35 Burst results for "Theo"

FBI Agent Who Opened Trump Investigation Reportedly Escorted Out

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 months ago

FBI Agent Who Opened Trump Investigation Reportedly Escorted Out

"It's actually just breaking Just the news Deciding the what is it Washington times I guess On second as I pull it up FBI special agent who opened Trump investigation Reportedly escorted out of the bureau Former Washington field office assistant special agent in charge Tim thibault Was reportedly asked escorted out of the bureau on Friday and been whistleblower allegations that he showed political bias in his handling of politically sensitive investigations The Washington times reported eyewitness accounts that mister Theo was seen exiting the bureau's elevator last Friday escorted by two or three headquarters looking pipes The article appears to have been updated and now states that the bolt abruptly resigned but that he was forced to leave his post and cites two unnamed former FBI officials Now a caution just the news was unable to independently confirm the times report Whistleblowers alleged that Theo bolt concealed the partisan nature of evidence from FBI director Christopher wray and attorney general Merrick Garland to secure their approval to open investigation of former president Donald Trump And that investigation culminated in the FBI's raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate earlier this month The public release of the affidavit such as it was that accompanied the search warrant revealed the warrant application relied heavily on information from news articles

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Setting the Record Straight Against Jonathan Swann

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 7 months ago

Setting the Record Straight Against Jonathan Swann

"One Have you ever heard of Jonathan Swan Johnny He has I think it's a British accent Maybe it's all see it doesn't really matter He's a pretend journalist So he's on Twitter Apparently he's obsessed with Twitter And he's following me and he takes exception to the fact that I talk about these never trumpers And he writes the following tweet I just responded but I will respond on the year Not that any of this matters because 80% of Republicans have reinvented themselves as Trump diehards just to survive But this tweet thread reminds me of the summer of 2016 At that time Levin was a passionate never trumper and Theo was one of the Republican National Committee stage endorsing Trump That's not correct Those of you who listen to this show and have listened to that you know the whole story of this But Wikipedia and the never trumpers and the phony journalists just keep regurgitating it There's no fixing it Because they

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"theo" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"theo" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Good to be here in national man. Thank you guys for welcoming me here. I appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. I've been living in Los Angeles, man. That place has lost its mind, man. Yeah. I don't blame the fires. Don't blame a flying. 'cause they don't have any regular people out there, man. Like, I grew up around regular people, you know? Just, you know, like they're out there, everybody's fancy, somebody's fancy, their daddy's fancy. You know? I grew up, I do they had a guy growing up in my neighborhood, no arms, fight everybody, boy. Yeah, zero arms. Yeah, this boy named gert was his name. Well, his name was egerton, okay? Nobody's named gert. That's not a name, you know? That's more like a sound, you know, like maybe you're eating something. And somebody scares you, you don't go. That's just mom, pat in the cat. You call before you come touch that cat Linda. This fellow named edgerton, and he choked out 30 people in our town and had zero arms. And they call him gert because if you take the name edgerton and you take off the ED and you take off the O in, the NASCAR, you know? Yeah, just the middle, you know, just like him, really. So really about the most poignant name. You've ever heard, you know? And you wouldn't think he was going to choke anybody out because he wasn't armed out, you know? God hadn't really sprouted him out, and he would just stand there and then he would just ask you like that. Just I don't even just choke you out and then his balance home like that. And do a cigarette. Dude. He went to court one time, and the judge was like, this is the fucking guy, y'all call. Gertz just standing over there. He had the cuffs just kind of just draped over his shoulder. They can't even fingerprint him. Rolling his shoulders and ink. He's drawing snowmen on the sheet. I wonder what whatever happened to him, you know. Somebody probably shot him, you know? And I don't think it's just two people, but sometimes you should, you know. Because that's not even a man, you know, choking out that's a dang tall snake, really. Can't read chokes others. Snake, bro. That's easy. That's basic snake math, daddy. That's an easy one for me. Watch Theo Vaughn. Regular people only on Netflix..

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"theo" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:22 min | 11 months ago

"theo" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"And so there's been pushback, the mob rule mentality from people who have absolutely no idea what they're talking about, has forced certain companies like Discord to abandon doing NFTs and certain celebrities back down when people screech at them for how bad they are. And they're like, I've seen threads where, you know, I've interjected and said, you know, in the future, you're all going to be having NFTs and they're like over my dead body. I mean, they're so dogmatic about what they think is going to happen that what these things are. How long before all of them will be eating out of the NFT hands. Well, number one, they really should be seeing over my dead NFT body, not over my dead body. Let's just talk about that. Oh, and the other one. The other one that I love is they right click save as they're like, no, I wonder NFT. And so one of the ones that I posted was a vox collectible that I use in town star dot com. It's in the game that I earn. I earn about $200 a day from having these NFTs in town star. So when they say that, I'm like, oh, you do. Great. Well, let me know when you're making $200 a day with it. Of course, they go somewhere. Of course. What? How? One interesting about two things that I usually address with folks that are just too close minded to see the future that this can bring or is bringing already, but they want or not. Number one is I ask them, so what makes it van Gogh van Gogh Picasso Picasso? Google unique piece of art is also rare and bubble. I don't know, but let's analyze it a little bit more detail. What is it? Is it a couple $100 worth of linen and oil paint and some wood? Well, well, no, it's the old work on it, but okay, well, the artwork can be copied, and you can have numerous additions of it, photographs, replicas, et cetera. And they usually, most of them, very, really, they usually never get to the bottom line. They just don't understand what makes it Picasso Picasso. And usually fairly eye opening for them to hear well not the only thing that makes this the house to the council. Is Picasso's signature. Nothing else..

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"theo" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"theo" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"SV, Bitcoin, gold, Bitcoin, diamond, Bitcoin, paper hands, Bitcoin, cardboard, Bitcoin, aluminum, double super Bitcoin, toilet paper, doge, shiba, what's the future of all of the coins that are attempting to do what Bitcoin does already? Do they have a future? Do they have a niche or are they doomed? Some of them that are good at community building. It's like she but Dodge, et cetera, we'll have a future as a result of the community that will support the underlying token. The ones that are badass community building will obviously all die out. But to think that there's a future for Dodge or Shiva, we can have the very, very crucial difference of being able to create and meant more of them on life. The original Bitcoin protocol where you can not make more in 21 million bitcoins is ridiculous. Some people saying that shiba could become the next Bitcoin. Saying it even makes me laugh a lot. Simply don't understand technology and don't understand the fact that you can print unlimited mint, rather unlimited amounts of shiba tokens. So those are all, I think, very, very interesting. I would call them social crypto experiments because it's really based around the belief by the holders that there's more to it than just a token and there is when there's a large enough community and a lot of community agrees that, oh, we're going to give 5% to animal shelters and we're going to have pages to talk about the virtues of polling the shiba token that helps all these animal shells and you have a million.

