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"thadi" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"And he so amy for the longest time thought he had a fracture thadi fractured his arm. So we took him to the emergency room and they gave him an x ray and they're like he's got a giant puncture wound that sealed itself over like what and so then they found it he did. He got stabbed by one of those Thorns and it caused a huge infection disarm because they're incredibly dirty and it was a puncture wound that nobody treated and it just like closed over on the top. All we saw. Was this tiny little scab on his arm. So amy like i said immediately thought. He fractured his arm because of how it swelled up and was red now just a terrible infection from one of those. It's awful keep them off your property. Take them out. I hate them. They're invasive. I've also flattened a lotta tires from them for sure. Yeah they're huge. It's amazing it's literally. Oh i ruin that. I'm sorry they're literally like a pencil like a pencil size just stabbing into people and animals and just murdering everything tires. They're completely static. But you know people run it. It's awful trees are the worst. That's all i gotta say. All right you need to cut down. Every tree have disagree agree to disagree. Is that one of your popular opinions or doing should be. It should be unpopular every trade trademark against us because that is a very famous podcast unpopular. Opinions it is and youtube show. Yeah they have a theme song like they always have. It's like a celebrity this guy and it's always a celebrity big celebrity waiting. It's called unpopular opinions and they have a theme song that they always get the celebrity to sing and it's not like the dictated unpopular opinions. Tell us something that you would like to know or something like that. No why would we know why would be be trademarked against you and you weren't even aware of it. Obviously we're getting and it's a random segment of our show. We don't base our entire show off of you want to get into. I've got plenty. I got. I got one and.
"thadi" Discussed on Women on the Line
"I'm joined by muriel's behram who put out her new single starting baby on tuesday the twenty fifth of may mural. Thank you so much for joining me. Yeah i'm really excited to cal. Come love and chat with you today. Thanks for nate. No worries So would you mind introducing yourself in a little bit more detail so yet as you mentioned niro's zero. I am from crewmember. My more warri nations. Yeah and i've been down here and victoria on. Who live country was he knew The bluff hidden and yeah really excited to be releasing laced. Now my lightest single thadi baby wonderful and it's a fantastic track stay tuned because you will hear right after this interview But this was released on tuesday the twenty fifth which is a day before sorry day which is wednesday the twenty sixth of may the anniversary of the bringing them home report and sardine baby pays homage to the stolen generations and specifically focuses on story or draws from a story stolen generations survivor. On foreign. Egan upset could you tell us a bit. About what inspired you to write the song about your experience working with auntie sharon to develop it. Yeah.
"thadi" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"thadi" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"I mean this is based on my opinion sitting bedside but I WanNa just step back fermented because you know the question of why I'm doing. This work is something we haven't talked about but it's it's important important because it's tied to this idea of mind body and spirit in two thousand and one. My mother passed away and We had hospice come to the house and they're really wonderful. I'm at one point. They handed us a piece of paper and Said said you might WanNa read this and I said to decide thinking it may be had to do with funeral arrangements or medication but if I picked it up eventually I and and I read it and it said if the bodies ready and the so isn't you don't leave and if the soul is Freddie and the body isn't you don't leave but when the bodies ready and the soul was ready then you leave and you up until that point. I'd never been around anybody who was dying. My idea of death was based on something from the movies. You know where thunderbolt would come out of the sky. I in all the secrets of the universe would be unveiled so I mean that was what I thought death who's like Death is not like that at all. Death is a process like birth but When I read what does hospice professional wrote? I thought about that and you know what they were saying was death as a the process and so I thought about it. I thought about for many years and I knew I wanted to be of service and I knew I wanted to work at hospice but it. It took me a number of years until I did the training and actually began to do the work. But this idea of Thadi A and spirit or body and soul is important and you know now. It's not unique to this house professional. I mean back in the sixteen. Hundreds Descartes discussed the idea of dual ISM and back in the time of the Greeks Sanction Creek. Sara Scotto also advocated for this mind body connection so the idea has been around for a long time that we are more than our physical body. I'm science however pretty much embraces the view of materialism that you know what's material was what that's all all you can see. And that's what is so. They're two different views but the sitting bedside With the dying and watching several things unfold including the journeying that they do at end of life as a transition they also have their loved ones and spirit come into the rooms to be with them and some of your listeners may have had this experience either sitting bedside with someone who's dying buying an appears to be having a conversation except there's they're only hearing one part of the conversation so the patient may say something and then stop and then say something and then stop there so they're talking to someone and the anyone in the room may not see probably not gonNA see who they're talking to but for the patients. They're very vivid in their present. And they're they're now. I know when I was in training to for this work. We were told that patients Think they see loved ones at end of life and that these are actually hallucinations. All I can say is if they are hallucinations. Everyone seems to be having them. And also because I sit in the rooms I See family members at end of life who family members and spirit who come in at end of life and they're there to provide support and comfort and the patients know that they're there as as well so they they play an important role in terms of continuity and legacy and Support so there's You know there's just a lot more going on here than what most people and certainly science realizes also also you need twenty five lessons. Each one's a kind of a short story of an experience. You had Unin some of them. You talk about communicating Taylor Pathak With the person that's in the bed even though they look completely say sleep. Well you know I am a I am a psychic. It can medium so Some of the patients have have communicated with me and you know generally what they say. Many of them say the same sorts of things that they're comfortable I mean many of them are on a narcotics cocktail. Not all of them. But many of them are and that keeps their body comfortable for the most post part but their body is separate from their mind and consciousness so what their body is is in bed and comfortable after bowl and the patient is non responsive to traditional way but their consciousness so active and And they will say to me you know this is unlike while many of them will say this is so unlike that what I expected it so beautiful when so peaceful so and you know I could be here forever and and It's it's much the same kind of remark that you hear from near death. experiencers servers You know when they're having their experience and many of them don't WanNA leave to return because it's just it's such a indescribable beautiful beautiful in Joyful it kind of experience I mean what what it's in the N. D. Parlin say call it ineffable in other words there's no way to describe it and that makes sense because experience doesn't take place on our plane we don't have the words for it but it's much the same at a physical end of life. People were traveling outside their bodies and seeing things you know we cannot got experience here on earth is not available to us. It's a higher dimension of our consciousness and certain set of circumstances has to take place for that to be be available so You know I I hear When they when some of these patients do connect act I hear much the same comments about being indescribably peaceful and joyful communicate with the deceased loved. Ones that come to collect them sometimes You know there. There've been times where I've been in the rooms and There there seemed to be Like it's sort of like A team team the comes in a family team that comes in People have asked you know. Oh my I never got along with my brother. Does that mean now. I'm going to see see my brother now. You know while I'm at end of life From what I can gather the team. The comes in comes into support you. So it's not like your archenemy or somewhere somewhere you never really got along with is going to be there. It's people who you have a bond with who you love and they love you and care for you and you're happy to see them oftentimes it's the ones that you're longing for. Who Come in? I mean in cases where there's a spouse who preceded the patient and the patient. It really wants to die. Because they miss their spouse spouse succumbs in but Yeah oftentimes. There's there's a group of family members and I have communicated with some of them and And you know they're just like family here here on earth. Each family is different. Each patient is different They're all connected but connected in their own unique ways and You know one point. I did ask a mother in spirit of one of the patients why she was in the rooms and she said well this is what we do this. Motherhood Past Shoe's on the other side and she said well this is what we do as soon as you pass. This is like a duty given to you and you would never turn it down and she said you know so we just we just know to come in and I said how do you know. And she said well you know imagine action if you have a you have memory in your cell phone right and You just push a button and some things you know it's retrieved so The same sort of thing exists here where there's a memory that is somehow triggered and connected to and and those on the other side because they are not physically in any one place they're just energy and they can be anywhere. An appearance detainees sleep. You know when that that that signal is triggered they come in and as I said you know can often be multiple family members. Sometimes it can be eh I've seen where there are generation succumb in so might not even be might be your great grandfather who you didn't know but he's coming in with the grandfather and the father so As I said the patient snow that they're there and they seem comforted by it and the loved ones is spirit right from what I've seen. Sometimes there in the corner of the room sometimes the foot of the bed. They don't they. Don't interfere they you know just quietly. Louis are there to let the patient know that they're there and when the time comes say can help them. Crossover be with them to crossover. But nobody's pushing anyone anywhere on their just. You know it's almost like if you've ever visited someone in the hospital and the patients lying in bed and you might just stand there next to the the bed. It's it's that sort of thing so the patient knows you're there that you care but you might not get into you know any kind of big conversation onto other other entities that would come and visit. Yes I have seen other entities as well. I've seen angels And other celestial beings who seem to be part of the team Angels who appeared to be doing their light work on the body body And it's it's You know it appears to be you know. Their work appears to be linked to new acting as a mechanism for the light. You know Various parts that that the patients Wellbeing and their and their body so time say will come in. I have seen guides with patients as well so you know it's it's just a world that's populated by so many and in a completely different landscape and other forms of being than what we how we reference our lives here on earth but it's it's it's important to know that All of this exists. You know that Our experiences not just about going going to hospice or hospital in lying in bed. And that's it and I think that's what terrifies people. I think the medicalisation of end of life the antiseptic septic sort of situation. I think that's what scares people and You know years ago. Hundred and fifty years ago ago was part of life. People died at home surrounded by their loved. Ones Today it's less likely because I don't about the UK but you know where I lived in the US. You know your loved ones aren't always around. You know they don't live down the street or in your neighborhood anymore. They may be halfway across the world so it sets a different kind of circumstance but Yeah death was part of life one hundred fifty years ago. During the Victorian age age people died at home surrounded by their families and That was also around the time of the invention of photography so people would have their pictures taken they can with their dead loved ones and then the and then the person who died in a would be put out into the parlor the nicest room of the house And if you go back doc culturally even farther to the ancient Egyptians The oldest known civilization about five thousand years ago I mean they believed that Death was a continuation. You know. There's there's the book of the dead You know you're in the UK the British Museum that you you can see all of this. The work that they did and all their beliefs from five thousand years ago believing the death was just a continuation So the shift. Since believed that the message US obtains believed that the Mayans incas all of them believed that the INCAS used to wrap up their dead loved ones and put them in a chair and carry them around with them to parties and ask them. You know they're advice so you know it's only when you get into the more modern era and Western medicine send that this whole idea of death becomes all about the physical body Those ancient cultures believed that there was much more curse. They were much more consciously connected as well you know that those lost all their rituals and their ways of life embraced consciousness so You know we I. It's funny because I think we like to think of ourselves as so modern and advance but if you look at some of these ancient cultures they were said a different understanding of this..
