saving a portion of that salary each year into one of these capital assets whether it's a savings account investment account a retirement account like a 401k. And you'll build up that savings over time so obviously when you're just starting out in your twenties you're not expected to have twelve times. Your salary saved so what there is. There's a table on how we can. How someone who's WHO's not sixty five so we know at age sixty five if someone as an example if someone earns a hundred thousand dollars a year at age sixty five they should have one point two million saved up right and just like if their salary was not one hundred thousand for a million they should have twelve million saved up in in those capital assets that we that that we define and what that's what that number is expected to produce? Those capital assets is about eighty percent of your salary during retirement. So what the what the ratio says that if you do earn one hundred thousand dollars and you have one point. Two million saved up for age sixty five until when you die. You'd be able to those that one point. Two million would be able to generate about eighty thousand of of income per year without a decreasing or around Oh Wow okay all right. Yeah there's there's lots of variables racecourse tours play on. How the how the that capital title assets? How they you know if you sit the the one point two million under a mattress versus if it's invested in something that's producing return it? It's going to be a different. You know you'll you'll you'll have a different. It'll the money will last longer Depending upon what what happens to inflation plays a another aspect of it where things just get more expensive. So maybe we calculate that you need eighty thousand dollars at age sixty six in your first year retirement however inflation goes nuts and all of a sudden. You're you're spending expenses. Become one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year. So there's different things to take into account but like I said there's just general or general calculation to to answer that question of how is someone someone doing so if we look at a couple of different different examples on where someone should be at different periods of their of their life. We can look at it so we can look at the as an example at each orgy. Someone wants wants or should have two point four times their salary saved in these capital assets. So that same person who's earning one hundred thousand dollars year. They should have two hundred hundred forty thousand saved in those 401K's showdown CDs at age. Fifty five point two times so five hundred thousand should be over a little bit over five hundred thousand and should be saved in the in. Those capitalists at age sixty it should be nine point four times and then at sixty five. That's where you hit that at twelve twelve times so anyone at any age can really figure out you know. Are they on track. And what we'll do in the in the show notes. We'll link to that table. That has the the different ages. And you know how much someone should have saved by by a particular age. got that that'll be great. That'll be a great resource So let me ask you this. The scary thing is is if you are a say you're thirty five forty forty five fifty and and you go to the table and you notice that your behind behind a whether a little bit behind or quite a bit behind What the table says you should be doing to be on track? What do you do? Yeah so that. That's that's important too because not everyone started saving when they were you know in their in their twenties You know I usually say when someone does when someone the other question I'll got is well. I am twenty. How much should I save per year? And it really if you if someone when they're just starting out saves ten to twelve percent of their salary every year they'll be fine once they hit sixty five but like you said a lot of people don't don't do that or don't start from that early and it's it's a look at that makes it a little more complex because I can calculate how much you should be saving from. Let's say a fifty year old comes in and says I have X. amount saved. I'm nowhere near where I should be. How much should I save every three year? Forward until for the next fifteen years until age sixty five and I can. I can give them a number. But the practicality of it is. It's not there because I can say you have to save seventy percent scent of. Yeah yeah salary and it's just not possible so then we have what we have to start looking at other things like. We talked about earlier using the equity in someone's house and there's different ways to to use that also maybe sixty five is not their retirement age. Maybe they're gonNA work longer than than age sixty five or maybe there's an opportunity to cut back on their living expenses which we'll talk a little bit about later but that's when you know the planning becomes even more critical to to get to that stage where we can. And you know calculate how much they should have at a certain age and therefore predict that they're not gonna they're still okay and they're still not going to run out of money but going back to all it all comes back to the early early. Start saving the better off. You'll be in the end. Yeah absolutely so. Let me ask you one more question about this. We're talking about an individual. What about a couple? Are we saying that it should so we're looking at the same thing. So if they both are earn one hundred thousand dollars a year in income. We're going to factor that number off so it's household income is how we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get that relation so yeah whatever the household income has that's the number that we that we want to shoot for all right all right so next number we wanna know is adjusted gross income which is a tax number its acronym is Agi and you know sort of what you were saying about if a husband and wife or spouses working this This numbers really defined as your total gross income after any qualified they just moments before personal exemptions.
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