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"theo" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"theo" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Here on the beautiful tropical Paradise island of Puerto Rico. We have had the opportunity to meet many amazing people. One such individual is Theo everyone at a Bitcoin OG, Theo has been in the space for a very long time and is now the cofounder of alpha crypto capital, a firm focused on investing and advising early stage blockchain projects. We go down a bunch of rabbit holes in our only regret is that we didn't have more time to speak with Theo. It's just another sunny 80° day in Paradise and we welcome you poolside to our episode number 578 of the bank crypto podcast. Who's there? Well, we're not really by the floor right now, but Travis has one of his backyard and I did go to the pool earlier today. Technically, I'm always by the pool, baby. Yeah, I mean, so like if you look to the right, it's like right out there. Actually, well, no. I actually am facing it, but there's a wall in my way. Oh, damn wall, but we know it's out there. And my tan has just, you.

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"theo" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"Yes. <Speech_Female> We didn't <Speech_Female> have the word <Speech_Female> transsexual <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> a hundred years ago, necessarily. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> even though it <Speech_Male> is viewed by <Speech_Male> some people as <Speech_Male> a trend and <Speech_Male> we don't need to get into <Speech_Male> why, it's <Speech_Male> not because I think we all <Speech_Male> know why. But <Speech_Male> even though let's say Hollywood <Speech_Male> views, being <Speech_Male> trans as a trend, <Speech_Male> do you <Speech_Male> find that like you're <Speech_Male> able to play <Speech_Male> into that to help <Speech_Female> your career? <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I mean, that <Speech_Female> sort of thing is a <Speech_Female> conversation that I've <Speech_Female> had with a lot of other <Speech_Female> people in the industry, where <Speech_Female> it's like, <Speech_Female> God, then it just makes <Speech_Female> me think about capitalism <Speech_Female> and capitalizing <Speech_Female> on your identity <Speech_Female> to try to get some sort of <Speech_Female> success. And it's like, <Speech_Female> I don't <Speech_Female> want to capitalize <Speech_Female> on this part <Speech_Male> of myself <Speech_Female> to try to <Speech_Female> gain <Speech_Female> stuff, you know, <Speech_Female> but I am going <Speech_Female> to talk about it <Speech_Female> and I am not <Speech_Female> going to, <Speech_Male> I'm not going <SpeakerChange> to be quiet <Speech_Male> about it. <Speech_Male> And I do think it is <Speech_Male> noteworthy that <Speech_Male> the two shows are <Speech_Male> part of <Speech_Male> other trans people <Speech_Male> involved in the creative <Speech_Male> process, <Speech_Male> because I get really <Speech_Male> comfortable applauding <Speech_Male> TV <Speech_Male> shows or movies <Speech_Male> for representation <Speech_Male> for the <Speech_Male> fact of representation, <Speech_Male> even if it's good or <Speech_Male> bad. I want <Speech_Male> good representation. <Speech_Male> I don't want a <Speech_Male> trans character on screen <Speech_Male> anymore if it's not going to <Speech_Male> be the best. Right. <Speech_Male> And I think that like <Speech_Male> you're the <Speech_Male> success of your roles on <Speech_Male> these shows is <Speech_Male> because it wasn't <Speech_Male> just you, <Speech_Male> right? It was like <Speech_Male> many other trans <Speech_Male> hands. <Speech_Male> Touch <SpeakerChange> the <Speech_Female> script, touch the <Speech_Female> production. Yeah. And I <Speech_Female> also think, I think <Speech_Female> that when we think about <Silence> representation and diversity, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> what people usually <Speech_Female> mean is am I seeing <Speech_Female> somebody on screen? Who <Speech_Female> is that? <Speech_Female> And there's this whole other issue <Speech_Female> happening where there's so <Speech_Female> many <Speech_Female> behind the scenes people in <Speech_Female> so many crew people who <Speech_Female> are not getting <Speech_Female> the jobs that they <Speech_Female> should be getting, you know? <Speech_Female> And I want <Speech_Female> sets to be more diverse <Speech_Female> as well <Speech_Female> just because there's <Speech_Music_Female> so many there's <Speech_Music_Female> so many talented people <Speech_Music_Female> who are just <SpeakerChange> not getting those <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> opportunities. And <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> they should be. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> And that was Theo germaine. <Speech_Male> Thank you to <Speech_Male> Theo, and <Speech_Male> thank you so much to <Speech_Male> everyone who's been listening <Speech_Male> and leaving <Speech_Male> comments on Apple <Speech_Male> podcasts. <Speech_Male> Subscribing <Speech_Male> is crucial so you don't <Speech_Male> miss an episode, yes, <Speech_Male> but also <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> when you scroll down <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in our page <Speech_Male> on Apple podcasts <Speech_Male> and leave a <Speech_Male> comment. It <Speech_Male> helps other people <Speech_Male> find our show <Speech_Male> and that is the <Speech_Male> biggest weight that you can <Speech_Male> help our show continue <Speech_Male> to grow and <Speech_Music_Male> continue to stay <Speech_Music_Male> free. So <Speech_Music_Male> thank you so much to <Speech_Music_Male> everyone who does <Speech_Music_Male> that. Were brought <Speech_Male> to by the advocate <Speech_Male> magazine in <Speech_Music_Male> partnership with Vlad, <Speech_Music_Male> I'm Jeffrey <Speech_Music_Male> masters. <SpeakerChange> I will see <Music> you next week. <Music> Bye.