"thadi" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life
"Here. Where i grew up or home in romania where i was born or home in <hes> russia will rise thadi and work or holman holman <hes> south korea or core holmium <hes> so i really feel i i learn whatever i go to connect with mother earth in vis connection sun than i understood that we're all one <hes> ian. If we understand denver then we stay in the heart. I believe this planet action on the planet. It's a wrong with saying we as humanity we have would future a good president good future. I can see that there is so many people that would say no. The future is going to be bad for us. You know you really you have that feeling right now that especially if you watch the news which i tried to avoid as much as possible because it's very polarized in negative native and <hes> there's a lot of tribalism and hatred in the news in every channel you watch basically <hes> so your message is is that the future is positive for humanity. Yes i can tell you i'm literally going over the world not too many contests where i didn't teach each and i can tell you ea- the people's thought to cease asan feeling a different way <hes> people that yes they they now what what about this dude was going on now in natural way the feminine energies thought all one bit heart and the i'm sure very soon things are going to change on this planet that planet level of global level local level <hes> governments financial ashley can see a beat big change at i mean. I don't believe it's normal to say all your life to work for a box whose apartments auden boxes sure <hes> or to just go vet. I don't believe we supposed to have organic stores. Veterans governments veep deep approve but of the initial die because we're eating bad food and part of the population should be alive because the buy organic foods since when we have such a thing one whose plan sort of things going to change. I am <hes>. I'm invited all over the world at t._v._m. In universities and i'm i'm speaking about the same thing we had one. We understand that not. That's another story but we are all one in sooner or later we will understand why the hot is important why we have to create on the heart on the brain and why we have all of us to work together for a better planet for a better future for everything that all our ashoura talking about the elders how we coleman this elders. We're talking about the we are all one. I i can see it so maybe i have a mission is just to tell people just just stop whatever you're doing and in hayes exceed joy life goldberg and in and look what the the grass tried to take care of the planet of children of elderly people clean wold and the things are going to be. You know what's really not strange key. He looked tells me not to use those words like strange and crazy but what's really beautiful is that when i started on his process i started washing my face more. Isn't that like beautiful like in a way. It started washing my shopper yourself every day and i didn't even realize what was happening to me but you start washing your face more like little things like that. Everybody was able to go into their heart and show for themselves is is that is that <hes> that's your line lucas. That's how you explaining to your eh short for yourself every day and <hes> so tell me a little bit more about the science of this heart institute okay so people are waiting for this under science behind this science you can you know be relaxed now. Because there is science the heart so the the incidents of heart mouth is based in california right so for the last thirty years they have been researching the connection between the brain and the heart and at the same time to connection between emotions debris in the heart so what it's now proven right. What's no measurable is that the heart has the biggest electromagnetic field in the.
"thadi" Discussed on Waiting In Queue
"Like as he had for viewers and stuff, but he had a decent amount, you know what I mean. That's also though because it it is. It is summit though like he already has such a high i. mean, it's like. I don't go on their watch ir L.. Streams the only. People. I've ever watched an IRA L. Stream is Greek God act. Soda Pop. And that's because I just like watching them. So. To start a channel completely off of it, I, mean you can. It's not something you can't do I just feel like. It's not as popular as what they want. That's why they're just doing like just I feel like just chatting way way more popular than. Iro and it's practically Iro, but you're sitting there at your computer. Can. Read it I mean. That's like all. Greek. God. Doesn't and. I mean, tons of big streamers. All they do. Now, it's fucking easy. They can be lazy and get tons of money though. I think that's why there's so many. Light switch thought. Like Olenin going crazy A. Couple of hours than they already have like ten grand in their pocket Jesus, Christ. Did. Theirs. Okay. So there's this mixer. Girl. She has got like. Thirteen hundred followers, she's like trying to go for partner. And She followed me I on on mixer. Non My. INSTAGRAM account. For whatever reason I was. Samantha is not working which ended up being. And Did I stopped in. Washington. Stream a little bit one day, and do she had her donation bar up there? She had like somebody just like within I thirty minutes like a thousand bucks. But she was she was actually gaming. So like I don't know why. I'm sure if she wasn't gaming, she was like being more Thadi, she would've made more money but. I. Really. Yeah she doesn't. Got A. Streaming lab her computer to. The as. Wants. Are you?.
"thadi" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!
"That's totally fine. Anyone can do everyone. I think it's great that you're also doing other stuff beforehand <hes> but like you have to talk talk about this kind of stuff like i personally don't know any guys who don't enjoy blowjobs unless they're not good like then like it's the same thing i've known with girls who don't like when guys go down on them. It's one of my friends. She hated it in high school and she was like no hate it. We are like let me new hate. It's like no. It's like the worst thing ever like. It's not like it does not work for me and then like once you like we got into college. She goes no no. I love it like this. Guy was just really not good but i'm sure there are some some people who genuinely like don't enjoy that like those kinds of things but i would say like. I don't know it's confusing to me. How that's the one thing out of all of the other things that you you guys are doing. That's the one maybe a small penis and he's insecure. <hes> could care what the size of peanuts mouth or a hand though ooh i would say hand town. I've got big ass hands. Yeah you could just be nervous. I mean i remember when i was a freshman in college like members boy oy shout out to corey. I know you're doing launch chicago of him. The first two weeks we were in our dorm together like can were sleeping in cuddling on like you can't take off my boxers those nervous af limit never been with a guy before and <hes> once they came off like they just stayed off yeah uh so it could be that but also i don't know how old they are like. What if she's like fifteen. They're twenty two. Oh okay. Does he watch porn. I feel like no no probably vinnie to watch porn together. Maybe that's it. That's something that you guys are cool with. I think that'd be a great idea because at the same time like in my mind. I'm thinking like the advice. I'd give you make a blowjob. Hotter is a dirty slut like just get real like thadi not with it but if the if if if the issue for him he's feeling like this is a sin and he's feeling like that. That's i don't necessarily think will work but i think you have to get down to the root cause of why hi and ask him and then also like you're being so upfront and honest with us and saying like you clearly just wanna get down to the bottom of it and it's not like a pride. I'm embarrassed paris. Oh god i don't want him to tell me if i'm bad kind of thing and maybe if you really preface it with him and he can feel comfortable telling you like. Maybe it's the fact that like oh. You know what i thought not that. I was cool with us doing stuff before we got married. <hes> <hes> i turns out like i'm not and i'm feeling all the guilt about it and i'm not really able to enjoy myself or he's like you know what it's not necessarily what i like that much or maybe he doesn't know what he likes and he's like hey can we watch porn together and like figure this out. <hes> maybe amp up to like sensuality. Maybe you don't have to be actual. All the time on romantic dates like spend time together because that usually is like the the lube to <unk> keeping it romantic and is he coming in general. I'd like to know that if he's not finishing at all aw that's another story yeah another podcast yeah so call us back. Let us know if he's coming at all like if there's y y you're saving yourself off if he's also taking himself for the same reason and then <hes> yeah if he's coming at all and are you coming to our number one yeah. You're not married yeah yeah so and are you guys master mutually master. Oh you're mutually masturbating. He's totally companies depleted and he's like oh..
"thadi" Discussed on Someone's Gotta
"I think I think you create on weird we could sacked stories when it was called, Dan man. Oh. Dan, man. I will when I was young. I started your door sales pitch. This free. Yeah defense how you prefer. Yeah. Yes. What is it paying it gets really interesting? When you see. You ready for college? How much college run two thousand dollars? That's a star. Hey, it's the someone's got a podcast. What's up? It's Amy Jay, and I'm here with Josh Bearman. What's a you almost didn't talk. So that didn't was I supposed to. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Guys quite a pop here. Yeah. Tell them about yourself. Shoutout. I'm Josh Bearman. Here to talk about side hustles and living in a van. That's why I bought my friend. Dan, the van man, Dan, man. Oh fan man tan. Dan, man. Van. Dan, gotta get writer. Man say Dan, the fan man. But at that's either way, you know, I'm open to being called whatever as long as there's van endanger the name. Oh, okay, great. Great. Okay. Now. He has an SUV, so that's the other part. This is all sham. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I, I grew up with my Toyota forerunner and they're like, hey, I thought you lived in a van. Yeah, I'm like, Well, I, I used. Two and you trade it in my traded it in. Okay. Shall we can talk about that? But yes, this is just interesting. Yeah. Interest rates Josh here. Dan is here. They're drinking. I'm not drinking cheers. We're going to talk today, about living a minimalist lifestyle and also side hustles, because, you know, some of us can't live minimalist lifestyle. So we need extra money to do extra things, if you're listening on Spotify tunes iheartradio, please give us a like subscribe, your aggressively, pushing the subscribe button over there. And goes a rating if you don't want to give us a five, I don't want to fucking rating. That's. That's all. So I guess we'll start with everyone giving us a little bio how you got here where you're from and we always like relationship status around here. Okay. John from Arizona. Currently residing in Denver, Colorado, loving it here. Getting that beautiful summer weather. Sorry, ladies I am taken for a long time to you longtime in a very loving relationship. And. To a haughty Thadi with the body. And yeah. And a little bit about side, hustling and a little bit about living in a van, not as much as my, my man, Dan. Okay. Dan near turn. All right. So, yes, my name is Dan. I do live in van. Well again, I don't even industry. What sounds so much better? When you say Lavigne say all live in SUV people like what? But if your name was Charles, we wouldn't have. Yeah, so it's just like what I say. Oh, I'm I'm stating my van tonight. I'm not staying in my van of SUV but it's just easier rolls off the tongue. A little better than makes sense. It'd be like, oh, yeah. Oh, I love in life, but no one understands SUV life. Okay. It's still mad. But where yes, so I'm from Michigan originally bowl to live near fan there. It's a little cold here as well. Your van. I'll tell you what this winter was interesting but teaches you lot about yourself but yeah, from Michigan originally moved to Zona where I met this wonderful human being right here when I was about nine. The shocker symbol. Yeah. Don't you dare? Oh, it's other way. It depends. How it depends. How you prefer pink. It gets really interesting when you see. Anyways, it gets really interesting. When you see little kids, do it. Arizona state games and they're just throwing up the shock. And you're like, that's awesome. That's for college. Whoa. Yeah. Yeah. We went to college together. I mean we met through mutual friend that was in my dorm Cowan will shout out shot. We live in a dorm, I did live in a dorm. I had housing at one point, not it was born into ban. Belong. Wow. It'd be also people who have done. Know a raised in the minimalist lifestyle. But I unfortunately was not Chris far less dead. Turn it around. Were you raised by hoarders? No bomber beating babies. And she had like, hundreds of beanie babies your SUV is not lined with beanie babies. No. I think she's still has them, though. Yeah, they're going to it's going to be a fortune one day, one day, one day those being able to make money. But yeah, so we met in Arizona, when yes, we're nineteen twenty years old. And then after that it was just kind of like I was I was very nomadic, but I did not live in a vehicle. It was I moved back to Michigan, then moved to California San Diego for about eight years. And that's when I got a little taste of people who lived in cars, as a choice, and as a lifestyle because there was all these as a choice on. Right. That isn't very important. I'm glad you caught onto that, but yeah, there is a lot of these surf bums that would live in their in the vans and just surf all day. All they're like, wow. This is fascinating in so that's where I got my little taste of like alternative living before we get there far. Yeah. What's your relationship status? Oh, yeah. Sorry. Well, I so I say. Because I want to know how women feel when you take them back to the van slash SUV. Okay. Yeah. Everyone likes to talk about that. What happens date? What happens when you go on its? Right. He does. Well, yeah. I mean to meet people. Are you single? I am single and he's ready to mingle lean reading. Yes. But I do I do like the idea of being married to my car sounds super lame. But there is, but there's this relationship you do have with your vehicle. Right. And I married to the lifestyle audio sachse vehicle. I think I can get creative on, on weird weird sex stories. It was called the whole put the spare tire. Yeah. But now to be honest with you. So, so the daylights it's interesting because I I'm I feel like I'm married to this lifestyle. So it's not necessarily the car the lifestyle, right? So I, I have so many things on my plate that attained a life in the lifestyle that dating is kind of like on the back burner. You know, I will go on to meet people, but it's not like I'm looking for a relationship, right? It's very much like I again, I like to meet people. And if you're on board with this lifestyle, and I'll come out while I guess, if we can go there, if I do go under on the podcast yet. Well, yes, this big, I know you could find a girl to pull her van up next to your van, and then, you know, sleep or whatever. And then Hika fourteen in the morning. Yeah. You'd be in heaven, heaven. Okay. Yeah, I guess if anyone's out there that lives in a Van Dyke fourteen hours, every day use the plan now use the pump from. That's right. This is. Have you seen that Netflix? It was on Netflix, Hulu the guy free solo Alto van. So. Stays in the van. But then at the end. She didn't ruin his life about a house to house. She was a bitch, the whole time. Whoa. Okay. She dropped him off the things. John time. I love and support right before he did his first free solo. He was. He was about to do any didn't want to tell her, and then he told her and she goes, would you ever consider not doing it for me? Bitch. Yeah. What, what did she do? She got smart and she left. No. And then he started to do it and freaked out and didn't do it. And then she left. Yeah. She should have been. No, they're still together though. I know. But I don't like her, and I think they shouldn't be I think she's great. I don't know if you could have done it without her support. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah, that was that was obviously, it was interesting. The other side of the table right now. I will definitely with the fact that he's, he's dedicated to what he was doing. And that's all I wanted to do. Yeah. And he met someone. And I think is great, if you don't whatever you see in the movies. Documentaries, which see, but you know that, honestly that when I saw that film, I was like, that's how I I'm dedicated to the lifestyle, and if someone wants to join and add to the experience, that's what I'm four but I just I guess I haven't met anyone yet. Yeah. Yeah. Together together. There's a difference also between the levels at which you do it like he has a kitchen. Ms van, you don't have a kitchen in your van. You know what I mean? Like my parents would spend two to three months every summer in Europe in a van Nevada also, but it had a kitchen. And like a bed, and like it was bigger than your average fan like it was not an RV. But so that part definitely intrigues me. But let's start with side hustles lately. I've been crushing the side hustle game. Nice. I place on Airbnb on the weekends. This is how we start when we started talking because I was sleeping in my garage. Okay. I had Airbnb guests in my house. Normally I camp on the weekends. Yeah. And let people stay in my house. And then I make like four to five hundred dollars a weekend. But the weekend, I had to work on Saturday. And I was like, where do I sleep with also three dogs because I also do Rover. So I had three dogs in my garage over dogs. Okay. It's OG sitting oh, the dachshund. Yeah. And I usually take the dog camping with me because what's better than that? And then I really got fucked over and I slept in my garage. Get fucked over. You got pay. Paid huger hustler the gig economy, they did it, and then I paid for a trip to believe so. Now the fuck us. Have been called the Queen of the side hustle. And I'm really excited to be making that money, but not excited to be paying taxes on that money later, not axes. No ret. You don't pay taxes. Don't tell the I think I'm gonna go on right now and say that I don't pay taxes crazy. I pay all of my attentions job, and I and I get to. Do do a little bit door Dallas, you know, and I'm planning on paying taxes on that. So they don't take taxes out don't. Yeah. You gotta keep track of that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But Josh what side hustles are you doing? You're still five settling. I've been a long time side-hustle tell us. So when, when I was young, I started door to door sales selling crack, I wasn't cracked, but it was commissioned based door to door sales. That's the ultimate muscle code knives. Wasn't cut co knives? But vaccines, don't judge? I don't judge those people. The vacuums a big ticket item to have got. One day, you're good, rich. Got in the vacuum Kirby. I did. I did windshield replacements sales. Door, which is great. You walk your windshield is, hey, man. You want this someone has to buy this into their driveway and you look at their vehicle as you walk up, and you can see that they need your services. How is it out of the ones? Trust needed a windshield in Arizona glass, damage, and wait a minute. You're, you're, you're urging trespassing to look for damage on via. You're going. Person season. Sarah, what are you doing? Oh, don't worry man. I'm just checking your car for cracks in your windshield. No worries..