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"theo" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"Theod remains career shows two drastically different approaches to trans storytelling on screen. In work in progress on showtime, Theo's gender is part of the plot. And as you'll hear, their characters pronouns are even clarified in the very first episode. This is compared to the politician TV show on Netflix. Theo plays a student who is quiet and intense, and just happens to be trans. The character is essential to the plot of the show, but their gender is not. I think that both of these different ways the child trans stories are important and necessary as we continue to hopefully see more characters from across the gender spectrum on TV. So as Theo star continues to rise, they were just cast in the 4400 TV show reboot and a new horror movie about a conversion camp from blumhouse. As their star continues to rise, we wanted to revisit this conversation that we had back in March of 2020. So let's hear it. From the advocate magazine in partnership with glad, I'm Jeffrey masters and this is LGBTQ and a. So a few months ago we did an episode with Abby McEnany working progress or costar. And one of the things he talked about was the scene in the first episode where she asks her character out misgender as you, and then the way this scene plays out, I think is really important to see on TV. You know what? Let's actually play it. Sure. Can I buy you a drink sometime? Really? Yeah, actually, I love it. I haven't been out for a drink with an attractive woman in a really long time, so. Actually, I'm a trans man. Well, I haven't been out with an attractive trans man in ever, so. Okay, I am so sorry to be rude, but I actually really have to go. Yeah, no, no problem, no problem. Okay, okay. Bye. All right fine. So what was your first reaction when you read that scene? I honestly was really excited because it was super realistic. You know, it felt like, I mean, that's something that I have basically had happened to me before people are like, I don't know what the agenda is. Sometimes people will make an assumption and be like, oh, this is like a Butch woman person and I'm like, that's not how I identify actually I miss. The realistic honesty awkwardness exchange that happens during that phone call is really exciting. It addresses that here's a person who's in an older generation than Chris, who hasn't really maybe had any super real connections with trans people before, but it's kind of just here for it. And it's kind of just like, cool, I don't know. This has never happened, whatever. And I just think that that's exactly what would happen. You know, I think that there would be older folks who may have less experience who had kind of stumbled through things a little bit. But everybody's basically on board. And open. And I loved it. I was so excited..

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"theo" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Fuck you. She was a Sagittarius. And I was in my room, you know, probably just learning about my body. Learn the same thing every time bro. How many look? I should put on my resume, bad scientists, okay? But I come running downstairs, man, and I run. And I'm thinking man, this might be the last time I ever touched this freaking floor. 'cause when I said my mother up with big chair, Charlie, we're gonna have so many fucking chairs. I might never see the floor again. I'm gonna wake up out of my bed and step on to my new night stand and onto my love seat and I'll to my lazy boy and onto my sofa and onto my divan and Ottoman Ottoman Ottoman and I'll be outside. Fucking floors are full of poor. And I get close to the front door, and I look over and see my mother, and she's like, who in the hell is it? I was like, go put on your nice robe. With a pocket image. And that problem was tied. It wasn't tight tight, but it had like one tight left in the chamber, you know? It wasn't go to dinner, but it was like, go to the casino buffet tie. And then I opened that door and first I see that chair. And it looked like about 6 other discontinued chairs, kind of pieced together. Real piece of shit, man. A real piece of shit. Then I'm looking for a big chair Charlie. And he's not even there. There are two adult lesbians standing there. One of them same exact haircut is me. That's when I said gang recognize gang, ladies. I finally met my people. And these beautiful ailes coming the house. And they bring a chair in widow. And they set the chair down on their living room and they set my mother down in the chair. And on the side of the chair, they had like a lever. And the more you pull on the lever, the more comfort comes out of the chair. Until you were unemployed. They sent my mother down. She pulled once. She pulled twice and the third time the whole back of that chair falls right the fuck off, okay? My mother goes whistling right past unemployment down towards disability. But right as her head hit the ground I swear to God, that perm just bounced my mother right back up. Just yeah. Just like the devil was throwing fastballs, but the lord had out his catcher's mit, you feel me. Watch Theo von. Regular people only on Netflix..

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FBI Agents Swarm Russian Oligarch's DC Home

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 1 year ago

FBI Agents Swarm Russian Oligarch's DC Home

"So the guy whose house they swarmed the yesterday in Washington D.C. the FBI this guy Oleg deripaska was connected to Vladimir Putin but he also had business relationships with Christopher Steele who was one of the authors of the dossier used to spy on Donald Trump by the FBI That was the whole collusion dossier You know the pee pee tape He's colluding with Putin You got the whole thing So some people say Dan this great news deripaska means a closed in on stealing a network I'm not sure about that But here before we get to so we have two options here Either they're closing in on steels and network or more likely they're hiding George Soros's role and others in the 2016 election manipulation That's what I think But going back to reason number one here's steals connections some of them this guy Derek Oscar they serve the warrant on his house yesterday In 2015 DOJ officials notably Brussels and some FBI agents met in New York with deripaska to seek the Russian billionaires help on organized crime investigations The meeting was facilitated though not attended by Christopher Steele Chris the first Theo area is here it gets worse In 2012 yields private firm orbis was hired as a subcontractor by a law firm working for you guessed it their apostle Who then headed Russia's largest aluminum company Steals firm was asked to do some research on a business rival By 2015 steals work had left him friendly with one of their apostles lawyers according to John Solomon's sources this is from a 2018 piece And when or the associate Deputy Attorney General longtime acquaintance of steel sought help getting to meet their pasca who obliged but Christopher

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"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"So you have a whole album talking not do but you have this song basketball. We'll send you my lasco. But the is like i don. I know so the lasagna. Excuse me from. My heart is from last year. Who signed in solar dented. Can you know how how i can say that on how how confusing this isn't it isn't mine trump with a start early early the nickname loverboy as you. Great track that. We're going to listen to up that solar eternity Sir.

"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"He free time. He's just doing all time so anyway But each semester forego. You know when you you read the lyrics. It's more Mesmerized painting say. But i have but again has the painting. Yeah the chorus all the time. Dan war world. Like dead vein. Long.

"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Toward the a the small c- talent artis hails from athens greece. Theo works as a composer. Arranger mixing mastering engineer producer focus and qatar the o. n. t. has dedicated his life to creating music. So hey i thank you for coming on the podcast chat today. I really enjoy you. How begins against Thank you station. realize come here. How are you feeling a good good here. Nothing and so. It's good arale. that's great. Well you've been professionally trained electric guitar and vocals music theory and production What inspired together into the music industry. i guess is volume expressing yourself and try to you know compose songs. Sonority you get it out you know from the all from your heart and as you get along the years passing by you feel that you have to do more and more and more. You know what you're doing so that's why you know just Focusing many areas around using not just focused on your guitar why reading loved production. Doom reverend action. Yes you're you studied under the renowned bradley manning and jamie ventura. Yeah true true. Oh that was good idea. Do many lessons with them. Better ahead their books and I visited every time. I felt insecure about something about voice but other the the doodle you know all by myself just practice practice practice lock. Remaining areas is a sad. So does the way to do it. There's no there's no chips and to plan for you to get it down you have to buy. I'm surprised you say that. Because i just seconds to hear your voice i knew i wanted to join the podcast. Like a your vote. Ranges outstanding in your well-known for it. Thank you thank you What working to say. Thank you i mean. How do you feel about being. Compared to jeff buckley. I know we know we have some phone But vibe ticket say but my voice is is more hearts in terms of tiber dubai clues voice thing. I think that's my point of view. How i hear my voice Is more ground style. You know more than nyunt is ground style or more of seventies rock style. But i have some. I have some things you know. Borough that can say from the bike laze around. You know dot kind of sure and expression. So wha what other artists have influenced your work. Chris cornell shoe still bild's soundgarden all these slave Led zeppelin pink. Floyd symbolically yes Queen for mercury. I can definitely see cleaton funds. Yes what else. I mean the doors very his. The doors Maryam does forgetting some are better. You get divide. Seven is on the sixty seven. This still nineties. That's my kind of and l. Sold music are we lost so music as well You know all the while the motown stocks records amazing whitney houston as well. But you know. Whitney houston is more. I really listen to jet influenced by all right saying so g right all your music or gene coal right so far all music on by myself but i'm on planning june Karai with some friends. See how it goes. I'm not sure it's going be. You know good myers bell. I'm gonna try the next album. And when will that be hopefully at the end of this year. But i'm i'm not sure because quieting things and We'll see we'll see hopefully are you under cert- quarantining greece. Yes yes. We are from november in announcer. It's like semi corn deemed full koran. Dinovite it's crazy are annoy i. It feels like it's gonna be till summer for sure so now gives you a lot of time to reflect right. Great music for the future does. Yeah that's on. You know on one hand you know when you're so inside you know. Sometimes you don't feel to do you. Don't have any influences any outside. you know you just. You don't communicate you not all time you know either or maybe movie maybe you listen to the music but again you know okay. You play guitar you can you. Discern units on books may be in line or you may be at all Real nukes but You know if you not out Do you know any yet ideas. You feel Flat modes something like that dallas. Very incite fault. Try insightful do agree with you do so. How has your life. Experiences affected your music. I think after composing melas single. I feel like i am zest with love and Where here where my into my lyrics you can understand. Sometimes you know the I.