"thadi" Discussed on Head Speaks
"He's a great actor still see him as alfred but he did throw pretty role is will lady luck. You'll gib- abdulaziz crap. I thought really good at the whole lexical things he kinda displayed but other than that i mean i thought he didn't have the bunny which usually the comic but they were starting to grow before. He died but other than that i thought he looked like he should while compared to the volvo nation. I can't wait him d._c. For that because again i think doomsday looks remove. His shoes and i can look to lots of creature did have to blame moral for making in their abominate. Look less like a large will also give hate to the martha scene. I enjoyed that. I thought autumn's appropriate it. Coulda probably didn't read a little better. Maybe but auburn hills stupid of the same name again the the movie didn't make that up both bruce an car cav. Moms say names. There's just the first time i take her reference mentioned in in brockton the detail that they share the same name and again a lot of bills made no says does me because to me batman and get go got to par my main problem m._b. Charter you it goes back to my main problem bambi into all in quotes in this this case that batman started off more like i might begin like bam we see from the comics still the dark night but not as willing to let it will die. He doesn't this movie as green line earlier when he's talked with with alfred bruce says along the lines of there's no give us we mean the villains now for said there used to be which says that batman wasn't always this cold and heartless in the past is death robin plus they also yell twenty years of crime fighting led to this point and so he's fighting superman and soon superman and tells you know saved martha that mentioned that i while inches his mom well not much mamba the it's his mom's nasal makes it they his mom and it makes we're allies. What am i am. I started isn't in honor of my parents to veg parents to honor my parents memory and this this is my turn into my mom could see me and my mom martha cassini now she would be ashamed of me and also then when law lowest comes up and tells them that that's his mom's name <unk>. Mom's name it makes bruce again in my opinion is not really maybe eighty. That's part of the problem is not quite clearly stated in the movie but i think we'll use your brain and think about things but i think it makes bruce. Stay you. You know his his alien creature. That came here brought structure honors. Even though we know it's not cements fault that zog came and try to destroy world superman stop from happening for bruce respect to this came in and helped destroy large check metropolis and finding out that he has a mom just like he does in fact very close to his mom is the name thing plus factor both hot. That's entirely makes them realize that. Maybe superman's not this alien monster. Thadi audie was it may be there is there's this earth humanitarian standout forum. He's got him on. Maybe a little no more human and quotes than brucie. Give them credit for again. I've been written a little better. Maybe a little clunky but i personally enjoy. I thought it very fitting and another seen people give crap to is the seeing when cork has bruce. Go save his mom so batman. Shows is up to martha can't and yeah. She's like our unique as your son's ariza who you're out. You're not heard of assange is fighting minutes ago. I people need to chill up bike out. I mean e._s. They were fighting. He try to kill unless you want to go but they again bama kind of softened a little bit and this is a bit of emergency and spit instead of saying half an hour explained into clark's mom al we. I thought your show was eight monsters. I was trying to kill him that they we phase out carlin we until you got let's see new moms and maybe <unk> half are explaining why he's here to save or it's quick woman movie also d._c. Slash warner brothers doesn't seem to have their act together. Note does not doing yet which is part of the problem move dc universe movies after overall. Oh but justice league. I i enjoy as i said batman superman wonder woman. I enjoyed the guy that played cyborg. I did enjoy the movie. I thought he was very wonky. Who look like c._g._i. And i'm the kinda guy that doesn't usually know c._g._i. The issues like a super moustache from client about. I didn't know the problem with that now. Apparently some re-shoots henry cavill shooting being <hes> mission impossible six seven fifty five or whatever they're up to and in that movie had a mustache while universal universal. Whoever does the mission impossible movies did mom shaved moustache c._j. Now i recall off watch against ed seattle. I didn't i knew about it but i didn't see i didn't notice any of those within their supplying but cyborg i noticed was very c._g._i. Like other care for flash. I ate the costs you my thought the character do corp. Job was horribly. Nali was not blonde who's black hair which bugs the hell out of me and he looks like he was at a._d._d. Or something news in the united c._s._v. having that problem. That's not gary cohn gary allen. You need to make berry out. He was unemployed. Living else were huddled or whatever scraping a piece technology technology together. That's not very ellen. Bruce had job at the end. I dislike the whole character the whole thing to get the cautious four bless. I said the special effects was interesting that that make everything else also intensely disliked us. Auto bro has hasman wife calm. He's in a frat guy than aquaman haidar care. I hated the whole cut abro attitude the ad add characters what really brought this down to second place for me if he's has been written better made venable higher maybe voice. I've got one more spot but it could be higher. Also the villain steppenwolf was a bad villain. I he was a c._g._i. At a fake looking i i think they shouldn't let for dark side like originally the way too but i can understand why they didn't didn't since dietmar was coming out with and they've been they've been slowly. Introducing famous are tired and sales to very much the same character derek company so i can understand why they wanna go dark side since dietmar <unk> entity status and they would just be people now so now <unk> oh yeah but that's the character.
"thadi" Discussed on The Headcast Network
"A great actor still see him as alfred but he did throw pretty role is will lady luck. You'll gib- abdulaziz crap. I thought really good at the whole lexical things he kinda displayed but other than that i mean i thought he didn't have the bunny which usually the comic but they were starting to grow before. He died but other than that i thought he looked like he should while compared to the volvo nation. I can't wait him d._c. For that because again i think doomsday looks remove. His shoes and i can look to lots of creature did have to blame moral for making in their abominate. Look less like a large will also give hate to the martha scene. I enjoyed that. I thought autumn's appropriate it. Coulda probably didn't read a little better. Maybe but auburn hills stupid of the same name again the the movie didn't make that up both bruce an car cav. Moms say names. There's just the first time i take her reference mentioned in in brockton the detail that they share the same name and again a lot of bills made no says does me because to me batman and get go got to par my main problem m._b. Charter you it goes back to my main problem bambi into all in quotes in this this case that batman started off more like i might begin like bam we see from the comics still the dark night but not as willing to let it will die. He doesn't this movie as green line earlier when he's talked with with alfred bruce says along the lines of there's no give us we mean the villains now for said there used to be which says that batman wasn't always this cold and heartless in the past is death robin plus they also yell twenty years of crime fighting led to this point and so he's fighting superman and soon superman tells you know saved martha that mentioned that i while inches his mom well not much mamba the it's his mom's nasal makes it they his mom and it makes we're allies. What am i am. I started isn't in honor of my parents to veg parents to honor my parents memory and this this is my turn into my mom could see me and my mom martha cassini now she would be ashamed of me and also then when law the lowest comes up and tells them that that's his mom's name <unk>. Mom's name it makes bruce again in my opinion is not really maybe eighty. That's part of the problem is not quite clearly stated in the movie but i think we'll use your brain and think about things but i think it makes bruce. Stay you. You know his his alien creature. That came here brought structure honors. Even though we know it's not cements fault that zog came and try to destroy world superman stop from happening for bruce respect to this came in and helped destroy large check metropolis and finding out that he has a mom just like he does in fact very close to his mom is the name thing plus factor both hot. That's entirely makes them realize that. Maybe superman's not this alien monster. Thadi audie was it may be there is there's this earth humanitarian standout forum. He's got him on. Maybe a little no more human and quotes than brucie giving them credit for again. My been written a little better. Maybe a little clunky but i personally enjoy. I thought it very fitting and another seen people give crap to is the seeing when cork has bruce. Go save his mom so batman. Shows is up to martha can't and yeah. She's like our unique as your son's ariza who you're out. You're not heard of assange is fighting minutes ago. I people need to chill up bike out. I mean e._s. They were fighting. He try to kill unless you want to go but they again bama kind of softened a little bit and this is a bit of emergency and spit instead of saying half an hour explained into clark's mom al we. I thought your show was eight monsters. I was trying to kill him that they we phase out carlin. We got let's see new. Moms and maybe <unk> half are explaining why he's here to save or it's quick warner brothers doesn't seem to have their act together. Note does not doing yet which is part of the problem move dc universe movies after overall. Oh but justice league. I i enjoy as i said batman superman wonder woman. I enjoyed the guy that played cyborg. I did enjoy the movie. I thought he was very wonky. Who look like c._g._i. And i'm the kinda guy that doesn't usually know c._g._i. The issues like a super moustache from client about. I didn't know the problem with that now. Apparently some re-shoots henry cavill shooting being <hes> mission impossible six seven fifty five or whatever they're up to and in that movie had a mustache while universal universal. Whoever does the mission impossible movies did mom shaved moustache c._j. Now i recall off watch against ed seattle. I didn't i knew about it but i didn't see i didn't notice any of those within their supplying but cyborg i noticed was very c._g._i. Like other care for flash. I ate the costs you my thought the character do corp. Job was horribly. Nali was not blonde who's black hair which bugs the hell out of me and he looks like he was at a._d._d. Or something news in the united c._s._v. having that problem. That's not gary cohn gary allen. You need to make berry out. He was unemployed. Living else were huddled or whatever scraping a piece technology technology together. That's not very ellen. Bruce had job at the end. I dislike the whole character the whole thing to get the cautious four bless. I said the special effects was interesting that that make everything else also intensely disliked us. Bro has hasman wife calm. He's in a frat guy than aquaman haidar care. I hated the whole cut abro attitude. The add add characters what really brought this down to second place for me if he's has been written better made venable higher maybe voice. I've got one more spot but it could be higher. Also the villain steppenwolf was a bad villain. I he was a c._g._i. At a fake looking i i think they shouldn't let for dark side like originally the way too but i can understand why they didn't didn't since dietmar was coming out with and they've been they've been slowly. Introducing famous are tired and sales to very much the same character derek company so i can understand why they wanna go dark side since dietmar <unk> entity status and they would just be people now so now <unk> oh yeah but that's the character.
"thadi" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast
"Goes through my bluetooth and call the patient. Do you have to have issues with podiatrists collecting co pays in the duck tables? All. Issues. They're not doing it. That's the issue that was that about. Where it's about because people dodges a phrase ask for money, and they forget how much they're offering in giving to the patient with the values ran copays are like thirty three dollars. The patient knows they have to pay for this. So he asked for it does say, how would you like to pay for that or not I really bait for that? It's really easy. Trump's company actually requires you to pay as for in collected 'cause it's sort of going against the policies of not collecting it. And then every time for thirty five dollars co pay time he said a statement, you're losing money on the thirty dollars win, not gearing burst promptly. You can't afford to lose that clothing, everything that you possibly can affront is you add teen about as on that. It's great the things you need to say do ask you shouldn't be afraid. Patients expects you to discuss Monday at them today. So just ask all that deposited asking. It's not like they're not patient's pain than not asking. Now, they are patients who are beyond the patients give your hard time on what have you? But you have to from the first visit made them know that you're gonna be clicking every single time. Coming right. It's not my fault. You have five thousand dollars deductible that you haven't met. Yeah. But you could do that. You so's empathy saying it is crazy Ray the healthcare systems going, I dug myself, and you have either dot Qabail. But I'm does the middle guy here. That's what I'm supposed to do. But you know, the situations if you could buy my curiosity row quick are a lot of services that y'all do covered by insurance. Like, you know, if we do an insert like an orthopedic galore getting paid for all cash in. We're like. But for your for your profession, that's kind of like a bread and butter thing that you'll do already more likely to cover it. And so I do cover them and some don't some it's based on diagnosis and yet to go through that whole rigmarole on checking that out and pre certification would have his my takeaway, or might opinion real treating patients. I tell my socialists. Don't look at the insurance information immediately, many see treating the patient you have options ABMC in my practice. So if as uncovered maybe be covered a piece will help them, but give them what they need don't assume that they can afford or not if if the customer thought is better than the accommodated over the counter Thadi than basically tell that's what they need. Now. They really can't afford it time. You know, I understand on. We do have something for you is going to be permanent. It's not. Gas much control. But it's better than nothing, and you have it, but don't give people more than they need them. Exactly what they need Ren. They needed. No matter. What? So that's what's gonna make you a really good doctor because met as Mayes. Why sale time Mary refers Joan to practice. Jones autonomous Joan can't afford your thought it's not covered by insurance. Joan does not get your thoughts. Jomo office out nothing in shoot. Without any kind of help John Joe, walks out sees mayor berry says I thought I send you to tuition why still limping so now what's gonna say John say can't afford your. That's embarrassing. Right. She's say doctor, she could not help me. So now who looks bad either band. So I had to do something to help her. Anyway, I can in work. Rid her return insurance in or what have you? But you can't the people where they need no matter if it's covered or not because that's the right thing to do. And then you were presented their insurance or lack of insurance at to have a couple of direct questions short, but I will spend it to this. So what are the type of clients that you enjoy working within would want to have for yourself? So I'm the podiatrist to rockers university side, treeline, they athletes love athletes, so
"thadi" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hefty ultra-strong trash bags always at an ultra low price. There are best bags yet. And they cost less than glad force flex were sold head to head. So you'll be happy Abby hefty ultra strong, arm and hammer odor control available at Sam's Club. But everybody nicotine Leo here on seven twenty WGN. We are back and live in the AllState skylines studio here until five AM Steve Grzanich has the opening bell at five great Steve Cochran at six for your morning drive on this Friday, and it is Friday, which means fly Jahan's Friday a little bit later on. We got you big dummy coming up straight out of context, Nick de show spies, much more. And we are going to talk about some of the biggest movie bums of all time and some of the stories behind why those movies bombed and some of them are really surprising because some of them have gone on to be really revered and loved movies, but they started out his bombs. So that's all coming up. Our phone number is three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk and text. You can also follow us on Twitter at Nick de show and stay connected on our Facebook page at Facebook dot com slash Nick de show. Hey coming up in may may sixteenth seventeenth and eighteenth is the Chicago Zine fest, which is a showcase and a celebration of. Small press and independent publishers from all over the place and the organizer of that festival is Jon ward Zach and he joins us to talk all about it. Welcome back, John. Hey, thanks. All right, man. Hey, so what's your personal connection to to have you done some? Yeah. So I've been making jeans pro working around decade for making a little bit before that of. Have dabbled in running for nonprofits base that has catered to all community like let you know people. Call them make leans still hosted reading series before that like allows people who, you know, they'll publish whether their students or there's comics makers, or you know, all through self publishing their own books, you know, reading series it allows people to share stuff. So my that kind of, you know, pass dizzying beans gyms have been mixed one. But yeah, it's always been a fun thing that's semi motivated for you know, decades. What's the what's the Chicago Zine community? Like tell me a little bit about that. John. So I think it was touching on earlier that you know, we were really fortunate to have Quimby bookstore. Sure. Yeah. And again know, there's a lot of great resources like just wanna cress and the library. You know, the places where you can kind of do make things or you can you share, you know, be part of the community. So so we're we as a bigger city with to physically do that. And there's a lot of great events like a meanwhile reading series, which, you know, showcases people who make Zine in comics and not dead is another reading series that showcases, you know, people who are literally making and doing stuff and then getting them reading on sharing it with the public because they're all right. So the Zine the Chicago Zine fest celebrating its tenth year. Congratulations on that. By the way. And it is may sixteenth through the eighteenth. Tell me about all the events in what's happening, and how people can participate and be a part of it where it's happening and all that good stuff. So people can go. So as you mentioned that way too. Find a lot about our information is going on our site on my website, you know, our org, but we're we kind of expanded the programming if you will this year by adding that Thursday, the sixteenth partnering with our friends at are deposed special collections of archives. Again, that's one more. You know, kind of on thing we have in the city of Chicago is. Academic resources that click Zemzem, you know, house them for research purposes, and let students use them for, you know, those kind of burning opportunities, you know, we're working with to open it up into the public four event on that Thursday. So we're having the, you know, archive tour can kind of see some stuff that's been collected over the years. And then having a panel discussion daughter on beans using Zine as a social change. And so forget this work because again, as you mentioned to be the topic because what anything is dangerous zany stuff happening. You know, sort of Justice is really hot topic and something that, you know, very meaningful full people who are, you know, wanting to just get their voices out there and get their, you know, depressions out. So we have a panel discussion with bench of diverse folks chatting about that. And kind of how they using the way to crap. Get they'll get theirs. Their word out there. You know, spending Thadi having some some fun stuff. We are having a reading of people who make owns equities bookstore. And then our friends at cards against humanity are hosting were doing a mock jeopardy Phil that's based on June. So we're getting special guests that are going to be paying contestants and I'll be hosting myself. And we'll be doing some question it all kind of tiny Zine. So that should be kind of a funny school jeopardy. Jeopardy thing. And then, of course, Saturday is the actual expedition where we'll have the two hundred plus people and plumbers union hall, just tabling and kind of selling and trading and. L interacting public. You know, so you can go see what's out there, and what people are making. And it's going to be a pretty pretty busy week weekend for us. But yeah, that's kind of a game celebrating something like this kind of go all in. Yeah. So yeah. So we're getting more information. You know, specific information about our guest to who's reading and kill location Mavericks times fun stuff, you know, on our website and things like that. But a looking forward to having having some fun for ten year. Yeah. Sounds great. And again, people can get all the.
"thadi" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"World commentaries on today's events historical reflection. That will give a new perspective to the black community Joshua's trail with elder law. Newell. Reading. Here we go one down. On talk shows like none other Joshua's trail, black conservative talk coming from Judeo-Christian perspective looking at life through the lens of scripture thankful to God for allowing us to be here. One more time to share with you as we say again black conservative talk coming from Judeo-Christian perspective looking at life through the lens of scripture that conservatives that believe that God has blessed us to accomplish many things in America. And I remind my young brothers and sisters out there. Some of these historically significant items that people of color accomplished before folks said that we were so inferior that we had to have extra points in this that and the other just quite quickly. I want to highlight eighteen ninety three Daniel hill Williams. Performed the world's first successful hot operation on July ninth. Eighteen ninety three the open heart serve you was executed at providence hospital in Chicago, Illinois. A hospital formed by Dr William he opened the chest. So James Cornish, a labor who had been stabbed. And did what was necessary sold him back up successfully doing the operation. So, hey, they again, these are the types of things we hope will inspire everybody to do their best and reach for the sky. And if you fall fall among the clouds, hey, busy out here. We we're in the midst of something new here at the station. Something new at the station. We have got. New equipment here. So we operating from a different perspective. Relative to what to click how to click click. So we might have a few glitches. I doubt it. I see Bruce is up already. So I'm thinking that the new board is working pretty good wherever you ought today. 