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Couple in eBay Harassment Case Sues Company, Ex-Officials

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Couple in eBay Harassment Case Sues Company, Ex-Officials

"You think about big tech tyranny the most of us especially in conservative talk radio talking about the latest person that twitter dispatched or the latest bias. That facebook has again somebody but what about the tyranny of ebay what the tyranny of ebay it's pre. It's where you buy stuff. How bad can they be the boston globe. Features a story where this couple that did i guess they did sort of reviews their their their livelihood was doing online reviews of various tech issues various websites and they had been not universally but occasional critics of ebay and the folks at ebay decided. They didn't like it. And there may be retribution underway. Aaron pressman writes about tech for the boston globe and had the story and it just went straight to my brain and aaron welcome. It's nice to meet you. How are you doing sir. Good morning mark thank you. This is crazy first of all how. You've been writing about tech for the boston globe. The boston globe. I'm new. i've been writing about tech for many many years. But i just joined the boston globe this summer. Where'd you come from. I was at fortune magazine for the last solar. Where your people where are you from. Where did you grow up. I grew up in the boston area. And i never quite escape so i'm still here so it's right there west of town about a half hour west of town in the lovely suburb of natick. Tell me about the couple in question and what they did to draw the ire of ebay. So i know david steiner there an ordinary couple. They like to go to garage. Sales when ebay i arose. They sort of started making a tip sheet for people who aren't to sell on ebay and it became this big newsletter. They started making a lotta money from advertising to people who want to sell things on ebay so it was a great little business. They had Ebay over the years you may have noticed has shifted to emphasize more selling like big retailers and increasing the fees on little guys who want to sell things so the newsletter became i think a little more critical overtime and kinda got under the skin of some of the top people and ebay where they were. Who would've who's eyeballs would have seen this in order to think this isn't right. We're going to punish these people. Where's he bay headquarters out in silicon valley like everybody else. Ebay is out in silicon valley. But we know there's a federal criminal case against Seven to these people to so we know we've seen the emails that the ceo of ebay right. This is a multibillion dollar corporation. The theo of ebay and his wife are complaining to their underlings about this online newsletter. Not treating them fairly and Devon winning the ceo at the time even has this very unfortunate email where he says. Take them down acre down. I believe is what he's at.

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Where Mormon Doctrine and Biblical Doctrine Diverge

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Where Mormon Doctrine and Biblical Doctrine Diverge

"You're saying that there are real sticking points. Unavoidable problems between what the mormon faith teaches unequivocally. And what the bible says unequivocally so this is not just you know point of view or or something like that because i think that many people could make the case that what the roman catholic church teaches is is right. That people can twist things in other words. You can have a conversation there about. Do they believe this. Exactly this exactly. But you're saying that the lines are really bright and bold that separate mormon doctrine from biblical doctrine. In this case. So i guess my question is do you When you're talking about that you say that the lds church teaches that we can become like god. How is that different from somebody saying that. Look the scripture says that were made in his image and we will be made to be like him through the process of sanctification. And that kind of thing. I think that the eastern orthodox call it. Theo cysts in other words. That's kind of the point is that we're supposed to be more and more like him. So that's not really a problem. Where does it become a problem. Yeah so so as you mentioned biblically through the process of vacation and the holy spirit dwelling in us. We are conformed to the image of christ. We've been having airship with christ right in the kingdom of heaven but that's not what mormonism teaches. They actually teach not that we become like god but that we ourselves become gods and so eventually once. You've progressed to this. Point of god hood you then have the power authority to create your own worlds to populate those world with your spiritual and go through the same process that we are then in on this earth and so it is a complete perversion of the idea that we somehow can attain that which god now has and so And just the exclusivity of the claim that the church is the only institutional organization that has the correct power authority from god right there several organizations in the world that claim that authority in the mormon church claims that they are the actual church that jesus instituted during his earthly ministry and only with the authority and the proper ordinances contained within that organization can an individual live eternally in the presence of