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So we decided to go ahead and do a pass last week. But here we are again live and in living color so much going on so much going on in our world today and so much is happening on the elliptical arena. We look at things through the spectrum of our faith, and believing that ultimately that things are done God's what he's done the right way. Things not done his way, not necessarily going to be successful going to take you right to our lead story, and we're going to jump into our folder. I love to hear from your out there. We love to hear from listen love to know who's listening where so give us a call. Give us a ring at one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. Well, we we had the debacle there. I'm telling the the battle for the border money and. Boy, I don't know who you know, some say who won who lost. I know it was hard on the people in the middle. It was hard on the people in the middle. And we're glad that day. We'll be able to save their homes their houses and go get some, groceries, etc. And all these things just give us cause to be prayerful and ask God to help us as we look at so many things going on around us. So I'm going to the lead story, I'm going to the league story. And we're going to read the lead story for you today. I think is so pertinent to be reminded of what I'm about to read because it has to do with what we're seeing happen right now in America. So first time caller, we'd love to hear from you. And hey that does not exclude our regulars, but we love to hear from out of town. First time callers that want to share with us as we travel down freedom's highway on Joshua's trail. Let me read from a book I've read from often here on Joshua's trail. Wow. The largest starting to fill up. I'm looking at the board here while it's it's different. It's this boys got green on it. And then there's another call this another color from New York. And looking at the lead story, though inspirational piece from the monumental study guide. You remember remember I have read from the monumental study guide on numerous occasions. Great work. Stephen McDowell and great great information in this book, restoring America as the land of liberty. Not as just just just popped in my head. Restoring America as the land of liberty Stephen McDowell. And as I look at that. I look at it with a great degree of concern. Can we be restored? Can we be restored? Have we gone? So far off the ranch have we strayed so far from the basics that we capitulated. So on the on the principles is their way back. What do you think how a win? Is there a way back? How you think do you think we can rebuild the walls on so Bill data walls and all the walls joined together to the half the of because the people had a mind to work. Do you think that the walls of our nation can be rebuilt? Well. I'm telling you if you read your bible, if you read your bible, tentatively and watch how God operates where America is now is not a good spot from a biblical perspective. But again, let me read monumental restoring America as the land of liberty. He own page. Two four in this book tour for socialism is a religion. Socialism is a religion chapter eleven from monumental study guide. Socialism is a religion socialism has been one of the greatest enemies of liberty. And of Christianity in the past. It will be one of the greatest threat to Christianity in the twenty first century socialism can be defined as government control or ownership of property, and or the production of goods and services socialistic government's claim authority over all property. This is bad enough. But such states claim of ownership goes much further. They also claim that the body over the children in the nation. Don't get me started. Don't get me started. Don't get me started. They also claim a Thadi over the children in a nation. Thus the state seeks to educate provide for direct and regulate their activities. The state seeks to be parents, God created individuals and three division institutions family, church and state he has given certain authority and responsibility to each of these one institution has absolute authority over any other institution today. The state has come to be seen as an all encompassing. Thadi over men and other institutions this is socialism when the government bureaucrat elected or not acts under this belief. They like blind man who lead the blind into the ditch to limit the all Pablo state man must be self governed under God and his law only God is a premium and can exercise supreme power. No, man or institution should ever exercise supreme power, especially regarding matters of economy. Therefore, no, central planning agencies should rule over entire the entire Konami. As in communist countries. Wow. That's quite a statement. Socialism is a religion. That assumes all property belongs to society that is the state there should be no private property. No, ma'am will work as hard for society in general as they will for themselves and their families. But I have a great book. I have a great agree that greater definition of socialism than that. But that's what we're dealing with in these rising. I don't want to call them stars these rising folks, especially on the left side of the aisle who think government is supposed to resolve every problem solve every situation and be in control of everything. You don't look to beyond the hills from when come if you will help you look to the government who control everything and let me tell you. That is not a good thing. Look at Venezuela. Look at Russia. Look at the other nations that tried to rule by them in that type of mindset, I was reading, and I might have it in my pile today. One of the oh, yeah. Here it is the real United Nations and one of the persons that influenced the United Nations in its infancy was someone by the name of Alice Bailey, and Alice has some strange ideas, and here's but a few of them take God and prayer out of the education system. Now this lady if I'm reading correctly was interested and part of the mindset the philosophical approach to what we might even call the one world government people in whatever. But nevertheless, she miss Bailey was a right of more than twenty four books on numerous subjects and was one of the first writers to use the term new age. She was a leading disciple of the Russian. Just killed. That word, but anyway, another Russian leader, and she was very much influenced by these folks, and she was very much in instrumental in some of the things that are even in play today. And here is what she said take God and prayer out of the education system now when when was this let me get this date. Correct. When this lady was on the scene Alice started, a publishing house in nineteen twenty two, you know, a lot of them folks, what they had in mind in nineteen twenty two. We are now dealing with in twenty eight nineteen because one of one of her concept was take God and prayer out of the educational system and listen to number to reduce parental authority over children now like in California. If a parent says son, you you must son you are not my daughter when we when the doctor shoulders to you when you came out, your, mommy, you had certain little Plum. Coming. There told us you were our son, and you cannot be a girl. Well, the laws of California say you cannot do that. Now, you cannot you can not in California. But the point I raised us that this is this is connected to socialism. This is this lady way back then talking about that's item number two on there and then destroy traditional Christian family structure. Oh my God. I mean. I mean, we remember this was nineteen twenties. And Alice started a publishing company in nineteen twenty two these things these people were in spouses back then if sex is free make abortion, legal and easy. This is nineteen twenty two. She wasn't spouse in these philologist make divorce easier and legal free people from the concept of marriage for life and all my God. Make homosexual an alternative lifestyle debate. Art, make it run mad use media to promote and change in mindset. Create an interfaith movement. Get government to make all these laws and get the church to endorse these changes. My goodness. You look at these things now. And then you hear people like miss and miss Warren. You know, Pocahontas me this one this one this one. We will not build a stupid wall. Sexism, racism, homophobia, and big bigotry have no place in the U S A. That's miss. That's MS one. We believe that equal means..
"thadi" Discussed on Yep. I Did That
"Smoke signals you saw in the air that told you to do something you shouldn't be doing, like do baking soda. Slather your whole body and baking lather, just every day, and they go lay in the sun and you're gonna look like your twelve with no wrinkles, and Thadi onto a twenty two year the fountain of youth. Yes. No. That is not true here to tell you. That's not true. Exactly. So I- Jonah usually will fall for a lot of those things in Amanda is a registered dietitian with all sorts of knowledge. And she is who kinda grounds us in the science. So she'll tell us don't do that. And it's really needed into his society. Exactly do it with every blog and internet, and Instagram, influencers telling you what you should or shouldn't try. We're here to say, don't listen. Yeah. It's what science says that we should or shouldn't do. Yeah. And today, we're actually going to hop right in yet, and we're talking about just like healthy green cleaning, and why we should do it or why we shouldn't. Yeah. Like what's in the stuff that we use? And why does it matter? If we buy the really cheap version or the really nice, quote, unquote, green version. Yeah, yeah. There's so many things to talk about. And we have decided that on our one year, Mark, we're going to be going into some seasons. So this is going to be your taste of the cleaning stuff, and we're gonna get into a lot of detail in our future seasons on like different parts. Like specifically talking about studies and specifically talking about a lot of things. So just know that like this is going to be are quick intro. You're getting so much more coming. Yeah. In honestly, some of this stuff like I'm super passionate about and love regards to start before we get to a season. So if we can talk you into being even a little bit more conscious in the products, you're buying using for cleaning in your home than that's a win to me agreed. Agreed. So obviously, we're going to say the history an Amandas doing it this week. I met her at it. Not way better. You're great at giving the history debatable. Everybody knows. Here job is multifaceted. And you one of your titles is now historian. Oh, gosh. Shake it. This is this is your college, Johnny. You're part of a club now. And you're the historian of the club can in graduate like I'm done. And I'm going to be part of this club. I drove out for a reason. So I got a lot of this information from Enviro spec. And then healthy cleaning one O one dot org, which both sound like things that I would just be on, right. But not ten of people have the history of cleaning products. Whenever you're just trying to like, look up place. It's like at least this one was a dot org. So I knew that it's a nonprofit just organization Ryan to get out in the world have I ever told the story of what I thought dot org used to stand for. I don't know if you've told it on this, I know, I know the story. So the. Yep. Club can know so whenever Austin powers came out. It was like w dot org or whatever. And my friend told me that it meant orgasm, and I was like, oh. We're so anytime I heard dot org..
"thadi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Seven eight eight fifty. You're listening to the takeaway continuing now with a look at a pattern of suspicious behavior from the Saudi government in the state of Oregon Senator Ron Wyden is the senior democratic Senator from the state. He doesn't live far from where Saudi national AbdulRahman, Nora allegedly struck and killed Fallon smart. And he says it was Shane Dixon. Kavanagh's reporting on this pattern of behavior by the Saudi government that got his attention. What I think really galvanized a new focus on. This was the effort by the Oregonian newspaper at the end of the year, which essentially reported that credible. Government officials said that they believe that the Saudi government with involved in whisking away these criminal suspects. In response Senator Wyden alongside fellow Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley? Introduced two pieces of legislation late last month the escape of Saudi nationals act and the preserving American Justice Act aimed to stop foreign consulates from helping their citizens escape the US judicial system. But when I sat down with Senator Wyden, he says the response from federal agencies has been slow here. We are six weeks later and administration officials like the secretary of state won't answer. A thing goal question or say a single word about this troubling pattern six weeks in and you've followed up with the the State Department and the Justice department on on this that that's correct we have been after the Justice department, the FBI the State Department customs and border patrol because what we want to know a really to matters. What evidence do these key government departments have with respect to the thought he got? Government helping its citizens flee American Justice and then second what are they doing about? It brings in the second letter to secretary of state. I made the point that I believe the secretary of state ought to bring in the thought he embassador and demand to know what the Saudi government knows about this. And what the Saudi government is doing to bring these criminal suspects back to Oregon could face Justice. What do you think it says about the American judicial system that there's this apparent loophole in which a powerful ally can can help someone skirt Justice like this, it raises very substantial questions in my mind about whether the Trump administration simply believe that the rule of law does not apply. Why to Thadi Arabia and particularly coming after the barbaric murder of Jamal kashogi? You have to ask yourself whether the Saudi government understands that it is unacceptable to whisk criminal suspects out of Oregon or anywhere else in the United States Secretary of state Pompeo who mentioned earlier he's been a key figure in the aftermath of the death of journalist Jamal kashogi and in terms of interacting with the Saudi government. Do you think Pompeo is just in general being too soft on Saudi Arabia? Well, let's put it this way. I also serve on Senate select committee on intelligence. Yep. And I'm not going to get into anything classified. But I think when you look at the public statements mean I asked a question with respect to the inanimate finding of the Senate as to Mr.. Kashogi and genus ball wouldn't answer it in an open session of the intelligence committee. My concern is disadvantage. Ministration has sent a whole host of signals that they are willing. And I'm not gonna speculate on motives, they're willing to basically say that the rule of law doesn't apply to the Saudis. We have to take a quick break. But we'll have more with Senator Wyden and just a moment. The takeaway is supported by Staples with organization.