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"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"But it's something that i really really really wanna do because you know i should. I should be able to do it Lot of right in a lot of learning how to write a lot of trying to you know mature in that way Some some some of this. This transition i met this point where i definitely have been doing some kicking and screaming in regards to you like i know. I want everything to be the same. My life span a very specific way for a certain amount of time and you know television kind of felt like huge curve ball for me Because i- i booked the politician with having some minimal experience tv and film not not any experience. Tv minimal experience in film a little bit of experience in web series But most of my experience was coming from auditions and learning at every single Every single opportunity. That i could That i could take and what was it like then turning to do tv scary just because you're saying yeah. It was really overwhelming. It was super overwhelming The working on the politician happened really really quickly. It was like for some reason it was like a four day process of auditioning and then getting an offer and then days later after getting an offer or two days later i had relocated los angeles and just started working And i was super intimidated. I had a lot of experiences with imposter syndrome. Because i was around people who'd been in the industry for a long time who were already really famous. You know or like. I was like sitting next to jessica lang on a lunch break and it was like It was it. I definitely felt like Felt felt out of place at times in just was so anxious. I like didn't know how to ask questions Sometime yeah it was really scary. I i'm i'm i'm a lot a lot. I'm a lot more used to it now but when all of it happened really quickly i was like what Yeah the it was overweight. You yeah yeah. I mean that's that's that's how it was for me. I feel like i. I i mean maybe because it was in your mind as something that you knew you wanted i think for me. I like heck actually. Didn't think i would ever get there. I was like how would i didn't see any. I was like nobody looks like may. I don't think i'm like the right thing for this so this will not happen And then when it was started happening it was just. I mean i still sort of trying to wrestle with like. How do these other seem to feel fine about this but you know because i think it was really overwhelming and i think i think a lot what i was doing at the time was pretending that it wasn't overwhelming. Really good at the classic. I definitely definitely did that too. I was like this is fine what it was like. No you should you. Should you should talk about how you feel overwhelmed and how you feel alone. It's totally okay. but yeah but it's like it's yeah i i totally i totally feel that way i guess for me. Also you know. I'm thinking about like the number of things that i showed up to and was like being written into something because they they wanted there to be a queer person here but like boy. Was this a weird thing. I had to say or whatever and some of that. I always even kinda fine with because i was like i got a job or at least i got a job and also i see that you're trying trying to be terrible. Yeah sometimes you know then eventually. Getting to a place where i could like. Give some feedback or whatever It sounds like that's right. Where you are you know is in this place of like being able to maybe give some feedback or or create your own opportunities. That's a huge shift. Yeah or like understanding and part of it is like understanding that we had the power to do that all along but like we didn't know because of the like share lack of representation you know and like the unique position that like clear performers are in where it's it's like is this person going to be receptive to feedback because some people might not be and then they might take it personally that you think the line that they wrote about a queer thing doesn't feel accurate you know. It's it's it's it's it's definitely you. You know we had the power to do that all along but also it's just hard. It's hard to navigate because for me. It's like i don't i don't know how somebody's gonna react. You know and i. And i also believe that people's hearts are in the right place you know and some people are trying curious like the. I don't know if. I feel that. Way about every situation of ben and because out. Yeah because i feel like sometimes. It's like the gap and understanding has been so large that in order for me to like in order for me to get this person to where i am like. It's like there's so much work to do. I am thinking about like there's even something going on right now that i'm involved with with where there's like. I'm it's like a group of people that are trying to decide what to do next as a unit and some of the people are like straight sisters who are trying to use. They're saying out over their faces. Like i'm trying to use my privilege to speak to like help the group but they don't know that like always a thing that needs to happen then is that they need to constantly check with everybody else. Because if you're somebody who's used to speaking you might not even realize that everybody else is going to be like a little quieter inherently because they're not used to being listened to so it's like it's been funny watching this group of over time. It's like this sort of conglomerate of people and to watch like which voices have risen to the top. It's like the voices that you would think. Even though there's a lot of different people represented the voices that you think are the ones that are speaking was consistently in. It's i think it's because it's like exhausting at the end of the day for me to be like no no like you have to stop and check with us like you can't just go onto the next thing and anyway i have just been thinking about that a lot lately. How hard it is even to move past the stuff that you're talking about because it just involves so much extra labor and like do i even even always able to to close that gap not just like with my own energy but like with somebody else's experience how much explaining can i really do if somebody is like at zero. He asked so ops. Yeah so short up. That's making me. Think that maybe maybe me saying we had the power all along as me being really. Really optimistic hopeful. But what you said is like more more the reality I am hopeful. I'm actually able to speak up in every sort of situation But it's hard to determine if people are going to be receptive or not. Yeah yeah yeah absolutely will do. I have loved talking to you. Loved finding out how much we have in common. Yes.

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"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Been really hard for me to get out of Because of you know experiences that i had You know growing up ben then earlier on professionally and in college and You know like i. I in in two thousand sixteen. I was homeless for a while. I was also going to rehearsals full-time So it's it's it's it's been a really going to be honest it's been. It's been a difficult year. I've also been kind of sick and had recovered from that and and And have really been thinking about my career in a way. That's long term that i don't think i had the privilege to think about Before so yeah. It's been slower. It's been weird and hard. And i'm kind of just trying to do through it and get a lot better at writing my own things and not just saying yes to every single gig which is really or every single opportunity which is really hard That's kind of a messy way of saying hard year. Lots of things transition through moving through excited that something's are opening back up and really trying hard to think about. Like if i could do anything. What would i really really want to do And a lot of that involves things like science fiction and horror Which i haven't had a lot of opportunities to do yet. But i would love to move in that direction. So is the is the.

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"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Teaching And what it does to student. But yeah my my middle ground Was getting out of high school. Socially transitioning being very scared but being like you know this. This is who i am. This is what i need to do. I don't know anybody else yet really. Who's who's doing this Trying really hard to find community. I found a trans affirming therapist. Who was one of the only ones That i could find in all of illinois below the chicago area Got taken in by a really cool burlesque troupe and started performing in doing that Started trying you doing burlesque. Yeah yes yes actually. I did do burlesque. I i did burlesque. And i did. still walking and i did acting and i am a fire performer. So i would do. I would like take my clothes off and like breathe fire at the same time. I actually know totally what you're talking. I can still walk and was briefly. Like plus i have a ton of friends who are burlesque performers. That's so yeah. Yeah did you go to a loft in chicago aloft. Circuit was there. I toured with them for a bunch of yours. Leonard you and i was there like in-house spring master own with this. Was this one. This was when they were doing It was like when they were in the west loop and they were doing el surco. Cheapo the era. I and before they moved to the church that they're now in. Yes i yeah. Those are those are my friends and i. I totally worked with them for much years. They taught me how to still walk. And that's so cool aloft. Circus arts was also definitely part of my like middle ground. I started oh really driving up. I started driving up chicago On a day off or on the weekends To to to train there. So i started going actually. Yeah i started going there. In two thousand and eleven i think or two thousand twelve. I don't remember what year it was. So i was like down in central illinois and that i would take. I would take my free time. Go up and train and then come back. I was so desperate to get. I really wanted to do circus training as well in addition to act in because for a while i was like do i want for a while i was like do i want to work for cirque du soleil or do some or do something like that so so wait so we have more crossover now than i. That's so cool that i realized yes. Circus was part of my middle ground to Circus burlesque feeder fronts Trying really hard to find. You know all this in people actually. I feel like it's been my experience of being in stand up in chicago was like that. I definitely was part of the standup scene. And like did stand up shows but there were no queer people and like nobody there was like an like no there was like no gender fuck is going on there. There were no queer people it was like truly like it was like straight sis dudes like that's who was doing stand up at that time there were some like ciswomen straight-sets woman likes know but it was still this vast majority to lake in order to find community. Even though like i was part of the standup scene like in order to find community. I really went outside of that. And i like was sort of friends with like the weird art queers so like anybody who is doing like a salon type performance or anybody who is like an actor but also was in the roller derby and anybody who is in the circus. Just yeah like. I mean lovingly the freaks. Because that's what. I was to write in like in the thing in the thing that i was doing to make money. I was a freak there. And so i think i went and found like where is everybody else you know. And that's so so outside of like performing like a standup club leagues zanies. I was also performing. I was like doing everything and that was actually a really nice time. Plus my sister's dancer. And i was dating dance just like a very like modern dance circus. Perform like everybody. It just was. It was like a big group of people who all felt like there was like some overlap and a lot of it was just stuff. I couldn't find elsewhere. I'm so grateful for the for that group of people to it. Sounds like we. I love it. We have yeah. That's so cool Yeah i mean the folks that were that community at loft. They were like when they took me on tour with them and they were very affirming of like not just that that they thought it was funny but like that whatever was going on with me was okay. You know like in every way. They're like comfortable with their bodies in a way that i am still working on. Because they're like training all the time they're basically just like nude try changing clothes and there was just like a different thing. There that i saw a different level of acceptance actually really changed my life. I would say that. My experience the lofts really changed my life to just in the sense that i was like go starting to go. There was really was really felt like i was. I was taking my like artistic path. Really really into.

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"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"My experience of understanding what my gender identity was and what my sexuality was was just like. I knew what i was. But i just didn't talk about it to most people because i was like i need any out and go find trying to find other people that are like me and try to find more of a community because it's just it's it's just not. It's not here. And i really really need to be happy. And i need to have more exposure so you wrote but we're of that you have the awareness that that was there for you. I yeah i did sometimes. And i didn't because like i. I knew i knew i was really really early but i didn't really know what it was and i knew that i was in the bisexual transsexual parts very early and i was like yes cool and then a lot of people were very gender nor normative and you know very heterosexual. I was like oh no people are not gonna know what to do with this. I is this bad. i don't really know. And then by the time i was in high school i was like we need to get out. We need to make a game plan. You know we need to try to figure out how to deal with these feelings. We need to try to figure out how to deal with this like you know. Internalized transphobia and this internalized like bi phobia a group with a lot of by phobia A lot of you know coming towards me. A lot of nasty things being said about bisexual people specifically So yeah it was like a combination of shame and confusion and like kind of being conditioned to think that certain things were bad but being like no in trying to fight it and then getting out as quickly as i could And then i wound up and we chicago. I was gonna ask you was you are getting out or was that you weren't yet there when you're at college moving out Was like the first step Getting getting away was the first step And then getting chicago and getting out of school. It was kind of a second step. i was also in a position where i was like. I knew that. I wanted to be an actor and i wanted to do creative stuff But i knew that i needed some kind of education. I was like i need some kind of education beyond high school. If i am personally gonna get anywhere. And so I guess community college and then university was the like the game plan to like really get to transition like move on and go somewhere else. Yeah if that make sense it does yeah. I guess i'm thinking about you like in this industry of going to school already knowing that there's like an additional step maybe a head for you in terms of like moving to chicago. And what was that time. Like i mean were you did you have. We will have friends and a community or was it just would imagine. It's one thing to be in this situation and think like okay. I need to get out but then there because there's this middle place that you're sort of talking about i'm curious about you know how that was for you. I think my middle place honestly was. Oh my god when i was eighteen i was like taken in by burlesque troupe in central illinois that still functions. It's this This group called carnival to bausch and they would perform at bars and festivals and things like that and I had a friend who was working them and and knew that. Like i was in need of i was in need of community and just in need of like being around a ton of other freaks honestly And so i started working with the burlesque troupe and i did that for years and that was kind of what i was doing while i was in community college Transitioning into university. Before i got so swept up in a conservatory style. Program that i wasn't even sleeping Lots of thoughts on conservatory style.

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"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Hey all there's a new book. I think you should check out the witch king by h. e. edge men published by injured. Press all hail the king and king eight in order to save a fait kingdom a transgender which must face his traumatic past the royal fiance. He left behind in this intoxicating new fantasy series series from debut author h. e. edmund selected as an indie next pick. Which king is beloved by booksellers everywhere with one bookseller calling it a smart bold queer contemporary fantasy that balances romance and adventure with sharp commentary on social justice and the politics of power perfect for fans of holly black and adam silvera. I have just received this book in the mail. And i truly can't wait to read it like i truly can't wait to read it so thank you to the which king for not only sponsoring the podcast but also for sending it to me. The witch king h edmund is sold wherever books and audiobooks are sold. This is a show about individual experience and personal identity. There may be times when folks use identifying words or phrases. That don't feel right to you. That's part of what we're exploring here. Please listen with an open heart. And as always i welcome your plate engage feedback and i encourage you to continue the conversation in your own life and with your own community. Welcome to query queiroz. Cami here today on the show. The oh germain star of work in progress on showtime star of the politician on netflix. All around charming person. Alex talking to also. Let's say you are somebody who loves me. Well great news. I'm doing a live show here in l. a. july nineteen. I'm doing to live shows in new york august. Twenty six and twenty seventh. Let's go ahead and see there and let's say you don't live in la or new york but you think all of cami. How can i keep query going. Well one thing that has happened this year is that a launched a patriot on you can go to patriot. Dot.