"thadi" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Testimony before the Senate intelligence committee, Shane Harris of the Washington Post. Putting it this way, quote, China and Russia are competing more intensely with the United States in race for technological in military superiority, adding the to US adversaries are more line than at any point since the mid nineteen fifties during the height of the Cold War CIA director Gina hospital. Joined by the FBI director Christopher Wray, and the director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, leading the discussion that covered a wide array of national security challenges, including cyber attacks aimed at disrupting the twenty twenty presidential election and continue continued threat posed by the Islamic state and other terrorist groups the full reporting by Shane Harris at Washington Post dot com deny director coats, focusing primarily on Russia, China, Iran and North Korea here is a portion of his opening statement regarding North Korea the regime is halted its provocative behavior related to WMD program. North Korea has not conducted any nuclear capable missile or nuclear tests in more than a year, and it has dismantled some of its nuclear infrastructure as well Kim, Jon and continues to demonstrate openness to the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Having said that we currently assessed that North Korea will seek to retain its WMD capabilities and is unlikely to completely give up its nuclear weapons and production capabilities because it's leaders ultimately view nuclear weapons as critical to regime survival. Our assessment is bolstered by observations of some activity that is inconsistent with full denuclearization. While we assess that sanctions on exports have been affected and largely maintained North Korea's seeks to mitigate the effects of the US led pressure campaign through diplomatic engagement counter pressure against the sanctions regime and direct sanctions evasion. Now, let me discuss Iran, the Iranian regime will continue pursuing regional ambitions and improved military capabilities. Even while it's only Konami is weakening by the day domestically regime. Hardliners will be more. Emboldened to challenge rival centrists, and we expect more unrest in Iran in recent months. Tehran continues to sponsor terrorism. As the recent European arrests have a rainy and operatives plotting attacks. In euros demonstrate we expect around will continue supporting the Hutus in Yemen and she militants in Iraq. While developing indigenous military capabilities that threaten us forces and allies in the region. Iran maintains the largest inventory of ballistic missiles in the Middle East, and while we do not believe Iran is currently undertaking activities, we judge necessary to produce a nuclear device Iranian officials have publicly threatened to push the boundaries of dick Paula restrictions. If Iran does not gain the tangible financial benefits expected from the deal Iran's efforts to consolidate its influence in Syria and Hezbollah have prompted Isreaeli airstrikes. These actions underscore our concerns for a long term trajectory of Iranian influence in the region. And the risk of conflict escalation, and we should point out that last week the national intelligence director, Dan Coats, indicating that he agencies were turning their main focus away from fighting global terrorist networks instead putting more resources aimed at countering Russia, Iran, as you just a moment ago and other adversaries countries, the US sees as direct geopolitical threats here in the US, we'll during today's Senate testimony by intelligence officials the director Tina hassle calling the brutal death of Washington Post opinion columnist Jamal kashogi quote premeditated murder. But in questioning by Senator Ron Wyden and others. She refused to say if the agency believes that the Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman was responsible here is that exchange. Very concerned that the DNA statement for the record barely mentions the threat posed by Thadi Arabia to the rule of law around the world director, hassle the Senate unanimously. Passed a resolution stating its belief that the crown prince was responsible for the murder of US resident journalists democracy show is that correct? Senator we can go into a little bit more detail this afternoon. But as you know, during the fall months, we spent a significant amount of time briefing and providing written products on our assessment of what happened to Mr. Jamal kashogi, as you know, as the Saudi regime itself has has acknowledged fifteen individuals traveled to stumble, and he was murdered at their consulate. And it was a premeditated murder onto October the trial in Saudi Arabia. I believe has begun. But in terms of further detail on our involvement. I'll hold it till the effort and respectfully director the Senate unanimously passed a resolution that the crown prince was responsible with the Senate room. Senator it's it's my job to provide the intelligence to support the sentence deliberations. And I think we've done that very adequately in this case, and we'll continue to do that. And we continue by the way to track this issue and to follow it very closely that exchange, but not answering the direct question from Senator Ron Wyden by Reggina hospital. She indicated there was a closed door session this afternoon and another moment from today's Senate intelligence committee hearing deny director, Dan Coats, who served by the way in the US Senate representing Indiana was asked about news reports that the president Senan lot had received a top secret security clearance, despite a ruling from two career specialists that said he did not deserve one that recommendation to deny Jared Kushner, the security clearances had been based on FBI concerns about potential foreign influences both on him and his family. Here's New Mexico. Senator Martin Heinrich with director, Dan Coats, director codes in. In this hearing last year, you testified that you would recommend minimal access to classified documents to anyone without a permanent security clearance. You made that statement with regard to reports of multiple holders of inner security clearances in the White House. And now we are seeing published reports that dozens of times the White House is overruled the career FBI experts responsible for Judah creating security clearances granting top secret clearances to White House. Officials would you still recommend minimal access to classified documents to those White House officials since experts recommended that they not be given us top secret clearances? I do support the providing all the necessary for not only the White House, but for all of our branches relative to providing security cards. They had those authority to do that we issue guidelines in terms of what I understand the adhere to don't wanna know. Do you think that the White House should take seriously the recommendations of those FBI experts to my knowledge, they do take seriously is their decision based on a whole number of factors. We've seen every ministration issue clearances based on how they assess what is provided our job is to provide them. The best information we have relative to security clearance processes so that they have the full picture in front of them. But when they make that decision speaking of the full picture. Last year repass the secret act as the director of national intelligence, do you think it's problematic that the administration has not complied with the portion of that law requiring the White House to report on its process for conducting security clearance investigations. I'm not aware that that has happened. I'd be happy to look into that. I would appreciate that director Ray as I mentioned, we're seeing public published reports that numerous times, the White House's simply overruled career FBI experts responsible for judicata, those clearances in your view were there valid reasons given for why the FBI's expert advice was overruled so many times. Senator I think there may be some confusion about the way the process actually works. The FBI is in the context of fighting background investigations for people other than its own employees is what's called an ISP or the investigative service providers. So we essentially do it at the request of whoever the requesting entity is in this instance, it would be the White House. And I think where the confusion is is what we do is. We assemble the information we provide the factual information, we do not actually make recommendations one way or the other about the clearances the decision about what to do based on those facts is entrusted by longstanding process to the requesting entity. So we provide the information, but then they make the call you director of the FBI director Chris Wray along with denied director, Dan Coats, and Senator Heinrich of New Mexico. This headline from NBC news four days ago. Officials overruling after rejecting Jared Kushner's top secret security clearance, a clearance that he ultimately received in those questions today. From today's Senate hearing one day after the Trump administration placing some tough new sanctions on Venezuela's oil firms. The question is evening. What's next NBC? News also reporting that the focus now is on whether that country's armed forces will remain loyal to President Nicolas Maduro presidency. The US does not recognize the State Department today updating its travel advisory to its highest level warning Americans not to travel to Venezuela due to crime, civil unrest, poor health infrastructure and the arbitrary arrest and detention of American citizens now as the country's future weighs in the balance. Experts concede. The military's role is pivotal more. Details at NBC, news dot com. We'll get some background in just a moment. From Karen too young. She is covering the story for the Washington Post, but first another exchange from today's Senate intelligence committee hearing here is Florida's Republican Senator Marco Rubio and the director of national intelligence, former Senator, Dan coats Carolina about democracy. We care a lot about freedom. We care a lot about human rights. But. When you add all these things together, the migratory impact on regional partners. And now that spills over into the United States their relationship with Iran and Hezbollah the drug trafficking because all that cocaine is destined to come into our streets. The invitation to the Russians to potentially have a military base. Whether it's rotational or permanent, our hemisphere is it not in the national interest of the United States of America that the Maduro regime fall and be replaced by a democratic and more responsible government. Well, I think everything you said is. I've been very open to the American public relative to the situation that exists. Our job intelligence community is to provide all the relevant information that you just talked about in terms of what the impact of what's happening in and then throughout the region and the threat that evolves from that the decision as to how to address that. Obviously is a decision by the executive branch and by the president automatically with the support of the national Security Council. So. We do we do obviously face a dire situation that has enormous consequences. I think nobody is more aware of that than you. You've been been personally turn to for. Almost ready to invite you into the intelligence community. Given the information that you can provide for us given your interest. I was remiss in not naming you as someone relative to China's taking forward effort on the part of the committee. Joining us in a number of ways to talk to CEO's at others around the country, relative to the Chinese threat with Venezuela. It's a very tenuous situation right now, as you know, we have taken steps terms of recognition of the opposition as the legitimate, president of Venezuela. Yesterday. The treasury department announced sanctions against Wayland oil company are major company that we do business with your also so steps are being taken, and we have a of support from a lot of our allies. So as I said, it's a very fluid situation that I think. Hopefully, we'll be successfully resolved with the support of the Venezuelan. People candy young national security reporter for the Washington Post has been following the developments in Venezuela and let me begin with the action yesterday by the Trump administration. Specifically, what will this do to nNcholas Maduro? Well, I think that what it will do what the objective is is to is to cut off funding that that he's using to to pay people around him using for imports because they're importing virtually all their food to the extent that they have any because the citgo and the Venezuelan oil exports to the United States, which are about half of all Venezuelan production are the one things that have never been touched. And all of these sanctions that have been imposed previously on people in the Madero government and on the government's ability to do business. And so what the? The administration said was you can keep sending us oil. If you want, and you can process them in the refineries that you own that belong to citgo which is wholly on subsidiary. That is state owned oil company, but you can't do and we'll pay for it. But the money's going in this blocked Bank account, and it's just going to sit there until you leave government. And then it'll go to the new government. So this really cuts off the primary source of cash to Madero. You know, there are all kinds of smaller complications about it. A lot of Citco is mortgage if you will to held to Venezuela's creditors. So it's I'm sure it's going to end up in court both from that perspective and Madura says he's going to take them to court. But I think in the short term it basically means that they're going to be even more cash strapped, and they have been in the past. I wanna follow up in that point in just a moment. But with regard to American consumers will we see higher gas prices as a result of this. Well, I think that the fear of that has always been the reason why the Trump administration at least had not taken action against the against the oil industry..