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"theo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"theo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Theo, author of America's Simple Solutions. It was too quick back on, You know, you just say common sense. That's what the book's about It would expand the living on it for us. Amazon calls it a book and classifies it under political, a political and economic and also in another section was called political Freedom. So I guess I'm going to acquiesce to Amazon and say that I wrote a book about politics and about economics. What inspired you to write this book? I Have to four year olds twins adorable and I'm watching this car driving towards a brick wall. And I don't want them 20 years from now say, Well, if you saw it, why didn't you say something? That's what inspired you to write the book. That's right. Okay, What's the takeaway from the book? I read the book. What I walk away with my thinks it basically Mark Black makes the best decisions for Mark Black and not somebody in a city far away that You know what you need. And if we will permit you to achieve what you need, you'll do the best job of anybody I want to talk about right now. The business that you're a founder of right American Rex American rag? Yes. Okay. And what is that? Basically, we're entertainment retailers. Um, really all the clothing you sell all the clothes? Naturally, I saw all the clothing. I'm yes. Uh, basically, basically for many, many years were harbingers of retail. We do things far in advance of the rest of the market and long ago. Oh, I decided that I didn't want to. I didn't like shopping. And if I went to Ah, store I wanted it to be fun and experience. So we do food. We do shoes. We do books. We do apparel. We do, Dan. I'm very well. We do watches jewelry. We do many, many, many things. And it's entertainment. I know that that's one of the hardest industries in business is to be in. Clearly you've been successful at it. So what's been the key to your success? I'm not about value. I'm really about an aesthetic. I'll put something that's gorgeous for $3 next to something, that's $10,000. So there's no rules. You know, a department store breaks things down by department, right? Because that's what they do, right. Um, I wouldn't mind selling, you know, Ah, washing machine that was phenomenal. Next to a blow dryer next to a fantastic watch on and you know if they were all black and they, you know, aesthetically, we're pleasing and then I'd put a put a book in front of them on on black automobiles. How did you come up with this philosophy is definitely different and unique than a lot of people out there. I'm not a retailer by family or by its by accident, so I didn't know the rules. So and and I have very simple business philosophy. I seek pleasure and avoid pain and loss is their painful and profits are great pleasure. So, so, basically whatever works, that's what I do, and I really don't you know, I don't have like a you know, a guidebook of how to do this. You've obviously got some sort of a background of human psychology of study. Tony Robbins is the biggest thing he teaches. His humans are driven by two needs. They need to avoid pain in the need to gain pleasure or the combination of the two And so people statistically from research based science have shown that people from the psychology background are 500% more driven and motivated to avoid pain than they are to gain pleasure. And so you can see advertises tapping into this all of the time. Our need to avoid pain. You say that you're more motivated by gaining pleasure. And, of course, right. It's a combination of the two we all are. But my question is. How did you develop or recondition yourself to focus Maura on gaining pleasure than the need to avoid pain? Well, I'm Actually a product's guy. So if products turned me on, so I love to see anything that's done perfectly beautifully, and that someone went to aesthetics, right aesthetics right that someone went the extra mile to make it perfect because most people don't want to make things perfect. So if you're gonna make something perfect, I think I can recognize that And I love I love that sort of thing. So to me, it's like having a sailboat. You know, like we have a beautiful sailboat and so windy day that sailboat actually going to go, so I always thought to have You know the most the best selection on planet Earth, take the time to do it and that I never had to worry about pain. So playing devil's advocate with you here, and I think that some people The idea that you're creating something perfect. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, period. So so oh, you know, I trust my instincts and my judgment. I find out everything I can about the products that I sell, and I want to determine the product that I sell is the best product. So you know, I take the time to do that. So somebody like yourself with all your business experience and wisdom. If you could take all that back into the past with you, but you lost all your relationships, all your connections. All you have is the knowledge that you have within your head right now. But yet to start completely over, you have nothing except for your wisdom. But you've got a laptop with Internet connection in $500 how to get started one, I said, I think I think that there's a prerequisite that that you can't have fear. And so you could have no fear to fail because there is no failure because failure is part of success. So you just have what's called G U T S That's guts. On D just freak and go for it. And if you have confidence in yourself, you'll figure it out. I don't mind wallowing around in the mud and getting dirty because I know that by doing that I'll find the way so it's just Ah, feeling of self confidence started the same industry that you've been in with your knowledge, and that is what you're going to a new space. Right now. I'm working on a new concept called Faster May And it's zee involved with the minimum wage laws, which I find absolutely absurd. But anyway, um s o You know, like 40% of the restaurant industry will close or go, go, go Busto with the minimum wage, So I'm in the process of making very beautiful foods in a restaurant environment on paper plates and plastic and with no service and everything on an iPad, So I've just taken out all the all the waiters. And in that out of the equation, what you guys in for marketing. How do you guys How do you get American ragout? They're the most important. I've taken all sorts of surveys. The most important marketing tool that we have is word of mouth and satisfies customers. They are our greatest sales people, so we way we try and make every experience one experience at the time of valuable experience of valuable.

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Lawmakers Continue Police Reform Negotiations

NEWS 88.7 Programming

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Lawmakers Continue Police Reform Negotiations

"May of last year, lawmakers in every state and the District of Columbia have introduced more than 3000 police reform bills. The National Conference of State Legislatures reports. That's double the number introduced in 2017. Theo U. S Department of Justice is investigating the Minneapolis police and other departments. And brought civil rights charges against Derrick Show. Vin and the other former officers involved in George Floyd's burger Cities and school districts have responded to Minneapolis public schools, joined districts across the country and cutting ties with police. And Minneapolis City Council members made headlines when they promised to defund the police. That's provocative shorthand for rerouting public safety dollars to social services that can reduce crime. And it's also something we have really heard from the general public. I asked my colleague, Minnesota public radio reporter Brandt Williams when he knew something was different. Well, I guess Anjo like many people, when I first saw that bystander video Usually there is a situation between a police officer and somebody there's a officer makes a split second decision where they fire a weapon. It's over in a second, but this happened Over nine minutes. We heard George Floyd pleading for his life, and we saw the reaction of the officer Derrick Show Vin, just not changing his expression, and he kept the pressure on. So I think that's when I knew as a boy, You know, it's gonna be really hard for this just to be pushed under the rug or just kind of forgotten about. During the next news cycle. And Brant the response from city officials that was swift as as well different than than what we've seen in the past, starting with the quick firing of officer direct Children. Right that that was different. I mean, usually there's got to be an investigation or there has to be due diligence done here before we make any disciplinary decisions. But this was the next day chief Mid Air. Arredondo came right out and said that this officer is no longer A member of the Minneapolis Police Department, and he fired the other three officers involved as well.

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Global Cruise Trips Return With Some Mandating Fully-Vaccinated Passengers

Seattle's Morning News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Global Cruise Trips Return With Some Mandating Fully-Vaccinated Passengers

"Chips are on the move in Europe, as we hear from Elizabeth Palmer in England. When the Iona sailed into Southampton two weeks ago, she made quite the splash. 5000 passengers will board later this summer for her maiden cruise to Scotland with captain Wesley Dunlop in command. How lucky am I to be at the helm for it? I cannot wait. Challenging that optimism are the floating nightmares from last spring. Remember the San damn turned away from country after country with a deadly covert outbreak on board? Or the 2.5 1000 people who spent their dream vacation in quarantine on the diamond Princess in Japan. Simon Calder is a travel writer. It's a huge PR challenge the people who are most acceptable to covet 19. Older travelers are the absolute prime demographic for the cruise industry. Theo industry is trying to build confidence aboard. One of the first British cruises of the

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Israeli Bombardment Escalates as Gaza Death Toll Rises

Todd Schnitt

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Israeli Bombardment Escalates as Gaza Death Toll Rises

"In the Middle East and the death toll for Palestinians and Israel. Eli's continues to rise. Israel launching 500 airstrikes and what it said were Hamas and Islamic Jihad. Military targets Israeli missiles leveling an apartment building in Gaza smoke soaring skyward, sources telling ABC News the building had been evacuated a drone surveying the scene to make sure people were out. Theo. Gaza Health Ministry reporting 32 dead, including 10 Children in Ashkelon, near the Gaza border. Rockets ripping open buildings. Three Israeli Women killed in central Israel 19 people wounded ABC is Chief national correspondent Matt Gutman and tell Aviv

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Afghanistan Bombing at Girls' School Kills 50

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Afghanistan Bombing at Girls' School Kills 50

"50 are now confirmed dead following a bombing outside of girls school in Afghanistan, CBS and Charlie Dagga in Kabul, even in a country that is no stranger to violence, just a horrific attack. Intentionally targeting that school, Justus. The bell rang at the end of the school day and Children came rushing out of the building. Images of the scene showed bloody textbooks, school shoes and backpacks and did the burning wreckage of the car bomb. Theo Interior Ministry told us most of the victims are schoolgirls. Authorities say the students killed were between the ages of 11 and 15.

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A Civil Rights History Lesson

In The Thick

02:14 min | 1 year ago

A Civil Rights History Lesson

"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement

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Biden Administration Expected to Push for Menthol Cigarette Ban

The Ben & Skin Show

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Administration Expected to Push for Menthol Cigarette Ban

"Ban on menthol cigarettes may be coming soon. The FDA facing a deadline tomorrow to respond to a citizen's petition from 2013, civil rights groups have argued that black Americans in particular or harmed by the industry's targeting of mental products. Washington Post reporting, The Biden administration will seek to ban mental and other flavors in mass produced cigars. Theo

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Why It's So Important To Manage Your Stress

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Why It's So Important To Manage Your Stress

"Do you control the outcome of your health and wellbeing. The first one is stressed now stress. When i think of stress i think work relationships balancing kids balancing going to the gym. Maybe you have a few side. Hustles going on financial health. You're stressed about how people are going to perceive you. Just that can be an infinite number of reasons for stress. And how do you control control. Stress stress will raise. Your home are in cortisol and cortisol homeowners increased by even up to thirty but you know thirty percent ten percent fifteen percent. Whatever it is that small increase can lead to a little white gain can lead to more warri can lead to in your body which will make sleeping hotter. It can lead to injuries or poor. Recovery can lead to white. You're white game. Theory said that it can lead to a suppressed. Immune system can lead to lack of happiness. Because you're sorry focused on stress your emotional suffer like there's a from just dress it can take control the outcome of so many other things. We need to learn how to manage stress. And one thing that i talked about. Last week's episode which was not burning out and stress is a big pot of burning out. And then that dictates your emotional hill. Theo physical health financial health. Potentially if you're running a business relationships everything so stress. My number one sort of tip would be to find something like a hobby will something you can do in your life consistently to sort of day stress.

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Your Stock Market Snapshot for Tuesday, April 6, 2021

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Your Stock Market Snapshot for Tuesday, April 6, 2021

"Insurance, A lackluster day for US stocks with the index is holding to a narrow range and finish He never so slightly lower. The Dow Jones industrial Average East 97 points. The S and P 500 slipped four and the NASDAQ composite fell seven. Higher energy prices over the first quarter of the year. Have men good news for business at BP Theo oil, Titan says also that have seen signs the industry is set for a rebound after last year's pandemic induced losses. Today. BP shares jumped

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Over 1,800 inmates escape Nigeria prison after gunmen attack

Here and Now

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Over 1,800 inmates escape Nigeria prison after gunmen attack

"Say more than 1800 inmates have escaped from a prison in the South eastern town of a wary after it was attacked by gunmen. Police accused a band separatist group, The indigenous People of Biafra of carrying out the attack. It is reportedly is it reportedly denied any involvement. Theo

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22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

Bryan Suits

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

"Mummies have been paraded across the streets of Cairo in a ceremony fit for Kings and Queens, Theo 18 kings and four queens were transported three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations in special tank like Shaq. Serving vehicles. The multi million dollar event came complete with an orchestra dancers, a massive police escort and a visit by the Egyptian president. It reignited talk on social media about the curse of the Pharaohs, which has been blamed on recent events, including a deadly train wreck a month ago and the ship that blocked the Suez Canal for more than a week. Egyptian officials say there is nothing to the curse and the transport went off without a hitch. Amy

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U.S. and Iran say they'll open indirect nuclear talks

Garden Show

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. and Iran say they'll open indirect nuclear talks

"Theo US said Iran or planning to hold in direct talks with other major world powers, aiming to get both countries back into the accord limiting Iran's nuclear program. This is a welcome On potentially constructive early step nearly three years after President Trump pulled the US out of the Iran nuclear deal the new administration is making good on President Biden's promised to get back in negotiations is set to start Tuesday in Vienna through the other world powers remaining in the

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United Airlines hiring hundreds of pilots next month

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

United Airlines hiring hundreds of pilots next month

"Picking up United Airlines is apparently going more optimistic about business. Theo carrier today told its staff will soon begin hiring hundreds of pilots. That's according to CNBC, which cites an internal email at the Chicago based airline. Domestic airlines lost a total of $35 billion last year. But they expect a steady rise in bookings as more of the public gets Cove in 19 vaccinations and feels more comfortable about flying. That's your money now. Money News on Co. Mo A

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Seattle Mariners open the 2021 season

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Seattle Mariners open the 2021 season

"At T Mobile Park fans will be back into the stands and our Mariners insider Shannon Dreyer is here. Theo, tell us what we could expect the season first, You must be pretty excited to see the fans back. Oh, yeah, It's absolutely thrilled to get to see people come into the ballpark, and I really didn't know until they weren't there. Just the impact that they have and the energy that they bring to a stadium and then just, you know the idea that this is really the first kind of mass live event in Seattle. Since the end of March last year. Ah, a lot of excitement surrounding all of this. This should be the year where all the agony of the previous years is finally behind us, and the team can start to sing. Yeah, you hope so, you know, Unfortunately, under the original plan, that's absolutely would have been that year. But last year season, which was to be a developmental season, the opportunity Get the young players. We all full season in the big leagues and get their legs under them turned out to be just two months. So you know, I I don't know how much they can accelerate through this year and by the end point to be where they hope to be. It's you've got to be realistic and realized how much was lost last year. But being down in spring training for three weeks, they think the imagination does start to wander a little bit because we saw some great performances from not only the young stars they're going to start the season with the big league squad, but the ones that are kind of come come up during the year. So, Yeah, I think that at the very least, I think this team should finish very strongly. And I think people should have a good feeling about it. That the group that they put together as the potential to be something special. I think I'm very out of touch with the

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