"thadi" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The land of liberty. He on page four in this book tool for socialism is a religion. Socialism is a religion chapter eleven from monumental study guide. Socialism is a religion socialism has been one of the greatest enemies of liberty. And of Christianity in the past. It will be one of the greatest threats to Christianity in the twenty first century socialism can be defined as government control or ownership of property, and or the production of goods and services socialistic government's claim authority over all property. This is bad enough. But such states claim of ownership goes much further. They also claim that the body over the children in a nature. Don't get me started. Don't get me started. Don't get me started. They also claim a Thadi over the children in a nation. Thus the state seeks to educate provide for direct and regulate their activities. The state seeks to be parents, God created individuals and three division institutions family, church and state, he has given certain authority and responsibility to each of these no one institution has absolute authority over any other institution today. The state has come to be seen as an all encompassing. Thadi over men and other institutions this is socialism when the government bureaucrat elected or not acts under this belief. They like blind man who lead the blind into the ditch to limit the all powerful state man must be self governed under God and his law only God is premium and can exercise supreme power. No, man or institution should ever exercised supreme power, especially regarding the matters of economy. Therefore, no, central planning agencies should rule over entire the entire Konami. As in communist countries. Wow. That's quite a statement. Socialism is a religion. That assumes all property belongs to society that is the state there should be no private property. No man will work as hard for society in general as they will for themselves and their families. But I have a great book. I have a great agree greater definition of socialism than that. But that's what we're dealing with in these rising. I don't want to call them stars these rising folks, especially on the left side of the aisle who think government is supposed to resolve every problem solve every situation and be in control of everything. You don't look to a beyond the hills from went come if your help you look to the government who control everything and let me tell you. That is not a good thing. Look at Venezuela. Look at Russia. Look at the other nations that tried to rule by them in that. Type of mindset I was reading, and I might have it in my pile today. One of the hit is the the real United Nations and one of the persons that influenced the United Nations in its infancy was someone by the name of Alice Bailey, and Alice has some strange ideas, and here's but a few of them take God and prayer out of the education system. Now this lady if I'm reading correctly. Was interested and part of the mindset the philosophical approach to what we might even call the one world government people in whatever. But nevertheless, she miss Bailey was a right of more than twenty four books on numerous subjects and was one of the first writers to use the term new age. She was a leading disciple of the Russia. And I knew I just killed that word. But anyway. Another Russian leader. And she was very much influenced by these folks, and she was very much instrumental in some of the things that even in play today. And here is what she said take God and prayer out of the education system. Now when was this let me get this date? Correct. When this lady was on the scene Alice started, a publishing house in nineteen twenty two, you know, a lot of them folks, what they had in mind in nineteen twenty two. We are now dealing with in twenty eight nineteen because one of one of her concepts was take God and prayer out of the educational system and listened to number to reduce parental authority over children now like in California. If a parent says son, you must son you you're not my daughter when we when the doctor showed us to you. When you came out, your, mommy, you had certain little plumbing, there that told us you. You were our son, and you cannot be a girl. Well, the laws of California say you cannot do that. Now, you cannot. You can not in California do but the point I raised that this is this is connected to socialism. This is this lady way back then talking about. That's item number two on Dan, then destroy traditional Christian family structure. Oh my God. No. I mean, I mean, not as we remember. This was the nineteen twenties and Alice started a publishing company in nineteen twenty two. These were the things these people were in spouses back then if sex is free make abortion, legal and easy. This is nineteen twenty two. She wasn't spouse in these philosophy make divorce easier and legal free people from the concept of marriage for life and all my God. Make homosexual an alternative lifestyle debate. Art, make it run mad use media to promote and change in mindset. Create an interfaith movement. Get government to make all these laws and get the church to endorse these changes. My goodness. You look at these things now and then. You hear people like miss Warren, miss Warren? You know, Pocahontas me MS won miss Warren missed one. We will not build a stupid wall. Sexism, racism, homophobia, and big bigotry have no place in the U S. A that's miss. That's MRs one we believe that equal means. The equal is a very deceptive. Turn is equal equally is very deceptive term. You know, if you want to understand socialism, I was trying to explain some folks with me this week at a prayer meeting that if socialism is on this autumn. If I have person that own Cup of homes three homes. Well, socialism says well mill ruins an apartment and this. These people have three homes, so it's it's it's really not fair that note had three homes that he worked for by the way, he struggled for by the way, he labor fall, by the way. Well mill has three home so out of love and compassion less. Take one a melts home. Now. Let's take one not mill. Go ask milk to donate one of his house because see one fella. The us hot and flowers to the max, you know, they play the violin through all these horn things. Take one a mill tiles is because these poor believe people they shouldn't just have to live in a little house and Milt has three. So and we'll decide this Milt. I'm sorry. You don't we're being compassionate. No, they're stealing your property. But but that's what social in socialism is about taking from one and giving to another. And I don't care if a man is a amass league legally legitimately a billion dollars is his billion dollars. And if he wants to give it fine. If he don't I don't think the government matter of fact, it's covered this to take his billion dollars. Now. I would hope he's generous and he's a Christian, and he's free hearted and he'll share but the danger with socialism is what we're seeing going to Washington. Now, we're seeing what is that? Young lady out of New York. She she's lonely. Casio? Yeah. I was listening at her. Yeah. Listening are trying to explain how he was going to get the money to pay fall. She thinks the government is supposed to be doing. And it was right in the mill. Well, you know, you know. But in the bible is that a labor is worthy labor only. Yeah. You know, a labor labor labor is worth it. So when you Dan socialism, allow them on not Labor's, no take us. They said there waiting for somebody to feed clothe and house them. So therefore, they don't we'd all anything. No other than respect that that you as you. You haven't done enough for yourself and try to motivate them go to work, and, you know, put their hand to the plow you right mill. What they won't do they want you to go out there and do all the labor. Yes. Absolutely. Casio cortez. Let me say this. We need to start labeling these people, you know, as years as it has been bus go on in this year. I'm petitioning, I'm asking you and others. Let's start to call in for a dialogue on race races. That's what one. Yeah. What does that word mean by? We need to call a conclave get the Democrats together because they have never apologize. Never admit it never acknowledged that. They will the pilot is slavery. Segregation, racism, klu Klux Klan, telling blow-black say was combed, niggers and everything. So what I'm saying? We can't thank to fight these people. Let them had the hand. The Iraqi hide these people need to be brought up on charges of acknowledgment. That this is you want around here calling people racist hot. Can you be more racist than them? Well, I've got some things we want to deal with in our pile today. I one item in particular the shows beyond the shadow of a doubt, the almost utter contempt. They have for the black community in some of their even current policy where they don't have a drop of concern or care and a very detrimental area. But again, we we offer one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. Hey, you'd like to share this morning. A what do you think? Point of no return. What do you think? What can be done? What can be said? What can we do? What's going to happen in these coming days can America ever really be great again? What what what do you think when wherever you are one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five, you know, when you talk about what we have to be redundant because there's different people listening at different times. But this great pamphlet. I have that I send out free of charge civil rights. Civil rights history is US history and give you quick thing about whose party, which party is which you know, the Democratic Party fought the civil rights all the civil war rather, the democrat party fought the civil war eighteen sixty one eighteen sixty five to keep blacks in slavery. Democrat. Yeah. Yeah. Then after that, we got a call from Maryland. And I'm that's gonna be the first call we take from Maryland. So hang on Maryland. We are going to get right to you. Then they gave us the klu Klux Klan Republicans and blacks and whites than they passed eighteen ninety four repeal that overturned, the nineteen sixty civil rights laws, then they passed. Jim crow laws to deny civil rights to black Americans fought against the civil rights laws of nineteen fifteen and sixteen included Dixiecrats who use attorney for just one local election did not switch sides on the bad. Democrats did not come Republican. That's no they stayed right there. That's why Martin Luther King had the March against in nineteen sixty five rather than eighteen six. But you're still here. And devastated the black community with their failed social programs, and he's just fact they they did. So I try to do in my mind, log introduction and go through a few things. And I think I'm gonna go to phone a few minutes early because we've got the Maryland call as well as the other calls on all the lines are loaded right about now. One eight hundred nine two three nine three eight. But hey, look at what the Republicans four four four four that civil war to free blacks that was in their platform. And I still offer also that wonderful comparison of the party platform pamphlet, Senator at no charge. You just call our office or you go.